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BUSH FIRES OUTBREAKS IN NORTHAMPTON DISTRICT FIRE-FIGHTERS' GOOD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

BUSH FIRES i O-Jk*S£-&.At£S IN HOKlHAiVi FI&E-7IGHTBHS' GOOD WORK. lesterday uiorning Mis^ fiictey, ot the hallway Hotel, tferaulton, receiver word . xroin Nortnamptou ' tnat ? senoua bush fires had broken out in the dis trict, and she v^as asked to warn all farmers, who' might be in Geraldton, to return immediately to their homes. Further detaihi were made available from- Northampton V to-day. About ,11^30 a.m. yesterday a report was re ceived by the Northampton police from Mrs. Teakle, of Jsseka, stating a. fire had' broken out on her farm. The cause of the fire was not stated. A band of about 200 volunteers' was or ganised, and the fire was first fought at J. Williams* farm. ? Williams him self was rather severely burnt and was admitted to the hospital for treat ment. After great difficulty they saved the house, and fought the fira (by means of firebreaks, wtich* they started near Mitchell' and Cunning ham's place. , Considerable' damage was done to the stubble. V...

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

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OVERCOME BY HEAT HORSE'S MAD ESCAPADE HOUSE INVADED; FURNITURE DAMAGED Sydney, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

OVERCOME, BY HEAT HORSE'S MAD ESCAPADE HOTXSE INVADED; PITRNITUBE DAMAGED Sydney, January 30. Au old -racehorse, which was being ied along Newcastle fioad at East Mait iand to-«iay broke away -and set off on j. mad. gallop. It first charged into a barbed wire fence, where it was caught dv the leg and suffered further injury. Escaping again it jumped the back fence of a, residence and plunged into the breakfast ru\-m where it gave a dis play of -vicious, kicking, whicn damaged the furniture and imperilled the life of the housekeeper. - 1 Then it jumped through the door into the* dining room, kicked and snort ed until it became exhausted. Efforts tor remove it caused a fresh outbreak tout eventually it was led out leaving the house in disorder. . Much' of the furniture was. broken. It is supposed the horse was affected by the heat and had a-M of temporary madness.

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BUSH FIRES SEVERAL HOUSES BURNED YOUNG MAN DIES FROM HEAT Sydney, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

BUSH FIRES SEVERAL HOUSES BURNED YOUNG MAN DIES FROM HEAT Sydney, January 30. BukIi lire* have heen responsible for much damage bctwoen Sydney and Newcastle. Reports received late to nijjht !-tal«' there are many fires be twf -mi Gosford and Newcastle and. al l«£i»thcr nine houses have been burnt. The'*buildings on Wyong racecourse arc in danger. Thomas Cook, aged 10, who had been out . shooting was overcome by heat and diet! a quarter of a mile from home. At Koarsley two cottages wore burnt, :it Belmunt two, at Lisarow five. At ' Tarooina near Wyong the heat is in tense.

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GERALDTON WEEK THE CHILDREN'S DAY BIG SPORTS GATHERING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

GERALDTON WEEK * THE CHILDREN'S DAY BIG SPORTS GATHERING Over 1,000 children and a large crowd of seniors- collected to see the- sports at the recreation reserve yesterday. The side-tshowo enjoyed good patron age, but it was' the cool drink depart-* inent that did the most thriving trade. The various races yere -keenly con tested, some finishes being nearly dead beats. Although Geraidton. -. won. the ., .schools championship by a big margin jf pokits, th*s re ults were eloser than the scores indicate. .^JfcssrSv ;-3©*8i6rj- Liebenon', Dix and Holdcn were in charge of the general - management, while the inter-sehooi competitions, were' .controlled by, Messrs. Truseott, JAJberts. Fielder, Fathers and' Parr. Mr. t*. O'Xeil acted as starter and M?. A. T. ffardwieke seemed to be everywhere at the same time. ' . ' - The following are the derails: — Open Bvtiats Toddlers' Ra-Se.-^Boy£: H. Allen, 1; B. Weston, 2; C. Bishop, 3. Girls: P. O'Neil, 1; N.'Lyaeh, 2j K. Dwyer, 3. Seven, eight and ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

