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BANKER'S SUICIDE AFFAIRS DEEPLY INVOLVED. Berlin, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

BANKER'S SUICIDE AFFAIBS DEEPLY INVOLVED. Berlin, January 30. Two of the three banking partners of the celebrated Berlin banking firm of Katz and Wohllicucr committed sui cide when they discovered that their affairs were involved. Harry Boetttcher, the second part ner, shot himself in bed and left a letter accusing the third partner, Max Dukas, of leading him astray on the paths of speculation. As soon as the bank opened the sen ior partner, Ilerr Katz, held a long and heated discussion with Dukas, wbo, as soon, as Katz left the room, shot him self in the mouth. Big German banks have formed a consortium to assist Kate to weather the aitornuV , ; r ,,;??

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COUNTRY RACING SUGGESTED NEW ASSOCIATION PROPOSED BY MLNGENEW CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

COUNTRY RACING SUGGESTED NEW ASSOCIA TION PROPOSED BY MINGEKEW CLUB At a meeting of the MingenewYan danooka Eace Club lield at the Com mercial Hotel, Mingenew, on January 24, Mr. E: A. Field presided. The secretary, Mr. fi. B. Ironside, presented the balance sheet for the Boxing Day meeting, which showed a profit of £1/11/11, against a loss of £2/18/6 for the corresponding meet ing last year, although the stake? had been £20 lower. A letter was received from the sec retary of the Northern Districts Bac ing Association, which stated that a motion had been carried at a meeting of that body recommending that the subsidy for the Breeders' Stakes should gc to the Victoria District Racing Club. Mrl G. Child said there had been a verbal promise on the part of the NJ). E.A. last year that Mingenew should have the Breeders' Stakes. This was the .fourth time it had gone to Gerald ton. Mr. Ironside was appointed to rep resent the Club at a meeting to be held in Ge.raUlton. on the following day...

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DONGARRA BEACH BIG GATHERING ON ANNIVERSARY DAY AQUATIC AND ATHLETIC EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

DONGARRA BEACH BIG GATHERING ON AN NIVERSARY DAY AQUATIC AND ATHLETIC EVENTS There was an exceptionally large attendance of visitors to experience the delights of Dongarra beach for the week end preceding the Anniver sary Day holiday, and for the holiday itself. Geraldton contributed its quota, as did practically every town on the Midland Bailway as far down as Mooia. There were even Perth and Northam visitors. The beach is also popular with residents from Mnllewa to Perenjori, and many cars were not ed from those districts. The beach committee had deferred holding their annual sports meeting, which is usu ally held during the New Year holi days, to allow farmers who had been delayed by unsuitable weather for stripping, to attend, and the crowd in evidence proved that its action was fully justified. It is probable feat the event will now beeome a fixture for Anniversary Day. Aquatic sports aie of course the leading feature at a seaside resort, and at one time a wave of regret swept ...

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TENNIS TOURNAMENT. TO-DAY'S GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

TENNIS TOURNAMENT. TO-DAY'S GAMES. The following are results of further matches in the tennis tournament, in connection with Geraldton Week. Iffen's fp1nTnp^'t'^1**r Singles. Final: Jones beat Smith, 6-4, 6-0. Men's championship Doubles. Simkin and Simian beat Smith and Turnbull, in the final, 6-4, 6-5. Men's Handicap Singles. . ? Simkin and Simkin beat Jones and Jackson, 6-2, 6-5. Mixed Doubles C^^inpf nnrihtp . Miss Watterson 'and Smith beat Miss Nelson and Olivier, 2-6, 6-2, 6-4. Mixed Doubles Handicap. Final: — Mrs. Jackson and Jackson beat Miss Jackson and Jones, 6-3, 6-4.

