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Shortage of Cooks Eastern Capitals' Plight AN INSISTENT DEMAND Melbourne, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Shortage of Cooks ? -^ ? Eastern Capitals' Plight AN INSISTENT DEMAND Melbourne. January 22. Despite a wage of £2'» i-er week for an experienced chef and £10 or more for a cook. Melbourne is drastically | short of them.' . Sydney and Adelaide alsoJneed many more' kitchen workers. At least fifty qualified chefs are want ed in Melbourne. They could almost name their own salaries. Inquiries for cooking staffs conies from establishments ranging from lirst class hotels to seaside guest houses. The demand never ceases.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales CATTLE VALUES FIRMER [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales CATTLE VALUES FIRMER Competition was keen at the opening of the fat cattle market at Midland Junction on Tuesday and good. quality medium to weighty bullocks were up ] to 20/- dearer. All other classes, how ever, remained firm at last week's best quotes. Agents yarded 519 cattle and the quality was very satisfactory. The offering consisted mainly of- good quality medium to weighty bullocks and there were several pens of good to choice quality steers and heifers. Quotations: — Good weighty bullocks., i £10 to £20 (odd beasts higher) ; good j inediumweight, £17 to flS: medium ! £14 to £1I-: good steers, £1-1/1°/- '-? £l-»/10/- (odd beasts higher) :? .gooil lightweight. £V2 to £13/1°/-: J-r-i'^ weighty rows. £U U- £1-',: medium weight*, £12 to £13/1O/-: -good light weight, £1-»/1-V- to £11/1%: medium conditioned. £7 to £'.K Choice lightweight steer and heifer beef. --0/- per lOOllt. : choice handy weight, 'VT/O lier 1001b. : good mediuni weight ...

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Pioneer Journalist Frederick Charles Vosper GOLDFIELDS IDENTITY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Pioneer Journalist ? m Frederick Charles Vosper GOLDFIELDS IDENTITY The following paper, which was entitled 'Portrait --i a Journalist' was presented and read by Mr. 1J. A. Pike at the I ►wvuilwr inoeliug of the Eastern GohlfielQs Historical Society: — ?Frederick t'Jiarles Burleigh Vosper, first editor of the 'Coolgardie Miner,*' the pioneer newspaper --£ the goldSelds, was a man with a commanding appear ance. He was tall and well propor- | tioned, with a large, Hat. wide face, aud long black hair, reaching to his | shoulders. Within four years of his arrival in this State, and at the age of thirty years, he had been editor of five newspapers, two of which he estab lished, and he had been elected to the State legislative Assembly. Although he lived in a period of leisurely transport aud communication — the days of camel teams, wheelbar rows and bicycle despatch riders — Vos- per, in eight brief years, flashed across the WVst Australian scene like a bril liant meteor and left an inde...

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Northampton District Meeting of Road Board MANY ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Northampton District ? 9. ? j Meeting of Road Board j MANY ITEMS OF INTEREST ? ? 1 The monthly meeting of the Nor- j tiiaiit|tton Uoad Moan! was held ott j the Ittih ins!.. ihere Iteing present j Messrs. F. A. I'ort'-r (chairman I. A. j -'. Henville, II. Siuikin. A. Hob. H. It. Smiih. A. Iziird. 1 -. ? '. I'.eaton. N. ? V. Kvini'ion. K. \V. (.'oilier and the *?».- ivtary (.Mr. L. M. 1'hiel). Nina .Springs K-;ad i In I»!isiii**ss arising fr».ni the itiin- ; urcs of the previ«ius mei«iing. Mr. j Iteaton reporte-l havinu: inspe--Te-i tliej Nina Springs I toad in company with' Mr. Keinpton and the st*«-ivtary and i stated that the road was in a sum,:- j what indilTerem' condition, the dam- j age being mainly due to the volume of j water collected in the hills and the suit sequent scouring of the r-«ad. Mr. l.esitiin added that the road did not give the appearance of being used very much, but he suggested that the scour ed portions be gravelled. On the motion of Messrs. Iteaton and Col l...

