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Outlawing Aggression Proviso to Marshall Plan EXPERT'S SUGGESTION Washington, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

Outlawing Aggression Proviso to Marshall Plan EXPERT'S SUGGESTION Washington, January 19. The United States and all countries participating in the Marshall Plan should mutually guarantee countries against aggression. Stating this to-day, the economist (Mr. Bernard Baruch) said that !-y guarantee he meant giving a firm pro mise to go to war in joint defence If any of them are attacked. Mr. Baruch was testifying before the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

? ? ? ?????«©? Farm *^ Buildings are better Practically everything that can be built in board can be built ' ?; heller in Masonite. The demand ' for Masonite still ?exeSeds supply, in spite of the fact- that production is being: ?constantly increased. But you will be well advised to persist in asking for it. MASONITE CORPORATION (AUSTRALIA) LIMITED Sales and Service Division: 533 Collins Street, Melbourne. ? ?????????? MAS-47 What a friendi ^0 INDIGESTION IS! When after-meal pains take all the pleasure out of eating, what a friend in need is De Witt's Antacid Powder! It neutralises gastric acidity so qujckly tfcsat even after one dose you may feel the pain dispersing and your disturbed stomach be ginning to settle down. But it does more than ease immediate distress.' It soothes and protects the inflamed stomach lining so that your next meal will not further irritate an upset digestive system. So if you always wonder dare I ritfc ? it? before ' eating the things you like, turn to De ...

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Rise in Basic Wage INCREASE IN ALL STATES Reflection of Higher Prices QUARTERLY ADJUSTMENT Melbourne, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

Rise in Basic Wage INCREASE IN ALL STATES Reflection of Higher Prices QUARTERLY ADJUSTMENT Melbourne. Januarv 111. The basic wage will rise by 'If- per week in Western Aus!i*a]i:i from the first pay jn'riod in February, such being 'A general rise iu wages reflected in the c«.st of living for the quarter which ended in December. There is a reflection --f higher price rises in Melbourne (4/-» and Hobart (3/-), and Sydney and Brisbane workers will receive a rise of 2/- per week. A. comparison of tlusuew basic rates in the various capitals^ shows Sydney at the head of the list with £.V14/-. ! Melbourne next with £.'5/13/-. Hobart ? £5/l(l/-- Adelaide £-VS/-. and Brisbane and E'erth, £i»/7/-. These rises apply in all cases where wages aVe adjusted --n a quarterly basis. The basic wage increase for awards based on the weighted average of the eost-of-!iving figures for the six capital cities is 2/-. and an increase ol 3/- arises in respect of the weighted average of the thirty towns as a w...

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FERTILISER TRIALS Minor Elements at Dongara INTERESTING RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

FERTILISER TRIALS ? «. ? Minor Elements at Dongara INTERESTING RESULTS Tl»e Inder-Secrejary for Agriculture (Mr. »;. K. liaivm Ha.vi Jias made uv;iiJ:iijJe tiie rejMirL receive«l by the Sni«-iint«Mide))t of XX'heat Fanning (Air. 1. Thomas I from the District Agricultural Adviser (Mr. -J. 1-. Thros s»-ll(. con--ernit-ji the fertiliser experi ments with minor elements, carried out Ity him. in collaboration with I lie Plant Nutrition Officer - Dr. T. C. Duutie) ou a farmer's property at Dongara. For the past ten years, a soil defi ciency problem has l»een known to exist uu the coastal wattle country at Dou gara, forty miles south of Geraldton. This soil is described as a black cal careous sand. Sir. N. Davenport, who was District Agricultural Adviser from 1JJ37-4S rejMirted in 1JJ3S a case of ?j.M per cent. Iamb mortality on a pro perty three miles north of Dougara. This was diagnosed as Ataxia which is caused by copper deficiency. Dy the use of salt-copper licks, the following year 3'...

