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INDUSTRIAL PEACE A.W.U. ATTITUDE, "OTHER FELLOWS POINT OF VIEW" NO PARTICIPATION IN CONFERENCE, Brisbane, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

INDUSTRIAL PEACE A.W.U. ATTHUDfe 'OTHER FELLOWS POINi OF VIEW' NO PARTICIPATION IN CONFER ? ' . '' ENCE .Brisbane, January -29. A notable feature of to-day's session of the Australian Workers' Union Con vention, at Coolaagatta -was the effec tive presidential address delivered by Senator Barnes, dealing with the year, which he described as one of the most trying in the history of the organisa tion. Senator Barnes' popularity as presi dent was strikingly demonstrated, when, at the conclusion, he was cheered loudly by the delegates. When discussion was resumed' in connection with the representation of the Union at the Industrial Peace Con ference the Convention had before it a motion moved by Mr. J'. Cauipbc'l (Queensland), endorsuiK the action of the Executive in refusing to participate, and an amendment by Mr. J. JuiLs (Tasmania), urging participation n- the forthcoming Conference. . . One delegate expressed the opinion that it the delegates approached the position from the view tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

DIRECTION ? GEKALDTON WEEK COMMITTEE Thursday and Friday, January 31, and February 1 TOWN HALL, GEEALDTON. 'LOVE IN THE NORTH' A Musical licvue in Two Acts written and Prodnccd by F. W. Spargo, DON 'T MISS THIS TEOPICAL TOPtCAL TON OF TOMFOOLERY ! ! A Story of Life and Love in the North ?with a musical accompaniment. ACT I. SUMMER GARDEN OF HOTEL ESPLANADE, PERTH ACT 2. BEACH CARNIVAL AT GERALDTON. Cast of CHARACTERS. The Father (Mr. Dumaresque) Mr. A.Robinson; His Wife, Miss MRobe son; Marion (their daughter), Miss O. Davis; James Winton (a wealthy investor) Mr. J. Holuian; Simmons (his valet) Mr. T. Carter; Aunt Helen Hunt, Miss E. Evensen. Supported by Messrs A. Stenbcuse, Harris and Bearde and the charming and vivacious Eight Beauties in dainty ballets and novelties. Elaborate Costuming. Now Scenery. Eat^ancinj^ Musical Numbers. Humorous Gags. Full Orchestra and Lighting Effects. PRICES: 4/S 3/-, 2/2 and children half price. Box Plan at Logan's No Extras for Booking. THE MUSICAL...

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SWIM THROUGH PERTH [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

SWIM THROUGH PERTH r. Thorson starting. He repeated his last year's performance of fastest time, i

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A SUCCESSFUL HUNTER KANGAROO AND EMU CATCHING SPECIMENS FOR EUROPEAN ZOOS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

A SUCCESSFUL HUNTER KANGAROO AND EMU CATCHING SPECIMENS FOE EUROPEAN ZOOS Mr. V. E. Caiter, of Yalgoo, has es tablished quite an industry trapping our native fauna for European zoological garden?. The Xortham 'Advertier' recently published the following interview: 3£r. Carter tad hi headquarters at Yalgoo, and from that centre travels many hun dreds of miles on his trapping expedi tions. Accompanying him as an p.s-' sistaut is a naiive boy who is capable of driving the track in an emergency. The point M.r. Carter emphasised - was that people living in the southern part of the State did not realise the menace kangaroos aud emus represented. There are, he says, Countless Thousands of the peste ,and yet they are afforded I a large measure of protection by the I Government. F»r instencc, only a very .small number is permitted to be ex ported each year. ? During the past three months' 5i... Garter has sent away four truck loads of kangaroos and one truck of emu;, which have gone to zoolo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

