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YALGOO NEWS SUGGESTION FOR NORTHAM January 28, 1929. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

YALGOO NEWS' ^ x. suggestion !fob NOBraMM^agi January 2S:^IM The residents 'of Northam *a*e^^^H parently had some excitement Mi^rati^^H ing out for. some monster supposed JaSBl have been seen in the wear. c O_e^|i|l||l| port stated it was probably left jji!bi|iP emus to the Zoo. Mr. V. Gatbe^rft&SBi has been supplying a large aider -rif^^H above to the Zoo and was weenl^ mSI Northam, disclaims any eredit ^tf-^e^S livering any crocodiles, bungatnts^jcr^^ other reptiles in the Avon. Ifc CfcutfxSlIf went to Perth on Tfanisday':s'4amja^i&§^ a truck load of emus. Uortfcam^LJ$ra||p enlist his services in trying^ ^^^^ date the mystery. ^ '*--^H| On Saturday, 19th, a ball wak^lickl^S the hall, the proceeds going to ^-^otfllgj club. The night being hot, &e «P|§| tendance was not very fcuge a*ia-ttiS8 club did not benefit a. great deal^nam^^B cially. Mrs. Coyne was the «*^iaer||3 and supplied the greater ,,patt ^|-=tihe^8 music : . , *- *& JIB Mr. James Laird, ...

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GUTTED BY FIRE FAMOUS BOAT HOUSE DESTROYED. MEMBERS' NARROW ESCAPE Melbourne, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

OJTTEP BY Fip FAMOUS' BQAT HOUSE DESTROYED, \ ~'; MEMBERS' NARROW ESCAPE Melbourne, January 28. In less than a quarter of an hour, this evening a. fire swept through the boat shed of the Yarra Yarra Bowing Club on the river bank, near Prince's Bridge, and, completely destroyed the contents, only the eharred shell of the building, which^ was built entirely of timber, and had stood for about 50 years, remains. Altogether . 24- boats (a number Of which were, the property of other clubs), - ?were ? destroyed. 'Tje damage is esti mated to exceed £3,000. . Trapped in the blazing building, Ced ric Swallow, aged 33, a member of the jlub. received shocking burns. t He was released by several men,, who kicked down the doors, and was subsequently admitted to hospital in a serious condition. The eaase of the fire is not yet known; but the police are anxious to interview' two men who were seen loitering at tho rear of the buildings about ten minutes before the outbreak occurred. Swallow, it is t...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

PERSONAL Senator E. B. Johnston arrived in Geraldton by this morning's train. * * ? A Paris cablegram states that the ex Maharajah of Indore'.s wife, who was formerly an American (Miss Nancy Miller) has given' birth to -a daughter. Miss Nancy Mills, youngest daugh- 1 tcr of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mills, of | West Perth, arrived by this morning's train to stay with Mr. and Mrs. Hax ton Grant. ? * ? Mr. C. P. Smith, managing editor of 'The West Australian,'? was a passen}* ger by this morning's train. He left the train at Narngulu to accompany Mr. C Bowan on a run through the country, afterwards coming into ' town. ? * ? Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Logan entertain ed a large number of guests at the Par ish Hall last night in celebration of tuc coming of age of Mr, Les Logan. The evening was very enjoyable, and on behalf of many friends Mr. C. Gibson presented Mr. Les Logan with a gol i wristlet watch. ? ? ? Amongst the arrivals by this morn ing's train from Perth were the Chief Secretary (Mr. J. M...

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BRITISH MINERS THE SERPENT OF DiSCONTENT LADY HOUSTON'S WARNING London. January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

BRITISH MINERS THE SEnPENT OF DIS CO»« i ENT LADY HOUSTON'S WARNING London. January 24. 'I have received hundreds of letters from miners and miners' wives congra tulating me on my new year message,' said .Lady Houston to-day. Lady Houston, who gave £30,000 for the relief of unemployed miners, advis ed the miners to think for themselves an'd let their new year resolutions t-e 'to send all trade unions to the place where all bad people go.' 'Not long ago, mining, was mos^ prosperous and the miners with big wages were contented and happy,' she said to-day, 'but the serpent of dis content called trade unionism crept into the pleasaunee and declared 'This will never do. I am Trade Unionism and my name iiS ruin. ' So he ruined i the masters of the mines and the min ers.. His followers clapped their hands and said, 'Great is trade union- I ism, ' and they -came and ate out of his j hands. He preened his tail, winked an eye, and said. 'That is the stuff to give them. You have ruined the mas...

