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Geraldton Road Board Monthly Meeting OVERDRAFT PROVISION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Geraldton Road Board! ? «. ? Monthly Meeting OVERDRAFT PROVISION The monthly meeting of the -Jerald- ron I toad Board was held on the 19th inst., there being present Messrs. A. K, (irant (chairman), J. M. Bone, J. T. Man-den, H. V. SeweU, E. K. Doncon and the acting secretary (Mr. Haxtou (Jraut). Apt.logies for non-attendance, were received from Messrs. W. V. Sewell ami' H. J. Iteedy. Reports The chairman reported having had an interview with The Commissioner of Main itoads (Mr. J. W. Young) during :i recent visit i-s tlie district, and stated that in the discussion others present were representatives of the Board in Messrs. .1. T. Marsdeu and H. Grant ! (acting secivtaiy) and two engineers of the Main 1 toads I -epartmeut in M«\ssrs. J. Punch and S. Duncan. The chairman submitted a verbal lejjorr of the deliberations and this was formally received. . Finance The m- nflily financial statr'Hieni \v:is submit led to the meeting and accepted - n the motion of Messrs. Bone and Sewell, a...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths DEATH McCAGH— On March 24th, IMS, at the j Victoria Distrivt Hospital, Geraldton, | Kiii- John, iielovtHl sou of Mr. and I Mrs. J. McCagli, of Xauson. and lov ing bV-Jther of Ray, Vic, Breudy, Phil, .Mick, Hazel and Teresa ; aged 2 years and 11 mouths. Our Baby. R.I.P. IN MLMOKIAM WHITE (Jack) — In loving memory of our living son and brother, accident ally killed at Bluff Point on March 23rd. VJ-M. Sot just to-day, but every day, In sileuce we remember. — Inserted by his loving mother, sister (Mary), nieces (Pat and Glenis) and nephew (Arthur). BEREAVEMENT J£li. M. SOIJEXSEX and FAMILY! desire to thank all kind friends for j letters, telegrams, cards, floral tributes \ and [M'r.sonal expivssions of sympathy j received in the recent sad loss of their j dearly loved wife and mother, and | especially do they desire to thank the j doctor in attendance, Sister Millar, \ Maln.ii O'Neii and Mrs. Parker. Will , nil pHase ji-#«»pt this intimation as aj personal e...

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OUR SERIAL STORY "Married in May' CHAPTER VI [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

OUR SERIAL STORY 'Married in May' BY MADGE BARLOW CHAPTER VI Strolling leisurely through the spaci ous, liandsouiely-furn:shed rooms Cherry doubted whether she would b* able to fill the position so as to pleas. Rcbert Armitage, who would watch [Our readers are infromec' (hat all characters in this story are purely imaginary, and if the name of an;, living person happens to be mentioned no personal reflection is intended] and criticise her; but the recollection that Bob's mother had been a workin ^iri sustained her. What Bob's niothei nad done she could da The nursery, facing south, enchanted her. In a bay window a rocking-horsi? covered with real skin flourished a lerocious mane and tail. Boxes of bricks, Noah's arks, and Teddy Bears bulged the shelves of cupboards; the wallpaper depicted scenes from fairy lore ; the tiles of the screened fireplace told the tale of Little Boy Blue. Bob's cot, white-enamelled, looked tiny ami forlorn in the vastness of the apart ment. ' 'Twas built f...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Luxury Flying Boat Transatlantic Service BIG CARRYING CAPACITY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Luxury Flying Boat Transatlantic Service BIG CARRYING CAPACITY Britain's giant new flying boat, the S.U. Forty-lhe, now being constructed at the Saunders Roe Works in the Isle of Wight is scheduled to come out of the hangar in July, V.'Ali, and to make its first flight at the end of that year. This 140-ton machine will probably bo the first airscrew, turbined, flying boat airliner in the world, for it will be powered by ten Bristol Proteus' engines of 3/M) horse power each. It will have a range of ri,nOO miles and an estimated cruising speed of more than 3'iO miles per hour. Three different machines of the type are being built at the Isle of Wight works and such good progress has been made that air correspondents were recently allowed to view them there. The S.It. Forty-five will have double decks connected by two staircases, the lower de.-k containing lounges and several four and two-berth cabins, giv ing comfort and privacy comparable to the accommodation of an ocean liner. Th?re ...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Cost of Refrigerators Explanation by Minister UNDER CONSTANT REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Cost of Refrigerators ? ^ ? Explanation by Minister j ? i UNDER CONSTANT REVIEW ! Following inquiries made l-y the- , Eastern Gnldfields .District Council o£ j the A.L.I*, into the high cost of domes- I tic refrigerators, advice lias been | recejvetl from the Commonwealth jlin- ; ister for Trade and Customs (Senator ' B. Courtice), that he lias interviewed j the COjiinuonwealth Trices Ouumi-;- | Kionvr in connection with the matter. : The Commissioner pointed out that prices for domestic ret'riserati.rs v«ei\' fixed in relation to proven cost factors. Increases in raw materials, soiiu* o? oversi'.'is origin. ;inr! --f»ii.-e-(«enr!y (»m side the sc'i«* -»f tl»i (Joverjimi'iirs {tricing powers. t- ^retiier with increased Ijilior and administrative costs, had made it nvcessary to grant incieased selling prices. Due consideration had been given to the manufacturers' cap acity to absorb cost increases and ivi increases iiad been granted until absorp tive capa-*ity had been exhausted. The...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Crash Over Bridge BUS OUT OF CONTROL Accident on Bunbury Road DRIVER BADLY INJURED Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Crash Over Bridge ? «. ? BUS OUT OF CONTROL Accident on Bunbury Road DRIVER BADLY INJURED Perth, This Afternoon. The driver of a Government owned i ten-ton semi-trailer bus was staked ami j eight of its forty passengers were injured when the bus crashed through the Cardup Bridge and ran fourteen feet down a steep embankment early to-day. The bus .swept away sixty-six j feet of the bridge railing. Ambulance j men had to cut a' tree away before the i driver, with a three feet length of ' 4 by 3 jarrah still in his body could be carried away on a stretcher. He is Alfred Hodge (MH), of Samson Ifoad, Bunbury. His wife is expecting their first child soon. One of the first to reach the sceue of the crash was Con stable T. W. Smith, of Mundijong. He did not know until he got there that the driver of the bus was Hodge, his brother-in-law. Two ambulances made a fast trip from Perth to bring back the injured. In addition to Hodge they were: — Miss Betty Watson (IS), of Eighth Street, Harvey, s...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

