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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL ? * ? A Fanner's Eslaie. — The .late Mr. Charles llrazier lidin. farmer, of Win chester, who died at. Three Springs on September liHh at the age of forty-one years, left estate of a probate value of t.'12,.''.(M»/l4/-;. The beneticiaries under the will are the testator's widow and children. (?rcencugh Angluati Cliurra. — The 1«. Mowing services will be conducted in the Greenough Anglican Parish by the Reefer (Rev. R. W. Laurie) on Sunday next : — 11 a.m.. Holy Communion ;;t South Greenough : 3.30 p.m., Eveusi.ng ? it Walkaway: 7.3-- p.m., Evensong at P-i-'uigo. ? # Light District Rain. — Light showers which fell Ui Geraldlon on Tuesday night last were responsible for a recording of eight points «,f rain and were followed up last night with more widespread district falls, all of which were comparatively light. District i recordings for the twenty-four hours t uded at U a.m. to-day were as fol l-.iws: — Geraldtoii. 27 points: Walka way, 3r» ; Northampton. 10: Carcn, ...

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

MiSCELL.ANL.OUS j J^ NIGHT for the Kiddies at the Plain aud Fancy Dress Ball in the Ger aldton Town Hall on Friday, April j 23rd : lucky i?p-it dances, novelties and , streamers; gallery votiug and good' prizes. Organised by the Church of England Guild. j QYCLE Tyres and Tubes are now ! available in all sizes at Young \ Motors Pty. Ltd., Geraldtou ; be early to avoid disappointment. QYCLE Tyres and Tubes — 10, 20, 24 ! and 26 x lg: Tyres only 2S x lj| and 27 x 1£ — At Geraldton Tyre Ser vice, Cathedral Avenue, Geraldton (Tel. } 310). (JHAMPION Spark Plugs! Supplies yf types which have been in short supply for Trucks and Tractors are | again available at Young Motors Pty. I Ltd., (ieraldton. JgNGLISH Crepe Paper! Over forty different colors in Crepe Paper ar lOd. per packet. Now obtainable from j Geraldton Newspapers' Limited, Ger aldton. I pOR SALE — 4/5-ton Ford Truck (1941 model) ; will take lighter truck as part payment: M.P. £400, S.P. £390. Apply A. J. Walton, Northampton. JVOR...

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

GOLDEN FUECE AIL ,-?£& WOOL UNS0B/JlftCABl£ ?^v WOOL C COTWOM ^g^ ? ... ? — — : ? j Geraidton Police and Citizens ** ** ^Hl^-i )*'» *^Wi©!ltil ' SINDAY, APKIL IStlj, 1948 I' ^/^fel^ S ^^Silta SUNDAY, APRIL ISth, 194S Jiff ^yrrBl | picnic to~bringo ?I 1 I ^ )\ /f^wttkl t '' ! (A REAL DAY OUT) 1 Iff JSl^ ^W-#^f^j&^ZJ /eSlif'liif i HOT WATEK ()X THE GROUNDS ? 'iwM ^P^s^n^^Bk/ /iflBPf If' i MAMMOTH LOG CHOP ?iBPv\-?5*^?('^^^_I-^'V^Hyj'i' ' ALSO CHILDREN'S SPORTS ? lljip^A \^^l^ ^Jfc^-'*^/l TO 'I I Transport by Mac's Buses :WKv ^^A^4 \ ^-^iJ^^^^^m ~*?*j£? L- H9U- First Bus leaves Bus Stand in Marine UfiJ^ FOLLOW f JfiHP CHILDREN OF SCHOOL AGE 1/ /^P THE LOVELY LINE / A NgP||;: J. T. ashelfoud, secretary (// Fo'ow ll'e lovcliC£l line to m -W/ifPj Legislative Council Elections -J / C ' 'Lingerie and it will fcad you to / ',' ?''??/£' I m f i -I ? \( C »lic Lustre label. Lustre is Lingerie #^^ ^ ^-' / \\ . CENTRAL PROVINCE C V / of distinction. You II like it for its / /^^ji...

