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Penalty for Crime Late Commissioner's View DUTY OF THE COURTS Sydney, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 27 January 1948

Penalty for Crime ? «. ? Late Commissioner's View DUTY OF THE COURTS Sydney, January 27. 'The courts must teach the bashers, gun bandits, women attackers and drunken drivers that they will pay the ~ full penalty of their offences.' This was stated by Sydney's Police Commis sioner (Mr. William John Mackay) at a press conference a few hours before lie died. He said : — 'Sydney's crime wave can not be smashed unless the courts are (inner with, criminals. No matter how efficient the police force may be, crime cannot be restricted unless the courts make their punishments ^severe and appropriate for each individual case. The criminal takes the chance that the police, no matter how vigilant, will not catch him, thftt the police will not lie able to prove his guilt or that, if be tells a sob-story, he will be treated leniently.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Returning Yugoslavs Conditions at Home Praised "EVERYONE WORKING" Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 27 January 1948

Returning YugosJavs Conditions at Home t raised 'EVERYONE WORKING' Perth, This Afternoon. From 9 a.m. onwards to-day there was a steady stream of Yugoslavs to Victoria Quay to embark on the Yugo slav liner Part izauka. Five hundred ;iiid twenty-eight Yugoslavs- from this State will return to their homeland in the ship. A huge crowd of Yugoslavs is expected to farewell the passengers «iien the Partizanfca sails at 5 p.m. to-day. Captain Andro Racic. master of the Partizanka, said that he anticipated a happy voyage back to Yugoslavia. Of the 194 Yugoslavs embarked in Sydney only sixty were under thirty years of. age. Conditions in Yugoslavia were better than in most countries of Europe, he said, because Yugoslavia, which was mure agricultural than industrial, had recovered more quickly from the effects of World War II. Everyone was .work ing hard and there were no iazy or unemployed people. Yugoslavia was already gaining her export trade.

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Old Emerald Gold Mine Boring Operations at Yalgoo GOOD VALUES REPORTED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 27 January 1948

Old Emerald Gold Mine — ? — -*? — -. — ^ Bonng Operations at Yalgooi GOOD VALUES REPORTED During the past three or four weeks the plaut of the Great Northern Bor ing Company Limited, under engage ment to Messrs. Nevill and Hamilton, have been operating on the Old Emer ald Cold Mine at Yalgoo, which was. extremely rich when first discovered about fifty years ago, and with reports of good progress there' was quite a mild stir at Yalgoo last week when quite a j large number of people paid a visit to j the site. The point of operations was j selected by Mr. J. Nevill, and it is reported that the bore cut the lode at i»8 feet and then passed though to Gti feet, at which level very good values were obtained from dish prospects. Sampling was continued from bore cut tings until a depth of (J9 feet was reach ed, and although sqmewhat difficult to estimate it is considered that the values were from five to ten ounces per ton. Messrs. Nevill and Hamilton feel extremely confident that they have...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 27 January 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL ? ♦ ? MatiKi?c Pregr&inine. — A feast of good music, glerious ballets and excit ing adventure is provided in 'Song of Scheherazade.' which will be screened at the Radio Theatre- matinee on Satur day next. Filmed in technicolor, the story sweeps from a lonely outpost at Morocco in the last century to the grandeur of the Imperial Theatre at St. Petersburg. The short subjects will include Australian Review. Starbright (featurettel, Traveltalk. a Pete Smith lHiveliy and another episode of the serial story 'Breuda Starr — Reporter.'' ; j Ketord \'tar for A.M.I*. SMiefy. - 1 Hiring last year record new business was written by the Australian Mutual Provident Society, new policies' issued being for £CA.~-'2f*.~Ci4 as compared with £.'-S.419.304 for the previous year, which was also a record. Last year's busi ness included tTt3.27O.45t4 in the ordin ary department. an increase of £ri.07r».lS)0. In the industrial depart ment the total was £S.2.~-0.OtiO as against tKt...

