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DISTRICT RACING Holiday Meeting at Geraldton WEIGHTS FOR MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

DISTRICT RACING Holiday Meeting at Geraldton WEIGHTS FOR MONDAY The following weights have been ' declared for the holiday race meeting to be conducted by the Victoria Dis trict Turf Club on the course at Utar karra ou Monday next (Anniversary Day- :— NORTHAMPTON HACK RACE Five furlongs Calliboo - - 10 8 Nadia ? 9 7 Gay Shock 10 7 Guy Fawkes 0 7 Eleta ? 10 3 Whyso - - - 9 7 Wincosy - - 10 ? 0 Danny ? 9 7 Coleter ? 9 12 MINGENEW HACK RACE Six furlongs Enokurra - - 11 0 Staralong - - 9 7 Sil. Whale - 11 0 Loch Cress - 9 7 Conto - - - 10 12 Gold Pnnce 9 7 Mayo - - - 10 5 Blue Lady - 9 7 Miss Dot - - 30 5 Balkama - - 9 7 Sol f uriel - - 10 3 San Br y - - 9 7 Gins ?- ? 9 12 Royal Cunje 9 7 Gothita - - - 9 7 JOHN SHEA HANDICAP About one mile and 100 yards Gay Label - 10 9 Enokurra - - 9 7 Tipperary - 10 «5 Bional ? 9 7 Tamala L. - 10 3 Staralong - - 9 7 Mulgine - - 10 2 WALKAWAY HACK RACE Six furlongs Calliboo - - 10 8 Nadia ? ^9 7 Gay Sl»ock 10 7 Guy Fawkes 9 7 Eleta ? 10 3 Whyso ? 9 7 L...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Tourists for Japan American Liners' Voyage CONDITIONS OUTLINED San [?] January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Tourists for Japan American Liners' Voyage -£ONDITKlgi-^LINED San Fra|iclc^fenuary 2L The ~»S!- passengers atjjtfard the liners President Cleveland and President Polk will be the first tourists allowed to visit Japan since the Pacific war started. The President Cleveland is making her maiden voyage. Allied authorities in Tokio have informed the President Line that the passengers will be allowed asbftre when the two ships visit the city for conr ducted tours- only. Further conditions of the visit are that passengers must leave on the same ships on which they arrive and inust*uiake souvenir purchases in yen obtained through the United States army at the official rate of r»0 yen to (he dollar. .

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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CRICKET Upper Chapman Association TEAMS VISIT MULLEWA [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

CRICKET Upper Chapman Association TEAMS VISIT MULLEWA The premiership fixtures of the Upper Chapman Cricket Association were suspended on Sunday last ro allow two teams representative of the district to play return matches at Mullewa.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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VICTORY FOR MULLEWA [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

VICTORY FOB MULLEWA In the match between the No. 2 J teams Mullewa ran out winners by G3 runs. The Upper Chapman team bat ted first for a total of 93 runs, J. Wil liamson top-scoring with a registration of 20 runs. R. Bone was the destroy ing angel and he took five wickets for 34 runs. Mullewa No. 2 replied with a j total of 156 runs, V. Keeffe (60 not out) i and K. Criddle (50) being the chief J contributors to the score. D. Criddle { finished with the good bowling figures ! of four wickets for six runs. Details j of the scores are as follows: — J UPPER CHAPMAN No. 2 j J. Williamson, b V. Keeffe ? 20 N. Stokes, e Ruurers, b Wanderbury 3 : D. Wheeldon, c Keeffe, b Wander- j bury ? ? ? '» K. Criddle, c Chandler, b Bone . . 9 , N. Kupsch, c Bone, b Wanderbury 7 i R. Criddle, c Keeffe, b Bone .... 6 ; V. Criddle, c and b Bone ? 18 H. Culloton, b Keeffe ? 3 R. Simpson, b Bone ? 0 j H. Hay ward, b Bone .....' ? 7 i D. Criddle, not out ? 10 , Sundries .. ? 4 ; Total 93 « Bowling : R. Boue...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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A DRAWN MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