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Death Follows Meeting Sequel to Brothers Re-Union FREMANTLE TRAGEDY Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Death Follows Meeting Sequel to Brothers' Re-Union FREMANTLE TRAGEDY ? I'erth, This Afternoon. While with his brother last night for (he fiist time in five years, a man fell down a flight of stairs and suffered head injuries from which he died fifteen minutes later. He was thirtythree year-old seaman, Michael Waldrum, of fhe s.s. Esperance Bay, now in Fre mantle. Waldrum's Im.-her is Thomas John Waldrum, of Samson Street, Heacous: He hi. They met when the Esperance Kay arrived frcin London yesterday, were together on the Esperance Bay .??bent !) p.m. when Michael Waldrum fell down the stairs. He was rushed to (he Fremantle Hospital, bill died at S).ir» p.m.

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YACHTING. Local Skiff Championship. FIRST HEAT TO LILY. Contributed. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

YACHTING Local Skiff Championship FIRST HEAT TO LILY (Contributed) The first of three heats to decide the Geraldton skill' championship was con ducted on the harbor course on Sunday last by the Geraldum Yacht Club, the race resulting in an exciting finish in which six seconds separated the three place-getters. The winner was Lily. ski[i|«-ied by C. Herbert with Verona -\V. Wight) second and Xaiad Hi. Levers) third. The only other starter was Albion (R. West), which craft finished IS minutes behind. The race was conducted under light and variable wind conditions. Ail the boats got away to a good start and were closely bunch ed at the first buoy Xaiad being the first around, half-a-length from Verona with Lily a length further back. Albion was in close attendance. Xaiad chose the northern portion of the harbor on the next leg, whilst Verona and Lily selected the southern portion and centre of the harbor for the loner windward punch t-i Marsh's bu-iy. Albion seemed to be everywhere the...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. Operations on Local Range. WEEK-END SCORES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

RIFLE SHOOTING Operations on Local Range WEEK-END SCORES On Saturday last fourteen members of the Geraldton Rifle Club partici- | pated in a shoot over the ?-00 yards j range, the scores being counted tor a ! further stage of the handicap aggre i gate and also for a club trophy. Condi- | tious were only fair, there being a i running mirage and a varying wind, and without the use of windage flags j aiming was somewhat difficult. How *-»*.!, in.^uir lum i»n i rHiuir Kilt ia- k,-HJM » scores were recordiMl, two of the younger members of the club reaching the 'possible' with handicap, and in : a shoot-off S. Gratte won the trophy. J A pleasiug feature of re*-ent operations ? on the range is the good progress being , made by the y« linger riflemen as the ; result of the coaching and advice of older members. The day's scores were i as follows: — j 500 Hp. r»-)0 H p. Tl ' S. Graf to ...... 32 3 32 3 70 P. Ashplant . . . . L'l 5 31 r» 70 | A. Morgan ? L'SI r- 32 '- -i0 ! A. Challenger . . 3...

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

JOHN HENRY AUSTRAL$!£ AROUSES NATION WIDE J ^jlw!- DISCUSSION tQe^^r in a series of dramatic plays and JhHm d^ commentaries on current affairs Nsrff!* .^^ FEARLESS! OUTSPOKEN! URGENTLY IMPORTANT! Listen to STATION 6GE every THURSDAY at 8.45 p.m. Authorised by D. M . Cleland, 30 Ash Street, Sydney The Bath and * ^^^=§1^-*V Complexion Care of 9 out of every 10 Film Stars -— -* ? ? ,. ? I.TJJ7J3 3 ' BACKACHE makes Housework hard! No wonder housework is hard ... no wonder there seems more to do than one pair of hands can possibly manage . . . for back ache turns the most ordinary of tasks into weary toil. But when backache is due to j^ - sluggish kidneys, ^WO that is a trouble you ffaBv can soon put right. vf^Sf| Yes, SOON ... be- £'WmM cause many women ^^^|^k| gain relief simply by jJp|||ggE relying on De Witt's , **k ^Smm Pills to restore pro- v& Jjjji per kidney action. ^^liHSK To so many gmgwI^B^R women, De Witt's U^H|B| Pills are a reliable !^^^^^^m standby ... an un- I^^SS...

