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COUNTRY MILLS MAY CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

COUNTBT MILLS MAT CLOSE. Subsequent to the Court proceedings Mr. W. Alcbck (secretary of the Tim ber Merchants' Association) would not discuss any future plans of the mer chants until the Judge has given his ruling on the application before the Court, contenting himself by saying that the merchants were anxious to obtain a ruling that a state of strike* existed. The question of closing 100 eountfy mills will be considered by the Hard wood Millers' Association on Monday.

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SHEFFIELD SHIELD QUEENSLAND v. VICTORIA. Brisbane, February. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

SHEFFIELD SHIELD QUEENSLAND v. VICTOBIA. '\ Brisbane, February 2. This game was commenced yesterday, the following being the scores:,— QUEENSLAND. First Xnnnfgs. ' McCoiube, c Wilkinson, b Ebeling 27 Gough, Lb.w., b Wilkinson ? 9 Thompson, c KUis, b Ironmonger .. 24 O'Connor, Lb.w., b Darling ? fc 76 Nothling, c Ellis, b Gamble ...... 56 Bensted, c Ellis, b Ironmonger .;- 21 Levy, not out ? .'.....«. 96 Peachy, not out ? H. 0 Sundries ? ...^ 20 Total for six wickets 329

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FOURTH TEST CONFIDENT ENGLISH BATTING. VALUABLE OPENING PARTNERSHIP. Adelaide, February 2 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

FOURTH TEST ? ♦. ? CONFIDENT ENGLISH BATTING, * - VALUABLE OPENING PARTNERSHIP. Adelaide, i%bruarv 2 The Fourth Teat Match, of the 1926 29 series opened in Adelaide yesterday. Chapman won tho toss and elected to bat. The reliable opening pair, Hobbs end Sutcliffe were again responsible for giving their team an excellent start and added another to their long Ust of cen tury opening partnerships. The .Aus tralian bowling though of good lengtU, v.ras apt dangerous, and did aot serious ly trouble tho batsmen. ' A huge crowd thronged the ovaL the stanos being full an hour before the start. ? ? Andrews was omitted from the Au» tralicxL team, and Leyland was twelfth o&n for England. The play up .to lunch was of a typic ally vTest match character. Bydei brought into action his full battery of bowlers, and with .each maintaining an excellent length, the scoring was low. Oxenh&m bowled well, and with vari ations of pace the flight kept the bats men quiet. , Ecbbs and Sutcliffe...

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MELBOURNE TRAGEDY SOLUTION LIKELY DETECTIVES' FINE WORK. Melbourne, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

MELBOURNE TRAGEDY SOLUTION LIKELY DETECTIVES' HUE WOEK. Melbourne, February 1. Brilliant work lias so far been done by Detectives F. Milne, J. Madin and A.C. Lee in endeavoring to find a solu tion of the mysterious finding of a bloodstained motor car in Station road, Donnybrook, on Sunday morning last. They quiek'.y st ibl'^h;-i thai the machine belonged 1o L. L. Williams (23), electrician and u;nirac!cr- -/ Goulburn, X.S.W.. and ' liis-.° absezr-3 from the car, together with the blood bespattered on the* car, indicated that there had been foul play. Trails and cross-trails of men calling at houses and hotels within 50 miles of the scene of the mystery had to be untangled by the detectives, who fci the past few days have- worked at high pressure and with little sleep. Madin 's high powered car has been dashing all over the countryside, the culmination of which were developments yesterday and early to-day which may lead to the baffling mystery being clear-ad: up. An Arrest. At Murtoa...

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SHOOTING TRAGEDY. MIDLAND TRAIN SENSATION. PRISONED REMANDED. Perth, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

SHOOTING TRAGEDY. MIDLAND TRAIN . SENSATION. \ PBISONEfr, BEMANDED. Willujm Leslie (22),' labourer, Who is charged with having wilfully mur dered Franz Bettinger (24) in a com partment of the Geraldton to Perth train .on January 18, again appeared in the City Court yesterday. Betting cr died in the Three Springs Hospital on January 22 from a bullet wound in' the groin. On the application of Sergeant Houston Mr. A. B. Kidson, Acting P.M., who' with Mrs. M. Farrelly and Mr. j. Mather, J's.P., was on the bench granted a remand to Three Springs, where the inquest will be opened next Wednesday.

