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Farmers Union of W.A. Northampton Branch. CONFERENCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Farmers' Union of W.A. ? ♦ ? Northampton Branch CONFERENCE REPORT The monthly meeting of the North ampton Branch of the Farmers' Union was held on Saturday last with a fair attendance of members, the chief busi ness of the meeting being a report of the president and secretary, who attended the recent annual conference of the organisation held in Perth. The report only dealt with the more important phases of the conference, but Hitkcxk ii-iJt*u t**j«»i lvltirl !ic fsiifiifiont to indicate that the Farmers' Union was rapidly becoming a strong force and that the affairs of the organisation Were being conducted in a wellbal anced manner. It was felt that if the members of the meat section were to materially benefit additional financial assistance would have to be forthcom ing, and it was thought that this mat ter was of particular interest to far mers in the Northampton district in view of the possible necessity for stab- ] ilising a worthwhile market for fat i sheep at Singapore and th...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Overheard : 'Is your wife as pretty as ever?' 'Yes — but it takes her half an hour longer.'

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Australia's Empire Quiz Team. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Australia's Empire Quiz Team Selected after five 3Qation-wide elimination contests, this team of four will represent Australia in the series of Empire Quiz Broadcasts. From left to right, they are: Mr. G. Morris, Signwriter. Newport. Victoria; Mr. A. -I. Blake, Accountant, Belair, South Australia; Mr. S. Robertson, Consulting Engineer, Gardenvale, Victoria; Mr. G. Boiiman, Teacher, Burwood. N.S.W. The Empire Quiz broadcasts have fceen arranged in support ct the Commonwealth Government's Fifth Security iT35.C00.000 Loan. The contests .»rp between Australia, Great liiitain, Caitaas, South Africa and l\cw Zealand.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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FURTHER FRICTION. Removal of Radio Station. PILOTS DIFFICULTIES. Berlin, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

FURTHER FRICTION Removal of Radio Station ) PILOTS' DIFFICULTIES j Berlin, April S. Further friction has been caused in Berlin by a Russian demand that an \ American air-base radio range station l-e removed by Saturday from its pre- ! rent position in the Russian Zone. The ! Americans have tentatively agreed to ! move the air-base to another site, hut ; have warned the Russians that such a ! move would make it more difficult for ; pilots unfamiliar with the twelve mile ] corridor through the Russian Zone to stay within its limits. ]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Starting Tim. s.— l.-j.~i p.m.. 2:^1 ?j..:.'. 3.30. 4.r-, -1.40. ~t.ir, p.m. ? ; Woods' Great Peppermint Cure For Children's H;i--kinu' Cough

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Plane Given to Pilot. A Disgusted Millionaire. EXPERIENCE IN CHINA. San Francisco April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

- -? j Plane Given to Pilot j A Disgusted Millionaire EXPERIENCE IN CHINA San Francisco April S. The millionaire (Mr. Milton Rey nolds) was so disgusted with the fail ure of his China venture that he gave his big plane to the pilot. The pilot (William Odom) stated this when he landed the plane which cost £A38,520 here to-day. Reynolds stayed at Honolulu to recup erate from his misadventures.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

HOW THE 'WALES' WORKS — Branch Series No. 1 The Branch Manager Mr. N. T. Kingsmill, M.C., Manager of Chaiswood Branch (NS.W.). Joined the Bank at Albury in 1907. A First AJS. veteran. TNTERVIEWS with clients, correspondence, super ??? .vising accounts and getting new business; these are the tasks of the Branch Manager. He is well-known in his community, for he is active in promoting the economic growth of the district and makes it his business to know local conditions. His training and experience give him a wide knowledge of the financial needs of business and of how the Bank can meet them, i If you have any financial problem (business or personal ) discuss it in confidence with the Manager of your local Branch of the 'Wales'. He is there to help you if he can. Consult and use BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES FIRST SANK IN AUSTRALIA Incorporated in New South Wales with limited liability A4803D Jp /ft** \& *Bl Now Cream of Tartar is plentiful. - --— $\£^S=^^^r^W* Ml ' ' there is no re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

THE BIG STORE (Frank Green & Son) GERALDTON (Telephones 123 and 124) For all Your Requirements Service and Keen Prices FULL STOCKS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS

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PUBLIC BUILDINGS. Local Beautification Scheme. THE WORK COMMENCED. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

