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Russian Ship Banned American Workers Stand MAY BE SHOT BACK New York, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Russian Ship Banned American Workers' Stand MAY BE SHOT BACK New York, April S. The Soviet liner Ucssia sailed for Odessa to-day without cargo because wharf laborers refused to load it. They said : — 'We won't touch an ounce of cargo for any Russian ship, because we don't want any of it shot hack at ? us.' The ship was boycotted following reports that it was to take vehicles and machinery to Russia. , . *.,

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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New Zealand Gale Crops and Properly Damaged SHIPPING HALTED Wellington, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

New Zealand Gale — - — «» ? Crops and Property Damaged SHIPPING HALTED Wellington, April S. A gale at Napier yesterday wrenched a large section from the n.of of a j rugby ground grandstand and dropped | it on a house two hundred yards away. No one was hurt. The gale, tin* first winter blast, was accompanied by £iimv, hail and sleet. In the South Island it caused consider able damage to fruit and crops him; property. Coastal shipping was held , up 'at some ports.

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Meeting World Needs African Food Enterprise NEW PORT BEING BUILT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Meeting World Needs ^ ? African Food Enterprise NEW PORT BEING BUILT Film experts will shortly leave Britain for work in East and Central Africa where they are to .photograph what Britain is' doiug in opening up one of the wildest territories on earUi for the production of food. In this vast area Britain is setting up the world's largest State-owned farm. \\ nen limy ueveiopeu ix win cover o,wu square miles, mainly devoted to the growing of groundnuts as a contribu tion to the world's shortage of oils and fats. Parliament agreed to provide the capital for the enterprise which is expected to cost about £25,000,000 over a period of six years, ancT public owner ship was stipulated. Until a few months ago the whole of this vast area was largely uniuhabit-~ ed ; much of it was waterless and fly infested. Already a great change is taking place, for in East Africa the work of clearing the bush for the cul tivation of the groundnuts was begun last ApriL At the same time a new deep water por...

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Destroyers Raided Customs Officers Haul ILLICIT IMPORTS Sydney, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Destroyers Raided Customs Officers' Haul ILLICIT IMPORTS Sydney, April S. ? Customs ollicers, who made surprise raids on the destroyers ILMrA.S. Warramunga and Arunta at mooring buoys in the harbor soon after their arrival from Japan yesterday, seized pearls and silk fishing lines worth ?£1,100.

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Motor Cyclist Injured Crashed Into Fallen Tree DAZZLED BY HEADLIGHTS Collie, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Motor Cyclist Injured ? ?» ? ! Crashed Into Fallen Tree j DAZZLED BY HEADLIGHTS j ? ; Collie, This Afternoon. i A motor cyclist fractured his skull ! when he crashed into a fallen tree last night. Injured is Forestry worker, Frank Malecesta, of Worsely. Hte is in the 'District Hospital in a serious condition. Malatesta was riding from Collie to j Worsely about midnight. When near ! Alhinson, four miles from Collie, he hit the top branch of a tree that had fallen partly across the road. At the time a* oar was approaching from the opposite : direction and Lt is thought that Mala- i testa was dazzled by the headlights. : Thrown on to the bitumen he was j unconscious when picked up. j . ? I

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MURCHISON RIVER CAMP [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

MURCHISON RIVER CAMP The followinji visitors journeyed to the Mnrchison River this \v«-»-k : — Messrs. K. \.. Martin. K. Harold. E. Hutchiiison. 1-ee and Clifford.

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ABROLHOS TOURISTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

ABROLHOS TOURISTS The following passeujrers travelled to the Aln-olhos Islands l»y the motor v«»ssel -'Batavia Uoad' toKlay: — Messrs. W. Levett. N. Calderwood. J. Curtis. L. C. Humphry. G. C. Best, E. Porter. Mrs. W. I-evett. Misses G. Pa^e. P. Kowe, M- Best. I-. B. Meachin aud K. Staulake.