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PRIMARY PRODUCERS CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COUNCIL APPOINTMENT OF ORGANISER. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

PRIMARY PRODUCERS CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COUNCIL APPOmnMENT OF OBGAN1SEB. The General Secretary of the Prim ary Producers' Association (.Mr. H. J. Prater), the Hon. G. A. Kempton, ? the Honi *E. H. Hall, (Senator-Elect E. B. Johnson, and delegates from district branches were present at a Central Provincial Omncil meeting held in the Railway Hotel yesterday afternoon. Mr. W. Patrick, junr., presided in the ab sence of the President (Mr. E. E. Mar tin). The question of stevedoring the pool wheat was discussed, and it was decid ed to awrjit the result of the next jne/ring of the executive, where the nMtter will be dealt with. The emu menace was vigorously com mented upon* and instances of settlers losing up to 400 bags of wheat were mentioned. The council decided to en dorse the action of the Ajana branch and obtain, concrete evidence of the da mage done to individual farmers by . emus. It was decided to invite Mr. Lindsay and other members ,of the Vermin Board to attend a meeting of the P...

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APPLICATION TO THE COURT. Melbourne, Friday 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

APPLICATION TO THE COTJBT. Melbourne, Friday 1. The strike of the timber workers against judge Lukin's affrard was brought officially under the notice of the Commonwealth Arbitration Court to-day. Application was made by the timber merchants for a declaration by the Court that a strike exists in the Indus try. Judge Lukin, who constituted the Court, decided that the Timber Work ers' Union must be given notice of the nature of the application, and to' en able this to be done . he adjourned a further hearing of the application un til 11.30 a.m. to-morrow. The union was not1 officially repre sented, but there were some unionists in Court. .

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TIMBER TRADE TROUBLE WIDE EXTENSION FEARED MORE MEN INVOLVED. Melbourne, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

TIMBER TRADE TROUBLE WIDE EXTENSION FEARED MCEE MEN INVOLVED. Melbourne, February 1. With drastic suddenness the timber trade dispute was extended to-day v. hen the A.C.T.U. withdrew 200 car tcrs, drivers, and enginedrivers cm ploved in the city timber yards be cause the members of the Timber Workers' Union have been dismissed ..because of their refusal to vrork 48 hours a week. It is expected that 400 men will be come involved tor-niorrow. It is prac tically certain that no delivery of timber will be after to-day. , Five bush mills to-day became in volved.

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YACHTING CARNIVAL COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

YACHTING CARNIVAL COMPETITION. (By Thin End), The six starters in Monday morn ing's race for the; trophy presented by the XJeraldton Week. Committee pro vided . an interesting battle and throughout the two rounds the snubs were well ? bunched. In the light' moderate breeze the' boats were des patched off their -respective marks, Salome and Bitza with a two minute allowance being ' the first away. Sowena was given half a minute by the scratch trio which comprised lone, Co-Re and Gaiety. Salome early out distanced her fellow* marker and at the 'first time of passing the jetty had dropped her a . minute. Bowena was sailing finely and had reduced her lee way substantially, but Gaiety showing that she is also a class performer when the air is scarce, was giving a fine ex hibition and making the greatest im pression. The times at the completion of the first round were Salome, 11.1.0, Bowena and Bitzfti 11.2.10, Gaiety 1L2.11, Co-Be 1L2.30 and lone 1L2.32. Gaiety continued the good work in...

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THE KING'S ILLNESS IMPROVEMENT MAINTAINED. PREPARATIONS FOR JOURNEY London, January 31 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

THE KING'S ILLNESS IMPROVEMENT MAIN TAINED. PEEPABATIONS FOB JOUBNEY London, January 3J, It was officially stated to-night that the King's progress is being maintain ,ud. It is expected that ho will go to Bognor on February 7, provided that the weather is favourable- The Qucce spent some hours at Craigwcll House (B^uor) today, completing the prepar ations for the King's reception. Tlr.* doctors strongly ad\ise that his Maj esty, should make the journey by road to avoid the exposure that would he inevitable in changing from his motor car to train. The Queen has also rented a house on the sea-front (at present used as a private hotel) for the accommodation of guests.