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Jungle Children Reared by Wild Animals CAN THEY BE CIVILISED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Jungle Children Reared by Wild Animals CAN THEY BE CIVILISED The huntsmen could hardly believe their eyes as they sighted a boy drink ing with three wolf tubs at :i pool at ! the jungle-edge (writes Lloyd Petworth j in 'Tit Bits'). Hiving chase, they ? (?aught him by the leg, though he fought i savagely, seizing a gun barrel in his teeth like an uiiinuti. ] He would eat nothing but raw fle-s'a. j and lie was iinuhle n- sruvik ar rwm? iiise words. j When the news of the wolf boy's cap- ', tiire spread There was a strange sequel. ! A v.oiuau came forward and, by a birth murk and a burn scar identified him as her son, who had been seized by a wolf . and carried off into the jungle six j years before. j This occurred in India in 1849, and is vouched for in the reminiscences ?-* t Major General Sir William Sleetnun. ; Xow there is an astonishing parallel in , the «-nse uf the l.T-year-old boy cap- ! tuml while running with a herd .»f ! gazelles in the Arabian Desert. j Four Baghdad docto...

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Teachers and Students Visits to Britain Encouraged FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Teachers and Students Visits to Britain Encouraged ? FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE A bureau to supervise and encourage t visits to Britain by teachers and students from overseas is being set up i by the Ministry of Education. It will I also arrange exchange trips to other j ??c.untries from Britain. It will be i known as the central bureau for edu i c;iriiin;i! visits ;in(! pxi-hamrt^s anH its first function will be to make a survey «-f the activities of many agencies in Britain aud other countries doing simi lar work of this kind. Active coopera tion with such agencies is contemplated and it is intended to supplement their activities where necessary by under taking the resjWMisibility for arranging t'i«' visits and exchanges. The bureau will not interfere with the work' of .'xisting agencies, nor start operations until a survey has been undertaken and the position discussed with the various educational bodies concerned. This new bureau is one of the first tusks being undertaken by the Educa...

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Adopted an Orphan A Scarce Commodity KEEN DEMAND [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Adopted an Orphan j » ? A Scarce Commodity KEEN DEMAND I ? : Dr. E. R. Wyeth, former Queensland ' cricketer, and Mrs. Wyeth. when in j England, made up their minds to adopt : a little English orphan boy and give ! !tim a chance in Australia. But they j J'cund that orphans were scarce and ithey had to visit five organisations |l.eiore they obtained Noel, a curly I headed two-year-old. 'We have been away for two years,'' ! : said Dr. Wyeth. 'I was doing a doc- ! i t orate of education in California and . f we crossed over to England. j I 'But you have no idea how scarce ' \ ihey are. Everybody wants to adopt ? ' orphans. Finally we got hold of Noel j ! through the Overseas League. l i ''He came to us the day we sailed i from London, and he has not given us a moment's trouble.' .

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Drowned in Harbor Shipmates Vain Rescue Effort A FATAL SLIP Fremantle, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Drowned in Harbor Shipmates' Vain Rescue Effort ; A FATAL SLIP Kremantle. This Afternoon. Despite determined attempts to rescue him, a seaman disappeared after lie fell into the Fremautle harbor from a ship yesterday afternoon. Missing is thirty-three-yoar-old Owen Morgan, of the s.s Atlantic City, now at the North Wharf. Two of Morgan's shipmates made desperate attempts to save him, but he sank «.ut of sight. Seai/iaii John Donovan said: — ''Mor- gan and I were painting on a stage slung over the side about amidships. ! Morgan's foot suddenly slipped in I he , space between the stage and the ship's j side and he fell through the gap into j the wafer. I jumped in with my j clothes on anil grabbed Morgan, who ' seemed (-- !-e floating n«rti-.nJess just i under the surface. I think he might | have hit his head against the side of [ the ship. I finally had to let him go.' j Constables Morgan, of the Water ! Police, and Ivifon, *;f North Fremantle, i began dragging beside the ship for fl...