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COSMOPOLITANS V. GERALDTON GERALDTON First innings [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

COSMOPOLITANS v. GEBALDTON GEBALDTON First innings McDonald, c Barker, b Logan .. 17 McLeod, b Logan ? 5 E. McDonald, c Thrum, b Sterrett 0 Patience, b Logan ? ? 1 Dunn, run out ? 49 F. Dunn, stpd. Smith, b Sterrett . . & Pearson c Barker, b Logan ' .? ? S Snodgrass, not out ? v ? 2 K. Criddle, b Logan ? ? 35 D. Criddle, b Logan ? 0 Cook, absent. ...' ? ? » ... * 0 Sundries ? !. ? ., 7 Total ? 135 Bowling: Sterrett, 2 for £5; Logan, 6 for 42; Cross, nil for 12; Taylor, nil for 4; Jeffries, nil for 15. COSMOPOLITANS First innings Stcrrettj not out ? 23 Taylor, c C. McDonald, b Dunn ... 0 Logan, b Dunn ? 1 Smith, b Dunn ? 14 Cross, not out ? 6 Sundries ? 4 Total (for three wkts.) ? 48

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CHILDREN'S BALL ENJOYABLE HUTT FUNCTION. January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

CHILDREN'S BALL ENJOYABLE HUTT PTJlTCTioN'. i. ?y ? ??' \ . * January 27. A children's fancy dress ball, organ ised toy Mre. A. Bandy, assisted by a ' number of workers, was held in tha ' hall on Wednesday night. By the tiiiic the grand march began the hall was filled to its utmost capacity, and it was somewhat difficult to find space for the large number of children to march round and show off their cos tumes to advantage. Mr. T. Bandy, who carried out the duties of M.G., had a busy time iu arranging the children in marching order. How 'over, after the exorcise of consider 'able patience the march , was began. i * The many gay coloured costumes form ed a yretty sight. The children rang ed from tiny tots of three or four up to boys and girls Ot fifteen. The fancy costumes included the follow- ? ing: — Eva Cornell, Toyland Picrette; ! Xorma Cripps, Scarlet Jester; Dora ' Cripps, . 2Cew_ HcaltL: Shiela Shea,, Fairy; Margaret Cripps, Good Luck; Xorma Turner, Dutch Girl; Barbara Turner,...

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CRICKET. NOTES AND COMMENTS (By "Lynx") [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

CRICKET. ^ ? NOTS3 AND -COMMENTS (By 'Lynx') On the 'Geraldton recreation reserve, the first innings in the second games of the last round for the Geraldton pre miership was' commenced on Saturday. Mnrcajitiles and Australs played on No. 1 wicket, Wilkinson and Scott opening the batting for the firstnam ed team, to the bowling of J. Groessler and F. Parry.; A single was made by Wilkinson off the first over, and Par ry % first over yielaed seven. When the board showed 32, Scott was nicely caught by Walker, off Parry's bowling, for 1L Stirling filled the vacancy, made a single, then swung on to the first ball from Groessler, lifting it well pver the fence for six. In assaying a~ repetition, he failed in strength and^ was caught by Teede. Curlewis liven ed matters up a bit, making 12 in quick time. SewelL snr. (16 not out), played 'weUnptoform. E. Sewell was given out Lb.w\. : jwben 15 appeared opposite his name. , ^Three singles and three boun*; daries comprised his total. .'Sundries,...

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YACHTING SOUTH AUSTRALIAN VICTORY AUSTRALIAN DINGHY CHAMPIONSHIP Melbourne. January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

YACHTING SOUTH AUSTRALIAN P VICTORY i attstt? at.tatt T-TyrfiTTY reTAttTPTirirT- :? ship. ? ~ , \.: Melbourne. Januarv ^S In perfect weather to-day, Scandal, -^ the South Australian representatlirc won the ihird heat and final of tie *'—- '- - ? „- tnilian Dinghy Championship. Spies- - - didly sailed throughout by E. KcHy, Scandal nut un a mi'rorious ncrfbrm- . ance, and thoroughly deserved to win. ' A light southerly, which held fairly true through the race enabled aU the boats to carry their largest sails i comfortably, and made sailing condi- :./? tions very pleasant. ; ?' ?; The Western Australian represents.- - ? tive, Joy 11, retired. : .'?' ? ? ? ? - V. 'I would be glad,' said flic dcrgv- ; V man, after he had given out the test'-' ;--j..; for his sermon, 'if the young man. who ? .' ;i-* is standing outside the door would come ytCt in and make absolutely certain whether ; /' s she is here to-night or not. That would '-; lie a great deal better than opening Ihe ? ':; door h:il...

