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In Canberra Today [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

[?] FROM OUR COLUMNIST IN PARLIAMENT HOUSE European shadows and dutihrs about 1 niore storms in Asia are shot fhroiijrli sill debates'in I he Hmiis»- -if Ki-pr«-si'iita- tivps. Coiuniunisin's 4-liaIleimc !-» ' «lt-TiiHiera--y aif ov»-r the world was ih«' i l^eruel of the re«vnt tonsure morion l»y ! the Opposition. j It failed to make «ny iuipart on Par rament's -*oiilidence in the Cliitioy Cuv c;rnuieut wliu-h was rc'jrisUMvd l»y :i forty to twenty-seven vote, hut if pro voked Ministers into making inieri:.-*:- \ ing self-revelatioas. It creatwl :i tense | atmosphere, for the warning of a drift j to war issued by External Affairw Minister i)(«*. Evatt which 'followed i lie Government's defeat of the Liberal - Country Party censure motion. j Australian (ioveriunect p-iiicy enunci ated by the Prime Minister lien Chif Jt'y and Evatt (who arrive»l from the , High Court far more vigorous in speeHi thai'i usual) came under three ltea-i-.: — First, there will be no repression inside Austra...

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

[?] PERTH-GERALDTON Week-Days Except Thursdays Depart Penh at 7 a.m. and arrive Geiv ' a Id ton at C.20 p.m. Week-Days Except Fridays Depart Geraldton ar 7 a.m. aud arrive 1'erth at fi.2U p.ni. STARTING POINTS: Merth — St. tJeorge's Terrace, opposite old «;j\O. liuildin^. (?i-iaidiou — Duriacher Street (sea end). Owing to limited accommodation on omnibuses, £ia.-^engtj*s are requested, whore possible to book seats in advance. KOlt BOOKINGS AND INFCUAIA TiOA' Ai*l*LY TO ji'orih Agents— rlteain Transport L.ini : ited, 44 Mount's Hay Road, -;«raldt--n Agents — Geraldtou Tourist ; Jiuiv.au. 113 Marine Terrace, Geraldton Al.tu ALL STATION MASTERS ! Advertisement of Tlie Midland Railway : Company of Western Australia Limited ! (Incorporated in England) r West Australian Government ! Railways j ENGINE CLEANRII8 j \TAGAKCIISS exist in the Western '? Australian Government Railways Cor Engine Cleaners; tninimuui age 17$ years aud maximum age. twenty-five ! i'JTi) years last birUiday; height n...

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Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Headquarters WIN FOR WOODLARK [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

Metropolitan Racing ? *» ? Meeting at Headquarters WIN FOR WOODLARK The Swan Handicap, the chief race - 11 the prograuune of the meeting con 'U:cted at headquarters this afternoon, !-y the Western Australian Turf Club was won by Woo-llark. Details of the various events are as follows: — PICKKKINd HANDICAP About six furlong.; Kareme. 7..'- (McCloudj ... 1 (Jay I ierctte, 7.4 (-;. Davics) 'J Hobby Hetel, 7.0 ((iaiimiil 3 Other starters: Dhotette DM. Gov -rn--xs S.il, Jdhiir 8.«. San (Jey S.7, K.ffi I.alkan 8.1, Canieison 7.12. Lord i Mylo 7.-i, I-u!(-tine 7.H. l'rin--ess Jane j 7.J5, Rank Sore 7.1, Frivolous Son 7.0, [ -;ol(] Moth 7.0. .Sr. (Slory 7A-. I letting: -! to 1 against, tiie winner. Dividends: U/(i, H5/-5- -VJHAi. CAI1MKL MA?DEN Al«;ut six furlongs Aj-rosaii. 7.!) (Ay res j . . . . 1 -)rai-};-. !).O (II. Treff.me) .. 2 Hi-i-- Dome; 8.2 (McCloud) . 3 -Hher starters: Jayiand 8.10. Draw bridge «.i-. Cay Grssip 8.5 », Panto Belle. S.7, Chinki 8.7, Wilmare S.-5, Clarion S..\ Lady...