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WEDDING BELLS Ceremony at Northampton DRAGE-CROTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

WEDDING BELLS Ceremony at Northampton DRAGE^CROTHERS At Northampton on the Ti Ii inst. a pretty informal wedding was solemn ised in the Church of St. Mary's in Ara Coeli. the' contracting parties being Mr. Douglas Haig Drage. youngest sou of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. J. Drage, j of Northamjtou, and Miss Aileeu Crothers. fourth daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. T. P. Crothers. of North ampton. Entering the church on (lie arm --f her brother (Mr. U. J. Crothers), the bride looked very petite and charming in a frock of white satin-backed -r*-pe featuring th'* modern trend in the low waistline, long jieplum ami extra skirt length. Tiny Hmvers provided a touch of color to the heart-shaped brim of her small white hat. on which the adorning while veiling finished in wide streamers j at centre back. Fresh, artistically i arranged shoulder sprays completed ] tin* attire of both the, bride and brides-] maid. } The bridesmaid was Miss Shirley Crothers. a sister of the bride, who wore a frock of...

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Greenough Road Board Monthly Meeting VERMIN INSPECTOR'S VISIT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

Greenough Road Board Monthly Meeting VERMIN INSPECTOR'S VISIT i The monthly meeting of the -Ireen- oiitrh ' !{«)??! d Hoanl was held -;ii the4]fh inst. with the chairman (Mr. M. Hum ble t presidium ov«-r Messrs. L. Duncan. M. Desmoml. .J. 1'rendergast. F. .1. Moloney and the sinreiary (Mr. W. Morris). Apologies for nouaitend jijji-i- were received from Messrs. V. Oiddle, -.'. Anderson and A. Vince. Correspondence From West Australian U ranch '»f U.S.L., seeking donation towards a fund for the extension of the State Wai Memorial in IVrth. li was agreed to forward a donation of one guinea. From Mr. Oliver, relative to catches at present iu use on gates at Wooln nooka. The secretary was instructed to iusjHVt th«- gates -ni the Woolanooka property and contact the owners 5n regard to the use of standard fas teners. From Department of Lands, with regard to the closure of Scott Itoad and | advising that in ? confirmation of this j proposal had been received from Mr. K. Donraii. The secreta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

J fected. Never lake a ciiance ! mE-£*\**^S\V\^F -ii^i-x'- -.-':t -:m^^^^B Treat the blister properly. K^K^W^5r ;ill^x .^Avm^^^^m . \-l I'll v,4^-^i I PRO DUCT OF JOHNSON & JOHNSON ^B m WQJKQ-S LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF SURGICAL DRCSS/NGS ^B y jy ?-., j^p your skin clothed with '; il '* //llll Summer Gold, h-»nry- -*J!* \ I toned foundation and fit! } face powder, your lips ' and cheeks touched lo new f-r * life with vivid, hul subtly natural ^*«y Morning.- . And for the sheer delight of golden legs against the. fresh, clear colours of your Summer frock, Slockingless Cream. Summer Gold . . . J)ay 1. 1. lion 7 2. 13 '). Fare Powder 5 '6. Gay Morning . . . LijMu-k 8 ?-. Roujiv 5 6. bliockinglcss Cream . . - Honoybeigc. Rosebeige. Romany Beige 8 3. II Cyciax Preparations exclusive in Geraidton to L. VECCHIA, . Geraidton Pharmacy ^ ? ' ^ _ .;?'? - /j — ? ' ???:---j;- P§ THE HOUSE OF QUALITY FOR YEAST GOODS ! Higgs Tea Rooms NEXT CLUB HOTEL IN MARINE TERRACE GERALDTON PASTRYCOOKS,...

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Danes Flying to Perth Transfer of a Business MORE ON THE WAY New, York, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

i Danes Flying to Perth] _ ^ ? . i Transfer of a Business ! MORE ON THE WAY j New York, .January 1!». Twelve .Panes arrived here in tho week-end on their way to Western Aus tralia. The party, including three children, are now en route to 'San Francisco, from where they will tly to Australia. j One member of rti-- party (.Mr. E. S. J Neilson). accompanied by his wife and ! small son. will join his father, who is j alraedy in l'ertb. to where he is trans- i ferruig his engir«-r-ring business from Denmark. Some other members --t' the party are also joining this enterprise ami ten more Danon will follow s«»mi.