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THE LATE MRS. ANNIE VARLEY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

THE LATE MRS. ANNIE VABLEX The late Mrs. Annie Varley; was a well known resident of Northampton district. This snap was taken by her niecej Miss Zoe Hosken, a few week* previous to her death, in her favour ite resting place in her son's garden at Pigeon Well Farm, Northampton.

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CRICKET MATCH FOR VISITORS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

CRICKET MATCH FOR VISITORS It is hoped to arrange a cricket match on Friday, between teams repre senting the Country and the Town. Any visitor desirous of participating is axk cd to communicate with Mr. J. Groess- . ler or Mr. Curlewis. - . ; ?? ? ?-? ' ''?*'.' :?' '. , '. ? ? ?'.' ? -???'?',?

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CHILDREN'S SWIMMING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

CHILDREN'S SWIMMIKG This afternoon at the Esplanade jetty the kitklicti made ready for their big day to-morrow. Large and small, fat and thin^ from . town and country, they showed that there is nothing to fear for the future of the race. Several enjoyable and well contested events took place and many children showed a skill of which their seniors might well be proud. To-morrow there will be a free pic ture entertainment for the children at !(.4o a.iu.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

{~)IL Engines for sale cheap, in good working order; about 5 h.p.; may be inspected at 'Express' office, Ger aldton; and 'Times' office., Cue. — Ap- ; ply- General Manager, Geraldtbn News- 1 .. papers Limited. Billy Edwards Music Company. Ltd. gg c -i, IBS XUSIt&S; ST.. TEB9& Wish to Notify Their Clientele that — Messrs N. & W. Uren, Geraldton. it now Their B presentative *n v GEBAIiDTON AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. 3e can quote City Prices tor PLAYERS, PIA3TO8 and PHONOGRAPHS. Hi» Stocks inetede EDMAC PHONOS, BROADCAST 2/- Records, COLUM BIA and REGAL Records. ?TEEDLES. BOLLS, M08KL And EVERYTHING MUSICAL. ji J. OaUe Metooa Player Piano on Haad for Demoastndag. For FARMERS £ £ W% ^T1 f\ ' BIGGER LOAD? 3 CARRIERS. *^ Ai* ^^ LOWER COSTS M The most profitable Truck for Wheat Carrying or Gen era! Transportation. j9 Six-cylinder, 7-bcaring crankshaft, pressure fed lubrication, specially strengthened chassis, 4 wheel intenf 1|| al hydraulic brakes, Myers Magazine lu...

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GERALDTON WEEK THE FIRST DAY IDEAL WEATHER CONDITIONS BIO CROWD OF HOLIDAY MAKERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

GERALDTON WEEK THE FIRST DAY IDEAL WEATHER CON DITIONS BIG CBOWD OF HOX3DA? MASSES Geraldton . Week,' on which so much energetic preparatory work has been done by the committee, has been form ally launched. True, on Friday night and on Saturday afternoon and evening there were attractions which were in vested with greater importance because ef their close association with -the Week, .but it was not until yesterday morning that the celebrations received the seal of official approval. This was conveyed by the May.or (Mr. G. K. Sewell), at the gatherings arranged tor the swimming, tennis and bowling clubs, in speeches of 'welcome to the visitors and commendation of the efforts of the townspeople in making such compre hensive arrangements for their enter tainment and recreation. . The weather was on its best behavi-' our. Saturday recorded the record heat for the summer, and Sunday was decid edly hot, but yesterday morning, though there was every indication of a warm .day a gentle south...

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WITH THE TENNIS PLATERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

WITH THE TENNIS PLATERS After opening the swimming carnival the Mayor, accompanied by the Town Clerk and . Mr. Curlewis, proceeded co the tennis courts to open, the tennis tournament. , At the , courts they were joined by the Bev. K. Salley . The Mayor: {after being introduced by Mr. J. Smith, vice-captain), skid - he hoped the Week would be a great suc cess, both from the poinfe of view of the town, end Hie committee. Tn? Week was organised with the idea or bringing before visitors the many ad vantages Geraldton possessed as a means of spending a holiday, and also to raise funds to enable improvements to be carried out to recreation grounds of the town. - He hoped everyone would have a good time, and while en joying themselves, would try to make things easy for the committee. He hoped that at the end of the carnival they would realise everything had been carried out to the credit of the town and of the committee, and JJfrr the plea sure of the visitors. After leaving the tennis cou...

