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WOMEN SPIES SOVIET'S UNSCRUPULOUS AGENTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

WOMEN SPIES SOVIET'S UNSCRUPULOUS AGENTS 'Beautiful spies, decoys, and agents provocateurs are not a novelty in Russia. The Czarist secret police, the Ofchranku always employed women in large numbers. Knowing as they did the very depths of human— perhaps 1 should say Russian — nature, their sel ection of beauties would make a re vue producer green with envy,' writes Dr. rJdouard Duboff in the 'Daily Mail.' ?'1 tame across many of them in the difficult years of 1905 and 1906, ana l can speak from personal observation, .but Dziierjinsky, tue originator of the Chcka, the Soviet secret and terrorisi police, boasfed before his death of Jiaviug improved the Czarist method*., and he particularly emphasised *the (services of the women.' ?* Woman, spies are actually in the majority to-day; tney work both in side and outside .Russia, and they are scientifically organised. Some are en gaged in spying on the 'Ncymen,' the private traders working under the re ' lorined policy introduced by Lenin...

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The Geraldton Guardian & Express MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1929. CLEANING THE TOWN UP. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

MONDAY, JANUAKY 7, 1929. CLEAKING THE TOWN UP. The move made by tSC police to vrards the end of last week to rid the town of undesirable characters bas not coidp too soon. . In fact, many citizens claim tliat it should have been made long ago. Up till recently, Ger aldton was said truthfully to. be the most law-abiding port in Austj-alia, and its inhabitants were justifiably proud of its reputation. Petty thefts were rare, tand it was unusual to see a drunken man in the streets. Indeed, so well-conducted was the town that doors of private houses were left un locked continuously, and even the hotels closed only their front en trances after trading hours. ^Tte ^osi- j tioa to-day is fery different, and t therefore the determination of the police, to rid the place of evil-doers, ac indicated by the arrest of five un desirable characters, should be wel comed by the whole community. These persons had been warned to leave the town, but they disregarded the warn ing, and the Police Court b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

*j 3 1929 CENTENARY YEAR 1929 | At the Opening of this Great State's Centenary Year ^-J OS WELLS -f Wish that it will be to AH Their Patrons THE HAPPIEST AND MOST PROSPEROUS k That they have ever experienced and hope that to all -/^ the State it will be — ] THE PEAK YEAR OF ITS PROGRESS |i OS WELL'S ? TELEPHONE 31. P.O. BOX 57 F|

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POSTAL CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

POSTAL CHA&fcES. Letters. — Within the Commonwealth j 'anil to all places in the Britisb' Empire, l|d. per ounce. To all other plaees, 3d. for the first ounce and l*d. each additional ounce. (The selling price flf stamped envelopes is 3' for 5d, and of registration envelopes 5*d. each.) Letter Cards. — Within the Common wealth, single lid., reply lid. each half; to all plaees in the British Em pire, single lid. each. . To all other places, single 3d. (The selling price of letter cards is ,2-L each.) Post Cards.— Within the Common wealth and to all places in the British Empire, single Id., reply Id. each half. To all other places, single l*d., reply 14d. each half. Commercial Papers — ^Tithin the Com monwealth, New Zealand and Fiji, Id. per 2ozs. To all other places Id. per 2 ounces with a minimjun of 3d. Weight within the Commonwealth np to 51bs., beyond the Common wealth up to 4Jlbs. Patterns and Samples. — Within the Commonwealth and to all places in the British Empire, Id...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

MURDOCH'S ? FOR ? MEDICINE Only Fully Qualified Pharmacists handle your Prescriptions PHONE 16 P.O. BOX 35

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KATANNING FIRES SIX PROPERTIES SWEPT. Katanning, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

KATANNING FIRES — — ^ SIX PROPERTIES SWEPT. Katanninff, January 7. One of the worst fires in the history of this district occurred between Toa ney Town and Tambellup on Friday, when six farms were swjfpt by fir.?. Two fanners sustained heavy losses.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

