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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

Aching Joints mafce his run twice as long ^ T^^^3^ * Don't wait until it's sh^.- agony to force rheumatic joints 'into action. Act now to rid your system of the cause — poisonous waste that remains in the body to form knife-edged uric acid crystals that lodge in the joints. Take Krusehen Salts regularly to free yourself of this poison, tone up your system, give you fresh energy for arduous daily tasks. HOW KRUSCKEN WORKS Clinical tests have proven the two fold value of a small daily dose of Krusehen Salts (enough to cover a sixpence in the morning cup of tea). First — the bloodstream is purified. Second — '? bodily functions are kept /^~^v normal, regular and (f ;^5\) complete. /$H J» ]) Tone up with {C^/^© Krusehen— the health Wjt^V course of millions. V ? // KRUSCHEN SH I T A 2/9 a bottle at all H LI O Chemists and Stores Get that Krusehen feeling TRAIN YOUR EYE TO SEE QUA L I T Y / GUARANTEED ' NEVER TO FADE OR SHRINK NOW AVAILABLE! LARGE NEW STOCK ? OF — — EnglishCrepePaper (OVE...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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CRICKET Upper Chapman Association TWO DRAWN GAMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

CRICKET Upper Chapman Association TWO DRAWN GAMES The first series of games in the third round of the premiership fixtures of the Upper Chapman Cricket Association was played on Sunday last with two matches at Yuna 'and Naraling, and in each instance the result was a draw. All the teams engaged passed the cen tury, whilst in double centuries regis tered by Yuua Xo. 1 and Naraling there were also two individual cen turies.

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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

People on the Move ? ♦ ? Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD Perth to Geraldton (Tuesday) — Messrs. C. Logan, J. Herbert, J. D. Iley. R. White, S. Fry, J. J. Sheperd, A. I'ass, K. Hotuislow, U. House, G. Whiteley, G. Brensbey. Gilchrest, O'Cal laghan and Anstruui, Mesdames C. Logan, J. Herbert, J. D. Hey, E. MacheiN, M. Griffiths, A. Rowbottom, M. E. Cornish, B. McKay, H. Frank lin, J. Elliott and Alexander, Misses I. Penn, M. Whitehurst, Lucas and McLaughlin. Geraldton to Perth (Wednesday) — Messrs. H. Kendrick, B. Andrews, K. Carr, R. Wiltshire, R. Renfrey, M. Rodan, G. Hooper, Brown, Edwards, White and Hayward, Mesdames W. Haley, K. Carr, R. Renfrey, Evanson, V. Veal, M. Neck, Ellery, Cartel-, -Price and Reminez, Misses E. Ellson, A. Broad, 31. Veal and Nesbit. Perth to Geraldton (Wednesday) — Messrs. J. Willis, P. Willis, D. Cover ley and A. S. Cumming, Mesdniues G. Cairnes, P. K. Harold, J. WiHis, S. Parariciui, L. Taylor, J. Craig, G. Craig, G. Poland, E. Thompson? FHnn...

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NABAWA TEAM AT YUNA [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

NABAWA TEAM AT YUNA ? The second match was played between teams representing Yuna No. 1 and Nabawa on the forever's ground, and in winning: the toss the home team elected to bat with only ten men. How ever, the innings was responsible for some brisk cricket, a total of 234 runs being scored just prior to the after noon tea adjournment. E. Stokes gave an excellent performance for 126 runs, whilst another outstanding -batsman was X. Criddle (46). The star bowler for Xabawa was A. Hayward, wL'O cap tured four wickets at a cost of only three runs. Nabawa opened somewhat disastrously by losing the wickets' of L. Cooper and N. Kupscn. in the first two ov-ers, but the partnership of Kel Criddle and Jim Criddle was respon sible for stopping the 'rot.' These two. batsmen contributed 128 runs in good sound cricket amd undoubtedly saved the side from defeat. Kel Criddle finished with 83 runs (not out) and Jim Criddle's tajly 'was 45 runs. A. Hayward (25 not outV also batted well, and when stum...

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ABROLHOS TOURISTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

ABROLHOS TOURISTS The following passengers travelled to the Abrolhos Islands by the work-boat 'Suda Bay' yesterday : — Messrs. G. Denton. R. Courtney, Norris, Kleinui, A. iamond, E. S. Krachler, B. Hamblett and Captain Ford. Mesdames Nash and G. Denton and Misses B. Gill, B. Gill, J. Ratcliffe, Duffy, Langridge. D. Gibbs, K. William?, H. liinks and A. Brede.