THE GERALDTON GUARDIAN & EXPRESS PUBLISHED DAILY At 5 'm. (6 p.m. Saturdays). Prepaid Subscription Bates: — (Post Free). - 3~lnonth8 ? - ? 13/ 6 months . ? ? 25/6 9 months ? 38/ 12 months ? 50/ Booked:— 14/- VeT quarter (post free). ? . .„, ? .. Scale of Advertising Bates. Classified columns for Advertise ments will appear in the 'Geraldton Guardian and Express' as occasion re quires. Sates for Ordinary Type Set and Display Advertisements: — Casual Advertisements, 4/- per _*_j. 25in. up to lOOin. to be used witnin 6 months, 3/- per single column ir-ib. lOOiu, lap to 250in. to be used within I* months, 2/6 per single column inch. 250in. up to 500in. to be used within 12 months, 1/9 per single column inch. SOOin. up to ljOOOin. to be used with in 12 months, 176 per single -column inch. l,000in, or more to be used within 12 months, 1/3 per single column -*- inch. Leader Page 25 per «ent extra. Births, up to 5 lines, minimmri 2/6. Each additional line 6d. - Deaths, Marriages, En...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

HANDY FOODS ENGLISH FILLET, KIPPERS, POLONEY, SAVELOYS, GAELIC SAUSAGE, FRITZ COOKED CORN BEEF AND HAM BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE. K1A ORA TEA ROOMS WALTER H. WILLCOCKS - ?-»miiwHmiiimjMlmMIMMHBHa^a^3 = ??- ? ' ~*&M z I have '^M I accommodation!! I FOIC THlJiTY VISITORS SOK - Jf|j | GESAU-TOJT WEEK * S*-: | At KIA ORA HOUSE 4| | (Next to. National Bank) -jUbi -i . ?.. l£i i Apply — WALTER H. WI£UXKXS=^ i f- 8 ? ; ? „ ? a-TVi .a

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The Geraldton Guardian & Express WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1929. FLAWS IN A FINE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

(Suarfrxait 2* -£xpree& WKDXKSDAY, JAKUAKl P.O, !!?!'.? FLAWS IN A FUSS KBPORT A feature of the report of the Kcu nomic Mission which was not consider ed in an earlier article in thi column, but which is abundantly, jKvofSpng of comment, is the assumption that pri vate enterprise should be allowed far greater scope than ' has .hitherto been the case in the development of the re sources of the Commonwealth. Had this pronouncement merely referred to such State trading concerns as are carrying on business in competition with private enterprise, there would have been many ready to applaud it. The language of the report, however, makes clear the fact that the members of the Mission were referring to those great developmental works which have, thus far in the history of Australia, been the unquestioned prerogative of Governments. This sweeping assumption is the nat ural outcome of .the application of min/Ls saturated in the traditions of an older civilisation to the problems of a ...

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LONDON WOOL SALES MERINO SELLS BRISKLY, London, January 29 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

LONDON WOOL SALES MERINO SELLS BRISKLY London, January i'.K A^flu; mod! sales to-ilay there were IMMW I will's offered, including an unusual proportion of Australian scoured merino which sold «? briskly, except Victorian combing iiml Iambs' wool, which were often withdrawn. Several good lines -uf New Zealand greasy and scoured «-lip.s sold resuliJy, principally to the Continent at late values. New South Wales, Orandunbie, greasy sold at U8d., and Queensland well-shot, scoured, sup er clothing sorts brought 4i!d.. Xi:w Zealand greasy crossbred was in liberal supply and included excep- . tionally well-grown new clips for which Umiie and foreign buyers spiritedly j competed, the latter securing the best j 36 's at 26d. Finest half-bred slipe lambs, CMC/Eclipso, brought :28*d.

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TELEPHONE CALLS AN INCREASE Of 230 PEE CENT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

TELEPHONE CALLS AN INCBEASE Of 230 PEE CENT. During 1928 more than 32,000 trunk line telephone calls were pat through ia the Commonwealth. These figures were quoted recently by the Director-General of Post and Telegraph Services' (itr. H. P. Brown) to illustrate the development of the long distance telephone system in Australia particularly in the last few years. Mr. Brown stated that there were only 9,700,000 calls in the year ended June 30. 1918. Last year's figures re presented an increase of 230 per cent. There were now, he said, 293,000 miles of trunk wire in use in the Common wealth, Ten years ago there were only 100,000 miles. The increase wao 198 per cent In addition, the carrier wave syftein, which enabled several channels of com munication to be obtained over the one pair .of wiies was operating1 on several long aad important routes. Sydney and Melbourne were linked by a direct trunk line in 1907. Since then the com munity of interest between the two capitals had increased...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

