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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

j ELITE SUPPLY / . ? — ? GERALDTONS BUSY DRAPERS. Read Our Advertisements ! ' Watch Our Windows ! WE ARE HEAVILY OVERSTOCKED! GIGANTIC BARGAINS! WILL APPEAR IN THIS SPACE WITH EACH OF OUK ADVER TISEMENTS. WE COMMENCE THE NEW YEAS WITH THESE usually V- yard. .„.,-. marking. The present rage in Mel At 1/- yard-A Big Table of Voiles, ^^ Nursery Cambrics, Morocams, Artificial Silk Materials and Tub Goods, worth up to 3/11 yard. MILLINERY— TABLES OF MTT.T.TN At 4/11— The balance of our Stock bby GEEATLY EEDUCED. worth 12/6 yard. absolutely challenge comparison. At 1/6 yard— 30in. Sirdar SILK in ^OUE STOCKS MUST BE DEDUCED! aU colors. ^Xe well known Silk of At 6/11-Fuji Silk Princess PETTIS curs ia equal to Fuji Silk worth 2/11 worth 8/11. yard. Children's Linene FROCKS, and LOOK for the name 'Elite Supply' Washing HATS Barganized. on three Shop Fronts.— Be SUSE it's ? the 'EL.1TJS.' VISIT THE MANCHESTER At 2/11 yard— An Amazing Bargain DEPARTMENT. . ' 25 shades worth 13/6 yard. At 1/6-An...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

Telegrams and Letters: 'GUARDIAN' Gersldton. Telephone 29 fe r.O. Box 33

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

? ? -?_??. ? . :- . * mgm — ^^^^— ^^^^ m mm mm |pM|W|« «f Beack Attractions! Side Stows ! *||J8 a^^«r^s^es! . HFR AI DTON WEEK ^^i^ Intmchool Championships; Open Sports lor VAEjIY/^.JL^1^ * V^l ^ fTUUll. M , JjffiiS? STtw ^SfflfSpH * ^fessmftSrSsSiSir PROGRAMME WEDNESJAY, JANUARY 30*. 1929. ALL INQUIRIES TO THE SECRETARY^

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Geraldton Yacht Club LADY SKIPPER'S RACE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

Geraldton Yacht Club LABT SKIPPER'S EACE (By 'Thin End') The Esplanade Jetty was pretty well crowded on Sunday afternoon when the lady skippers had charge of the various boatfe in the race for trophies donated by Messrs. ti. Murdoch, W. Webb and C. O'NcilL There were no arguments when the of ficials declared a light breeze, as the tlerk of the weather was if auything, too considerate of the safety of the crews. Quest (Miss D. Gibbings, skipper) was first away, and Salome (Miss D. Grigs by), waved good-bye 2J minutes later. Bowena (Miss S. Groessler), lone (Miss S. Nelson), Co-Be (Miss G. Logan), and Gaiety (Miss E. O'Connor) shared the mark of honor, the windward berth be ing gained by the last named. Salome showed a decided burst of ?speed from the outset and proved she is still a power to be reckoned with in hese conditions. Gaiety, with the cour tesy expected in a contest of this na ture, excused herself from Her feliow niarkers and left them well astern at the top. buoy. Washing...

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Night Hunting for Scorpions. A STRANGE SPORT IN ANATOLIA [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

Night Hunting for Scorpions. A STRANGE SPORT IN ANATOLIA In the town of Mardine, in Asia Minor, which is surrounded by ancient fortifications, one of the strangest hunts imaginable is engaged in by a large number of inhabitants (writes the Con stantinople correspondent of the Lon don 'Morning Post'). The town is infested with innumerable scorpions and snakes, and the municpality pays re wards for all those captured and brought to the authorities. The hunt is carried out at night only. The hunters carry small lanterns, and search the bases of the walls and else where, until daylight, when they pro ceed to the Town Hall with their 'bags.' There they patiently await the arrival of the . official appointed to receive these creatures, who records tn a register the number captured by each hunter, and pays him the reward. Caught Alive. The scorpions arc often caught alive and kept in wooden boxes, and during the hours in waiting for the appearance of the official the hunters sometimes amus...

