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COUNTERFEIT MONEY. OLD MAN DECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

COUNTERFEIT MONET* — ' — w ? OLD MAN IJECEnrEDi Two men have just been P&£ '*||I gaol for six months for toeiag* buJS^M possession of counterfeit coifts X**-4fcf| the London 'Sunday 2fews.')» *' They had taken rooms -wifli s.«ti*-jE ed schoolmaster as Clapham. H^jplgs course, had no notion. of the game V&ggl lodgers were playing, and when tte s police came to his premises, jaxnte&^l with a search warrant, be -was aw i{ startled as though an earthquake \ti&0 hannened. i^m The men were taken away, Jb&t^j there was an aftermatb. Tlie -31j|| schoolmaster, venerable, . bearted awlS3? partly . deaf, had been. JianiHwl 'half '31 ^ crown by one of the men. Tlus fee_: offered to a local tobacconist in paj^OS! ment for cigarettes under the impress- S ion that the coin was a good. one. A The tradesman rattled' Hie ^ow^ih^ the counter and declared it * 'SnaS^Mn and the old man went away Ibiftedsbgl lamenting his ill-luck. - &M

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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CARNAMAH v. COOROW. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

CABNAMAH v. COOBOW. In vulgar parlance, Garnamah 'put it all over' Coorow on Sunday last. Declaring at 206 for 7 wickets, they scored a four point win by getting rid of their opponents for 76 and 36. Scores: — CABNAMAH Fitzgerald, c Tomkins, b Broun . 63 Bocchi, b Gardener ? € lies, b Broun ? - - 54 Bobertson, e Holden, b Patten .. 17 Brown, e Tomkins, b Broun .... 20 Aneliffe, b Broun ? 8 Graham, not ont ? 22 Lacey, e and b Broun ? 5 Sundries ? 13 Total for 7 wickets ? 206 COOEOW. 'First Innings. Broun, c lies, b Brown ? 0 Bead, b Brown ? 1* Gardener, b Bobertson ? 9 Hutchcraft, b Bobertson ? li Fatten, b Brown ? 13 Broun, b Brown ? 5 Caisely, b Brown ? 0 Holden, c Clarke, b Fitzgert'd .- 0 J. Tomkins, stp. Bocchi, b Fitzger ald ? - 5 S. Tomkins, not out ? -?- 8 T. Bead, c and b Fitzgerald ? 0 Sundries ? 4.... 8 Total 76 Second Innings 36 (M. Patten 18). Bowling. Carnamah: Brown, 5 for 25; Bobert son, 2 for 29; Fitzgerald, 2 for 4. Sec ond Innings: Clark, 2 for 11; Perry, 3 for 1; ...

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ROYAL BRIDE REFUSES SENSATION AT WEDDING LAST MOMENT "NO." London January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

ROYAL BRIDE REFUSES SENSATION AT WEDDING LAST MOMEMT *\»O.' t ? London. January 3L. The 'Dailv News' states that an ex traordinary, unaccountable incident mar ked the intended wedding at \the fiegens - burg Cathedral, Bavaria of Princess Ilia Tfaurn and Taxis, a cousin of Prince, Bainer Thur and Taxis; rrae principal South. Sprman ex-Boy- ' alists assembled and' the Bishop was ready to officiate.' The Princess, be witchingly arrayed; entered the Cathed ral on the arm of the brilliantly uni formed bridegroom, but she darted off from the altar and threw! herself down at the feet of the chief Prince of Thorn and, Taxis, flic head of the family, sob bing, 'Z couldn't say 'Yes* after alL* Then she sprang -up, snatched, her cloak, hurried put of the Cathedral -and *lrpve alone to the railway station, while the Bishop tried to~aflayiithe sen sation*. ? '???'??'..;

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MINGENEW METHODISTS HARVEST THANKSGIVING FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