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

? j , /jfjlf' THE LOVELY LINE I JtlMwi- ' \ JJ Follow llie lovrlirst line in /jt JUb I -»»IIH!1' J / u Lingerie ana it will lead you to / '!? ''fflr I M »? l| \| £ tlie Ijislre label. I_uslre is ?Lingerie ^ggf \/-' I J A. C\ / of ciiftUnciion. You'll like il for its / t& |^ — *-'*^ jfj cut. fls «-ilour. anA its rfiamiingly / ¥% WlC/^-J I ^S/Sl\^ THe LPYEi-IEST Of LINGERIE [j£_/\ /%/ / ,ffi|fx ___^_ ? f_ ? I^The High Cost of FAILURE to Make a Will * ? i In the unpredictable -onditio»s of life ahead the cost to your dependants' if ti;c you fail to. make a '-Vill might be the r ' ?,,,? - loss tu them of what you intended they ,.v, , should receive. 1 ' ' It's vitally important to those who now. ' depend upon you thnt you should make your WILL N7OW. Interviews sit any time to suit your ' convenience. Telephone It415(-, coll, ' 'phone or, write. , thcWEST AUSTRALIAN ?* TPIKTFF EXECUTOR & * I I\U J I LL AGENCY Co. Ltd. LEWIS BEASLEY, Manager ?TAS. K. LYALL, ' Inspector of ...

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AMUSEMENTS Radio Theatre Talkies CURRENT ATTRACTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

AMUSEMENTS Radio Theatre Talkies CURRENT ATTRACTIONS 'G.I Wsir Brides' and 'FooTs Gold' constitute the main attractions in the programme to be screened at the Radio Theatre to-night. The attractions for Friday and Saturday nii.rhts are us follows : — (1) — Australian Review. (2) — 'Don't Gamble with Strangers' (Ktine Richmond. Hei-nadir.*? Hayes and Peter Cookson). f3) — Brevity. (4) — 'rndercurrent'' (Kutherine Hop burn, Robert Taylor and Robert Mitchuiu. 'Undercurrent' A psychological 'triangle draiuu' furnishes a striking acting vehicle for the talents of Katharine Hepburn and Robert Taylor in 'Undercurrent,' which will be Pcrwned ou Friday ami Saturday. It presents the strange case of a husband jealous of ;i rival whom his wife has never se»*u, namely his brother. When Ann Hamilton (Katharine Hepburn) marries wealthy Alan Garroway (Rolwrt Taylor) she has no inkling of the burning hatred her husband bears against bis brother, Michael (Robert Mitchmn). At first reluctant, to menti...

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CARNARVON CAR SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

CARNARVON CAR SERVICE j The following passengers travelled to j Carnarvon by the Geraldton-Omiarvon j Taxi Service to-day : — Mr. K. Hancock. J Mrs. Marriott and Miss P. Colreavey.

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

i FRIDAY ? AND ? SATURDAY f 5 When he rrasl:?d h?r in his arms, a siiange shadow .\ . . of fear, hate £ % and terror . . . came between them! ^ 4 fiATlfEKINK HEI'Bl'KN AM) KOBKKT TAYLOR IN J § 'UNDERCURRENT' J I (NOT ,Sl ITAIILK FOR GKXERAL EXHIBITION) £ I* The undercurrent — S\vi'.*pii:s beneath their love — i-es(»oying the founda- J» 5 (ioas «f their happiness f Picas? don't tell the terrific endiiijc— % ?I ALSO XKWSREEL. BREVITY AND i £ KANE RICHMOND IN J I 'DON'T GAMBLE WITH STRANGERS' ^ i (NOT Sl'ETABLf-; FOK fc'ENKKAL EXHIBITION) !j ?t Sec hciv .big-time ^auiblin;; operators rob Ike jjublic! Leam the tricks ^ ^ of the sharpsters and the girls they employ! J 5 MONDAY ? TUESDAY ? : ? WEDNESDAY \ J« Romance . . . Adventure. . . . Ex-'if;'jin?n£ . . . It will remain in your ^ 'J mcincr.i as oju- oi' Uie ?jreaiosf ai;:(io» pictures of a:I time! i* '« M.--.M. PRESENTS IN TECHNKrOLR Ij \ ' THE YEARLING ' \ % STARRING MtlXMHtY VVX lv. JANE WVMAN AND CLAl'DE JARMAN, J £ jun. AS 'MODI' ...

