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THE KING'S ILLNESS ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY PROGRESS CONTINUES London, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

THE KING'S ILLNESS ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY PROGRESS CONTINUES London, January 29. To-day's bulletin states that the King's progress towards recovery Is continuing.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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SYDNEY EMPLOYERS INSIST UPON 48 HOURS' WEEK. Sydney, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

SYDNEY EMPLOYERS INSIST UPON 48 HOOTS' WEEK. ' Sydney, January 29. Notice will be given by the Sydney Suburban Timber Merchants' Associa tion; to the Timbers Workers' Union, that the clause in the new Award pro viding for a 48 hours' week will be 'brought into operation on Friday. All employees who refused to worfc / the additional four hours will be auto matically dismissed.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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THE TIMBER TRADE DISPUTE OVER HOURS MORE MEN DISMISSED Adelaide, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

THE TIMBER TRADE ? -^ ? DISPUTE OVER HOURS MORE (MEN DISMISSED Adelaide, January 29. About 600 timber yaru employee*, wh,o reported for work at eight o'clock this morning instead of 7.30, were dis missed to-day. Some left the premises at ence; but others reroained discuss ing the position, and waiting to be paid. The wages were paid up to last Thursday night. Some claimed they were entitled to pay for Friday, Saturday morning an-J the holiday on Monday. Later it was stated, some of the mi!?* would pay to-morrow for work done o» Friday and Saturday. During the day, buyers, who brought 1 their own vehicles, ? obtained timber, which was loaded by the foremen and the office staffs. The employers did not try to picket the mills, and did not interfere with the buyers

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THE WHEAT YIELD EQUAL TO LAST YEAR VALUE OF BETTER FARMING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

THE WHEAT YIELD EQUAL TO LAST YEAR VALUE OF BETTEE FARMING If the estimate ot the Director of Agriculture (Mr. G. 1,. button ) is rea lised, the 1SI2S-2H wheat yield will by considerably above the official es'Smatc of ;-l.!Xt(i.-ji)o bushels. Mr. Sutton is confident tlr.it the yield will prove about equal to that of last year, name ly, 'J(j million bushels. Tuf. iat-; 5ain fall during the critical growing period, 1 he said, led to the belief that the vicld would be comparatively li^ht, but the improved farming methods adopted by many farmers sayeif ilie situation, und crops in :i great many in:-t;m--es ha-1 turned out better 1h:ui was anticipated. 1m ir IHI'S, time birth ,:i imilar num ber :-i: marriages ami seven deaths \vcr», regisiercd j,, ,;lc V;,]yllu ?.Ygisuy Jj,v Iric-l, With the utuiiisl sr--ia .hr .-.aid: 'i wouldn rt many you if you were tliv last man in the world.' 'Xo,' he re plied, 'you wouldn't. You:d get trampled to death in the first rush.'

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

AMUSEMENIS- To-Night's Radio Attractaans: — 1. Gazettes. 2. 'Cleopatra,' in Kinwrnqihnr, 3. The Dainty Dclavales. ' ** ''% 4. 'Annie Laurie. '— Lillian Gish. * -= 'AinSaie Laurie' — J Thousands of Scots armed witit day^*l mores, dirks and bucklers mingle to tte*3 blood-tingling echo of bagpipes ia i»«4j mist enshrouded Highlands in 'AmbW3| Laurie,' screening again tchnighf, mm? 5§ at Northampton ion Saturday. »' ~2l Dainty Delavales— .^ Tj| These talented artists will present *_ 1 comx'lete change of programme fawner- ~J row night, -J 'Out of the Ruins' ? ' £ Devotion seldom encountered l»nt' % often told of in stories of fact and fie- ^ S tion, occurs in 'Out of tius BaB%*-^ starring Bichard Barthclmess, saa*^ screening on Thursday. - ^ -| A Tip-Top Comedy— ~ 3g In a new comedy, 'Tic Wise Wife,**-5| screening on Thursday, Phyllis ttwer-Sjj is seen as a) home-loving wife xsho pie-^ vents a flapper from stealing her las-^ band from her. Tom MegnTns tbss^% husband, Jacqueline Logan, t...

