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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929
ARE YOUR EYES RIQHT? If Not, Consult— E. F. MARCHANT (W.A.Q.A.) ; OPTICIAN MARINE TERRACE, GERALDTQN The OPTICIAN LTD. 263 Murray St., Perth WAXEjR! MEANS LIFE It won't be our fault if you go SHOBT next summer OBDEB TOUB TASKS NOW From 50 gallons to 5,000 gallons — Any Size — Manufactured at our up-to-date Works Ridge Cap. Down Pipe and D.G. — Guttering Made to Order — J. FTTZPATRICK AND CO. Eleanor-street, Geraldton 'Phone 118 ?
THE FACTORIES ACT UNIFORMITY REQUIRED WAS DECEMBER 27 A PUBLIC HOLIDAY? [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929
THE FACTORIES JKi^H UNIFORMITY REQpjq^^g WAS DECEMBER 37 A ittliM^^^S ???- ?:\\»-tono» l^Sm Some misconception aeemBj|»-%aiai||ig arisen among storekeepera «»'4»J*eP3§li§§ ther or not December £7 vmaW&eBgmM holiday in the Mingenew jhj».Jj£EjJij|l||JM which extends from ,Uiagcanrl3Kl&H Coorow, with the result Hi nl tfjfai£fil~1^ffi of shops; at Three Springs *3^§S§jSSSB£M niah opened on that day/ — nit|~I^E|ffi|§ who did : not. wfere TintnMa1lirvj»«S^£.^^fe^ fied. -?:? : . ? - ~--&1-^MMi At Three Springs a ^tonJfcrljg^^M Constable Street that be-vali^^^^ pn December .27, and that ^#^^^^^ open .there on that day. ' '*^|li§tllil§f ^Constable Street, stated Brt'MgSSmJgm struetions on .the matter m»1!|Hg3£gg§| He had received « ^''''IJIIIIIeIB from the HGhief Inspector «fjg£^^^^^ Showing Jistinetly; ttit^fflp^^^^^^ 26/27, and 3L 1938, »^ffw*§j||f|fW 1929, had been gaze^WaaSl^SgBl days, pn which BhopB weieii^^M^^^^ close. -The only late faafliBKawflHaiilPpH thorise...
A REMARKABLE CRIMINAL THIRTY YEARS OF CRIME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929
A REMARKABLE CRIMINAL THIRTY YEABtS OF CRIME Charles Williams, a notorious crimin aL, who was once declared by an emin ent specialist to possess a ' brain su perior to that of the average Cabinet Minister, was sentenced at Middlesex Sessions to eighteen months', imprison ment for receiving stolen nronerty. Sixty-four years of age, he has an extraordinary record of wrong-doing dnd punishment. Many of his feloni ous exploits were as striking as any per ? formed by the burglars of fiction who I arc gentlemen, of leisure by day, and ex I pert cracksmen by night. I The offence for which he was sen tenced was receiving property worth £90 stolen . from the house of Ox'. Bice in Uloomfield-avenue, Palmer's Green. Before Mr. Montague Sharpe passed teitence, vvill?nmsy who, on account of hi* health, 'had been given a chair, ut tencd a short plea: . i ';* i\ir tho first time ui iny. life I .'have bc£n found guilty when I am not guilty. Ic u- the first ' time in all my career1 of crime that it ...