MISCELLANEOUS I ^PPLES are now available at Wes traiiati Farmers To-Operative Lim ited, Eleanor Street. Geraldton ; price, l«»/-» per - .ise. J^lll FORCE Association — The monthly general meeting of the Geraldton Branch will be held at Bird wood House at 8 p.m. ou Monday night next. April 5th. At the conclusion of business the second round of the darts competition will be played and refresh ments wiil be available. AH members and intending members are cordially invited to attend. £J.LUFF I/O I XT HALL— Tennis bance on Saturday next, April 3rd ; fast fl-»«.r and good supper. Admission, 1/11 ( including tax). j^'LEARANCE of Compendium* at a special - price of 1/- each at Gerald (i.u Newspai«ers Limited, Geraldton. ;JHrKtH of England Ball will I-e held ^~ in the Xabawa Hall on Saturday, May Sth, li)4S; music by* Moreen Daw urn's Swing Band. ^HEERIO CLUB (OCJE) — Social in Parish Hall -;n Thursday eveuiug, April 8th, 1H4S. Admission, 1/0; pro i-eeds to new C.W.A. Building Fund. Members ...

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Upper Chapman Association SEASON'S AVERAGES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Upper Chapman Association SEASON'S AVERAGES The following are the leading batting and bowling averages of the season o£ the Upper Chapman Cricket Associa * * *? 'V Nabawa Batting— Kel Criddle, 94.5 runs ; L. Cooper, 38.5 runs. Bowling— K. A. Criddle, 32 wickets (average, 11.9). Yuna No. 2 BfiUitttag— Les Stokes, GS.4 runs; R. JtlaWen, 54.2 .runs. Bowling— G. Lanigan, 22 wickets .(average, 16). Naraliiig Batting— K.Stokes, 35 runs; 11. Bar clay;-'26.7 runs. Bowfing— V. Criddle, 25 wickets (average, 12.2). Yuna No. 1 Batting— E. Stokes, 54.1 runs; N. Criddle, 27:9 runs.' Bowling— E. Stokes, 11 wickets (aver age, ,13.8).

