Elephind.com contains 173,556 items from Geraldton Guardian And Express
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929
jj HUMAN ASSETS AND LIABILITIES *\ A GOOD CITIZEN takes an interest in his town, and seeks op ' i portunities to serve it, event at the cost of a little time and money. ,i Above all he buys all his requirements in his own town. Usually he -' is th- kind of man one likes to meet. HE IS AN ASSET. A mere (' resident takes no interest in his town beyond getting his living from -[ it. He accepts service and business from his townsmen, but_ gives -i little or nothing in return. He will suffer the winter cold waiting a (i visit to Perth hoping to get an overcoat a little cheaper than in Ger ji aldton. HE IS A TOWN LIABILITY. ! ' buy nr Tons own town. 1 ADVANCE GERALDTON AND THE NORTH i ? (PHONE 253 Day and Night) (BOX 75) TERRIFIC TIMBER EXPLOSION ? y^f _ ______ R. JOSEPH'S FURNITURE ARCADE. GERALDTON Has now started a TIMBER YARD, and can supply JARRAH, OREGON, SHELVING, DOORS, WINDOWS, FLOORING BOARDS. Special Prices fo* Truck Lots. Bolts, Nails, Hinges, Wire Netting, Piping and Fittings...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929
ORDER NOW Cuming Smith or Mount Lyell .Superphosphate. — Manufactured by — The Farmers* Company \ ' ? ? ' - ' - - ?-???'?? Frigidaire Refrigerators for FOR EVERY HOME DELCO LIGHTING PLANTS Every Purpose COBNSACKS, WINDMILLS, PLOU GHS, TWIN CITY TEACTOBS. HUME SEPTIC TANKS and BEINFOSCED TROUGHS. All Classes of Fire and Marine Insurance. Colonial Mutual Life Insurance Society Ltd. J. E. PEARSON COMPANY P.O. Box 6. GERALDTON. Telephone 82. 'EAT MUNCIE'S BREAD' Because— IT LOOKS GOOD. IT TASTES GOOD. IT IS GOOD. It is Highly Peptonized therefore assists digestion. It contains Pure YEAST, Sterilised MTT.K', m^ MALT, making it a nutritious food. It keeps FEESH and MOIST longer than any other bread NOTE. — All our Wholemeal Bread is manufactured from selected Stone ground Wheat. W. MUNCIE, The Practical Baker, MODEL BAKERY. Phone 229 Geraldton Phone 229 f WONDERFUL VALUE! WONDERFUL VALUE! FOR WEDDING GIFTS OUR CUT CRYSTAL WARE IS ABSOLUTELY UNBEATABLE An Excellent Bange of all the Latest ...
AMUSEMENTS. To-night's Radio Attractions. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929
[?] To-Ni^it's Radio Attractions. 1.— Gazettes. f* 2. — f* Cleopatra' in Kiiiemacolour; 3. — The Dainty Delavales. ' . 4.' Annie Laurie,' — Lillian Gisli. ' 'Cleopatxa' in Natoral Colors. The first of a series of two reel pic tures in natural colors in ''Cleopat ra,* » starring Dorothy Bevier and LBobert Ellis, will:, be shown to-night and Wednesday. - 'Annie Laurie.' *: '** '-?« \ Annie Laurie, screening to-night and Wednesday,' and at Northampton, on Saturday, February 2t -is a very stirring recreation of . the mighty Highland drama' of oli Scottish his _tpfcy, .: coupled with . the sweetest love TBtftry ever brought ft* -the screen Huge old Scottish castles. ; thousands of 'extras in idlfs ' and tartans, im pt-jfc^aive mountain scenes, thundering battle actions and clan gatherings, ro. mance.and love,.- all are blended. Lil lian Gish playB . the title role, and Hojsart Bosworth, the ^rand old man of tie jscreen, appear*' as i%er prospee tive *ather-in-law. ' V£ }M:^ ?' 'The . Wis...