LAND SURVEYING WESTERN AUSTRALIA'S RECORD Perth, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929
[?] WESTEBN AUSTBAUA'S BEGaM^M ?'? PeAh, JanmrrvS. ^3 'in 1896, the Lands ana EmMssmmm Department surveyed : €6,000 *M»llfcPiHfi| land— the work of one contract Gmvss03S& or to-day,' said the Surveyo»*few^^^S (Mr. J. P, Canun) at the annnal-EittbS^^H social of the Institute of SatBero^^^® last night. 'DurihR the veat^glPlK June -30 last, we surveyed about SSWgp^ 000 acres, and closely classified^b^^^ 2,333,000 acres. The surveys w^^^ft such a standard, that the fxwtee^iaipN the Agricultural Bank declared ifcatrlSg1!! work being carried out by-saxvt&tm-fk, of the Lands and Surveys DepaibneStPSK here was better than any dmllariknB£fp elsewhere in Australia. T3ns to^^S the culmination of 100 years of sur*ra-^^ ing, was done in the face of tremendo^S difficulties, and required groat cw&a*e^8 and resource on the part of the-Binr^y^a ors. Some of them had to -^-^3b&§m over 100 mUes.' *~ -^^3
CHAPTER II [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929
CHAPTER II ?She had been in Geraldton uhwit :;i.\ months then, a typist in an .office, yhe boarded with a llrs. Ellerton, who-?e brother, David Milton, also made iiis home with her when in work at the sea port. The handsome young giant, witli the discontented face, had attracted IiJioda. from the first, -while her sweet daintiness immediately appealed to hiia. He admired the laughing blue eyes, and the sense .of quiet power behind their merriment. David was somewhat militant in those days. He was a strong unionist, and had ideas of his own concerning eapitul and labour, and of the importance of the employee over the employer. Ifhoda, he called renegade, because she had a good word t osay for the man who made employment possible. It wasn 't long . before she sounded his depths; the oulv ; employer he should ever have was Da | vid Milton. David, like most dificout I eiiled young Australian.', kicked against the pricks i-imply because he was out ct' his element as a manual employee. Hi...
CHAPTER III [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929
CHAPTBK III Bhoda changed her babe to the other arm, before getting any further with her reflections. A very girlish smile beautified her face as she remembered selecting a roso pink frock for the ride that day — in- ' fluenced in her selection by the memory | of the, one and only compliment David, so far, paid her. 'The pbik of that dress,' he had said, 'the blue of your eyes, the gold of your hair, the crcam iness of your face, seem to blend jjito a cameo.' When once Geraldton was left behind they considerably exceeded the speed limit until they reached what, im local geography, is known as Wax Plant HilL Acres of the trees, in full bloom, met their gaze, mauve, pink, cream and white all intermingled. David was enchanted. 'What a gem of a place!' he exclaimed as he assist ed lfhoda from the side-car. 'Yes, a royal park, indeed,' said Shoda. 'Just the place to become i engaged in,' she concluded roguishly, I donrinjr her coat, and placing it in tn-^ side-car, from whence David was ...
WHAT FEW PEOPLE MISS BEWARE OF NERVOUS WEAKNESS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929
WHAT FEW PEOPLE MISS ^ BEWABE OF WEEVOUS TOBAXHESS ^C; ' Very few people go through life ; ;:;*^J without an attack of nerves ait amw -fcvfvili time or the other. Those -who- reeo^-i^T ::^ ~PS*k nisc the symptoms and give the proper ;^: '. fi-^M treatment to their nerves rarely- saffier^V.'^.^ijI a f-evere breakdown. The early signs ?- ;5v3j§ are noted by irritabilitv restlcsaacss l.'^rM and depression. As the trouble ad- -^v$jspi vanccs twitchings, sleeplessness, faUuic ? v'K^jfi of memory, headaches, : backache and '^ ^§g loss of appetite become apparent. ' v-.ly^l The treatment of these symptoms; .-. V.'Sr^ll however mild or severe, calls for 4fcs Ji^^S nutrition of the nervous system throjigk ;-:'iai%y the blood. Enrich the blocd and 'yoarf^'C^^ supply the starved nerves with tifc* ?V^SSJiS; elements they need. This you can. 4I0 .~\i5HKl| by taking. Dr. William*' Pink PHIs. '^^^ The direct action of these pills creates^ ;^Jg|| a nourishing stream of blood ysh£s3b£~~£?J~?iM flows...