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Wheat Variety Trial Experiments at Northampton NEW TYPES TESTED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

Wheat Variety Trial Experiments at Northampton NEW TYPES TESTED The Superintendent of Wheat Farm ing (Mr. I. Tho'iuiis) has made avail able I he I'tiilowiu^ report received fr«»iu th-; District A.^TiiulturaL Adviser (Mr. H. L. Thiosseii) -m the results of a wheat variety trial conducted on the l»r«»j»erty of Air. Ken Williams, of Nor thampton. For the past eijrht years the Depart ment of Ajrriculture has beeu wuduet iuj: a wheat variety trial in the Nor thampton district with thu object of testing .under field conditions; the yield ing capacity of promising new varieties of wheat, and. should a rust epidemic occur, study' their relative resistance or susceptibility. Since 1042 these experiments have been located on the property, of Mr. Ken Williams, about six miles north of Northampton. This year's experiment was a repeti tion of last year's and consisted of the mid-season varieties of Eureka and Kondut and the very early varieties liun^ulla. Charter. M.77 and M.SO, with the mid-sea...

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ROVERS VERSUS TOWNS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

ROVERS VERSUS TO1VNS Hovers put themselves into n favor alile posit ion when they scored 277 runs in the. first innings of their match against Towns at the Ceraidfon He--rea- tion (Ground on Sunday last. The start was not a wvy hopeful one. and with !hr«f wickets down for 2S runs, die bowlers seemed jo have established a mastery tiisturbin^ to 1he baismen. ('. Hsirlin^. however, wrs the first to denwnstrate true form with the bat and his score of 4-'» runs served to jrreatly improve Hovers' positiou. K. XX'. 1 -uiiii contributed a useful 31 run-. and in jjartnership with ('. Htiod * 47 1 assisted to put a vastly different com plexion on the jranie. The tenth man to jro to tiie crease (I*. liowiesoni pro vided the surprise* of the day and Jiis 74 (not out) was made in confident fashion. ' His score included no less thai) thm* sixes and eiu'lit Jours. an-J although iie displ.-iyinl ,-m ahilily to punish loose lialls. he was equally :ldei;t at dealing with ^ootl leuytli deliveries. .1....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths IN MEMORIAM BURMESTER, E. F. (Sergeant, 2/llth Battalion. A.l.'F.) — In loving memory of my dear husband (Ted), killed in action at Tobruk on January 21st, 1941. — Inserted by his loving wife (Betty), Geraldtou. BURMESTER (Sergeant E. F., 2/llth Battalion) — In loving memory of our dear son and brother (Ted), killtnj in action at Tobruk on January 21st, 1941. — Ever remembered by his loving mother and family. | „ . - ... , BURMESTER, E. F. (Sergeant, 2/llth Battalion, A.I.F.) — In loving niemory 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 (Mary) — In loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away on January 19th, 1947. To-day is a day of remembrance, A day I will never forget ; Your memory to me is a treasure, Your absence a lifetime regret. — Inserted by her loving husband (Reuben). CRIDDLE (Mary)— Treasured mem ories of our devoted daugh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

/W ccttkcctfpv ptthecfr whig/ WMt , ?/ Now you, too, can make those wispy, fluffy, ^^K^^^^^^^^k meltingly-textured cakes like those Mum used ^^^^^K^^^ to make when she had Cream of Tartar to help f *^ s^l^ her. Cream of Tartar is back again in the leading brands of Self -Raising Flour and Baking Powder. You have only to use it to realise the amazing improvement it brings to your sponges, cakes, scones, steam puddings and dumplings! Now available in leading brands of JSSJ Self-Baising Flour and Baking Powder j/^lw^ ijJ^v Use none but Cream of Tartar Self-Raising Flour or **JK&rffl /'iS^lS diftoient. Baking Powder. Then — what a joy to open your oven Htmakwk v&/' ^r/SnAiMS and see perfect and even rising! Improved texture, flU^V^I^ \-.('!j MAi! mFr °M perfect flavour, melting lightness and all-over even f/i^Hft //^jjf/^ OBAPESJ rising are certainties when you use Cream of Tartar — [t^^Bfa/Jgfty-fy made from sun-ripened grapes. Be sure the label says ^i^g^ - 'Contains C...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL Koolinda. Due To-morrow.— En route to Fix'inantle from Darwin, the in.v. Kooliuda of the State Shipping Service, is due to berth at Geraldton to-morrow at 7 a.m. when it will land about 2,000 sheep which were embarked at Car narvon. TaiAer Leaves Part— The Dutch tanker Bareurecht, which berthed in Geraldton on Saturday morning iast to .discharge 2,000 tons of motor spirit and .100 tons, of power* kerosene left Geraldtou for Abadan on the Persian Gulf at 12.40 p.m. yesterday. The vessel was scheduled to depart at 15.45 p.m. on Sunday, but owing to trouble with certain members of the crew the sailing of the ship was delayed. Bicycle Stolen. — A bicycle, the pro perty of Mr. F. H. Mead, was stolen from the railway yards during the night of January 14th, or in the early hours .of the following day. Mead, a locomotive driver, left the bicycle at the side of the water tanks near tiie locomotive sheds whilst be was work ing and when he returned at 3 a.m. found it had disa...

