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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

THE BIG STORE (Frank Green & Son) GERALDTON (Telephones 123 and 124) For all Your Requirements Service and Keen Prices Kl'LL STOCKS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS THE BIG STORE v^ rank Green & Son) GERALDTON (Telephones 123 and 124.1 The I'niversal Providers for Hie District FVU. STOCKS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

W |u-©ob,f hat wgs 9^- j a close shave Jorf6eefaesfs&aveofyow/r/e umam0s the father stays motsffoxger VS. 37. 34.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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SUNRISE AND SUNSET FIGURES FOR APRIL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

SUNRISE AND SUNSET ? ^p FIGURES FOR APRIL Day Rise Set Day Rise Set 1 G.31 0.20 ! 10 0.31.1 0.3 2 6.31 (5.19 | 17 0.44) O.'J 3 -i.32 fi.TS | -IS C.40 0.1 4 C.33 (-.17 j j:) 0.41 -U- 5 0.53 -G.I 5 j 20 C.41 ' n.o'.i 0 0.34 0.14 1 21 0.42 5.5S 7 C.3-1 0.13 | 22 G.42 5.57 S 0.35 6.12 j 23 0.43 5.56 9 iiM 0.11 j 24 C.44 r-.:»3 10 6.30 6.10 ! 2.1 6.44 5.r»r. 11 0.37 6.9 j 26 6.45 5.5-J 12 0.37 6.S- j 27 0.46 5.ti3 13 0.38 6.7 I 2? 0.47 5.n2 14 6.3S 6.(1 ! 29 0.48 5.51 13 (5.31) 6.5 | 30 0.4S 5.50

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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PHASES OF THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

I'UASES OF THE SIOON Last Quarter. A;»ril 1st : New Moon, April iJth; First .Qr.artur, April 17th: Full Moon, April 23rd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

Obtain Freedom from Coughs J Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure i

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Australian Test Team Bright London Reception PLAYERS ACTIVITIES London. April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

Australian Test Team Bright London Reception PLAYERS ACTIVITIES London. Aitril 17. The arrival of the Australian Test team yesterday morning ushered in Itritain's greatest year of sport. Lou don, in a bright spring mantle, wel comed them. So did a crowd of young, middle-aged and old cricket enthusiasts, who srnrhered at Piccadilly Hotel to l^tvet the tourists. After lunch Ilassett and Ian John son flayed squash. The manager (Mr. Keitli Johnsr.n) took Harvey and Tos back to a West Knd theatre last nighr. Hassett and Johnson weut r-- a show at the Princess Theatre where rbo man ager entertained them and took lhe;u backstage to meet tfte stars and -asr.

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Alabama Kid Deported Farewell to Family A CROWDED WHARF Sydney, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

Alabama Kid Deportee! ? o. ? Farewell to Family \ A CROWDED WHARF | i Svdnev. April 17. ! The Negro b--Acr. 'Alabama Kid' (Claren.-v Colin Reeves), who was' (l('!-(irtcd yesterday, nearly sailed in the MariL1'4 Plu «»uix without saying goi'd-hyc to bis family. His Australian wife and their two children were .jam med in a milling crowd of about 1!.-KIO omsidc the ulrirf irates and could nor gel v- where l!(i'\'cs was waiting in the Cusii.ins --ifi----. They were finally localeU by a baggage jwrler and w-*r«! taken to lle«»ves. who was guarded by I a pi si ice scM'geaut an-I :iu iiuuiigratioii ! - Ilicer. The family was together for about twenty minutes before Keeves whs taken aboard.

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Poultry Fatality Metropolitan Visitation A FOX SUSPECTED Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

Poultry Fatality Metropolitan Visitation A FOX SUSPECTED Perth, This Afternoon. A reddish colored animal, believed to !k- a fox, ran amuck in an Ingle wund poultry run last night, killing ten fowls ' belonging to panelbeater Joseph Watsou, of Tenth Avenue. Mr. Watson was called to his poultry run by a neighbour and was in time tu sec the animal dash on to the street Ten of his seventeen black orpiugtons had had their throats bitten and their livers torn otrt. One had both legs torn off. Mr. Wai son intends to either eat or sell tlt-- remaining seven fowls ami does not intend to raise any more.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