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CRICKET Upper Chapman Association PREMIERSHIP FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

CRICKET Upper Chapman Association PREMIERSHIP FINAL Between tennis represent in;.;' the Yuiia No. - and Naraliu^' Clubs. Ihe final mutch of the season's premiership lix iii res of the Upper Chapman Associa tion was commenced ai -'ara!in.u' on Sunday J:;st. The home team batted first for the .somewhat mediocre .sent-** -f I'Si rims, to which total the - -hiet Loutributtus were N. Stokes ( :»:?_?. i ?- C ruiuie ----), A. ilray CJ.A u-i» «.ui I ami s II. Barclay (Ui), the howling Jmnors of { ihe iiiniiii;- beinjr shared by I.. Stokes j and U. McClinloclc. the former beinj: in j very destriictiv«- form to capture live j wickets for LMJ runs. Yuna No. 1! made j it much better showing with the bat. j having compiled 1S4 runs for the loss j uf five wickets at stumps. I,. Siok«-s j (tlayeil a nice innings for r.7 runs, and .'nod com ribuliMiis were also recorded ' -i\ R. Maiden (-',(i| and C Lanni^an I (47 1. The match will be cnni'miicd on J Sunday next, the deiaiis of tin; lij-si ! day's ...

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New Town for Miners Work for their Families AN END TO SQUALOR [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

New Town for Miners ? .^ ? Work for their Families AN END TO SQUALOR The site of a new town, which it is proposed to design and build primarily for miners, has been selected in North Eastern England. The Minister for Town and Country Planning in the United Kingdom (Mr. Lewis Silkiu) has designated 2,350 acres at Easing toii, Durham, for this purpose and it is intended that, eventually, it will have a population of 3U,00U, drawn in the ! main from families in the area who are j at present living iu badly-serviced and j congested settlements too close to the j pit-heads. The new town which is now ; proposed will be the first weii laid-out, clean and fully provided town ever designed specially for miners and their families. One of the chief considera tions will be the provision of employ ment for the miners' wives and daugh- j ters. In 1939 only six to seven women j in the mining areas of the United King- j tloni were iu insured .employment for every one hundred men, compared with the ...

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS The following passengers travelled to aud from Geraldmn by the air sev- i vice of the MacRobertson-Miller Avi.-i- j tion -'oiupany Limited during Hie hist I two days:— j -IerakUou to Perth - Wednesday I — i Ltev. P.. Kennedy and Messrs. S. IU»y«« j ind .1. Polain. j lerth !?? -ieraldton (Wediu»sday1 — \rUUuI-- 1' C.i i dell -Oliver. T. ( 'Sill- i livan. I-. Ganiield, W. Cornwall. .!. ] Dillon. I.. .1. Ownes. M. Caklerwood. It. I :i. Bishop. H. t'ooper. L. -'. Humphrey, f. Curtis. G. O. P»est. Mesdames Bar clay and I- -»v.*ensand Misses I. Chris tie, S.' Burgess. -1. Pas*', M. N. Best. P. j Itowe, I». V. Meacham and E. Stan- j lake. j Gerakllon to Perth (Thursday)— ; Messrs. Graliame. II. Peploe. G. S. Mat- j retror. Mesdatnes Grahame and K. Wii- | '.vinson and Nurse Brockman. Geraldtou to Carnarvon (Thursday) —Mrs. A. L. Hay ward. Perth to tleraldUm (Thursday) — Messrs. 11. Burt. G. Bun. Mrs. K. C. Murray and Master 1.. Kukins. Carnarvon to Geraldton. (Thursday...

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District Stock Fixtures Sheep Sale at Perenjori SATISFACTORY PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

District Stock Fixtures Sheep Sale at Perenjori SATiSFACTORY PRICES j ? Messrs. Mhler, Smith & -'ompau.v !.imi!eil report. having i-nud-:--teil a .?~aii-ia--!nr\ sale at I'erenjnri nn Mnn da\ last with a yarding of l.lNi sheep, ni whii-h :''»'i were :---ild at pri--es several shillings in advau-v -?]' re--ent sales in this territory. Jn the main ihe sheep olTered v.viv y.vli ;.'nmn. in ^on-J condi u'ij mm i.i-.i\ }irj. ;if;i\ \ sKilis. :niy -»»!- slandi!;^ lines meeiih^r with keen com-! (M*liiif :ii aiiiniiiisi huycrs rrom TJuee Springs. Xnrtliain. -:eraidtmi and local j areas. Quotations: — ( .Merino Wethers — Heavy skins, for ward 1-- fa! i-oudiiiou. Iarue Traliies as ~iO/- and average frames, at 43/3: medium frame:-! aud condition, recently shorn. 2J/- ti- —*-/'?-- .Merino Weaner J-Iives — Umi^aree !il-')d. ex-vpiinJial!y well in-»wn. -nu- stamlin.^ line, heavy skins. 44/0. .Merino Weaner Weth«*i's — I!unjrar-'e lilm.il, (?\cepti(inally wvll trrown. heavy skins, outstandi...

