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THROUGH THE FIRE. Copyright CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

THROUGH THE FIRE. By STELX-A. M. DUBINO j Author of 'Love's Privilege,' 'The End of the Eainbow,' 'Seedtime and Harvest,' 'The Loom of Life,' etc. Copyright CHAPTER XIV. Early in March the nc\tp reached Merefields that Fordyce was about ag ain. A Maid had seen him walking in his garden, one hand on Jenkins* arm, the other holding a stick. Another had met him. 'down village' in tnat most pathetic of all chariots, a bath chair. Lant's pale eyes flickered when he heard of it. 'He'll come here,'» he told himself. 'He's bound to.' With an odd mixture of apprehen sion, amvBenient and pity he awaited his coming. a 'Poor beggar, it was hard on him!' was his most frequent realisation, and liia own responsibility for the hardship deepened his feeling of un willing and illogical friendship. For it was friendship he felt. No man can- tend another sick almost un- to death, through long weeks of anx iety and danger, without either loving pr hating him at the end of them. As Lant sat among his new...

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"ONLY A BILL!' [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

'ONLY A BILL!' Bad payers are the curse of every man who has either goods or know ledge for sale. A man, therefore, who allows his customers to run up bills must cultivate the art of making them pay in the long run. There is a certain tobacconist who has in his employ a man with a pe culiarly sarcastic tongue. When a young 'man about town' who has been entertaining on too lavish a scale runs up a long bill with his tobacconist, the man with the sharp tongue comes into action. Often the customer is one with many friends, and the -dun awaits some favourable opportunity, either when his victim is in a shop, or a restaurant, or talking to some friend. Then be advances, and in a very loud and friendly voice makes some sar castic remark or demand for the money. This he repeats on as many occa sions as possible, until the customer is either shamed into paying, or forc ed into it rather than defend an ac tion for assault. Of course, .this man's services are only called upon in extreme cases...

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PIGEONS' POWDER-PUFF. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

PIGEONS' POWDER-PUFF. Pew people are aware that there are ft number of birds who posses a natural supply of toilet requisites. The duck, for example, obtains the wonderfully glossy appearance of its leathers by means of a private store of 'brilliantine' which it possesses. This curious oily liquid is stored in a small gland under the roots of its tail, and when, as bo often happens, a duck rubs its head under its tail it is rcallv just giving itself a thorough treatment with its own special hair oil. There are some birds, also; who are provided with a comb. Barn-owls are among the British birds that have this appliance. It is sutuated on the inner edge of one of their daws, and they use it, principally, to rid their feathers of some of the parasites with which they are so often infested. Then there are birds who have their own powder-puns. The English pige ons and the hawks are examples of these. The powder is made by certain small feathers which, as they grow in size, tend to becom...

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R.S.L GERALDTON SUB-BRANCH BIG INCREASE IN MEMBERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

R.S.L. GERALDTON SUB-BRANCH BIG INCREASE IN WTiTVTBF.ff.SHIP The branch president, Sev. Aiiltou ft. Haley, presided over a fair attendance of members at the annual meeting, at the Soldiers' Institute on Wednesday last 23rd, instant. Tbc secretary reported that, owinj to pressure ,of business, the auditor, Mr. L. J. Chapman, had been unable to complete the audit of the balance sheer, which was read and received. The audit would be completed at an early date. The balance sheet showed a very cre ditable state of affairs and pointed to very fine work on the part of those re sponsible for the conduct of the In stitute. All the various funds are iu credit with the exception of the Chris mas Tree fund, which was exbaustea by the last children's party. In this respect, tbe secretary, Mr. Dunn, poim ed out that the whole expense had been borne by the* branch, no outside assis tance having been asked. The president read a very fine speech in which he touched upon the very chequered history of...

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CRICKET ENGLISH XI. REMAINING FIXTURES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

CRICKET english xi. remaining' fixtures Following are the remaining fixtures for the Englishmen's tour: — February 1 to 7.— FOURTH TEST MATCH, at Adelaide. February 9 to 11. — V. Ballarat, at Ballarat. February 15 to 19. — V. New South Wales, at Sydney. February 21 and 22. — V. Western Districts (N.S.W.), at Bathurst. February 25 and 26. — V. Southern Districts, at Goulbum. March 1 to 5. — V. Victoria, at Mel bourne. Marcb 8 to 14.— FIFTH TEST MATCH, at Melbourne. March 21 and 23. — V. Western Aus tralia (side to include five players from South Australia and Victoria), at Perth. ^^^^^^^^^ Act I: Inventing machines to sav«* time. Act II: Trying to invent amuse ments enough to use the time saved.