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VISITORS TO GERALDTON CORDIAL CIVIC RECEPTION INTERESTING SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

VISITORS TO GERALDTON CORDIAL CIVIC RECEPTION INTERESTING SPEECHES. A representative gathering of local business and professional people gath ered in the Council Clambers this morning to welcome the distinguished visitors here for Geraldton Week. The Mayor (Mr. G. E. Sewell) was in the chair, and the principal guests were the three members of the Cabi net (Messrs J. M. Drew, J. C. Will eock and S. W. Munsie), Mr. Burnett Gray and Mr. C. P. Smith. District's Future Assured. The Mayor (Mr. G. E. Sewell) wel comed the visitors and said that he liked to see distinguished visitors not only for the benefit of the district, but because Geraldton people liked having them. Geraldton enjoyed a climate of which its citizens were justly proud, as life did not become burdensome summer or winter. In Geraldton the visitors would find a place of enormous possi bilities, which were only partially de veloped, including all kinds of indus tries, in addition to primary production. Last year over a mill...

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THE HARBOUR WORKS MINISTER AND ENGINEER-IN-CHIEF EARLY VISIT TO GERALDTON [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

THE HARBOUR WORKS MINISTER AND ENGINEER IN-CHIEF EAKLY VISIT TO GERALDTON The Chief Secretary (Mr. J. M. Drew) speaking at the Civie Beception this morning, said the present Government had pursued a decentralisation policy since its inception, and had decided to connect the Wiluna railway with Ger aldton despite the opposition of the Eastern goldfields. They were urged to spend more money on the harbour, but it nuu-t not be forgotten the Wilnna railway had to be built, and water sup plies provided for farmers. The Min ister for Works, Mr. MeCalluui, witn the Engineer-in-Chief (Mr. Stilenian). would arrive in Geraldton in a few days to examine the whole question, and. would submit a report to the Govern ment. The State Mining Engineer w.ould visit Peak Hill to report on the man ganese deposits in the next few days, i and if the statements made regarding these deposits were verified, they would be an even greater source of wealtn than could be conceived.

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NATIONAL FLORA METHODS OF PRESERVATION ACTION IN NEW SOOTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

NATIONAL FLORA METHODS OF PRESERVA- rSli ? TION ? ' ':^^H — vi||jj ACTION IN NEW SOOTH WXLEB^^^M Preservation of our national flora «s ? ,;4 a necessity most people arc irgneeit r^ - upon. The methods of ensuring p»- i^ tection, however, become a detiatable - vj| issue. ~'t ~-~\& In Xew South Wales Paxfiahnjp^ v- has 'been driven to the desperate jie-. ::-s sort of not only prohibiting t&e l^sk-, i J ing of wild flowers, but forbidding aX-.-fl so their sale in the city. One zesalt' .*|^H in Sydney of the Wild Ftower*\Brp-^ -:;||| tection Act, according to the spiewar ..jj^^g correspondent of the M^HHiiate^fg^S 'Age,' was that the profnsiom ^%'^^M Christmas bells and Christmas tree— v: ''^^^ usually a feature of flower stalls- in? - ^v^^ that, city at Christmastide— isas aniss- -; '; :;i»i.|pj ing on this occasion. The public ??*?-' .;l^^§ cry there seems now to be directed to-- '; ? ™32p3i| wards the necessity for cultivation of;.;---: '*M these beautiful blossoms an...

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GERALDTON WEEK THE PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

GERALDTON WEEK THE PBOGKAMME The folios-ring is the programme for ? he remainder of the Week: — Thursday, January 31 — Morning — Beach Attractions for the Kiddies. Afternoon. — Athletic Meeting, Ger aldtbn Gift, etc., £125 in prizes. Friday, Feoruary i — A free day for visitors — Gar trips, etc by arrangement. Free picture mat inee f,«r children. Evening. — Spargo's Musical fievue Co., in the Town HalL Saturday, February 2 — Morning and Afternoon. — Lnter- distriet Cricket Matches; Rowing, Yachting and Monster Swimming Car nival. Afternoon — Inter-district Cricket Matches; Beach Gala Day; Howing, Yachting and Swimming races. Evening. — Children's fancy and plain dress ball. Sunday, February 3 (unofficial) ? Afternoon — Beach and Aquatic Sports- yjiooting Tournament — All day. Evening. — Open-air Concert on the E.planade. There will also be croquet for ladies, rjfle competitions, sjurfing demonstra -ons, fishing trips, side shows and nov elties.

