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A SACRED CANTATA Presenlation at Geraldton "OLIVET TO CALVARY" [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 30 March 1948

A SACRED CANTATA ? ♦ ? — Presentation at Geraldton 'OLIVET TO CALVARY' In the Ceraldton Town Hall on Fri day niuhi List, the -:-ialdtoii Music Lovers present. 'd to a large audience a sacred uauta'.a. 'Olivet to Calvary.' In an introductory address tho conduc tor (Rev. I-', liar!) explained Jhat the cantata was based on the (lospel ami was arranged so as not to conflict with .-:!;-? religions opinions. He read several verses fn in tin- lllth chapter of the c^sj.el »;f Si. .lolm i-- give those present an id- ad -f the background of the can tata which recalled some of the ii.'ideMis in the last days of Hie Savioin-'s life on earth. The words of t lie plav were written and arranged by . Sliapcnir Wensley and the. music by*. I. M. Maunder. .Mrs. Ali--.- Cope capably ?Jided as ;]ccotnp;(niste ;md Ihe {M'iil cipal vocalists were Trevor Davey (I eu.ii- 1. Albert: Trant (bass), Mary i:-avies (soprano) and' Kat hlecii Knight (cnniraltn). The cantata was presented in two parts of four and six...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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CYCLING Easter Cup to I. McKiliop A WHIRLWIND FINISH [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 30 March 1948

CYCLING Easter Cup to I. McKiliop A WHIRLWIND FINISH Riding with synchronised ability and judgment in tlie. Easter ('up -mi £ii!; day last. I. MrKillop gained l'ur him self the honors «.f 'ace' rider of iii-: Gei'iildlon Cycle Club by riding a jxi I'ect race 1'roni the scratch mark stylishly to win this )»i^ even:. 'J In: , race was conducted over a course -il' six miles oil WillcocU I »ri\ :? ami ti:»' linish was of a most exciting u.iiiiiv with a dozen riders enici inp ilu straight ;it a whirhViud ,');;?? c. ,-ux! v.i;«-ii fifty yards Irom the linisniiig line i:;,- ; Held was so tightly pa.-iird tot:;1! in-;- i that thy ra.-e could have ivsulted iii victory for any one oi ilu-sf riders. However, within less than iwcmy yard j --i liie .indues it appeared ;-s though W. ; O'Brien would Win I'rotu 11. Mn 'jiu.fi ! and B. Dunne, but. :ti this si;i.l' !.; McKiliop shot through in greas styli, to snatch Jirsl platv. \ Early in the event, after tin* rider: , had more or les.s settled down...

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Easter Tennis Tournament Championship and Handicap Events COMPLETE DETAILS OF THE PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 30 March 1948

Easter Tennis Tournament Championship and Handicap Events COMPLETE DETAILS OF THE PLAY The Annual Easter Tournament of the Geraldton and Districts Tennis Associa tion opened on Friday of last week and reached the cenriuding stages to-day. A record entry was received, and in all over three hundred matches were set down for decision during the long holiday week-Old. I^arge attendances patronised ti~e fixture each day and a crowd officially estimated at seven hund vei, witnessed the final of the men's championship singles yesterday afternoon, when K. Cox (Mt. I^awley) defeated D. N. Roue (Geraidton). Practically all the courts in the town were pressed into service to provide for the number cf games which had to be played in the opening stages of the tournament. The. weatJier was in variable mood throughout the tournament, and although tl-e rain held oft' durinj? the l.ours of iilsiy conditions, were at tiuit's ??xceedin^ly distressing to lioth players and onlooker:;. -*n i-'riday morni...

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"CHRIST IS RISEN" Lesson of the Resurrection FEAR AND FAITH [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 30 March 1948

'CHRIST IS RISEN' Lesson of the Resurrection FEAR AND FAITH (By 'Quo Vadis'j 'Why are you so fearfuiV li«nv is ii. that, ye have iiu faith:' Those words of Our Lord's, which we find in the Fourth Chapter --t' St. Mark's Gusiiel, are most applicable to the present time. Men and women are full ot apprehension as to what the fiuure may hold, yet transcending all our anxiety is the wonderful im-i iliat ?u\^-iiiive jusr been celebrating Clinsr'.s resurrection from the grave, and we know that He is alive for evermore. There are those wim say ihm they d-» not believe in the resurrection, yet the proof is so absolute that surely any one wli-» studies the his;«»ry of Chris tianity can have no nion- doubts. We kiurtv the dirfillusionnient of the dis ciples when on Good Friday their Mas ter was crucified, they had lost hope and were in no mood to preach to every nation of the Lord whom they had lovea and apparently lost, yet mmethin? happened t-- change the whole outlook of those men. somethin...