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Wheat for Export New F. A.Q. Standard Fixed A HIGHER FIGURE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Wheat for Export New F.A.Q. Standard Fixed A HIGHER FIGURE The export f.a.q. standard for West Australian wheat for the 1947-4S sea son has been fixed at lilb. per bushel higher than the figure for the previous season. The standard was fixed at a meeting of the Joint Grain Committee. of the Perth and Fremantle Chambers of Commerce at the Hoard Itoom of the Fremantle Chamber on Wednesday. Wheat from 282 bulk sidings and from the ports of Fremantle, Gerald ton and iiunbury was mixed to provide the sample representing the State's wheat for the current seasons The Government Statistician fore cast that rhe following amounts would be harvested in the different zones:— Fremantle, 19.S0o.n00 bushels: P.un bury, 4,234,3-«-: Geraldton. -;,;;-;0,-R-0 ; Albany. 1.075,200: Ksperanee, 123,400; total, 32.500,000 bushels. Following the announcement by the ! chairman of the committee iJIr. K. F. j Fethers) of the results of the weigh- J ings, it was resolved : — , That the West Australian internal ...

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Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Holiday Meeting SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Holiday Meeting SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME The following are the acceptances for next Saturday's metropolitan fixture, I which will constitute the first day's racing of a week-end holiday meeting, to be coiidurred at headquarters by the Western Australian Turf Club : — j WAYLEX HANDICAP ! Seven furlongs ! Toilette - - - 8 -~» Beauuuidis - 7 ;- ' Wilmare ? S j His Double - 7 8 ! Our Treat - - S :{ Mattie - - - 7 S Melody Girl - 8 1 Tyrol Prince 7 3 i Good Quality. 8 1 Miss Wave - 7 2' I antp Polly - S 1 Repeat ? 7 0 j Kuaviiut ? S 1 Whangarie - 7 0 j Lady Dainty 7 10 Kalmailio - - 7 0 i Anne's Idea - 7 10 Balg-,re ? 7 0 1 Charmarit - - 7 10 Tannnin ? 7 0 i CARNIVAL STAKES i Five furlongs j (First Division) i Royal Fleet S ~i Balkan Poet S 1 | Essential - - S ~t Dual Legend 8 ~% \ Koala Bey - 8 7% Lady Hilton S 2 j Golden Oriel S 5 B. Brocade - S 2: White Money S -5 Aesthete - - S 2 1 The Wcst'uer S '» Fit. Coiitn.l - S 2 j G. Intervenes 8 ~, Bc»e Gay - - S 2 j ...

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Reconstruction Work Visit of Deputy-Director LOCAL PROBLEMS VIEWED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Reconstruction Work ? ^ ? Visit of Deputy-Director LOCAL PROBLEMS VIEWED T-- at-quaiut liiuis-.'lf with problem* associated with the re-establishment of ex-servicemen in civil life, the D.'puty Di rector of lost-War Reconstruction (Mr. K. W. (in.wcinu is on ;i brief visit to Geraldton. He arrived in the town yesterday morning and will ret urn to Perth to-morrow. Mr. Growcott said yesterday that it was his intention during his stay to make contact with as many ivpreseu::i fives of ex -servicemen's organisations as pi.ssibk* and at the same time i-- dis cuss with ex-servicemen problems asso ciated with their persona! reestablish ment. Two-and-a-half years had elapsed since a commencement had Ijjen made with the re-esi.-thlis!ii!icm of ex -servicemen and seme idea of what had been accomplished inii-.ht be gained from the fact that of the SO.WO iu«'ii who were in the services at one time or another only lliw were in receipt -if unemployment allowances. About half of rhe S.UXH' men had g...