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WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP HEENEY AND DEMPSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP HEENEY AND DEMPSEY. Tom Hccney tbc New Zealand heavy weight champion boxer, who had the last fight with Gene Tonney, the pres ent champion of tbc world, before the latter retired, commenced training last week. He hopes to secure a fignt witn Jack Dempsey, in September Although there is some doubt as to Dempsey 's plan, following the death of Rickardu Heeney said to-day 'As lon^ as Dempsey is going in it I guess the best I can do is to get in there an* fight f,or tbc chance of meeting him. I'd just like to fight Paolino. That's just ose guy I can lick, and if I can Ji whip him, I'm going to start in the diamond business.' Following the retirement of Tonney, _ it will necessitate a number of elimin I ation contests to decide the next cham pion. Denipsey has announced kis in tention of returning to the ring to make another fight to regain the title. . . i similar failures one can see only two outstanding exceptions — Challie Chap lin and Harold Lloyd — ...

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FILM STARS FAILURES AS PRODUCERS BIG FORTUNES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

FILM STARS ? —'r ? FAILURES AS PRODUCERS SKx FORTUNES ItOST The death of Larry Semon in pov erty is not only an extraordinary illus tration, of the Vicissitudes of film act ing; it is yet another warning to starr, that they should keep to the line thcy know best, and retrain trom going »''? production themselves (says a writer in the ' London Daily Mail')- A few years ago Charles Bay made the same experiment. He was then America's most famous and' popular ex ponent of light romantic comedy ami a 'sure fire' success in ingenuous 'hick' parts. His salary v?as vrell over £100,000 a year, and he had amassed more than a million dollars. Half a dozen pictures produced by hiinseu, and he was ruined, and had to scil his wonderful Hollywood borne... How- he is back on a salary — considerably reduced. Gloria Swanson is one of the ninny others who have found independent management a sink for aceuumlatetl millions. She refused an offer of*£1000 a week from her old company to make her own pictur...

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TIMBER TRADE GRAVE TROUBLE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA DISPUTE OVER WORKING WEEK Adelaide, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

TIMBER TRADE GRAVE TROUBLE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA DISPUTS OVEB WOBEING WEEK Adelaide January 29. All the timber mills in the Port Ade laide district, where 75 per cent of the timber workers of South Australia arc employed, have closed as a result of the refusal of the men to obey the Ar bitration Court award. The doors were opened at 7.30 o'clock but the men did not attend. When the men offered to enter at eight o'clock they, were denied admittance and told they had automatically dis missed themselves. The men stood outside the mills dis cussing the situation and later gathered for a mass meeting. The smaller mills and yards in the suburbs closed. This afternoon a meeting of tho South Australian Disputes Committee will be held to consider the situation, which is fraught yith grave . possibili ties for the workers of many trades. It was election day. The candidate was making a tour of the polling both', and the reports of his supporters were encouraging. When lie emerged from one he foun...

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HOWATHARRA NEWS SERIOUS STUBBLE FIRES. January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

HOWATHARRA NEWS SERIOUS STUBBLE FIBES. ! . . January 26. The weather Jias been very hot and favourable for fires. t%st Thursday morning just after the Geraldton, train passed on its way to Northampton, be tween White Peak and ^Oakagee, ajB*e started. A strong east wind drove it westwards but in/ the afternoon a change to the south, swept it, on to McCluskey Brothers farm where it burn ed a great deal of feed, fencing am? stubble. '; '. .- . Thewheat had been only carted away the* day before. .-..;. .Just as the fire was about' beaten out by a band of willing porkers the train passed on the return journey to Geraldton. One of the fire figuWs, pointing at the train, remarked 'There goes the origin of all this work' Hard Jy had the words been uttered ? than flames leaped up on- the opposite side of the lino and swept through the reserve. Valuable help was given by J. Olse'n and his three sons Jack, George and Tom, and by Messrs Hamilton, Con stantine Bros., W. H. Gray, CJ. Davis, and t...