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WOMEN DECEIVED MAN'S CALLOUS CONDUCT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

WOMEN DECEIVED ^ MAN'S CALLOUS COSDUCI. H^ Describing his conduct as most ??;ea£&|§|| lous aud contrary to all good inora^g^H the chairman of Petty Sesaons^rtiPllB Canterbury (England) recently senfcea^||j| ccd Kogcr George Hutton, of E^^M Uoad, Xorw-jch, to six months' iui^S^H labour ou a charge of ;-obfaiaiBg-j^Jgi|i from Amy Louise Claridge, «tf We^l^B Cliff lioad, Whitstablc ( says the ^|j«n§lijl don 'Sunday News'). HnttoH, it wm;^S stated, lodged at Miss Claridgc's honfieif||i§ proposed to her, and on fte '.^^^3| the banns were published inuMeai^H her to advance -him the mosey mj^^^9 pretext that he had obtained a Job; ^^^ commercial traveller and had *o-^^^ffl posit that amount. He vent straigiUrsi^S away and married another wwnaa;:^S:'-^^g the register office. ^1^^^ Hutton wss also scnteneeAjJbp^^^^H month, to run coneurreafir., &rstt^B^^B

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AMUSEMENTS. To-night's Programme [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

AMUSEMENTS. To-night's Programme L 'Phyllis of the Follies (Alice Day and Matt Moore). 2. Gazettes. 3. The Dainty Dela vales, presenting 'Memories of Balaklava.' y 4. 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes' {Buth Taylor and Ford Sterling) 'The Gay Defender' In 1850 when native Californians were fighting the rush of gold-seekers, when the strumming of guitars was in terrupted by pistol shots, a languid, fun-loving, aristocratic youth turns into a terrorising, night-riding Robin Hood. See Bichard Dix and Thelma Todd in 'The Gay Defender,' screening on Monday only. 'Beware of Married Hen' 'Beware of Married Men,' starring Irene Bich, is the Warner Bros, feature screening on Monday. Miss Bich is cast as a lady who manages not only her own heart but that of her flapper sister. 'The Haunted House.' You'll lose your breath when you catch a glimpse of .the weirdest charac ters ever assembled in any 'Haunted House,' screening with Chester Con klin on Tuesday. Charlie Murray in Comedy. You don't know whet...

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THE COST OF WAR BRITISH REPLY TO U.S. PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

THE COST OF WAR BRITISH REPLY TO U.S. PRESIDENT Mr. B. H. Brand, a director of liloyds Bank and partner in the firm of Lazard Bros., in the letter to the London 'Times,' replying to Presi dent Coolidge's recent speeeh, sets out in proper perspective the cost of the war to Great Britain and to thp United States. Mr. Brand was, during the war for some time deputy-chairman of.; the British Mission in Washington. He was -also financial adviser at the' Su preme ^Economic ^.Council' during the Peace iDonf erence. His wife is Ame rican. ! Mr .Coolidge gave American net war costs, after allowing for foreign debt expectations, at about £7,300,000,000, and the probable final, cost as' run ning 'well towards £20,000,000,000, or half the entire wealth of the country when America entered the conflict.' A Bad Estimate. Mr. Brand says the costs to the U.S.A. Government and the losses or profits of the American nation :ieed to be distinguished. The expenditure of the JJnited States Treasury does no...

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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

state Shipping service m.v. KOOLINDA Will leave Fremantle for all Ports to Darwin on SATURDAY^ FEBRUARY 3, 1829 For Freight or -Passage apply — FBANK GREEN & CO. AGENTS. m.v. CENTAUR Will leave GEEALDTON for Carnar von, Onslow, Cossack Eoads, Pt. Hedland, Broome, Derby, Java and Singapore on — * MONDAY, FBBBDABY 18, 1929 (CircumstaneoB Permitting) Passengers and cargo accepted (for above ports, __ , DALGETY' & COMPANY LIMITED, Agents. Burns, Philp & Co., Ltd. GEEALDTON AGENTS FOE: Shipping The A.U.S.N. Co. Ltd., The Adelaide S.S. Co. Ltd., The Melbourne B.S. Co. Ltd., Mcllwraith McEacharn & Co. Ltd., Messageries Maritim.es Co., P. & O. Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. Insurance — Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd., (Fire *.^d Marine, Accident and Livestock) Australian Mutual Provident Society (Life Insurance), Lloyds, London. EYESTRAIN causes HEADACHES Consult — ERNEST F. MARCHANT THE QUALIFIED OPTICIAN Marine-terrace ? Geraldtoo (over Murdoch's Pharmacy...

