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Northern District Racing. Mingenew-Yandanooka Club. SEVEN-EVENT PROGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
Northern District Racing Mingenew-Yandanooka Club SEVEN-EVENT PROGRAM The following weights have been declared for the race uieeiing to be cou I ducted by the Mingenew-Yandanooka |' Amateur Turf Club at Mingenew on Saturday next : — j MAIDEN HACK RACE | Five furlongs Balkama - - 10 O Vanity Gold 9 10 Alladin - -- 10 0 At Last ? 9 T I Twilight - - 10 0 Manhattan H. 9 7 ! Cherie - - - 9 12 Gametta ? 9 7 Lock Iris - - 9 12 Guy Fawkes 9 7 Unique - - - 9 10 Ii. Brewer - 9 7 YANOANOOKA HANDICAP (First Division) Six furlongs Conto - - - - 11 0 P.ril. I-ady - 10 u Calliboo - - 10 12 Solfuriel - - ii H Contest ? 10 10 Lee Aim ? 9 7 Enokurra - 10 S Iiundear ? 9 7 Breakaway 10 2 Eleta ? 0 7 Sil. Whale - 10 O Ging - - - - 9 7 Jewell - - - 10 0 j YANDANOOKA HANDICAP (Second Division) Six furlongs I Loch Cress 10 5 Magdalene - - 9 7 Wincosy - - 10 5 At Last ? 9 7 j Gay Shock -10 0 Gametta ? 9 7 j Santo - - - 10 0 Balkama --97 Whyso ? 9 7 Guy Fawkes 9 7 Cumro ? 9 7 Danny - - - - 9 -7 Gold Prince 9...
In Canberra Today FROM OUR COLUMNIST IN PARLIAMENT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
mr^_ ^ ? tin '» Urrciiu ijurggiit t mi ? s ^^^M FROM OUR COLUMNIST IN PARLIAMENT HOUSE Parliament this week has resumed with members' minds alert with the ideas of the electors thi-y have met during the Master rwss. i'lstus for a larger Parliament which occupied the attention of Labor members in the Caucus room earlier in the week seem less urgent to many Parliamentarians of all parties than the querulous thoughts about the world situation and Australian defence. Labor members are newly returned from Kaster parry conferences where Prime Minister Chif ley warned against imported isms. Liberal and Country I'arSy men see victory at the polls growing larger while such internal strife as the Queensland strike keeps Labor leaders laiigled in a philosophical dilemma. World crisis, the glare of publicity upon the Communist, organisation and the common concern about the results of the referendum and elections tint] the Opposition and Government parties «-ii common ground about several mat te...
CYCLING. Handicaps for Sunday Next. LAST SPRINT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
CYCLING Handicaps for Sunday Next LAST SPRINT RACES With the season now several weeks under way, longer races are to be featured in the near future, and fol lowers of the sport will have their last opportunity of seeing local riders com pete over the six miles course on Sun day next. Junior members of the club will, as usual, be seen in action in a three miles event and this will com mence at 10.30 a.m. Good nominations have been received for both events and on this occasion large fields seem assured. The handicaps have been issued as follows: — Seniors — X. McKillop (scr.), R. McCagh and B. McAuliffe (15 sees.). W. O'Brien (35 sees.), B. Dunne, R. Manners and R. Telfor (50 sees.), M. McAuliffe and R. McKillop (GO sees.), G. Allender (70 sees.), D. Sharpe (SO (sees.), M. Sivwrigbt and L. Marsh (00 I sees.), J. Fitzgerald, C. McAuliffe and J. Backshall (100 sees.), P. White (110 sees.). Juniors — N. Batchelor. A. Allen and G. Doolan (scr.), R. Nash (10 sees.). Buckridge, M. Grigsby, ...
