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Colombian Revolt. CONDITIONS IN BOGOTA. General Strike Continues. STORIES OF OBSERVERS. Bogota (Columbia), April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

Colombian Revolt! CONDITIONS IN BOGOTA General Strike Continues STORIES OF OBSERVERS Bogota I C«-1- luljia I. Alil-il 12. The li(»ai-t of Bogota is reduced ! = - -'i Slllokillg 1-11II1. There are !!O laXlS -H buses ami every Irani in siirht i- ;i wreck. Ir is thoroughly imsiilV to walk in tin' streets. These are extract:', from a report from tin* riot-lorn Colom bian caiiital by AssoHan-d I tc-s man (ill*. Joseph M-Evoy). who describes tin1 situation in the --iiy as siill critical. He saiil olhVial broadcast have w-M workers to n»|)«.rt to their jolts or i'm-t: . tile consequences. Imt j!i«m--* is n-. indication that union leaders have called an end t-i rlie genera? sTiike. Hos[iitals are overcrowded with wound ed and the homeless are seeking food. Refugee |:lanes huiii overhead, appa;* ently Irving in spot small bands mov ing through tlie city. .Mr. AIcHvoy sai'l lhal the problem of getting food and other supplier was serious because transport t'«--iliri»*s .wore sUU.tied tip. Tin*...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Chamber of Commerce. Annual Geraldton Meeting. COMPREHENSIVE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

Chamber of Commerce ? ^ ? Annual Geraldton Meeting COMPREHENSIVE REPORT There was u fair attendance at 1 1n1 .UiiHi.il meeting of the Ger.-tldtoti Cham- i 1«T of Commerce held last mghi. when ill*' retiring president - Mr. A. P. Siii! ing- -.c--upk?d tlie chair. 'Inuring the past year there has been a general condition ui shortage of sup plies in practically every class of busi ness, and these shortages appear to he growing.' said Air. Stirling in flu* -?our.se of his annual renort. 'At the. uiomeni there seems to be no solution to this problem, as. -ui all sides, we find bottle-necks being created through shortage of manpower and industrial 'rroublcs in i Ik* basic industries. Iu j comparison to pre-war years, costs of production in both primary and second ary industries have risen considerably. It may be argued that we arc enjoying increased prices for our products io off-set these, but. on the other hand, we have to pay higher taxation and arc confronted with the continuance of m...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Dispute Over Diamonds. Local Jewellers at Law. A CONTESTED CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

Dispute Over Diamonds] ? ^» ? Local Jewellers at Law A CONTESTED CLAIM A L'Jaim Uii- Wi l»y -:-ir«l-in Ihwy Lake, watc-litiiiikcr and jeweller, of Marine Terrace. GeraMtoti. against the Hrm of Itobert-sun & Jones, watch makers 'and jewellers, of Marine Tor race, Gerald ton, was contested heforc the resident magistrate (Mr. T. AiiseMt in the Geraldton L*ical (,'otirt on Fri day last. yir. V. K. Stow .-ippeared for rh** jHaintiiT and John Arthur Leslie j Jones, a partner in the firm of Robert Son & Jones, conducted the defence. In opening fh-» case. Mr. Stow explained that by a verbal contract, made in Aujrust, ID-M, between the plaintiff and Dudley William Collins Robertson, a partner in the firm of Robertson & Jones, Lake Jiad supplied Ro!-ertson with nine diamonds, six of which stones were of good quality while three were of an inferior type. Kob ertson had undertaken lo manufacture six gold engagement rings, in each of which was to be set one of the good fi...

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CARNARVON CAR SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

CARNARVON CAR SERVICE The following: passengers travelled to Carnarvon by the Geraldton-Carnarvon Taxi Service to-day: — Messrs. Jarvis, R. Forward, R. G. Da vies, Mesdames Jarvis, S. E. Conroy, Misses A. Ander son and Waimvright.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

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The Electronic Brain New Production Methods TRIALS IN BRITAIN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

The Electronic Brain ♦ ? ? New Production Methods TRIALS IN BRITAIN Rapid developments in the npplieu ion nl' principles of electronics u- udustry iu liritain may re-shajte in ;? .rjudreil -]iieetions product i--ji luethou. iiat have become traditional. In a sin.ill fsn.-iory at Waliou-on L'hauies, Surrey, a machine is at pre sent in exiM'ri mental production by ?aeiius of which it has been proved pos sible to carry out the series of elabor ate oiKrratious necessary io assemble he structure of a radio receiver with out the intervention of human baud.-. The elecii-onici'lly --ontio!led series o: luterconuected machines which, in ?ifect, perform the whole task of the long series of workers on a production line. j Tue machine it-*eJf is ,-t series of J onununicating cabinet s of gi-ey metal witli a long s».*ries *-f doors down eithei side. ^Tlu» whole apparatus is approrvi luately 7-J-fivt in length. At one end' a girl feeds the, moulded plastic plates into the magazine and at. the oth...