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

Among nourishing, health giving dishes, there is none 5f| more deliciour, or more beneficial than FOSTER * || CLARK'S CUSTARD served with stewed faut. _ -| The addition of FOSTER CLARK'S CUSTARD - 1 to a dish of fruit provides just that nourishment die ~J fruit lacks, and. makes it welcomed by even the most ~~i delicate digestions. ? 5 a-28 . v/iistctrci ^ j GOfcDSBROUGH, MORll and COMPANY LIMITED |.| PERTH. ill |J nr/\f\f For efficient service and highest possible prices : ^fgj WUULi consign your Wool to our New Wool Warehouse, '?3§fi SKINS Fremantle. , ^ *i*M?C Auction SaJos at Fremantle every Friday. ^gll Eullbw Full market rates and prompt returns. ^fti TAI-I AW Write for Addressed Labels. Consignments to 2SM 1AUAJTW Fremantle. Wm j~ Jags GT*\fV Regular sales in Metropolitan and Country Max- l^ffl ~ OlOvtV kets. Excellent Accommodation paddocftfc at «*^*| Midland Junction. - M. 1~5^ CTim CTArP Ful1 particulars supplied of leading Studs ia ^*§ii i3 1 Ull *J 1 ULtV Western Austral...

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

I N1CH0L SONS LTD W SERVICE BRANCH: GERALDTON THE WORLD FAMOUS I GULBRANSEN REGISTERING PIANO * ' ? BRINGS JOY TO YOUR HOME *? Why Deny Yourself Good Music? ' IT IS SO EASY TO PLAY AND PAY FOE A GULBRANSEN I There is now no reason. why anyone should enjoy ? not enjoy the thrill of musical self-expression. The * Gulbransen Registering Piano has made it possible for everyone to play with their own touch, time and expression, by means of roll and pedals, while our ',. .- easy system of payments makes it possible for jj . ' '' : ? everyone to own a Gulbransen. '?''?'.; IT IS THE ONLY INSTRUMENT OF ITS KIND IN THE WORLD CHAS. LUPP ? - ? District Representative Frigidaire Refrigerators for FOR EVERY HOME DELCO LIGHTING PLANTS Every Purpose i COBNSACKS, WINDMILLS, PLOU GHS, TWIN CITY TBACTOBS. HUME SEPTIC TANKS and REINFORCED TROUGHS. All Classes of Fire and Marine Insurance. Colonial Mutual Life Insurance Society LftL J. E. PEARSON COMPANY P.O. Box 6. GERALDTON'. Telephone 82. i, ?? ? ? ....

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DARKEST ENGLAND HOW THE MINERS LIVE PRINCE'S HISTORIC TOUR APPALLING REVELATIONS London, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

DARKEST ENGLAND . ? ♦ ',? HOW THE MINERS UVE* PRINCE'S HISTORIC TOUR APPALLING REVELATIONS London, January 30. The Prince of Wales, persisting in his intention to 'see the Avoret, ' continued' to tour darkest England to-day, wit nessing, poverty more appalling eveu than he saw yesterday. He was no longer. the smiling Prince. who won the hearts of people through out the Empire by his sunny disposition, but mud-splashed, weary, and obviously distressed by the continual gloom of his surroundings. The Prince was deeply touched by the repeated tales of woe. Onca whe^ he reached Wapping-squarc, Benton. where large families . . arc living in :wenty-four tiny hovels, which have al ready been condemned as unfit for hu man habitation and arc now surrounded by a quagmire, the P.rince involuntar ily ejaculatedy ** Isn 't it ghastly. ' ' Ifo more intimate indication- of his thoughts and impressions would be possible. Wading Through Mod The Prince tucked up his trousers and waded ankle-deep in gr...