CHURCH SERVICES. Arrangements for To-morrow. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
CHURCH SERVICES Arrangements for To-morrow The following servh-es will be con ducted in various churches in the towu during to-morrow (Sunday) : — Church of Christ. — 10 a.m., Sunday School : 11 a.m.. Worship in the C.W.A. Hull at the corner of Marine Terrace and Gregory Street. Church of England. — 7.30 a.m., Holy Communion ; 10 a.m.. Holy Communion with Address (Young People's Family Service) , 11 a.m.. Morning Prayer with Sermon; ~- p.m., Holy Hnptism ; 7.30 p.m.. Evening Prayer with Senucii. Salvation Army. — 7.30 a.m.. Prayer Meeting; 10.1 ~» a.m.. Directory Classes; 11 a.m., Holiness Meeting: 1! p.m.. Com pany Classes at lilufl' Point; 3 p.m.. Company Classes at Geraldton ; -».3O p.m., Open Air Meeting in Marine Ter race; 7.30 p.m., Salvation Meeting. Methodist Church. — 0.4a a.m., Sunday School and Kindergarten; 11 a.m., Morning Worship (preacher, Mr. J. Mosedale) ; 7.30 p.m.. Evening Worship (preacher. Mr. E. Eaton) ; anthem, 'Send Out Thy Light.' Presbyterian Church. — 10 a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
Overworked, Tired Nerves LEAD TO ML CH DISTRESS A good many people know what hap- } pens when the nervous system is over worked. They become irritable, wor ried, suffer headaches, depression and cannot get sufficient sleep at night. Nothing seems to go right and the suf ferer becomes discouraged and des pondent. If you are like this, you should try j to cease worrying and strengthen your ] nerves by giving them all the nourish- ] uieut possible. This, of course, is done j through your blood stream and taking .Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is a good way to do ir. These pills help to restore the normal quantity of red corpuscles and iron content of the blood, which carries life-giving oxygen and nutri ment to the nerves, organs and tissues of the body. After taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills you should have increased energy, good appetite, better sleep. The j uerviness. headaches, weariness due to i anaemia should disappear. Give Dr. Williams* Pink Pills a reasonable trial j if you are nervy...
Flat Rate for Water. Premier Answers Mr. Moore. GOVERNMENT'S POLICY. Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
Flat Rate for Water Premier Answers Mr. Moore GOVERNMENT'S POLICY ? Perth, This Afternoon. A huge sum would be spent in and near Kulgoorlie if the Government's endeavour to reach an agreement with the Federal Government on the rail standardisation plan were successful, the Premier (Mr. D. R. McLarty) said to-day. He was replying to the com ment by the Mayor of Kalgooriie (Mr. R. G. Moore) ou the refusal of the Gov ernment to make a flat rate for water throughout the State. Mr. Moore said that the State Government was a 'Perth Government'' with a metropoli tan complex. Mr. McLarty said that the revision of water rate charges was still under consideration. He was sorry that all the Government's plans for decentralis ation had been brushed aside by Mr. Moore as of no account compared with the flat rate for water.
Radio Theatre Talkies. Current Attractions. REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
Radio Theatre Talkies ? ? ? v Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES The absorbing drama laid in the col orful cattle country of New Mexico as presented in 'The Se:-. of Grass'' will be the main feature in tbe programme to be screened at the Radio Theatre to-night. ]r presents the powerful emotional struggle between a deter mined man and an equally spirited woinaii. Several interesting short sub jects will complete the bill and the programme for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights is as follows: — (1) — Xewsreel. (^J— 'The Notorious Lone Wolf (Ger ald Muhr. .lanis Carter, Eric Wore and John Abbott). (3)— Hrevity. -4) — 'A Woman Destroyed' (Susan Hayward, Lee Bowman. Marsha Hunt and Eddie Albert). 'A Wcinaii Destroyed' An outstanding performance is given by Susan Hayward in 'A Woman Des i roved,' which will be screened on Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Given what is probably one ot tbe most unsympathetic characterisa tions ever brought to the screen — that of a woman alcoho...
CONFERENCE BROKEN-UP. Delegates Grim Experience. AN EVACUATION OFFER. Bogato (Colombia), April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
CONFERENCE BROKEN-UP Delegates Grim Experience AN EVACUATION OFFER Bogato (Colombia), April 1). A shouting mob armed with machettes. bricks and stones worked its destruc tive way through the Pan-American conference buildings. For twenty min utes they broke furniture and smashed typewriters. The unarmed Capitol building guard did not try to stop them. Soon one hundred soldiers arrived and drove out the luob with rifles and bayonets. Many conference delegates were still in the building. They were herded up on the third floor for safety. The Mexican delegation members left the building under the protection of their own Hag. holding it in front of them as they walked. The United States delegate, the State Secretary (Mr. Marshall) is sate. When rioting broke out he was at his Bagota residence twenty blocks away from the scenes of death, violence and wild shooting in the heart of the city. Argentina has sent three planes to bring members of its conference dele gation home. The Argentine G...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
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SEIZURE OF GOVERNMENT. Liberals Assume Control. FATE OF A CONFERENCE. Bagota (Columbia), April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
SEIZURE OF GOVERNMENT Liberals Assume Control FATE OF A CONFERENCE Iiagota (Colombia.), April 'J. - Before communication between the United States and Colombia was sud Oeiily broken off. correspondents cover ing the Pan-American conference .sent the following combined message: — 'A small bomb exploded outside the United States Embassy and the delega tion buildings. Only windows were broken. There has been widespread looting of liquor and hardware stores. Trolley cars were upended and fives j are raging. The Government is power less to stop the rtots.' Another des patch said that at least eight rebels ?were killed by troops. Later radio listening posts heard (he Colombian Government radio stations broadcast repeatedly : 'Attention ! Attention! The radio and telegraphic communications of Colombia are con trolled by the revolution.' The broadcast, winch came over a channel previously controlled by the Government, proclaimed that the Liberal Party had taken control of the Government and...
