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

JJ...NEW YEAR SPECIALS ... (Dowie's Drapery I; TeL91— MARINE TERRACE, GERALDTON — TeL 91 ji _ ? . ? , * J | Men's Colored Slub Linen Sports Shirts— Dowie's Price, I If 1 5/9 each (seven coupons) j j[ Men's Army Khaki Work Shorts— Dowie's Price, 8/10 | ! ; per pair (two coupons) ; ;! Men's All-Wool Fobbed Bathing Trunks— Dowie's Price, j ] ; 1 0/6 per pair (no coupons) ] ! Boys' Striped Cambric School Shirts — Dowie's Price, ; - !; 8/11 each (three coupons) \\ | [ Boys' Khaki Shirts, long sleeves — Dowie's Price, 8/3each ; I |! (three coupons) j' I \ Boys' Grey Melange and Navy Serge School Knickers — j ! jl Dowie's Price from 1 1/6 per pair (three coupons) !- ! | Plain and Floral Cotton House Frocks, sizes S.W. to X.O.S. j I ] ! — Dowie's Price, 17/11 each (four coupons) ! [ ! ; White Pillow Cotton, extra strong, 40 inches wide — ? ! ;! Dowie's Price, 2/1 1 per yard (two-and-a-half coupons) !- ! | White Flannelette, 36 inches wide — Dowie's Price, 2/6 ! j j I per yard (two coupons) ...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Public Examinations Junior Certificate Results DISTRICT SUCCESSES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 January 1948

Public Examinations ? ?♦ ? Junior Certificate Results DISTRICT SUCCESSES The results of rhe Junior Certificate examination conducted by the'' Univer- sity of Western Australia, were made available this week, and hereunder are details of the successes obtained by students of schools in this district: — Abbott, GeY-rgina — Typewriting. Anderson, latf — English, History, Geography, Arithmetic and Algebra, Technical Drawing, Woodwork. Anderson, Patricia Alice^ — English, History, Arithmetic and Algebra, Geo jnetry and- Trigonometry, Domestic Science. Bandy, Helen — English, History, Geography, Arithmetic and Algebra, Art, Domestic Science. Bandy, Lilian May — English, His tory, Arithmetic and Algebra, Art, Domestic Science. Bedwell, Wendy Mina — English, Art, Arithmetic. Bennett, Kaye Rita — English, His tory, Geography, Botany, Physiology and Hygiene, Art, Commercial Methods and Bookkeeping. Bombara, Arthur — English, Arith metic aind Algebra, Technical Drawing, Woodwork. Boylen, Marie...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 January 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths DEATH CHISHOLM — A tribute to the uiemory of Walter, loved friend of G. R. Looines and daughters. Vale, heart of gold until we meet again. R.I.P. in mi:mokl\m BURMESTER, E. F. (Sergeant 2/llth Battalion, A.I.F.) — In loving memory of uiy dear husband (Ted), killed in action at Tobruk on January 21st, VM1. —Inserted by his loving wife (Betty), Geraldton BURMESTER, E. F. (Sergeant, 2/llth j Battalion, A.I.F.) — In loving memory of our dear son and brother-in-law (Ted), killed in action at Tobruk on January 21st, 1941. — Inserted by E. E. and M. M. Christie and family, Geraldton. CRIDDLE (Joseph) — In loving memory of dearest Dad. who passed away on January 18th, 1937. — Lovingly remembered by his daugh ter (Edith), Geraldton. ?- ? : ? , CRIDDLE (Mary) — Treasured mem- ] ories of our devoted daughter (Mary), who died on January liltli, 1947. Memory Ls th-* only friend, That grief can call his own. I May the Soul of the Faithful Departed j through tilt Mer-c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 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.

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

A MARINE ENGINE WITH A REPUTATION FOR DEPENDABILITY, ECONOMY AND LACK OF VIBRATION PENGUIN super     MARINE ENGINE   The detachable WATER JACKETS, Patent No. 108870, exclu- sive to "Penguin" Super Marine Engines, facilitate the casting of the cylinders, guaranteeing uniform wall thickness and eliminating distortion and wear. Rust, sand, weed, etc., easily removed from the walls of the cylinders thus ensuring troube- free cooling at all times. This "Penguin" Engine is a "tiger   for hard work,"suitable for       boats up to 18ft. Fitted with detachable water jacket. Specification on request. Available also in 3¼ h.p. SEE THE DISPLAY 8 h.p. TWIN CYLINDER The 8 h.p. Twin Cylinder Penguin is recommended where a maximum of power and economy is required for cabin type or open boats up to 22 feet. It is the only marine engine with a detachable water jacket.   FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE ...