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OUR SPORTING LETTER Perth, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

OUR SPORTING LETTER (By 'Loehid.') Perth, January 28. Belmont Park will be the rendez vous for racegoers next Saturday. There are 175 entries. A yearling brother to Mr. Lcc JSteere's Derby winner, Second Wind, has been purchased in Kew Zealand for the same owner for 425 gns. The Carnarvon Gup winner, Appian Way, ia now being trained at head quarters by veteran Fred Tmij who has also added Overchange to his string. . Gothie, who Won the last two New market Handicaps, was an easy win ner on Saturday of the first weigh* for.-age race of the year in Melbourne The six-year-old son of Tracery will get a record- weight on February 4 for the next Newmarket, for which he has already been backed. SoL Green's imported stallion, Son o1 Mine, who* -Tpas a quiet tip for the Australian Cap, is amiss, and majr~ not race again. '- He has been withdrawn from that race and from the Sydney Cop. ? ' The well-known. ? owner-trainer, Bob Burns, . who has led in more winners than_*HHE other monitor in Aust...

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THE TURF SATURDAY'S RACING AT ASCOT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

THE TURF SATUBDAY'S BACING AT ASCOT. Our sporting correspondent, 'Loch- ieV' writes: — Backers were badly beaten at head quarters on Saturday, only one favor ite justifying support. The stewards suspended two joekeys^ -W. Buddie and D. Mailer) for a. month for care less riding. An inquiry into the run ning of Crystal Stream was adjourned until to-morrow. Trainer Burns and owner Winterbottom won a doable with Coolab and Stunsail, who are to be auctioned on Tuesday. There is likely to be keen competition for the latter, a two-year-old filly by the fly ing Top Gallant, who won the 1926 Caulfield Futurity Stakes with 10.2 in 1.261. In a fieia of 20, Crystal Stream was made a 7 to 4 favorite for the raco for local breds, the four-year-old stal lion having 71b. apprentice allowance. Miss Agnes and Merry Beggar had ? sup port at 8's and Moinette at 12'a and 10's The last-named won comfortably by a neck from the unlucky Threse, with Poletac a fair third, La Valliere four th, and the fast-fi...

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ARCHBISHOP RILEY TENDERS HIS RESIGNATION CONTINUED ILL-HEALTH. Perth, January 30 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

ARCHBISHOP RILEY TENDERS HIS RESIG NATION CONTINUED ILLflEALTK ? ? ' » - '. Perth, January 30. Archbishop, Biley, who ifior some tinia has teen, suffering continued' ill-health, 'forcing him latterly to suspend his out door, activities, submitted his resigna tion from office last week to the Dioces san Council-of the Church of England. At a meeting yesterday afternoon the Council received the resignation with profound regret.

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BRITISH CLEARERS' CAMP DESCRIPTION OF THE LIFE.REAL PIONEERS AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

BRITISH CLEARER? CAM? DESCRIPTION OF THE LIFE BEAT. PIOSEBES AT WORK. L. Wliite, wilting in 'The Outlo.ok' Jhc organ of the Hew i&ttlcrs League of Western Austiiilia thus describes a. day in a camp of British clearers: — Bn!. Brrl. goes the alarm clock. Time, ?1 a.m. in a typical clearers' camp, con sLsting of hslf-a-dnzmi' tents, znd a ba.jj haiapy 'for meals. I stifle a yawsr, auil turn over' in my bunk for another five minutes, While ir.y tent companion crawls out -of -bed, more asleep than awake, -'to make the porridge and boil the J^Ir. -or fea^-as we all. take_ oiii« turn atrtlie most unwelcome- task of pre paring breakfast before funrise. The ik'xI thing I Lear is Jock (that-s my companion) shouting: 'Get up, you lazy bounders; think you're in «? rest home?' all the whiic banging ^ kerosene tin most /vigorously. * So out I get, and make for the water; j have a wash, and then to breakfast. j By this time the -sun is just rising over the horizon, with a wealth of goW en...

