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LONDON PRESS COMMENTS THE ASHES FOR ENGLAND: SACKCLOTH FOR AUSTRALIA. London, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

LONDON PRESS COMMENTS THE ASHES 3?OB ENGLAND: SACK. CLOTH FOR AUSTRALIA. London, January £. 'Our Ashes' was the pithiest re i poster confronting the eye in London VhL; morning. Everywhere- the talk centres less on the obvious triumph than on the-prosbect of England's win ning the next two tests. Everybody seems to regard it as a foregone con clusion. The 'Evening Standard' reintro duces the snapshot of smiling Chapman within a frame of a horseshoe, and it transfers the Collins sobriquet 'lucky' to him. ' ' England keeps the Ashes an-5 Australia has the sackcloth' is how the paper leads off its story o£ this test match. 'Bravo Both!' says the 'Ob er ver,' and it adds: 'England's victory, extracted in the teeth of adversity, was the climax of one of the greatest week 7s of combat. Bradman and a'Becket foreshadow, thank Heaven, the glor jious struggle of youth against youth. Lords and the Oval in 1030 should see larger crowds than ever before. We had to fight every inch of the way in t...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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THE BOWLING Melbourne, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

THE BOWLING Melbourne, January 7. The Australian, bowling on sSaturxlny in the Engiii-ninen^s final innings in the third Test. Mjatch was as follows: — Grimmett, 2 for 96. - Blackie, 1 for 75. Qxenham, 1 lot M. ? . . . Ryder, I .for 16. ' '' : - .

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AMUSEMENTS. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

AMUSEMENTS. TO-MIGHT'S PBOGttAaCME. 1. HONEYMOON HATE.— A domes tic comedy — Florence Vidor. 2. GAZETTES — 3 Scenic 3. KOOKIES^-A Comedy Eiot, Karl Dane and G. K. Arthur. At the piano: Mr. Fred Spargo. j Cookies'' — Comedy Supreme. „ -'-\ Humour in a new form. The duel off wits between a recruit and a hard- ? boiled sergeant in a citizens' training ' camp, with a gretty girl to help things' along. See 'Bookies,' screening to-' night only. - -'. - ... .| 'Honeymoon Hate.' ': | When storm signals are flying, tnk-r : warning! Here are hubby and wifcy'. in a hubbub of hate for each other. Florence Vidof appears in 'Honey- moon Hate,' screening to-night. 'West of Broadway.' She came out of the East like a whirlwind into the West and into the heart of a woman-hater. Priseilla Dean in the most delightful role in 'West of Broadway,' on Tuesday. Jcluiny Hi rtes Comedy. Incredibly funny arc the situations in which Johnny Hint's figures iu 'The Wright Idea,'? on Tuesday. 'Smut Kngers.' Mystery...

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LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

LOCAL & GENERAL. New Agent. — Mr. E. F. Sander, ot Eleanor-street, 77-79, has been added to our list of agents, and copies may be purchased from him. Parliament. — The Legislative Coun cil and the Legislative Assembly, which adjourned on December 20 to January 8, have been prorogued to t'ebruary 2L __ Presbyterian ChnrcSu — The Ladies' Guild of St. John's Presbyterian Church will resume their^ weekly meet ings on Thursday afternoon, and will discuss the' preliminary arrangements for the annual bazaar to be held in March. Those willing to help in this connection are ' requested to attend. Travellers. — Why pack away in trunks things you -xrant on the journey, or why have an armful of brown paper parcels, when for^the price of from 8/6 to 40/- you can purchase a suitcase tt. suit your taste and convenience t In spect our big range of all styles.— -ius- cott's, Marine-terrace. I Shippers .Basy. — According to the local customs official, shipping In Ger aldton, from the end of N...

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GUTHA NEWS. December 29, 1928 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

GUTHA NEWS. (From our owa Correspondent) Dec-ember 29, 19:28 On November a plain and fajity dre:-:s bail was held' ac Guiha, in aid o£ the Guthu Dist'ict Ban.'i funds. ThQrr. was il record attendance, visitors came I10111 all parts of thv district, the music being supplied by the local band, with the able assistance 'of Miss E. Pcarn at the piano. The various prize winners were: — Best-dressed Couple: Mr. and Mrs. Payne, as Picrotts; best dressed lady: Miss Starr, as Spanish Dancer; best -dressed gentleman: Air. E. Taylor; most original character: Mr. J. C. Moir. The judgos were two visit ing ladies from Perth (Miss Jones and i Miss Kelly). ifr. D. Payne acted as M.C., and gave complete satisfaction. Donations and refreshments were gen erously donated by Mr. F. W. Smith, .Mr. li. Pugh, -iutha Cc-op. Stores, ami Mrs. Mills was in charge of the cater ing arrangements, and they were car? ricd cut in her usual up-to-date man ner. The iucjjs will be considerably augmented as the result o...