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Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C Meeting WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY BROOKTON HANDICAP (Maiden three and four-year-olds) [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 30 March 1948

Metropolitan Racing WAT.C. Meeting WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY BROOKTON HANDICAP (Maiden three aud four-year-olds) Six furlongs His Double - « 0 Agrileta ? S 4 Juyland ? 9 «- Lady Peith - S 4 Gay Gossip - S 13 Agriora - - - S 3 Wilmare ? 8 13 Kiuihi Lady S 1 Drawbridge - S 13 San Iuella - 8 1 Chinki ? S 12 Free Monk - S 1 Karrawingi - S 11 Kpinard ? S 0 Bright Shine S i) Botanical --SO L. Dainty - - S S Gay Cleo --SO - oogilla ? S 8 Epic tHane^'S '-?«?? Tania ? 8 8 Rosefeiiry »-;:-r7l{13' lolyact ? 8 6 Comet Vale '-t' 13' Spring Folly 8 G Leave 'P:; -' -''? ill' F. Blossom - S -» Tadzik - -' -'- 7 *0' Hajigalla - - 8 G Rhy. Girl - - 7 10 Miss Miling - S -» L. Noelene - 7 10 Fairy Fit. - - 8 o Swift's Ch. - 7 7 K. Decree - - 8 4 NATURALISTE HANDICAP I (Two-year-olds) I Six furlongs Melton Lad - i) 7 Mechanic - - 7 i- Dhotette ? 9 1 Royal Fleet. - 7 5 Barlowerie - 8 13 Del Fuego - - 7 o Governess — 8 11 Gayl Pierette 7 5 San Gey - - S 13 Dual Legend 7 3 Jollair ? 8 7 Chanting - - 7 3 Dawn Mi...

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Volunteer Fire Brigades Demonstration BASSENDEAN WINS THE CHAMPIONSHIP COMPLETE DETAILS OF EVENTS LADDER STRAIGHT (One Man) (Last Year's Winners, Bassendean; time, 6 7-10 sees.) [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 30 March 1948

Volunteer Fire Brigades Demonstration BASSENDEAN WINS THE CHAMPIONSHIP COMPLETE DETAILS OF EVENTS LADDER STRAIGHT (One Man) (Last Year's Winners, Bassendean; ? time, G 7-10 sees.) First Draw — Leonora beat Soutii Kalgoorlie, time 8 9-10 sees. ; Cue beat Aleekathaira, 6 9-10 sees; Midland Junction beat Toodyay, 7 5-10 sees; Bassendean beat ilerredin, 7 2-10 sees. ; Lake View and Star drew with Guild ford, 7 5-10 sees ; Norseman beat Moora 7 --l() sees.; Northaru beat Collie 7 sees. ; Busselton beat Coolgardie, 7 5-10 sees.; Kellerberrin beat Narrogin, 7 8-10 sees. ; North Kalgoorlie beat York, j 7 sees.; Trafalgar beat Geraldton, 7 9-10 sees. ; Albany beat Canning, 7 4-10 sees.; Katanning beat Wagic, 7 4-10 sees. Second Draw— Katanning beat Leon ora, 7 5-10 sees. ; Guildford beat North Kalgoorlie, 7 2-10 sees. ; Trafalgar beat I Coolgardie, 7 1-10 sees.; Kellerberrin beat Wagin, 7 8-10 sees. ; Busselton heat Merredin, 8 2-10 sees. ; Bassendean beat Northam, 7 5-10 sees.; Meekatharra ...