Dowie's Drapery ji Tel. 91 — MARINE TERRACE, GERALDTON — TeL 91 j; I . . ? :i $ Men's Jungle Green Two-Pocket Work Shir Is— Dowie's J; ;! Price, 1 3/9 each (two coupons) «! ji Men's fleecy-Lmed Short Sleeve Singlets and Long Under- j |l pants in sizes 36 to 44— -Dowie's Price, from 5/6 each j; J; (no coupons) ,-; ;| ?I Men's All-Wool Heavy Knitted Working Socks— Dowie's I; ;| Price, 4/1 per pair (no coupons) ;! ;! Boys* Dark Grey Rubber Raincoats, assorted sizes — !; I Dowie's Price, 13/9 each (no coupons) | Men's Navy Waterproof Overcoats in sizes 3 to 7 — ;i Dowie's Price, 75/- each (eleven coupons) j; Boys* Skull Caps in navy, brown and grey — Dowie's j! Price, 3/2 each (no coupons) j Ladies* Colored Waterproof Golf Jackets, assorted sizes ;| —Dowie's Price, 30/- each (no coupons) ? j Ladies' Colored Braemac Waterproof Overcoats, assorted ; , sizes — Dowie's Price, 46/1 1 each (no coupons) j| ! I Single Bed Colored Cotton Blankets — Dowie's Price, 6/11 ; j I each (no coupons) j j...

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General MacArthur Australian Visit Promised CHIFLEY'S INVITATION Tokio, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

General MacArtlmr Australian Visit Promised CHIFLEY'S INVITATION Tokio, April 17. When his job in Japan is finished General MacArrhur will without fail accept the invitation of the Prime Min ister (Mr. Chifiey) to visit Australia and 'that as John Currin used to say. 'is fair dinktuii.' *' he said. I He told this to the Australian Mis I stoii investigating allegations-of imiuor I ality and black marketing in Japan when he received the members yester day.

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Infantile Paralysis Cases in the Metropolis "NO CAUSE FOR ALARM' Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

Infantile Paralysis Cases in the Metropolis 'NO CAUSE FQR ALARM' Perth, This Afternoon. Infantile paralysis cases in the met ropolitau area have increased sharply in tiie past few weeks, but the Minister for Health (Mr. A. V. R. Abbott) warns agaiust a scare. 'There is no cause for alarm,'' he said. He expected the incidence of the disease to drop during winter — Infan- tile paralysis is mostly a suinuwr threat. Should any emergency state arise, however, the Public Health Depamnent has already planned combative mea sures and has taken preliminary steps to cope with any epidemic. These, early measures were taken on the principle that to be forewarned is to be fore armed. The Public Health Department wants to avoid a repetition of the ex periences of South Australia and New Zealand with the disease. Several infantile paralysis cases are under treatmeut at the infectious I diseases branch of the Royal Perth 1 Hospital and more cases are expected there.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Lighting in Bunbury Overloading of the Plant A MAYORAL APPEAL Bunbury, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

Lighting in Bunbury Overloading of the Plant A MAYORAL APPEAL lUmburv, This Afternoon. The Mayor of JUmbury (Mr. P. C. Payne) spent most of yesterday tele phoning householders in the town ask ing them to cut down their consumption of electricity. As well appeals 10 the same' effect were personally delivered to householders. This unusual course wjis taken because of an electricity fail ure during the week, which 'was due, Mr. Payne said, to continuous overload ing of the powerhouse plant. Three new units, which, had been ordered from England to improve the plant, had been delayed in transit, be said. Two of these units were expect ed to leave England this month and should be ready for use a month after Mr. p'fl^AsaM that the public bad been most co^&aatj** in cutting down electricity consuTn\l^fc*)ut even with this it was douhtfiiTVPfo winter c.uthl be got through without further trouble.

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Japanese Atrocity Rear-Admiral Executed CIVILIANS MURDERED Melbourne, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

Japanese Atrocity Rear-Admiral Executed CIVILIANS MURDERED .Melbourne, April 17. For the diabolical murder of thirty two civilians, including twenty-three Australians al Kavieng (New Ireland) in March, W44, a Japanese Kear Adiiiirul has been banged. Five of his subordinates have been sentenced lo a total of lifty-oight years' imprisonment. The Japanese claimed that the vic tims bad' been in a transport sunk by allitnl action, but investigations proved that Japanese sailors had strangled them in tuni with a wire noose, weight ed their bodies- with cement sinkers and damped them in deep water. The sentencing of the criminals has brought to an end two years' investiga tion by Australian war crimes authori ties. It was their most diflictilt case. Hanged was Hear-Admiral Hyukichi Tnmura.

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MURCHISON RIVER CAMP [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

MURCHISON RIVER CAMP j Passengers to the Murchison River j fishing wmn this week were as fol i lows : — Messrs. C. G. Knight, L. Dodde mead aiid K. Ure ? ? ? ? /

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CARNARVON CAR SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

1 ^ ? : ? t |C\ARNARVON CAR SERVICE \The following passengers travelled iro,m Carnarvon by the GeraldtonCar luirvon Taxi Service yesterday: — Mes- dames S. E. S. Conroy and Chong Wee and TJLss A. Anderson.