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CARE OF NATIVES GOOD WORK AT MOGUMBER [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

CARE OF NATIVES GOOD WORK AT - MOGUMBER The presence of the Honorary JS^m-r^M ister in charge of the Aborigines He-^^s partment (Mr. Kitson) and Hie CSief^ J| I Protector of Aborigines (Mr. Mevilte) ^j I lent extra interest to tie animal C3iti^-._-'|| mas tree function conducted at ,tti£ ^J^ Moore River Native SetUwnent near ' J Mogumber. Among the visitcME mxe ^.'MigSm people from Perth, Moora and 3IjDgam- ''-sHll bcr, and a most enjoyable evening was *€§11 spent, thanks to the hospitality StaC: ~^Sm forethought of the superintendent and *.J|hw matron (Mr. and Jars. A. J. Xcal). *J.J^1B The natives are a happy, eare-free^^^^^ community. They arc at liberty and ^^jig| unburdened with responsibility The ''^sSs reserve totals llflOO acres, mclsdu^ 1gP 450 acres cleared. Of the dealing. .4GtiH~ ~2JS§i| acres have been cleared in the^ laslk -iffM eighteen months. The acreage under ^3f|§ crop is 300, mostly sandpfcun. J3ts ^3B 00 acres of crop yielded 50 tons of hay,— '^33§§j and the bal...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

NOTES AND COMMENTS (By 'Lynx.') After a fortnight's postponement, the games, were re.uuied in fhe competition for the Geraldton Association Prcnitcr j-hip on the Eecreation Ground on Sat urday last. Cosmopolitans, on the .Vo. 1 Wicket failed to get wTchiii tlie re quired distance of Australs' first in nings score of 242 to save a one in nings defeat. Smith, their smart wicket-keeper, was absent, leaving them I with only ten men to bat, J. Gibson and J. iJavie., open«U for their side to j the bowling of J. Groessier aud 1. Roll- ' ings. Gibson was suffering from the ef- j fects of a strain, and was not in con- , union to '-Jay the woou on' as is his i wont, andj had to be content with sin- i gles instead of boundaries; many loose balls passing him unpunished. He re mained at the wickets until 5-i were on the board; a perfect 'trimnier' from K. May getting over his bat an dstrik ing the ferule of his middle stump, hid score ocing 17. His partner, J. Davie-s. did not last long. After s...

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THE TRUTH ABOUT MONTE CARLO PLAYERS MUST LOSE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

THE TROTH ABOUT MONTE CARLO PLAYERS MUST LOSE Vast fortunes are reputed to have, been won at Monte Carlo; but they' are few, and .the stories about them.; are likely to exaggerate the truth, as; might be expeeted when their setting j is that famous rendezvous of princes' on the shore of the Mediterranean {?writes S. B.* Chester in the Adelaide; 'Advertiser'). The cold truth neve*; discourages, howjever, the swarms of: visitors who go to . Monte Carlo tot play. They bring old systems that have; cost . them losses for years. - They; bring new systems. They put up with; the '.'no smoking' rule, and they wait' sometimes for hours for places ' at the ?JiBVfi they are going t^- make a lrilling. ISise ?yiy;jplayJf -.?? .- . Every time I visit the Casino I am filled with fresh wonder that people in their right minds can imagine -there is money to be made at the tables ot Monte Carlo. I have an old acquain tance who holds a high official posi tion in England. He has a , comfort able income, ...

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KNOCKED DOWN BY CAR MILKMAN FATALLY INJURED Perth, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

KNOCKED DOWN BY CAR m MILKMAN FAT-AliLY INJURES Perth, January 7. While delivering milk in South Perth early yesterday morning, Oliver Cant well (22), single, of Queen's Park, was knocked down and fatally injured by a motor car, driven by Victor Francis, of Morawa. Francis, who is manager for the Mor awa Co-operative Company, said that about 3 a.ni. ho was driving towards Perth along the Perth-Fremantle-road, South Perth. On topping a hill about a mile from the Causeway he saw headlights of Cantwell's milk truck on the wrong side of the road forty yards ahead. He could not tell whether or not tho truck was moving, and to avoid a col lision he swerjjed? completely off the road on his correct side. As he pass ed' the truck, which was stationary, Cant well, carrying a milk can, ran from behind it in front of the car and was knocked down. Gantwell was ta ken to the Perth Hospital, where he was found to be dead.