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STATE CENTENARY INCREASING ENTHUSIASM BIG INFLUX OF VISITORS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

^ STATE 'CENtlltt^i^J INCREASING E1*TH0SMM^^ BIG INTLUX OF ?PiwiwWMMmJ^r'^''^ FECTEto. .;*? : ; '. .^r'i'iC^ iM The first events in connection intlt ,'_f Western AustraUa's CenjUauuryl^i^ -^^ brations have been lieid,*nd tiiiio^gfc.*^^? oijt the State there in mmws^ ?^^^ thusiasm and anticipation : pt ':. a y*im? -.-* ,ie^ derful year. Country centres an: 'iie-r** ^4 ing with each otiier, and lave 'udoy-' ~'\2 ed programmes whieh trill '-'«£ infly^^^M be a reminder, of Iiistorie evat& 'fl^l^&S unportance and significance of -wiifidt;^^ in the light of a hundred yeaa» dCTB^'S^ lopment are to-day so apparcof^ liot' .3||| which will emphasise the part 'JfceH^fpS centres are playing in the great '^3'^^ ward movement that has brought 13^ '^^ State into sueh nation-w^de promm- -'?'?.%.^ ence in the last few years. a*fe:S^ spirit of healthy growth is aafali;^ throughout the agricultural ' axe^K^^M More and more the value of tte^rSfJi State's tremendous natural -resources^- ...

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N.S.W. BEER STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

K.S.W. BEER STRIKE. A beer strike is being urged at Cullen Bullen, a mining township in the Lithgow district, where the strik ers- contend that beer should be re tailed locally at the same price as at Portland — 4d. a glass and 4/6 a demi john. At Cullen Bullen it is 6d. a glass and 5/- a demijohn. The hotel proprietor refused to reduce the price, and for several days the hotel has been boycotted. 'Bloomers,''' the original 'dividea skirte' for women, have just celebrated their seventy-seventh birthday. They were named after their inventor, Mrs. Amelia Bloomer, of Massachusetts, U.S.A.

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AFGHANISTAN RIVALS FOR THE THRONE NATIONALS BEING EVACUATED. Calcutta, January 29 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

AFGHANISTAN RIVALS FOR THE THRONE NATIONALS BEING EVACU - ATED. ? Calcutta, January 39. Ali Ahmed Khan*, a former Governor of Kabul and brother-in-law of Aman ullah. has been proclaimed K'ing of Af ghanistan by the Shinwaris and other tribesmen at Jagdalak, near Jalabad. The Shinwaris -and their supporters are now marching on Kabul, ' where the rebels' leader, Habibullah Khan, who was acclaimed king when he captured Kabul, has just -formed a cabinet. In view of this new development the Government of India has decided to evacuate British and Foreign Nationals from the Legations at Kabul. Troop planes were scheduled to leave Pesha war this morning. Tho British ?*! in:.ster, Sir FmncL« Humphreys will be last to leave.

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TENNIS HOWATHARRA v. YETNA [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 30 January 1929

