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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 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 days :— r Perth to Geraldtou (Wednesday) — Messrs. A. T. Collins, G. Malaney, M. Mullany, V. Carson, P. M. Morrissey, in. vjruujjen, i*. 3Lc«jtra.iii, oeariy, u. *.--- Briggs, R. Powell, H. E\ Kelly, G Cameron and Campbell, Mesdaiues P. M. Morrissey and Vincent, Misses E. Lowe, Vincent and P. Davis. Geraldton. to Perth (Thursday) — Messrs. It. Atkinson, O. Olsen, H. Han son, J. Page, L. IJrevitali, R. O'Leary, F. McKenzie and W. E. Routledge, Mes dames B. Alexander, J. A. Cairns, M. Salvatore, M. Bralich, L. Taylor, Pot ter, Cartwright, Nairn and Doliniore, Misses L. Atkinson, R. Johnson, R. Alexander, K. Salvatore, E. Lockyer, L. Lockyer, S. Dawson, M. Arbuthnott, Wilton, Broadhurst, B. Jones and M Jones, Masters M. Johnson, J. Burgess and L. E. Taylor. . Perth to Geraldton (Wedn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948
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Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales CATTLE VALUES FIRM [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948
Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales CATTLE VALUES FIRM Prices obtained for all classes offered at the fat cattle market at Midland Junction on Tuesday remained firm. The yarding of 572 beasts was again of satisfactory quality and com prised principally good quality medium to weighty bullocks. Quotations: Good weiarhtv hnllsick-s fifi *s* ton i^aa heavy boasts, to £25) ; good medium we!ght, £17 to £1S; medium, £14 to £15; good steers, £15/10/- to £16/10/ (odd beasts higher) ; good light-weight, £12 to £13/10/-; good weighty cows, £14 to £15 (odd beasts,* fo £17) ; good medium weight, £12 to £13/10/-; good light-weight, £10/10/- to £12; medium conditioned, £7 to £9; plain and rough, lower. Choice lightovoijrht steer and heifer beef, «()/- per 1001b.; choice handy weight, 57/0 por 1001b. ; good medium weight bullock, 54/-» per 1001b. ; good heavy-weight, 50/- per 10011).; good cow. 47/0 per 1001b. ; plain and rough, lower.
Upper Chapman District Meeting of Road Board MANY ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948
Upper Chapman District Meeting of Road Board MANY ITEMS OF INTEREST The monthly meeting of rhe Upper Chapman Road Board was held at Nauson on the Sth inst., there being present Messrs. F. R. Cooper (chair man), J. S. Cream, W. F. Forbes, T. H. J. Wright, S. R. Exten, D. A. Gray, H. R. Smith, O. J. Williamson. C P. Eastough and the secretary (Mr. C. Thompson). Finance The monthly statement ior iiecem ber was submitted by the secretary and formally adopted, this showing a debit balance ,of £1,023/12/1. It was explained, however, that after allowing for cash in hand together with amounts due by the Main Roads Department and the Department of Agriculture the debit balance at the date of meeting was £478/13/9. Accounts totalling £730/3/11 were also presented to the meeting and passed for payment, this amount being made up as follows: — Road account, £700/19/11; health account, £S/5/l(); vermin account, £20/lS/2. Correspondehce From the District Railway Engineer. advising that a hydraulic...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948
PERSONAL Mr. R. Temby, of Deanna Salon, who Jias spent the past few days on a busi ness visit to Carnarvon, returned to Geraldton by air yesterday. Miss C. Cavanagh, who joined the training section of the nursing staff of the Children's Hospital in Perth about twelve montlis ago, arrived in Gerald ton by air yesterday morning to spend a holiday with her parents (Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Cavanagh). ***** Mr. J. A. Locke, chairman of direc tors of Lnckes Limited, is at present on a business visit to Geraldton and is staying at the Victoria Hotel. Mr. Locke arrived by air yesterday and intends returning to the city by plane to-morrow. * * * * * Mr. J. O'Dea, who is in charge of the publishing and job printing depart ments --f Geraldton Newspapers Lim ited, left by Tuesday night's train on the first stage of a journey to the Eastern States. The main purpose of Mr. O'Dea's trip is tf- visit his aged mother and fcther relatives in Victoria.
Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948
Radio Theatre Talkies ^ ? Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES ; Drama and humor are admirably blended in the programme to be screen eel at the Radio Theatre to-night. The story of parents whose main concern in life is the gratification of their own selfish desires is told with graphic realism in -Are These Our Parents?' starring Helen Vinson and Lyle Tal bot. A lighter fare is provided in 'Double Exposure,'' which deals with uewsnaners mid rh» nonnia ,.-i.^ n«^ duce them. The attractions for Friday and Saturday nights next are as fol lows : — (1) — Australian Review. I (2)— 'They Made Me a Killer' (Lola Lane, Frank Albertson and Elizabeth Risdon). (3) — 'S.O.A. in a Harem.' (4- — 'Song of Scheherazade' (Yvonne de Carlo, Brian Donlevy and Jean Pierre Aumont). 'They Mads Me a Killer' Robert Lowery and Barbara Britton have the -starring roles in 'They Made Me a Killer,' which will be presented on Friday and Saturday next. In an effort to sell his car to raise funds Tom Durling (Ro...
NABAWA DEFEAT NARALING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948
NABAWA DEFEAT NARALING Winning the toss, Xabawa elected to bat first iu their engagement with Naraling. The opening pair batted soundly and set tln» side oft' to a good start, the chief scorers for Nabawa being Kol Criddle (H2) and L. Cooper (3(5). The other batsmen were dis missed cheaply, the t«;t:il reaching 130 runs before the last wicket fell. X. Stokes secured the bowling honors, tak ing feMir wickois for _4 runs. Xar.il Ing's owners went cheaply und the team was scon in difficulties. The only batsman to make a stand was K. Stokes who scored 21 runs. K. A. ('riddle was in devastating form with the bail and took five wickets at a c-st of only 14 runs. Scores : — NABAWA N. Kupsch, c M. Gray, b K. Stokes 11 L. Cooi»er, l.b.w., j- X. Stokes ... 30 Kol Criddle,- b V. Criddle ? r»2 K. A. Criddie, b X. Stokes ? 1 A. Hay ward, b A. Gray ? 1 S. Hoinsen, c V. Criddle, b X. Stokes -- J. Jupp, c Cullotdu, b X. Stokes . '- F. Jupp. c R. Criddle, b A. Gray 0 T. Cooper, c L. Cox, b A. Gray ....
YUNA No. 1 DEFEAT YUNA No. 2 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948
YUNA Nc. 1 DEFEAT YUNA Nc. 2 i Yuna Xo. 1 made a disastrous siart iu their match against Yuna X-», ± L. Stokes opened the bowling wiili deadly aceiirji--y and with nv-- wickets down for eight runs Yuna Xo. 1 appeared iu a difficult jtosition. However, D. Wheeldon and K. Stakes put matters ] rffeht with registrations of 24 and 3-»7 runs respectively. K. St«ikt»s was in excellent form after his score ot lU(j runs in the previous game1 iu which he had particiiiated. X. Criddle made '-»'- runs in excellent style, whilst It. Warr contributed a useful 2-i runs. The innings was declared closed when seven wickets had fallen for _43 ruu.s. L. Criddle and L. Stokes each aceouiHed for ixm wickets. Lanigan and L. Stckes set Yuna Xo. 2 off to a good start. liutii went for the runs until G. Lsmigan was dismissed after scoring 22 and assisting to bring the team's total to 00 runs. Ijgr Stokes went on to register 43 runs before being caught, behind the wickets. L. Criddle made 17 runs in quick styl...
Free Gold Market French Government Debate A CRITICAL MEASURE Paris, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948
Free Gold Market . ? ♦ ? French Government Debate ? ______ i A CRITICAL MEASURE j Paris, January 20. The Government has decided to main- i tain the text of its Hill to establish a free market in gold. This is the Bill which the National Assembly's Finance Commission rejected on Tuesday. The Assembly is now debating the BilL : The Socialists held a meeting yester day and decided to abstain from vot- ? ing on the Bill as a whole, but resolved , to vote against the clause specifying a free gold market. With 1S4 Com munists opposed to the Government and the Rightist Deputies' attitude doubt ful the Socialist abstention endangers the Bill and therefore Prime Minister Schuuiau's Cabinet.
