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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLEHK The following passengers travelled to and from Geraldton by the air ser vi--e of the MacUobertsoii-Mnier Avia tion Company Limited during the las! two days: — Perth to Geraldton (Wednesday) — Messrs. R. Lee, J. J. Thomas, M. G. Foster, A. Jackson, J. W. Low, F. J. Forrester, H. J. Trijrwell. R. J. Smith. B. Bromley, Mesdames H. M^. M^iller, M. K. Miller, E. B. McCrossan, M. 1J. Pilbeani and Miss E. Broadley. Geraldton to Perth (Wednesday) — Messrs. A. Whitford. F. Whitford, A. Lee, F. J. Horwood, E. A. Cornell, R Monjrer, Mesdames A. Whitford. F. Whitford, Collier and Scott-Stimson. Perth to Geraldton (Thursday)— Alessrs. G. S. McGregor, L. Grist, H. Clarke and C. C. White. Carnarvon to Geraldton (Thursday) —Mr. Stroud. Geraldton to Perth (Thursday) — Messrs: J. Patrick, D. Gaufield, Corn wall, T. O'Sullivan, M. O'Siillivan, M. D. Gaston, A. Horan, Mesdames Smith. P. Gaston, Misses F. A. Dannenburpr and E. Horan.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD The following are the iiasseugi rt ivJw travelled by the Iius of the M.d laml Railway Company between I'eith ;iud Geruldtou during -the iia.se U-w days : — I'eirli to (iwiildton (Tuesduy) — .Messrs. V. Kell, A. Turner. \V. M:sr j Jin, liltiyney, ilesduiues K. Mel'herscn. J. Gill, S. Jones, A. McGavrun, K. D;a ter, A. Tucker, A. Martin. Kuddi--k. liyrne, Carter, FoIl:in-J, W«illey, Misses I. Carter, K. KnijrJit, II. Henfrey, K. [{arter, A. Peterson and J. Tucker. Geraidton to 1'erth (Wednesday) — j Messrs. Togno, I\ A. (ilossoit, ilesdauie.s ! M. U Green and Hirst. Perth to Gemldron (Wedne.sdyy) — Messrs. I). Freedman, T. Hau^htou. (-. Srockins, J. Hamison, J. House, K. Stokes, T. I'erry, C. liickell, H. I'ind.iie, 1J. 1'efrie, Mesdames J. Sermon. \V. Ferry, A. Uiley. A. I'sitton. G. Martin. A. KHiott. -!-. (VRrien. C. I'.ickelL H. Tindale, I'llrich, Win thy. Misses 15. (Jwen, N. Ferry and .1. Tindale. Gerald ton to l'erth...

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Galena Lead Mines Treatment Plant Operates ENCOURAGING PROSPECTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

Galena Lead Mines Treatment Plant Operates ENCOURAGING PROSPECTS The treatment' plant -tf Galena Lead !Mines X.L. was set in operation yester day. At first tailings from the old Sur prise mine would be treated and later ore from the company's old working* Vnlild be put through tJio plant. The chairman of directors (Mr. M. Coyne Miller) said that this \v:!s the first plant to be erected in \Ve-tern Australia for the treatment of lead ore hy the flotation process. The directors were exnectiug a gocd percentage recovery of lead concentrates. The plant should create considerable inter est. The company h:id been advised of :; further rise in the price of lead ?n America. Indications were that, the price would remain high for some time to come. Every effort would he made 'at the nil no to |m»du-i» as much lead concentrates as possihYe so a* to t:il;e full advantage of the high price.

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District Stock Fixtures Clearing Sale at Morawa WEAKENING PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

District Stock Fixtares ? 4- ? Clearing Sale at Morawa WEAKENING PRICES Messrs. F.lder, Smith & Oimpauy l.imiied report having conducted- a . ;:;i:- factory sale at Morawa on Mon day last, there being in al tendance a. rjeodly number of local buyers together wiih others from Three Springs. I'ar iiaiur'h. Mingeitew and Ceral-lt«»i. Appi-'iviuiaiely 7-'-o sheep were yar-Ieil and sold, and whilst compel if ion was s-»mew!i::i keen prices showed rat Iicr a weakening tendency. Quotations: — For Mr. ('. (1. TfiomrH Kivcs — - ami .'J years and od-I 4 yeai*s ;:t :;:»/('? Jiii.l ~t and -i years at 31/-; In :; It lines Joined to Murray blood ranis. Weanei s - Mixed sex, well ^rown. i Wethers— Young, 'I?, to 1! years, 33/-. | F«r (H-er ^'ciidoi-s I Merino Kwes — Large frames, average sorts, joined to Bitngani' blood rams, U to :\\ years at 3H/- and 4 and 5 years at -?'-/-? , .Merino We.Jiiers— Well si-own, for ward order, mixed sex at 32/- and small : f!';:ijlt's ::t '!. )/-.

