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ROVERS VERSUS AUSTRLS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

KOVKKS VEKSl'S Al'STRALS With :i leail of 5:^ runs on the first day's play a week previously. Rovers commenced their se«.-ond innings when play was resumcil in tiu» match against A list ra Is at ih«' -I*'nildtou Recreation | -;r-»mi*l on Sunday last. Syun-n«ls aii-J i Ch.iinWrlain were the opening pair, ami although both gave chances, they r-Muaiue*l together in a luirtuership that yielded !W runs made in ninety minutes. Although Syrnonds ma-le more than twice the number of runs (75) than his partner Chamberlain (30). he was the first player to lose his wicker, being bowled by J. Pickering. M. J-irdan batted well to make 24 runs, the only other batsman to reach double figures being K. W. Dunn (10). aud the side was all out for 102 runs. Tbe best bowling average for Australs was achieved by N. O'Malley. who took three wickets for 31 runs. The result of the game was decided when Australs commenced their second innings at about 4.30 p.m.. faced wit II the foriuid; able task of compilin...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

PERSONAL 'Mr. I-. Johnson, local manager for Luckes Limited, returned, to Geraldton during the week-end from a brief holi day spent at Dongara Beach in com pany with his wife aud two children =5 * * C * Mr. Arthur Green, a former citizen of the town now residing at Basseu dcan, lias siwut the past few days in the district and intends returning to the city by to-night's train. * * # * » Mr. F. R. Phillips, of Mullewa, who has been an inmate of the St. John of God Hospital for the past few days, was discharged from that institution during the week-end and returned to Mullewa yesterday morning. * * * ? w Mrs. C. J. Sweett, of Marine Ter race, left Geraldton by air ou Sunday last on the first stage of a holiday visit to Sydney. Ou the return journey Mrs. Sweeit will spend three weeks in Adelaide with her parents. Mr. K. Simins, who is attached to the staff of the Bank of New South Wales at Northam, is at present spending a holiday in Geraldtou in company with his wife and is staying wit...

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CRICKET Geraldton Premiership Games CENTURY TO R. KEEGAN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

CRICKET ? ^ Geraldton Premiership Games CENTURY .TO R. KEEGAN 'I'lay in tlie (^raldtou Cricket Asso ciation's premiership competition matches between Towns and Railways at Queen's Park and Austral* au-l Rovers at tin* (ieraldtoii Uecreutioii (irouiul was concludcH -;n Sunday last when Towns and R-wei*s each achieve' I a first trinities victory. In the match at Qut*eu's Park. Towns continued their first innings, commenced the previou-? Sunday, to allow a member of their teaui ill. Keegaii. !-3 not out-, th»? opjKirtuuity of scoring a century before declaring the iuuiugs closed.

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Broadcasting Staff Big Singapore Reductions MORE RELAYS PLANNED Singapore, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

Broadcasting Staff ? ♦ ? Big Singapore Reductions MORE RELAYS PLANNED Singapore, January 13. The British Broadcasting Commis sion and the Foreign Ollice have decided to cut expenditure on broad casting iu the Far East. More than half the news, administrative and pro gramma staffs of the Far Eastern broadcasting services in Singapore were given notice yesterday of termina tion of employment or transfer back to the B.B.C. The hours of transmission will be practically unaffected, but more relays from the B.B.C. and -B.B.C. recordings will be used instead of programmes ? of local origin. Transmissions will be adjusted to eliminate overlapping between the B.B.C. Far Eastern broad casting and other empire stations, presumably including Radio Australia, to ensure continuous British broadcast ing to Far Eastern countries. Plans for the erection of a new high powered transmitter in Singapore are not affected. It is expected to be com pleted within two years.

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SUNRISE AND SUNSET FIGURES FOR JANUARY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

- SUNRISE AND SUNSET ? :_^p. ? FIGURES FOR JANUARY Day Rise Set Day Rise Set l r».2-; 7.2:» i 17 r».3-) 7.25 ?1 5.20 7.Ur» ! IS 5.31) 7.24 3 H.27 7.-J-I j U) r..4O 7.24 4 5.27 7.25 I 20 5.41 7.24 5 5.2S 7.2«j j 21 H.42 7.24 G 5.21) 7.2G | 22 5.42 7.23 7 5.30 7.2G j 23 5.43 7.23 S 5.31 7.2G | 24 5.44 7.22 {- 5.31 7.2G j 25 5.45 7.22 10 5.32 7.2G j 20 5.4«*. 7.22 11 5.33 7.2G | 27 5.47 7.22 12 5.34 7.25 j 2S 5.4S 7.21 13 5.35 7.25 j 29 5.4!) 7.21 14 5.30 7.25 I 30 5.50 7.21 15 5.37 7.25 J 31 5.51 7.20 1C 5.3S 7.23 i

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PHASES OF THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

PHASES OF THE MOON Last Quarter. .January 3rd: New Moon. January 11th : First Quarter, January 19th ; Full Moon, January 2Gth.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