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Anti - British Riot CONSULATE WRECKED Chinese Supply Protection PREMIER'S APOLOGY Nanking, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 January 1948

Anti- British Riot CONSULATE WRECKED Chinese Supply Protection PREMIER'S APOLOGY Nanking, January 17. The Premier (Mr. Chang Chun) has instructed all provincial and municipal authorities to protect British Consul- ates and the lives of British nationals. This follows a protest formally lodged by the British Ambassador (Sir Ralph Stevenson) over the wrecking and burn- ing of the British Consulate at Canton. Mr. Chun apologised for the ''unfor- tunate incident" and warned local authorities that they would be held responsible for any future trouble in their areas. Meanwhile in Hong Kong all regular flights of Hong Kong Airways, a British Overseas Airways Corporation affiliate, have been cancelled to enable planes to evacuate between fifty and one hundred British women and children from Can- ton. They are now being cared for by families of other Consuls.   The Mayor of Canton (Mr. Auyang Chu) told the British Consul-General (Mr. Ronald Hall) that the authorities were determ...

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Perth Murder Charge Death After New Year Party RESULT OF AN AUTOPSY Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 January 1948

Perth Murder Charge Death After New Year Party RESULT OF AN AUTOPSY Perth, This Afternoon. Albert James Bamyard (47), of Hay Street, West Perth, was arrested today on a charge of having unlawfully killed Mrs. Gwendoline Price (53), of Law- rence Street, West Perth. Mrs. Price died at the Royal Perth Hospital on Wednesday. She had been admitted there in an unconscious condition on January 1st. To-day's arrest was made by Detective-sergeant C. Woodley and Detective B. V. Shaw. Bamyard was released on bail of £100 and a surety of a similar amount to appear at Perth Police Court on Monday. Bamyard and Mrs. Price were   allegedly together on New Year's eve and early on New Year's day, about 1 a.m. on January 1st, Mrs. Price sus- tained severe head injuries near the Metropolitan Markets, Perth. She was taken to a private house, uncon- scious. At 8 a.m., when she had failed to recover consciousness, a St. John ambulance was called and she was taken to Royal Perth Hospital. An ...

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Thrown from Utility Kalgoorlie Child's Death GRIM HOLIDAY SEQUEL Kalgoorlie, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 January 1948

Thrown from Utility ___________     Kalgoorlie Child's Death GRIM HOLIDAY SEQUEL Kalgoorlie, January 17. Albert Victor Hahnel (5), of Mac- Donald Street, Kalgoorlie, was fatally injured when he was thrown from a moving utility driven by his father yes- terday. The accident occurred near Higginsville, about ninety miles south of Kalgoorlie. The boy aud his father, Albert Hah- nel, a miner, were returning from a holiday at Esperance. About 2.40 p.m., when the utility was approaching a crossing about a quarter-of-a-mile from Higginsville, the boy was thrown from the back of the utility as it passed over a spoon drain. The utility was travel ling at about twelve miles per hour. Unconscious, the boy was taken by a private car to Kalgoorlie District Hos- pital, where he died at 9.25 p.m.. An autopsy was ordered for to-day. The police were told that five other people, including three children, were in the back of the utility at the time of the accident.

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Yugoslavs Returning Widely Spread Propaganda THREAT TO PARENTS Sydney, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 January 1948

Yugoslavs Returning Widely Spread Propaganda THREAT TO PARENTS Sydney, January 17. A Yugoslav, who is returning to his homeland on the Partizanksi, said today that he was doing so because his mother and father would suffer if he did not. "I do not want to leave, but I have been told that I will nave to go to them," he said. A steelworker, who has been in Australia for eight years, the man is one of two hundred who are to leave for Yugoslavia on Monday. Some of them are returned soldiers, who fought for Australia during World War II. A naturalised Australian, who was acting as interpreter for the men, said that during the last few months propa- ganda that Yugoslavia under Tito was a paradise on earth had been widely spread throughout Australia. About 500 Yugoslavs are to join the Partizanka about January 23rd to return to their homeland.