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OUR SERIAL STORY "Married in May" Our readers are infromed that all characters in this story are purely Imaginary, and if the name of any living person happens to be Mentioned [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

OUR SERIAL STORY 'Married in May' BY MADGE BARLOW [Our readers are infroniet? (hat all characters in this story are purely imaginary, and if the uime of any living person happens to be mentioned no personal reflection is intended J j CHAPTER VII Following an exhaustive and fruitless search of the grounds and residence, Robert Arniitage assembled the ser vants and agitatedly addressed them. 'We can only come to the conclusion that Mrs. Armitage has added to my worries by quitting the house. Why she has done so is a mystery t«» me. I — I supposed she was happy at Arcadia. If not, the fault was hers. Let me impress on you the necessiry for concealing the bad news from my sou in his present precarious state of | health.' He glanced round apprehen sively, afraid to meet their eyvs lest J he should read condemnation in them, j 'None of us would harm Mr. Bob, I sir/' said Mrs. Matthews. 'No ill news j will go from us to Switzerland, but it i will relieve our minds if you'll say | what step...

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Keen Demand for Wethers QUALITY LAMBS SOUGHT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Keen Demand for Wethers QUALITY LAMBS SOUGHT Cnuipetitinii I'm; wethers was iiiiKrh keener at the fat sunk sales at .Mid laud .1 urn I inn nn Wednesday, with the. resuli that values rose I'rmn 2/- tn :'-/- per head. A^ed lines in plain ''tw ii'i'diiiiu i-niiditinii did imt jiartit-ipaie in the rise. Kwes were iii demand and were Jirnr to ]/- dt.'ai'er. ISiddiiiir for ^'iiixi (iiiaJiiv lam)-.s was slrmiaT. and priees were '2/- liiiMier, I his hein.^ iimst ii-»(i--e.-(l,le nn nieditiinweijrlit lines. Ihvj; trets were from 1/- to 2/- (inner. Values mi- the cattle nd'ered were equal t-- Tuesday's improved rates. Sheep ( 7.SS:j yarded I: Welhers (in Ihe wool » :- Iiest heavyweight. 4-V- (-- 4!(/- (odd. ]iens hi^lii'iM: hest inediuin wei^ht. 42/- in 44/-: t»esr lip;htwei;iht. ii'.i/- to 41/-: medium. :v\/- to 3--/-: plain and li^ht, lower. Kwes (in the %\-ool I : — Ilesi heavyw-»i^ht. \\7\/- to S'.t/ (odd pens hiplierl : uoml uiediuniweiirht, :U/- t-- H4/-: irnod li.i:htw-'i^ht, 2S/- to H...

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Fat Stock Markets. Midland Junction Sales CATTLE VALUES HIGHER [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales CATTLE V.ALUES HIGHER VrUt'si zoiirt-.illy wt'iv ---/- I|l'i' l»'a.-J ? learci- at [!i-- fat i-atiir market at .\Ii-llaii-{ .(iiiii-iinii uii Tu**s-iay. Tiie I iiiarkt-i npi'iifil ^ii'iwini; a linn rise and. j as -ales [ia-jrr-jssfi|. lii-l-linu went (-? ! In'ylier levels. The quality --(' the .rj4.'» i heasis (KMineil was lietier. 'J'lif iiffcr- j inir iiu-ltifle-| u greater pLvijiiiriinu o!' j ^ihjiI quality uiediiini in weij-'lity IjuI- j lin-Us ain.1 a j:iii«| svlr»cii-iii ni! steers, j -Jiimati»!is : — ChihI weighty luillocks. i C-2/Ui/- tn ILM/KI/- (,,,1-1 Leasts t«- j £^t'il : tTnixl liieiliuinueiuihl. £l'.)/10/- tn J £'J.\ : ui''l meiliuiiiwei^lit siecrs, £37 t-» i tilt: ^--n-l Ji^Jji weight. il-V'11/- t«» j i'1C/HI/-: jruiiil wei-hiy c«avs, £17 !-- j tn ill) (i»i|-! Jwasts Jii^'lier) : me«.li)im- j wei-lus. £14/1-V- t-. £1.'./!'/-; ir«,»-i li^litwci^lit. £12/10/- t-- £14: medium mnclif inn, £.s tn £1-i/1-'/-: plain and ruti^ii. Inwer...