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TENNIS Geraldton Easter Tournament COMMENTS ON THE PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

TENNIS Geraldton Easter Tournament COMMENTS. ON THE PLAY (T.y 'SM«»liut*') Tli« VMS K:istcr r..uiii:i!u»'iir -»f tli^ (ier;il-ltiiii ;in-l I-istri--ts TVnnis Assu riiiriun proved :i wnnliy siuiessm- m those w'licli ]l;i(l «;«nie licfore^ hill tile coniinitree. IjsuI an exception:! lly diHi c-ull tusk iu ^ettiii^c tliroiifrh the exten sive imi^i-unune with ..he limited fa-ili- ties avaiiahle. Tlie oi%r;misation was frwid, and speaking ^eneially rile «oin miriee revived a generous measure --i c«--»per.i-ioii of tlte players. Never theless, the Nitii-tiatiietit went over to the fifth tiny, and some players- hud ro s«-r;il«-li oiviii;/ Jo their inahility (-- over.sr.iy rhei.' leave. It is ohvimit that unless more emirjs are avaiiahle, partinilsirly on the opening day. it will become iii)]N'r;ifiv(- to limit the numher ot entries in the future. This nndouhtedly would be a ret roirrade step, ami it is to Ik? 1ki]h'(1 that such :i procedmv will Uot J-e Mi'cessary. The inoiit interest ;i^;i...

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Housing in Geraldton Tradesmen's Accommodation COUNCIL DISCUSSION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

Housing in Geraldton Tradesmen's Accommodation ? COUNCIL DISCUSSION The proposal of tlie State Housing Commission that sympathetic consider ation would !r* given to a proposition 1 for the building of beach cottages for the accommodation of skilled artisans j in the building trade was further di.s- I cussed by the last meeting of the -Ier- aldtou Municipal Council. At a pre vious meeting the suggestion had been made that this accommodation might ! lie provided by the Council, the con- j tractors or by private individuals. \ The inability of the Council to proceed with the venture was stated, and it was suggested that the scheme be approved of- by the Council as several of the con tractors were willing to erect the cot tages on their own behalf. j 'The whole position is completely dominated by one thing, aud rh.-st is the necessity for houses in (Jeraldton,' said the Mayor (Dr. J. MeAleer) when referring to the subject at the last meeting. 'Although the Council has no direct responsi...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 1 April 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL - — ? w ? Legislative Couiuil Elections.— -Writs for the biennial election of one mem ber for each of the provinces in the Legislative Coancil were issued yester day, and nominations will close with the returning ofiicer of the respective provinces at noon c-n Monday, the 32th inst. Polling day lias been lixed for Saturday, May Stii, 1U4S. Geraldton Skiff Championship. — Commencing on Sunday next the first   of three heats to be decided in the local   skiff championship will be run on the Geraldton harbor when all contestants will be sent away to a flying start. The competing boats and skippers will be Naiad (G. Levers), Verona (W. Wight), Lily (C. Herbert) and Albion (R.   West). The remaining heats will be   contested on successive Sundays and   the conclusion of the championship   will mark the close of the current yachting season. Koolitida Due Saturday. — The ni.v. Koolinda, of the S...

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Philippines Defence. An Emergency Expenditure. EQUIPPING THE ARMY. Manila, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 April 1948

Philippines Defence An Emergency Expenditure EQUIPPING THE ARMY Manila, April 3. The Secretary for Defence (Runerto Kangleou)has disclosed that the Philip pines Army General Staff is working out plans to prepare the Republic's forces for action in case of war. An emergency expenditure would be sought to equip and put iu the field in the event of war about 45,000 men in three divisions, he said.

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Men Teachers for Boys. Schoolmaster's Advocacy. AVARICIOUS HORDES. London, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 April 1948

Men Teachers for Boys Schoolmaster's Advocacy 'AVARICIOUS HORDES' London, April 3. The National Association of School masters' Conference at Scarborough has -adopted a resolution that only men should teach boys. A London delegate said that there were thousands of boys classes in the charge of women. 'These avaricious hordes of women have already staked a claim in our field. The sooner they are smoked out the better for the boys of this country,' he said.

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Attack on Chinese. Assailants Driven Off. FOUGHT BACK GAMELY. Melbourne, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 April 1948

Attack on Chinese Assailants Driven Off FOUGHT BACK GAMELY Melbourne. Anril 3. Although battered on the head and face with a heavy firearm, an old Chinese fruit merchant, fought off two men who attacked him on the way to Victoria Market to-day. He was Wah Chuck, of Richmond, who was drivinjr slowly along Victoria Par ade at 3 a.m. to-day, when two young men came out of some shadows and levelled a firearm at him. When he protested his attackers climbed on the cart: and struck him several times on the head with the weapon. Although dazed and bleeding Wah Chuck shout ed for assistance and fought back. He landed several blows on his attackers, who fled after struggling for several minutes.