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Smuggling of Arms DARWIN MYSTERY PLANES Ex-Servicemen's Activities W.A. PORTS USED Melbourne, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 January 1948

Smuggling of Arms DARWIN MYSTERY PLANES Ex-Servicemen's Activities W.A. PORTS USED Melbourne, January 17. Darwin mystery planes are suspected of gun-running between Indonesia and Indonesian sympathisers in West Aus- tralian ports. Australian and Dutch intelligence, officers have been working on this for several mouths. Although Dutch official sources dis- claim knowledge of any special mission, a titled Hollander (Johkbeer De Seriere.) was attached recently to the Netherlands Consulate-General in Syd- ney with one of his main assignments, the probing of Australiau-lndonesian contacts. Australians, many of them venture- some ex-servicemen who know the Indies, are suspected of supplying the Indonesians with automatic weapons   and mortars. Some are doing it for profit, some out of political sympathy and some for both reasons. Trade is believed to have been done from West Australian ports and from bays near Darwin. Before the Dutch police action in Java deprived the Republ...

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Sullen Bros. Circus Geraldton Season Opened AN ENTERTAINING SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 January 1948

Bullen Bros. Circus Geraldton Season Opened AN ENTERTAINING SHOW Geraldton's predilection for the cir- cus type of entertainment was clearly demonstrated last night when every available seat was occupied and many children were accommodated on the ground beside the arena at the open- ing performance of Bullen Bros. Circus on a location in Gregory Street. The box plan was booked out and from an early hour an almost endless stream poured into the tent until long before the show was scheduled to commence seating was at a premium. Unlike the early arrivals at theatre shows, who are required to stare blandly ahead of them and converse in de sotto voices,   the circus patrons who make their     appearance before the majority of the   general public arrives find ample enter-   tainment. For instance before enter-   ing the main tent last night many found   much of interest in the menagerie &nb...

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Full Scale Battle OUTBREAK IN PALESTINE Arab Village Attacked REPORTED CASUALTIES Jerusalem, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 January 1948

Full Scale Battle OUTBREAK IN PALESTINE Arab Village Attacked REPORTED CASUALTIES Jerusalem, January 17. A full scale house-to-house battle developed when four hundred Jewish National Army men attacked an Arab village last night. Uniformed Jews blew up five houses and set fire to transport sheds and a petrol dump with molotov cocktail bombs. People fled for cover as automatic fire raked the streets, and heavy explo- sions rocked houses near Mount Car- mel. The village attacked dominates the Jezreel Valley approach to Haifa. Haganah (Jewish Army) claimed to have killed eighty-two Arabs and des- troyed nineteen Arab-owned buses and an Arab bus depot in Haifa during Thursday night. Seven Arab children   and an Arab woman were officially reported killed in wrecked houses.   Royal engineers are digging for survi-   vors. Arabs claim that their guerrillas ambushed two heavily armed Jewish punitive columns in the Hebron hills and shot at least forty J...

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Letter to the Editor War in Java "Inevitable" WHO IS TO BLAME ? [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 January 1948

Letter to the Editor War in Java "Inevitable" WHO IS TO BLAME ? Sir, — The announcement by the Republicans that a full-scale war   between themselves and the Dutch is   inevitable will come as a surprise to   no one, because the writing has been   clearly on the wall since the "Cease Fire" order by U.N.O. that they intended to use the period of the truce to consolidate themselves for that day which they say is about to dawn. This early announcement by them is, of   course, the usual transparent pro-   paganda to put the blame for every-   thing on to the Dutch and we will hear   it intensified within the next few days.   Everyone knows the Dutchman has done his best to observe the conditions   of the "Cease Fire" order as far as the   bands of cut throats would allow him.   If this full-scale war does come about,   w...

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

Tired and Never Feeling Well THE CAUSE OF ANAEMIA   That persistent tired, weary feeling,   that lingering headache, sleeplessness and depression are often due to anaemia or bloodlessness. Poor blood makes you feel run-down and exhaust- ed, taking the zest out of life and causing a distraught outlook upon everything. You worry over needless trifles, become easily upset. There is no need to suffer in this way. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will help you to make rich red blood, building it up to its normal quantity of iron con- tent and red corpuscles, which carry life-giving oxygen to all the nerves, organs and tissues of the body. After Dr. Willams' Pink Pills you should feel strengthened, invigorated. The aches, pains, weakness due to anaemia should vanish. You eat better, sleep better, too. The beneficial results of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have given genuine relief to many people. At chemists and stores.   Printed by James O'Dea of 125 Fitzgerald...