The BIG STOrI EXTENDS A HEARTY WELCOME TO All ? ? ?? ?'' .-^sSi ? ? ? V-'- '-*''5';S I ' ? '-££; : - We hav-3 Spared no Effort to make our DRAPERY ?* S li .T DISPLAY an Unqualified Success in orcter/to make ? ^ 3 QERALDTON WEEK orie to be Remembered by ^1 ^i ?S Young and Old. ,. ^;,|g ?''..'?' ? ? ? ' ''- '.'?'.' * ^S^K BEST GOODS and MARVELLOUS VALUES,^ surpassed in the State, are to be had ai ^ FRANK GREET' & v CO'S:-ie:'sTOiiKE.:yT; ^^ . .--??? .' ?' ?' ^:S§^ SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY I 1^ Frank Green $ ;CS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

The VICTORIA Insurance Co.,Ltd. I ' THI OUt»£SS A7JSTEALIAN OFFICE . ' '' ' .BsHL;;i|U«iBL?-;€-^ 'Si &ZFE, til. ?irirtS' COMPENSATION, MOTOB GAB £BD ' gfcxtM Wm ACCIDENT POLICIES EFFECTED. jv-V. , , t?^® ^ffi ^.. JOSEPH, Local Agert — CHAS. H. CUELEWIS, Manaeer. XSBDS^ »^S

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

RADIO ATTRACTION^ AGAIN TO-NIGHT NORTHAMPTON, MONDAY 4th On the Stage — VAL — The Dainty Delavalcs — OLIVE VAL — The Dainty Delavales — OLIVE VAL— The Dainty Delavales — OLIVE In New Songs and Patter Dancing ON THE SCREEN TO-NIGHT* NORTjBLAJtfPTOar, SATURDAY 2nd Lillian Gish in*'ANNIE LAURIE' Lillian Gish. jn 'ANNffi LAURIE' Lillian Gish jn 'ANNIE LAURIE' Lillian Gish 'in 'ANNIE LAURIE' : .. Also The Latest in Colour Photography Dorothy Revrier in 'CLEOPATRA' Dorothy Rewier in 'CLEOPATRA' Dorothy Rewier in 'CLEOPATRA' Dorothy- 'Rewier tn 'CLEOPATRA' ' A two reel special with two popular stare filmed in natural colours. THURSDAY ONLT RICHARD BARTHLEMESS RICHARD jBARTHLEMESS 1U 'OUJT—QF— THE— RUINS' * * OUT — OF—THE — RUINS' * and PHYLLIS HAVER & TOM MOORE PHYLLIS HAVER & TOM MOORE in 'THE— WISE — WIPE' FRIDA'2~, FEBRUARY 1, 1929. FORD STERLING and NANCY CARROLL in * ' CHICKEN— A— LA— B3NG' ' 0 'CHICKEN— A— LA— KING' - and * .' JAS6*N ROBARDS and # - ? ' -GERTRUDE SHOR...

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PATHOS AND HUMOUR. LOCAL ARTISTS' GOOD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

PATHOS AND HUMOURl! IX)GAL ARTISTS' JGOOD - WOKK^^ ? ??????: .-? yr'vigasss 'The Chimney Corner,' prcse*^^ last night by the GeraMtoa - Jtaifaitlli Company, charmed the bilge. mB0**M Many eyes wets filled -'«titf|;flfc|9g|| the wull-actcd tragedy 'jee^^^^ happy laughter showed . that -itb^fgiai^ humour- was appreciated.' Iff ?4&ft^feJ joyment by the audience' isj^l^^^^ success, then 'The Cihimitty' j-a^^^^ was successful indeed. ^ S-'^S|^S This play was preceded by a »bffia^| musical program, in irfaidi :hn^^^ much of it local prbduction, pteOm^^M ed.:. . ? ' - ?? - ? r:r^*^:^y0 The company is to be «Onga£BlatefL^ on its skill in production, its ^ft^Bati acting, and its ^ood selection. Xoerarjl member is equal praise dneJ ' :'vt'iJ^

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WINDFALL FOR FARMERS CHICAGO RECORDS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

WINDFALL FOR FARMERS CHICAGO BECpRDS Increased speculative interest in taa grain markets, and record hi'jgft prices for hogs, arei calculated to have added £200,000,000 to the American farmers7 wealth recently. Wheat jrecently advanc ed 15 cents (7|di) a imshel from the New Year's low point. , ..? -t ?