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS Geraldton to Perth (Tuesday)— Mrs. B. Cross and Mr. B. Pepperell. Perth to Geraldton (Wednesday) — Capt. Ford, Messrs. A. Kletnm, A. Lainond, Krachler and Misses B. Lan gridge and J. Duffy.; t, : Geraldton to Carnarvon (Wednes day): — Mrs. D. Opie and Misses M.. Clover and J. Coelli. :a Geraldton to Hanielin Pool (Wednes day)— Miss D. Hoult. Geraldton to Onslow (Wednesday) — Mr. R. Dunlop. Geraldtou to Perth (Wednesday) — Mr. and Mrs. P. X. Briers. Carnarvon to Geraldton (Wednes day) — 3Ir. and Mrs. Reynolds.

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OUR SERIAL STORY "The Matcher" BY FRANK GILBERT CHAPTER XX [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

— ? [- ? I OUR SERIAL STORY 'The Matcher' BY FRANK GILBERT CHAPTKlt XX Meanwhile, Slu»ilu. Harry was Iisivinjr an anxious time in London. .Jimmy had impressed upon hw tlie importance of the ducutncms slu- had brought to Knjrland reac-Iiinji the rijrlit iteople. It was the fear of tluiug the wronj? thing which made her do nothing Ijmc wait, and when she received news Jiar thelot had sent her she instantly jriiess^il that the '.Matcher'' hu-i got her lover into his hands. To attempt to trace hiiij was useless. She --jii!d only wait, and she grew so worried and pale that lier cousin, Mrs. Morton, suyj-'ested that they shonld all £o down to the sea for another holiday. 'After, all, my dear,'' she pointed out, 'I brought you back from France in a hurry, and now that the doctor says that all Dick needs to set him up after the accident is a si-ell of sea air — why' it's only rijrht that you should come down with us for a week or two. l)ick is keen on a little [dace in Dorset some-, where b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

j MISCELLANEOUS i JJE witn the usual jolly crowd at the i j Tennis Dance in the Bluff point | ] Hall on Saturday niiilu next. January i 17th. '' ' j ? 'QROTHERS' New Home at Northamp- ! l ton will be oi-en for public inspec- ' i tion between the hours of 4 p.m. and ! : u p.m. on Saturday, January 24th ; I children must be accompanied by an ' adult. ' \ DESK CALENDARS ! Refills for 194S ! are now obtainable from Geraldton j Newspapers Limited, Geraldton. j DON'T FORGET the Grand Leap Year Ball on Saturday. February 14th, at St. Catherines Hall, ; Green-, ough : music by Doreen 'Dawson's j Orchestra : proceeds to the Greenough i Tennis Club. i J^LECTRIC GRILLER'. Grills, frys. j boils, knkez and toasts right at | table: all aluminium ai'.d easily clean- j ed: non-scratch feet, economical; A.C. i or D.C. at £~t/1U/t\.—llnuv Small Pty. j Ltd.. 143 Slarine Terrace. Geraldtou. I POR SALE— 1930 Armstrong SidUeley j \ Utility (12h.p. |. good running order, I i well shod: SI. P. £11S require...

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Eastern States Racing Acceptances for Mentone SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

Eastern States Racing Acceptances for Mentone SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME The following are the acceptances for the race meeting to he conducted by the Victorian Turf and Kacing Association at Cauliield on Saturday next : — SHREWSBURY HANDICAP Five furlongs ( Two-year-olds) Star of Gold S 4 Blessing --SO Affectionate S 2 Carlwn Copy S 0 Cinthoujrht - S 2 Le Beau --S0 D. Valley - 8 2 Nour Mahal S 0 King Simeon S 2 Pindus ? SO Philiirmonic S 2 Royal Myth S 0 Red Bonnet S 2 Idle Dr'mer 7 13 Shavar? - - S 2 Great Hero - 7 !) This Enffl'd S 2 I.. Antonel - 7 9 Wj Union - - S 2 Prunus - - - 7 S MOODEMERE HANDICAP One mile ( Three-yea r-olds ) Colin's Pride S 13 Big Heart - 7 4 Sun Lyric - S 12 Rig Star - 7 4 Orijren - - - S 5 Acquitted - - 7 3 Bold John -S3 El Toro - - 7 3 Midhurst - - S 0 Fox Junior 7 3 Amarie - - - 7 10 Goodwood - - 7 3 Belmont - - 7 8 Lustrous - - 7 3 Authority - 7 7 WIXTOX TRIAL HURDLE Two miles tJSble News 11 0 Tereus ? 0 S Scot Game 10 7 Winchelsea 0 7 Hulong - - 10 3 High...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