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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies ♦ ? Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES There was a complete change of pro- ! gramme at the fiadio Theatre last j nigiir, the feature films being 'The Sailor Takes a Wife' and 'Love Let ters,'' supported by a newsreel and :i brevity, aud this fare will be repeated to-night (Tuesday)' and again tomor row (Wednesday) nighr. The pro gramme for Thursday night next will be as follows: — (1) — Newsreel. (2)— 'G.I. War Brides' (Anna Lee, James Ellison and Harry Daven port). (3)— Brevity. (4) — 'Brenda Starr— Reporter' (5)— 'Fool's Gold' (William Boyd, Andy Clyde and Hand Brooks J. 'Love Letters' ?'Love Letters,' starring Jennifer Jones and Joseph Cotten, will be screened to-night and again to-morrow night. The central scene of the drama is 'Meadow Farm,'1 a dreary shambles, stuck away in the Moors, hiding its viqlent past in the strange interior. Long deserted, the -= walls only faintly echo the fearful terror which must have rung through the rooms with piercing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

MISCELLANEOUS wwjwwwwv^j-^^/-a^-w.«.v.w- , a^vawvwvwwvww ? i TO-NIGHT ? AND ? WEDNESDAY !A USTRALIA Day Ball in Geraldton 'i t „ „ ., Town Hall; novelties galore and !' Positively the funniest bridal complications since Cupid cauie to Hollywood! special roller-cycling exhibition : -pre- 5 ROBERT WALKER AND JUNE ALLYSON IN ! rsff^ar* -J *- -J ' . «the sailor takes a wife' . (QHKOME Hub Covers ior Cars and \ -N0T »™ABLK FOR GENERAL EXHIBITION) Utilities are again available at '| Dedicated (with apologies) to every nervous bride and groom! A perfect Young Motors Limited, Geraldtou. {? i,0liev of a honeymoon ivith one honey too many! QROTHERS' Sew Home at Northamp- || ALSO UNIVERSAL NEWSREEL, BREVITY AND ftotDJ^^n^oTSuSJ!!?S i Iove letters' *****-* letiers lhat brou-ht her ttie ecstasy of love- '* 5 pan. on Saturday, January 24th; '! madness of murder! children must be accompanied by an JENNIFER JONES AND JOSEPH COTTEN IN adult. ? DESK CALENDAHSIBefflls for 194S . V LJjIIIiWaJ are now o...

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Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Holiday Meeting WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Holiday Meeting WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY The fi'llowinir weights have beeu -lt¥«-laiv-! l'«»r next Saturday's iiii«tr«» pnlitan ''Mine. wlii«h will constitute the iirst «lay's racinji of a week-end holiday meeting to lie conducted :»t l»'M-!«|ii:irters by the Western Aus tralian Turf Club: — WAYLKN HANU1CAI' I For iive-year-iild maidens and under) Seven furlongs Cyclotron - - i) -J Gilgirini; ? 7 S Tonkin - - - 8 ~» His Double - 7 S Wilniare ? 8 5 Muttie - - - 7 S Our Treat - - S :» Aprosan ? 7 'i Kai-rawiiiirie -tj 3 Kpie l»onie - 7 4 Melmly Girl - S 1 Tyrol Prince 7 3 Good Quality S 1 Miss Wave - 7 2 lanto Tolly - S 1 T.eau Lass - - 7 0 Kiiavant - - - 8 1 liepeat ? 7 0 Sky Lady - - 7 12 I restoubiiry 7 0 Lady I-ainty 7 10 Wban^arie - 7 0 Anne's Idea - 7 10 Valdaviau - - 7 O Charmani - - 7 10 Kaluuiiliu - - 7 0 IVaumadis - 7 ;- lial.sore - - - 7 0 -;ij:olcrcs - - 7 S Taiuiiiin ? 7 0 CAIiJClYAL STAKES (Maiden two-year-olds, special weights) l-'ive furlongs I...