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

It FOUNTAIN PENS OF QUALITY are M~RE fflk^SSSM '^8! Ba at your price and bearing names ofmanitja.turers V * 3i39 ' ~ - Bl that tire, known. wKerever people writ-e. I -\ou -xl- L- J5i jTiWh *^^ Wrm ready have one we can repair it when necessary — yft (-&- V9 ipS! Bl supplying new points or parts. When you want V v-^J*^ *W Is -^sS* Vt\ to makesomeone a presertremembcr the Fountain \X=^A / | IS ~ jSsK Ml Pen is the 'write3' gift— and tin's die 'Wiic' \^ fr^XS -'^ H ROCK df DINEEN | 3 El THE PRINTERS AND STATIONERS Phone 171 9 -53 ||| MARINE TERRACE, QERALDTON fi ^ ^^BAJgUQBgBniDMnnEHHlIIHHlIMKlZBIC^ -v%p THE 'MAJESTIC' LOOSE LEAF BINDER -| It is very strong and durable and has the advantage of holding two v£'~ or three sheets just as firmly and securely as 500 or 1000. -U^I Sheets can be rmeoved or inserted very quickly and easily by adding -jff^ two or three inch cestion temporarily and locking the top cover high np. ~~ 2 This affords the space necessary and sheets* are insert...

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SCAPA FLOW SURRENDERED FLEET SALVAGE OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

SCAPA FLOW SURRENDERED FLEET SALVAGE OPERATIONS. For sale, 18 battle cruisers and one light cm&er, sunii m ocajja £io\v by a. defeated enemy; once the pride of dei many; took part in the iiattle of Jutland; bargains at ±500 and £1000 each; {JrospectiviJ purchasers must give prooi at Dona fides; for whom desired and for what purpose. Apply in firsf mstanue at Admiralty. This, in the language, of tae adv-cr tisement columns, sums up the posi tion with regard to the German fleet, now rusty and barnacle-covered after nine years in the depths of Seapa Flow, says the London 'Sunday News.' There still remain to be sal ved 18 battle-cruisers and one light cruiser, -representing a tonnage of be-1 tween 350,000 and 400,000. They comprise: — Kaiser, Friedrich der Orosse, Prince fiegent Luitpold, Konig Albert, Kron prinz, Vou der Tann, Bremen, Pillau, Brummer, Konig, Grosser Kurfurst, Bayern, Markgraf, HindenHurg, Em den, Frankfurt, Koln, and Bremse. The first of the big vessels to be s...

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

PERSONAL. The ChusSE Secretary (Mt J. M. t%* Drew, M.L.C.) will arrive in Gerald- .-ifi urn to-morrow on a brief private -visit. \ ' ;-l The Grand Duke Nicholas of JBussia :^3 died at Nice (France) last Saturday. ^ He was an uncle of the late Czatr, and r :f was commander-in-chief of the B'««» '--:£': Army during the early stages of tie ' -^ Great War. ,:.:;; During recent years, the Bev. W, fc %£0lM Beekie, of St John's 'Presbyteri^^^|| Church, has frequently travelled to -2:^8 Perth, attending the Theological ITai^ 'i?S in order to qualify for additional ,«a- -- :^^B tus in the Presbyterian Churen ct'.^i-^p Australia. During this special tsooxBm^-'^^M of study, Mr. Reekie has undertaken- ??jrlifgk additional subjects, -viz.^ -the Greek: ^i^tfi and Hebrew languages, etc, gaining ^Ir^im high marks in same. Professor A. B-\;rlSfl fioss, of the Perth ? University, anil ^iiSS Convener of the Theological Hall -S«n- C &^B mittee, has received information iram--J:3f|j|l Melbourne,...

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THE FOURTH INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

THE FOURTH INNINGS. The task, of making more than 300 runs to win in the fourth innings of a test match has been set on 26 occas ions, but has only once been accom plished previously. The occasion was wheii' Australia scored 315 for six wickets in Adelaide in- 1902. Kng j land made the record score for a fourth | innings, of 411 in Sydney in 1924-25, but had been set 605 to win. This has i been the only fourth innings to exceed 400 runs. Mr. Richard Kcarton, the well known field-naturalist, tells the follow ing story in his autobiography, 'A | Naturalist's Pilgrimage': 'Not long , ago a Vorkshireman died in the town of ? . The date of his funeral was advertised hi tne local papers, and all I friends invited to attend the last sad ; --?reiuony. The announcement was read by an old school chum of the de --oasou, wlio had just returned from ^. !-ui^ sojourn in America, and was, o* '?'iirs', quifc unknown to the widow. This gcntleuan attended the funeral, and after the coffin had been lo...