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NO ALTERNATIVE DISTRESS MUST BE RELIEVED EFFECT OF PRINCE'S TOUR London, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

NO ALTERNATIVE DISTRESS MUST BE RE LIEVED srrECT or pbince's totjb London, February 1. The revelations of the Prince's visit to the- -coalfields are causing people throughout England to ask what will happen next, recognising that the na tion has no alternative but immediately to further assist distressed people. Considerable interest is shown in American newspapers, and comments re ceived in England show the visit has very deeply1 impressed the United States. The New York 'Times' in a leader, expresses the opinion that it will at tract world-wide attention, and will cer tainly bring in large contributions. It is hoped this relief will only be tempor ary. The problem can only be solved if at all, by the economist. And what the economist cannot do, the Prince cannot do, but he is doing now, what no economist could do. The 'Evening World' says: 'If the Prince went of his own accord, he hate the stuff of which great rulers are made.

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DONGARRA DANCE DELIGHTED VISITORS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

DONGARRA DANCE DBLXGHXSS VTBITOBts The Dongarra Hall was packed on Monday last with a crowd of 'visitors from all quarters of the State, who greatly enjoyed the dance arranged for them by the members of the Beach Committee. Everybody remarked up on the excellence of the music: Miss Downes at the piano having the assist ance of Messrs L. S. Lloyd, F. Arndt, H. Whitton and C. Hogan, of the Three Springs orchestra, , who volun teered their services for the occasion, which were greatly appreciated by the committee. The' four gentlemen also gave a recital on the beach on Sunday evening, which was much enjoyed. Mr. A. Criddle officiated as M.C. Among the dancers and spectator? were noted: Mrs. E. ClarkBon, Mrs. J. Clarkson, Mr. and Mrs. Foster dark son, Mrs. Gooch and Miss Vance, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. Flana gan, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson, Mrs. €ant, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson, Mrs. Herbert and Miss Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Ironside, Mrs. and Miss Howard, Mr. and Mrs. C. Downe...

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COUNTRY CRICKET COOROW DISTRICT ASSOCIATION WADDY v MARCHAGEE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

COUNTRY CRICKET COOROW DISTRICT ASSO CIATION / WADDY v MABCHAGEE A match between the above teams was played on January 27, Marchagee again obtaining a two point win in a most exciting game. A. Bowley pull ed the game out of the fire by a bril liant 35 not ont. The ttTaddy fielding was exceptionally keen. Scores: — WADDY. T. Morcombe, b W. O'Hero . ... 25 Guy Greenwood, c O. Vanzetti, b W. O'Hern ? :r--- 1X J. Harley, b W. O'Hern ? © A. Jones, b W. O'Hern ? .*..- 0 EL Greenwood, b G. O'Hern ? 11 V. McMullen, c J. O'Hern, b A. Bfcwley ? ? ? 24 -j. N. Greenwood, not out ? 25 G. Folland, b G. O'Hern ? 1 B. Lampard, b G. O'Hern ? 5 B. Hunt, b H. Bobertaon ? 1 K. Morcombe, run out ? 5 Total ' 10S Bowling: X7. O'Hern, 4 for 24; A. Rowley, 1 for 29; G. O'Hern, 3 for 20; J. Morton, nil for 8; H. Eobertson, 1 for 5; A. Ferguson, nil for 20. MABCHAGEE. O. Bandell, « J. Harley, b Guy Greenwood ? 25 J. W. Morton, c K, Morcombe, b A. Jones ? 4 W. O'Hern, c B. Lampard, b T. Morcomjbe ? 13 A. Fergu...