Australian Students Arrival in America ITINERARY PLANNED New York, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948
Australian Students Arrival in America ITINERARY PLANNED New York. Jnnnnrv 20. Sydney High School student (Peter Ewing) arrived here to-day to attend 'The Now York Herald Tribune' forum. At Manhattan he was wel comed by his hosts, education officials, a large contingent of Australian jour nalists and the first snow he has seen. With six English students and Nor Jnan Curry, of Melbourne, who is due to arrive to-morrow, Ewing will attend various New York High Schools for the next six weeks. He will live with dif ferent families and make sight-seeing trips.
District Hour Mill Annual Shareholders Meeting A DIVIDEND DECLARED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948
District Flour Mill Annual Shareholders Meeting A, DIVIDEND DECLARED The thirty-ninth annual meeting of shareholders of the Victoria District 'flour Milling Company Limited was held in the Board Kcuiu of the com pany yesterday afternoon, when the chairman of directors (Mr. C. Smith) presided. ?In a report on the operations of the jomnanv for the half-year which ended on October 31st last the directors stated that after providing £493/0/4 for depreciation and writing-off £713/7/0 f-;r bad debts the accounts showed a nett profit of £l,91S/ir-/fi, which' included the foundry. The previous period showed a profit of £2,0-13/2/10, making the nett profit for the year £3,U71/18/4. After transferring a fur ther £800 to taxation reserve (making this reserve £2,2.18/18/-) and £500 to the new mill buildinjr reserve account the balance remaining to the credit of the profit and loss appropriation account was £1,731/1/2, from which the direc tors recommended the payment of a 10 lier cent, dividend...
Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Summer Meeting SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948
Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Summer Meeting SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME The following are the acceptances for the summer meeting of the Western Australian Turf Club to be conducted at headquarters on Saturday next : — KOOYONG HANDICAP (For maiden two-year-olds) Five furlongs Precedent - - 9 0 Bragado - - S 4 Satirist ? 8 7 Bradall ? 8 4 Jorank - - - - 8 7 Jesting - - - 8 4 I-. Stream - - 8 G Red Berry - 8 4 G. Intervener 8 5 Camleur - - 8 3 Essential - - 8 5 Koala Bey - 8 3 Gold. Oriel - 8 T- Frivolous S. 8 3 The West'ner 8 ;1 * Lord Mond - 8 2 Inflater - - - 8 r» Fine -Flare - 8 1 Boappa - - - 8 5 Chee Dale - 8 0 ACTION MAIDEN (First Division) Six furlongs Oranic - - - 8 12 Coogilla - - - 8 1 Rodison ? 8 5 G. Quality - 8 0 Dunedin L. - 8 5 Silver Lining 7 12 Tonette ? 8 5 Red Atom - - 7 12 Goldfield's H. 8 4. pine Ridge - 7 12 Wilmare ? 8 4 Royal Don - - 7 11 Our Tr^at - 8 3 Pantess ? 7 10 Courate ? 8 1 Turf Queen - 7 10 Gay Fern - - 8 1 Fond I-och - 7 10 Polyact - - - 8 1 Tyrol Prince 7 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948
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TENNIS North Midlands Tournament BIG HOLIDAY FIXTURE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 29 January 1948
TENNIS North Midlands Tournament BIG HOLIDAY FIXTURE An exiremeiy popular annual fix ture, the Xi.nu .Midlands Champion ship Tennis Tournament, was coutiucl ,--i at .Mingenew on Saturday. Sunday and Monday last, the weather condi- J [ions being unpleasantly hoi on the ! opening day but 'made to order' for the j remaining period of the fixture. Right I J JjI'f ll!?r'}l-llf T rlltJ ft .lii-i i.i iiuAiif 'flwii'it u-.io an excellent attendance of interested spectators, and at the conclusion of play on Monday afternoon the trophies ' lor the completed events were pre- i seined to the respective winners by the member for ihe district - Mr. D. Hraud, M.L.A.j. Record entries were received for the tournament, and notwithstanding the fact that t\v-» additional courts were available on this occasion two events remained unfinished at the end of the third day's play. Led by the president I of the (ieraldton Tennis Club (Mr. W. l\endrick). there was a contingent of forty players from the seaside...