TENNIS HOWATHAEEA v. YBTNA On January 13 a team of tennis play ers from the Howatnarra club paid a visit to Yctna and played a match with the Yetna club. The results are as follows. . Howatharra playws fceing .mentioned first: — Mixed Doubles First liound. — V. Jackson and Hiss or. Jackson lost to Ted Murphy and Miss H, Murphy 5-6, P. . Skeehan ami Miss A.*Jackson lost to L. Murjihy and Mi&s Cooper 3-'i, J. Jaefcscn ar.-l Mis* 6hi!e Lan last to B. Murphy and Miss D. Murphy 4-(i, C. Jackson and Mrs. Jack son beat S. Murphy and Mr.-. Gray *i-L SSeeoad Round. — V. Jackson and Miss G. Jackson beat L. Murphy &nc jaiiss Coo per 6-2, P. Sheehan an-l Miss A. Jackson lost to Ted Murphy and Miss M. Mur j-hy 2-6, Atkinson and MUs G-. Jacks jn beat B. Murphy and Mi.ss D. Murphy 9i, J. Jackson an I Miss Bheshan lns-t io S. Aiarphy and Mrs. Gray 3-6. Meu's Doubles First Round. — V. and C. Jackson beat S. Murphy and Ted MurpTiy 6-2, P. SShcehan and G. Atkinson beat L. Mur phy G-5, ...

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

Genuine New Year Bargains! ',*.««. At Os well's '?*''* '? I LADIES AND MEN'S DRAPERY :% Voile DEESS LENGTHS, worth 12/6 Ladies' Fancy APRONS in large 'Men s BLAZERS, with assortea^^ to clear at 7/11 the dress length. sizes at 3/11 each. braid facings at 25/- each. ~J**^3 Smart Patterns in Art Silk DBESS Maids' Fancy Aprons to clear at Men's Sports SHIBTS at 7/6 aiS-^d LENGTHS; usually 25/-; to clear at 2/11 each. 10/6 each. f£^~ i§ to 21/- the dress length. Finest quality HOISEEV, GLOVES ir..,. jvshion SHIRTS, with collar J| Silk Voile UBESS LENGTHS in and DNDEEWEAE at standard prices, f-,^,1, ™Oapxi Brand. aH sizes ^t ''-&& Good quality Cream FUJI SILK at Men's Fancy SOCES in smalt pal;- 2f| 2/6 vard. Good value in Men's Fawn and Grey terns at 4/6 pair. i«j Plain and Fancy Fnji SDLK in new- Flannel TROUSERS, aU sizes at 16/6 Boys' LLAiSERS with assorted «dr Jj est colours and smartest stripes at and 22/6 pair. oured cords, all sizes, in stock xangtng^ ^g 2/11 yard. ...

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NORTHAMPTON MINERAL FIELD SUITABLE FOR GEOPHYSICAL TESTING MINISTER'S STATEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

NORTHAMPTON MINERAL' FIELD '' j SUITABLE FOR GEOPHYSI CAL TESTING ? MINISTER'S STATEMENT I : Mr. S. W. Munsie, Minister for Mines :iml Health, speaking at the Civic In ception on Wednesday, said the Sjmtn African capital invested in Wiluna would give tbe mining industry a great fillip. This field was the first one in which they had been successful in get ting South African capital interested. An English minerological expert em ployed on a geophysical survey for the Commonwealth Government who exam ed the lode forrmitions of the Northamp ton area pronounced the district one of the most favourable to geophysical test ing in the Commonwealth. Four bores were put down to sec if the lodes liverc, but the results were disappointing. Nevertheless the English expert had ex pressed the opinion that the lodes lived at depths, but had been shifted by movements of the earth. They might be located later.

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GERALDTON WEEK THE PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

GERALDTON WEEK THE PROGRAMME Tlio following is the proprainui'! for the remainder of the Week: — Friday, February 1 — A free day for visitors — Car trips, etc. by arrangement. Free picture mat inee for children. Evening. — Spargo \s Musical Eevue Co., in the Town HalL Saturday, February 2 — Morning and Afternoon. — Inter- district Cricket Matches; Rowing, Yachting and Monster Swimming Car nival. Afternoon — Inter-district Cricket Matches; Beach Gala Day; llowing, Yachting and Swimming races. I Evening. — Children 's fancy aud plain dress ball. Sunday, February 3 {unofficial) — Afternoon — Beach ana Aquatic Sports; fcjhooting Tournament — All day. ! Evening. — Open-air Concert on the I Esplanade. ' There will also be croquet for ladies, j rifle competitions, surfing demonstra ' ^ons, fishing trips, side shows and nov j elties. . . \

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