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Currency in Germany Soviet Refuses Discussion "PROVOCATIVE LIES" Berlin, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

Currency in Germany Soviet Refuses Discussion 'PROVOCATIVE LIES' Rerliu, April ].'i. Reports that the Russians: had declined an invitation by the Western Powers to discuss German currency reform were provocative lies. So says the Soviet Information department in a declaration published in the Smiet Germail language newspaper 'Taeg- liche Rundschau.' Tile declaration said that in reality the Control Council on February 11th accepted a Soviet proposal to discuss currency reform on a Four-Power basis find gave the fimnicial directorate sixty days to submit: an agreed report. Recent events showed that the nritish, French and Americans had not abandoned plans for separate currency reform in their own zones: the declaration said.

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The Death Penalty ABOLITION FOR MURDER Enthusiasm in the Commons GOVERNMENT'S STAND London, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

The Death Penalty ABOLITION FOR MURDER Enthusiasm in the Commons GOVERNMENT'S STAND London, April l.~-. Britain I. as suspended tlu- tleath pen alty lVr murder. Treason ami sabotage are still punishable ;iy deatli. Amid cheering and waving at' order |ia{»'i! tlie House nf Commons yesterday tar ried by 24.'i votes to T12 an amending clause to the Criminal Justice Uill. Labor Commoner (Mr. Sidney ^ilver tuan), who is a solicitor, was supported j by members oJf all parties when he | iiioved that the death i)enai(y fur mur der be suspended for live years as an ' experiment. .Mr. Christopher JJoIlis (Conservative) seconded the motion. ! Air. Silvermau empliasised tiiat the amending clause did not propose to sus pend the death penalty for treason or ' sabotage, but lie alleged that there had j l-een miscarriages of justice and inno cent men had been executed. The Government had expressed the j view that suspension of the death sen- j tence for murder was inadvisable at present because of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

'^fllra^B^^&^^P? THESE ARE m£ 0F Y0UR ^^M^^^^^^^^^^^ ADVANTAGES when DALGETYS Your wool is automatically insured from sheepsback to \¥7V| a f. a tyr£±at store ? ' ? accurate weighing w adx a great m expert handJing m u m scientifically lighted show rnfYlMtiV ll-aQ tO floors... efficient auctioneer- tumpdny nab 10 ^ sale results promptly advised ... a liberal financing offer to every poIicy t I j THESE ARE SOME OF YOUR . man on trie land advantages when dalgetys ? are your Suppliers * , . ... To-day, throughout the i0 world, the supply position is '^^^^^^^^mj^^^^^^rrs^sitr^ extremely acute, and some '^x'^^^Hi^sHK^^^^Q^i^i^^' goods cannot be obtained, £fr£' -s0zs~ rjjjg&itv^Z- 3B|^^^^^^^^^^^^'! but Dalgetys are still able to tffjjTjlPES^ mK jjifi* }%?-M& ^_ ^***zmszL-: maintain an unexcelled I|SJp5S^ '^^^^^^^^^^Sp^^x1^^^- station supply service. Expert '^Sl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^^J^' garding insurance, travel, ^ ~* ^~~~ v tWT^ ^ ' ''' '' shipping, etc. L,et this comp...

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Sheep Values Rise Again KEEN COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

Sheep Values Rise Again KEEN COMPETITION Competition was keener for wethers, ' owes and lambs at the tat stock sales at Midland Junction on Wednesday, owing to an improvement in the price, of .skins, and bidding exceeded last week's rates by -/- to 3/- per head. Plain and iiiediuiuweight lines did not participate iu the rise to tin1 same j I'xieiu as those of top quality. Prices j for cattle were very Jirm on Tuesdays ? quotes. ! Sheep (i'J,SSS yarded): Quotations: — j Wethers (iu the wimll: Best heavy- i weight. 47/- to HI/- (odd pens, higher* : j good medhunweight, 44/- to 4w/-: good lightweight, 41/- to 43/-: medium, 3V »o 3S/-: plain and light, lower. Kwes (in the wool) : Best heavyweight. 3S/ to 41/- (odd pens, higher* : good niediuunwight. 33/- to 30/-; -iooO, light weight, 3--/- to 32/-; medium, 21/- to 20/- ; plain and light, lower. Lambs (4,04$ yarded) : Quotations: — Best heavyweight, 4.r»/- to 4!J/- (odd pens, higher) : best mediumweight. 42/ to 44/-; best lightweight. 34...

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Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales CATTLE VALUES FIRM [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales CATTLE VALUES FIRM Prices showed no noticeable altera tion at the fat cattle sales at Midland Junction on Tuesday. The offering of 53S cattle was of satisfactory qual ity and comprised mainly good to medium weighty bullocks and a fair .supply of medium to good quality steers. Quotations: — Good weighty bul locks, £22/10/- to £24/10/- (odd beasts, to £20) ; good uiediuuiweight, £li)/U)/ to £21 ; good uiediumweight .steers, £17 to £1'J; good lightweight, £15/10/- to £l-S/10y-; good weighty cows, £17 to £19 (odd beasts higher) ; medium weight, £14/10/- to £15/10/-; good lightweight, £12/10/- to £14; medium condition, £8 to £10/10/-; plain aud rough, lower. Choice lightweight steer and heifer ; beef, 00/- per 1001b. ; good handy weight, 64/- per 1001b. ; good bollock, 00/- per 1001b. ; good cow, 50/- per lOUlb. ; plain aud rough, lower.