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TINKERING WITH TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

TINKERING WITH TREES. ? ♦ ? We need more trees, millions of them, to replace those felled during the war. But we do not really want round trees. What we actually require is sauare trees, that can be sawn into planks without undue wastage. To grow such is not by any means impossible, or even difficult, accorJr mg to a statement made by Mr. Al fred Winslip, of the Cambridge School of Forestry. All that is necessary is that, the young saplings shall be enclosed each in a four square mould of metal or plaster of paris, and the result will be a plantation of trees with square trunks. A Furthermore it has been found pos sible by actual experiment to dye trees so treated in such a manner that, when they are felled, the wood is red, blue, purple, ort in fact any colour desired. To attain this end a hole is bored in the mould near the bottom, and carried right through the heart of the enclosed tree in a slightly down ward direction. Then a strong solu tion of aniline dye of the desired col o...

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W.A.T.C. MEETING Perth, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

W.A,T.C. MEETING Perth, January 28. The following are the results of the W.A.T.C. raees atr Ascot yesterday:—1 JUMPERS' FLAT BACE One mile and a quarter. BAVMOND TEEBACE, 10.9 1 Frinee of Samos, 9.12 ? 2 Church Tower, 9.0 ? 3 Betting: . .7 to 1 against winner. Tote: 19/-, 14/-, 22/-. CYGjSTET HANDICAP1. Six f orlongs. ESCALTJS, 7.1 ? 1 Zealanda, 6.11 ? 1 Lord Beggar, 9.4 ? 3 Betting: 6 to 1 against winner. Tote: 24/-, 22/-, 27/-.. SERPENTINE HANDICAP Six furlongs. DUETTO, 7.12 ? 1 * Autobiography, 9.10 ? 2 Coette, 7.10 ? .3 Betting: 4 to 1 against winner. . Tote: 18/-, 20/-, 25/-. SHOLL HANDICAP. .?'V. .'?*?? -One mile. - ..--..-. BIZET, 6.7 ? 1 - Coolljarro, 9.2 ? . . . j. 2 h Flying Miss, 9.0 ...... ± .? - - . 3' Bettine: 5 to 1 'against winner. Tote: 22/V 43/y 18/-. . WESTBALIA HANDICAP. One mile .'and three-quarters. EBGOTBC, 7.7 ? ? . 1 - Station, - X£ - ?« ? 2 Coolah, S,0 ,'?'. ? 3 Betting: . 12 to 1 against winner. Tofa»: 4Af-, 28/-, 33/-. GUILPFOBD HANDICAP. SeVen furlongs ....

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THE TURF VICTORIA DISTRICT CLUB DARENTH WINS CUP A PROTEST AND AN APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

THE TURF VICTORIA DISTRICT CLUB DARENTH WINS CUP A PROTEST AND AN APPEAL The Victoria District Turf Club's an nual meeting was concluded, yesterday, when some interesting racing was wit nessed. The weather was warm though by no means unbearable, and was bet ter than on tho first day, when the heac was intensified by a- hot wind. The Clerk of Course (Mr. H. Pass), had the horses lined np for the first race punctually to time, and this punc tuality was maintained throughout tlie afternoon. Some trouble was expericne *d in getting the horses away, there being one or two false starts., but the majority of them were fair . In the Geraldton Cup the hordes were oarticularly restive, »and the first at tempt to start them was unsuccessful. When the race was over, P. Hyde, rider of Darenth. lodged a protest against L. Whitbread. rider of Wealth, for cross ing over when about half-way up ta-3 -itraicbt. The rtrotest was subsequently upheld, and the race was awarded tu Daxcntk. Wealth being pla...

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AFGHANISTAN UPHEAVAL BRITISH LEGATION'S WITHDRAWAL DAILY FLIGHTS London, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

AFGHANISTAN UPHEAVAL BRITISH LEGATION'S . WITHDRAWAL DAILY FLIGHTS London, January 28. The' 'Daily Mail' correspondent at Lahore understands that Great Britain is giving up all representation in Af ghanistan until the troubles are ended. Thus probably within a week Sir Fran cis Humphrey, the British Minister, will be oat of reach of possible danger. Two Viekers-Victoria troop carriers will probably fly to Kabul to-day to evacuate thirty passengers, continuing daily journeys until the Legation staff, which will be last to leave, has depart ed.

