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PHILLIPS RIVER GOLDFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

PHILLIPS RIVER GOLDFIELD In his report, covering 1928 the Min ister for Mines (Mr. S. W. Munsie) com ments as follows on the Phillips River goidfields:— 'The rising price of cop jkt bae* caused prospectors again to take an interest in this mineral, with the re sult that three leases were applied for .i,,r;n.r iho month. The leases pecccd, the Ml. Catlin, Marion Martin and Et verdton, were all large ore producers la the past, and if copper becomes stabilis ed at a reasonable price, it is hoped that the mines will once again become active producers.'

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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"BEN HUR" CENSURED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

'BENHUE' CENSURED The film 'Ben Hur' was severeiv cut by the Canton Censor B.oard. Scenes objected to were the birth of Christ, the descent of the dead child, tL-e curing of the lepers, the earthquake and ollu*r phenomena during llic Crucifixion. Tin1.-*1 the Canton Board of Education -le.se ri 1 1 ed as 'absurd, fictitious and tending t« persuade belief in superstition. The whole picture is Christian propaganda, tending to undermine social progress.'

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CRICKET. CUE v. YARRAQUIN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

CRICKET. CUB v. YAB&AQOTK In a niatuh between these teams, Oo^ wuii easily. ? Details: — YAEBAQU1N B. Jenkins, c King, b Langdon .. 2S T. Aheara, b Cashniore . - ? 0 L. Worthington ttpd. Hinee, b Cash nioro ? ?? ?* D. Prycc, C Willeocks, b Cashniorc 0 H. Booy, b Langdon ? 4 G. Stokes, b Langdon ? 0 li. Wingravc, b Langdon ? « W. Davys, c King, v Laagdon . - 0 H. Fere»son, c King, b Pead .... C Dc Vis, not out ? 'J Sundries ? ?»-» ? ?'' Total ? 40 Bowling: Laugdon, 5 for 12; Pead, J for 4; Cftshmorc, 4 for 9; Cant, nil for 12= CUE Dr. Cashmorc, b De Vis ? 22 F. WiJlcoeks, b Worthington . . . .^ . 3C T. Tjangdon, run out ? ? - i7 G. Pead, b Dc? Vis ? 0 Wooltock, b Jenkins ............ 11 G. Fall, stpd. Hince, b Worthington 9 J. King, c Jenkins, b Worthiagton Si H. Cant, Lb.w., b Worthington '' . . IS A. TriflfV, c .Tonkins, b Booy ? 11 W. Hall, not out ? 23 J. Hince. b Dc Vis ? 34 Sundries . «'. ? ? . 10 Total ? 2*M- Bowling: 'Worthington, 3 for SI; Jen kins, 1 for 43; !Ahcarn...

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MINING THE MARRAROA PROPERTY WORK FULLY JUSTIFIED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

MINING THE MARAROA PROPERTY ? ' ?? \ . WOEK F0LLY JUSTIFIED The final rejwri, on the coring at the Mararoa Oompanys Beedy's Leases by the acting-Government Petrologist (Dr. Larcombe), is of a highly interesting nature and should give the shareholders a feeling that the mine's life will b» assured 'for a number of years longer than was anticipated when tne first re [10 rt' xcas published. The report is of necessity a highly technical one, and to the average in dividual might not convey much were it not for the concluding; remarks of Dr. Larcombe, who sums up as fellows :— - 'The petrological investigations into the structure and mineralogical constitu tion inuicatc tnai cne loue material pene rated by all five bores is the same. The country rock, ii similar throngkoot, an 7 Be foreign . rock masses were er. countered The lack of values in the No. 5 bore may be due only to the natural selec tive deposition characteristic of lodo formations, anc' probably varying co* ditions of tempera...

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BOWLS LADIES' EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

BOWLS . . LADEBS1 3ETVENING. The bowling green was en fete last night, 40 ladies taking part in a pairs competition for prizes donated by Mr. and Mrs. C. Hoare, of the Subiaco Club. Five games of 5 heads each were played. Misses Chapman and Eraser, and Mrs. Carrie, Sr. and Mrs. Carrie, ing game of 3 heads had to be played, Mrs. Currie^-Sr., and Mrs. Onrric, Jr., winning ^ery easily. Mrs. Hoare then presented the prizes. Mr. L. J. Chapman, Vice-President of the Club, thanked Mr. and Mrs. Hoare for their kindness in donating the prizes. Mr. Hoare stated, in reply, that if the evening had given any pleasure to' the ladies he was satisfied, as he wanted to repay the members of the Geraldton Club in some slight way for the hospitality shown him and the other visitors during their stay in Ger aldton.