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

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BOWLS Activities on Local Green CLUB PENNANT MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

BOWLS Activities on Local Green CLUB PENNANT. MATCH Under idea! weather conditions, the pennant competition of the Geraldtou fowling Club was advanced a further stage on Saturday last, and following a series of four reverses 'Gold' turned rhe rabies --n this occasion to win with a margin of twenty-four points. The green was m fair condition, and on the whole all games were of an interesting nature. For rhis match, however, there were several notable absentees, and in filling the vacancies several new members were included and gave quite a good accounts of themselves in match phiy. The teams and scores were as follows : — G. D. W. Ward, A. Logan, S. Wilton and T. Askew (capt.) ..20 T. Prior, W. McCallum, E. Savage and K. Wheat (capt.) ? jo J. Margetic, S. Mills, E. Gee ? and P. Gibson. - capt.) .. 33 F. CardiliBi, B. Bishop, T. Hicks and J. Currie (capt.) ? 25 K. McDonald, L. Zurcher, P. Stone and B. Wilkinson (capt.) ? 32 E. Christie, S. Fong, J. North over and W. Brede (capt) 21 F....

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Divorces in Sydney Judges Establish Record LAST YEAR'S LAG Sydney, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

Divorces in Sydney - ? ^ Judges Establish Record LAST YEAR'S LAG Svdnev, January 20. Five acting Supreme Court Judges have heard about S^O divorces peti tions in Sydney in the- past fortnight. This is the largest number ever hand led in such a short period. Tup Judges bare averaged more than one hundred cases daily since (hoy began their attack on last year's las of 2.-SS petitions.

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Gracie Fields on [?] Australian Visit Planned A FAMILY PARTY San Francisco, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

Grade Fields on Tour ? ^ Australian Visit Planned A FAMILY PARTY San Francisco, January 20. Gracie Fields, who is now appearing heiv. plans to take a family show to Australia nest year. The show will consist of herself, her brother (Tommy Fields), her brotheran-law (Duggie Waketield) and her husband (Monty Banks), who will produce and act in his own sketches. ? ? ? She hopes to visit New Zealand and South Africa after the Australian tour.

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To-day's Lottery Draw First Prize to Kalgoorlie A PROPHETIC NAME Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

To-day's Lottery Draw First Prize to Kalgoorlie A PROPHETIC NAME Perth, This Afternoon. The' first prize of £3,000 iu No. 400 lottery drawn to-day went to Kalgoor lie. The winning ticket was No. 76,230 taken out in the name of R. W. Blight, 112 Wilson Street, Kalgoorlie^ Ticket No. 7S,ir-S came out of the barrel second to gain £5«K). Its name was pro phetic — 'Nearly There.' No address was given. The third prize went to J. Magovern, Perth, W.A., with ticket No. 90.204. C. Belle, of 51 Viewway, Ned lands, won the fourth prize with ticket No. 50,037.

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Geraldton Rifle Club Shooting on Local Range LAST SATURDAY'S SCORES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

Geraldton Rifle Club SHooting on Local Range LAST SATURDAY'S SCORES Twelve members of the Geraldton Rhle Club ;iuu' a visitor fired over the 300 yards range on Saturday last, the scores being counted as a further stage of the grand championship and also for a club trophy. Except for :i varying light conditions were fairly good, nud as a result some good figures were recorded. L. Vecchia scored 68 off the rifle and gained .the 'possible' with handicap, and he was therefore declared the winner of the club trophy. Scores : — 300 H& 300 He. Tl. L. Vecchia .... 34 1 34 1 70 R. Burton .... 31 3 31 3 OS tf. Glass ? 30 3 30 3 Wi R.Eclcett ? 2S 4 30 4 (5-5 W. Hipped . . ..26 5 32 5 6G A. Morgan .. .. 26 '5 32 5 G6 f). Thomas .... 28 8 2i 3 0» S. Gratte ' ? 30 1 33 1 to N. Mellows .... 27 4 29 4 0-1 C. Stokes ? 27 5 26 5 63 M. Pass ? 26 4 2S 4 62 F. Edmonds .... 30 — 29 — 39 P. Ashplant .... 23 5 24 S» 37

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