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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES 'High Powered,' starring Robert Lowery and Phyllis Brooks, and 'Huppy's Holiday,' another in the popular series of outdoor dramas, will constitute the main features in the pro gramme to be screened at the Radio Theatre to-nigu't. The programme for Friday and Saturday nights; is as fol lows : — -1- — Australian Review. ; -2) — 'Piccadilly Incident'' (Michael Wilding, Anna Neagle and Fran- ! ces Mercer). (3) — Ureyity. (4) — 'Boys' Rauch' (Jackie 'Butch' Jenkins. James Craig, Skippy | Houieier and Dorotlij1 Patrick). 'Boys' Ranch' Tiie dramatic aud moving story of how a Texas cattleman foimd a way into the hearts of wayward boys is unfolded in 'Boys' Ranch,' featuring Jackie ''Butch' Jenkins, James Craig and JSkippy Homeier. It will be pre sented on Friday and Saturday nights. Little 'Butch' enacts an orphan brought up by a grandfather without playmates of his own age aud conse quently acting like a little 'old man.' Craig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

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OUR SERIAL STORY "Married in May" BY MADGE BARLOW [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

OUR SERIAL STORY 'Married in May' BY MADGE BARLOW [Our readers are infronied that all j characters in this stury are purely j iujyyinary, and if the uume of any i _ living peiNon happens u. he uientionHd \ no personal reliw.*tioi: is iniemledl ?

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COUNTRY CHURCHES Services for Sunday Next [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

COUNTRY CHURCHES ? «. ? Services for Sunday Next The following services, will he con ducted at various district churches on Sunday next : — Northampton Anglican Parish — S a.m.. Holy Communion at Northamp ton : 10.30 a.m., S|»ecial Missionary Ser vice by Bishop Ash; 2.30 p.m., Even song at Yuna : 7.30 p.m.. Evensong at Northampton.

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U.N.O. and Palestine An Archbishop's Charges "EXTREMELY DILATORY' London, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

UcN.O. and Palestine An Archbishop's Charges 'EXTREMELY DILATORY' London. April li-. ' The I 'ni ted Nations had been ex tremely dilatory and ineffective in all its dealings with the Palestine problem, Archbishop of Canterbury (Dr. Fisher) told the British Council of Churches yesterday. It hoped that if it dallied long enough ISrifnin would relieve it of its respon sibilities, he said. Tho Prime Minister (Mr. Ohifley) will investigate a complaint by a Syd ney -lcctor that he was unable to import an American publication on the treat ment of cancer. Mr. Chifley told Mr. Spender (Lib. X.S.W.) in the House of Representatives that the importation of essential technical books from dollar areas was not restricted.

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ABROLHOS TOURISTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

ABRGLHOS TOURISTS The following passengers travelled to the Ahrolhos Islands by the m.v. Rntavia Road yesterday: — Messrs.- IL Triffwell, A. Foord. R. Lee, B. Bromley. .T. J. Thomas, Mesdames E. B. McCros san. M. T?. Pilbeam, H. H. MiHer, Misses J. Smith, E. Bradley and M. K. Miller.

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Geraldton Rifle Club Shoot for Chapman Troyhy LAST SATURDAY'S SCORES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

Geraldton Rifle Club ♦ ? Shoot for Chapman Troyhy LAST SATURDAY'S SCORES On Saturday last fourteen members of the Geraldtou Rifle Club participated in a shoot over the 300 yards range, the scores being counted for the concluding stage of tiie Chapman Trophy, which was not completed on account of the fact that all eligible competitors have not yet lired over all stages. A varying vviud and a mirage made sighting con ditions somewhat diliicult, and conse quently the scores were slightly below average. The details of the afternoon's ^Iterations were as follows: — 300 Hep 3Q0 Hep Tl A. Morgan ? 31 4 34 4 70 L. Taylor ? 2S 5 32 3 OS A. Carnegie .... 30 3 31 3 07 IK Fraser ...... 29 1 33 1 64 | C. Stokes ? 2-» 3 32 3 (J4 R. Hurton ? 29 2 30 2 03 D. Thomas ? 27 3 2G 5 03 P.. McCarthy .... 29 I 31 1 02 V. Stokes ? 27 3 29 3 02 F. Thomas ? 2S 3 2S 3 02 S. Gratte ? 30 2 26 2 60 N. Mellows ? 20 3 28 3 W R. Eckett ? 27 3 27 3 00 R. Ashplant .. ..25 0 22 0 59 Arrangements are now in progress for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

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