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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 27 January 1948

People on the Move 1 Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD The following are the passengers who travelled by the bus of the Mid land Railway Company between Perlli and (Jeraldton -lminfi rhe past few days : — Perth to Geraldton (Saturday) — Messrs. H. Kendrick, N. It. (Irosvpiwr, ,7. .1. O'Brien, F. McMurray, -j. liercuy, R. G. Curedale, A. (,'uredale, X. Benzie and E. Deruasson, Mesdames It. Tay lor, T. Dale, N. It. Grosvenor, l\ W. Foster, J. O'Brien, E. Dauiasson, F. Stevens, J. Hargraves, H. Buckle, A. Jenkins and G. Piercey, Misses T. Nixon, L. Grosvenor, A. Grosvenor, H. Grosvenor and A. Montague and Master C. O'Brien. Geraldton to Perth (Monday) — Messrs. C. Wood, J. Fitzgerald, H. Freeman, W. J. Bennett, J. Dongo, S. | Fong, E. Damasson, T. Adams, C Wat- j son, J. Downes, Quartermaine, Bod dington, J. Clune, Patterson and Fathpr 1 O'Driscoll, Mesdames J. Fitzgerald, H. Freeman, A. J. Batman, E. Frezise, J. E. Tribe, K. Dstuiasson, T. Adams and J. Wake, Misses E. Thompso...

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Bush Fire Menace FIGHTERS' CLOSE CALL Family's Heroic Battle A SETTLEMENT SAVED Melbourne, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 27 January 1948

Bush Fire Menace FIGHTERS' CLOSE CALL Family's Heroic Battle A SETTLEMENT SAVED Melbourne, January 27. Caught in a' willy-willy, which sur rounded them by lire, ten tire-fighters were nearly trapi-ed near Kennedy's Creek yesterday. Oiily by using a con tinuous spray from n tank and eouin ment around them were they able to survive the heat which blistered paint on the vehicles. Driving a bulldozer back into the heart of the tire one ujum I rapidly scooped out a clearance into which the party huddled while the fires swept through the undergrowth around them. They had another nar row escape when a burning dead tr«e crashed across the 1000-gaIlon fire tank. Fortunately, although damaged, the tank was not rendered unserviceable. The men fought desperately to salvage their two bulldozers and other equip ment. , A mile away Albert Walters, his small son (Ken) and neighbors made a heroic effort to Save Walter's home and property from which Mrs. Wal ters and seven children, aged thr-ee month...

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AMUSEMENTS Radio Theatre Talkies CURRENT ATTRACTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 27 January 1948

AMUSEMENTS ♦ ? - Radio Theatre Talkies ? CURRENT ATTRACTIONS I i j 'The Yearling.' starring Gregory ' [Peck and Jane Wynian, constituted the j 1 principal feature of the programme [ i presented at the Radio Theatre last I [night. It was greeted with approba- ! ? tion by a large audience, who delighted! at the heart-rending story of the | pioneer Florida scrub family in their 'struggle against the elements and the machinations of unsympathetic ueigh bors, and who warmed at the appealing characterisation of Claude Jarnian, jun., as the son of the family. Several interesting short subjects rounded off the bill, which will be presented tonight and again to-morrow night. The pro gramme for Thursday night is as fol lows : — -1) — Newsreel. (2) — 'Double Exposure' (Chester Mor- i ris, Nancy Kelly, Jane Farrar, j Philip Terry and Charles Arnt). (3) — 'Brenda Starr, Reporter' (serial). (4) — 'Are These Our Parents?' (Helen Vinson, Lyle Talbor, Ivan Lebedeff and Noel Neill). 'The Yearling' Hi...

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Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Summer Meeting WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 27 January 1948

Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Summer Meeting WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY The following weights have been declared for the summer iiK'eting of the Western Australian Turf Cl»l- to be conducted at headquarters on Satur day next : — KOOYONG HANDICAP (For maiden tw«i-year-olds) Five iurlongs Precedent - - '.) -? Frivolous S. S 3 Jollair ? S 7 l^rd Mond - S 2 Satirist - - - S 7 Melter's Gl. - S 1 Hinda's Gl. - S 7 Lunar Light S 1 Jorank ? S 7 Fine- Flare - S 1 D. Stream - - S 0 Double Bay S 1 Capel Pr. ? S 5 Lady Hilton S 1 G. Intervener 8 5 l). Rosalind S 0 Essential - - S 5 -;. Tasman - S 0 Gold. Oriel - S 'i Chee Dale - S 0 The West'ner 8 5 Azothic - - - 7 13 Inflater - - - 8 .'» St. Glory - - 7 13 I Dual Legend S 5 Dainty Olive 7 13 { Boappa - - - S r» Miss Celebes 7 13 Bragad') - - S 4 Ball Dress - 7 13 Bradal) - - - 8 4 Fit. Control - 7 12 Royal' Fleet - 8 4 P.o Leap - - 7 12 Jesting - - - 8 4 Gold Moth - 7 !) Red Berry - 8 4 New Fiddle - 7 J) Caruleur - - 8 3 Kearney - - 7 0 Koala Bey - S...

