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THE WEATHER GERALDTON'S HEAT WAVE FOUR CENTURIES IN A WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929
THE WEATHER GERALDTON'S HEAT WAVE FOUB CENTURIES IN A WEEK Visitors to Geraldton during the jKU-.t week have experienced an unusual spuli of hot weather, relieved by two very delightful days --id Monday and Tuesday. Record registrations for the present summer have been experienced, but the heat hssV only served to accentuate the delights of the swimming facilities of Geraldt'en, and during the week tho beach has been the most popular resort. Tho following are the registrations since Saturday, January 20: ? Saturday ? iqo Sunday ? 108.2 Monday ? 98 2 Tuesday ? 829 Wednesday ? ---) Thursday ? j07 Friday ? 108
AMUSING LOOTING INCIDENTS HARBIBULLAH'S GOBERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929
AMUSING LOOTING INCI DENTS JHABIBTJLLAH'S GOEEKNMENT The latest incidents at Kabul inclmi:: ( the looting of houses of two Geraiau employes of Amanullah's Government. This has caused concern because it .is the fi^st occasion of any interference with foreigners. Spasmodic looting continues. 1 The situation is not without its amus ing side. Apparently the looting in ; some instances is the result of culprits I hiiniuj aAtrantntro nf t\\o. distnrbeil stale of affairs for long-standing personal vendettas. They not merely looted, but stripped their victims of practically all their clothing, leaving them to Te raain in the. bitter cold. -Trade continues with the bazaars not | only full of people, but of wild rumors, j Meanwhile Habibullah is determined- j ^attempting to form a Government H-» | has appointed Ataul Hag Shan as For eign Minister, and he. is taking up hw appointment immediately at Kabul. Habibullah has also decided to issuo ,a new rupee with liL^ name stamped ll.ere on. Furth...
THE CENTENARY PROGRAMME OF CELEBRATIONS OFFICIAL CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929
THE CENTENARY PROGRAMME OF CELEBRA TIONS OFFICIAL CALENDAR The following calendar of Centenarv Oelebrationy htis been issued by the State Executive Committee. Except where otherwise stated the celebrations arc in the metropolitan area: — February February 2 to 4 — Tennis Carnival (English Davis Cup Team). February 9 to 2.5 — Western Suburbs Tennis Championship Fcbrusyy Hi to S-1 — Interstate Svvisn mingi Carnivals. March March 'J— Royal Life Savin;; Cham piontsuip. March 10 — Carnival on Swan Kivor. Interstate Surfing Championship. March 21 to 23— Crick*.* English Eleven against W.A.. Victoria, and S.A. Combined Team. March 31 — Y.M.C.A. Interstate Athle tic 'Stturnamcnt (One week). Interstate Polo Tournament. April Easter — Tennis (State Championship at King's Park). Interstate Fire Bri gade Demonstration. Opening of Perth Adelaide Airway Service. ,-.. - .- ,^_...'-- May May 4— ^Rowing. Australian eight oared Championship (King's Cup). Aus tralian Sculling Championship. May 6 — May...
SNAKES THROWN INTO AUDIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929
I SNAKES - THEOWN INTO , AUDIENCE j w ? . As a protest against tae alleged Coni munistio leanings of a Japanese actor, Mr. Iwao Tomii began throwing- live snakes ferom. the baleony into the audi- i enee in a Tokio theatre. Loud shouts brought the theatre! guards, and both the man and .his snakes were captured before Jiarm was , done. j Mr. Toniii fs previous protests .- hlad failed to attract attention. i ,
SALVATION ARMY HIGH COUNCIL'S NEXT STEP POSITION TO BE REAFFIRMED. London, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929
SALVATION ARMY HIGH COUNCIL'S NEXT STEP POSITION TO TBE BS-AFX1BMED. London, January 30. A highly-placed Salvation Army of ficial says: 'The injunction will make void the whole of the High Councils prior proceedings, but will not pre vent it re-assembling and passing a similar resolution. The Council will probably take that course within the next few days, with the difference that we will possibly hear Mr. Jowett, KXX, on the General's behalf.' The official added: .'t don't think the next meeting will be long. I am certain no -one on the Council will change his views «n the nnfitness ques tion, but we may be joined by one or twjo who opposed *the resolution be fore. I think it can. be taken for granted that when a new resolution of unfitness is passed, the Council -will immediately proceed with the election of a successor, after which the Coun cil will automatically dissolve.' What Is The Next Step? On behalf of the Army's Sigh Coun cil, it is officially stated: 'It would be incorre...