Births, Marriages and Deaths. MARRIAGE. RICHARDS — MURPHY.— On January 18th at Geraldton, by the Rev. Father Hawes, Albert B. Richards, of Dunolly, Victoria, to Edith T., eldest daughter of John and Mary Murphy, of Dandenong, Victoria.   DEATH ALLAN. — On January 30th, William Edward, dearly beloved fiance of   F. Ketteridge, Geraldton Parted until the Resurrection Morn. IN MEMORIAM KEMBER. —In loving memory of our     dear sister Grace, who passed away suddenly at Galena, on January 23rd, 1927, also our dear father, Thomas James Kember, who died at Geraldton, January 31st, 1926.   Sadly we miss them and try not to grieve, A little while longer and we too must leave, To meet those we love, who have just gone before, Where partings are unknown and life ever more. — Inserted by their loving sister and daughter, son and brother-in-law, Madge, Lew and little Connie.       KEMBER. — A tribute to the memory     ...

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The Geraldton Guardian & Express THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1929 WELCOME ANNOUNCEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

The Geraldton Guardian & Express THURSDAY JANUARY 31, 1929 WELCOME ANNOUNCEMENTS It would be a captious critic who would suggest that the announcements made by the most important of our visitors during Geraldton Week fell short of legitimate anticipations. At the civic reception on Wednesday three separate Ministerial announcements were made, each of which was highly important to Geraldton and to the dis- tricts of which it is the centre. First in order of importance was Mr. Will- cock's statement that the railway to Wiluna is to be begun during April of this year, and that the Government confidently anticipates that it will be ready for traffic early in 1930. The importance of this statement is so ob- vious as to need very little stressing. Backed by South African and London money, the company operating the Wi- luna field will lose no time in exploit- ing and developing to the full its re- sources when once transport is avail- able to Wiluna 's natural port. Mr. Willcock ha...

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BRITISH MINERS STARVATION AND PRIVATION PRINCE OF WALES' TRAGIC TOUR PITIFUL STORIES. London, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

BRITISH MINERS STARVATION AND PRIVA- TION PRINCE OF WALES' TRAGIC TOUR PITIFUL STORIES.   London, January 30.   The Prince of Wales today began an unofficial tour of the distressed nor- thern coal areas, and throughout his journeyings he was brought face to face   with grievous privation.   A most touching incident was at     Winlaton, where the Prince went straight to the cottage of Frank Mc- Kay, a man of 44 years of age, who was to have escorted him through the village but there had just been death in that house. The Prince glanced at the drawn blinds, hesitated for a moment, and then entered. McKay was out arranging for the funeral of his wife, who died, last night. The Prince accompanied the weeping daughters upstairs, where the dead wo- man was lying. He asked the cause of her death. One daughter answered calmly: " Starvation."       The Prince's face was white ...

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MINING THE MARAROA PROPERTY. PROPOSED NEW COMPANY. Perth January 26 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

MINING THE MARAROA PROPERTY. PROPOSED NEW COMPANY.       Perth January 26 The directors of the Mararoa Gold Mining Co., have granted to Mr. E. H. Vail, Kalgoorlie, an eight weeks option over the lease of the property located at Reedy 's 34 miles north-east of Cue. Mr. Vail will submit a proposal to his principals in London for forming a new company having a working capital of £50 000. The consideration to be received by the Mararoa Co.. is to be at least 72,500 shares in a company, with a nom- inal capital of 275,000. The West Australian Advisory Com- mittee. Messrs. E. H. B. Macartney,   P. Mackey and H. E. Vail, inspected the leases in November last and report- ed: "Provided the property be effic- iently managed, developed and equipped it would become a dividend paying one. Since the inspection by the committee Messrs. W. E. Clarke and B. H. Moore, Kalgoorlie School of Mines, report hav- ing made tests of the ore from the sulphid...

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AUSTRALIA'S NEW SUBMARINES BIG CRUISING RANGE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 31 January 1929

AUSTRALIA'S NEW SUB- MARlNES         BIG CRUISING RANGE The Oxley and the Otway, Australia's new submarines, now approaching these shores, are fine examples of their class. On the surface they have a displacement   of 1,345 tons, and when submerged 1,750 tons. Their cruising range is consid- erable — an important requirement in Australian waters. They are small, however as compared with the submar- ines of other Powers. The British Navy's vessel XI is twice the size of the Australian craft. She carries a crew of 100, and has a displacement of 3,600 tons. Three vessels now build- ing for the United States Navy have a surface displacement of 3,000 tons, and a speed of 17 knots on the surface. The United States Navy has ordered two super-Zeppelins with a cruising range of 9,000 miles for scouting sea. About £35,000 was distributed before Xmas in the annual share-out of the L.G.O.C. drivers' and conductors' sick club. Thre...