Revolt in Colombia. PARTY LEADER SLAIN. Assailant Kicked to Death. RIOTING IN THE CAPITAL. Bagota (Colombia), April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
Revolt in Colombia PARTY LEADER SLAIN Assailant Kicked to Death RIOTING IN THE CAPITAL Ragota (Colombia), April '9. After the Opposition Liberal Party Leader (Dr. Jorjte Elicer Gaitain) had tw-eii shot in the street to-day an an^rry niob c»f shouting revolutionists svoniie-l the National Palace and took over the Colombian tJovernmeur. Acronliii;: t-- the rebel-controlled radio Dr. Gaitain was vilely slain, although first reports said that ho was gravely wounded. While weeping women gathered j around the spot where Dr. Oaifaiii had j been shot,1 dipping their handkerchiefs i in his blood as it trickled fo the gut-! ter, an infuriated mob seized his attacker from the police and kicked him to death. The mob ripped the clothes from the body and dumited it naked at the door of the Presidential Palace seven blocks away. Then swelled to KK-,0-)0 as news of the shooting spread revolutionaries swarm ed over to the National capital where the. Pan-American conference was being held. Armed with...
RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS Geraldton to Perth (Friday)— Messrs. H. B. Smith. A. L. Arnold, J. Dillon, Mesdames J. Sweett. H. B. Smith, Misses J. Stirling and K. Jack. Perth to Geraldton (Friday) — Messrs. C. Flody, .T. Green, M. O'Sul livan and Mrs. R. Smoker. Geraldton to Perth (Saturday) — Mr. H. Hunter and Mrs. 3. Cambridge. Geraldton to Carnarvon (Saturday) ? — Mr. G. Dickson. Carnarvon to Geraldton (Saturday) ? — Sister Dannenberg.
People on the Move. Midland Omnibus Service. PASSENGERS BY ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD The following are the passengers who travelled by Jhe bus of die Mid land Railway Company between Perth and Geraldton during the past two days : — Terth to Geraldton ^ Friday) — Messrs. K. A. Doyle, M. Moore, R. Ri'so, D. Brand, C. Kilean, (I. Brown, A. Ava'ss, M. rieldam, C Bothe, Mes dames E. A. Doyle, A. O'Neill, S. Kend rick, F. Moore, D. A. Donald, M. Hen nessy, Taylor, Bodycoat and Miss A. Kendrick. Gerald ton to Perth (Saturday) — Messrs. Christie, J. II. Day, .1. I«\ Hull, II. F. Parsons, J. Robinson, C. Chis holin, C- P. Southwell, F. W. Scott, A. .1. Harrison, It. Mills, A. Barton, AfJfin son. Sinclair, A. Grey, Waldeck, 3V!es dauies Lucas. Wilson, A. Grey, J. If. Day, .L F. Hall. AL Hewitt, It. Parker, M. Gregor, F. W. Scott, A. .7. Harrison, F. Parker, Misses A. B. Christie, A. Sorensen, K. Broad, B. Honfrey, S. Duball and P. Hawkes.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
PERSONAL Mrs. A. J. Watson, of Goldsmith's Hall, accompanied by her twin child- , ren. left Geraldton by last night's train on a brief visit to Perth. ^ ^ ** * Mr. and 'Mrs. T. Askew, of Eleanor Street, left Geraldton by last night's train on the first stage of a two months' holiday tour of the Eastern Stales. * * * * * Mr. D. S. Nevile, licensee of the Free masons Hotel, left for Perth by last night's train in order to bid farewell to his parents, who are leaving Fre inantle during this week-end on an extended holiday visit abroad. ***** Mr. F. J. Dunn, secretary of the Vic toria District Flour Milling Company Limited, who has been holidaying iu the metropolis in company with his wife for the past three weeks, returned to - irraldrou -:n Thursday last. Mr. R. Shilkin, deputy director of Commonwealth Loans iu Western Aus tralia, who has spent the past two days in Geraldton, paid a visit to Northamp ton to-day in company with the secre tary of the Geraldton Loans Committee (Mr. F. Pe...