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PIONEER PASSES Death of Mr. L. C. Burges Snr. A FULL AND ACTIVE LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 7 January 1929

PIONEER PASSES Death of Mr. L. C. Burges Snr. A FULL AND ACTIVE LIFE. Mr. Lockier Clere Burges, one of the early pioneers of the district, passed away last night at the advanced age of 87 years, and his death will be greatly regretted by a very wide circle of friends, not only in this district, but throughout the State, for he, during his long and active life, had taken a pro- minent part in developing the State. Born in Co. Tipperary, Ireland, Mr. Burges lost both his parents when he was very young, and he was brought up by his uncles, Messrs. William and Lockier Burges, who were prominent in the early days of settlement. When quite a young lad he came with his uncles to Western Australia, and in his early years was engaged in the efforts which were then being made to estab- lish sheep raising in the North-West. The story of the thrilling adventures he passed through, and of the murder of some of the party by natives was told by Mr. Burges in "Pioneers of the Nor-West," which he pu...

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

THE EXPLORER /This is the, land he «sed to know; He, who aow lies a fathom deep. All where these lovely wild flowers blow, Walked one who now lies rapt in ? eleep. He sawi the wattle's golden walls, ? On the river's bank, rise tall and fair; Heard the . wild tumult of the falls, lake a great organ shake the air. On mountain 'tops, he saw the snow, Marked the wild swan in homeward flight, While around him in its lovely giowj Spread the fair landscape to his sight. .This is the land of which he spoke, .? Crossing its vastness to explore; Seeking the timid Woodland folk, i-ar'i'g of nature's unvoiced lore. He did not fear the might of storm. Safe from the skirl of blinding rain; His great camp fire roared high and warm, Till morning broke in peace again. Here by this downward falling stream, On this lake's surf ace, his canoe Broke ripples, while the world adream, 'Had scarce thrown off her morning dew. Here many a lovely pluinaged bird, Afforded him a strange delight, And that deep re...

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ASTRONOMICAL SUNRISE AND SET. FOR MONTH OF JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 8 January 1929

ASTRONOMICAL SUNRISE AND SET. FOR MONTH OF JANUARY. Following are the hours or ?unrisa and ^ui^ct based on figures kindly ! supplied by the Government Astrono mer (Mr. H. B. Curlewis) for the longi tude and latitude of Geraldton: — Sunrise Sunset Stfnrise Sunset 1 a.L'G 7.^'5 I 17 5.3S 7.25 1' S.lMi 7.1'5 ] 18 5.39 7.L'5 3 'i.-ll T.-J5 | 19 5.40 7.25 -t ;').-2S T.'Ja I 20 5.41 7.25 5 a.L'S 7.L'5 I 21 5.42 7.24 0 5.29 7.2G 22 5.43 7.24 7 5.1'y 7.2H 23 5.44 7.24 S 5.30 7.26 24 5.44 7.23 0 5.^1 7.2(5 25 5.45 7.23 1' 5.:;2 7.1.-() | 2ij 5.4(i 7.22 Jl 5.:y.\ 7.20 -21 5.47 7.22 12 5.34 7.20 28 5.4S 7.22 V.\ .1.35 7.26 29 5.49 7.21 ' 14 5.3G 7.20 30 5.50 7.21 15 5.37 7.2(5 31 5.51 7.20 ](j 5.3S 7.25

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PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 8 January 1929

PHASES OF Till-; MOON. Lahit Quaiter. January o; New Mouu January 11; First Quarter, January IS; Full Moon, Januury/25.

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GERALDTON AND METROPOLITAN BEACHES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 8 January 1929

GERALDTON AM) METROPOLITAN BEACHES A FORMEB GALA DAT AT GEKALDTON.

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PERTH HOLIDAY MAKERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 8 January 1929

PERTH HOLIDAY MAKERS DELIGHTS OF COTTESLOE BEACH

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AN EXPENSIVE OVERSIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 8 January 1929

AN EXPSN&lYE OVERSIGHT. Owing to a curious oversight. on the part of the handicapper and the clerk of the course at 'Manchester' (Eng.), the Last Selling Handicap Plate, lim ed to be run at a recent meeting, was declared void. The_ conditions. of toe race were that the lowest weight should not be less than' 6stl*71b. but, in compiling fals handicap the h?».ii«1i capper allotted less than that weight to ten of the -worses entered. The at tention of the clerk of the course wa* drawn, to the matter, and the stevraeds decided to declare the race- void, at the same time fining the handicappe'1 30 sbva. -_-';? _ . ? .?.;.??? 4: :.;'-'.?

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