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NOTICE TO INQUIRERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

NOTICE TO INQUIRERS Owing to the pressure of business in getting out a daily paper, it is impos sible to -answer telephone inquiries or post progress scores 'with - regard to the Test Matcfi. . The latest stare--: available will be found, in the paper. Owing to some unexplained cause this afternoon1^ telegrams hare not come to hand. ' ? ? ??/ ? - ?'?,.-'?; :'Jr.' ' ,

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WONDER SWIMMER ANOTHER RECORD FOR BORG "BOY" CHARLTON'S FIGURES BEATEN Melbourne, January 31 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

WONDER SWIMMER ANOTHER RECORD FOR , ...? ?-. '.-Bpj|si ; ? ' 'BOY' CHAEIflrcN'S FIGTJBES BEAItEN'VV'''-' ? ? Melbourne, January 31 Arne Borg attacked and defeated Andrew Gharlton's Australian record of 4^9 4-5 for the 440. yards at the City Baths to-nignt. T|fii)|,^udges announc ed the time as 4-58, .which lowered the Australian Tecora'by : i:4^- ^seconds. Borg later ga.ye a capital display of humorous swimming ..and captained a team in a .wa.ter. ..polo match against the Victorian team.

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DRAWING THE CROWD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

DRAWING THE CROWD 'Oddity is the best policy,'' seems to be the most recent slogan of the Japanese shopkeeper. This is especial ly true of the small shops that have sprung up all over Tokio since the earthquake of 1923. One shop claims to give the highest discount for cash purchases. The sign reads, 'Tabe (Japanese socks) at a hundred yen a pair, with ninety-nine yon off for cash.' A fruit store goes by the name of 'Fighting House.' When the pro prietor was asked what the connec tion was between fruit and fighting he answered that the word 'fight' always attracted a crowd, and the crowd might as well gather in front ?jf liis shop ns anywhere olw. Discounts :trt' announced nearly everywhere; but one man decided to be different, so he said: 'Absolutely no discount here. Tou pay through your nose.' The results, he claims, are ex ceptionally good. ?_ *' \- ' ? J . ?

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FOURTH TEST THE MATCH AT ADELAIDE GREAT INTEREST AROUSED AUSTRALIAN SELECTORS CRITICISED. Adelaide, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

FOURTH TEST THE MATCHAT ADELAIDE GREAT INTEREST AROUSED AUSTRALIAN SELECTORS - CRITICISED^ *? ' _^«_ ' . Adelaide, January 3L The opening of the fourth Test Match in Adelaide to-morrow is be ing awaited with an interest which shows the strong hold tost criPket lias on Australians. South Australia has suffered by the arrangement whereby Brisbane has a test match, for on this occasion the rubber has already been decided. There is a feeling, howlever, that the Australian side has been strengthened, though the exclusion of Victor Biehardson, the South Austra lian captain, has caused muck disap pointment locally.' The Australian team has not been finally selected, but it is generally, assumed that Andrews' will be the twelfth man. Adelaide, people are commenting freely ana also asking the very perti nent question: 'If Andrews is to be twelfth man why bring him all the way from Sydney to be what players describe as . the drink waiter, when Victor Bichardsorr is -quite as good a fieldsman ...

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LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

LOCAL & GENERAL. m Wneat Loading. — Four gangs were at wX)rk on- the Allende to-day. Up to last night she had under hatches 31,625 bags of -wheat. Musical Tuition. — Miss Molly Burk hardt, L.A.B., A.T.C.L., wishes to noti fy her pupils, that on Monday, Feb ruary 4th, she will resume classes. — A Thirsty Delinqnest.— ^A young n*n, Cecil Sptneer James Gathers, pleaded guilty in the Police Conrt this morning before Mr. G. Lester, J.P^'to being drunk yesterday in Marine Ter race. As it was only the defendant's second appearance, a fine of 5/-, with 1/- costs, was imposed. An Expert Electrician. — Mr. J. Han der has been fortunate in securing tne services of an expert electrician in th-3 person of *&Ir. J. C. Rice, who is an authority on all classes of electrical motor work. Mr. Bice has had exten sive experience in all parts of W.A. and the Eastern States, and will welcome any queries relating to., electrical work. — Advt. Memories of BalaMava. — The Dainty Delavalcs, wh...