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

£465 jM ^ndRerfonnanceoiilijexpededLa V\ JW Careruarty Double the Seniorft-ice. ^\ 5ALES PROVE IT^- YOU TOO CAN PROVE IT ATTHEWHEELTODAV wai OurDeaUr uiqour OUlrUt or uirlteUs ^ ? Sole WJV. DtSTRIBUTORS ' ; Winterbottom Motor Company limited .?????^^iM PERTH ^^HHMi-^

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ROSEHILL MEETING. To-day's Results. MAIDEN TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

ROSEHILL MEETING. [ 4 Today's Besnlts, ? maiden- two-yeab-old ha^fdi : ' '.... -. cap.. = .-. .? : : . ?. {First Division). . . '.' Four -apd three-quarter furlongs. : . PENTHEU8, 8.13 ? 1 ' ? Magwell, 7:13 ? 2 ? * Bed' Dust, tS:7 ? ? 3 ' Betting: 5 to 4* on winner. : . MATOjEN ,TWb-TEAB^)LD HANDI : ': ' .'.' '. ) CAP. . (Second Division). Four ' and three-quarter furlongs. ' ' DANISH PBINCESS, 7.13 . 1 Credit Notej 'S.2 ? 2 Accelerando, 8.3 ? ? 3 THBEE-YEAB-QLD HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. BOSTON, 8.7 ? 1 Mr. Whiz, 7.12 ? ? 2 Flicker, 8.3 ? -..„.,.. 3 Betting: 2 to 1 against winner. . BOSEHILL STAKES. W.f^L. One mile. REONUI, 8.12 ? 1 Lady Constance, 9.5 ? 2 Aorangi, 8.12 ? 3 . FLYING HANDICAP. : -, - Six furlongs. GOLDEN VOICE, 8.12 ? 1 Lord Borneo, 6.12 ? 2 Black Douglas, 7.10 ....... 3 . Betting: 7 to 4 against winner . BOSEHILL HANDICAP. One mile and a quarter. GLEAM BOY, 7.3 .... ? 1 BoIIinger, 8.6 ? 2 Patadawn, 7.0 ? 3 Betting: 10 to 1 against winner. CAfiLIN,GFOBD IDLE. PUFF, 8...

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

PERSONAL i ! Mr. and Mrs. H. Carson left hy last night's train to reside in the metropoli tan, area for some months. Messrs G. A. Kempton, M.L.C., P. Miller, 'and Geoff. Little left for Perth by car last night. . Mr. K. Carson, sub-collector of Cus toms at Geraldton, left by hist night's train to spend three weeks' . holiday with his family at Sooth Perth. : * * * Messrs H. Broad, D. Beaton, P. Coyne and J. Clarke were among- the Yalgoo visitors here for Geraldton Week. * ? ? Messrs Olivier,* Hayter and Jackson left this afternoon by car^for Perth on a pleasure trip. .. ? ? * .. * .:- *? ' ' ????- During a mixed-doubles semi -iinai game in . the tennis tournament on' Thursday, Miss E. Teakle, of Lsseka, unfortunately sustained a badly sprain ed ankle, which necessitated .her re ceiving medical attention. * * . * The Minister for Railways (Mr. J. C. WiUcocki. the Chief Seerotnrv -,Mr. J. M. Drew), who have been attending the Geraldton Week Celebrations, ret urned to Perth by last nig...