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Guest House Tragedy. Servant Helps a Friend. THEN DROPS DEAD. Brisbane, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 April 1948

Guest House Tragedy v ? Servant Helps a Friend THEN DROPS DEAD Brisbane, April 3. A young domestic servant, Theluia Marjorie Newman, of Kerramount Guest House, Brisbane, helped a friend, who had badly cut her foot, and died of heart failure when she saw the injury.

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A Warm Home Coming. Brutal Sydney Assault. ASSAILANTS ESCAPE Sydney, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 April 1948

A Warm Home Coming Brutal Sydney Assault ASSAILANTS ESCAPE Sydney, Anril 3. The victim of a brutal assault, Ken neth Dwyer Small (22), lay uncon scious for two hours in his garden at Bexley early to-day, after having been roblied of £179/10/-. He is iu St. George District Hospital suffering from a probable fracture of the skull. When Small returned to Ins home about 2 a.m. a man ran from behind a hedge and clubbed him on the left temple. Small collapsed and his assail ant rifled his pockets. Small was found two hours later by Mr. and Mrs. McLean, with whom he lived in the house, tie -Iid not regain full conscious ness until 8 a.m. ' Detectives believe that the thug knew that Small intended to field at the Gos ford dog meeting to-night.

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The Geraldton Guardian SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1948 QUEENSLAND STRIKE TO END [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 April 1948

-&traibton fauurbian SATURDAY. APRIL 3. U(4S QUEENSLAND STRIKE TO END Meetings of railwaymen yesterday decided to end the strike which has lasted nine weeks and it is probable that a resumption will be made early next week. In expressing pleasure at the termination of a 'needless dispute' the Premier (Mr. Hanlon) remarked that the matters in question could have been settled by the Arbitration Court without the loss of a single day's pay. Railwaymen still on strike nuuibpr betweeu 4,000 and 5,000. The loss of i l£:ji!«;jy I h'piirtmeiii ivvfiiiio compared with last year's figures i.-; nearly £7.HMKH». The rediK-ti«m in expendi ture, ijjainly in wages, is about! £«50,000. Moetiugs of waterside work- ] -?rs and seamen will l»e held throughout Queensland on Monday to discuss a return to work, and it is anticipated thai the reci-iuiuendation for a coin- j plett* resumption on Tuesday will iin - accepted. The hold-up of 1 1n- State's; transport system for over two months') has beo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 April 1948

THE BIG STORE (Frank Green & Son) GERALDTON (Telephones 123 and 324) For all Your Requirements Service and Keen Prices FULL STOCKS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS THE BIG STORE (.Frank Green & Son) GERALDTON (Telephones 123 and 124) The Universal Providers for the District FLXL STOCKS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS

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Scientific Research. Position in Australia. CROWDED UNIVERSITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 April 1948

Scientific Research Position in Australia CROWDED UNIVERSITIES .Major advances of science in the future will again spring from pure research in the universities, but such advances cannot be expected from Aus tialian universities under the present additions, writes a science correspond ent iu the ?'Sydney Morning Herald.' j State universities are grossly over- i crowded: the protestors aud other | teaching staff are far too few and are ! underpaid by present standards. State ? -iovernijients are .showing a tendeucy to ? seek more direction of university j studies. Tliese factors do not produce j the calm detachment winch is esseu- ' rial to high-class research. \ The 4'omnionvveiilih Government is selling up u National Luiv»-rsity at Canberra, osn1 of the functions of which ! Is to strengthen Australian research iu ! the physical sciences. There is little J duubt that research on this side will j be directed largely to 'nuclear physics.' j At the , moment, this is probably a j wise d...

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West Touring Talkies. The Bells of St. Mary's. NEXT BIG FEATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 April 1948

West Touring Talkies ' The Bells of St. Mary's' NEXT BIG FEATURE Fuv flie next visit Jo Northampton the management of the West Touring Talkies has booked 'The Beils of £i. Mary's,' which will be supported by -i ?ipecialiy selected series of short sub- 1 jects. J described as ;i picture with j which audiences have sat entranced i through its human and heart-warming \ story, 'The 15elJs of .^i. Mary's' stars j liing Crosby and Inurid Itergman, who \ are supported by Henry Travers and j William Gargan. P.ing Crosby has th:? j role of Father O'Malley. newly appoint- ! rtd pastor of the somewhat run-down i parochial school of ist. -Mary's, aud Miss Ilergjium is seen ;:;? the Sistvr Superior (Sister Benedict), whose ideas as to the best methods of child-traiuiug do not always coincide with those of the new pastor. Though the nuns greatly outnumber him, Father O'Mal iey manages to hold his own, thanks j chieiiy ro the warm gyn.se of humor j existing within the walls of St. Mary's. ] This r...

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