PUBLIC BUILDINGS Local Beautification Scheme THE WORK COMMENCED A commencement has been made with a long-advocated scheme of general improvements to the Stare Government buildings at the eastern end of Marine Terrace. The initial stage of the pro ject, which will require the removal of two of three Moreton Bay tig iree.s, which have grown in front of the build ings for the last fifty years, is well advanced. The district architect of the Depart ment UL I UIMIC V» «ll KH MilllMllKM ilL VJlfl u kit on (Mr. H. J. L'oole) explained to--iay that tiu» scheme to beautify the entrance to the buildings provided for the bitumen surfacing of the present parking area, the levelling and top dressing of tiie island area in which the one remaining tree was situated, the planting of a lawn, the construction of two flower plots and the erection of seats on this area, around which new concrete kerbing would be placed. This work would be undertaken by employees of the Main Roads Department, in con jun...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Control of Germany Vital Decisions Imminent OBSERVERS FORECASTS London, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Control of Germany Vital Decisions Imminent OBSERVERS' FORECASTS v London, April S. Political observers in. Germany believe that vital decisions on the j future Government of Germany are j iiuniiiie.it. This follows the statement ;-f the British Commander in Germany -Sir Brian Robertson) yesterday on the need for unity in Western Germany, while Eastern Germany was shut on. by the 'ircn curtain.' If the German Control Council breaks up (as it is expected to do) the J lirst step would be the replacement of I the hi- Zonal Executive with a pro visional government. After a transi- | rcry period the final step would be fhe j election of a constituent assembly, i which might have to be called before j September. ! Reuter's diplomatic correspondent in j London says that General Robertson's statement is a clear indication of the imminence of a split in German con trol I

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Long Service Ends Presentation Nun's Death FUNERAL TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Long Service Ends Presentation Nun's Death FUNERAL TO-MORROW | Mother if. Agnes Foley, of the -^er-j aldton Presentation Convent, died at j the St. John of God Hospital this after- ! noon. The deceased was a native of j ] Cashel (Tipperary) and was one of the juhilarians who in January last cele- : bra ted rhe fiftieth anniversary of her religious profession, all of which time i she has spent in the Geraldton district, j A Requiem Mass will be celebrated I In St. Francis Xaviers Cathedral at 10 a.m. to-morrow. The funecjil will take place at Utakarra after the Mass.

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Tragedy in the Alps Women's Heroic Choice GUIDE'S MOVING STORY Wellington, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Tragedy in the Alps Women's Heroic Choice GUIDE'S MOVING STORY Wellington, April S. One of tin* inree women who died on I he Southern Alps on Tuesday asked her coinpaiiiqns- Jo leave her and save themselves. Two women and their guide refused to do this. This was stated, by their guide, who arrived at the Hermi tage in an exhausted condition after the three women had died. It is believed that they were only about a mile from a staging hut. The guide said that on the second day of the climb the wind reached blizzard force and it was snowing. The party made slow progress across icefields and one woman said she was unable to go on, but was encouraged to do so. The weal her became still worse and the woman again said she was unable to make further progress. The others refused to leave her when she sug gested it. The parry became stranded in Copland lJass at an altitude of 6,i)r»0 feet. Despite attempts to dig for shel ter in gravel one woman died from exhaustion and cold at 11 p.m. and t...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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DULCY. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

DULCY

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Ammunition Explodes Nine German Workers Killed DUMP BLOWS UP Regensburg, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Ammunition Explodes Nine German Workers Killed DUMP BLOWS UP Uegensburg, April S. The (.Serinan News Service reports that nine (Jerman workers were killed and four injured when an ammunition dump blew up near Itegensburg.