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THE EMILY MINE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

THE EMILY MINE At the Emily mine Messrs. Brown and Basioli Vavc completed the erection of their pumping plant find necessary housing, and have lowered the water t-» the bottom of tie shaft, a distance of about 70ft. The shaft, which was «unk and partly timbered by previous owners some 20 years ago, is in a very good state of repair. A snmp is being 3unk, and when this is completed work in the drives will be proceeded with.

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GERALDTON WEEK THE ATHLETIC SPORTS EASTHER WINS THE GIFT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

GERALDTON WEEK THE ATHLETIC SPORTS EASTHER WINS THE GIFT The Geraldton Sports Club conducted a successful athletic meeting on the Recreation Ground yesterday, thereby adding yet another success to the pro gramme inaugurated by the Geraldton Week committee. The afternoon was a sucjpess from a sporting as well as a financial viewpoint, a notable feature being the closely contested races throughout. To the handicappers Mes srs A. Hall and R. Haffner, therefore, should special credit be given. The hpn. secretary, Mr. R. Truseott* has been working strenuously for .some time, and was a live wire on the ground. Although some time was lost at the commencement, the races were, tun off with as little delay as possible, the starters, Mr. F. Carr and Mr. Jim Hickey, proving themselves a hundred per cent, efficient* with the pistoL The committee in general worked with en thusiasm and method, and arc to be commenuea lor me result acnievea. iur following are the details: — Sports Club Sprint The f...

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AN OVERLANDER OF THE NINETIES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

AN OVERLANDER OF THE NINETIES Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Martin, of North Fremantle, -who celebrated the diamond anniversary of their weaxung recently. In 1894 Mt. Martin walked from Port Augusta to Earnalpi

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TOBACCO EXPERIMENTS AT MANJIMUP [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

TOBACCO EXPERIMENTS AT MAN JIMUP Experimental tobacco plots on the property of Mr. H. 3. lammer, at Gro np 5, at Manjimup. Mr. Idmmer is can^lnS on a tamnber of experiments on feebalf of tte Council for Scientific/ and. Influstrial Research, with a view to discovering the variety of tobacco best suited to the Manjinmp district, and c- the best methods Of cultivation. (Blocks. by courtesy of 'T he West -Australian.')

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NANSON NEWS SERIOUS STUBBLE FIRE. January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

NANSON NEWS SEBIOUS STUMBLE TIBS. January 30. The past week lias been marked by very oppressive weather conditions, last Saturday and Sunday being ex ceptionally .hot. »In consequence of this, large parties made the trek to the coast in the hope of finding more con genial surroundings. 'On Monday- last a fire broke out on the railroad property north of Nanson. Fanned -bcia. ? southerly breeze-- -the-* flames soon crossed the road into the holdings of Messrs Doyle and Cooper, and from thencn to the Nabawa race course, finally to sweep right through a large portion of. Mr. S. Penn Js hold ing. Despite the efforts of a large num ber of firefighters, who were quickly on the scene, considerable loss of stub ble' feed was sustained by Messrs Pcnn jMi(| Cooper. J ! There' was a large attendance of buyers at the recent clearing sale which. ' was held on the well known property of Mt. Erin. Practieally everything j was Cleared to the satisfaction of all ' concerned. j Mt. Erin homestead, whi...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

PERSONAL - 1 Mr. and Mrs. Howison, returning tc Yarrabubba Station, after a short sta\ . in the Metropolis, passed through Cue on Tuesday. . - ' . ? ? ? ? * The Chief Secretary of Hew South Wales, Mr. Albert BruntnelL who had a heart seizure on Tuesday, died late Oil lUIUMlit} SU.MSU1WUU. On Monday evening Mr. Wimbridge, of Hill View Station^ parsed througt: Cue proceeding to Mnllewa by motor ear. Mr. W. 21. Beeble, Inspector of Mines, left by Monday's train on a holiday trip. Mrs. Decblc, who left a week earlier, has proceeded to New South Wales. * ? ? -?* The London 'Daily News' under stands that the engagement of the Duke r-f'(i\tmr-*sitj*r fn T-nrlv Aim-fin Scott. the youngest of the Duke of Bucclcugh 7s fi^e daughters, will be officially an nounced when the Hong is sufficiently recovered. ? * * Mrs. Amy S. H. Brown is leaving for Perth by to-night's train after an enjoyable time amongst her many , friends in Geraldton and district. After about a week in Perth, where several sen...