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

Bank ^11 AT EVERY POST OFFICE Bl M 4% FOR YOUR SAVINGS 4f§ jj --? .^ — ^.,_^gg|j The VICTORIA Insurance Co.,Ltfl. 1 Tm. QI&&SX A7STRAIZAN OFFICE- Ifctf. ,l!tt* fil 1 F, JOSEPH, LocaiAger.-CHAS. a ^^Sila™^:^^ I CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL CASH. COHSOMlrtl^j GOODWOOD HANDICAP ^911 RUN AT GOODWOOD RACECOURSE, SATURDAY, FEBEDAJOT 23^^ £1750 in Prizes £1759 in. Prize* ^'FISS ??'set *aw ~~ -wkje- -jzmM Obtainable from local Agents or direct from— ^ : /m^S§ -HORACE, J. MBSOBSl-'^^M Box M962, G-P.O£ fierjiL .^ifSfg Applications for Tickets by post must be accompanied tiy tJ^TlteSM uddresse* envelopes. One for Tickets and one for Besults. ' v^lp (PHONE 253 Day and Night) ^^M TERRIHC TIMBER EXPLGsM R. J 0 SEP B|H FURNITURE ARCADE. GERALDTON Has now started a TIMBER YARD, and --va^&B supply JARRAH, OREGON, SHELVING, DOC^^^ WINDOWS, FLOORING BOARDS. Special BA^^M for Truck Lots. Bolts, Nai^ Hinges, Wire Mctfi^f^ Piping 'and Fittings, ?-=*.?'.' _ :;- -J ? '^^f||§i CHEAPEST. IN AU...

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

Genuine New Year Bargains r* box « At OswelTs t™ne * 1 LADIES AND MEN'S DRAPERY ' :'J Voile DRESS LENGTHS, worth, 12/6 Ladies' Fancy APEONS in large I 'Men s BLAZERS, -with assorteS. '^ to clear at 7/11 the dress length. sfces at 3/11 each. i braid facings at 25/- cacb. ¥ . Smart Patterns in Art Silk DEESS {Maids' Fancy Aprons to clear at Men's Sports SHIRTS at T/6 am* LENGTHS; usually 25/-; to clear at 2/1 1 each. ! 10/6 each. , ^* smart spot designs, reduced from 27/0 * „ ,, * ? iJE: urauu, « ^ v ^ ^ to 21/- the dress dength. . MEN'S AND BOYS' DBAPEBY s/6 a*1'1 10'6 caclu ' J J Good quality Cream FUJI SILK at .' Men's Fancy SOCKS in smart 5'*^ '^ 2/6 yard. \ Good value in Men's Fawn and Grey terns at 4/6 pair. i *' Plain and Fancy Fuji SILK in new- Flannel TROUSERS, all sizes at 16/6 j Boys' LLAZERS with assorJeS «fl^ ^ est colours and smartest stripes at and 22/6 pair. j oured cords, all sizes, in stock wnguu ^^; 2/11 yard. Smart patterns and new styles in ! in prices from 10/6 t...

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METROPOLITAN MEMS Perth, February 1. Out-Door Delights [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

METROPOIJTAN MEMS Pcrtn, February 1. Otrt-Door Delights .To-tlay the world and his wife are abroad holiday .waking, most of the trip pcrs having proceeded to the ocean ? beaches- and riverside resorts in -the hope .of getting relief from a heat wave which although not of record intens ity is sufficiently hot to make, life iu the city unpleasant. Temperatures dur ing the last fevv days have been over the DO degree mark but have failed to reach the century, and taking it right through the suuimpr so far has been a mild one. As there will be no more public holidays from now on until Eas ter the most is being made of the pres ent one, and aH descriptions of eport loving people are -'being ' catered for. Cricketers arc likely to gather in barge numbers at the W. A/1A. Ground where the final match of tfao^riangnlar Gilts' contest; wiir~be' resumed. ^Apparently Victoria has a mortgage on this, but by defeating South Australia decisive ly the West Australian lads uplteld the honour of this ...

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PICCADILLY STATION LONDON'S SHOW TUBE ENGINEERING FEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

PICCADILLY STATION LONDON'S SHOW TUBE ENGINEERING FEAT. ? i After nearly four year*1 v/ork tiic ? magnificent tube staticta at PiccadUly as opened by the Mayor of Wcstniin -istcr recently. It has cost over taOO, 000, and is the finest tube station in the world. Behind and below the little hoarding in the centre -jof Piccadilly Circus, which appeared* when Eros vanished, one of. the- greatest engineering feats ia history has-been achieved. ' 'From now passenger . traffic at the new station will be handled at the rate of 50,000,000 people a year-— compare j with 30,000,000 at the old station. From almost any point of the circu^ pedestrians, by means of seven subways may reach the station without crostanij the road. These sub-ways will also provide a safe and comparatively speedy method of getting -from one side of the Circus to the other without risking one's life in the traffic maze The seven sub-ways lead to a gigantic circular booking hall nearly a quarter of a mile in circumfcrene...