A DRAWN MATCH Winning the toss, Mullewa No. 1 elected to make first use of the wicket and at the tea adjournment they had scored 10!- runs for the loss of seven wickets. W. Haley displayed his true form and in an entertaining knock com piled 63 runs before he fell a victim to the bowling of L. Criddle. C. Cutbush contributed a useful and well-made 38 runs to the total. The Upper Chap man bowling was not outstanding, Kel Criddle, however, finishing with the j creditable figure of two wickets for 16 ! runs. Upper Chapman had lost six J wickets for a total of ir-8 runs when i stumps were drawn. L. Criddle car- ' ried his bat for a registration of 58 1 runs, whilst G. Lanigan, a member of | the opening partnership, knocked up 45 j runs in pleasing fashion. B. May i struck a useful patch with the ball and ' took three goods wickets for nine runs. The match resulted in a 'draw. Details of the scores are as follows : — MULLEWA No. 1 B. Silver, c Lanigan, b Kel Criddle 3 C. Cutbush, c Maide...

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ABROLHOS TOURISTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

ABROLHOS TOURISTS The following passengers travelled to the Abrolhos Islands by the work boat 'Suda Bay' yesterday : — Messrs. j Downes, Byfield, Sanderson, Jacoby, j Gordon. Downie, Cairns and Sasche. j Mesdames Sanderson. Jacoby. Downie j ami Cairns. Misses Webb. LyneK j Sasche Serisier and Master Cairns. j

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD The following are the passengers who travelled by the bus of the Mid land Railway Company between Perth and Geraldton during the past few davs: — Perth to Geraldton (Tuesday.) — Messrs K. Byfield, B. Dowues, M. Schofield, L. Irevitali, Logan, McConkey, Ham niitJ., H. Nairn. Willis and Foster. Mesdames A. Schofield, MoNamara, McConkey. Thomas and Herst, Misses Ritchie and Buteu. Geraldton to Perth (Wednesday) — Messrs. II. C. Pitman. S. Langley, H. Mildred. .1. Hose, Fabian. N. P. Barn don, P. C Reynolds. Wheeler, Hesperd. Chamberlain, Carver and McKelvie. Mesdames M. Butler, G. Cant, W. Clinch, L. Perry, Wheeler, Hesperd. Humphrey and Coc-iiran. Misses Cant, N. Whitehurst, S. O'Malley and Pol- } lard. j Perth to Geraldtou (Wednesday) — | Messrs. O. K. Battye, L. Olsen. K. j Easther, F. McKenzie, D. Brand, H. N. ! Cranhill, Eruberson and Brother Hig- ! gins, Mesdames Sithe and V. Gav- J rauich, Misses F. Gavranich, A. Sor ...

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TENNIS Tournament at Mingenew DRAW FOR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

TENNIS ? -^» ? Tournament at Mmgenew | DRAW FOR SATURDAY As an annual iixture which attracts ijuite a large number ol players from various parts oi the northern areas, the Norm Midlands Tennis Tourua uieiu «ill be conducted at Miugeuew during next week-end, play being j xLeduU-d to commence on Saturday j afternoon and extend over the following] i wo days. Officials aud members of j the Mingenew Club liave spared neither i lime nor effort in an endeavour to have the courts iu good playing condi tion, and with a big entry for all events it is anticipated that the tournament will provide a very pleasant week-end lor both competitors and spectators. .The following is the draw for Satur-j day next : — | 1 p.m. j Women's Handicap Singles — No. G ( court. Mrs. Payne versus Miss Thome. Meu's Championship Singles — No. 2 court, Rowe versus Elliott ; No. 3 court, Logan versus House. Women's Handicap Singles — No. .'3 ' iov.rt.' Miss C. Lynch versus Miss F. I Rich ; No. 1 court, Miss M. Brown ...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL ? — ♦ ? Current Coupons. — The current coupons for butter -4 to 6) and meat (red, 8 to 14 and blue, 9, 11, 13 and 1'») will expire on Sunday. There will be no change in tea coupons until Feb ruary 22nd, when 1 to 4 will expire. Thefts at Carnarvon. — A sum of mouey amounting to approximately £33(5 was reported stolen from various rooms in the P*-rt Hotel at Carnarvon during 'January 19th. One man reported the loss of over £320. Later in the day the Carnarvon police arrested and charged a man with hav ing created a disturbance. Matinee Programme. — Filmed in technicolor, 'The Yearling' will bp screened at the matinee at the Radio Theatre on Saturday next. The pro duction stars Gregory Peck and Jane Wyman. and set in the picturesque Florida backwoods, the film rells tho story of the Baxter family, their son j Jody (Claude Jaruian, jun.), and his pet fawn ('Flag'). The film is set against a background of stirring adven ture and inspiring scenic grandeur. Short subject...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