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Eastern States Racing Meeting at Moonee Valley SATURDAY ACCEPTANCES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Eastern States Racing ? m ? Meeting at Mbonee Valley SATURDAY ACCEPTANCES The following are the acceptances fer the rare meeting r-- be conducted at Moi-uee Valley on Saturday next: — XII 'DUm HAXDiCAT Five furlougs - First Division) Scirfwyn - - i) 4 Royal Hero 7 '.) II. Mistress S :) t. England 7 7 Rembrandt N 1 IHt-ssiug - - 7 .'i Disguise --«-» j«. Luiiise - - 7 7, I'. Grande - S U Thraria ? 7 .'- Nereid ---711 XIDDRIK HAXDICAT Five furlongs - Second 1 tj vision) Gay Saint - :i 1 Lord Ciive 7 it Xatiplia - - N 3 Star of i\a--r 7 '.) Dawson - - 8 '.) Windbear - -7 7 Kritiri - - S o l'indus - - - 7 .'i True View -SO MAGIUI.A HMHWKKiHT Six furlongs and twenty yards (First I-ivisioji( High I-hiy 10 2 Tsnnult ? Si 2 .'.tidacity - - J) 0 Miff Dtil? - 8 0 Ilawa Rani S it Drama rda - S 0 Carnagft - - S .'? For. Witch «S 0 SpearHame S 4 -JaI. Scout - S 0 Variation - S 1 G. Sessions 8 0 P.aleaul - - S 2 Mareca ? S 0 1 ast Purt - 8 2 Mohandas -SO I ;Mena - - - S 2 P. Rupert - 8 0 Itov. Hav...

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Right Aged Ewes in Demand LAMB VALUES RISE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Right Aged Ewes in Demand LAMB VALUES RISE i Right-aged ewes in plain U- gond j condition were --oinpt»t«*d for fairly - keenly by graziers at rlie fat stock \ market at Midland Junction yesterday and all lines were firm to 1/- dearer, the rise being most pron-nii'.--ed on heavyweight;?. Wethers. although smijrht fairly fret»3y. shmved no advaiii -t-- nieut on last week's rates. Opening sales for luniks were up to 1/- firmer and towards the - l--se of the auriions ;i further improvement w;is noticeable. The csittle offertnl were disposed of at Tuesday's best quote?. Sheep -«-.81-r» vHrdfl) : Quotations:— Wethers: Best heavyweight, :'/.*/- i-- j 43/- (odd pens, higher i : liesr medium- j weight, 37/- to 3!»/-: best lightweight, j 34/. to 37/-; medium. 32/- to :\3/ : i plain aud light, lower. Ewes: Best heavyweight, 27/- to 3-»/-: extra prime aud weighty. r-» 33/-: x-----1 in?Mliiiin weight. 23/- to ~-V'\ *-r-'o-l lr-'htwei-Ui, 20/- to 23/-. Lambs H5.1O2 yarded) : Quotations :— Best h...

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Tragedy at Greenough Inquest Proceedings ACCIDENTAL DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Tragedy at Greenough Inquest Proceedings ACCIDENTAL DEATH The inquest into the dea;h of Gladys .loan Hodgkissoii {1HK who was fatally injured when the motor truck in which she wa-s ruiiug overturned at the junc tion of Hie Walkaway and Geraldlon Pertii Uoads on January 2nd, was coii --hu\e-l at the GeraMion t/ourthouse yesterday before the District Coroner (Mr. T. AnselU. who was assisted by Police-sergeant F. »\V. Ileilly. Lejvis James Bock, cartage contrac tor, residing in Geraldton and owner of tlie motor truck which overturned, stated thai ar about S.3j| p.m. on Jan uary 1st, Miss Hodgkis^^^Irs. Thora Allen- 'Harry Beesoii, ra|||||h Ibhotsou and himself left GeranBg|£o attend :i dance- at Walkaway, a11l*iiig there at approximately JUH p.m. ;The party were at the dance until its 'conclusion at about 1.30 a.m.- on the following day, when they commenced the return jour ney to Geraldton. Ibbotson -ivas driv ing and rhe deceased was in the cabin with him. the other passengers being i...

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Atomic Headed Rockets Possible Range Forecast PROBLEM OF DEFENCE London, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Atomic Headed Rockets   Possible Range Forecast PROBLEM OF DEFENCE     London, January 22. Between 500 and 3,000 miles might   be the outside limit for accurate bom- bardment with atomic-headed rockets. Piloted bombers would be required for longer ranges. This is the opinion of Dr. H. E. Wimperis, who formerly was in charge of the Air Ministry's Research Department. The problem of air defence needed more thought, he said. The president of the British Asso- ciation (Sir Henry Dale) said to-day that it was unlikely that defence ex- perts would find a useful counter-action against atomic bombs or against more effective weapons which science may yet provide.