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Traffic from Berlin Flowing Normally Again SOVIET RELEASES WAGONS Berlin, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

Traffic from Berlin ? « ? : ? Flowing Normally Again SOVIET RELEASES WAGONS Merlin. April 1.'i. German freight fratiic out of Merlin, ] ?which was delayed by the new Soviet ! traffic regulations, is beginning to flow normally again. The Russian Comman der in Berlin (Major-General Kotikov) lias ordered the release of more than one hundred railway wagons loaded with parcels for \V«»sleni Germany. British sources said to-day that road :ind rail trallic to Austria was back to normal.

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Bogota Assassination Identification of Assailant RELATIONS WITH RUSSIA Bogata (Colombia), April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

Bogota Assassination Identification of Assailant RELATIONS WITH RUSSIA Bogota (Colombia), April 34. A scar from a I'.Hl apiietidicitis oper ation has identified the assassin of the LiU-ral Leader ( Dr. Jorge Gaitau) as tweuty-six-year-old Bogotau native (Juan Sierra). Doctors were called to identify the body from .the scar as tin* face had Jkvu kicked to an unrecognisable pulp by a hysterical mob after the assassin ation. Sierra is not known to have had any lixed occupation. High officials have said that be was ,a member of President .Perey/s Conservative Party. rnceitainty surrounds the funeral of I Jr. Gaitan. His wife has said that he will no/ be buried until President Perez resigned and many people are support ing her. Conservative Foreign Minister (Mr. Edunrdo Zuleta) to-day denied that Colombia had broken olV relations with Russia. He said: — 'We have taken uo definite action yet.'' The Government radio's announce ment cf. the break was premature he said and the radio's direct...

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To-day's Lottery Draw Salesman's Good Fortune MAIN PRIZE-WINNERS Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

| To-day's Lottery Draw Salesman's Good Fortune MAIN PRIZE-WINNERS Perth. This' Afternoon. Ah office boy bought the ticket X«. 31.SMK) which won the £3.000 first prize in to-day's lottery draw. He bought h for furniture salesman, T. Hanna. of Peel Street, Guildford. Mr. I lamia won a £1 prize in the last lofferv. He sent the office boy of the firm to collect the pound with instruc tions to buy .another ticket. The second prize of £.r-00 went (o ticket No. 72.ST7. Mr. A. Perkins, a Vic tnriau subscriber. The third prize of rj.'.o (ticket No. U7.03- » was taken in the name of Garry Luck, care 13S Mat lock Stiwt. Ml. Hawthorn.

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Contract Was Void Sequel to Lottery Win QUEENSLAND DECISION Brisbane, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

Contract Was Void Sequel to Lottery Win QUEENSLAND DECISION Brisbane. April 15. Three men in a Queensland town decided to play a game of cards, the loser to buy a lottery ticket. The ticket won the h'rst prize of £--.000, but by a Court decision two of the men will get no share in it. The man who lost the game will keep the lot. The game, called Prefa, was played in the Greek Club at Ipswich in 194G between the cafe proprietor (Coustau tine Honianakis), John Pentis and fruiterer (Nicholas PengHs). Honiana kis lost and bought the ticket. Pentis and Penglis took to Court their claim for a share and the jury found there had been been a contract by the men to share the ticket, but Mr. Justice Mansfield in the Supremo. Court hold that the contract sprang from a game forbidden by the Gaining Act and was therefore void.

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London Policewomen "Tough and Attractive" AN EXCITING BEAT London, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

London Policewomen 'Tough and Attractive' AN EXCITING BEAT . London, April 1.1. A hundred and liiirty-Hve young Women, tough enough to hold their own in a fracas, yet attractive enough to don evening clothes ami mix inconspicu ously in night clubs, are being siaigJf in London for The women's branch -jf the Metropolitan Police Force. They ! must be twenty-one or more, -~- feet 4 i inches or taller, without spectacles, i educated an-l British. Their beat will be an exciting area within ;^ sixteen-mile radius of Pic cadilly Circus, and their patrols will take them to young girls haunts, often in lonely sp«»ts. They are not welfare workers and they can make arrests, said the woman police sui/crintendent.