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Public Examinations Junior Certificate Results TARDUN BOYS' SUCCESSES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

Public Examinations Junior Certificate Results TAKDUN BOYS' SUCCESSES The following successes were obtain1 ed by students of the Christiau I Irot hers' Agricultural School at Tar dun in the recent Junior Certificate examination of the Western Australian ( 'ni versify : — Covell. Patrick — hnglish. History, Arithmetic and Algebra, i.Jwmetry. and Trigonometry, Physics, Chemistry, Hiology. ?Lynch. Des — History. Arithmetic and Algebra. (leouietry and Trigonometry, j Physics, Chemistry. Technical Draw ing. Cassidy. Thomas — Latin. J Mifl'y. Camillo — Latin. Addenbrooke. John — History. Geome try and Trigonometry. Chemistry, Technical 1 'rawing. Harileit. Rod — History. Arithmetic ami Algebra. Geometry and Trigonome try. Chemistry. White. K. — Chemistry. Carrnthers. LJrian — Knglish. Northantptcii Fanners' Vnien Meeting — With an attendance of twenty-six members, the annual meeting of the Northampton Hrawh of the Farmers' I'nioii was hold at Northampton on the 12th hist. The chief busine...

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FUNERAL Late Donald Campbell Broad NARRA TARRA CEREMONY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 20 January 1948

FUNERAL Late Donald Campbell Broad NARRA TARRA CEREMONY The funeral of the late Mr. Donald Campbell Broad, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. I). E. Broad, of Mellenbye Station, whose death occurred at the home of his parents on the 13th inst., took place in the Narra Tarra Cemetery on the following day with the Rector of Green ough (Rev. R. W. Laurie) officiating at the graveside. The deceased gentle man, who spent the whole of his life with his parents, had been in ill-health for many years, but despite this fact his death occurred in somewhat sudden   circumstances. There was quite a   large gathering of friends and relatives at the cemetery, the chief mourners' being Messrs. D. E. Broad (father), L. Broad and F. Broad (brothers), F. Green (grandfather), E. Green (uncle) and F. Broad, H. Broad, J. Broad and W. Broad (cousins), and the pall bearers were Messrs. B. F. Wilkinson, A. Clarke, C. E. Stow, F. I'eanse, D. Preston and R. Seaman. The casket was carried fr...

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PHASES OF THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

PHASES OF THK MOON T-iat Quarter, .la unary 3rd : Now Moon January ]lth: First Quarter. ? .lanua.lv lyth ; Full Moon, January 'joili. '

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SUNRISE AND SUNSET FIGURES FOR JANUARY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

SUNRISE AND SUNSET FIGURES FOR JANUARY Hay ltise Set l-ay Uise Set 1 r..-'! t:s- \ 17 '..:«) T.ii.'- I ?j ?».:?-; 7.2~i ; is r,.:iu 7.24 j 3 n.i:7 T.^n i v.) ,r,Au 7.24 j 4 u.l-'T 7.2.1 j 20 ;Ti.41. 7.24 i ~» H.i'S! 7.2-» ! 21 T..42 7.24 0 5.20 7.20 j 22 T..42 7.23 7 r,.?,ij 7.2i; I 23 '..43 7.23 5 T..31 7.2G ; 24 fi.44 ' 7.22 I) .'-.:»! 7.20 I '1~* ri.4-1 7.22 ! 10 f,.32 7.2^5 ; 20 .ri.4-i 7.22 j 3 1 T).33 7^*5 j 27 ',.47 7.22 ! 12 5.34 7.2.~- J 2S H.4S 7.21 j 13 r..3.'» 7.2r» ; 20 ~,AU 7.21 | 14 n.3»; 7.2-'i ; 30 r-.r-0 7.21 ir» n.37 7.2'. I 31 aril 720 7«; 5.3S 7.25 i j

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