TIMBER TRADE POSITION AT ADELAIDE QUESTION OF VOLUNTEER LABOR Adelaide, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929
TIMBER TRADE POSITION AT ADELAIDE QUBSTIOK OF VpIJJMTBER*iABOte , Adelaide, January 31. . There was satisfaction among mem bers of the Timber Workers' Federation when they heard that the! Victorian men had -stood firmly for the ; 44-hour week. . : ? Little importance was attached to the threat by the local employers to ctl gage volunteer labour if timber workers did not begin, work this morning at 7.30, as much- work could not be done by un skilled men. More attention was paid to the threat to close the mills indefinitely. ? It is known that the scarcity of order? wculu justify that procedure. Timber merchants stated that plentv of workmen were available, but they considered it unfair to engage any until they saw what the unionists would do this morning. A meeting, of the dismissed men, held this morning, was adjourned to , this evening.
THE KING'S ILLNESS PROGRESS SATISFACTORY BAGPIPES AT BREAKFAST. London, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929
THE KING'S ILLNESS PROGRESS SATISFACTORY BAGPIPES AT BREAKFAST. London, January 30. A bulletin issued to-day stated: 'Jlis Majesty the King continues to guiii strength slowly. His progress is satisfactory.' The bulletin was signed by Sir High Rigby and Lord Dawson. It was officially stated to-night that the 'ijting 'a progress is maintained. f I*'Vi r\ *^4-*i PT \t-\t ? nil 'Mr ill «i finnninnnv IT ?: Majesty to Bognor includes Pipe-Ma jor Forsyt.':, whose daty it will be to play Scottish airs outside the King's bedroom at 8 a.m.. daily, except in -wet weather, a custom which has been continued throughout the King's ill ness. Pipe-Major Forsyth is usually most punctual, but one morning, when the King was very ill, he was a little late. The King inquired &- nurse shortly af ter 8 o'clock whether it was raining, but before she could answer the bag pipes struck up, and the King said: — 'Oil, no, its all right!'
WOMAN'S LITTLE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929
#Wii^i^^B Women are losing '^^^^^^S This startling ^^^P^^^^^M Dr. Pfitsner, a *teilffit,J|i|ggg that in the near «?a»«iv5rt««^^^^| have only -four toes «-VW|g|0BgH The little toe will ^^^^^^^^^M The professor Pfo*»^JSJi8S38i the days of ancieiflr:: '^^^^^^1 had three joints jto ^^^^^M while it is known «-^fHS9HH men had four. N«**«^^^^M there are many cases .4'f?:yJ?S@3gl §§§1 one joint is found. 'r-jStjj§§§S*B| 'As a rule,' sayB^S^j^^^H 'women have more ?nmitift^^^S than men. But the toot is -^»^^^S tion, and as civilization li«'lgSJIj§|||g| €d various organs bave ai«3g3&g|»|||| when no longer needed. ^axa^^^^^m now done away with the use ^^^^^H litUe toe as a foot balance ^^^^ ing the high-heel shoe. Co^g^^B the little toe is disappeMmg.v^^^g 'This change will not )&lS^5g£Sm who will always retain liwe *'5^^^^H cause they need them.'- '^^^H ? . — - *-^mm
WHAT IS A GHOST? [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929
WHAT IS A GHOST ? The general attitude towintegt||||| question of ghosts, aad«rt^^^^S tral visitants, is way %*mSasWSmm Thousands of people haw WSb^^ ghosts- throughout tiie - ^^s~«»^^g sands more have tri«I 1^™&*sgBm to believe in their existHieev4«^^^ the end have succumbed t» ^b^^^^^S in famay faaunttngs. «3S Then we have the hundreds *Si3i|p||g| of ghosts, yet at «ie ^*jiaH| minds are occasionally ^^^^^H grave doubts owing to ^H^^^^M weird happening to a ^^^^^^^H thousands say t&ey.bttve I***^^^^H existence' of ghosts. Ron»'«a^^^g mous names of mm oS «ei^^^H letters figure among those 9'te-r?3(SSB to have made this prpot. ^^^M A small minority, . howes«r.Jb^^^^g that ghosts are raa&e, wus*att^^^^^^ by the people who actually ^&£gSM 'Seeing ghosts' is very 1B^I^^^H having a dream with one's «3*si|l|||||| especially seeing those ^oste*^^^ I are supposed to be «^at/*^^^» | shadowy somethings 'wtnen. itt^^M I aueer sensation behind 'QwinSBS make one's...
ADULTS' BALL AN UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929
ADULTS' BALL AN UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS The first provision for Uancinjj enthus iasts in the Geraldton Week programme was on Wednesday night in the Town^ HaL, wnen an adults' ball was held. The carnival spirit, which has per vaded the air during the week, was we'.l in evidence as, although the weath»v was exceptionally warm for dancing; ? record house was present. . The hall itself had received various artistic* touches. Bafloons were su* pended from the ceiling, while nn arra» of assorted coloured flags was also everywhere in evidence. The mucie, pro\ideJ by Mr. Syd Cameron's oreh eiitra, gave general sati-faetion, many of the latent iaongs being rendered in a manner to delight lie dancer- After supper had been irsaAeA aro«.TiJ, danc- ' ing was again comnimced and -*i nl uucJ j ontil eariy morning, when the erovri j dispersed well-satisfied with the night's entertainment. Ir. is understood that the 'Week' movement will benefit to tbe o-t,c!it of over £40, as a result of the success ach...