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

? — ; ? . i Tired out energy fades fast K««p fresh and smiling to the end of ??ch day, enjoy always that feeling of joyous, bounding energy and health. |t'# that Kruschen feeling. For Kruschen rids your system of the waste matter 'that, If allowed to re main, males you sluggish, tired before the day is half over, every small action taking toll of your energy. Kruschen helps you keep bodily functions not only regular but complete. HOW KRUSCHEN WORKS Clinical tests have proven the two fold value of a small daily dose of Kruschen Salts (enough to cover a sixpence in the morning cup of tea). Riirt — the bloodstream is purified. Second — bodily t ? functions are kept /^'^T^s normal, regular and Y'MiJ^ i\ complete. (H?^J Ton* up with WV,-1 ~fl Kruschen— the health W # [/ course of millions. Vj_-*' KRUSCHEN SA I T Q 2/9 a boHle at alt H L I V Chemists and Stores Get fftof Kruschen^feeling +—m—mmmmmmm—mmmmmmmamm K.7.7. Opportunity for Smart Lad , VACANCY — fou — Apprentice Compositor Applic...

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Berlin Plane Crash. AN INQUIRY REFUSED. Adamant Stand by Soviet. BURIAL OF THE VICTIMS. Berlin, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Berlin Plane Crasli AN INQUIRY REFUSED Adamant Stand by Soviet BURIAL OF THE VICTIMS Berlin, Anril S. A request for a four-power commis sion to investigate Monday's fatal mid- s stir collision between a British Viking j U'd a Kussia.n Yak fighier has been ; rejected by Soviet headquarters. in reply to iLe reijiu-st made by the British j Commander in -Germany (Sir Brian Itobertson), Russia's Marshal Sokolov- , on British authorities. Marshal Soko lovsky repeated Soviet newspaper alle- : gations that the Viking swooped from a cloud and hit the Yak. He said that the Viking was disobeying Berlin traf fic regulations. Immediately after General Robertson received the Note he telephoned the British Foreign Office. At first the con tents of the Russian reply were not d;s- j closed, but Berlin buzzed with rumors ; rhat the reply had lieen unsatisfactory. British victims of the fatal crash are being flown to London in plain wooden coffins marked with plaques bearing j the words: — 'Killed, Be...

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AMUSEMENTS. Radio Theatre Talkies. REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

AMUSEMENTS Radio Theatre Talkies FtEVlEW OF PROGRAMMES The gay comedy-drama, 'Talk About ;i Lady.' ;:n«t ilu- Iiuijian interest .story of an outcast boy ;ni-l an outlaw horse ;is related in 'Wild Beauty' will con ???itute the principal attractions iu the programme to he screened at the JJadio Theatre to-night. The features (or Friday and Saturday nights are us foilows: — ( 1 1 — Australia:i Iteview. ('-?I— Travel T;jlk. (3t— 'Viiu'JI Hit llie Spot' (4- — Cartoon. -?'-- — I i rev i ty. Hi 1 — 'The Sea of Gmss' (Spencer Tracy. K.nii.irine Hepburn. Mel vyn Douglas and HobiMt Walker) 'Tii-', -«ea of Grass' An absorbing drama, packed with :'pc-cta«-ula:' action, eye-tilling vistas of Ilie New Mexico cattle country of the IS.Su'i.-.. and a powerful emotional con llict between a deteriuiued man and an ecjually spirited woman, are presented in 'Tbe Sea of Grass.' which will be -civened on Friday and Saturday next. 'I lie story starts out with what' seems ;i promising marriage between Col. J...