ACCIDENT ON THE BOULDER SHIFT BOSS KILLED OTHERS INJURED. Kalgoorlie, January 28 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929
ACCIDENT ON THE BOULDER SHIFT BOSS KILLED OTHEBS- INJtfBEB. ^ ' KaleooVlie, January 28: As a result of an accident in Ed wards Shaft on the Great Bou!d«r mine to-day one man was k'llcd ?.n-l sfvcral others were injured. John Denl 30, shift boss of the Boulder *ras the vic tim.- . . . ? ,..;.-. Am ore skip containing cigm me« was being raisea from; the 2650 feet to 2350 feet level, when it* became caught in a section of a jarrah skitT at the side of the shaft, which had worked loose. As the skip ascended, a broken end of the skid struck Beai on the back of the neck luffing him instantly. The. skid then splintered and pieces of the wood struck and injured several.other men. Fortunately the tenginc driver feeling the jerk on the rope stopped the skip within. about 20 feet, otherwise, it is probable ttiat. the other men would have been killed. . , . - . -
SHEEP BREEDING RECORDS U.S.A. FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929
SHEEP BREEDING RECORDS U.S.A. FIGURES. It is common for ewes to produce twin lambs, and once in a while trip lets are bom, but they seldom come iu litters. A ewe owned by an Ame rican farmer has, however, given birth to five living and kealthy animals. Xot only that, the entire lot were left with the ewe a few days before three of them were taken and fed with the bottle. When last heard about all wore living healthy, and gave promise of growing to maturity. The ewe, a rambouillet-Cotswold cross, Is owned by George Hust. of Victor, Idaho, who has a Mod; of 1-0 ewes. Had they ] brought sis more lambs he would have had a -'I' per cent, crop! Id the greater part of western, Asia, fro nitife immemorial, caravans have been the principal means of the transf or of merchandise. .
UPPER CHAPMAN NOTES SATISFACTORY WHEAT YIELDS. January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929
UPPER CHAPMAN NOTES SATISFACTOBY WHEAT YIELDS, j .lanuary '2*i. fn a few days the burning off ope rations on cut down timber in some parts of the district will commence. This event always cleaus the country from the undesirable presence of rep tiles and vermin which take cover iu the long grass during the summer months. Satisfactory accounts have come to hand concerning increased wiie.-it yields on sections of this area. One share fanner whose crop yielded 800 ( bags last year, will (it is said) har- ] vest 1200 or 1300 bags this season. Most of the farmers have completes ' their harvesting and carting. The removal of Mr. Charlie Kupseh's yield of between 8,000 and 9,000 bags has not been completed. j Two ten foot capacity harvesters have been stripping at Wicka. The operations are completed, but carting is nut -|inte finished. Mi'. .lack Konan, who is well known in the district, ami the oldest living wheat grower of Xabawah, has relin quished his holding through ill-healtb and has ...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. To remove stains caused by ma chine oil, use wet salt. A pinch of salt added to each pint of milk helps to beep it fresh during the hoi weather. Newspapers soaked in a strong so lution of soda and boiling water and s-jueezed to a pulp make a good sub stitute for cement^ and can be used to stop mouse, cricket, and cock roach holes. The odour of fish can be removed f. om knives and torks by covering them with tea leaves for a short time. Copal varnish may be applied to oilcloths and kept in good condition by polishing with an ordinary fur niture polish. Before cleaning brass rub it with a cut lemon. Polish in the ordinary way with soft cloths. If necessary apply the usual cleaning agent after this preliminary treatment. Mattresses which are not being used should be inspected from time to time, for they encourage moths. Powdered camphor sprinkled over the mattress, and under the covering ' dust-sheet, will help to keep the pcsL} away. Sea water often causes ugly stains...
BOWLS GERALDTON'S FIRST CARNIVAL. TRIGG WINS A DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929
BOWLS GERALDTOrTS FIRST CAR NIVAL TBIGG WINS A DOUBLE. (By 'Backhand.') The first carnival arranged by the Geraldton Bowling Clnb has proved very successful and reflects great credit on the hon. secretary (Mr. Lie benew) who had charge of all the ar rangements. The visitors frpm the metropolis were not numerous, but were very representative, as the Free masons, Boyal Park, Northam, Kit chener fart, ana Subiaeo clubs were all represented. Mr. G. Olney, presi dent of the Western Australian Bowl ing Association, as is usual with him, made his presence felt. Members of the Geraldton Bowling Club were de lighted to have Mr. Olney with them, and appreciate the good work he has done to foster bowls in country cen tres. His presence in Geraldton will have a marked effect on the number of bowlers who will visit Perth' for the Easter CarnivaL Both Sir. and Mrs. Olney became popular here, and the many friends they made are look ing forward to renewing their friend ship at some future date. The...