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AMUSEMENTS Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 30 March 1948

AMUSEMENTS ? ♦ ? Current Attractions \ REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES There was a large and appreciative j audience ;ir rhe Radio Theatre last j night tor the presentation of a special j holiday bill, which will be related j tiwiiglit (Tuesday) and again to-morrow . (Wednesday! night. The complete programme is as follows: — (1) — Universal Newsreel. j y2) — 'The Bride Wore Boots' (Bar- j bant Stanwyck. Robert Cum- 1 inings, Diana Lyn and Patnc I Knowles ) . (3) — Brevity. (4) — -The Bad Basconib' (Wallace \ Beery, Margaret O'Brien, Mar- j jorie Main aud .1. Carrol Naish). ? 'The Bad Basconib' j Not since the early Wallace Ueery ?Tackie Cooper days has such a delightful team been seen as that presented iu the new outlaw drama entitled 'The Bad Basconib,' which will be screened to-night (Tuesday) and again tomor row (Wednesday) night with Wallace Beery and Margaret O'Brien in the i loading roles. Both the veteran Itwry j and the tiny child actress have tailor- j made roles in this compelling st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 30 March 1948

TO-NIGHT ? AND ? WEDNESDAY J I You'll Icve them together— Beery, the crawlin', itlastin' kUIer— O'Brien, the Jj minx of covered wagon days! ^ WALLACE BKKKY AM) MARGARET O'BRIEN IN £ 'The Bad Bascomb' \ (FOR GENERAL EXHIBITION) £ His name ai:d fame spelied terror in a west that flamed with violence! «J AI^SO UNIVERSAL NEWSREEL, BREVITY AND Jji ! 'iiierfc's something new in triangles! A bride, a groom? and a romantic ^ liarse ! For a race with love on the. bridal path see — 5 'THE BRIDE WORE BOOTS' \ (FOR GENERAL EXHIBITION) 5 STARRING BARBARA STANWYCK AND ROBERT CUMMINGS I' THURSDAY VI, 1/H. 1/3. CHILDREN, 1/3 and 6d. THURSDAY ?! [ RcmaiH-e at its riotous best! Tin Pan Alley — Where love songs: are born Ji sives birth to a real story! . ?[ Ellen Drew in 'SING WHILE YOU DANCE' ji (FOR GENERAL EXHIBITION) \\ ALSO NEWSREEL, FIRST INSTALMENT OF THE NEW SERIAL || [ 'SECRET AGENT X9' AND j! ? A double star combination to double up bandits with bullets! ij i Bill Elliott in 'LONE STAR VIGIL...

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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 30 March 1948

People on the Move ? ♦ ? ?- Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD The following are the passengers who travelled by the bus of the Mid land Railway Company between Perth and Geraldton during the past two days : — Perth to Geraldton ( Monday) — Messrs. R. McGuiness. J. Cuauncey, C. Loveland, R. Clarkson, H. Waldeek, A. Davels, L. Iverson, Evans, N. Brown, J. Davey, Coverley, Daws, J. M. Culler ton, B. Rutter, G. Henderson, Mes duiues S. Brittain, M. Plant, J. Mar mion, J. Colls, C. Loveland, R. Clark son, C. Bamford, J. McGilp, Campbell, Pierce, Grosvenor, J. M. Cullerton, Misses A. Williams, P. Chauneey, Haig, Wilson. Pitman, E. Corlett and Sister Brunsell. Geraldton to Perth (Tuesday) — Messrs. A. W. Doyle, W. J. Potts, P. Haydock, J. Deniert, L.' Ruediger, R. Hancock, W. Stokes, F. Faulkner, W. J. Reynolds, H. Beason, A. George, Par frey. A. O'Grady, Mesdames A. W. Doyle, G. Bone, L. Ruediger, J. L. Col gate, E. M. Barber, A. Milo, Naughton, V. Kelsall, Misses Bodycoat, Willi...

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Inspecting Officer's Finale OFFICIAL VISITORS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 30 March 1948