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Asylum Patients Charges of Cruelty Denied MEASURES OF RESTRAINT Sydney, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Asylum Patients Charges of Cruelty Denied MEASURES OF RESTRAINT Sydney, January 22. The Minister for Health (Mr. Kelly) admitted to-day that refractory women patients at the Gladesville Mental Asylum were tied to benches for cer tain periods, but there was no cruelty. he said. The patients were fastened by canvas hags, a practice in asylums all over the world. It was neither gruesome^, nor crueL The patients had to l-e restrained^ because they were a danger to them selves, other patients and nurses, he said. Mr- Kelly was replying to charges made recently by the retiring director (Miss F. B. Docker) of the occupa tional therapy training centre at the asylum. Mr. Kelly said that Miss Docker's claim that patients were tied to benches in driving i-ain was not true. ? Jewish defenders of the Jehiam settlement in Western Galilee called for British help when attacked by Arabs this week. They allege that the attacking force of five hundred uniformed Arabs was led by German-* ! trained Iraq...

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Chinese Communists "A Threat to Civilisation" SADISTIC TERRORISM Hong Kong, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Chinese Communists ♦ ? 'A Threat to Civilisation' SADISTIC TERRORISM Hong Kong, January 22. More than r»0,000,000 refugees from Chinese Communist areas are crowding Nationalist cities. These refugees iiave iieen fleeing across the border from the Communist held area. 'Not even the Japanese at their worts touched a lower level of sadistic terrorism than is now seen in some parts of Communist dominated regions',' said a Nationalist spokesman (Dr. Hollington Tong) to-day. 'Civil- isation is under a threat of complete breakdown. In Manchuria the Commun ists have launched their third major offensive within three months. Fight ing is tierce in the corridor between North China and Manchuria. The Gov ernment has thrown in reinforcements and is already making progress.'

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Country Cricket Week Annual Carnival in Perth INTEREST IN GERALDTON [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Country Cricket Week ? ; ? +- ? Annual Carnival in Perth INTEREST IN GERALDTON The Country Cricket Week, an annual carnival fixture conducted in the metropolitan area, is scheduled to open on Tuesday, the 10th prox., and as in past years a team is to be nomin ated by the Geraldton Cricket Associ ation. Arrangements for the selection of a team are now in hand, and players who have signified a willingness to make the trip to the city are Messrs. R, Sewoll, D. Donald, C. Harling. F. Symonds, R- Keegan, E. Chamberlain, J? Pickering, T. L ickering. U. T. Cluue and W. Lowe. The foregoing players comprise the foundation of a fairly strong team, although perhaps a little weak in bowl ing, but two or three additional players are still required toaiake tiie trip and therefore :uiy who will be available are requested to contact the secretary. In ordor to give the carnival team an opportunity of practising together, the Upper Chapman Association has issued an invitation to play an all-day match...

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Police Force Changes Inspector O'Connor to Retire SUCCESSOR APPOINTED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Police Force Changes - — - ? ^ ? Inspector O'Connor to Retire SUCCESSOR APPOINTED Police-Inspector A. M. O'Connor, who has been in charge of the Cler aldtou police district since April, 194G, will commence thirteen months of ac cumulated leave next month prior to bis retirement from the service. Join ing the Western Australian Police Force in January, 1913, Inspector O'Connor has been stationed at Perth, Brucy Rock, Runbury, Kaljroorlie, Raventhorpe, Esperance, York, Nar rogin and finally at Geraldton. The inspector received his first rank pro motion in 1933, when he became a third-class sergeant, being promoted to the rank of first-class sergeant four years later. In 1943 lie was appointed an inspector and spent several years in lerth before being transferred to Ger aldtou. Inspector O'Connor will !-e succeeded at Geraldton by Inspector H. W. Archibald, who was stationed at Ger aldton as a sergeant until receiving promotion a few years ago, when he was transferred to Perth. Inspect...