[FORDSON] I TRACTOR OWNERS I H -_ T*t Pfftffr High Tendon MaghefD~nulon'I~wbo3cifu! j-r*~fii*t*' - ^H ^J MfflH ni mt FvHwftH*^'fftpny fltt*1fFHHMHIIPy#nJT gi— **'**» |ww»— HI 'fc/^^ j. 1-^^^^^^^^*^ « »»-- « ? t - -- * £aa hJ» J****— j^— ^. HI . W ^mg/Jj VDCnrwOpODOmBavKOBB wOOfc ?I ^p^f ' ££n» for «ew rAtcfUtr* II M. J. BATEMAN LTD. 1 HI '^ OFFICIAL BO3CM SERVICE STATTOW' €? frmUKJuiPtT^ TPftW I GERALDTON WEEK i / ? ? ? I THE PROGRAMME — '- PARTFR'S The prograiiune for GcraMton Wccfc. V^/TlMY 1 1-4 IV wJ commencing on .Saturday, January liti, ia as follows: — ? j Saturday, January 26 (unofficial) — ; — ^^ Horning. — Opening of Bowling1 Tour- ^^^P nament. * i B^^^ Afternoon. — First day of Victoria ^^^9 District Turf Club's Annual Cup meet- ^^^r ing. j ^y Evening. — A Championship Fight. j Sunday, January 27 (unofficial) — j ^^ Afternoon. — Beach Attractions: Row- , I ing, Yachting and Swimming races. ? I Evening — Open-air Concert on tlfc! '§ 'Esplanade. : *? Monday, January 28 (Off...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

Telegrams and Letters: 'GUARDIAN' Geraldton. Telephone 29 P.O. Box 33

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

' -— ? - - ?? ^ . ^ Vr' . ? (71' anx/ Uranch oP , * ftj ™ NATIONAL BANK youmati obtain Copies afifs InformaS^e SotAMs ? 7 ^entitled ^^ SERVICES & FAQUTIES '?..?. and ?*': : ARE TOU GOING ABROAD? | .1 Tltese Ritlicatioris Convey much useftii ^ ? ?- |t|rormation and Indicate the Variola ^ 'Ways in Which, the Banlv may be helpful to you ;.- ; |- ^^ They shou; that the Bankfe Service. 3 j |^ covers the Financial side oP Primary ; ; |b|j «t Secondary Productioii, Land Setfle- V ''. ! %'; nient,Tra-ie & Commerce. Investments* ^ I ^ Loans, Overseas Business * Tourist' - '~. ; t^o Recpuirenjents '.,; t I £^~ COPIES MAY BE OBTAINED AT ANY OF THE BAN& BRANC3IE5 ! B NATIONAL BANK 1 OF AUSTRALASIA. LTD* ' g CAPITAL PAID OP j FESERVE FOKD - \ ^0 ^^ £5 000 000 I £3 000,000 \^ri ^ ^Vy Total A sees. 31 st. March 1928 £lSfi2&JBB6^Z*-f4

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

Fordson Tracto^M Production Being Resumed in January, 1929 ~S- ^^^^* SUPPUES AVAILABLE ABOUT APRIL-' '-£ iizjm ' — — - J^i ; r S spe^ce & c^^S Authorised Ford Dealers * *J ~x^Pm MARINE TERRACE — — GQKillMpt^n \^\ Vi^^^^ We ?haiw i1156 o^61'*1 * Va^Jai*w3^H V^\-« selected to salt aU test«r ^^^^ ^^ - No Belter fonge »^^^ W^Ok^^ geraldton NEw^vai^^

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CRICKET. GERALDTON PREMIERSHIP SATURDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

CRICKET. ! GERALDTON PREMIERSHIP , SAHTRDAY'S MATCHES. A further series of matches in th«s Geraldton Premiership were completed oo the Hocreatiou Ground on Saturday. In the match between Geraldton and .alercantiles, the latter secured an easy victory, winning by 9 wickets. For Mcicantilcs the principal scorer was N. l Henry's, with (50 retired in the first in nings, and lor Geraldton R. .McDonald with :'»!» in the second innings. W. V. SSewoIl diil wt'll for Geraldton in the second innings, capturing - wickets for 7 runs. In the other match betweeu Austral.* and Cosmopolitans, the former , were far superior, and v.on by an in- | nings and 7.'. run.. For the losers Gib son and Tunstill with 17 each ni the first innings, obtained the batting hoa- ( ours, whilst in the second innings. Dav ies did well with a score of -7. K. May was tue. most successful bowler for - Autrals in botu innings, capturing 4 wickets for 17 and 2, for IS) respectiv ely. The following are the details: — GEHALDT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