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

THE BIG STORE (Frank Green & Son) GERALDTON (Telephones 123 and 124) The Universal Providers for the District FULL STOCKS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS FOR EVERY * ^^^^^^^^^^CtTCHEM ? BEDROOM *? / ^i-***^ ^A LOUNGE ? HALL &-. * _, Jpgg3& non-PRESSu AMP *' ^^StaSf r KEROSENE MANTLE UR»r dlfg J&4&J%££sfflrM/T W MODEL 1630 Modernise your country home end make Wm l''10' j'IZ. every room brighter, cleaner end more com- S 7 noncsome fortoble with Aladdin Kerosene Mantle M bmtne finish. temps. Safe, simple ar.d economical to H ' operate, they give a bright WHITE 75-candle- S power light . . . from ordinary kerossne . . . SL without pumping, pressure, noise, scot, smoke JBfc. or fumes. Call in and see the full range ..-.a^Bktf*-. of 1948 Aloddins at our showrooms TO-DAY. 4mim£BEimfc SOLE LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS: CROTHERS BROS. Tel. 206— DURLACHER STREET, GERALDTON— Tel. 20(5 $£EW£D eBOTriED BY THE GtOBE^S|il£*V*J^;^f§^|^^^^^^ Wctnen'A %e4 /^^^^ fat SIMPLER Seautii Ca...

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Eastern States Racing Meeting at Moonee Valley SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

I Eastern States Racing ! ? * ? Meeting at Mbonee Valley SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME | The following are the acceptances for the charity race meeting to be i conducted at Moonee Valley on Satur day next : — '? JUNIOR PLATE j (Two-year-olds) j Five furlongs i (First Division) j Alabama K. S 7 Spcor - - - - S 7 ; Avidity ''- - S 7 Tor rent ? S 7 | Councillor - S 7 Cailzows Q. S H Disguise ? S 7 -;. Silhouette S -'» \ El Damar - S 7 Lanrice ? S r» ' Kerrigan - - S 7 M. Green - - S r- ? Lepidus ? S 7 pen (lirl - - S r» j Xajera ? S 7 Royal Hells - S 'i j Pipe Dream. S 7 Varuna - - - S -'- j Ralton - - - S 7 j JUNIOR PLATE j ( Two-yea r-- rids ) j Five furlongs ( Second Division) Arabint ? S 7 St. Syce - - S 7 , Bartohis - - 3 7 Young Jeff - S 7 ! DevoncaH - S 7 Capricious - S r. j Douglas ? S 7 Cold Lume - S '» j French Pact S 7 Lorella - - - 8 H j La lialkan - 8 7 Mira - - - ? S .'? Mag. Vale - S 7 Queenly - - 8 r, ? Oregan - - - S 7 Sarah Bells S 5 ! Pootka - - - 8 7 Y. Belle - - S -i ! R. D...

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Metropolitan Racing. W.A.T.C. Meeting. SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Meeting ! SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS j i The foilowin- are the acceptances for the race meeting to b-.' conducted by The Western Australian Turf Club .it headquarters on Samrday next: — HANDItAN-SMITII HANDICAP \ Two-ye:: r-olds) Six fiirloii rs .lollair - - - S 11 Bank Noie - 7 ??'- Kit. Comedy S ~» Tish ----- 7 ?'» Canielson - - S .'! Paid Oil ? 7 ri D. Stream - 7 11! Frivolous S. 7 7 Flimsy It. - 1 VI Kareme - - 7 ~\ Lunar Light - 7 11 Warran ? 7 'i Airlist - - - 7 10 St. Glory - - 7 3 Lord Myio - 7 1-I Olivion - - - 7 -? Bobby Betel 7 0 MASON MAIDEX (Five years and under) One mile Jayland - - - 0 0 Good Quality S 1 Sylvan - - - S 11 Queenie - - - 7 ]O Chord ? S 11 Tanunii] ? 7 !- IiVl l*^.k _ _ _ _ Vi 111 I novu I * ?» c:O '_ T Si Sim? u - ? S iu ]U':»;i I'ara - 7 7 j ranto Poiiy S S Valdavian - - 7 7 j Enavart - - - S S Nigbi Feast 7 7 ! Agrilet.a - - - S -1 . i FltASEPt HANDICAP ! (First Divisi-jii) , (W.A. bredsl 1 Seven furlongs ] Yodelon ? » -? Dab Ch...

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