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EXPLOSION IN A WELL THREE MEN DEAD GALLANT ATTEMPT AT RESCUE Adelaide. December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

EXPLOaON IN A WELL THBEE MEN DEAD GALLANT ATTEMPT AT RESCUE Adelaide, December 31. . Thctownship of Gnmcracha, 23 miles /^JH-^*S*«i% jsas startled by an cx pktebm at 10 o'clock tfi^ niofnifagrThc sound came from the yard of Gcorgft Farley's blacksmith's shop, and Con stable Georsrc Smith and residents rush ed to the spot. ' . It appears that Farley went down a ?well 30 feet deep and containing 12 feet oi water to attend io- a pump. He call ed for a spanner, and this was thrown down to him. It is surmised he struck a match, for an explosion .followed soon after, and through the smoke'and fumes wluch.. ascended 'from the well Farley was heard crying for. help. William Crooks, an employee, descend cd the well to his assistance, but {*-o»a after called for aid. Constable Smith started to descend the well, *but when about half way down called out that he «hiM not stand the fumes. He start ed to ascend, and when near the top tlie fumes must have overcome him, for ne released Tiis hold of ...

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RUSSIA'S NEIGHBOURS SOVIET ACTION Moscow, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

RUSSIA'S NEIGHBOURS SOVIET ACTION Moscow, January 1, \ On behalf M the Soviet Governmcni ike Assifikint -Foreign Mini.tcr (M. ^.itvinpffj has sent notes to -Poland an«l Lithuania^' suggesting their signatures *o -special protocols with Uussia to 'give isffect tq the Eellogg Peace Pact, with out awaiting its ratification by the big ^Pdwcrs.;. He haj requested Prance; to act as intermediary between Bussia and Uie tlnited Stafos, and to inform the United States of the Soviet action.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

NABAWA MARKET TUESDAY, JANUARY §, 1929 At 2 p;m. 800 SHEEP 800 J^ALGETY AND COMPANY LIMIT ED have received instructions from various owners to offer 'as above: — 200 WETHERS, good skins, fat 200 EWES,' mated, good condition 300 EWEf!, mixed ages 50 Wether HOGGETS 50 WETHERS Further Entries Invited. DALGETY & -3j), MD, GERALDTON

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THE KING'S ILLNESS STRUGGLE LIKELY TO BE LONG London. January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

THE KING'S ILLNESS STRUGGLE LIKELY TO BE LONG London. January 2. ^ Despite a restless night the King*.; f* mdition remains unchanged from that ?^f last evening. At Buckingham Pal ' ace the bulletin is not regarded as un j satisfactory since, despite restlessness, the King is able to maintain his gener '?? nl condition. The struggle against his 1 1 at weakness, however, shows signs of || g very long.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

GOOD HEALTH EVEEYBODY ! AND GOOD MEAT «FOE 1929 ! You get it t rom— GUS. PRUNSTER THE GEEALDTON MEAT MAN Durlacher Street.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

PERSONAL. ? ^— j Mr. D. J. McGauran, of Xfma, baste- '1 joined the Geraldton telegraph service J for a short period. ., ^ J| Mr. Harry Pass, who came to {Setabjr 9 ton for the holidays, returned to JMni— 3 lewa on Tuesday morning, in Older, to J accompany the Minister for Ijands 'i (Mr. M. F. Ttoy), and «fce Surveyor ' General (Mr. J. P. Canim) and trustees of the Agricultural Bank on their tour of ' inspection of the country north of ~- Mullcwa.

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ILLEGAL DRINKING FIVE MEN IN TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

ILLEGAL DRINKING FIVE MEN I* TCBOUBLE William Wells, Charles Tetlow and Thomas Petters pleaded guilty in the PoUce Court yesterday morning when charged with falsely representing them selves as bona fide travellers ai me Commonwealth Hotel on Sunoay, Dee ember 23rd. Messrs. Bynier and Lester. the magis trates 'fined each of them £1 with 3/ costs, on. the first charge, and £2 with with 3/- costs on the second. William Wells andPaddy Kane plead ed guilty to a charge of being on the premises of the - Murchison Inn during prohibited hours on the same date. Scr geant Normoyie who orosecuted, asked that the charge against Wells be treat ed as a first offence Both the men wore fined -£1 wifh 3/- costs. Allan Campbell did not appear to an swer a similar charge, relating to the Shamrock HoteL Sergeant Normoyle said the man had gone to Gutha1 after the summons had been served on him. In view of his non-appearance it was decided to fine *nm the maximum of £^ with 3/- costs, in -lefault 3 days. ...

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N.S.W. BUSH FIRES MUCH DAMAGE CAUSED. Sydney January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

N.S.W. BUSH EIRES MUCH DABIAGE CAUSED. Sviinftv. .Ta.nuarv 2. ; Bueh fires are sweeping over a fifteen mile frontage between Wollondfllg- and Abercrombie rivers. The outbreak be gan last week and since ' then it . has increased in intensity daily. More' thaa 100,000 acres have been swept by the flames and several station pro perties have: been damaged. The losses in fencing are . estimated at £1,000. Only one homestead was burned al though others, were seriously threat ened.