The Geraldton Guardian SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1948 DIFFERENCES IN BERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
ilhc (fiorafdf on -gttart i-tt SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 194S DIFFERENCES IN BERLIN Ever since the European war ended ihere has been four-Power administra tion of yerliu, but throughout it has U-,H'n an uneasy association, with the Allied Control Council, of which Amer ica, Britain, Russia aud France in turn furnish the chairman mouth by month, cmite unable to irou out all the points o'l friction which crop up between the zones. Ideological divergencies of course are largely to blame, in addition to which li.e fact that rise Russians actually con quered the city seems to have given ihem an overbearing attitude in connec tion with its administration. in recent mouths relations in Berlin have steadily drifted from bad to worse, in common with the general deterioration of the international situa tion. On March 20th the Russian Mili tary Governor (Marshal Sokolovsky) who was chairman at the time, walked -tit of a meeting of the Allied Coutrol \ ouncil with the remainder of the Soviet represen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
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Hit-Run Tragedy. AGED PEDESTRIAN KILLED. Intensive Search by Police. WITNESSES QUESTIONED. Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
Hit -Run Tragedy AGED PEDESTRIAN KILLED Intensive Search by Police WITNESSES QUESTIONED Perth. This Afternoon. The Criminal Investigation Uraiich is now co-oi-erating with traffic police ! in an intensive hunt for J:1st night's | hit-and-run driver, who killed a pedes trian. Witnesses of the Lord Street fatality heard a terrific bang, and then saw the victim appear from underneath tbe hit and-run vehicle after he had been -ivuz«:e-} Tor sixty feet. Although con scious at the scene and apparently only suffering from a smashed leg, sixry four-year-old James Clarke, of Royal Street, East Perth, died within an hour. After Traffic-Constable A. A. Colvin had worked on the fatality until late last night, he was joined early ro-day by Detective-Sergeant C. E. Lamb. An autopsy was beld at the Royal Perth Hospital to-day. The police have received a description of the wanted vehicle described by eye-witnesses of the smash as a dark-colored, old model tourer. After running down Clarke it accele...
Eastern States Racing. Meeting at Moonee Valley. CHIEF RACE TO MISS PRIM. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
Eastern States Racing Meeting at Mbonee Valley CHIEF RACE TO MISS PRIM The Institute Handicap, the prin cipal race on the programme of the ' charity meeting- conducted at the | Moonee Valley racecourse this after-.! noon was won by Miss Prim. Details j 'f the. various events are as follows: — j JUNIOR PLATE j ( Two-year-olds ) j Five furlong.s (First Division) I Spoor, 8.7 ? 1 | Pil»e Dream, s.7 ? 2 I Lepidus, 8.7 ? 3 i Other starters: Alabama Kiuy S.7. i Avidity 8.7. Councillor 8.7, Disguise S.7, j l-'A Damar 8.7, Kerrigan S.7. Na.jera 8.7, i Raltou 8.7, Torrent 8.7, Cadzo\v\s Queen f 8.H, Gay Silhouette 8.7, Laurice a.~\. \ Matstou Green S.-l. Pen Girl S..r», Royal j Bells S.H, Varuna 8..1. Betting: r»0 t*i 1 against the winner. I Dividends: 87/-, 11/--, 7/0. JUNIOR PLATE (Two-year-olds) Five furlongs (Second Division) Mira, 8..-) ? 1 Foona, 8.7 ? 2 Magnetic Vale, S.7 ? 3 Other starters: P.aru.lus 8.7, Devon call 8.7, Douglas 8.7, French Pact 8.7. I. a Balkan 8.7, Oregan 8.7. St. ...
Local Power Failure. Seizure in Small Engine. THE MAJOR OVERHAUL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 April 1948
Local Power Failure Seizure in Small Engine THE MAJOR OVERHAUL 'The seizure of a piston iu one of the engines at the Geraldton power house last night, required that the whole of the western circuit should be switched off for a period of about two-and-a-half hours. The fault in the engine was first detected shortly after 7 o'clock, and householders were in many instances warned of the impending black-out when the lights faded per ceptibly and a few minutes later were extinmiislied. A superficial examiua ioii of the engine failed to reveal the Full extent of the damage and after an interval of about ten minutes the light kvas restored. However, the seizure of the piston ivas then quickly detected when the engine was again put iuto operation, iind it was then fouud necessary to, shut off the whole of the town ou the western circuit until shortly before 10 p.m. Lighting in other sections of the town and to hospitals ami essen tial services was maintained. It was explained to-day that th...