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Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Belmont Park SATURDAY ACCEPTANCES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Belmont Park SATURDAY ACCEPTANCES The following are the acceptances for tiie race meeting to he conducted hy th«j Western Australian Turf Club at Bel mont Park on Saturday next : — JUVENILE HANDICAP (For two-year-olds) Six furlongs Earl Balkan 8 10 Mel. Glory -SO Boappa - - - 8 5 Azothic ? 7 13 Bragado ? 8 5 Bandycap - - 7 12 Royal Fleet - 8 2 Fit. Control 7 12 Lord Mond - 8 2 St. Glory - - 7 *12 Mas. Itruee - 8 2 Dainty Olive 7 11 Friviious Son 8 2 Double Bay - 7 10 Dk. Rosalind 8 0 KUMARL MAIDEN (For live-year-olds and under) Seven-and-a-half furlongs Our Treat - 9 0 Baigore1 ? 7 8 Melody Girl 8 13 Agrileto ? 7 8 Bahanooka - 8 10 Valdavian - - 7 7 Epiuard ? 8 8 l'restonbury 7 5 Joyette - -.- - 8 «J Repeat - - - 7 5 Minnivale - - 8 4 Varcofel ? 7 5 His Double -S3 Royal Agrion 7 ;'» Ross Road - 7 13 Sir Ingra - - 7 5 Orphan Pr. - 7 13 I TRUSLOVE PURSE I (First Divisioii) Six furlongs Rose Morn - 9 0 Oranic - - - - 8 2 Gayette ? 8 12 Mythical Pr. 8 1 St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

H^HhbI lHS ? H K K --B H H ? 1''^ M k K ^^^^^ixLJt'tf^^jmM^inimmiiJLMii^JiXL^J^— JflKilllliMrai JCLlinE it Is — the New der' — which operates on elec- MotOTieSS. NO (nOVillg PSltS. 'Defender' Household KotrlKera- -rlc power or kerosene. flnprfltp* (in pIpHrir nnuiPi* nr lor — with eye appeal in every Ovep mnoy ,-ears,f international UPeraiCS Oil eieCUiC POWCf Iff line o« Its Ktreamlined Kio^y Harvester has won renown for kerosene Permanently SilPnt white beauty. Just look at that itH hi^h-quallty products and nBIObCIIB. reilliailClfliy OIIEnL. roomy food compartment, the dependable ser'vice. This long- TrOUble-free . ECOnOfnJcai larsre shelf area, mid the o«n- established refutation backs uvuuic lice . . . t-bUHUllllbdl. venient 4-drawer SO-ouhe Ire- Overv 'Defender' Household | ? maker . . . And remember, notice- KefriBwator, and is your assur- ~~~ '— ' hold refrigeration is no longer a ance or conlpicte satisfaction. , ? ™, SlyShJnUhSandSr!i-beinS.tlie O^y lifted supplies arcavaH-...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL Weather Forecast. — The Weather Bureau -to-day issued the following Ger aldusn. forecast for the next twenty-four hours : — Fine with moderate tempera tures; moderate south to south-east winds and moderate seas. Picture Matinee Cancelled- — The usual matinee held at the Radio Theatre on Saturday afternoons has been cancelled for this week aud the | theatre will be closed. The feature for the next picture matinee will be 'The Yearling.' Tanker Delayed- — The Dutch tanker, m.v. Barendrecht, which was scheduled to arrive at Geraldron yesterday to discharge 2.1HJ0 tons of petrol and 1,500 tons of kerosene, has been delayed at Fremantle due to trouble in the vessel's pumping apparatus. The Baraidrecht is not now expected to berth at Gerald ton until Saturday morning next. Mild Weather. — Temperature read ings in Geraldton so far this week have not exceeded a maximum reading of S1.0 degrees, which was recorded vn Monday last. The prevalence of southerly winds yesterday w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

I ...FURNITURE AND BEDDING ... ? — ^ — — ?— — — — ^— — ^ — — ^ ^ ^ «»? ' . . _ _ _ . : __ _^ ^ . Kitchen Suites from £25/10/- to Single Robes, Double Robes, £28/10/- Linen Presses, Combination Bedroom Suites from £38/10/- to Robes, Ice Cbests, Traymobiles, £62/10/- china Cabinets, Odd Chairs, Safe Dining Suites at £47/10/- Cots, Dropside Cots, Prams, \ Lounge Suites at £45, £50 and Pushers and all other lines inducl £62 „ . ' ing Bedding j MAKE YOUR FIRST CALL AT MILFORDS The House of Quality I 130-132 MARINE TERRACE, GERALDTON The Big Good Show is Coming j ;| LOCATION-OPPOSITE GERALDTON HOTEL ?! (FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY) ; ij Friday and Saturday, January 16th and 17th |! (Matinee on Saturday at 2.30 p.m.) !| NOW AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST SHOW RING j| 7 — ? PERFORMING ELEPHANTS ' 7 i| THE TWO GENADES YANK AND HANK ? ! Spectacular Roller and Two Jolly Sailors with V - '' Juggling Act a Ladder ji MISS DOLLY THE DEWEL TRIO j! THE HUMAN BUTTERFLY DIFFERENT ACROBATIC ACT I MOSKVITCH ELRADO \ J| O...