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GERALDTON WEEK. SWIMMING CARNIVAL. ALLEN WINS CENTENARY HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

GERALDTON WEEK. * SWIMMING CARNIVAL. ALLEN WINS CENTENABY HANDICAP. With Iftags flying in the breeze anfl white yacht sails lending anima tion to the blue waters of the harbour, the swimming carnival this afternoon was a popular success. Though the temperature was some what high a breeze lelieved the at mosphere and clouds obscured the full blaze of the sun mating things bear able for those on the beach and es planade, while those in the water needed no amelioration. Appended are the results of the various events: — Boy's Under 14.— L. Blake, (4) 1; E; Blake, (1) 2. . , Boy's Under 17.— Chaney, (2) 1; S. Pond, (scr.) 2. . Girl's Under 14.— Miss Valentine; (7) 1; Miss Elliott, (7) 2; Miss B. Marsh, (5) 3. Centenary Handicap (100 yards.) — T. Allen,- (4) 1; T. Brady, -9) 2? Garratt, (4) 3. Ladies' Eace.j— Miss Lynch, (9) 1; Miss Worthington, (ecr.) 2; 'Miss Nelson, (scr.) 3. ? , . Breast Stroke.-1^. Garratt 1; C Kemptoa, 2; T. Brady 3. 'Visitors T Bace.— J. Conway. Pair's Belay Eace.—...

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BUSH FIRES. N.S.W. OUTBREAKS. HEAVY LOSSES. Sydney, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

BUSH FIRES. H.&.W. OUTBREAKS. HEAVY LOSSEo. ? ' Sydney, February 1. Most of the fires which have been sweeping over grass and scrub lands in the country in the last few days have died down. The most serious fire re ported to-day was in the Singleton dis trict ,where 7,000 acres of grass, many miles of fencing, and outbuildings at homesteads have been burned. There is an extensive fire in the Warrumbun gle Mountains, near Coonabarabran. Grass paddocks have been left bare, and more than LO00 acres of grass, a wool shed, and a stack of hay were de stroyed on the property of Mr. Thomas Bosewarne, near Cowra. The loss is estimated at £2,000. e

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SALVATION ARMY GENERAL BOOTH'S SECOND OFFER. London, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

SALVATION ARMY 1 ? » ra GENERAL BOOTH'S SECOND f OFFER. | London, February 1. The 'Daily Express' understands that General Bramwell Booth has sent a letter to the High Council of the Sal vation Army, making a second offer as. a solution of the existing leadership crisis. Th£ terms are at present not disclosed, but the letter has been sent for publication to the 'War Cry.' The position at present is that the High Council, having passed a resolu tion to depose. General Booth, on the grounds that he is physically unfit to carry the burdens of leadership, is re strained by an injunction of the High Court from acting on the resolution and appointing a successor, until Gen eral Booth has ben heard in his own de fence. .

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LOCAL CRICKET. TOWN V. COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

LOCAL CRICKET. - ?» — ' ? ? TOWN V- COUMTBY. At the Becreation Ground, Geraldton, A. and B. teams met 'Upper Chapman and Moonyoonooka teams respectively. Details:— ? * , , GERALDTON A V. UPPER CHAP MAN.- ?' Geraldton. First Innings ? . ?. . . .' 265 GEB ALDTON B V. MOONYOON OOKA. Moonyoonooka. First Innings ? 158

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POSITION IN ADELAIDE. EXTENSION ON MONDAY. Adelaide, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

POSITION IN ADELAIDE. EXTENSION ON MONDAY. Adelaide, February 1. The timber strike position is un-. changed. -Employers have notified the men by advertisement that if they failed to return to-day other labour would be' sought. The employers held a meeting this morning and adjourned till to-morrow. No statement was' made available. - The Disputes Committee meets af the Trades Hall late this afternoon and a mass meeting of . the timber workers will take place to-night. ' The acute depression at Port Ade laide is likely to be increased on Mon day, by drivers who cart timber from the wharves being rendered idle.

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