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Gloom and Pessimism U.N. ELECTION SURPRISES Lake Success, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

Gloom and Pessimism U.N. ELECTION SURPRISES Lake Success, April 1*-. ' The Zionist Leader (L'hiaiu WViz lnann) last ni.^ht warned tin- L'nited States L'niti'd Nations' delegate (.Mr. Warren Austin) that the .lows would extend the war in Palestine to full scale if a separate Jewish State were not established. 'No matter what tlu- I*iiitt-d St:ites trii«s to do to block a Jewish State the Jews will iiiilit, ' he said. The General Assembly of the luitcd Nations Organisation to-day began its special session on Palestine in an atmos phere of gloom and pessimism. The acting President, Mr. Carlos Muni/. (Urazil) sounded a grim warning. The fading chances of Jews and Arabs accepting the Security Council's truce plan had given the Assembly a dis Iiearteuing atmosphere, he said. lie appealed to the people of Palestine to stop lighting immediately as the first step towards helping the Assembly work out a .solution for the Holy Laud before Uritaiifs mandate ended on May 15th. Argentina's delega...

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Elections in Italy LEADERS FINAL APPEALS Campaigns Terrific Climax THREATS AND PROMISES Rome, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

Elections in Italy LEADERS FINAL APPEALS Campaigns Terrific Climax THREATS AND PROMISES li'iuii', April 1*. C-'imiiiiij.st,s j;ui n-i ;t gn-.-jt lireworks display in Koine last night a-s a prelude !?? a sj,o: --h by their h-ader (Mr. Tog li.-i-ti) in -!u-i!i- hi* campaign. I Miring tin- liisiilay tin- jinli.i' were ini!iidat»-«I wit): ur^'iii i--.ifiil)O!K' --;;lls. :j«kJD?-r wn'i-t h-.'P- ;i rc\ 1 1] in i- 1 ri 1 1 .- ? 1 i 1 u-« il. ; -n mil Twciity-iive thousand peopU; singing j ''The I ted Flag' and waving crimson i b:in!ii'i-s gn-ettMl Tojilhitii. During Tog- ? Haiti's spee.-li a .Monarchist plane tlew j ovi'rhe:ul and :^!!-iwercd auii^.'oniinunisl Jeallets on the cmwii. i Togiiatti deinaixled jhat a coijitioi! j tlovrrtunent of ;ill parties be formed . alter tin' elections. j The catiiiiaigi! climax in Uoiae has j been tcrrilic. The city [ireseiued a ! scene wl iu-l(-si-ribable chaos as lorry ? b'iulH -.i ica lids «-arpcte«l the sti-ects '- with apiifals, threats, denunciation...

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

Commonwealth Employment j _ Service i J. rree Service to Employers and j Employees ? v JEIii: AKK A FEW OF THE H POSITIONS AVAILABLE u* MEN A 'learers and Fencers for Morawa, Car- . naniab. Miugeiiew and MulJewa Dis- I-( Uki : contract. (^ Iarket Garden Hand.-? for Geraldton, £1 iief diiy. . 4 ieneral Farm Mauds. Tractor Drivers, -^ Yardmen and Handymen ; award _ rates. (,. larried Couples for Hotels and Farms: |JJ wages ranging from £7 i»er week ..^ and keep. s'j iarion Overseers. Head Stockmen and ' Station Hands for Murchison Dis-|;(} tricts: ruling award rates. j!KJ 'eanisters for Yaudanooka. and Bnw gada. £-? iier week and keep. :'~' Woodcutters (contract work) for all *' districts. tu 'arpeiners and Cabinet Makers for - . Geraldtou ; award rates. ('? lachine Miners and Mine Laborers for Rig Hell Mines Ltd.. Big Bell, and j- Triton Gold Mines, N.L.. Reedy. A] 'ettlers and Repairers for W.A.G.R. — and' Midland Railway Company. ^ General Laborers for work in Gerald- ' ton ; award...