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

MISCELLANLOUS , J±_ DANCE will be held in the Nabawa ]j Hall on Saturday next, April 24th : ^ presentation of trophies : good music, J good lioor and supper. Proceeds devoted !j lo Lpper Chapman Cricket Association. Jj ^T NANSON— Garden Fete and Rose i * Show on Saturday next, April 17th; 'i Mac's Bus departs Suite School Corner -j at 2 p.m. and Town Hall at 2.1O p.m., jj departing from Nanson on the ueturn i journey at .1.13 p.m. Return Fare — *, Adults 3/-, Childreu half fare. Reserve ! J your bus seats at Mac's Booking Oltice *, (.next Post-Office). ? CLEARANCE of Compendium:-, at a special price of 1/- each at Gerald ton Newspapers Limited, Geraldtou. £J.Y.CLE Tyres and Tubes are now available in all sizes at Young Motors Pty. Ltd., Geraldtou ; be early to avoid disappointment. £JHAMPION Spark Plugs! Supplies of typos which have been in short supply for Trucks and Tractors are again available at Young Motors Pty. Ltd., Geraidton. ? j. ? QON-RODS for all makes of Cars. Trucks and...

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TENNIS Annual Schools Tournament PROGRESSIVE RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

TENNIS Annual Schools Tournament PROGRESSIVE RESULTS A record entry of 140 was received ' for tiie annual tournament conducted j by the Ceraldtou and District Tennis Ass-:c:aii«.ii lor children in attendance 1 ;tt town mid district schools. A 'coui- ? ieiieetiieui was made with the various o::i(.-jtiiioiis on Monday and details of 'lie sillies played at the conclusion of I ay yesterday are iriven hereuuder. Girls' Singles (1'nder 13 years) first Hound — V. Johns beat S. S; bourn. !M : C. Mufiiiiy beat is. Spar row-hawk, -i-.''j: N. Mcliilvray beat J. iliil, :i-J ; A. Uoyce b. at t'. Me- keiburir, ???-. L. iiai-i-isoii (.eat J. (iuuid, i»-7; L. - Mine beat L. Smith. 0-1 ; D. Deiane '???a; I-J. Jewell, 'J-*-: M. Kakins beat A. iiull.'iijrs. !--'-. .1. .Uct;;v;ftn' beat H. '- 'i!;,H!\ ,)-l : A. Saiiisbnry. beat J. f'alivr. l)-'»: M. tiie.u^ b.at M. AnclfiV, :;-'-: C. Mifskin bey, M. Dimn. U-l : ii. v..-.v Ik-it tS. iiailey, iMi. Second lioiii:d — X. Mc-Ji!vray heat C. '-iiirpiiy: H. V....

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

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Soccer Season Possibilities Examined PROBLEMS AHEAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

Soccer Season Possibilities Examined PROBLEMS AHEAD . (By 'Wembley') With the advent' of the cooler weather the thoughts of all soccer fans are now turning to the future of their game iu Geraldton, and, although it was revived last year with consider able success by a number of the stal warts of the game, it has been pre dicted that this, the second post-war season of the code j it Geruldtoii, will be the crucial test in deciding the future of the game which in pre-war years attracted so many followers both in Geraldton and the surrounding dis tricts. Looking back on the last season, and the struggle the Association had in keeping the game going, mainly due to the lack of junior players who had been expected to come forward and take the places of the old-timer;; responsible for reviving the code, the Association are to be congratulated on the effort they made. It is the hope of aJl lovers of the game that their efforts will l»e rewarded during lh«' coining season. It will he remembe...