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

SWIMMING YESTERDAY'S CABNWAI. The following are the results of the events at yesterday's swimming carnival: — 100 Yard*.— T. Allen (6 sees.), 1; J. Conway (10 sees.) 2; H. Brady (8 sees.) 3. Time: 72 2-5 sees. Pairs Belay Bace.— T. Brady (scr.- 1; H. Brady (scr.) 2: Time: 40 sees. Ladies' Race. — Miss B. Valentine (8 sees.) 1; Miss Elliott (7 sees.) and Miss Hanlon (5 sees.) tied for sec ond place. Time: 30 2-5 sees. Junior Bace. — First Heat: Herbert {-2 sees.) 1; Clarke (4 sees.) 2; Will iams (scr.) 3. Second. Heat: Harrop (3 sees.) 1; Harper (2 sees.) 2; Bush er (scr.) 3. * Final: Herbert 1, Harper 2, Harrop 3. Time: 23 1-5 sees. Breast Stroke. — Miss G. Worthing ton (7 sees.) 1; H. Brady (3 sees.) 2; C. Garratt (1 eec.) 3. Time: 26 sees.

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THE COLTS' MATCH WEST AUSTRALIA v VICTORIA Perth. January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

THE COLTS' MATCH WEST AUSTRALIA. \\ VICTORIA Berth, January 29, The following -are the scores in the deciding match between. Victoria and West Australia in the Colts' triangular contest: — * WEST AUSTRALIA. ''*- First Innings. F. Brya'nt,-:Lb.w'., b McCormack . 9 DrewV^itpi1 CampbeH,; b Warne ^ I . ?' i3. McEaeye ;McC6rmack, b Wanie^. ;:'2i Horroeks, '.stp. Campb'ell, b- Warns „£!; Wilberforce, b Warne ? '. '. . i\ W. Bryant, e MeCormack, b Warne 1 Xnyerarity, , tbi-fr» -rb 'ffijafci'ii . — Z . 3 fi. Bryant, b- 'M^irii r .- 1 ..... ^. ... . G Harding, « Hunt, t- Normknd .... S Webster, not out ? ; ? S : Halcombe, c Campbell, b McObr maeJc .»..»i.i....J.w.. ...*.' .0 {Sundries ..~ ? ....-.»/. V: .??:-???? .' ' ' : '/. ? . . ' ';-,Total ' ;' ??_ ?-'-' '.- -'.. . ;,il4 Bowling: Warnej 5 for 29; '&ctk-r- mack, 2 for 13; .Mkkjn, 2 for 22; Nor mand, 1 for 4L . Second Innings. Drew, b 'McCormack ............ 5 F. Bryant, b Makin .... r ? 3 Horrocks, c Hunt, b Warne' ..... 44. McBae...

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The Geraldton Guardian & Express TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1929 OUR POLITICAL VISITORS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1029 OUR POLITICAL VISITORS To-day Gcraldton is privileged to ac cord a welcome to three Cabinet Min isters, two of whom represent our cwn district. Less %avored districts have long looked enviously at Geraldton, re alising that, theoretically at least, a district st vtbU and so powerfully vrep- . resented should have legislative privil eges denied electorates, whose members stand less high' in the counsels of the State. While it is certainly possible to exaggerate the importance to the dis trict of being able to return a Cabinet Minister to Parliament, the electors of Gcraldton have never had the smallest reason to regret their choice of repre sentatives. It would be unfair and unreasonable to expect members carry ing portfolios to sway Cabinet consis tently in favour of their own elector ates, but we do know that Messrs Will cock' and Drew have for a very long period worked for tho interests of their several constituencies as hard as they could conscientiously...