STOMACH UPSETS De Witt's Antacid Powder is so quick j acting that one dose is usually enough to relieve an upset stomach. Firstly, it neutralises excess gastric acidity. This relieves the pain and dis tress you feel after eating. Then, it soothes and settles the stomach. Consequendy your next meal does not mean further trouble. j Finally, it protects the inflamed stomach | lining and thus helps Mother Nature, the j greatest of all healers, to put things right | So, if a sour, upset stomach is putting j you off food, it's time you got De Witt's J Antacid Powder from your chemist. ' Vebfitts ,jm\ ANTACID POWDER ij \ \ For Indigestion. Acid Stomach. jg£?; | '? Heartburn. *5iFlatulence and i^ | j Gastritis. Large canister. 2/6. * TB \ Primed by .Tam»^vOT-ej| of-*£5 ? F i t zger a 1 « I fVo&\yfrflf2&*™ l lje ! irnpn-tors/^(*ijrungp'*'Ne\vspapers [ Limited, aWfiilffdKui Buildings. 125 j Marine Toar&P, Geraldton, Western ' Xustraliar/ jj THE 'MURRAY' BEDROOM SUITE \...

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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD The following art* Hie passenjnTs win* travelled by the bus of the Mid land Railway Cuiupany between 1'errh aud (Jeraldton duriiiir rhe past few days : — Perth to Geialdton (Saturday)— Messrs. A. Marsh, N. Cutliberrsoii*. I-\ O'Connor, W. Shearer. Hadden, U. Webb, Rogers, Dempston, Dempston, J. R. Oliver, R. Withers, R. Molster, E. I*. Lous, Payne, G. Lindon aud Captain Xevile, Mesdames R. Webb. R. n. Nevile, MuJwue. R. W. Vincent, K. Pasroe, Monrombe. Melviu ami I'ayne. Misses E. A. Daley, F. Munshie. P. Warner. M. Isbel. N. P. Crunn^id .iikI Melvin. Masters Mor--oinbe. Moreoiube. O. Isbel and W. Tin-key. Geraldton to Perth (Monday) — Messrs. K. Ever.shed. L-. Kiwmatt,' G. Prunster, A. M. Antill. A. Hennessy. Lonjr, A. Austin. E. Ansrin. E. J. Olsen. A. Rutson, MiKhell. Gladstone ami Jeukiiison, Mesdaiues G. Prunster, A. M. Antill, M. Dennison, M. Conway, W. Hanson. I. W. Davey, IJ. Mooney, A. Cosjmive, E. Lai]de.rba--k....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Miscellaneous — All adver tisements under this heading are charged at 7d. per lino with mini mum of l!/-. Wedding Iieports and Ljsfs uf presents, 'A/- per hi. Funeral Keports and Lists of Wreaths, 3/- per in. Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to - ? — Lino Birth Notices — Miuinium (?', lines). 3/-5- Deaths, Marriaires, Fun eral and .Meuioriaui Notices — Minimum (5 linos). 3/-s. Lender Page, or other Paragraphs under read ing matter. Td. per line

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Volunteers for Mines London Recruiting Drive FOREIGN WORKERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

Volunteers for Mines London Recruiting Drive FOREIGN WORKERS A thousand men have volunteered to work in Britain's coal mines as a result of a recent recruiting drive iu the Lon don area. They come from all kinds of trades and occupations and include a large percentage of ex-servicemen with mechanical experience. All have gone to pits in different parts of the country for training. Tim noninnirm xrOC rt/trwill/ira/l llV til A National Coal Board and took the form of film shows and lectures on mining from a cinema van which toured cen tral and suburban London. But them Is still a steady falling off in British manpower in the pits. Since last July there has been a net decline of more than 4,000 due largely to the release of the 'Bevin Boys' (wartime mining con scripts) who far outnumber the recruits. Without additions from foreign labor It will be impossible to reach the coal industry's 1947 manpower target of 730,000. With this in view the total labor force is to be increased by 30,00...

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BOWLS Activities on Local Green CLUB PENNANT GAMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

BOWLS ? * ? Activities on Local Green CLUB PENNANT GAMES Another series of games in the pen nant competition of the Geraldton Bowling Club was played on the local green on Saturday last,- and again the 'Blues' were victorious, thus making six wins against two by 'Gold.' Weather conditions were pleasantly warm, but the green generally was in a somewhat bumpy condition, which fact made accurate bowling extremely difficult. On one of the rinks Wheat ('Blue') and P. Gibson ('Gold') played a draw, but in all other instances the latter faction was defeated to give 'Blue' a further vic tory with a margin of twenty points. The teams and scores were as fol lows : — G. B. W. Ward, T. Askew, P. Stone and P. Gibson (capt.) .. 19 H. Crabbe, B. Bishop, T. Hicks and A. Wheat (capt.) .. 19} i J. Margetic, K. McDonald, S. I Wilton and J. Butler ! (capt.) ? 23 j F. Cardllini, T. Prior, J. j Northover and J. Currie (capt.) ? 29 J. Walters, F. Morris, E. Gee and A. Anderson (capt.) 20 F. Bennetts, K. H...