MINGENEW METHODISTS HARVEST THANKSGIVING FESTIVAL. The Methodist Chureh folk at Min genew held their annual Harvest Homo on Sunday, January 20, when the cir cuit Minister (Bev. W. J. Cramp) con ducted two services, morning and ev ening,, to good congregations. The evening service mast have been most gratifying to him, as well as an inspir ation to find such a large congrega tion desirous of expressing their thanks to almighty God for His divine blessing upon the labors of the year in providing an abundant harvest. On the following Tuesday evening the folk met again at a social evening. They were augmented by two car loads from the Dongarra church in the per sons of Mr. and Mrs. B. Clarkson, Mr. and Mrs. Wass, Mr. A. Wass, Misses Wass and Sloper, and the Bev and Mrs. H. H. FennelL Seating accom modation was taxed to its utmost. The programme' was varied in its na ture, the assistance of the children with their recitations being greatly appreciated by the large audience. The little fo...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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WORLD PEACE BRITAIN'S NAVY THE FREEDOM OF THE SEAS. London, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

WORLD PEACE ? 7-* ? ~ BRITAIN'S NAVY THE FREEDOM OF THE SEAS. -? , i . London, January 3L 'I must speak carefully because there arc plenty of critics on naval pol icy,' said Mr. W. C. Bridgeman. -Krss. Lord of Admiralty) speaking to the Constitutional Club. ' ' They, arc rather like batsmen prac tising at the nets; they hit catches in every direction and are never caught because the nets intercept the bad strokes. , Xobody knows how badly they played, but for me there are plenty of slips, I must play carefully.'* Mr. Bridgeman added that he possess ed complete confidence in the nation which introduced the Kellogg Pact and also that the signatories thereof would keep world peace, fie was prepared to trust them. He did not desire to crit icise America's cruiser requirements, be cause peace was safer, in the hands of countries with confidence in each other than in the hands of scaremongers per petually talking about the grave war risk. .uavy non-agiessive ? . Mr. Bridgeman said the Gov...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

LOCAL & ^^ GENERAL. The Temperature. — A cool change set in to-day. At 9 o'clock -the tempera ture was 75.8, and at 3 o'clock it was 86 degrees. . j, ? ? ' Price of Meat. — Calling attention to price list appearing elsewhere, Mr. C. ' Lane begs to announce that all accounts paid promptly will be regarded as .cash, and the booking fee will be deducted. — A^vt. Stock Ztrom the East.— Messrs A. Lange and I\. Everett, wholesale butch era, of Perth and Kalgoorlie, have been forced 'by the drought conditions to buy stock in the Broken BUI dis trict (Vie.), and last week 300 bul locks from the Lachlan ? Biver were loaded for Kalgoorlie, where ihey wtere killed, and the (carcases dis tributed in Perth and surrounding dis tricts. They also bought 100 head of cattle and 1500 wethers. Two trains were required to carry the stock. Record Wheat Yi*lfl.— What is claimed jybea record wheat yield for Australia for this year was obtained by Messrs *PietBCh Bros,: ©i 'Urange- linc, N©wv South ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

To Firm Tender Gums WIDESPREAD dental discoveries in die care of teeth and gums have recently been made. Tooth and gum troubles were found to come largely from a film coat that forms on teeth, absorbs food dis colourations and breeds bacteria. Run your tongue across your teeth and you'll feel a slippery coating'. That ia film. Old-type dentifrices won't successfully combat it. That's why your teeth now remain 'off colour' regardless of what you do. ^ - Now, in a new-type dentifrice called Pepsodent, those conditions have been met — you can clear that -film off. Teeth wbiten amazingly. One's whole appearance thus is often quickly changed, ? ScJd everywhere im two sixes. r 2011 POUNTAEM Pens.— Best variety and values in town, including the fam ous Swan. — Geraldton Newspapers Lim ited, 'Guardian ' Buildings, 125 Mar ine Terrace.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