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Resolute Deserters Jump From Moving Liner SCENE AT QUAYSIDE Sydney, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

Resolute Deserters Jump From Moving Liner SCENE AT QUAYSIDE Sydney, April 17. j Two seamen deserted from the liner j Marine Phoenix as she drew away ; from Circular Quay yesterday on hen- I last trip to San Francisco. The men 1 .tumped off the rising gangway as the ! ship was leaving the wharf. The Mar ino Phoenix drew nlonssirie asrjijn l»nf the men refused to return and the ship sailed ten iniutes later. Immigration . authorities said that one of these men. with four other mem bers of the crew, joined the ship by launch before she cleared the Heads. Four others were still missing.

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Fighting is Palestine Jews Take the Offensive ARAB HOLD BROKEN Jerusalem, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

Fighting k Palestine ? « ? Jews Take the Offensive ' ARAB HOLD BROKEN Jerusalem. April 17. It is estimated thai ](»,00u Jewish tnu.ps throughout Palestine have taken the offensive to break the Aral* strangle hold on road coiunnuncations. In a week they have achieved considerable success. The Arabs have lost territory, men and prestige in :i series of Jewish night attacks into strategic, villages. The Jews won the first phase of the battle of the western approaches to Jerusalem, by driving the Arabs from commanding positions on the main road connecting Jowsaleui with the coastul plain.

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District Stock Fixtures Sale at Northampton A GOOD CLEARANCE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

District Stock Fixtures , ? «. ? ? Sale at Northampton A GOOD CLEARANCE Messrs. Elder, Smith & Company IJmited report having conducted a very satisfactory sale at Northampton on Thursday iast with an excellent yard ing of sheep for which there was strong competition from district and other buyers. A feature of the sale was a nen of Pemrin blood Merino ewes bred by and offered on behalf of Mr. D. .1. Teakle, of Isseka, these being much admired for evenness, growth and bulk of wool. Notwithstanding the fact that they were unniated, these sheep realised 51/- after some animated bidding, the purchaser being Mr. K. L. Ash, of Northampton. A number of good farm workers together with several pens of dairy cattle and two pens of fat cattle were submitted to auction,' and even though competition for these lines was not strong a good clearance was effect ed. Approximately eight hundred sheep, nineteen head of cattle and ten horses comprised the yarding, the whole of which was sold wit...

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Formation of No. 25 "City of Perth" Squadron [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

Formation of No. 25 'City of Perth' Squadron When details of the formation oil iour Citizen *Air Force Squadrons were recently announced, the Minister f«»i Air and Civil Aviation (ilr. Drake-, ford) said that Xo. 23 'Ciry of Penh' Squadron, wrjuld be formed at IVarce. during this month. The squadron, manned by approximately 40 per ceni. '~^ Pernianent Air Force personnel mul . 00 per cent, part-time Citizen Air Force volunteers, will be equipped initially with Mustangs and at a later dale with Australian-built Vampire jet-driven aircraft. 'This is an important step in 'the re-establishment of the nation's peace time Air Force,' said Mr. Drakeford, 'for every Australian will remember the tremendous value of the Citizen Air Force Squadrons to the 1J.A.A.F. im mediately following the outbreak of hostilities in 1939.' The Minister stated further that the -Citizen Air Force Squadrons will again be the means of providing Australia with a team of fully trained pilots capable -jf taking par...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

WINTEFsPORTSli NOW IS THE TIME TO OBTAIN SUPPLIES OF YOUR J WINTER SPORTING EQUIPMENT J Golf Clubs ! Golf Clubs ! Golf Clubs ! 55/3 _ ? .Men's East Bros. ? 55/3 \ 48/ ? Ladies' East Bros. ? 48/- Pre-War Steel Shaft, to be cleared at 29/6 each Pre-War Hickory Shaft, to be cleared at 12/6 each I | Golf Balls ! Goif Bails ! Golf Bails ! | 3/i ? Dunlop Federal ? 3/1 J j !; 3/6 ? Slazenger Hy-Power ? 3/6 V ! ?I 3/6 ? Spaiding Pai* ? 3/6 j I; 3/10 ? : Spaiding Kro-FHte ? 3/10 ;! 3/10 — = ? Slazenger Tournament ? 3/10 I; 3/10 ? Slazenger Challenge ? 3/10 j I HOCKEY STICKS ! HOCKEY STICKS ! i 25/6 ? — 'Innocent' ? 25/6 \ \ 32/3 ? 'Sunbeam' ? 32/3 \ ;; 38/9 ? 'Northland' ? 38/9 j BALLS! BALLS! BALLS \\ i 3/3 — ? Composition ? : ? 3/3 £ ; ]]/6 ? Leather 'Bat' ? U/6 ^ j; DARTS! DARTS! DARTS! \ ;? *'Qwiz' Lightweight Darts in sets of three at 6/2 per set $ ;! 'Tex' Mediumweight Darts in sets of three at 9/6 per set ^1 I; Double-Sided Wound Paper Dart Board with Wire Lines. ?; S -;; .42/3 each \...

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