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ATHLETIC SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

ATTTT.-F.TTfi SPOBTS Despite the hot weather there was a big attendance at the athletic -sports at the Recreation- Ground this afternoon. Details: — Sprint, 75 yards. Y. BOHAN, Syds ? I F. Kelly, ShyAs ? 2 S. Palmer, 9yds ? -j Time: 7 sees. In the first run Bohan und Kelly dead heated. In the run off they ajjain dead heated, but in auother run off Bohnn won by about a yard. Victoria District Boys' Championship. F. Ourroll ffi.-mMioii) 1; R Prater (Morava) 2.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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SERIOUS PRACTICAL JOKE TOWNS THREATENED WITH DARKNESS Sydney, January 30 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

SERIOUS PRACTICAL JOKE TOWNS THREATENED WITH I DARKNESS ' Svduev, Jaiiuuiv ^-l A dispute over ihe dismissal of four ' men at the power house at I'oit Kcm blu, brought about by a practical jo];.- j has led to serious trouble. j TL-: Electrical Trades Uuii'u -k- ] inauded the re-instatomeut of the ni-;i. ' This having been refused the power : house employees threaten to strike to- | morrow. If they carry out their threat i most of the towns will be in darkness. ' The \V. R. f-yssiglit Institute, New- '? port. Monmouthshire, dedicated to the j bead of the si eel sheet linn of Messrs John Ly-iaght, was opened la*t inOElh. j Jir. J/B. Blagth'n, barrister, has been appointed Assistant Reader in Evidence j Procedure (Civil and Criminal) and j Criminal Law at the Inns of Court. j

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FIRE AT COLLIERY EXTENSION FEARED Sydney, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

FIRE AT COLLIERY EXTENSION FEABED Sydney, January -30. A fierce fire is raging at Northum berland colliery, at Fassifern. The dam age is already £1,000, and the position is becoming more serious each hour. The ventilating shaft and wooden fittings above ground hare been destroyed, and also a number of railway trucks at the siding. ' It is feared the coal ? seam will be set on fire as 'hot coals are falling down the shaft..

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BEAUTIFUL SITE OF SCOUT CORRBOREE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

BEAUTIFUL Si'iE OF SCOiiT CORRQBOREE Scene on the Murray Biver where tHe Centenary Scout Corroboree tpos held recently. Scouts from aU parts of Australia were picseiat

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BOAT SHED TRAGEDY DEATH OF THE VICTIM Melbourne, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

BOAT SHED TRAGEDY DEATH OF THE VICTIM v ' * Melbourne, January 30. Cedric Swallow, aged 23, of Glen Iris, who was trapped by flames when the Yarra Yarra boat club 's shed was burnt on Monday evening, died ic the hospi tal last night. ' Swallow -was- rescued by several men, who forced in the- door of the Ixtatshel which had been locked.

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THE CAT CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

THE CAT CLOCK. ~ Why a correspondent ot the Lnmkm. 'Mora ing r«sl'' anks, do eafc- disiikB uhra-violel. ? raj- * lie states that his ,_ i:ibby -rat had a favourite «cat by ^fce viimiov., and dcucrted U wheo tbe^DUL, wiudow glass was replaced by a. cfbss - *: that allowed the passage ot ultaL-S^let - ray?. , According to the science correspon- j dout of the same journal, ti*c f\pl»Bat ion is to be found in the fact tkaftte cat objected to the alteration, made m her favourite sleeping place. Hfceie Is however, an aniinal literatere in a car ious paralleL The explorer La Rouble describes haw ou his travels he *ame across i -, shepherd boy and asked hid wiiether it' was midday. The boy looked tomuds Ihe sun, but it was hidden behind tbe trlouils. He ran to the nearest conrt yaid, however, and came back 'witk.a. cat under' his arm. 'Look,' ne said 'it is not the twelfth hour,' and mov ing back the cat's eyelids shotted that they had not reached their nuodnuna contraction. The eat, La Hpu...

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SALVATION ARMY THE INJUNCTION APPLICATION DECISION AGAINST HIGH COUNCIL London, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

SALVATION ARMY THE INJUNCTION APPLI CATION DECISION AGAINST HIGH COUNCIL London, January 30. In the High Court of Justice to-day, Justice Eve grunted the application made on behalf of General Booth for an injunction to restrain the High Coun cil of the Salvation Army from acting on its resolution to depose General Booth from the supreme leadership of the Army, and to prevent the Coun cil from proceeding with the election of a successor.