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Braund's Methods ALLEGED CANCER CURES 'Outstanding Public Mischief' TREATMENT VALUELESS Sydney, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Braund's Methods ALLEGED CANCER CURES 'Outstanding Public Mischief j TREATMENT VALUELESS Sydney. Auril S. '?The exploitation of Mr. Joliu Brsiund'.s alleged cancer cure was an j uutstandiiifi iiublic mischief with iuter national ramifications.'' So says the { report of the special investigation com- | uiittef set up by the .State Government. The 1'reiiiier (Mr. MeGirr) tabled the report in the Legislative Assembly to-day. 'In two cases the committee 'consid- ered that the longer the patients re- ! mained under Mr. liraund's unusual i fiviifment the less chance they had of lii-iiijr,' says the report. 'In such cir --n instances it appears that Mr. Jiraund ' has Iwimi materially assisting in the j 'death of these people.' Mr. Itraund had no specific cure for ? cancer and his treatment was of no benefit to cancer .sufferers, the report j stated. The committee found that Mr. ; Braund's alleged specific cure for can- j cer was an injection of alum below the j skin surface killing off the...

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Tests for Army Cars Twelve Months in the Jungle DIFFICULTIES LEARNT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Tests for Army Cars Twelve Months in the Jungle] DIFFICULTIES LEARNT An inieivsunjr anil novel experiment Una recently Ijeeu completed l».v iJriiaiu's Ministry of Supply, who set ? -ut to secure reliable evidence of the 'laiuaye likely to be caused to army [ vehicles, stored for extended periods, under tlie most severe tropical eoudi -!iv-?rsity (liat many industries, apart ! from that primarily concerned with ihe manufacture of motor vehicles, may hitirn valuable lessons for the nrepsira tion and presentation of their ^oods iu world markets. Six brand new, and perfectly stand ard, army lorries were drawn straight from the- manufacturers' production lines. They were crated and shipped lo West Africa, where they were left lying in the open jungle for twelve months, subject to constant attack from rodents, termites, corrosion and mould. The protection provided was deliber ately limited. Anti-corrosive inhibi tor oil was sprayed on machined mov ing parts of the engine, but certain port...

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

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New Colonial Plans East African Development THE DEFENCE ASPECT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

New Colonial Plans East African Development THE DEFENCE ASPECT Writers and propagandists of various nations who have lately dwelt on the failiugs of the British Empire, and have discussed — not always with regret — its possible collapse have over looked certain big developments in East Africa. Britain's new colonial plans differ iroiu her previous enterprises of the kind iu that they will not be carried out by private capital. But they have features which recall the most adven turous phases of imperial expansion. All the obstacles and dangers of the jungle are to be attacked on an unpre cedented scale and with techniques unknown to early empire-builders. If Kipling were alive, though no friend of Socialism, he would probably find the British Government's latest colonial schemes exciting. Since the war, Britain has with drawn from India, Burma and most of Egypt, aud she will soon leave Tales tine. The strong points on her old route to the east have been largely abandoned. But in East...

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Lincoln's Parable An Embarrassing General "A GOOD FIZZLE" [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Lincoln's Parable ? + ? An Embarrassing General 'A GOOD FIZZLE' During the war between the States, Abraham Lincoln called at the War Department to discuss a certain Gen eral B — who, as a commander, appear ed to be a complete dud in every job.' 'We've got to move him to another command,'' the President was told. 'Yes,' admitted Lincoln, 'but I am afraid he'll turn out like a piece of iron I once found while working in the woods. I thought it would make a good uxe-head, and took it to a blacksmith. 'Yes,' said he, 'it'll malce a good axe.' So lie put it into the fire, made it red hot, and pounded away on it on his anvil. After hammering it a 'good while, he stopped aud said. 'No, it won't make an axe, but I tell you it'll make a mighty good clevis.' ?'He heated it again, pounded away at it a great while, then stopped, look ed at it and said 'No, it won't make a clevis, neither. But,' said he, holding it red-hot in his pincers over his tub of water, '111 tell you what it will make. It...

