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Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales CATTLE VALUES FIRM [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Fat Stock Markets ? * ? Midland Junction Sales CATTLE VALUES FIRM Competition was sustained at the fat | cattle market at Midland Junction on j Tuesday, and prices for all classes were ' firm on last week's highest rates. The yarding of 430 beasts was of good quality and included a large consign ment of medium to weighty well finished bullocks from the Midland line, j There was also a fair offering of good I quality mediumweight steers, several pens of prime heifers and odd lots of well-finished cows. Quotations: — Good weighty bullocks, £22 to £24; good mediunnveight, £19 to £21; good mediumweight steers, £17 to £19 (odd pens, higher) ; go'od light weight, £la to £16/10/-; good weighty; cows, £10/10/- to £19 ; mediumweight, i £14 to £15/10/- ; good lightweight, £12 ? to £14 ; medium condition, £8 to £10/10/-; plain and l-ough, lower. Choice lightweight steer and heifer l)eef, 62/6 per 1001b.; choice handyweight, 60/- per 1001b. ; good mediumweight bullock, 58/0 per lOOlb.; good hea...

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Sheep Prices Easier WEAKER COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Sheep Prices Easier WEAKER COMPETITION Competition for wethers and top quality lambs was weaker at the fat stock market at Midland Junction on Wednesday, possibly due to the trade having a carry-over from last week. and prices were from 2/- to 3/- per j head easier. Medium conditioned lambs j were difficult to quit. Ewes and hog- ; gets, however, maintained last week's ] quotes. Bidding for cattle was very j strong throughout and values were firm on Tuesday's best rates. Sheep (9,765 yarded) : Prices :— r Wethers in the Woo! : Best heavy- ; weight, 42/- to 46/- (odd pens, higher) ; J good uiediuimveight, 39/- to 41/-; good ( lightweight, 36/- to 38/-: medium, 31/- I to 34/- ; t,lain and light, lower. Ewes : I Best heavyweight, 34/- to 38/- (odd pens, highp1*) ; good mediumweight. 30/- ; to 33/-; good lightweight, 27/- to 29/-; medium, 19/- to 22/-; plain «and light, lower. Lambs (4,343 yarded \ : Prices: — Best heavyweight, 41/- to 45/- (odd pens, higher) ; good mediumweight, 38/- t...

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

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

THE BIG STORE (Frank Green & Son) GERALDTON ' (Telephones 123 and 124) For all Your Requirements Service and Keen Prices FULL STOCKS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS

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

THE BIG STORE (Frank Green & Son) GERALDTON (Tek'iihones 123 and 124) The Universal Providers for the District FULL STOCKS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS

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

MCC0HM1CK -DEERHWG Tractor Disc Harrows BURNING off stubble and wasting valuable plant food In smoke is no longer necessary, for the McCormick-Deering GL-9-A tractor disc harrow quickly and economically discs large areas of stubble land, restoring valuable plant food and increasing soil fertility. The GL-9-A mixes the chopped-up straw with the well ruulched soil, conserves moisture more effectively and binds the soil against erosion by wind or rain Accurate trailing of the rear disc gangs of the GL-9-A ensures thorough and even mulching. An automatic, quick-angling device makes it easy to regulate pene tration by putting more, or less, cut on the discs — just a pull on the rope from the tractor seat and the tractor does the rest, giving the right amount of pulverization in any soil. The GL-9-A is regularly supplied with 18-in. crimped centre discs and can be equipped with 20-in. cut-out discs for more effective cutting up of extra heavy stubble. Available in 5, 6, 7, 8, and 10-ft. s...

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

* make work a misery j The agony of bscic pains that mate , you frightened to bend or stoop is j a warning. A sympfom of sluggish ! system clogged with stagnant wasle matter. If fhese poisons are no! eliminated they slowly seep into *he bloodstream to cause painful rheuma tism, lumbago and backache. Get kruschen Salts on the job, get rid of I these poisons, keep bodily functions I not only 'regular,' but complete. HOW KRUSCHEN WORKS Clinical tests have proven the two fold value of a small daily dose of Kruschen Salts (enough Io cover a sixpence in the morning cup of tea). First — the bloodstream is purified. Second — bodily functions are kept ^. — J^x normal, regular and TSl^ M ' complete. r^^^ili Tone up with nl-V - 5*5 KruscHen— the health |/A^y course of millions. ? V y\ KRUSCHEIi Sa ? * A Chemists and Stores ff L I « 2/' a bottle at a' Get that Kruschen feeling 'iFYouft RHEUMATICS NEVER LET YOU FORGET ! ^^jSlB^mi matic pains, and they '*£jB-5jmj§Bfc:;A pei ience. They know &...