Inspecting Officer's Finale OFFICIAL VISITORS ? t Official visitors to the demonstration { journeyed from many parts of the , State and included, in addition to rep- i resontatives of tire brigades, men pro- ; minsnt in all walks of life. On Satur- j day the State Government was repre- j sented by the Chief Secretary and '? Minister Controlling Fire Brigades (Hon. H. S. W. Parker) and the Minis- i t:*r for Lands (Hon. L. Thorn), whilst ! ether members of the State Parliament to witness the demonstration were the ! Hons. L. A. Logan and H. A. C. Daffen, I M.sL.C. The Mayor (Dr. J. McAleer) j and members of the Geraldton Muni- j cipal Council were ihe guests of the committee during the fixture. | The Western Australian Fire ! Brigades Board was represented by the j president (Mr. H. It. Irvine), who i incideutly was present in this capacity ' for the first time, and Messrs. R. A. J McDonald, J. H. Prunster, of York, A. j J.-Ufevell, L. K. Cary, E. Scahill, who j ravelled from ('colgar...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 30 March 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths IN MEMORIAM O'BRIEN — In sad but loving memory of our dear dad and grandfather, who departed this life on March 27th, 1945. Ever Remembered. — Inserted by Nellie and Joe O'Brien and grandchildren (Harold, Margaret, John and Clive).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

I Not 10 Yards--But 1000 Yards ? OF ? I; ... NEW AMERICAN ,.. | Floral Cottons ) Lovely Designs-Small Patterns- All Shades-and Really j; Marvellous Value at this Low Price ;i / ' ' ji 36 inches wide - per yard - Two coupons :| ? I: \ NOW OBTAINABLE AT \\ Telephone 116 - GERALDTON - Telephone 116 || HANDKERCHIEFS CELLULAR SHIRTS TENNIS SOX jj Men's Colored Border Lawn Men's White Cellular Shirts, Men's White Cotton Bond's j; Hanks, superior quality superfine quality Sox, all sizes ',' 21- 12/- 2/10 \ FLANNELS mn\A« AlAiLn RAYON SATIN I Men's Mid-Grey All I ft III ft I I iSlllR ^^t ttV' I Wool Flannels 1 UUlU VlUUlO green, blacked blue .; r- I A wrrH STRIPED BORDERS 2/7 I j O/^r (Size 54x54) (Two Coupons) i| t ELASTIC ? CURTAIN NET jl All Widths from i-inch 20 ? 0NLY ? 20 Rain Weave in biscuit I to I finch from BE EARLY TO AVOID shade- ~h |i 3J^ DISAPPOINTMENT 3/2 * per yard . © Peryard jj BATH MATS m /« WINCEYETTE ru i r fK m h £ I ^ Extla Good Quailty i; j Oiemle Bath Mats, M S '^ p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Genuine Clearing Sale AT YUNA (On the proiierty, two miles n«ir(h of Yunu Siding) Tuesday, April 6th, 1948 at 1 p.m. sharp Westralian Farmers Co-Op. Limited fjAVK lieen favoured with instruc j tions from Mr. line iAninld to offer ^ public auction : — ! 900 ? SHEEP ? 900 00 Merino Kwes. 4-t-K?th. ti- tooth and .sound mouth, mated. 50 Ewes. L'-tooth ;md 4-tooth, mated SX) Ewes, aged, mated 00 Mixed Sex Wea tiers 52 Wethers, 2-tooth, 4-tooth and ---tooth 8 LHmgaree Hams, 4-tooth, O-tooth and full nioutli. Hie above sheep are bred on sound' tungaree lines, September shorn, big rames and excellent condition. 3 ? CATTLE ? 3 1 Milch Cow, second calf 1 Jersey Heifer $ ' 1 Fat Cow . ' j MACHINERY ' ~ 0-disc Ktiudet*-Seeder (good order) : O-ft. A. I.. Sunshine Harvester (per pct order) : «-fr. Massey' Harris Iteap r and Kinder (good order) ; 10 isc ? Gaston Plow I fair order): 7-tyne Caston 'Scarifier (pood rder) : lli-run l.H.C. Combine -per- ect order) : 22-run Massey Harris Disc )rill fgoo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Good for Sore Throats Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

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Costa Rican Rebels Bomb Dropped on Capital A THREAT OF MORE San Jose, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Costa Rican Rebels Bomb Dropped ©n Capital A THREAT OF MORE San Jose, March 3i. ! Costa liican rebel forces bmubsd San Jose to-day for tbe first time in their tight with the Government* A single bomb was dropped *rom an American D.C.3 transport captured from the I'nited States Airlines Company. As well as the bomb 1,000 leaflets were dropped promising further attacks on the home of Ouuuiuuism. Wiiiiesseg said the bomb hit a wing of the Presidential Palace, caused a tire aud showered surrounding houses with fragments. No one was hurt. The leaflets said that further bomb ing would be confined to military objec tives and claimed that the Government Air Force was bombing civilians daily in San Isidro, where the rebels had claimed a victory.