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THE TURF BELMONT PARK MEETING ACCEPTANCES FOR SATURDAY. Perth, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

THE TUkF ? ♦' ?-.- BELMONT PARK MEETING ACCEPTANCES FOB SATURDAY. Perth, January 30. The following are the acceptances for the Belmont Park meeting on Saturday:— ? * HUfiDLE RAGE. About two miles. Raymond Terrace 12.3, Church Tow er 11.12, Prince of Samoa 10.13, Micro phone 9.4, Cassowary 9.0, Girribillie 9.0, Best Fleece 9.0, Roek Cello 9.0, Boonamunya 9.0, Green Sward 9.0. BELMONT PLATE. Seven and a half furlongs. Bunabout 8.8, Green and Blue 8.5, Qoanza 8.5, Threeania 8.4, Eridanus 7.12, Faucon 7.12, Curious 7.11* Crow ner 7.11, Flying Miss 7.10, Indian Sage 7.7, Hason 7.5, Herode 7.4, Orewa 7.4, Miss Constance 7.3, Wolverton 7.1, BEIJtfONT PURSE. Seven and a half furlongs. Aiumlad 9.0, Martel 8.13, Lanatus 8.12, Gtoaman 8.10, Ralston 8.10, Idun 8.10, 'Lucky Days 8£, Beine 8J9, Son of Codilla,8.9, Wbnnerfcp Laddie 8.9, Timi inifai 8.«, Irish Damte*8.5J Antumn Day 7.13, High Fair 7.11, Poletac 7O1, Trebns 7ai, Tugela 7.11, Eadoform 7.10, Chrysite 7.9, 'Bootheriagandra 7.4, Overcha...

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THE FIRST "TELEGRAM" [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

THE FIBST 'TELEGBAM' There was exhibited at the recent International Congress of Orient u!i 't ? at Oxford what is probably the first form of 'telegram' in the world. It con sists of -a fragment of stone on which is a Coptic inscription which translated means 'He died to-day.' This nieo *age was brought by 'express' nies seHger to the friends of an unknown man ihi rtunn iiivTi t\wn*t Vila re *}{Tt\ TnA fragment of stone was exhibited in the special exhibition of Oriental books an. I manuscripts, opened in the Bodleian Li brary at Oxford in connection with tho congress. One-third of the Indian 'Empire con sists of 70S States of various size and character governed by Indian rulers.

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"BROOKLYN'S" SELECTIONS. Perth, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

'BEOOKiTrarS' BEXBOTION1R ??' ' - '? Perth, February 1.' -. The fallowing are the raeinig .select tions for- the Belmont Park meeting by 'Brooklyn': — Hurdle Race: Church Tower 1, Ray mond Terrace 2, Prince of Samoa 3. Belmont Plate: Indian S^ge, 1; Fly ing ML&, 2, Threeania. 3. Bebnont Purse: Irish Dame J, Booth cragandra 2, Autumn Day 3. xcuiiuuj 1 ? gum ? \»njM . n ? nnviw . , -. Karagan 2, Cactus 3. Trial Stakes: Cantilate 1, Daimoves 2, Ayrway 3. Welter Handicap: Eurangoa 1, Miss Agnes 2, Jolly Crier i.

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LOCHIEL'S SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

' ? - * ?*''' '- ' ' ? '- IiOCHIEX-'S 8ELEOTZQKB. . ?*? '?'?'??? m ??-/'.?? -; ' ' r- '?'?'-.- Hurdles.— Micirtip'fcoBe 1, Best Fleece, Raymond Terrace 3. - -, Bebnont Plate. — Orewa L Faucon 2, Threeania or Curious 3; ' ' Pursc-^-Lucky Days % Poletac 2, Ah tumn Day; 3. . ' , :. '? ''...*' February Handicap.— Kilreid 1, Cfic- : tus 2, Station 3. . . „ ? H; :iJ '-! Triat— Crystal Light 1, Daimoves 2.: Green Rose 3^ . '?'X$S!?^.Yl ? Flying Welter.— -Licinins^fi/'TDuran goa % Curious or'. Miss Agnes' 3. . ;

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STOWAWAY'S RUSE LEFT SHIP BY CHUTE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