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Geraldton Tomatoes Singapore Market Conditions AN INTERESTING REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

Geraldton Tomatoes Singapore Market Conditions AN INTERESTING REPORT In November last the Superintendent of Horticulture (Mr. H. B. Powell) visited Singapore on behalf of the State I Government to investigate the market- 1 ing of Western Australian fruits. Dur ing his stay in .(Seral^tou, en route U- \ Singapore Mr. Powell was asked by die j Geraldton Tomato -jro\ver&' Association (Incorporated) to - report --tin various aspects of tHie export of local tomatoes ' to Singapore. The report has now \ieen made available and iu the course of it Mr. Powell states inter alia: — j I Approximately 1,036 half -bushel cases I of tomatoes were loaded as deck cargo j on the m.v. Charon for Singapore at ! Geraldton on November 6th, 1947. They were stowed in four stacks of approxi* | mately 250 cases each, port and star | board, on Nos. 2 and 4 decks respec i tively. In company with the District | Agricultural Adviser (Mr. G. L. Thros [sell), I examined a number of cases as [they were bein...

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The Geraldton Guardian THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1948 NEW VARIETY OF WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

ilUc iBemtdton (guardian THURSDAY, APRIL l.\ 1!MS NEW VAKIKTV OF WHEAT The distinction conferred on the tiis- : trict by the fact that the promising new wheat, previously known a.s M.SO, had been named Wongnondy will bo generally ji[ipreciat«Hl by fanners in j these northern agricultural areas. It ' has been explained that the name was chosen by reason of the fact that the Wongoondy-Mendels Progress Associa- ; lion has cooperated fully with the Department of Agriculture in Hie test- i ing of the new- variety under field con- . ditions. Encouraging results have been obtained already with lht» new species and it enters on its commercial career with sound recommendations. Although perhaps disastrous for the few immc- \ diately concerned, the advent of rust i at Wongoondy last year enabled a thorough test to be made oi' the new wheat for its resistance to at least 'one species of this dread visitation. That it emerged with Hying colors from this experiment has encouraged the belief '?. ...

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CHAPTER IX [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

CHAPTER IX If Arniitage had not kept a firm grip of himself lie must have said or done something io 4-ause a sensation. To ti:e rig;:i of the prisoner he saw l»o!iie looking ,-it him reproachfully, knew ioo late -that Dobie would have warned him had he waited, had indeed warned him m the unread note. Walls und faces swam round him. The. lighu; danced and dwindled to pin points in the yellowish haze. Faintly he demauded the girl's name, and in the imsli that ensued listened for her voice raised. U* toll tuwn Jill ll»al she was Cherry Arniitage, his sou's wife. Her eyes were glued to his as if his stare hypnotised her, and no sound came from her pale parted lips. j Observing . Robert's sickly color, and sHj»pos5iig lie w«s fatigued, n lirotht'i' : magistrate sternly bade her s;ie;iU. I 'Say you're Alice Jones K you don't \ want to tell the truth.' a kindly young j constable .vhispered without a move- j nient of. rhe mouth. 'An ali:«s may j help us to get on.'' Aware that this was Lanc...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL Wc-'.!i?r Furcrasi.— The Wc:;ii:;r Bureau to-day issued tiie foili.win.' -;eral-li--.;i f«;iva«l for th«' next iv.v;i:v hour hours: — -\-,i! .-'!}-! doiuly with an «.:?' as:- :ial li_rh; shov.vr. n:i'iler;i::' wcsi wijuN and moderate s;':is. 'Boys' Kandi' for M^jii'ee. Featur ing Jackie (''Butvlfl .Jenkins. Jaitii1.-^ -'r:iig. Skippy Hoineier. f»arry I Sick ma n ami Dorothy Patrick. '?M-iy.;' Kain-li' will be screened at the itad;-; Theatre matinee on Saturday next. !'. is the story -if niis.Litiideil juveniles .tnd :s man who devotes his lift; to giving ; hem a home, a job and a fresh stari in l\fu on a Texas ranch. Shorts will include Newsrcel. Cartfioii, 'Sprimr- iiiMe for Thcinias' (Tom aiid Jerr\ !. 'Faia at Hyde Park' and another episode of the S'i-j:'!. 'Secret Al'c»iT X'.t.' P«:-.iaI Voliii^ f«r Keferciiauni. Electcrs eriiitleci to v.ite by post a: I he lorthconnnci referendum arc thus.' v.lm On polling day will be outside the Staf 'for which they arc enrol...