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Cabled Report Denied Treat for English Boy "NEVER HEARD OF HIM" Adelaide, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 27 January 1948

Cabled Report Denied ^ ? Treat for English Boy 'NEVER HEARD OF HIM' Adelaide. January 27. Don Brndman has denied a cabled report from London that he had writ ten ro a fourteen-year-old English boy inviting him to dine with him at Wor- i cester in April. I 'I have never heard of the boy,' said Bradmau.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 27 January 1948

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Northern District Racing Annual Meeting at Dongara A DAY OF FAVORITES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 27 January 1948

Northern District Racing Annual Meeting at Dongara A DAY OF FAVORITES The auuual meeting of the Dongara Irwin H;ice Club was conducted under extremely pleasant weather conditions at Dongara on Saturday afternoon last, and with an attendance which probably ? ?on.stituted a record the fixture was of a .'.igldy successful nature. Visitors w.-!-.. jiv.sem innu all parts of the nor lliern districts and y.s far .south as Moora, and although the fields were small in two or three events the racing generally was clean and interesting. Kight bookmakers operated during the aftvrnoon and provided the desired I ucciiiiiuiodatiou for punters, and in j addition the club conducted a plaos j total i.sfitor which did good business with the small investors. All eiub officials were ke;»t busily engaged throughout the afternoon, and as a result there was no hitch whatever in the general conduct of the meeting. Mr. T. Morrell ottieiated as stipen diary steward and dealt with one or two ma tiers duriug th...

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The Geraldton Guardian TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1948 COMMUNISM IN THE PACIFIC [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 27 January 1948

(The (Sernidtoni&uttrtimt TUESDAY, JANUARY 2t, 194S COMMLMSM IN THE PACIFIC The old Communist Internationale, better known as the Comintern, with headquarters in the Russian capital, which had the reputation of assiduously sowing tiie seeds of the Communist ideojojey throughout the world during ihe period between the two great wars, h'icially was dissolved by the Soviet flovernment in IU43. when a feature of Us obsequies was the declaration by Marshal Stalin that 'Communism is not lor export.' Whether it ever actually ceased to function is a matter of grave Ioubt. but there has been plenty of vi-lence of its activity — ur at least of ictiviries such as it had carried out previously — duriug the closing stages uf the European war and throughout the postwar period, long before the ufiicial announcement of its resurrec tion, under a new . liaiue — the All Kurope Couuuuuist Information Bureau —immediately dubbed the 'Coniin- form.' with headquarters at Belgrade. Since then it ha...

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Well-Known Sportsman Sudden Death at Walkaway LATE MR. "MORRIE" JONES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 27 January 1948

Well-Known Sportsman Sudden Death at Walkaway LATE MR. 'MORRIE' JONES The death occurred suddenly at his home at 'Belay Farm,' Walkaway, this morning of Mr. William Morrissey ('Morrie') Jones, who fo» a number of years has figured prominently in the sporting life of the town and dis trict. The deceased yesterday attend ed the Australia Day meeting of the Victoria District Turf Club at Uta karra and although he had been in somewhat indifferent health, during the past luouth, his *many friends were pleased to note that he was apparently in his usual spirits^ He spent portion of last evening meeting friends in Ger aldton before returning to his home. He rose this morning as usual and after performing tasks about the farm returned to the homestead at about 10 o'clock. Shortly afterwards mem bers of the household heard a noise on the veraudah and found the deceased in a state of collapse on a bed. He died a few minutes later. A! member of an old pioneering family- of the Greenougu Plats ...

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Christian Brothers Annual College Examinations SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 27 January 1948

Christian Brothers Annual College Examinations SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS The principal of the Geraldton Chris- j tian Brothers' College (liro. A. J. Keenan) has made available the results ! gained by students at the local college j at the annual examinations conducted ? throughout the State by the Christian Brothers in November. The successes obtained by local students are given hereunder, a distinction in any subject being indicated by the letter 'D.' Sun-Junior Boyd, Charles — Christian Doctrine, English, History, Algebra, Physics, Chemistry, Bookkeeping, Technical Drawing. Buckley, A. — Christian Doctrine, Technical Drawing. Cavanagh, It. — Christian Doctrine, Englisn. History, Algebra, Geometry, j Chemistry, Bookkeeping (D), Technical j Drawing. Constantino, C. — Christian Doctrine (D), English, History, Arithmetic, Geo metry, Physics (D), Chemistry, Boou keeping. Clarke, T.— Christian Doctrine, Eng lish, I^atin, Algebra, Bookkeeping (D). Drew, G. — Christian Doctrine, Eng lish, Algeb...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 27 January 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths IN MEMORIAM   GOULD. Robert. Flight - Sergeant.   R.A.A.F. — A loving tribute to the   memory of our dear son and brother   (Rob), who died whilst engaged in   air operations over Germany on     January 27th, 1944.   Always gentle, unselfish and kind,   What a beautiful memory he left   behind.   — Inserted by his loving mother, father,     sisters and brothers.   FUNERAL THE Friends of the late Mr. William Morrissey Jones, of Belay Farm, Walkaway, are respectfully informed   that his remains will be interred in the Catholic Cemetery at Utakarra on Thursday next, January 29th, 1948. The funeral is appointed to leave St. Fran- cis Xavier's Cathedral following a Requiem Mass to be celebrated at 10 a.m. AIDAN PINDER, Funeral Director Forrest Street, Geraldton.