HOW HAILSTONES FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929
HOW HAILSTONES FORM. ? ? ? It is during summer-time that hail stones occur most frequently. One might expect that these balls of ice would fall from the sky on the cold days of winter, but it is the heat of summer that gives rise to them, for they can be formed only in thundery weather. When there is1 thunder about there are always very strong upward draughts of air. As raindrops begin to fall they are caught by these cur rents and carried to great heights, where they freeze solid. If they now fall to earth they arrive in the form of the small hailstones that are usually seen. Sometimes, however, after falling through the clouds and receiving a coating of moisture, they are carried up aea-'n by other currents. The mcisture freezes upon them, increas ing their size. The process may go on for some time, in which case the hailstone re ceives coating after coating of ice until it becomes as large as a mar ble or even an egg. Then it falls with millions of others, destroying r.rcrs, Icir...
MONSTERS OF THE DEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929
MONSTERS OF THE DEEP. ? «, .. What is the biggest creature living in the world to-day ? Most people would say the elephant but he is a mere pigmy in compari Eon with a full-grown whale, which would weigh down him and about fifty of his brothers and sisters if* they could be put into the pans of a gigantic pair of scales ! | A good-sized whale will run to ' abort 75ft. in length and weigh 100 j tons. Think what this vast bulk means. A tray horse is a huge animal, yet the .whale is a hundred times as h a~y. A single whale is about as v.cghty es tix hundred men. An ox-tongue weighs four or five ro 'nds ; a ton of oil has been ob iaincd from the tongue of one whale. n srite of bis huge size the whale fee's upon the softest and smallest tbings that live in the sea. One spe cies li /cs almost entirely upon jelly 1 sh ; another whale feeds chiefly on marie creatures so tiny that mil li ns are required to provide him with ore mouthful.
GERALDTON WEEK JUVENILES TAKE CONTROL FUN AND FROLIC [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929
GERALDTON WEEK JUVENILES TAKE CONTROL ! FUN AND FROLIC At noon to-day die children took charge of the town. As they inarched, through the streets from the Town Hsu» to the recreation gijound, business came to a standstill. ., Shops were' deserted as proud parents and interested shop as sistants stood on the footpath to wate'i the procession. . ? Nearly 500 children marched past, some with the assurance, of veterans, others evidently embarrassed by so much, attention.; and many a camera re corded . the event. Evidently the Mayor's advice had been taken to heart, for here and there tfas to be seen the pleasant spectacle of a town boy taking charge of a little friend from the coun try. The assembly took place at the Town HalL Here the children romped and played in exuberant spiirts. - As soon as the Mayor and Mayoress arrived they were surrounded by a throng of smiling young faces, sunburned ano happy, and many a treasured ice cream was smeared on a neighbour's back. The uneonventional...
SOUTH POLE DIAMONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929
SOUTH POLE DIAMONDS. There is a wonderful diamond mine in the Antarctic regions. This statement was made by mem bers of the Shackelton-Rowett Bxpe dilion. On a small island near South Georgia, on the- fringe of the great icefields which guard the South Pole, soil was discovered which the Quest's mineralogist declared to be the type t'::at carries diamonds. Ihe expedition also discovered yel low quartz, and it is expected that an attempt will be made by a South African company to locate! the dia mc nd rr inc. Ihis is only one of the many dis coveries made by members of the ex pedition. Gigantic forests were dis covered under the sea, and vast new fshing grounds were located. The Antarc'ic waters are swarming with ediMe fish, and present a new outlet for the fish'ng industry. In fact, the fish are ro plentiful that the expedi tion ne^er needed to use bait of any description 1 Extensive soundings were taken, and the greatest depth recorded was 2,700 fathoms.