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CHAPTER VIII. Three uneventful weeks elapsed. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

-'HAi'Ti-:n vnr. Three uneventful weeks elapst-d. ' | A secoud letter fi-nn Uob .sent liol»- i jert hastening to 31-;unt l-'iwisaut to' j consult the Xeilsot::-.. Uu!» had writ ' teu to Ciu'rry ul.-i-. and would expect jau answer. How were t!-ty Jo a«-i'i i ''Tell him -('heny ijas sprained her j wrist and cau'i writo.' I5essie suggest- I ed. Neilscn pi-t-terrwl ,-i broken jir.ii. \ because broken anus rake a tedious time ! j to rueml. 'She can iaii oft' her i j J)iry«rl«.'' sa'd lu-sale. viriuoiisly rt-a-iy i , to lie in a pood cause. , 'The very thing.' purred Robert, f ! 'Her bicycle.' j j He read Ills own letter to them, :i I description of the interior and eitcii'is- I ? of the Schweizerhuf. the dally rouriiu- ? ! of the patients, and its b-?n-jik i.iJ j ' results to Uob. Hc» was slowly ii!;.sro\ - i '; hoi and rejiaininjr an. appetite, he slept. ' ] his weijihr had icci^stscd a pound, Wil- j ? li:(uis was a devoted tyrant, and the i | do-:ioi-- \v«Ttf (iptiiiiistic. A wimmsicai...

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

Because they appreciate blend of fine Virginia leaf, men and women who insist ! on quality are enthusiastic jJgHBli That's why it's always ' TIME FOR A CAPSTAN THE EMPIRE'S FAVOURITE CIGARETTE «6MC-1.«B ? JOHN HENRY , AUSTRALIA AROUSES NATION WIDE i ?-^Mjl DISCUSSION Ji^^P^ r'« a series of dramatic plays and __Jtfa8| *r com'mcntarit's on current affairs *V*fS; jr and problems. ^1$?/ FEARLESS! OUTSPOKEN! URGENTLY IMPORTANT! Listen to STATION 6GB every THURSDAY at 8.45 p.m. Authorised by IX Mi Clfinnd, 30 Ash Street, Svdnev ? ^ ? . ~ / Jhillman minx cars (SALON MODEL) EARLY DELIVERIES CAN NOW BE ARRANGED INQUIRIES INVITED LOCAL DEALERS: DEMPSTER'S GARAGE Tel 238— ELEANOR STREET, GERALDTON— Tel 238 i ? i Repairs to all makes of Cars, Trucks and Tractors - Full Stocks of Tyres and Batteries j A CAR THE FAMILY Prefect is a roniplctc and money-savins Will DC UABRV «««???»?? solution of the family car problem. li WWia«ft. DC ttiZMrrY fnrlTrl has cyc-appeal in its sleek new styling ami big ...

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CRICKET Upper Chapman Association AN INTERESTING FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 April 1948

CRICKET Upper Chapmaii Aiiociatiun AN INTERESTING FiA'AL ii'iii^ih rq/irt. -iii.ii.es w-e iuiia .\u. \i «tmJ Nuruliiig Ciuos. ijUiiuy ihc i'i-*-iiiiii; ! ;tlrt ??!? Sliiijjp.-j i him uuii iusi iiW , * ic-iveis ior id is . iiu.-. WiH-ii ultiv wuts | it'.suiii..-a ojj .siuiuay last Uie huiaiutm ! ..eiv li. ,»ic-c Jij;tM(.K ;-U(i 15. Warr, ivlio j .;,lli;)^(v, to ^,;j^.- iijc ii'-ji^Je cviiiUi'^ ? )ei'.r«- ii/«- ii(i;ii- v,-;i-j i»-\»lvu ml U'n : Willis. A. J-rin»...s ji,hn'a Vvarr ;tii-J a-/-(ed ?ii.i-.iM'ji iMji.s niii,-t ijio i.-jitc r iin.-r-»as- --l liis rally by ;£j runs, at ufiidi siajrt nf tlie inijhi^.s pijfht \vi--kfts u^rc ; ?iuwn. Warr puiyed an exooJJeiit inuinys tor 71 runs, inclmled iii fJiis v«'iy val« .U-I(? (.-ontriljution bi'iiijr nine 'fours' :ui-l mi' '.sixer.' The inninjrt rl«sed f--r a. tutal of U8S niiis. which prav« Yima a i?ad -»f lC»r- runs on tlie lirst innings. Xaralinir c-fiiunifnc^d -wll isi a sfcoml :tjnin^s and had S'- runs oti the hoard ??efvuv thi' fi...

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