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

RECENT AIE TRAVELLERS The following passengers travelled io and from Geraldton by the air ser- j vice of the Macltobertsoii-Miller A via- ? tion Company Limited during this I w«ek : — j Perth to - Sera Id ton t Monday )_ — : Mr. T. S. Higgins, -Mrs. W. Wwden :n-l Miss WtH'dau. Geraldton. to Perth (Monday) — Messrs. It. Hanks. F. Camp, A. I). 'irant, K. K. Morris, Taylor, Hani :neiice, C. -J rover. II. K. liarti.Mt, K. Smith, Levey, Knight and (Irant. (Jeraldtoii to Perth (Moinlay) — 1 Mesdames K. K. jlerriss, It. Hanks, Misses M. Knight, X. Knight. M. iilass, K. liossiter. K. IJircb, M. Anstis, K. j Clarke, It. Clarke, lilinco, Shepheard j md Master T. McAlc;-r. l'erth to (xeralditm (Tuesday) — j Messrs. F. A. -Jritne, J. S. P.agshaw, C. I-. Smith, I». I-iambletoti, -J. Hastoti, A. It. Powell, *J. Forgeoiie. Mrs. L. r-nner-iy and Misses L. Snadeison and :'. Poiueroy, S. Pomeroy, M. Hay ward, \. Wisbart. (!eraldt-;ii to I ;'rth (Tuesday) — ltev. ».. K. Webb. Messrs. I. Anderson, J. H...

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

'You deserve it, Bob' Why did Bob Freeland get such rigid controls of the worker a substantial rise after only a few and the possibility of employment weeks in his new job? Because, direction, which in turn might as his wife told him, he deserved lead, in many cases, to the break it. He studied hard to get the up of family life, job and he works hard to improve That's not the Australian Way. himself. Anyone else in our free . That's not ' the way we have Australia can do the same. built a way of life which is But there are some amongst the envy of other nations, us who would like to alter ^jff^fe^0 let's keep to the all this. Their views, if (ifBfS^ffifc Right Road — the Aust adopted, would lead to ^H^^B^ ralian Way. Insetted by THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA (Incorporated in England bjs Royal Charter) (The liability of its Members is limited) , ? ? ? Tllfej

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The Geraldton Guardian THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1948 MASTER AT GERALDTON [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

(gintf df on (gttart iatt THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 194S EASTER AT OERAI.DTON Geraldton experienced a pleasant if | crowded Easter vacation and all have since returned to take up the normal trend of life with pleasant recollections ' -»f the occasion. Perhaps the greater majority of the people of the town and district, despite the air of blatant materialism which envelops and per vades every aspect of modern life, paid due homage to the spiritual significance c.f. the .season and pondered on the j tragic and triumphant events in the life of Jesus Christ enacted at this time- of the year many centuries ago. .The tempo of modern life, the advocacy of ideologies propounded as a panacea for all ills and subtle and overt assaults down through the centuries to the pre sent time on the Christian way of life have not served to stamp from men's minds the inescapable fact of a Super natural Being. These factors would appear to have emphasised rather than diminished the lessons to be derived from the...

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

PERSONAL Tiie Minister for the Interior (Hon. II. V. Johnson, 3l.ll.lt.). who visited this portion of his vast electorate dur ing last week, left Perth by air for Canberra last night ***** Mr. L. Yecchia, principal of Vecchia's Pharmacy, returned to (Jeraldton on I Friday last from a holiday trip of a few weeks spent in various capital cities of the Eastern States. ***** Mr. K. Farrant. manager for F. T. Wimble & Company Limited in Western Australia, spent the Easter holidays in Ceraldton and returned to Perth by road yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Farrant are both former .residents of the town and spent many hours in renewing acquaintance with a large circle of friends of former years. ***** Mr. Bert Gale, secretary of the Cue District Road Board, accompanied by bis son (Mr. Ken Gale), were visitors to Ceraldton during tlie recent holidays anil returned to the Murchison on Tues day last. Whilst in the town Mr. Gale ' spent the major portion of his time j with two other sons at pre...

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AMUSEMENTS Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

AMUSEMENTS Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES There will be another complete change of programme at rhe Itadio Theatre tonight (Thursday I, the feature films scheduled* for presentation being 'Sing While You Dance' and -'The JLone Star Vigilantes.' which wiil be j supported by short subjects? For Friday j and Saturday nights next the pro- ! ::raiume will be as follows: — ' - It— Australian lteview. j ri) — -Mr. Ace' (George Itaft. Sylvja ! Sidney, Stanley Itidges aud Sarah j Haden). (3 )— Brevity. j I*) — 'Monsieur Beaucaire' (Bob Hope, j Joan Caullield, Panic Knowles j and Margaret Reynolds). j Mc:usieur Beaucaire' ! lit.b Hope, co-starred with Joan Caul- j field, springs eternal laughter through- I - ut the entire running time of the j hilarious verswn of Boorii Tarkington's 'Monsieur Beaucaire,' which will be | .defied on Friday and Saturday j nights next and also at the matinee on | Saturday afternoon. This picture is ' an experrly produced travesty on the i Tarkington nov...