A QUIET DAY THE CONCLUDING FUNCTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929
A QUIET DAY THE CONCMJPING FUNCTIONS ?To-day was an off-day as rar as pun lie functions were conerned. The ar Regiments made by the committee for motor trips to the surrounding districts were not taken advantage of to any e* tent by the visitors. Probably they found the sea more attractive after the ? a. ^£ 4-lt*t loet f&W strenuous amusement «i ««= '*'' ? days, and in such a temperature as pro vailed to-day. The bush fires at jforthampton too% many visitors trom inai ubu«* —— before their time. To-morrow the swimming carnival win take -place. The big event will t-e the Centenary Handicap, for which nomina tions close to-day. There will also De numerows races, exhibitions, and novelty events. There will be crieket matches at the recreation ground between Town and Country representatives. In the evening the Town Hall will Tie handed over to the children. Although it is a plain and fancy dress ball, it f- hoped that aU the children will dress nn Bud'comoete in the various comp...
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929
TENNIS The following arc the progress scores of the Geraldton Week Tennis Tourna ment: — Men's Championship Singles Jones beat Jackson, 2-6, 6-3, S-ti; .Smith beat Turnbul), 4-0, 6-2, 0-3. Men's Handciap Singles. Simkiii beat Jones, 6-5, 6-5; Him kin beat Olivier, 6-5, 6-2; Orr beat Roches ter, 6-'.i, 0-5; E. Sim kin beat Orr in the final. 0-0, 0-3. E. Sinikin winner of Men's Handicap Singles. Ladies' Championship Singles. Miss Nelson beat Miss Jackson in the final, 0-1, 6-5. Men's Championship Doubles Smith and Turnbul I beat Orr and Olivier, 6-3, 6-4. indies' Championship Doubles Misses Morrell beat Mesdames Suth erland and Atkinson, 6-3, 6-4. Ladies' Handicap Doubles Mcsdames Sutherland and Atkinson beat Misses Teakle and Jackson in the = final, 6-1, 2-0. Men's Handicap Doubles Simkin and Simkin beat Stirling and SeweM, 6-2, 6-3. aoxea Doubles Handicap j Miss Jackson and Jones beat Miss iSewell and Snodgrass, 6-0, 6-3. To-morrow (Saturday) afternoon tlw finals of the tennis tourn...
BRITISH MINERS WRETCHED HOUSING; BITTER POVERTY PRINOE'S SHARP COMMENTS. London, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929
BRITISH MINERS ?v ..... -'-M^.^ WRETCHED HOUSING; BIT- if TER POVERTY --c-;|jjj PRINCE'S SffJUM* CkJMMEiraB. .r - '^ — - — - — , ; . . _ \t :: . , .. z_- jr. &^£| London, Jamiaty ptt^ ivjH| The Prince of Wales, while vmii^^ mining villages in Northumbedauna^^^ day, was visibly distressed ,^(41^^ signs of extreme poverty be saw.^lEB-5?® journey, was again entirely nfimito*^jgg When he left his car on aocniil^J^ each village he tramped enrough Bma^^ and slush to pay unexpeeted vis^i'i^^ miners cottages. Seldom did One ''gei^s^ pie realise that their visitor was Sfae:^& Prince until he told them so. . Sdme-?^!: times he waited until a ebmplete : fet^S of necessities had been made 6ut 'te-^t^.: fore moving on. . - - .-f -^:SS^ The 'Daily Mail's' ^eaai^^aa^^. pondent says: 'The Prince of^Wi^|||l was angry to-day and was fepeyted|y~ ;3^ provoked to sharp comments at tti^s^fe seen and heard from ? minery?- '^j y^g^^s who, convinced of his sympathy, «fc :1^^ restrainedly tol...
ANGLO-AMERICAN TREATY AN IMPORTANT DOCUMENT MODEL FOR MANY OTHERS. London, January 30 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929
ANGLft-AMERICAN TREATY AN IMPORTANT DOCU MENT MODEL TOR MANY OTHERS. London January 'M Sir Austen Chamberlain (Foreign Sec retary) was asked whether all the re plies were to hand from the several Dominion. Governments on the subjcci of the American draft of the new arbi tration treaty between the United States and Great Britain. The Minister replied that the Govern went had not received an answer from one of the Dominions to the enquiries addressed to au ox wieiu. uiai/ juaitu, and had considered the replies rff two others, which were only received during the last few weeks. In this conneetio i it e&ould be remebred that the attention of all Governments was for a consid erable part of last year coneentrateu on the negoiatipns for the treaty . zo. the reunciation of war, which it was necessary to bring to a successful con clusion before taking up more closely the arbitration treaty. The British Government were now ee - gaged in careful examination and com parison of the obser...