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KABUL LEGATIONS RELIEF PLANE MISSING DISASTER FEARED Calcutta, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

KABUL LEGATIONS RELIEF PLANE MISSING DISASTER FEARED Calcutta, January :JO. In accordance with the decision of the Government of India to evacuate members of the British and Foreign Legations at Kabul in view of the threatened serious fighting between the advancing Xliiuwaris auij the followers of the rebel leader. Habibullah Khan, in Kabul, two Vickers- Victoria troop carrying plant's left Peshawar yester day morning for the Afghan capital. As the nuichiiu's had uot returned during I h-? afternoon a Bristol fighter was sent out to search for them. It returned at -!usk with the news th:i one machine had arrived at Kabul, but the -it her was missing. This morning Iloyal Air Torre plai'.os flow over a wide area, but failed to locale the missiiig machine. tirave fears ;;ro entertained for its safe+y as there :uv iu-avy snowstorms on the frontier ::r.i- ou the route to Kabul visibility is h;i-! un«l t!ul country dangerous and tu'j™*'1- The Vickers plane is not equipped with wireless. Th...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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NEW MORAWA BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

NEW MORAWA BUILDINGS At a recent meeting of 1ho ilunuva Koad Board Mr. Lodge :;iiiioun--(-..i th-.it ji picture theatre with a seating rapa city of 650 is to be erected in Mortnv:'. It will be completed in July. The Board decided to buiki :t town hall and public buildings ut a cost or £8,000 and a hospital at £3.000. The money to cover the cost of these build- ' ings will be raised by loan. Mr. O. N. Xui-ris an.! M:. Y-\ J. Wii-j liamsuu, tfo l''urjp!-';'-ri plauiers, wi-rel killed when Iheir motor c;j- turned overj between Calicut ami Mana;vr, in lndi;'. when trj*iu{j' to avoid a Go-:k t)f goat?-. The freedom of the City of Oxford' is to be- ctHifeivtd ---u «he Kov. -J. ii\ Croashaw, prins-i ]-:'-l , --f St. ? Eds'.iunc Hall, Oxford, in reewj^inou of liLs worL. as treasurer of the city iuSrinary. .

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DON'T JUMP OUT OF BED. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

DON'T JUMP OUT OF BED. a. ? Do not spring from your bed tbt moment you wake in the morning. Do not spring from your bed at all- - taVe it quietly. This is the advice that the best physicians in London give to those who consult them. The old idea was that as soon as you opened your eyes you should Ring off the bedclothes, bound to tn« floor with a display of magnificent vitality, and hurl yourself at the business of the day. It was al* wrong. It was unscientific. It toot no account of the mental and physi cal state of the individual on waking. Physicians who have considered the question lay down an entirely differ ent rule. They advise that five min utes should be devoted to the busi ness of waking up, and that hurry should be avoided. The act of springing from bed is had, because it accelerates the action of the heart suddenly, after the period of repose, and this in turn ex cites the brain, with the consequence that the individual becomes unbal anced, and remains in an unbalanced c...

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STOCK MARKETS FAT CATTLE DEMAND SLIGHTLY EASIER [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

STOCK MARKETS FAT CATTLE DEMAND SLIGHTLY EASIER A. Agents yarded 548 cattle at Mid fjand Junction on Tuesday, being 178 more than last week's offering, and in cluded 50 fair to medium quality bul locks from the Murchison, the' balance being forwarded from the Midland line, agricultural districts, and a few from south-western areas. ^ Included in the offering were 50 good vealers. The quality was rather indifferent,, very few good cattle being penned. There was the usual ' attendance of metropolitan botchers, but onljr, a lim ited demand from country buyers. The market ' -was slightly easier than 3as£ week's rates, and remained fairly even throughout. ' Quotations: — -Fair weigh ty bollocks, £20 .to'-iSSl; odd heavier, to £23/12/6 J best handy weight, £18 to £19; good, £16 to £17; fair, £14 to £15; best cows, £16 to £llj few heavier higher; good ? medium weight cows, 413 to £14; fair, £10 to £12; lighter, £8 to £9; inferior lower. Best handy weight beef, 65/- per 100 lb-; good, 60/-;...

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FREE PICTURE MATINEE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

FREE PICTUBE MATINEE AH the school children in Geraidton ?were invited by the management of Ra dio Pictures to a free picture matinee yesterday morning, and they eagerly availed themselves of the privilege. The youngsters were delighted with the programme, and most appreciative of Mr. Wheat's hospitality.

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TRUCK COLLIDES WITH TRAIN SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT HARVEY Perth, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

TRUCK. COLLIDES WITH TRAIN SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT HARVEY Perth, January 31. A wan named J. Green, was seriously injured when a motor truck he was diiv ing, crashed into a goods train at the crossing at Harvey railway station at (5.40 p.in. yesterday. Ho received se vere head injuries. The train, which was in charge of Lbftus, driver, and Learmouth, guard, was carrying 650 tons of cargo, chiefly coal from Brunswick to Pertn, and was about to enter Harvey railway station when the motor truck fa-truck it between the engine and tender, smashing the pneumatic brake.