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STAR OF THE TESTS HAMMOND'S BRILLIANT BATTING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

STAB OF THE TESTS HAMMOND'S BRILLIANT BATTING W. R-. Hammond (Gloucestershire) was bora at Dover, on June 19, 1903, au-i is thus qualified by birth to play with Kent. In fact, he was invited to play with Kent after he had first appeared with the western country in 1920. The question of his qualification for Glou cestershire, with whom he played as an amateur, was raised, and he dropped out of the county team, and did. not play again until 1923. He learned his cric ket at Cirencester Grammar School, where he showed early promise with a score of 3(55 in a boarders' match. When he came to county cricket in 1923 it was :ts a professional. Since then In; lias nev«*r looked back, ;iikj last season he distinguished himself by doing what none other but the greatest of all Glou cester men (W. G. Grace) had done — ho scored 1,000 runs in May.' He has very many strokes, including a slashing off drive. He is a stylist and an ag gressive batsman, who believes that a bat is given a batsman for th...

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DISTRESSED MINERS AMERICAN ASSISTANCE London. January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

DISIREJSED MINERS AMEBICAN ASSISTANCE London, January 2. The Lord Mayor's fund in aid of distressed miners has reached £390,00.1. Of this total, £20,000 came from Ameri can friends of the Prince of Wales, the gift being a sequel to a London-New York telephone conversation in which a prominent American friend of th-; Prince asked Sir Godfrey Thomus whether American, contributions would t»e regarded as an intrusion. He was assured that help from any source would be ?welcome, and a draft for the amount was delivered within a few hours afterwards. The spokesman diM act iitciose his identity, ,

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N.Z. RAILWAY SMASH THREE VICTIMS Auckland, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

N.Z. RAILWAY SMASH THREE VICTIMS Auckland, January S. * Mrs. L/ilcan ». Anderson (25), died to day. She, was the third Tictim of thu railway accident that occurred yester day, when -a train -crashed into a motot car, two persons being killed outright.

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GERMAN ASPIRATIONS IMPORTANT DECLARATIONS Berlin, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

GERMAN ASPIRATIONS IMPOBTANT DECLARATIONS Berlin, January 2. In view of the impending discussion, bv the committee of experts agreed to bV the Allied Governments at tuc ie quest of Germany to frame prepo.ai. for a anal sciim-iu':««' «*? «-»~ r ? German reparations, there were two sig nificant passages in the speeches at to day's ceremony, when Cabinet and the Diplomatic Corps paid their respects -o. President Hindenburg. 'The German people are very t-ttt-r because a large strip of their «ountr£ is still occupied by foreign t^fP^V said President Hindenburg, 'and be cause we arc deprived of the liberty which we claim by divine and fanman right.' ? ? v The Chancellor contended there wa an exaggerated idea abroad that Ger many had regained a. state of prosper ity. This idea was quite contrary *o fact. - ? ,_? 'We shall use our entire strength to remove obstacles to our natural pro gress,' iaid the President in his reply.

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GAS MAIN BURSTS FIVE PERSONS KILLED Berlin, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

GPS MAIN BURSTS , FIVE PERSONS KILLED 3 Berlin, January 8. As the result of a gas jnain burst ing at ,D«usburg, Prtusia, yesterday, live persons were kUl«d and 17 others from adjoining houses were taken to the hospital with very serious injuries, from which some are- not expected tp recover. A number of liousos in the district have been, evacuated. ; \ ? .

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NEW YORK'S GOVERNOR Mr. ALFRED SMITH'S EXIT New York, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

mw mm^MMMM Sir. ALFRED SMITH'S EXIT New York, January JL At Albany to day Mr. Franklin Koqse velt was ucclared Governor of New *ork State, while Mr. Alfred Snuth became a private citizen, after bavins served four terms as Governor, and af ter having -.peat 25 years in public life. Ktith the incoming and outgoing Gov ernors reviewed a military parade. Crowds lined the streets, at every point and cheered both Mr. Bposevelt and Mr. Smith, but particularly the latter, wno was visibly affected by the demonstri tion. ? . ' '.

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ESTERDAY'S BULLETIN A SLIGHT IMPROVEMENT London January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

ESTERDAY'S BULLETIN A SLIGHT IMPROVEMENT T,nnrlnn .Taniiarv 2. A bulletin, issued from Buckingham Palace to-night, stated: — 'The King passed a good day. Tber? is a slight improvement in his condi tion.' The slight improvement :n His Ma jesty's general condition has faoarton ed everyone within the immediate royal circle. The ch:iQ2e indicates romark able resistanr.! to weakness, a ies:s tance which t'w; King maintains after more than six weeks of severe illness. The doctors consulted ror ninety min utes before they issued the morning bulletin.

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