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A LIFE SENTENCE UPHOLDING PROHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

A^ LIFE SENTENCE UPHOLDING iqftOHIBSriON Channie Tripp,'37, of Flint, was.s-.ii-' tcneed. recently to, life imprisonment fol-^ lowing conviction of .a fourth, violation of the prohibition law. .The.sentencc was pronounced by -Circuit Judge Fred' W. Brennan under the new. state crim inal code, which makes a life sentence mandatory £or a*'fourtb. felony convic tion. Fred Palm, of TjuilsiTig, was sen tenced' to a life term on conviction of possessing a pint, of gin several months ago, after three felony convictions, says a New York message.

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THE GOLD YIELD Perth, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

THE GOLD TIEXJ- [?] Ti.e gold yield for December totalled- --f^M r.(»,097 fine ounces, bringing the total ; ?s'.'''-v' for the year to 393,405 ounces, Talned :-' -?}£?- at £1,671,088. This was a farther dc- / :'}-'* clin*' in tlio anuual output; the «t«Teas3 '??-. ^i in production i'or the year. rompaicJ . ? V-.T'.^ wiih 1-»27. being 1 5,4 1 7 ounces, value*- :}^M at £fi^.4Sn. Tlu» valu-- of gol.l won ia'/'jS^ Westen: Australia has now rcadM?4 ife^^Ssl grand total of £159,333,503. v : I-r'-^&lS

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OUR BANKRUPTCY LAWS RED TAPE BADLY KNOTTED CHIEF JUSTICE'S CRITICISM Perth, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

OUR BANKRUPTCY LAWS RED TAPE BADLY KNOTTED CHIEF JUSTICE'S CRITICISM ?- Perth, January 30; In the Bankruptcy Court yesterday, the Chief Justice, Sir fiobert McMillan, commented on sections of the State and Federal Bankruptcy Acts, relating to creditors' petitions. His Honour said: 'We had to ad minister the old act for 26 years, and it appeared to- be simpler, quicker and cheaper 'than the new Act. 'There appeared to be a lot .of reel tape in the new Act, and in places it seemed to be badly knotted.'

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ATLANTIC STORMS. RIPPING BATTERED VESSELS IN DISTRESS FEARED LOSS OF THREE SHIPS. New York, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

ATLANTIC STORMS — ♦ ? RIPPING BATTERED VESSELS IN DISTRESS ;-'?'?{ ' _. ? I ;? %-^: - : ' FEARED LOSS OF THREE SHIPS New York, January 2S. The hope of saving three steamers in distress' in the Atlantic, with aggre gate crews of over 75 dwindled further to-night, as the. storms have inereaset! in fury, after having battered shipping for over a week. The Italian freighter, Capo Vado; tho Norwegian steamship, Fernlane; and the trawler, Reiner, have* remained si Jent now for several days. No other veseels have reported hav ing found them, though many arc searching. - ' The British freighter,. Silverfern, has rigged a jury rudder, and is steaming slowly towards the coastguard cutter. Tampa, which is hurrying to meet her. The, Silverfern will probably be safe, but it is. feared the others will hav-» foundered, unless one of the score ot' tearching vessels reports their discov ery very soon. . j

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PREPARING FREMANTLE'S NEW CRANE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

PREPARING FREMANTLE'S NEW CRANE Among the big jobs occupying the State Implement Works at North Fxemantle, is the making of parts of tiie 20-ton electric crane, which is being erected at Victoria Quay. When completed it will be the largest crane on the wharf . The picture 'shows the steering gear of the crane, i , (Blocks by courtesy of the 'West Australian.'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

Freparingr Fremantle's New Crane. Tlie giant hook which is to serve flu new crane. The crane will tower nearly a hundred feet, and the hook weighs about four hundredweight.

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