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THE SWIMMING CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

nm\ SWJMM1N© CARNIVAL The -Mayor (Mr. G. E. Sewell) r ac companied by the Town Clerk (Mr. D. B. Moffatt), and the honorary secretary of the Week Committee {Mr. A. C. Curlewis), 'first of all attended the swimming carnival, at the Esplanade jetty. The Mayor ? (who was introduced by Mr. A . T. Hardwicke) expressed plea sure in- jopening the carnival, as it ws.s the first official event of the week. He hoped the Week would be very success ful, and bring about the objects for which it was organised, namely to arouse interest in Geraldton, to get peo ple to come here and realise what a wonderful place it . is. . Unfortunately it was very hot, but he had heard visi tors say that the country just now was worse, and they were glad to get to the sea. He hoped everybody would help to make the Week. a success by falling in with the 'arrangements of the. com mittee, in every way possible. At the conclusion of his speech '- the Mayor started the first event of the day, the first heat of a swimmi...

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NOISY MOTOR CYCLES RIDERS' LICENSES SUSPENDED AN APPEAL FROM THE BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

NOISY MOTOR CYCLES _^ ~ iii RIDERS' LICENSES SUS PENDED AN AFFEAI. TBJO^L THE BENCH. V Several motor cyclists were pro ceeded against at the Foliee Court this morning charged wjth various breaches of the traffic regulations. ' Russell Steele pleaded not guilty to exceeding the. 15 miles speed limit past the hospital en January 16. Begi nald Bowe and Cornelius Varney pleaded similarly to charges of crea ting undue noise at the same place and date. Edward Davis and Patrick Cotter pleaded not guilty to exceed ing the 15 miles limit past the hos pital on January 15, and Thomas De laney pleaded not guilty to making an undue noise near the hospital on the same date. Mr. A. gK. Altorfer appeared for the prosecution. Messrs Bymer, Les ter and Clarke were on the bench. Evidence was given by Traffic In spector Smythe, and the defendants ' denied that their machines made nn- ' due noise ^or that they exceeded the speed limit. ?' . A fine of 5/-, with 13/6 costs, was imposed in each ease, and d...

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LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

LOCAL &GENERM. Traffic Offences. — At the Police Court this morning Keith White was fined £2 and 3/- costs for an admitted charge of speeding with a motor ear past the hospital. G.' Claridge,' who did. not ap pear was fined £2 and 3/- costs for parking on the wrong side of the road on January 19. Back Again. — Messrs Bymer, Lester and Clarke, in the Police Station this morning, sentenced James Kennedy to 21 days for being tlrunk'1 in /Marine Terrace. Kennedy, it was stated, is an old offender with a- long record, and recently he Was discharged from the local gaol after serving a month for a similar offence. Northampton Student's Success. — Mr. and Mrs. Trcsidder, of Mullewa, have been advised by the Education Department that their son, Arthur, has been successful in winning a Dis trict High School scholarship. Th« successful candidate attended the Nor thampton State School, where the competitive examination was held. Vaudeville Attraction at King's. — On Saturday night a lar...

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TENNIS FINALISTS AT ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

TENNIS FINALISTS AT ALBANY. Left to Eighfc-Patterson and Hamilton (Mt. Magnet), who defeated Shannon and Nolt (Albany) in the com petition for the Barnett Cup.

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OLD RIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

OLD RIVALS Aine Borg, tbe famous Swedish swimmer, and 'Boy' Cbarlton, swim ming at Sydney. In Sydney Batts last -week, Borg lowered Charl ton's record for 880 yards, and beat his own world's record for a mile bv 34 5-lOsec. *

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GERALDTON WEEK THE PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

GERALDTON WEEK THE PROGRAMME The programme for Geraldton Week, which will be in full swing next wee!:, is as follows: — Wednesday, January 30 (Children's Day)— Morning and Afternoon. — Beception in Town Hall to nil children by the Mayor; Procession to Sports Ground; Inter-school Championships; Open' Events for all Children. Evening. — Adults' Ball. Evening. — 43pargo 's Musical Revue Co., in the Town HalL Friday, February 1 — A free day for visitors — Car trip.-, etc. by arrangement. Free picture mat inee fCir children. Evening. — Spargo's Musical Bevue Co., in the Town HalL ' ^^. Saturday, February 2— JJ Morning and Afternoon. — l«!te«w- -^ district Cricket Matches; Bowing, t^j Yachting and Monster Swimming Oai- 0| nival. _; Afternoon — Inter-distiiet Gnucfcat -- ~ Matches; Beach Gala Day; Borage t Yachting and Swimming races. Eveniii?.— Children 's fancy and jfam j: dress ball. — ^ Sunday, February 3 (wnoffiffial) — %g Afternoon — Beach and Aquatic -^ Sports; Shooting Tournament— ...

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