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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

Printed and Published for Geraldton NeTO%-apera£|L**«ted, by AlStedff J£hB En£&t, ^OTlto)^ia2]pJBwMitflj£|Alar inie-fllrraod, / ©eralaron*TVesrorn 'Aus- tralia, f y .7 ? i Cu any Branch o/* W NATIONAL BANK you mail obtain Copies of its fnformafive Booklets ' ' 7 entitled \ SERVICES & FACILITIES AND ARE YOU GOING ABROAD? These RiWicattons Convey niuch useful j Information and Indicate the Various ^ Ways in Which the BanK, may be helpfiil to you They shoW that the Bankk Service 'f~* confers the Financial side oP FVimary f 9l Secondary Production. Land Settle ment, Trade & Commerce. Investments. Loans. Overseas Business & Tourist' ReauiTen|ents | COPIES MAY BE OBTAINED AT ANY OF THE BANI& BRANCHES [ NATIONAL BANK OK? AUSTRALASIA LTD. CAPITAL PAID DP J FESKRY- FU 3 **ss^J £5.000 000 I £3 030.00a ~^J ^-\ Total Asse s, 31st- March 1928 &*Sfil2M*Jjr^*

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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THE 1930 TESTS MARYLEBONE LIMITATIONS. London Jan. 9 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

THE 1930 TESTS MARYLEBONE LIMITATIONS. 1 London Jan. P The Marylcbone Cricket Club has de cided that the first four Test Matche.; in 1930 will be limited to foui days and the fifth will be played out.

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GERALDTON WEEK THE PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

GERALDTON WEEK ?lp ? . ?-.???: 'SIy^I THE PEOGEAMME ; ? ^1 ? ' ?? ':;;:^ The programme for Gcraldton Week, -^ L-oniniencing on Saturday, January 26, :_jg L- as follows: — . ... jx. Saturday, January 26 (nnofiftcial)— r;-.0. Morning. — Opening of Bowling Tonr- .- /^ aauicnt. - '-. - '-'?;£ Afternoon.— First day of \5eton& ??- J^ District Turf Club's Annual Cup mesa- ^ | inf. '— ':'?': Evening. — A Championship Fight ''\.~;i Sunday, January 27 (unofficial) — ' :'r Afternoon. — Beach Attractions: Bow- *.3 ing. Yachting and Swimming races. . ~:.\ Evening — Open-air Concert on tifi ' - - Esplanade. ; .. '?-_?'- Monday, January 28 (Official Openlng^'^pM :- Day)— *£}'Z Morning. — Continuation of Bowling Tournament; Opening of Open Tennis . ;: Tournament, including Victoria District - ?;.' Championships; rowing regatta; yacht- - ~ ing races; swimming carnival;' child.- : v ren's beach sports. Afternoon. — Second day of Victoria .. '; District Turf Club's Annual Cup meet- . ? ing. .'...

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MAIL TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

MAIL TIME TABLE Mails close at Geraidtou Post Office ;: for the undermentioned places es Cot ~ ' ?tws: — ' - ', '?'f! Perth Lines. ~._'~i J'erth, FremauUe nut! intermediate J- places, via Miditf.-I. — Aloudu v e, 4 a m.; 2 p.m.; Tliur&duys 4 a.m. - '.';'-? Penh, via Woag.-ni I fills.- -*fundayB, ' : 6 a.m. ;';: Cue lone. _ 5 Cue and intermediate places. — Mkm-- days, 8 a.m. . ?, , ---. Cue, Mcekatharra rand intermediate -???:' placets. — Tuesdays and Fridaya, JL30 '! &.m. ..'i Yalgoo and intermediate places ?- *-? tVodnesday a oil Saturday, 8 a w - :'^. Aluliewa, Valgoo aud Wougan Line ::^ — -Thursdays., b ajn. . ?-''? Northampton Line. - JSorfhampton and intermediate piste- ~ *~- es. — Mondays and Thursdays, il «-m, ? .Northampton, Ajiina and intermed iate places. — Tuesdays and Fridays, lO aan.