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Sequel to Tattooing Marines Develop Leprosy MELBOURNE OPERATIONS Detroit, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948

Sequel to Tattooing ? «. ? Marines Develop Leprosy MELBOURNE OPERATIONS Detroit, January 28. Two Auiorican marines have deve loped leprosy- almost three years after having been tattooed on the same day In Melbourne.- The cases have been reported to the Michigan State Medical Society. They havn thrown new light on the unsettled Question of whether or not leprosy can^Jje spread by iiw.-culation of tissue from lepers skin into that of an bninfected person. Both the marines and the tattooer were drunk at tho time, and several needles were broken during the process. One marine had other tattooes on his arm, but developed leprosy only in that done in Melbourne- Both ui?n com plained of numbness in the Melbourne tattoo marks and their case was diag nosed as leprosy. A third man, tattooed at the same place but at a different time, has shown po sign of the disease so far.

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ABROLHOS TOURISTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948

ABROLHOS TOURISTS The following passengers travelled to tLe Abrolbos Islands by the work boat Suda Bay yesterday: — Messrs. E. Evans, E. Crawford. A. Stevenson, I. Moore, Gosden, E. Salomons, Gosden aud Professor A. Blakey, Mesdames Gosden and Gosden, Misses McLean, M. Ebbison, R. Roberts, P. Hill, It. Gray, P. Gray, Bennett and White aud Mas ter Gosden.

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS The following passengers travelled to and from Geraldton by Hie air ser vice of the MacRobertson-MHier Avia tion Company Limited during the past^ two days: — / . lerth to Geraldton (Wednesday) — Messrs. H. G. Senfiny, F. Allan, A. Gil lett, B. Leishman, T. S. Higgius, E. Evans, E. Crawford, J. G. Gosden, J. R. Treleaven, J. A. Locke, D. Hamliel ton, R. Hansen and W. E. Rradshaw, Mesdames K. Crothers and J. G. Gos deu. Misses R. Roberts, P. Hill E. White, I. Bennett, Ebbison, B. Gray and D. Gray, Masters B. Leishman, T. Gosr den and P. Kyle. Geraldtou to Perth (Wednesday) — The Bishop of Geraldton (Most Rev. A. J. Gummer), Captain C. Sgourdios, Messrs. I). Beaton. W. Broad, R. Wor thingtnn, D. BaH, L. Olsen, H. A. Sanderson and W. ? Bradsuaw, Mes daiues H. O. Webster, R. W. Crabbe, P. K. Harrold, H. A. Sanderson and R Worthiugton, Misses J. Webster, P. Webster, M. Harrold, B. Doust, V. Worthington and F. Ilulm and Master F. Harrold.

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Sheep and Lamb Values KEEN COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948

Sleep and Lamb Values KEEN COMPETITION Competition was fairly keen for good quality sheep at the fat stock sales at Midland Junction yesterday and prices opened from 1/- to 2/- per head dearer with occasional lines of top quality showing a rise of 3/-. Towards the end of the market plaiu to medium quality values receded somewhat. Lambs im proved from 2/- to 3/- per head at the outset of the auction, but an easing tendency was noticeable on trade lines * towards the close. The eattlvj offered realised Tuesday's best rates. Sheep (7,7S7 yarded). Quotations: — Wethers: Best heavvweight, 40/- to 4S/-; extra prime and weighty to 52/4; best mediumweighf, 42/- to 45/-; best lightweight, 38/- to 41/-; medium, 34/ to 37/-; plain and light, lower. Ewes: Best heavyweight, 29/- to 32/- (odd pens to 30/-) ; best medium weight, 25/ to 28/-; best lightweight, 23/- to 24/-; medium, 17/- to 19/-; plain and light, lower. Lambs (6.93S yarded). Quotations: — Best heavyweight. 41/- to 46/-; extra prime ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948

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