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THE THIRD TEST THRILLING STRUGGLE ENDED ASHES RETURN TO ENGLAND AUSTRALIA BEATEN BY THREE WICKETS Perth, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

THE THH3) TEST - — j ^ _ THRILLING STRUGGLE ENDED .ASHES BETUBN TO ENGLAND AUSTRALIA BEATEN BY THREE WICKETS Perth, January 5. -r 'Old Boy' telegraphs to the ??Wese- Australian'^ — . ? \ ? ' ' The fine weather which has favour ed the third test match on. the 'Mel bourne Cricket Ground broke early this morning, when, a thunder storm brought with it some heavy showers, which, completely altered the condi tions ? When play ceased on Thursday af ternoon, Australia in its second in nings had lost eight wickets for 347, and thus was 327 runs to the good, with two wickets in hand. The wicket, which was dry 'and dusty, was showing signs of wear, and was likely to crum ble, and it was feit that it would take England all their time to make th« runs already required. Australia threw away her chance1 early in the hour after luncheon and tor' morrow morning, unless there should be rain, her bowlers will be faced with the task of disposing of nine batsmen for 161 runs. If the rubber is to be save...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

LOCAL & GENERAL. Boad Work at Yandanboka. — A gang of ten men are due to. leave Geraldton on Monday \ to . undertake , main road work at Yandanooka. Shipping. — The Gascoyne arrived in port at 7.30 this morning. She is on her way to Singapore and continued her voyage about 13 o'clock. Wild.' Turkeys. — Make a tasty nieaL B,ut the trouble is, they take a powci of bagging. Make the job' easy — with the right kind of guns and ainamnition. You buy best at Guscott's Sporting Depot. * Everything at Perth prices. — Advt. . The Word 'Maru' — Japanese' ships with, the' word 'Maru' included in their names frequently visit ?Gerald- ton during, the wheat loading season. According to a Japanese, sailor, who was questioned on the subject, the word 'Mara' means 'steam-ship' in the Japanese language. This accounts for the frequent use of the word. ? Beach Improvements. — In prepara tion for Geraldton Week the Council has authorised the extension of the' shelter sheds on the beach. At pre se...

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HOW TO AVOID INDIGESTION AN EASY WAY TO DO IT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

HOW TO AVOID INDIGESTION AN EAST WAY TO DO IT. In most digestive troubles, excess acid and fermented food have a ten dency to remain in the stomach until the next meal is eaten. That is why intense pain so often follows immedia tely after eating. In cases of this kind, digestive disturbance can be ab solutely prevented by taking half a teaspoonful of ' Bisurated ' Magnesia powder or two or three tablets in a little water half an hour before eating. This neutralises the acid, and in effect washes out the stomach, leaving' it clean and sweet for the next meal.* Get a package1 of 'Bisurated*- Magnesia from your chemist to-day. Take it 'be- fore your next meal, and note the^ab sence of the usual pain and discomfort. In very bad cases take another ^tos* after -meals, to make assurance doubly sure. 'What is the term applied to peo ple who sign other people's names on cheques?' 'Five or ten years ,usually.' 'A joint bank account must be nice.' 'Yes, it's a lovely arrangement. My husband de...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

IK MEMOBIAM WILLIAMS. — In loving', memory of our dear mother, Alice Maud Williams, who passed ahead January 4, 1926. Though absent, ever present — Inserted by her loving ^. husband and daughters (Subiaco). ?

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EUROPEAN STORMS HEAVY FALLS OF SNOW FLOODS THREATEN ROME London. January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

EUROPEAN STORMS HEAVY FALLS OF SNOW TImOODS THREATEN SOME London. January 4. There have been heavy falls of snow in many parts of Great Britain, and on the Continent. A message from Borne states that Italy has- been swept from end to end J by cyclones and snowstorms mingled with .hail, rain and thunder. The river Tiber has almost reached flood level, and if its rise continues, parts of Borne will be inundated.