Billy Edwards Music Company, Ltd. 182 XUB8AT ST., PE2TH. Wish to Notify Their Clientele that— Messrs N. & W. Uren, Geraldton. is now Their Representative *» GERALDTON AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. 3a can qnoto City Prices for PLAYEBS, PIANOS and PHONOGBAPB& His Stocks include EDMAC PHONOS, BROADCAST 2/- Records, OOLUH BIA ana BEGAL Records. NEEDLES, BOLLS, MUSIC. Ana EVERYTHING MUSICAL. Cable Nelson Player Piano on Hand for Demonstrating. (PHONE 253 Day and Night) (BOX 75) TERRIFIC TIMBER EXPLOSION R. JOSEPH'S FURNITURE ARCADE. GERALDTON Has now started a TIMBER YARD, and can supply JARRAH, OREGON, SHEVLING, DOORS, WINDOWS, FLOORING BOARDS. Special Prices for Truck Lots. Bolts, Nails, Hinges, Wire Netting, Piping and Fittings, CHEAPEST. IN AUSTRALIA GERALDTON WEEK ? GERALDTON WEEK SIDE SHOWS AND NOVELTY EVENTS THE SPORTING BOD IE S of Geruldton are requested to apply to the undersigned for the rights to con duct side shows, novelty stalls, etc., on the beach and sports ...

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AUSTRALS v. COSMOPOLITANS AUSTRALS. First Innings. 242 COSMOPOLITANS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

AUSTKALS v. COSMOPOLITANS AUSTEALS. First Innings ? 242 COSMOPOLITANS. First Innings. Gibson, b May ? 17 Davics, c Smith, b Gruosslcf ? 3 Taylor, b Stcnhouso ? 17 Sterrett, b May ? 7 Christie, b May ? .-...,,...... 0.' Logan, c sub., b Hollings ? 2 Tunstill, b Hay ? 15 J O Brien, b Hollings ? 0 iicKay, not out ? 4 i Smith, absent ? * 4J Sundries ? l'£ Total S3 '..Bowling: J. Grossler, 1 for 19; Holl ings, .i lor IS; A. Stenhouse, 1 for 17; K. Muy,i for 17. I Second Innings. Davie; , c J. Groesslcr, b H. Groess- ' ler ? 27 ' J. O 'Biieu, l.b.wv b Steuhousc ? 1 L. Logan, b May ? 15 i li.. Christie, b M.uy ? 5* \V. Sterrett, b May ? 7 T. Jtiley, b I. Hoilings ? 1 J. McKay, b 1. Rollings ..j..j..j.. 0 \V. Tunstill, run out ? S J. Giusoi-, not out' ? 10 J. W. Taylor, run out ? rj j J. Smith, absent ? 0 Sundries ? Hi I Total 80 Bowling: A. Stcnhousc, 1 for 20; H. Groessler, 1 for i:-; K. May, 2 for 1!-; 1. Hollings, o for 1-); J. Grocs^ler, nil for 2.

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PRODUCTS FROM MILK MILLIONS OF GALLONS FOR FACTORIES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

PRODUCTS FROM MIX MILLIONS OF GALLONS FOR FACTORIES Milk '(says file London 'Daily Ex press'), which has been the principal subject of discussion, owing to the quarrel between the farmers and the distributers with regard. to wholesale prices, has far wider uses than as a mere beverage for man. The number of quite unsuspected articles manu factured from milk is difficult to es timate, but probably amounts to at least 200. Some of the most ordinary possessions of the individual are among these articles. For instance, your comb, your cigarette holder, your pipe-stem, your knife-handle, the fer rule of your walking-stick, and your macintosh — all these commodities may be made from milk. Dominoes, chess figures, photographic plates, ash trays, bell fixtures, toys of all sorts and shapes, and occasionally soap, em anate from the by-products of milk. From mention of most of these ar ticles the conclusion will be drawn that the substances derived from milk are all on the lines of vnlcanite ...

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SKiFF CHAMPIONSHIP THE AUSTRALIAN CONTEST PERTH BOAT WINS FIRST HEAT. Perth, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

SKiFF CHAMPIONSHIP THE AUSTRALIAN CONTEST PBBTH BOAT WINS FIRST HEAT. Perth, Januarv 7. Jack Nbrris, of dinghy fame, at the tiller of the Verona, won the first heat in the Australian Skiff Championship, held over the modified Bricklandingf course on Saturdav afternoon. He won by only two seconds from the I Queensland representative, Victor II., ' sailed by Victor Lucas, of tn'e South Brisbane Club. Lily was third, and following her were Thara (Queensland), 25 seconds back. The time between the first three boats was 1 min. 12 sees.