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METROPOLITAN CARPENTERS RETURN TO WORK Perth, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

METROPOLITAN CAR PENTERS ? _ f . ^ ? BETUEN TO WOJBK Perth, January 31. The carpenters employed in the build ing trade, who were concerned in tn«. dispute over a request for increased wages, returned to work yesterday, and were engaged by the contractors. The secretary of the Amalgamated i5o eiety of Carpenters, and Joiners, said yesterday that the attempts .of the so ciety to amend 'its agreement with the Master Builders' and Contractors' As sociation to provide for increased wages would lapse for the present. The Master Builders' and iContrae tors' Association met in the Builders Exchange last night to consider the position.

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GERALDTON ROWING CLUB THE SELECTED CREWS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

GERALDTON ROWING CLUB THE SELECTED CKEWS A uegatta fo ? points for the Tindal cup will beheld on Sunday. , The fol lowing crews have been selected :— : Wight, .Thomas, C. -Ksnipton, Ellery. Carter, Weir,- Simma, Eobiuson. Curlewis, Lanee, Wall, Hillbrick. V. ^empfpn, lyfe, Elliott, MeKeraan. Any of the above oarsmen not avail able are requested to notify the secret ary as soon as possible.

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EVENING ENTERTAINMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

EVENING ENTEltTAIWMENTS. The evening entertainments arrang ed in connection with the 'Week' celebrations have been very iuceess ful. The Chimney- Corner had a cou ple of sueeessful nights, and the adults' ball drew a crowded attend ance of enthusiasts last night. To night the musical wvu?, **Love in the Korth,' written aud produced by Mr. F. Spargo, will be presented, and H promises to provide a sprightly and lively entertainment. It will be re peated to-morrow nighc. The children's ball will be held on Saturday night at the Town Hall, and gallery seats eati now be reserved at M rs. Logan's.

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THE FOURTH TEST PREPARATIONS FOR ADELAIDE MATCH PROBABLE AUSTRALIAN CHANGES. Adelaide, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

THE FOURTH TEST PREPARATIONS FOR ADELAIDE MATCH 1 £.G£AB3uE AUSTRALIAN CHANGES. Adelaide, January 30. Evciytuiug lias been finalised for the fourth Test Match, which will be gin on Friday. All of the Australians, nith the exception of Andrews, , are now at Adelaide, seven of them/jai^' riving by train this morning. ~ : It is understood there will be no change in the English team . : which tvoiiin Sydney and Melbourne, . but an oilu-ia! announcement will be made to morrow mornmg. Arrangements had been jmade tor both teams to practice to-day, but the. sodden. ' wickets and showers of raia prevented that. The curator has had difficulty in preparing the test wicket on the Adelaide Oval/ arid it is. ex pected to b« easy when the game,b'e^ gina?' . , .'..'?.* It is understood that the test1 'selec- tors are likely to make last- minute alterations fo-ihe Australian eleven, and several prominent interstate play ers have been urgently, requested to travel.' to Adelaide,. Ampiyr__them is Hook...

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THE HEAT WAVE ANOTHER HOT DAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

THE HEAT WAVE ANOTHER HOT DAY The heat, wave continues to make matters wariu for Geruldtoii Week visi tors. The carnival was inaugurated on Haturday, by the hottest day this sum mer, and Sunday was -nearly as bad. A southerly breeze made matters pleasant on Monday and Tuesday, out yesterday a temperature of 99 was recorded. At 3 o'clock to-day \he thermometer made a desperate bid to pass Saturday's record, but failed by a narrow margin, 107.4 being the best it could do. The heat was persistent all day, iO5 degrees being registered at 11 o'clock this morning.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

PICTURESQUE RURAL SCENE IN THE SOUTH-WEST Cattle grazing on Mr. W. J^ Cowan's Property, five miles from Bridgetown on the Perth-Pe'nberton EoacL

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QUEENSLAND LABORITES LEFT WING'S PROGRAMME ATTACK ON GOVERNMENT Brisbane, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

QUEENSLAND LABORITES LEFT WING'S PROGRAMME ATTACK ON GOVERNMENT Brisbane, January 30. In the Exhibition Hall to-night, the , left wing of the Labour Movement, as 'they described themselves, Jaunchea their State election campaign. This took the form of a strong attack against the present Labour Government. The speakers, who included three left wing or communist candidates, were frequently heckled by other Labourites. Mr. Durkin, who is regarded as tn-s leader of the left wing, announced his policy which inelnded many quixotic demands. The body of the hall was fairly full, but fiom the start of the meeting it became evident there were opponents present, and at times it ap peared as if a disturbance-was immin ent. Volleys of interjections were fired at the speakers, and the meeting was in terrupted at intervals.

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