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Swimming Classes Stella Maris College Successes RECENT EXAMINATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Swimming Classes ? ♦ ? Stella Maris College Successes S RECENT EXAMINATIONS Pupils of the Stella Maris CnHc^e recently concluded the annual period of instruct ion in aquatics under the di rec tum of Madame de Mouin-ey, I-ip. j U.L.S.S.. of Cottesloe. 1 list ruci ion was j ziven in swimniin^ and life saving and ! the extiMiinatiiins were conducted by | Mr. E. NaiK-armw. (details of the j awards ^aineil |(y the students are as j follows : — I r.ieiueiuary ». iji iincaie — A.iriM'S » oie l man. Ann ?Coleuiau. .loan - la Ha hawk. (Ruth Ancliffe, Celine Moss, Violet Stansneid. Franci's Chine. Marie Mor ris. Pauline Reynolds. Philomena Pm '.esis. .Margaret Hadal.j. Barbara j [»eiau«'.\-, .Maureen Ain-lifi'-*. Ann Heuly. /Gladys !ievi,.e and !--»rorhy !--»lacie. i Iiir**rme-?iaie Cer-i*k-ate -- Maureen JAncljfie. Apnes Col--mati. Philoniena Pr-ivesis. Pauline ReynoJds. .Marie Mor ris. .Iii! Osljorne. Marie Drew. Dnrecn j Duncan. Hilary .Morrissey. Loretto j Chine. Eliz:;hetJi Clune. Mauree...

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Life's Greatest Thrill Niagara's Silver Curtain HISTORY IN THE MAKING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Life's Greatest Thrill Niagara's Silver Curtain HISTORY IN THE MAKING What event in your life has given you your greatest thrill? writes Harry J. Greemvall in 'Tit-Bits.' It may have been the day you were married or tne day you saw your first born. Perhaps it was the receipt of Boma special letter, or was it the sight of some far-off land of which you had dreamed and never really hoped to see? I remember an American telling: me: 'Boy, I met Florenz Ziegfeld this noon. Some day in my life, I will tell the world.'. No, my American friend was not an actor looking for a job ; just an ordin ary fellow like you and me, but it just shows you that one man's thrill is another man's bore. Well, I suppose It takes all sorts of thrills to keep us Interested. One of the greatest thrills I ever had was when I saw Niagara Falls for the first time. An American friend and I ha-j[ 'shuffled off to Buffalo' from Washington. We were crossing into Canada next morning. It was a lovely moonlit night and I...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 April 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths.   BEREAVEMENT   MR. W. BURROWS wishes to thank all kind friends for letters, cards, tele-   grams, floral tributes and personal ex- pressions of sympathy received in the   recent sad bereavement sustained by the loss of his dearly beloved mother.  

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West Touring Talkies. Programme for Northampton. A TECHNICOLOR FEATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948

West Touring Talkies Programme for Northampton A TECHNICOLOR FEATURE The next programme to be presented by the West Touring Talkies at North ampton will include the technicolor pro duction of Owen Winter's great novel — '?The Virginian,' starring Joel MeCrea, Brian. Donlevy, Sunny Tufts and Bar bara Britton. In addition to endowing the film with pictorial beauty, the pro ducers have cast it to bear out its con tention that 'The Virginian' is one of its most important productions of this, or any other season. Three such top flight stars as MeCrea, Donlevy and Tufts are rarely found in any single picture. MeCrea has the title role and his portrayal of the staunch defender of law aud justice is said to be the best in a career of excellent portrayals. l'k»nlevy returns to the kind of part that used to be associated with his name lwfore he turned hero in ''The Great McGiuty' — that of 'heavy.' He plays Trampas, cattle-rustler, and he plays him with a smooth villainy that is so successful...

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