THE TURF. W.A.T.C CARNIVAL ARAPUNI WINS IMPERIAL STAKES Perth, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929
THE TURF. W.A.T.C. CARNIVAL ABAPUNI WINS IMPERIAL STAKES . Perth, January 5. The final day's racing of the annual meeting of the W.A. Turf Club was held this afternoon, the following being the Tesulte: — FBEMANTLE PLATE. Six furlongs. CERIMON, 8.8 ? 1 Nadarino, 7.12 ? 2 Threoania, 7.10 ? 3 Scratched: Columban, Swansea, So ciable, Dennis Queen and La Valliere. Betting: .3 to 1 agst. -the winner. Tote: 16/-, 53/-, 13/-. CORONATION PLATE. For four and three year olds. One mile and a furlong. ATUMLAD, 6.7 ? 1 Flying Miss, 8.10 ? 2 Peggy Poet, 9.13 ? 3 Scratched: 'Cerimon, Second Wind, Ayr Judge. Betting: 7 to 1 agst. the winner. Tote: 30/-, 29/-, 43/-. IMPERIAL, STAKES. One mile. and a half. ARAPUNI, 8.0 ? 1 . Arimond, 7.7 ? 2 Jarlath, 6.7 ? 3 Scratched: Jemidar, Coolah, Second Wind, Ergotic, Karagan Gauntlet, Mocking, Ayr Judge and Dennis Queen. Betting: 9 to 2 agst. the winner. Tote: 19/-, 26/-, 54/-. COMMONWEALTH HANDICAP. For two-year-olds. Six furlongs. AREOFF, 7.8 .. .... . . 1 St...
BY RIGHT OF INHERITANCE CHAPTER I [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929
BY RIGHT OF INHERITANCE (By LEWESE MALEY). CHAPTER I 'Well, good-bye, Old Chick'! The man bent dewn and implanted a kis.-, -tn oajh dimple in his wife 's cheeks. ' ' Do you remember what anniversary it is to-day :' he questioned with mock sternness. Who pretended to consider for a mo iiK'nt. Then a smile dimpled her face. 'Of course'! she :aid, her blue eyes twinkling. 'It is the anniversary' of tit(i day my lord and master, when the eloquence of my tongue and the magic of my voice persuaded you into accep tam.-e of your inheritance.' ' 'Tis the day,'7 he taunted in niock derision, 'when you talked me inlo giving up a lucrative job as lumper on Gcraldton wharf and becoming a 1(5 hours-a-day labourer named 'cocky.' 'Do you remember, how you did de sinse ihe hard-faced old clodhoppers (as you deemed the farmers then.) four years ago to-dayf' His fiery dark eyes flashed mirth al the memory. 'Funny, isn't it,' lie said reflect ingly, 'how one judges by appearances. I certainly did think...
DROWNED IN CANNING RIVER SIXTEEN YEARS-OLD BOY'S FATE Perth, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 5 January 1929
DROWNED IN CANNING RIVER SIXTEEN YEARS-OLD BOY'S FATE Perth. January 5. Stanley Raymond Hart (16), a State child, who was in the care of the Sea forth Boys' Home, Gosnells, was drown ed while bathing in the Canning River yesterday evening. He was subject to fits, and it is thought he may have had a seizure while in the water. According to a message received at the central police station last night Hart and about 20 other boys from the &nbsp; home went swimming in a pool in the &nbsp; river at 6 p.m. When they were called &nbsp; about 6.45 it was seen that Hart was missing. Two boys re-entered the pool and found him lying face down in about five feet of water. A doctor was called and artificial respiration was applied for an hour, but without suc cess. The livestock industry in America is said to owe its beginning to the cattle Christopher Columbus brought to Ame rica undcrthe (Spanish flag in 1493; sheep' 4'°!® introduced by Cbronado, a
POISON GAS. COWARDLY AND CRIMINAL FORM OF ATTACK Berlin, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929
POISON GAS. ? ? ? ? : — -^i COWAEDLT- AND CBQflSIAb XTOtit M OF ATTACK ^*1 Berlin, Jannarv 6. \ '1§ At Frankfort on Friday Dame KaMEa Sahlborn, of Stockholm, presided at the international conference on modern me-^ thods of warfare, convened by the l«~t ternational Women's League For Peace iand Liberty. The conference is giv-4 ing special attention to the nse of goi- » son gas in war, and the protection. -of * civilians. Many international sn£n~~* tists and military experts were present. ^-@g Jarofe Shor Lewin, .1 Berlin scionfis^-''^ condemned the use of poison gas. as a *|-S cowardly and criminal attack, against ^Spj which there was nc defence feeeause 3| there was no antidote to its severity. 3|||| It was so repugnant, that it must be IB- -^% garded as a crime against humanity. ^-||| His description of its use was so hor- %| rifying that many women lc& the haft ^g in tears. ^