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BIG SCORES AT NARALING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

BIG SCORES AT NARALING In ti»e match played between Naral ing and Yuna No. 2 on the former's ground the home team had first use of the wicket aud opened with M. Gray and R. Griddle. The innings opened badly, however, the former's wicket falling with only half-a-dozen runs on the hoard. K. Stokes then joined R. Criddle and this pair took the score to 60 runs before the latter was run out after having compiled 27 runs in good style. The third wicket was then claimed for the addition of only thirteen runs, but there was then a solid partnership between K. Stokes and H. CuJJoton, 71 runs being added before the fall of the fourth wicket. The scoring was fairly fast, and just after 200 runs had been recorded on the board Stokes reached his century made in fwo-and-a-quarter hours. Two other batsmen in A. Gray f34 not out) and L. Cox (19) reached double figures and the innings closed for 246 runsi Yuna No. 2 were left with just less than twoand a-half hours to bat and opened with R* Maiden ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Miscellaneous — All adver- tisements under this heading are charged at 7d. per line with mini- mum of 2/-. Wedding Reports and Lists of presents, 3/- per in. Funeral Reports and Lists of Wreaths, 3/- per in. Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Birth Notices — Minimum (5 lines), 3/6. Deaths, Marriages, Fun- eral and Memoriam Notices — Minimum (5 lines), 3/6. Leader Page or other Paragraphs under read- ing matter, 7d. per line

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Mishap at Launching Small Ship Out of Control PASSENGERS' ORDEAL Sydney, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

Mishap at Launching     Small Ship Out of Control PASSENGERS' ORDEAL   Sydney, January 15. A 150-ton ship with twenty-live peo- ple on board broke a rope and was swept away by a current at its launch-   ing on Currambene Creek on the South Coast yesterday. Out of control the ship raced down   the stream. As it passed over a bar   some of the passengers panicked     slightly, and one man jumped over   board and swam ashore. The ship was carried out into Jervis Bay where a heavy sea was running. A trawler tried to save it from being wrecked, but had to stand about two hundred yards off, and the new ship ran aground on sand. All the passen- gers were rescued by rope. j- The ship, which had not been chris- tened, is now aground where it is high and dry at low tide. It took three I- years to build.

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Palestine 'Fighting JEWS LAUNCH ATTACK Eight Explosions Shake City BRITISH TO THE RESCUE Jerusalem, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

Palestine Fighting JEWS LAUNCH ATTACK Eight Explosions Shake City BRITISH TO THE RESCUE Jerusalem, January 15. Eight explosions shook Jerusalem at sundown when Haganah troops launch- ed a third attack in twenty-four hours on Arab quarters of the city. The Jews are trying to blast open a way to the Hebrew University and Hospital on Mt. Scopus. Two Arab communities, the Sheik Jarrah and Nashashibi, lie across the only Jewish road to the mountain. Heavy automatic weapon fire followed the explosions. Observers on the mountain saw mortar shells fall- ing on Arab houses, people scattering for shelter and Arab sniping squads rushing to their positions. More than 1,000 Arabs, the greatest   Arab force yet used in post partition hostilities, are attacking four lonely Jewish settlements half-way between Jerusalem and Hebron. Relieving British troops and armoured cars, after having cleared road blocks and mines, moved into position ready to launch a dawn attack against the Arabs i...

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EXPLOSIVES SHIPMENTS Four Arrests in America PLANS REVEALED New York, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 15 January 1948

EXPLOSIVES SHIPMENTS Four Arrests in America PLANS REVEALED New York, January 14. The Federal Bureau of Investigation   to-day announced the arrest of four   men in connection with the attempted   illegal shipment of explosives to Pales-   tine. A fifth man surrendered to the F.B.I. to-day and a sixth is expected to   surrender shortly. Two men are still being sought. The charge against the men is that they falsely stated or caused to be stated the contents of shipments. The arrests were made after an investiga- tion of 60,000lb of T.N.T. found in cases marked "Industrial Machinery" aboard   the freighter Executor in Jersey City   on January 3rd.   The maximum penalty under the   charge is ten years' imprisonment and   a fine of £A3.080.     The New York F.B.I. Chief (Mr. E.   D. Scheldt) said that Philip Alper, one ...

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