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GLASGOW'S UNEMPLOYED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

GLASGOW'S UNEMPLOYED A Goyernment^seheme for the voca tional training of the unemployed h%s (says the Glasgow correspondent of the 'Christian Science Monitor') been inaugurated in this eity, and as a re sult a laree number of idle youns men in Glasgow will have an opportunity of equipping themselves for various, occupations. .The method which has' been adopted is the establishmment of an industrial centre for men- who art: ?willing to help themselves while being; helped. Although it is not claimed that in the six-month period of the course efficient craftsmen will be turn ed out, it is expected that those who apply themselves to the intensive in stmctioa given at the centre will have assimilated a measure or knowledge sufficient to increase their chances of securing employment at the end of that period. ; The scheme will deal mayily witL young nien who have never had the op portunity of I: learning a trade, and who, through being ont of work for some considerable time, hare as a re ...

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THE 44-HOURS WEEK TIMBERMEN DEMAND RETENTION STRIKE THREATENED IN N.S.W Sydney, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

THE 44-HOURS WEEK TIMBERMEN DEMAND RETENTION STBXKE THREATENED IN BiW Sydney. January 5. It is expected that the members of the Timber Workers' Union will put their strike threat into effect to-day br ignoring the intimation of the employ ers that they must work in accordance with the new award of the Federal Ar bitration Conxt. The men decided at a meeting in Sydney this week to defy the new award and to continue to work the 44' hour week. ? The Secretary of the Labour -Council (Mr. J. S. Garden) said last night that further, efforts were being made to 'obtain a conference with the em ployers to discuss the new award, aud the Labour Council last night resolve*! to support the 'timber workers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

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INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC Toronto, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC ? ♦ toronto, January 4.. The epideniic of influenze in Tor into has caused 21 additional deaths since noon on Wednesday. -

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COUNTRY SEWERAGE NORTHAM SETS AN EXAMPLE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

COUNTRY SEWERAGE 1 ' m ? NOBTHAM SETS AN EXAMPLE There is a proposal afoot to instal a ? se\ver::yi; system in Xurrhni:i, which, in tue event of its fullilment, would maki: it the Hist couutry district in Western Au !r:: li:i to !»? luis.sessed of such :i scheme. ' At the monthly meeting of the Xur thcuii IJuanl of Health recently prices were received from a number of engi neers for the work ni preparing plans and Kj-eciliwvtio!iv and estimates ot cn.-t and other details couuecied wit Ji the 111 Klullution. The matter uas joferred to 1 the health committee for a recoiameii Usiticn. I As the bigger count ry towns continue I to expand tin* uece sify for mure modern ! systems ol' sanitation will be brought. huuie more strikingly. At tlie present lime the pan system is in general ope ration outside the iiietrcpolifciii urea. ) although in nearly all districts septic j lank installations or other devices ?are! in use at the principal hotels and other ' main buildings. The ordinary, house...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

That aching back! Is a dull, throbbing backache making you miserable ? Are you tortured with rheumatic pains, stiffness and hard swellings in your joints or limbs? Do the sharp stabs of lumbago attack your back ? Is there annoying urinary disorder ? Are you feeling tired and worn out, nervous, irritable and depressed ? ' Then look to your Kidneys 1 The kidneys are the blood filters. End should they slacken in their work, the blood becomes- poisoned and. your entire system is upset. Backache and sliarp, knife-like' twinges begin to distress you; your head aches, you have dizzy spells, bladder trouble and sleeplessness. Don't wait for further signs of' kidney disease. Help your weaken ed kidneys before it is too Jate. UseDoan's Backache Kidney Pills. This special kidney medicine will prevent, as well as relieve, kidney and bladder complaints. Doan's Pills have helped thousands. They should just ,as surely help you. Sold by all Chemists and Stores. Foster-McCIellatt Co. . Proprietors, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

SPECIAL NEW YEAR OFFERS! THE CLIFTON BEDROOM SUITE — — £14:17:6 THE DESMOND BEDROOM SUITE ? - £16:17.6 ICE CHESTS — £4:10:0 and £5:5:0 ICE BOXES — £3:5iO The Ideal 3-Piece MOQUETTE SUITE ~r— r S19il9.Q Sewing Machines* ? — Latest Styles Ordinary Drophead Tredle — ? £17:10:0 ' Automatic Drophead Tredle ? £21:10:0 Electric Driven Cabinet Model ? £25:0:0 When Comparing our Prices we would also like you to compare the Quality of Manufacture. AH our Furniture ^ produced by Expert Craftsmanship in Geraldton. N. & W. UREN, CABINET. MAKERS &. PICTURE FRAMERS Phone 106 Marine Terrace