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929
PERSONAL. i The wedding of Miss Mary Moun tain and Mr. Beginald Perey will take place this evening at Christ Church, Geraldton. ? ? ? ? Mr. C. P. Smith, managing editor of 'The West Australian,' \vfio ar rived by yesterday's train, will return by 'plane to. Perth to-morrow. ? * * - Bir William and Lady Lathlaiu, ac companied by their daughter, Joy, will, leave for England by the R.M.S. Mon golia on April 1st. After an enjoyable holiday spent with her sister, Mrs. Will WeUber, at Waggrakine, near Geraldton, Mrs. Annie Skinner has returned to her home in Hyde Street, Mt. Lawley. Mrs. Ada Whitfield, of Geraldton, who has iteen visiting friends at York for some months, is at present an in mate of the York hospital, suffering from, the after effects of influenza. ? ? ? Mrs. Fred Maley (Lewese Maley) of Greenough, is spending holidays with sisters and friends in the metro politan area. Her new book, entitled 'Joan Fowler's Millions,' is now* in the hands of the London publishers. * « * Mr...
THE PEARLING SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929
THE PEARLING SEASON At the end of December most of the pearling fleets of the North-West had been laid up, and it was then possible to estimate the year's catch. In 1!):27 the quantity ot shell fished was 7'.\.\ tons, but at the end of December last 808 tons had been landed, with an average of ju^t over nine tons per boat. .Sev eral fleets averaged over 12 tons, an I with the price of shell at £180 thi^ wan considered a satisfactory return for the year. London's birth-rate has fallen contin uously since 1921, and the proportion of children under fifteen per hundred of the population has . decreased from thirty per cent, in 1001 1o twenty-six per cent, at -the last census.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929
MURDOCH'S SAME DAY SERVICE DEVELOPING AND PRINTING GUARANTEES SPEED AND SATISFACTION. PHONE 16 P.O. BOX 35 | This SYMBOL Denotes the \^^^^. % AND MECHANICAL PERFECTION £fnt9!i5P&lfi! ? '? Graham-Paige Motor Cars ISiSjlf^-Liftl^ll :: J. E. PEARSON COMPANY ^SBWiraffi GERALDTON WEEK TO-NIGHT— DANCE IN THE TOWN HALL AMATEUR BOXING TOURNAMENT IN CATHEDRAL HALL Entries Close with Mr. Ted Clifton. SHOP DECORATIONS Will be Judgee TO-MORROW (Thursday) at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. by Special Committee SEE — - . SPARGO'S REVUE COMPANY TOWN HALL— THURSDAY AND FRIDAY BIG BEACH GALA DAY ? SATURDAY
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929
LOCAL & GENERAL Thjrrsday's Postal Arrangements. — At the post office a half holiday -will be observed from noon on Thursday op the occasion of the athlqtic sports. The office will be open from 8 a.m. to noon for all classes of business. The first delivery of letters by postmen only will be made. The telephone ex change, having a continuous service, will be open as usual. A Fire Call — The Fire Brigade re ceived a call this afternoon to Augus tus Street, where some thick grass on a vacant block of land had caught fire and there was a danger of it spreading to the neighboring houses. The flames were soon under control, no damage be ing done. A Lenient Bench. — A regular offen der in George' Nicholas, a fisherman, appeared before Mr. G. Lester, J.V., ia the Police Court this morning and ad mitted a charge of being intoxicated in Marine Terrace yesterday. Defen dant said he had only had a few glasses of wine. Sergeant Normoyle said he was an old offender, and had been given ple...
CAR MYSTERY A MISSING MOTORIST SIGNS OF STRUGGLE SINGULAR STORY Melbourne, January 29 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929
CAR MYSTERY A MISSING MOTORIST SIGNS OF STRUGGLE SINGULAR. STORY Melbourne, January 29 j^ Having ^Hiud »g trace «^f . £h$-uiss- vin*g'-mct\Jriirf,:''W:'.A'WilKauJ^k|Sd-:^33j electrician and contractor of ,Goulburn, N.S.W., the police believe either he is suffering from loss of memory and is wandering about the country or has committed suicide. His friends in Melbourne, however, discount tho suggestion that Williams has taken his life, for when at Caulfield on Friday night he was in ' normal spirits. : - . Williams' motor car was found in a lonely lane off Station Boad, Donny brook, early on Sunday. It was facing Donnybrook railway station. The car, which is believed to have been driven by Williams from Melbourne, contain ed a full petrol tin, which was bespat tered with blood. The back of the front seat wa- also blood stained. Williams' discarded trousers and shoes were in the car. The police also found a bottle, which had contained wine and on the floor of the car were* two empty r...