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District Coal Seams Irwin Deposits Inspected SAMPLES SECURED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

District Coal Seams Irwin Deposits Inspected SAMPLES SECURED [ Intent that no stone should be left Tinturned to exploit any commercial coal seam to serve the needs of the northern areas Messrs. L. W. Shep heard, E. A. Green, S. Fong and C Cavaitagh. of Eradu Coalfields Limited, accompanied by Mr. C. A. Morrow, of Eradu, inspected outcrops and both recent and years old workings on the. coal seams in the Irwin River on Sun day last. More than one hundred years have elapsed since the discovery of this deposit was reported in 1S43 by the Assistant Surveyor-General (Mr. A. C Gregory) and his brothers. These .»fii--ers returned to Perth from* an .*xitedition t-. the north of Perth with :i large block of coal said to have been ;.-iken from a seam (- feet thick. On the strength of the discovery the actual finder (Mr. H. C. Gregory! applied for the free grant of 2,.r»6O acres promised in 1S39 to the discoverer of coal. A party under Lieutenant Helpiuau was sent to report -.n the discovery ea...

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R.A.F. Near Athens Plans Suddenly Cancelled NO REASON STATED Athens, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

R.A.F. Near Athens Plans Suddenly Cancelled ' NO REASON STATED , . Athens, January 22. The British Air Oflicer Commanding' theMiddfe East has cancelled the re allocation plan and departure of R.A.F. . squadrons stationed near Athens. Xo reason was stated.

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Whiting from Britain Trial Shipment's Success FIRST-CLASS QUALITY Melbourne, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Whiting from Britain ? * — j Trial Shipment's Success FIRST-CLASS QUALITY j Melbourne, January 22. j The first shipment of a regular sup-- ply of whiting for Melbourne has arriv ed from England. It will retail at 3/0 per lb. This compares with 4/S per lb. for South Australian whiting. Snap freezed. the whiting, weighing 3001b., ' arrived in perfect condition. It was of lirst-class quality. ? ?_

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SHIPPING Port of Geraldton BUSY WHARF SCENE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

SHIPPING Port of Geraldton BUSY WHARF SCENE For the lirst time, in several years; the tlinn* berths at the Geraldton | wharf were occupied to-day with the Indian City, the Syros ami the m.v. lu;rti-iu. At ??jppioxiinaleJy 3.30 p.mr another vessel, the Eastern City urriveil from Fremautle and anchored ?n the bay. The Indian City, which has been in port since Friday last lifting a cargo of about i).4OO tons of wheat, will com- I ?fleN* 1/Kiding late to-day and will ! depart either this evening or early j tc-utori'tiw morning for the United -j Kingdom. After disembarking 2.300 shoep and f«.ur bundles of sacks at Geraldton the m.v.- Koulintfa »--f the State Shipping Service, wbicli arrived at 7 a.m. yester day, departed for Fremantle at 1 1 .30 a.m. on the same day. T!k» m.v. Kybra also of the State Shipping Service, is scheduled to arrive, at Geraldton on Saturday next, and will load 33 tons of general cargo and 20 Urns o£ fuel oil. About 0 tons of general cargo are also to be discharg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

* ' ' S^k YS m W /H Sl/^r ^^^^SBwI^^MW^Wri'iiv:'''-'-' --'''- ''?:':-''':'-.''-'':- ?;?'-: :V;:-:**':'^^^:*^^BBjBf f/f/lA/W ? Warner Bros.' Star in ^^PpSili^^^^^^M A/v* ' * nj? 'nora prentiss' ipi' : ' -m^BmmUI®m 9 out of every 10 Film Stars usfe Lux Toilet^Soap \ v \ ? . , , , . ,~~ ?; ..' ; -'V ~~ ? --— --:- 'iLUEbl*. \^7RAPPING PAPER! Brown Wrap ping Paper (Flat and Reels) no\s^ obtainable from Geraldton Newspapers Limited, Geraldton, ? r ? i Historic Homes V — NEAR MANJIMUP — There was a West Australian interlude in ' the stormy tragic life of Adam j Lindsay Gordon, and here among the tall] karri on the Donnelly River is the slab house at 'Glenoran'' where the poet was supposed to have lived when he had a cattle run there; The house, which consists of | only two rooms, had a thatched roof, and in one of the rooms is a log of a tree with a table, top nailed to it. One can imagine that Adam Lindsay Gordon may have been happy here for the surroundings are of the j loveliest. Ferns ...

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