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THROUGH THE FIRE. CHAPTER XVI [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

THROUGH THE FIRE. By STEIiA M. DUBUffG Author of 'Love's Privilege,' «*Thc End of the Rainbow,' 'Seedtime and Harvest,' 'The Loom of Life,' etc Copyright CHAPTER XVI He had a strain of weakness in him, most lovable men have, but he ruse su perior to it now. Hilary had put him on his honour and had asked for the truth. She should have it, plain and uncompromising. 'Yes,' he said steadily. She rose and backed away from him. her hands hanging, loosely clasped in front of her, her eyes fall of wonder, horror, blank unbelief, fixed en her f&e. He sprang up and faced her. She should give him all the blame, perhaps contempt, he deserved} but no more. 'Kot the first time,' he t*jld her hoarsely. 'The car — that was a pufe accident.' « 'But the second — the drowning. That was arranged!' 'Yes,' he said again, and flinched before the quick inevitable 'Oh, NciL why? ' For how should he answer her, how explain what to Hilary, would bo unexplainablc? His heart failed him at the very thoug...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

CHURCH SERVICES. Church Of T.ngla.Tirl. The following are the times for the Church of England services to-morrow: — 8 a.m., Holy Communion; 10 a-m., morning prayers and litany; 11 ajn., Holy Communion and sermon; $ -pan., catechism; and 7.30 evening prayer and sermon. Wesley Church. Services will be held at the Geraldton Church 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. tomor row, when the Bev. W. G. Beekie will preach. A Harvest Thanksgiving ser vice will be held at Greenough at 3 o'clock conducted by the Bev. W. G. Reekie. Mr. Johnston will officiate at Bluff Point in the evening when the choir will render an anthem and Miss G. O'Neil will sing a solo. Presbyterian Church. Divine services will be conducted to morrow Sunday) .in St. John's Presby terian Church at 11 a.m. and 7.30 pjn. The preacher will be the Bev. W. G. Kcekie. At the evening service Miss Dick will render a solo, 'Jesu Lover of My Soul' to a special setting with illustrations by the choir. The Kirk Session will constitute at close of t...

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EPSOM MEETING. To-day's Results. TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 2 February 1929

EPSOM MEETING. To-day's Besnlts. TWO-YEAB-OLD HANDICAP. (First Division). Four and a half furlongs. HAUTEUR, 7.4 ? 1 . St. Andrew, 9.10 ? 2 Pop Home, 7.0 ? 3 Betting: 5 to 1 against winner. TWO-YEAB-OLD HANDICAP. (Second Division). - .Four and a half furlongs. XOETH STAR, 7.7 ? 1 Bethany, 8.1 ? 2 Hard SteeL 8.8 ? 3 Betting: 4 to 1 against winner. EPSOM PLATE. Six furlongs. FAIBY HOUSE, 7.7 ? 1 Day Dreamer, 8.0 ......... 2 Myarin, 8.5 ? 3 Betting: 10 to 1 against winner. EPSOM PUBSE. One mile and a half. SPEARLIGHT, 8.5 ? 1 Mahogany, 7.7 ? 2 MannJewa, 7.3 ? r Betting: 7 to 2 against winner. BRUSH STEEPLECHASE. About two mile*. BALBWYN, 9.12 ? 1 Little River, 10.9 ? 2 Pcnquin, 9.2 ? 3 KPSOM HANDICAP. One mile. ADJONG, 8.10 ? 1 Tullius, 8.9 ? 2 Bethanga, 7.7 ? 3 Betting: 10 to 1 against winner. WELTER HANDICAP. IMPARTIAL, 9,10 ? 1 Sugar Gum, 7.7 ? 2 Bonny Bob, 9.8 ? ? 3 Betting: 6 to 4 against winner. . ? V-'-j : -.-:?. 7 - , '''

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