THE TURF THE IMPERIAL HANDICAP HOW ARAPUNI WON Perth, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929
THE TURF THE IMPERIAL HANDICAP HOW ABAPUMI WON Perth, January 7, The Imperial Handicap, the principal event of the final day of the W.A.T.O. Carnival, resulted as follows: — OtPEHIAL HAqpiGAJf One mile and & half. ARAPUNL. 8.0 (Morley) ? s. ? , Arimond, £J7 (J. Armanasco) . 2 Jarlath, 6.7 (A. Armanasco) ...3 Betting; 4 to 1 against Spearage or Exceeder, 7 to 2 Arapuni, § to 1 Multi ped, 8 to .1 Arimond, '12 to 1 i?etznan. 15 to 1 Char, Jarlatn or St. Vaast, After a' good start, and when passing the Leger, Spearage led from Arapuir Petman, Lanatus, Jarlath, and Ari mond. Spearage led down and out oJ' the straight ahead of Petman, Arapuni, jiiuluped, Jarlath, Arimond, Lsfiiatu Char and Exceeder.' Arapuni took com mand at the mile post, and immediately the pace increased. At the seven fur longs post the order was Arapuni, Mul tiped, Jarlath, Spearage, Arimond, ilx ceeder and Petman, and going down the hill Arapuni led from Multiped; St. Vaast and Liinoka were the last two. Mult...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929
s.s. MNDEROO Will leave GERALDTON for Shark Bay, Carnarvon, Onslow, Cossack Roads, Pt. Hcdland, Broouic, Derby, Java and Singapore on MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1929 (Circumstances Permitting) Passengers .and cargo accepted for above ports. DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED, Agents ARE YOUR EYES RIGHT? If Not, Consult — E. F. MARCHANT (W.A.O.A.) OPTICIAN MARINE TERRACE, GERALDTON
THE YEAR'S RAINFALL A GENERAL SHORTAGE CROPS DISTINCTLY BETTER THAN FIRST ANTICIPATED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929
THE YEAR'S RAINFALL A GENERAL SHORTAGE CEOPS DISTINCTLY BETTER THAN FIRST ANTICIPATED - The 1928 yearly rain map disclosed, with minor exceptions, a general short age, when compared with the average. Only on the South-West Coast were excesses of more than minor import ance noted, and even there they were not general. In the Kimberlies the heaviest decreases were noted. They ranged from 2 inches at Wyndham, to 11-aS at Derby, and 14.76 at Turkey Creek. Fitzjroy Crossing, however, slightly exceeded the average. In the agricultural districts the year opened with water supplies in a very bad position. Occasional light to moderate rains occurred during the first three months. These were quite inadequate, and the position did not appreciably improve until April, and then, although there were two good rainfalls late in the month, which tem porarily relieved the water_ supply position in many areas, the three weeks' dry i-eriod that followed en tailed a severe loss of lambs, and a ser ious ...
BOXING STONE LOSES TO PEARCE. Sydney, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929
BOXING ? in i ? ? STONE LOSES TO PEAECE. Svdney, January 7. A decision in favour of Junimc Pearce against tho American welter weight, Henry Stone, met with a mixe I reception at the Rushcuttcrs' Bay Stac iuin on Saturday night. It was not :in ? oxcitinfT contest, hut .Stone's work n;-s £enorally superior and the majority 'f those present anticipated that he would be awarded the winning points in :? match which rcwlu«d the allotted It rounds. . ? From early .flay to early August, Denmark has 'light nights when gatnes can be played and all daytime pas ?times enjoyed to the foUL .„