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Austrian Airport MORE SOVIET DEMANDS British Plane Grounded PROTESTS REJECTED Vienna, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 April 1948

Austrian Airport MORE SOVIET DEMANDS British Plane Grounded PROTESTS REJECTED Vienna, April 17. RdSKiau auilioriiics liavir -!''i:iauciiMl that utL coiumen-iul lii^hts into S- Lu - wochat, the Ilritish air]mi't oiiis-Ldv Vienna, should cease. Tin- demand was inade in a iftter to liic ilritish lli^u Cotnriiissiotift- Mlener.-jl «;;iif(i Wiiy). Acc-»rdin^ to a ISritU'h sp»!U..s nian 'it will nui bv -??? -tiitiHcd widi.' Following the leticr the l£u-si;i.!- ^n-imde-l a ISritish plane which :i; ria.l iruiu London ;i!i-i (Scriiiiiiiy. ACit-r ;t Ji»n.ir delay civilian passcn^-rs x.i'iv- per- : mitteil tu'}-:i!ss liinniuii a Russian im;h1 : block lo Vienna --n pro-li!c!j-.n -»C iheir,1 jKissports, but the aircraft's crew ;iu-J | iniliiiiry personnel. who refused f-- ,' show passports, were jx-i alli'Wol j through. ! Intending passengers in Vienna who i 'wanted to lly in the aircraft on ii.s j return trip to London were not per- j mi t ted through the road block. i The Russian letter compla...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 April 1948

PERSONAL - ? Mr. A. E. Grant, of Yanget. left Ger aldtou this morning by road on a brief business visit to Perth. * ? * * * Mr. B. C. Bensley, who recently assumed the managerial duties of the Big Store, left (Jeraldton by air on Sun day afternoon last on a brief business visit to Perth. * e * » -- Dr. R. Barrington-Knight, accom panied by Messrs. A. Garfoot and C Jeukinson. of Yarloop. are at present spending a holiday in Geraldton as the quests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Marsh, of Shent«-n Street. * * * . * * Mr. A. I. Horan. of Ogilvie. is at pre sent on a business visit to Perth. On the journey by air to the city Mr. Horan was accompanied by his daugh ter (Miss Colleen Horau), who this week commenced a course of training in the uursinsr profession at the Royal Perth Hospital.

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Britaic's Food Needs. Victorian Premier's Criticism. A CRYING DISGRACE. Adelaide. April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 April 1948

Britain's Food Needs ♦ ? Victorian Premier's Criticism 'A CRYING DISGRACE' Adelaide. April 20. Australians were not pulling their wHghr in helping England, said the Victorian Premier (Mr. Hollway) at a St. George's Day dinner here to-day. 'It is a crying disgrace for us to think that the English people, who saved uot onlv the Emoire. but democracv throughout the world, .should be grate ful to us for a miserable tin of fat. Compared with the English people we in' AujJ^i;vsnSpr)'rl not at all. yet we find ira*^ pkitHH England are grateful to us fqp \v^^Kwe' send them of our surplus food.' iPf ^ ' »

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Defended by Prisoner. Assault on a Train. TWO MEN ARRESTED. Sydney, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 April 1948

Defended by Prisoner Assault on a Train TWO MEN ARRESTED Sydney, April 20. A provost corporal who was attacked by two men on the Canberra-Sydney train near Goulburn last night was \ defended by a military prisoner he was ; escorting. The men had insisted on entering the compartment in which the provost and his prisoner were seated. The provost complained to a conductor and it was found that the men were travelling without tickets. They were removed, but returned later and attack ed the provost. Carriage fittings were smashed, a waitress ran to the guard's j van and brought a guard to the car riage, the guard polled the communica tion cord, and when the train stopped both men jumped from the train and \ escaped. Later the Goulburn police i arrested two men on several charges. }

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Oliviers in Melbourne. No Extension of Tour. ECHO OF PERTH VISIT. Melbourne, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 April 1948