Save a Lot of Work on Washdays Don't attempt to wash heavy counterpanes nad tablecloths, etc.. Dry cleaning is more effective and the small cost is more than counter balanced by the drudgery avoided. Make yours into a~ parcel and post or rail direct to PARRANTS LIMITED * ' DYERS and CLEANERS 26 FOBBEST PLACE, PEETH (opposite Post Office) 16 ADELAIDE ST., FBEMANTLE % ? iFl The OPTICIAN LTD. 263 (I may St., Perth

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

aX^^^^V- * We fcave J118* opened a Very Ttae Mr ^\. Sange of Boxed Stationery, specially / ^**-w selected to suit all tastes. ^ ^^vT^-^ ^° ^e**er Range *n Town. ^ ^-s^y'^T- ^* ALL WEITING BEQUISITB8 IN STOCK GERALDTON NEWSPAPERS LIMITED, GERALDTON PRINTERS and STATIONERS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

^TASTEPAPEE.— Good dlean News paper, always for sale at market rates, at Geraldton Newspapers, Lim ited. 'Guardian' Buildings, 125 Mar ine Terrace. ? . if .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

4 THE GERALDTON GUARDIAN & EXPRESS PUBCISHED DAILY At 5 'm. (6 pjn. Saturdays). Prepaid Subscription Bates: — (Post Free). 3~~months ? _? ? 13/ 6 months ...... ? 26/6 9 months ? 38/ 12 months ? 50/ JSooked: — 14/- per quarter (post free). - „ . ,:A Scale of Advertising Sates. * Classified columns for Advertise ments will appear in the 'Geraldton Guardian and Express' as occasion re quires. Bates for Ordinary Type Set and Display Advertisements: — Casual Advertisements, 4/- per _^_o. 25in. up to lOOin. to be used witrin 6 months, 3/* per single -column irsb. lOOhi, up to 250in. to be used within la months, 2/6 per single column inch. 250Ldl up to 500in. to be used within 12 months, 1/9 per single column inch. SOOin. up to 1,000m. to t-e used with in 12 months, 1/6 per single column inch. l,000in, or more to be used within 12 months, 1/3 per single column y inch. Leader Page 25 per «ent extra. Births, Up to 5 lines, Tnin-iinnTn 2/6. Each additional line 6d. Deaths, Marriages, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

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THE BIG FOUR LEADER OPENS BUSINESS HERE. Melbourne, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

THE BIG. FOUR LEADER OPENS BUSINESS HEBE. .^ Melbourne, February 1. Speaking at a lunch given by the Melbourne Chamber of Commerce to day, Sir Arthur Duckman, leader of the British Economic Delegation, said he had prolonged Ms stay in- Australia ?\ to set up a branch of his own busi ness here.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

THE GAIETY COMH)Y Off S Announce the Presentation of the * 'Vi EXCITING BRAND-NEW COMEDY ^ 'A PAIR OF SIXES' J ? = ? : ? '' .- ' :-?- ~% TOWN HALL ? , ? 1— Last Week in February ^ .'.'-??? * '^ — . _ _ ^ OHDBN5 WITHOUT -_-^' ff 0 *y» A *BSaSX XOBBim $ Separators and Churns ',' GES OUS LATEST PBICES AND CATALOGUES. * k ? CA&B? OB EAST TEBMB — ' A. W. DOBBIE and Co^ Ltd., 804 Hay Street, PERTH p , v CBOOKS ft BBOOEEB, LTD., LOCAL BEPBESBNT4SXVBL -^ ^ GERALDTON WEEK J LAST DATS LAST DATS 1 ? ? ? -—^ ? — ? ' i TO-NIGHT, TOWN HALL — ? -r- CHILDREN'S BALL ^ (Adults after 10 p.m.) ., TOMORROW! ~ TOMORROW! Jj BEACH -ATTRA-3TIONS +„, ^ OPEN A1E CONCERT IN THE EVENING AT 9 p.m. Services -will^be held in the various Churches as may be read elsewbexs. -f