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A FLOATING PALACE THE WORLD'S LARGEST STEAMER [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

A FLOATING PALACE THE WORLD'S LARGEST STEAMER When I stepped aboard the White Star liner Majestic, the world's largest 6teanicr, whose 56,551 tons is equal to the combined tonnage of the 155 ships that formed the Spanish Armada, my guide informed me that she was 950 feet long, by 100 feet wide, and 102 feet high, and that her nine decks have a conibined area of seven and a half acres (writes a correspondent of a Lon don paper). It was of greater interest, however, to hear that, placed on end, she would tower 160 feet above the WoQlWorth building, and that the space inside her is equal to four hundred de tached suburban residences of eight rooms each. We passed along her black length, her boat deck towering 100 feet above us, her thl&e mighty funnels, through each of which three railway engines could pass abreast, scraping the clouds. I marked the rudder post, with which its plates weigh 140 tons, and the stern, jposts with crackets for four pro pellor shafts that weigh more ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

For FARMERS £ £ W% TQ^ ^T\k ' ' BIGGER L0AD CARRIERS. A^ JBL*«# ^^ LOWER COSTS The most profitable Track for Wheat Carrying or General Transportation. Six-cylinder, 7-bearing crankshaft, pressure fed lubrication, specially strengthened chassis, 4 wheel intern al hydraulic brakes, Myers Magazine lubricators, Heavy Duty tyres, Artillery type wheels. EVEEY IMPEOVEMENT HAS BEEN EMBODIED IN KEO. ji-ton, 1-ton, ll-ton , 2-ton, 3-ton, and two special Bus chassis. ALL CABBY TWELVE MONTHS' GUARANTEE. ?* .1 i ... , Chassis Prices from £298 Any Trial. Terms Can Be Arranged. BE IN THE VAN OF PEOGEESS ! ! JOIN THE LAEGE NUMBER OP SATISFIED 'KEO' OWNERS NOW OPERATING 'KEO' TBUCKS IN ALL PAETS OP WESTEEN AUSTEALIA. REO'S STATE WIDE FAME FOR SERVICE AFTER SALE DENNY BROS, LTD. 439-447 MURRAY STREET, PERTH. Tel. Aolt)8, 3 lines. ' * '*., (Near Milligan St.) Telegrams 'DENNY BEOS. PEBTEL' The House that i* noted throughout the. State (or it* 'After Sale' Service J

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CAR SKIDS AND SOMERSAULTS SEVEN CASUALITIES CONDITION OF FOUR VICTIMS SERIOUS. Melbourne Jan. 7 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

CAR SKIDS AND SOMERSAULTS SEVEN CASUALITIES CONDITION OF FOUR VICTIMS SERIOUS. Melbourne Jan. 7 Seven persons, including two children were injured when a motor car skid ded on a hill near Wallan yesterday morning, crashed through a fence ana turned somersault. Robert Jenklnson was driving the car which entered a soft patch beside thc road when descending a steep hill about a mile from Wallan. The car turned completely over aud when ff-came to rest on its -wheels again most_ of the party we,re thrown out, but two child ren and an adult remained in the car which was badly damaged. The driver of a motor truck took the injured to Wallan. Mrs. Mabel Jenkinson, James Hair and two Miss Dowlings were admitted to the Killmorc Hospital in a serious condition a.~ a result of the accident

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

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TRANSPORT OF FERTILISERS AN APPEAL TO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

TRANSPORT OF FERTILISERS AN APPEAL TO FARMERS. Keen disappointment at the failure of farmers to respond to his appeal to co-operate with the Railway Depart ment in the transport of superphos *phate is expressed by the Minister for Railways (Mr. J. C. Willcock). 'Hundreds of empty trucks are go ing in to the wheat belt daily for wheat,' said Mr. Willcoek, 'when they should be carrying superphosphate t# the farmers. Eleven thousand tons ot superphosphate should be going to the wheat belt every week, in order to n*»et the farmers - demand for fertili ser. Up to the present, a total of only 13,000 tons of superphosphate has been dispatched. I hope the farmers will realise the position, and make an ear nest effort to assist, the department to solve this problem of the transport of superphosphate. The position is likely to become acute before the period of cheap transport expires.'

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