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

? nnt intmintiiniiiiim .4mittcUttimuMua«mMMMmaM*53|||gi I ACCSilimOBATIOKf jj I FOE THIETY V1HITOE? FCE f ~=2| I ' . * = ^ | C5^AT.T-TO?T WBSK _ I _ ^ ! At KiA ORA HOUSE j'Q § (Next to National Bank) \ ~\ I * ? ? ? ? f _-J ! Apply— WALTEE H. WQ&COCKBi -gjj ?nriiiininiiiiiiiiiinnnnniminwniimMMMH _ ? HANDY FOODS ENGLISH FILLET, KIPPEES, POLONEY, SAVELOYS, GAELIC SAUSAGE, FRITZ * COOKED CORN BEEF AND HAM BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE. x KIA ORA TEA ROOMS WALTER H. WILLCOCKS 1 THE GERALDTON GUARDIAN & EXPRESS j I PUBLISHED DAILY j At 5 'tl (6 p.m. Saturdays). Prepaid Subscription Bates: — (Post Free). 3 months ? ? 13/ 6 months ? ? 26/6 9 months ? 38/ 12 months ? 5% Booked: — 14/- per quarter (post free). Scale of Advertising Sates. Classified columns for Advertise ments will appear in the 'Geraldton Guardian and Express' as occasion re quires. Rates for Ordinary Type Set and Display Advertisements: — ; - Casual Advertisements, 4/- per — Ji. 25in. up to lOOin. to be used wrcrin 6 ...

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BOXING HEAVY WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP BOWTELL RETAIN TITLE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

BOXING HEAVYWEIGHT CHAM PIONSHIP EOWTELL EEx.SIInV TITLE. The first of the attra-. ~iis organis ed by the Geraldton We. Committet for the entertainment of the numerous visitors to the town and holiday mak ers generally was the contest for the heavyweight boxing championship ot the State, in which Les BtfwteU, the holder, successfully withstood the chal lenge throsra out byt Kit 'Epnie, and was awarded the decisioE* ou points lifter- 'the' conteafcj.-had goia ihe full fifteen rounds. The day had been a hot one, and on. Saturday night it wan still uncomfortably warm, but despite this' there was a big erowd at the Town Hall, and- some interesting- pre liminaries kept the crowd well enter-* tained. prior to the main bout. The referee was not chosen until just before the fight commenced, and the choice fell upon Mr. G. Abbott, the well fcnown local boxer, whose ap pointment met with the approval of the crowd. The principals entered the ring at a quarter to ten, and were both well receive...

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BRIGHT ENTERTAINMENT "THE OPTIMISTS" IN CLEVER TURNS "CHIMNEY CORNER" PLEASES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

BRIGHT ENTERTAINMENT ♦ ? ? ?THE OPTIMISTS' IN .CLEVER TURNS 'CHIMNEY COBKSK'. X&EASBS. An appetising bill of fare was pre sented to Town Hall patrons last ev ening, when the Geraldton Dramatic Company, assisted by the Optimists, appeared in many charming and amus ing musical items and a two act drama 'The Chimney Corner.' ... v The rising curtain disclosed 'The Optimists,' happily arranged! round friendly tea tables, singing a promise of 'Miles of Smiles' — a promise un doubtedly fulfilled. Followed a duet and chorus, in which many local hits were introduced, and a musical med ley, after which the company gave stage to individual members, each of whom delighted in turn. Mrs. Wal ter Kendrick was good in 'The Silent TVife,' a. musieal monologue dealing with an ever popular theme — the, er- ring male. Mrs. Ass-Bussell was in excellent voice and her dramatic and artistic rendering of two Maori melo dies well merited the sustained ap plause; while Miss Beryl Pond .was well recei...

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

_^ ? r* Births, Marriages and v Deaths IN MEMOBIAM NOBBIS. — In loving memory of our' dear father and grandfather, 'who passed away at Geraldton on Janu ary 29, 1928. .- * . . Our thoughts,' they often wander To a grave not far away, Where they laid our dearest father and grandfather, . Just' twelve months ago to-day. —Inserted by his loving daughter, Gertie, and son-in-law, Jim and family. NOBEI&— -In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away at Geraldton on Jan uary 29, 1928. Day by day our thoughts do wander, To a grave not far away.. Where they laid our dear father, _, Just one year ago to-day. — Inserted by- his loving daughter and son-in-law, Emma and Norman and grandchildren, Fred, . Buby, George, Harry and Gertie. , ? NOBBIS— In loving memory of my dear father, .George Norris, who passed away, January 29, 1928. ?'?'??/' Sacred is the memory that will never fade, Sacred is the 'spot where he is hud. And God in His love and tender care Guard my'...

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