STOWA^VAY^S RUSE -LEFT! SHIP Bi' CHUTE One of the harvesters who went to Canada from England a few weeks a«- returned in a very unorthodox, mauuer. When, the) CJMi. liner Duchess of Beu ford arrived at Liverpool he was seen sliding down the luggage thutc. 'That's a strange way of leaving .a liner,' ex claimed an official u^ lie seized tn-- 'Not at all,' the inan replied, 'i was.Wfcjfcg for niy luggage.' He said his name was .lohn Wallace Goodall, of Dalkeith, and ultimately he admitted he was a stowaway. 'Jt was the only way lo yet house to my wife,' he told tbe magint rales when charged at Liverpool Police Court wath stowing away. He said In1 wcj:- out with British harvesters and had lii- luggage. UIUl return ticket stolen. An official of the ^bippinj; romp-any sa;-! this man was tbe most audacious stow «w»y }i-: had Jii-'1. iSome liaJ\estfrs con cealed tiiiu on bo:n-!. After tin1 iiis*. day at sea, the o/I'i'.-ial state-l, (io.od:i!l caiuc out of his hiding, sat duwn'witli the pas...

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Murchison Goldfields Racing Club. SUGGESTION FOR IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

Murchison GoUields Racing Chilr SUGGESTION FOR IMPEOVi; MENTS. 1 ? A special committee of the above clus was held at TattersalPs (Cue) Hotel, on Saturday evening, Mr. C. Beaton (chairman) presiding. i3y invitation several horse-owners at tended and brought under notice mat ters which, viewed from their stand point, required csfreful attention. Ou»i of these was races for seeond-class hacks. After a lengthy discussion it ond class' from the conditions in re gard to races numbered 3 and 5 on tin suggested programme. Mr.' Maxwell, a horse owner, suggest ed that the enclosure at the scales !v- enlarged to permit horses being saddled immediately after the riders had weig' ed out, and that more stalls be provide-i_ _tho present number (22) not being suf ficient for the November meeting. Various other matters in regard tc the more efficient carrying out of duties on the course were freely discussed, -te was that of accommodation for visitors to the town. Members suggested that the club sho...

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HUSBAND ON TILES MIDNIGHT COMEDY IN PARIS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

HUSBAND ON TILES ^ ? 1 MIDSriGHT OOMEBY IN PAffitS ' * Because a young man, Georges Tec rouy, arrived home very late at night And did . not wish to wake up his wife, a tquad of 20 Paris policemen, and a section of the fire brigade were mobilis ed recently, says an exchange. At 2 a.m. Mme..Teciouy, who was not s,o sound asleep as her husband hoped, telephoned to the police tha_t a burglav was 'naiKing uuoui on uu: rum. m . _ Jjnmedjately in. motor cars^and^id? cars the police arrived at the scene in ' 1 he Rue Madame. The fire brigade lad der was reared against the building and poiic-e and firemen seized a man on thfc roof who was apparently looking for a skylight. - He explained that he w-as M. Tec- j rouy, but that as he was very late he ! had; reached the roof by an emergency staircase, and had groped round Irving to enter his flat by the boxroom win dow. M, Tecrouy .spent the rest of the niftn at the police station until *hc truth o? his statement had been proved. tie «- then all...

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JUVENILE RECORD BREAKER GIRL, SWIMMER'S PERFORMANCE Sydney, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

JUVENILE RECORD BREAKER ^ ? GXBI# SWIMMER'S PERFORMANCE Sydney, January 31. Jean Cocks, the 13 -year-old wonder gill, broke the . 100 metres swimming record for Australia last night at Coo gee.' She- did the distance in 1.13, which is 2 2-5 seconds better than the previous record by Phillis Wills, and only three seconds outside the world's record.

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AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 1 February 1929

M1USEMENTS. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME— 1. 'Chu-.k«n a Lsi King' 2. 'The Fighting Banger' 3. The Dainty Delavalcs 4. 'Polly of the Movies' Prices: — 2/6 spd 2/-; Children, 1/ 'Phyllis of the Follies'^ 'Phyllis of the Follies,' the bright sophisticated chorus-girl comedy screen ing at Kings and Queens on Saturday, reveals the private life of a chorus gi.l when she has left the theatre behind to live her own life. For that reason the picture is botU unusual and clever. It stars Alice Day and Matt Moore. Saturday's Comedy Special — Lorelei started .off in life as -the grand-daughter of a gold miner. T; was only natural, therefore, that she should become a famous gold digger her self amongst the natives of Broadway. See Lorelei Lee.-portrayed by .Bath Tay lor in the Paramount picture, 'Gentlo- men Prefer Blondes,' at Kin^s and Queens on Saturday. 'The Gay Defender ??— . \A tale of sunny California in tho days when the natives wore oppressed, fiiefc ard Dix plays the colorful role of the bandi...

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