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PERTH MEAT PRICES Wholesale Butchers' Plight RELIEF SOUGHT Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

PERTH MEAT PRICES Wholesale Butchers* Plight RELIEF SOUGHT Perth, This Afternoon. Wholesale butchers were losing Id. per lb. on beef and mutton and up to. .'Hd- per lb on lamb, the president of the Livestock Buyers' Association (Mr. P. S. Chandler; said to-day. Livestock prices forced wholesale butchers to pay well above the ceiling prices fixed for slaughtered meat and there seemed no chance of getting them down. He said: — ''Lambs are costing up to 1/2 per lb. after allowing for skin values and meeting handling costs and we ci«n only get lOjfd. per lb. under the price fixing regulations. Wethers are up to 7U1. per lb. (ceiling price old.), ewes io Oid. (ceiling 'id.) and beef 7id. (ceiling 0UI.). We are making every endeavour to keep the public supplied while waiting for some relief. We are hoping for some results from a recent meeting between retailers and the Min ister for Agriculture (Hon. G. B. Wood) and also from negotiations now going on in the Eastern States.' * Tbe chairma...

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CYCLING Handicaps for Sunday Next INTERESTING PROSPECTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

CYCLING Handicaps for Sunday Next INTERESTING PROSPECTS Next Sunday's senior race of the Ger aldton Cycle Club will !-e conducted over the six-mile course of the Easter Cup won by I. McKillop, and supporters of cycling are anticipating yet another Jieen finish on rhis occasion. McKiJ lop's success has left him on an extremely hard mark and if the early pace is fast he will find difficulty in catching W. O'Brien and R. McCagh, who HI led the places in last week's event. Racing will commence at 10.30 a.m. sharp when the junior riders will try conclusions over a three miles course- The handicaps for the two events are as under : — Seniors — I. McKHlop, ser. ; It. M-Cagh, 10 sees.: R. MeAuIiffe, 13 sees. : B. Dunne. 40 sees. : R. Manuel's j and W. O'Brien. -TO sees.; Me MeAuIiffe j and It. McKillop. 60 sees. ; G. Allender and R. Tel for, 70 se:s. : D. Sharpe, SO sees. ; L. Marsh and P. White, 90 sees. : J. Fitzgerald, C. MeAuIiffe, J. Baekshall and R. Coote, 100 sees. Juniors^ — N. Batc...

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Palestine Explosion ARAB TRAIN BLOWN UP Forty Killed; Sixty Injured A CONVOY ATTACKED Jerusalem, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Palestine Explosion ARAB TRAIN BLOWN UP Forty Killed; Sixty Injured A CONVOY ATTACKED Jerusalem, April 1. *orty were killed and sixty injured when the Cairo-Haifa train was blown up by a land mine j-esterday. The casualties were mostly Arabs, believed to have been members of the Arab Liberation Army. Jewish sources say -hat the Stern ga-ig was responsible. Forty British so£»liers were on the train, but none is believed to have been injured. The explosion separated the engine from the rest of the train and pushed it one hundred yards along the track. Uninjured passengers helped res cuers carry dead and injured from the shattered pieces and laid them along side the track. Several hundred Arabs attacked a Jewish convoy from Tel Aviv, which was attempting to take food to Jerusa lem. The Arabs claimed they surround ed the convoy and killed many Jews.

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Trains from Berlin Soviet Announcement Ignored AMERICAN PRECAUTION Berlin, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Trains from Berlin Soviet Announcement Ignored AMERICAN PRECAUTION Berlin, April 1. Despite a Russian announcement that the Soviet would regulate road aud rail traffic between Berlin and the Western Zones, both P.ritish and United States military trains left Uerliu on normal schedule yesterday. The guard on the United States train — usually iiitee:; men — was doubled Several of the guards, who usually carry only truncheons and revolvers, were armed with sub-machine guns and carbines. The guards on the British Train, a sergeant and six men, were not reinforced, but they were ordered to resist, by force if necessary, anyone trying to board it. The American train, bound for I- 'Tankfurt. passed the Soviet zonal frontier without incident and on .schedule. The British train was not due at Helmstedt on tbe border of tbe ! British zone until later. '

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