Oliviers in Melbourne No Extension of Tour ECHO OF^ERTH VISIT Melbourne, April 20. Time wiJl not allow Sir Laurence and Lady Olivier and the Old Vic Company to extend their twenty-week tour of Australia, but Sir Laurence intends to urge Inore visits to Australia by Old Vic Companies. This statement was made by Sir Laurence when the Com pany arrived here from Adelaide yes terday, and he isaid the Company had been liattered by tfte way in which* Aus tralians had lionised its members. He added that all would like to prolong the season, but a longer visit was out of the question. 'There are so many calls on us that we cannot fulfil them all,' said Sir Laurence. 'Even the Provinces at home are beginning to complain that we do not play to them but go tripping all over the world instead. Members of the Company said that the audience reaction in Perth had been wonderful despite early acoustic diffi culties. In the Capitol Theatre they were pleasantly surprised at the num ber of young people...

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GOLF. Meeting of Geraldlon Club. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 April 1948

GOLF ? .+i ? P^ieetmg of Geraldton Club ELECTION OF OFFICERS At the JCvnt annual JtieeJinir of the Geraldtou Co[f Club -iuite a number of matters of general interest were dis cussed w itii the president iMr. II. Skin ner» iM-cupyinir the chair. Then- w;m quite a p-od attendance of members, which fact it was thought an pi fed well for the forthcoming season, which ir was decided to open vu the HYst Satur day of next month. A tender was accepted for the re-etec ' lion at the local links of a buiklin-j '' [ purchased from the Commonwealth Dis j posaJ.s ('oiniiiission. which ir was airreed would admirably serve the purpose of a club-house. j : Tlie election of oflk-ers for \in- ^tisu- ! irr_' year resuhed as follows: — Presid ent, Mr. H. Skinner: captain. Mr. T. P. Prior: vice-capiain. Mr. S. lio^le; honorary secretary. Mr. I'. -I. I »unn ; honorary treasurer. Mr. It. Xott : honor ary audirors. Messrs. J. Anderson and 15. J. I Minn: general committee. M.pssi!=. A. t\ P.o^le. J. R--raii....

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Controlling the News. Position of Associated Press. MANAGERIAL WARNING. New York. April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 April 1948

Controlling the News Position of Associated Press MANAGERIAL WARNING New York. Anvil 20. A warning against the tendency of Governments to take control of news, was given to-day by Keuter's Gener.il Manager '.Mr. Christopher Chancellor), who told the annual meeting of Asso ciated Press that lie was horrified at the number of Western European statesmen who believed that news ser vices should be a Government function instead of the function of a free and independent Press. 'Everywhere,' he said, '1 see barriers going up and not coining down ; everywhere I see Gov- ' ernmeuts moving in on news.' . Mr. Chancellor emphasised that Keuter's was dedicated to the principle of truth in news. It was owned by free newspapers ju the United King dom, Ireland. Australia and New Zea land, working in close association for a ccnunon purpose. He added : — ''We owe a great debt to the example and leadership of Associated Press in achieving this position for Keuter's.'

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Timber Bottleneck. POSITION IN SOUTH-WEST. Embarrassment of Sawmillers. LACK OF TRANSPORT. Perth, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 April 1948

Timber Bottleneck POSITION IN SOUTH-WEST I Embarrassment cf Sawmillers I ? | LACK OF TRANSPORT Perth, April 20. j .Millions of feet of sound sawn tim ber are botlleuecked in the bush bi-cause of short agu of transport was | an allegation made t---d:ty by Mr. A. Reynolds, M.L.A. He estimated that ; there was at least 7.200,000 super feet of sawn green and seasoned jarraii in his electorate of Forrest alone. i)Z this about n.000,000 super feet was kiln-dried and air-seasoned. Mr. Reynolds slid he made this. esti- mate on a recent tour of his electorate, when he saw about 5.000 loads of tim ber stacked at Yaiioop and about 3-J0 loads :tt .Tarrahdale. and with timber at Serpentine, Waroona, Banksiarlale, Holyoake, Mornington, Hakea, Worsley and Gradoora the total exceeded 13,000 loads. Yet at centres only a few miles from the mills he found builders beg ging for timber. The timber is in the bush becau.se there are not enough rail and r-.:t-l trucks to lift it. said Mr. Rey nolds. Trucks...