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The Geraldton Guardian & Express SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1929. NAVAL LIMITATION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

(guardian & -£jcpre$e SATURDAY, FEBBUAEY 2, 1929. NAVAi LIMITATION 'We hare a widcly-seatterod Em pire, the connections of which pass ac ross the oceans. The United States is a compact nation, upon a continent se parated by an ocean from the troubles, passions, hatreds and prejudices of the old world, and is self-supporting, self contained and independent. Between their circumstances and ours there^ is an immense gulf fixed, by which we can measure our naval strength so that the parity which both nations desire may be reached at a level which, will pro duce, not an increase in the armaments of the world, but a reduction.' This lucid summary- of Britain's position with relation to the vexed question of Anglo-American naval parity was made this week by Sir Arthur Cham berlain at a dinner given to the Ame rican ambassador to the court of St. James. It is a model of incisiveness and lucidity, and its logic is irrefrag able. Earlier in the same speech Sir Austen, who can always b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

HANDY FOODS ENGLISH FILLET, KIPPERS, POLONEY, SAVELOYS, GARLIC SAUSAGE, FRITZ COOKED CORN BEEF AND HAM BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE KIA ORA TEA ROOMS WALTER H. WILLCOCKS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

JHM^' & STEEL I ff-V Sure r.-a certain (or atl Female B ' OmW ' . complaints. Evety lady should keep ? ? ? * box in the house. Chemists and Stores ? ? . sell them throughout the world. H X^JProbrirlar; M«rH^Cfc»niit.-'»BflMMBfLF,z. J pEIKTLNG.— Ercry description of printing from a Card to a Poster at the 'Guardian and Express' office. City quality at less than City prices. Keep the iiir-^sy in the town, and in crease its pe^/Cidtion. — Geraldton News papers Limited, 'Guardian' Buildings, 125 i. Marine ; Terrace

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

THE STATE SAVINGS BANK Interest Safes. — 1 per cent on first £500, on excess deposits up to £1,000 3} per cent, and any additional depos its 3 per cent. All lunds invested in the State, pn-- ff»H«g its development You benefit yourself and help tie State by .placing yonr savings in WE9TBALLVS SAVING INSTI TUiTiON. Splendid facilities for depositors visit ing Eastern States or England, deposits and withdrawals may be ef - f ected by post. Write for an Ootback Agency if ns Agency is Available F«ad Office. Hay Street, Pertn %guciefi Bverj-wnere. TJH3UNTAIN Pens. — Best variety and values irf town, including the fam ous Swan. — jeraldton Newspa~^zs Lim ited, 'Guaraian,' Buildings, '125 Mar ine Terrace.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

Kake no mislaHe! ^ Kidney troubles axe o^gb™^^^^ understood, and much atSlljpjP||||| pain and discomfort is cndnicd^s^^H a consequence. The work «lf|flfe^^^ kidneys is to filter the bloody ~ahili||j|9 if they fail lo do so, uric a^ S1^^H other poisonous impurities ^psti1^^! the entire system. That is^wiMg| it is so dangerous to neglect bad|^|i!|i ache, urinar5r disorder. bla^dr^Hs weakness, rhcinnarictwinges,lieajP^^J ichcs, dizziness aud nervousne^sr^^P It is unusual for ail of «jhe»S^^p ;3Tnptoras to 'be present at *m«^^§ lime, but if you are in doubt abt»n$Hfls yourself, j-ou will do' well to «se^^H Doan's Backache Kidney RUs~53§||| Don't risk the development «^*^^ rheumatism, sciatica, lumbagp.^^^ dropsy, gravel, stone, and otWot^^^ results of kidney disorder. Midffle^^^ ;igcd people, especially, slio^ldtai^^^S an occiisionai course of Doan*s ^^l^m keep t!:c kuineysthorougljlya£4iw&. '^B Sold by all Chemists and Stoies.;^ffl Foster-McQellan Co. '-^S Proprietors, Sydney '...

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