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GERALDTON WEEK THE PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

GERALDTON WEEK THE PROGRAMME The programme for Geraldton Week. commencing on Saturday, January 2i5, is as follows: — . ' '. ' Saturday, January 2ff (unofficial) — Arnrninp-. — Onenino- of Bowlinjr Tour nament. ? v Afternoon. — First day of Victoria District Turf Club 'a Annual Cup meet ing. Evening. — A Championship Fight. Sunday, January 27 (unofficial) — Afternoon. — Beach Attractions: Row ing, Yachting and Swimming -races. Evening — Open-air Concert on tit* Esplanade. : Monday, January 28 (Official Opening Day)— Morning. — Continuation' oT Uowlin;; Tournament; Opening .of Open Tennis Tournament, including Victoria District Championships; rowing regatta; yacht ing races; swimming carnival;' child ren's beach sports. Afternoon. — Second day of Victoria District Turf Club's Annual Cup mcet * ing. Evening. — In the Town Hall, 'Tha Chimney Corner,' a domestic drama in two acts, preceded by a musical med ley. Tuesday, January 29 — - Afternoon. — Beach sports for . child rcn; Continuati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

Among nourishing, health giving dishes, there is none more deliciour, or more beneficial than FOSTER^ CLARK'S CUSTARD served with stewed fruit. The addition of FOSTER CLARK'S CUSTARD ' to a dish of fruit provides just that nourishment the fruit lacks, and makes it welcomed by even the most delicate digestions. R-Ster0ark* « v Custard

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A GIRL'S VENGEANCE MARRIED HER FATHER'S MURDERER [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

A GIRL'S VENGEANCE MAEBEBD HER FATHER'S MURDERER T-i 'avi-ngf:r her futlK'r, wiitos u Budapest new spa per coricvpondcnt, Irma Uji married Joheph Drotes, his .murderer. Drotos was released from prison oa parole from a life sentence after serv ing fifteen years, together with Irma s mother, his accomplice. The pair stiot and killed Irma's father in 1914 be , cause lie refused to give his wife a dl- j [ voix-u and permit her to marry young I I.TOtOS. * .,{ ] .I«isc2-h is -J', and his head is grey, i His one time paramour is 50 and looks ,90. In Irma, Joseph sees the image Of her mother as .she used to be. In Joteph | Inna sees, not her father's murderer, ' but her mother's lover. j 'I don't think Joseph killed father,' [ ishe told the village priest. 'Mother j vvas to blame, and I am marrying Jos- ' fl-h not only beeause I love him, but to keep mother from getting him. \m that way I am avenging father.' ; Joseph wont to the altar a happy man. But the jilted mother stopped outside the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

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THE KING'S ILLNESS CLEANSING THE AIR ELABORATE OPERATION. London, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

THE KING'S ILLNESS — - — : ? » _r_— - CLEANSING THE AIR ELABORATE* OPERATION. London, January 4. The 'Daily Mail* '.says that artificial weather is assisting the King towards convalescence. A pipe in the gardens of Buckingham Palace . absorbs - air. which traverses an elaborate engineer ing plant, where a constant shower of artificial ice-cold rain, including a email nnnntitir nf fferni-Mlliner chemi cals, washes it, after which it Is pass ed over steam-heated plates, securing the requisite temperature, the steam adding the necessary humidity. Oxy gen in the form of ozone can be add ed. The air passes inte -Hie King's bed room, where a discharge pipe is fitted to ensure an even flow.- -A thermostat maintains the desired temperature, while the atmospheric^ humidity' and oxyg-cnation are regulated. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

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NO SIGN OF A RELAPSE London, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

NO SIGN OF A RELAPSE London. Januarv 4. The fourth consecutive, bulletin re cording that the King's condition is un changed means that His Majesty has remained practically stationary for 36 hours. The fact that there has baen no upward movement accords, however, with the doctors' anticipations, and must not be interpreted as evidence of a' relapse. If all goes well he Duke of York and the Duke of Gloucester will go to Sandringham on Monday for a week's shooting, and possibly the Prince of Wales will follow them in the next wept. ; -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929

WE LOST A CUSTOMER MILLARS TIMBER AND TRADING COMPANY FOR THE REASON WHY ? SEE NEXT ISSUE ' . - . - & .

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