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Two Footballers Killed. Struck by Lightning. STORY OF EYE-WITNESS. London. April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 April 1948

Two Footballers Killed ♦ ? Struck by Lightning STORY OF EYE-WITNESS London. April 20. Two footballers have died from injuries received when lightning struck a refci*ee and players in an Army match at Aldershot yesterday, and six other players and the referee are still in hospital. An eye-witness said that there was a great roll of thunder and a tremendous. Hash, directly over the IJiayiug ueiu, auu an me piayers a no. the referee fell to the ground. He said it seemed as if the lightning struck the referee's whistle. Some of the men began to stagger to their feet after a minute of two, but others lay prone. The match was the re-play of the Army Cup Final and was abandoned.

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French Mining Disaster. Men Trapped Underground. A BURNING COLLIERY. Paris, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 April 1948

French Mining Disaster Men Trapped Underground A BURNING COLLIERY Paris, April 21). About one hundred miners are trap ped in a burning colliery near Lens in Northeru France following a terrific explosion and the dead and injured are being brought to' the surface by rescue parties as others light the llames. Nearly *-.'»0 of about 340 miners trap ped below have been rescued. The !?-*. **%.-»* jli\-kil ^utiil f«Y-ft*itf .- (i rwl i liM'H others are gravely injured, ihmy pw pie saw a huge sheet of llame shoot (.in ; of one of the mine's two shafts and they then saw the superstructure lift and topple over. Meauwhile the shaft caved in and an explosion, apparently caused by lire damp, came just as the miners were going off duty.

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American Union Leader. John L. Lewis in Court. MINERS STOP WORK. Pittsburg, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 April 1948

American Union Leader ♦ ? John L. Lewis in Court MINERS STOP WORK Pittsbunr, April 1J). Angry miners stopped work in mines scattered through tiie country to-night in protest against the cohviction of the United Mineworkers' Association Pre sident (Mr. John L. I^ewis) on a charge of contempt, and union officials fear :i wholesale walkout if Lewis is lined or gaoled by the Federal Judge (Air. Alan Goldsborough), who last year lined Lewis and the United Mineworkers' Association a total of £2ir-,7l--, reduced from an original penalty of live times. that amount for a similar offence. Judge Goldsborough 's statement in Court to-day that he would consult the Government' on penalties to be imposed and his emphasis on the seriousness of the offence, was taken I»y Court observers to mean that a gaol penalty might be imposed on Lewis.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 April 1948

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 April 1948

THE BIG STORE (Frank Green & Son) GERALDTON (Telephones V£i and IJli For all Your Requirements Service and Keen IVii-es FILL STOCKS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS THE BIG STORE (Frank Green & Son) GERALDTON (Telephones 123 and 124) The Universal Providers for the District FULL STOCKS IN' ALL DEPARTMENTS

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Municipal Councils. VALUE OF A CONFERENCE. Abandoning Original Purpose. GERALDTON'S DOUBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 April 1948

Municipal Councils ; -- 1 VALUE OF A CONFERENCE i ? ,_ I Abandoning Original Purpose GERALDTON'S DOUBTS I-oubts as to the value of the Oumry , Municipal -'ouncils' Association as il functions through its annual confer ences was expressed by several speakers ! at the last meeting ot the. Geraldton Municipal Council. Atter the town clerk (Mr. 1{. W. Car te; i jia«j re;j«j the amentia lor tije cou ieiv:j(.e heid iu L'eiiii iast weeK tiit Mayor (L»r. J. McAieerj said that Ik had .-(sK?d ror the aireuda to l«. reail in i«rder that councijioi.s woiiJU know oj the matters to be discussed at a cou lereiRe at wlikh 'ieniidtou could not J»e l-eiiivseutetl. This fact was to b» re^reitcd, but the ajrenda would aj)iieai to indicate that the conference was drilling a .irood deal from the original jmrpose for wh\-At it was ijisiittite«J. It would be noticed from the agenda thai in many resiiects. the conference sought to assume the function;: of members. 01 the State and Federal I'arJiaujents. Mem...

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