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ENGLAND BATTING. Adelaide, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

SNGXiAND BATTING. Adelaide, February L The seores at luncheon- were:~ EKGLAND. V First 'Innings. ' . , j Hobbs, c Byder, b . Hehdry f- -?-.'? 74 Sutcliffe, c Oldfieldi b Gruniuett . . ,64 Jardine, Lb.wv i .(Jrimnwjtt .--. ... 1 Hammond, not out ............... 18 Hentiren, not out ? S Total ifor 3 wkts.) -:. ... . - - 171 Afteraoon tea sscrcs. .

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VICTORIAN EMPLOYEES REFUSE TO WORK 48 HOURS 2,500 MEN "DISMISSED Melbourne, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

VICTORIAN EMPLOYEES REFUSE TO WORK 48 HOURS 2,500 MEN DISMISSED Melbourne, January 31. More than 2,000 employees at City and Metropolitan; timber mills, and ap proximately 500 carpenters and join ers, to-day refused to obey the awaros of the Full Arbitration Court, ordering a 48Jhour week to' be worked in the timber industry. They reported for work at the usual time of 8 a.m., instead of 7.30 a.m., nn-l were all dismissed, with the exception of a few mills, where arrangements wer-- madc between the employers and th union to continue working. All mills in the metropolitan :tre area are now idle. Three thousand men in the timber trades arc threatened witu dismissal owing to timber supplies be ing cut off.

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TOMATO WILT PREVENTATIVE MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

TOMATO WttT x-li ?BEVjaNTATIVi3 aiaCSWES. il^M Wilt the most dreaded oE all iMacanS- ^ oc diseases, has (says the itrid^essiafai?'--^ cou c^poiideut siL-liic^lM^hoataA^ffc^i^^C again made ils aj»i-catraBccino3fcdj8a**t u^ in this district. Fortunate!** ~»^ to tbx^M present none of the plots have IkscI^^S seriously affected. In the elder tMBfflfto^^ growing' districts, it sppeaxs '?!» ^*w-^5§ mom difficult cactt. year to cope -t^tSL^Igg the increasing number of pcsUs wW4i-^%| :iti:ulv tlic loni;ito I-1»?IIK. * '^'Sfe^ Right from the seedling *U»gc «BHfc&^'^ the fmil apiiroaches matnrily diffiureaSt^.^ jjisectj, atUick (he iilaiit.v in tare. -flusafV S t ? * - ? t- xst of all the ir-d .spider and pea nutr ptay-sSrg havoc amongst the seedlings in the fc»t-*^| and cooling .off bods, then -when -plaMfc-^ «3 iuj; out time arrives the cot wornHtocs^^l ?jre.-Lt damage by ^eating off the {ibats ---^ at ground lcvcL thus acccs^tafiwjr'^Ba^t^f^ planting often tiiues,more~ ttu omav Q ca...

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104 APPLICANTS FOR ONE JOB. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

104 APPLICANTS FO# ONE JOB. Recently the South Perth Road Board decided to appoint- a full time building surveyor, a job which has hitherto been carried ont by the sec retary and engineer (Mr. R. Hough ton). As a result of advertisements 104 applications were received. They had all been opened by the secretary, but it remained fnr thn h«»iv? tn Aoal with them, a job which they consid ered would require a separate meet ing. This is not the first time that a po sition on the staff of the South Perth Road Board has drawn numerous ap plications. A little time ago 250 ap plications were received for the posi tion of caretaker.

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HOT WEATHER RAIMENT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

HOT WEATKBR RAIMENT The weather at Ac- rti.yni, :i? ? -i olh:'i |»ai1s of the Dominion,' ha ; been ve;-v hot during the last few days. T!iv medical officer. Dr. Oliesson, «iys the quantity of clotliiiig tm-ter which ni.c;i MrnjtKle. even in the li»t-esi wenlhor, is (ridiculmis :Vn«l pfliable. lie :idv, ??ates opening a rofiirm caui|t:ii--,ii, ::n.| ?luriiiir the past f'-'w days many ii?_, nn'n ignored fashion ami discarded coa'. ;ni-l cnllsiis. Jhi:s svcKiing a redtictiuii of their disccnuvrt.

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