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

Malveru Star Radio is available in A.C./D.C. Dual-Wave or Broadcast Mantel Models, Vibrator Table Models (specially designed for the countryman), Portables and Battery operated Mantels. There are sets to suit all types of power supplies and a complete range of radio for areas not supplied with electric current. Easiest of easy terms available. You'd be better on a BRUCE SMALL Pty. Ltd. 143 Marine Terrace. Geraldfon

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

For Heavy Chest Colds Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

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Another Meeting at Moora A GOOD NOMINATION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Another Meeting at Moora A GOOD NOMINATION The following weiglits have been issued for the next meeting of the Moora Race Club to be conducted at that centre on Saturday, April 10th : — MAIDEN HACK RACE Five furlongs Thea Lady - 10 0 Lock Iris - - 9 12 Silver Lass 10 0 Cherie - - - 9 12 Sparks ? 10 0 K. O'Shea - 9 12 Chesterfield 10 0 Packman - - 9 10 Pollie's Ayr 10 0 Adelaide - - i) 10 Twilight - - 10 0 Vanity Gold !) 10 Kiu Koru - 10 0 Guy Fawkes f) 7 Billaby ? 1O 0 Billy Brewer !) 7 Hopette ? 10 0 Winleaf ? 9 7 Silken ? 10 0 H. J. LEE STEERE HANDICAP (First Division) Five furlongs Enokurra - 10 12 Jewel - - - 10 0 Waitabit - - 10 7 Solfuriel - - - 9 S Breakaway 10 2 Ging ? U 1 Rril. Lady - 10 0 Eleta ? 9 7 Sil. Whale - 10 0 Peter ? 9 7 H. J. LEE STEERE HANDICAP (Second Division) Five furlongs Loch Cress 10 10 Billy Brewer 0 7 Wincosy - - 10 5 Sparks ---97 Santa - - - 10 0 Magdaline - - 9 7 Guy Fawkes 9 7 Danny ? 9 7 Cumro ? 9 7 Hopette ? 0 7 Silver Lass - 9 7 Cherie ? 9 7 DISTRI...

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Northern District Racing Yalgoo District Jockey Club WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Northern District Racing Yalgoo District Jockey Club WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY After having }-eeu in recess for soiuo years past, tue Yali;---- District Jockey Club will conduct a nice mtviing at Yalgoo on Saturday next, this fixture being a cominuaiioit of the autumn round of the Murchison Ltucing Asso ciation ojK'iied at Mt. Magiu-t during last week-end. Six ev*?nts comprise the programme, for which tlie following weights have been issued: — WAliC.A HANDICAP Six furlongs. Kosally - - 10 7 Helen ? 9 10 Contest - - - 10 ~\ Clay Terry -90 Calliboo - - - 9 VI Solfuriel - - 9 u HL'UNABINMAH HANDICAP {First Division) I Six furlongs Loch Cress 10 V2 C.ny Shock 10 0 , Sambo Hoy 1U 7 Mandrake - - 9 7 JLee Aim - - 10 T Flicka - - - - 'J 7 - liundeur - - 10 7 Tiggerty B«.o il 7 lifltXAUINMAH HANDICAP j (Second Division) j Five furlongs j Miss Alto - 10 12 Joe Louis - - 9 7 j Unique - - - 10 7 De Urey - - 9 7 jt;. Warrior 10 7 Toby ? 9 7 J Gay Par - - 10 7 Uranium - - '.) 7 I Guy Fawkes 10 0 M. De...

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

? U.K. WOOL SALES 1948 *k Spot market sale dates for 1948 are important to know. Cut this out and keep it. if Remember the many advantages . the spot market offers wool growers. LONDON ? APR. 26 TO MAY 13 LIVERPOOL ? JUNE 7 TO JUNE 11 & CONDON ? ~ JULY 5 TO JULY 23 | ?' ! LONDON ? SEPT. 13 TO OCT. 1 LIVERPOOL ? ...... OCT. 25 TO OCT. 29 LONDON ? ~. NOV. 15 TO DEC. 3 ? London Sheepskin Sates will be held on Apr. 14, June 2, Sept. 1, and Nov. 3. THE COMMITTEE OF LONDON WOOL BROKERS Ec/me & Thomas ? fiuxfon, Ronald. Du Croz & Co. Hughes, Willans, Irwell & Co. ? Jacomb Hoare & Co. Schwarlze, Buchanan & Co. « Windeler & Co. Australian Office: 447 Collins Street, Melbourne SBS4D YOUR WOOL TO LONDON.' Serve it Icy-Cold — Served icy-cold before breakfast and as an 'appetiser' befoic other meals, it is really delicious. It is GOOD for you too! TOMATO JOflCE AIR SERVICE Planes leave Geraldton as follows on regular scheduled services: — N...

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

DULCY

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

Keep ('oughs, Colds at Bay Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

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Air Traveller's Ruse Surmounting Customs Laws CIGARETTES IN DENMARK Copenhagen, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Air Traveller's Rase Surmounting Customs Laws CIGARETTES IN* DENMARK Copenhagen. April 1. Customs regulations ban the entry of more than fifty cigarettes into Den mark, but officials could not prevent au air traveller from New York bringing 1,000. He had lit every cigarette, taken a few puffs and then stubbed it out. There is no lnw against taking cigar ette ends into Denmark.

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