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS The following passengers travelled to and from'tieraldton by the air ser vice of the MacRobertson-Miller Avia tion Company Limited duriug the past few days : — Perth to Geraldton (Sunday) — Messrs. G. Rees. W. S. Lloyd, Mes dauies, L. Swan, J. Hancock and Misses M. Hancock ;uid 31. Hancock. Geraldtou to Carnarvon (Sunday) — Mr. L. McCartney. Geraldton to Perth I Sunday) — Messrs. G. Cramer, E. Magee, H. C. Downey, G. \V. Townsend, J. Hughes, G. Cogan. (J. Boyes, T. Evans, W. Strickland, R. Young, E. Russell, M. Fisher, Street, Mesdaiues E. Millar, W. Strickland. C. J. Sweett aud Misses C. Stokes, E. Jones, E. Birch, V. O'Hal loran. M. Burton and L. Stok«s. Perth to Geraldton (Monday) — Messrs. J. Baird. II. T. Fraussen, (i. Eyres and Mrs. D. J. Fraussen. Geraldton to Perth (Monday) — Messrs. li. Guscott. G. Askew. S. John son, R. Elleishaw. E. Strang, F. Mouck, Bostock. S. B. Doughlas. K. Legge, Mes dames E. Strang. S. B. Doughlas and Miss J. Williamson. Perth ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

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European Recovery BURDENS ON AMERICANS Quest for a Durable Peace SACRIFICES NECESSARY Washington, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

European Recovery BURDENS ON AMERICANS Quest for a Durable Peace SACRIFICES NECESSARY Washington, January 12. The European recovery plan will plate burdens on the American people, but the gains will be worth the cost. The United States State Secretary (Mr. Marshall) and the Commerce Sec retary (Mr. Averell Harriman) told this to two Congress committees yes terday. Mr. Marshall said to the House Foreign Affairs Committee: — 'Europe must be irestored if .a durable peace is to be attained. The United States has expended vast resources in a quest for peace. If by the expenditure of an extra amount, small in proportion to the investment already made, we can finish the job, certainly we should do so in our own interests as well as that of the world at large.' Mr. Harriman told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee : — 'We must frankly face the fact that the European recovery programme will add to our difficulties in trying to control Inflation. A programme of the magni tude contemplated ...

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British Motor Vehicles Substantial Price Reductions GOVERNMENT'S REQUEST London, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

British Motor Vehicles ?» ? Substantial Price Reductions GOVERNMENT'S REQUEST London. January li-. The Nutlield organisation has announ ced a substantial reduction in export prices of most Morris. Wolseley and Biley cars and Morris commercial vehicles. It is impossible yet t-- say whai the cuts will be. The cuts will operate chiefly in countries where sales are otherwise diflicult. The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Stir Stafford Cripps) recently called for more competitive price:-:.

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A Firebug Suspected South-West Forest Outbreaks POLICE INVESTIGATIONS Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

A Firebug Suspected South-West Forest Outbreaks POLICE INVESTIGATIONS Perth, This Afternoon. Four early inorning fires near Nanga Brook yesterday are believed to have been the work of a firebug. Near one of the fires which had failed to get going lire fighters found portions of used mafetf sticks. The fires were sighted from the look out tower at Dwellingup, sixty-nine miles from Perth. The alarm was given before 6 a.m. and fire fighters had the blaze under control within a few hours. Early investigations suggested that the fires had been deliberately lit by a mounted horseman. Further inquiries 'leu' fire' 'fighters and police to believe that the firebug travelled in a motor car, and had stopped at least four times ''tai1 iHs^vai^ to get fires going near the rtta'dsftle.'' The police at Waroona are 'continuing inqurtes.

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Australian Audiences A Disappointed American "PREFER MEDIOCRITY" Sydney, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

Australian Audiences A 'Disappointed American 'PREFER MEDIOCRITY' ' . Sydney. January 13. 'Australia is a country where third rate singers ihink they are 'Carusos.' ' This is the opinion of the American variety comedian (Bobby Baxter). He gave it as he boarded an America* bound plane last night. ?t 'lAiisPrallan audiences are. fanny,' he lMtd. ''I 'am angry and disappointed at L't4ieJ-«-flyi !»' which Australian variety iliahagenie'rits and Australian artists treat artists from overseas. Foreign acts, and that goes for Britons as well as Americans, are just not wanted on the Australian stage. Australians pre fer a low level of mediocrity. Austra lian variety audiences applaud every act good and bad. They don't know one from another.'

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Smuggled Into Canada Alleged Faked Passports OFFICERS SUSPENDED London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

Smuggled Into Canada Alleged Faked' Passports OFFICERS SUSPENDED ' London. January 13. Scotland Yard men are investigating a plot to smuggle aliens into. Canada on faked British passports. Two Foreign Office officials, employed in the passport office, have been suspended. Detectives discovered that many sliens, mostly from the British and United States zones in Germany, passed through Britain into Canada with the aid of faked passports.

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CARNARVON CAR SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 January 1948

CARNARVON CAR SERVICE The following passengers left Ger aldtou by the Geraldton-Caruarvon Taxi Service t«.-day: — Messrs. L. Polak and A. A. Spelimaii and Mrs. L. I'olak.

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