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The Geraldton Guardian THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1948 CHARGES FOR WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

THURSDAY. APRIL S. 194S CHARGES FOR WATER The sentiments expressed 'uy the i Mayor of Kalgoorlie (Mr. R. G. Moore) ! as to the inequitable system adopted for j levying water charges throughout the \ State will be endorsed by all residents of the State living outside the highly- \ favored metropolitan area.. Mr. Moore, is not given to making forthright state- ! merits solely for the purpose of direct- ; ing attention to himself and those ! closely associated with him in the field i of local government will testify to his . i.hmuls sincerity ano oeep appreciation ; of the duties appertaining to his ofli--e. j However, where ihe interests of those j he represents are concerned, the ocou- ! pant of the mayoral chair at Kalgoorlie \ has never hesitated to take a deter- j mined stand, which he has maintained despite all opposition and the conse quences from a personal point of view. J VtiV very many years he has figured j prominently in the fight for u revision ! ?-f the existing system w...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

PERSONAL i Mr. K. Gamble, manager of Young Motors I ty. Ltd., is at present on a brief business visit to I'erth. i * » * * Mr. IJ. M. Evans, Chief Traflic Man ager of the Western Australian (Jovern inenr uanways. arrived ity train lasr night on a brief ollicial visit to the ti.Wll. * * * * 5 Mr. C. II. Holding, general secrHary ' of the Australian Workers* I'nion in this State, accompanied by Mr. C. T. Oliver, secretary of the mining division of the unicii. arrived in -Jer:ild- loii oi: Tuesday night. Yesterday they visited i he (lalena, Itaddera and I ro theroe lead mines and left this morn ing for the Murchison. Mr. J. M. Thomas, Chief Mechanical Inspector of the Western Australian tJoverimipnt Railways, accompanied by other departmental ol'.icers in Messrs. V. Itoriria (chief chemist I, J. Hewisou (locomotive inspector) and .». Williams (boiler inspector), arrived in (leraldton by train from Perth on Tuesday night last. The party left again by train for Mullewa early this morning...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

For Coughs, Colds — remember Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

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Trials on Light Lands. Experiments in the Midlands. THEIR PURPOSE STATED. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Trials on Light Lands ? .». ? Experiments in the Midlands THEIR PURPOSE STATED Working in conjunction with local governing bodies and with farmers in the va.ious districts, the Department cf Agriculture is conducting cereal and pasture experimental plots in areas of lighter ami sandy soils in this State. Tiles** plots are being established in time far this season at Moora, Dongara and Watheroo, and at other centres. The object is to find what deiiciencies in the soil may be limiting plant growth and the most suitable cereals and pas tures to respond t-» fertilisers and minor elements and the best rotation to prac tise. An experiment conducted last year at Dongara brought fruitful results, it being found that an area that was pro ducing up to 17 bushels to the acre with the application of fertiliser pro duced up to 31 bushels with fertiliser and tliw minor elements, copper and zinc. The Department believes that the establishment of these field investi gation pltts is th«- next best s...

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Britain's Children Government's New Measure VALUE OF HOME LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

! Britain's Children - ? «♦ ? Government's New Measure ' i VALUE OF HOME LIFE Parliament in the United Kingdom, 1 faced with immense problems of re construction, is engaged with a record volume of legislation. Nevertheless it has found time to bring forward « Hill to safeguard the wellbeing of those of the nation's children who, for on« reason or another, do not enjoy th- normal uenenrs or nonie me. (list ol the present population of forty-seven millions in the United Kingdom there are perhaps 140,000 of these children. They may be orphans, or illegitimate, or their parents may have failed to provide adequate care for them. They represent a small minority, but it is the view of the people of Britain that such a minority must not be overlooked. The present Children's Bill, as it is being called, defines the exact duties and rights of parents, local authorities or organisations concerned with child ren and the standards, of provision which must be made. It recognises that the essentia...

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Fifth Security Loan Millions Already Invested DEPUTY DIRECTOR'S VISIT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Fifth Security Loan Millions Already Invested DEPUTY DIRECTOR'S VISIT The Deputy Director of Common wealth Loans in Western Australia (Mr. lt. Shilkiu) is paying a brief visit to the (Jeraldtou district in connection with the Fifth Security Loan campaign, which open* on Wednesday next. April ! 14th. ; Mr. Shilkin said to-day that, although j the loan does not open officially until | next Wednesday, already several mil- j lion pounds iiad been lodged in the loan ; ;js advance applications, and twenty- ' ?-ne districts in the State had already j passed their loan quotas. More appli- J cations had been received from country \ districts than from the metropolitan j area. I ''.Some couna-y .districts,' he said, J 'which hud never { raised their loan j quotas during the past seven years -of loan raising had doubled, and in some '?ases trebled, their Fifth Security Loan quotas well in advance of the loan open ing.' I While in Oeraldton, Mr. Shilkin will present to the citizens of ihis dist...

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