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Dublin Gun Battle C.I.D. CHIEF KILLED Brisk Exchanges on Roof Tops GAOL ESCAPEES ENGAGED London, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Dublin Gun Battle C.I.D. CHIEF KILLED Brisk Exchanges on Roof Tops GAOL ESCAPEES ENGAGED London, January 22. Eire C.I.D. chief, Sean Gautly was yesterday shot dead in a Dublin gun battle with three men. After a roof- top fight two of the men were cap- tured, but Gantly's killer is still at large. The battle began when police entered a house sheltering two gaol escapees and another man. The fugitives took to the roof bare-footed. They leaped like monkeys from ledges to window- sills. Shots cracked out on roofs six- storeys high. Both sides used chimney- stacks for cover and the police wounded all three gunmen. When two of the men were captured the third took cover in a foundry. Police followed him in and Gantly was killed by a fusilade of shots. Police ransacked nearby houses, and checked cars, bases and ships in dock, but the killer had disappeared.

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

School Wear For Boys ! Grey Melange Shorts, sizes 5 to 14 — Priced at 11/6 and 15/9 (four coupons)     Khaki Shorts, sizes 8 to 13 — Priced at 7/7 and     10/2 (three coupons)         Khaki Ranger Knickers, sizes 1 to 3 at 5/6 per     pair (four coupons)       Colored Shirts in blues, greys and fawns, sizes       11½ to 14 at 12/8 each (three coupons)   White Shirts, sizes 11½ to 13½ at 9/4 each (three coupons)   Khaki Shirts with Sports Neck, sizes 12, 12½ and 14 only at 10/7 each (three coupons) O s w e l l ' s S t o r e s FOR SATISFACTORY AND FRIENDLY SERVICE   P.O. Box 57 ______ GERALDTON ________ Telephone 31   PROCESS YOUR GRAIN with a MPCormick-Deering FEED GRINDER McCormick -Deering GL-250 CAPACITY: 8 to 48 bushels &...

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Dearer Medicines Increased Drug Prices BIG RISES NEXT MONTH Melbourne, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

Dearer Medicines ----------------     Increased Drug Prices BIG RISES NEXT MONTH Melbourne, January 22. Big increases in the retail prices of drugs commonly used in doctor's pre- scriptions will come into force on Feb- ruary 1st. Some rises are as much as 100 per cent, and some of the frequently used drugs will be 25 per cent, and more.  

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The Geraldton Guardian THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1948 DISTRICTS FUEL NEEDS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 22 January 1948

The Geraldton Guardian   THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1948 DISTRICT'S FUEL NEEDS Hopes which were entertained that Eradu coal would provide a solution of the acute fuel problem which con- fronts the district to-day and which promises to become greatly accentuated in the not far-distant future, were not substantiated by the tests made follow- ing recent development work on these deposits. However, there is ground for the belief that the deposits in these northern areas can yet be made to sup- ply the acute shortage of other natural fuels and that the time will arrive when local coals will contribute to the economic well-being of this part of the State. History would seem to indicate   that since coal was first discovered in these northern areas more than one   hundred years ago, circumstances have   combined to frustrate all efforts to ex-   pioit it, and in consequence a party   from Geraldton, who inspected the ...

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

PERSONAL Miss C. Casey, who was formerly attached to the teaching staff of the Geraldton High School, is at present on a holiday visit to the town and is   staying at Grantown House. * * * * * Mrs. L. Doust, of Shenton Park, accompanied by her daughter (Miss Betty Doust), arrived in Geraldton this week to spend a short vacation as the guest of Mrs. R. Guscott, of Fitz- gerald Flats. Mr. and Mrs. R. Parnell, of Narro- gin, arrived in Geraldton during last week-end to spend a fortnight's holi- day and are staying at Grantown   House. Mrs. Parnell was formerely Miss D. Walters, who was for some years attached to the administrative staff of the Victoria District Flour Milling Company Limited at Geraldton. * * * * * * Mr. Roy E. Colbert, who recently joined the organising staff of the Coun- try and Democratic League in Western Australia, arrived in Geraldton on Tuesday last and has been staying at the Freemasons Hotel. Mr. Colbert, who is a recent arrival from V...

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