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ROADSIDE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

BOADS1DE MAlTjj. Geraldton-Whelarra. — leaves Gerald ton, Tuesdays, and Fridays, 11 ajn. Be- - turns Wednesdays, 4.45 pjn^ Saturdays 7.15 p.m. Geraldton-Karra Tarra. — leaves Ger--^ _- aldton Friday 9 p. m.; returns Sunday fc-^-i^ 7.30 p.m. ' Geraldton-Bluff Point.— Leaves Ger aldton, Mondays, Wednesdays, Thnre days, and Saturdays, 9 a.m; Tuesdays - and Fridays, 11 a.Ei. Returns, Mon days, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sat urdays, 9 ajn; Tuesdays and Fridays,

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AERIAL MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

AERIAL MALLS. The ordinary mail leaves Geraldton -for Carnarvon, northwards, Saturdays, 8 turn, and returns Thursdays 1050 a-m. Southward to Perth closes, Thursday, 6 a.m. ; : : ^

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GERALDTON HARBOUR DREDGING OPERATIONS SIR WILLIAM MATHEW TO UNDERGO OVERHAUL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

GERALDTON HARBOUR DREDGING OPERATIONS SIR WILLIAM MATHEW TO UN DERGO OVERHAUL. The big bucket dredge, Sir William Mathcw, which is engaged on the Gcr aldton Harbour Works, will proceed to Melbourne before the end of the mon th to undergo a thorough ^overhauL This work is necessary about every two years, and as there is no slipway in tbe otatc Dig cnougn to accommo date tne vessel, which is the largest sea-going dredge in Australia, the long voyage to and from Melbourne cannot be obviated. The dredge, which will be taken to Melbourne by her crew, will be away two or three months. It was hoped at one time her place would be filled by another bucket dredge, but appar ently the other dredges in the State cannot be spared from where they are operating, and consequently bucket dredging ? will be suspended until the Sir William Mathew returns. As only about half the men employ ed on the, dredge will be required to man her for the voyage to Melbourne this means that a certain number will be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

Whilst bathing, an Aberdonian got into difficulties, and a lifebuoy wa» thrown to him. He had already been under twice, and, just before going down for the third time, he shouted, 'Is there any charge for the use 61! thist'j Wmt l ^3™ rMam I ^/^)J DAY AND ALL NIGHT 1 '^JgXSSM V ^|S|? Country Orders by Return -^'i^^^^^^^H |=yS2 NIGHT DISPENSING ^.^^^^^H At a land ballot at Eakin Spliiy^jlpl (N.S.W.) tlierc were 2J§9 a£pKraals§§|| for 60,000 acres. ^^~ ~-lllll

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SUPERPHOSPHATE WORKS ERECTION COMMENCES NEXT WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

SUPERPHOSPHATE WORKS ERECTION COHGMENCES NEXT WEEK Work in connection with the erection of the superphosphate works at BlulT Point is showing marked progress. The railway swUng is completed, and is ready for traffic, while the levelling of the chemical works site is proceed ing. The concrete foundation blocks for the steel stanchions lor tne sued ant? raw material buildings, are being plac ed in position. At present there are 200 tons of steel on the ground, and the contractors for the fctcel work, Messrs. Elder, Smith & Company, arc bringing a number of men from Perth by Monday night's express, arriving here Tuesday morning. The steel erections will then be commenced immediately.

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COUNTRY CRICKET A MATCH AT DURAWAH. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

COUNTRY CRICKET '% A MATCH AT DURAWAS. ^H| The Kojarcna Cricket Team met ^^'S^^M Durawah Eleven on the latter's gniTn^'-^SBM on January -i, attempting to Mjjeat ^*^^^^B victory they infiietcd upon tlie-ii Il-H!e^f!j||B| weeks back. The jramc, b-iwc*e% **''^^^^H suited in a dcei-l.vl w.n for_Ifl^srat^»^^^g The outstanding feature in\ ^^^^^^H was the lack of batenien to successfiilly v||||||| stand up to the fast bowling. E. lnfr|||l||j ncy and M. O'Malley, of Kb jarcna, flis^^^g tinguished themselves in tite Iirst3n!|§|||||| nings with their bowling; the fonnesrj||||||| securing two wicKets lor iz rims, toamt-iggmgm ing six overs, four of whidi *e**|||||||i maidens. The latter captured tiirec^^M wickets at an average cost off serc£|||ll|l| runs. H. Nbrris and J. White l»wielij|j|§|| well for Durawah, keeping1 the lratease*i|Hg« busy defending. The first innings »j8§ii|s| suited in 38 runs for Durawah, ©£Twh?d|||l||§| J. White made 13, and 23 for H*gai£di||Hgl C. Culloton making IX. D...

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PRACTICAL GRATITUDE £25,000 FOR CHARITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

PRACTICAL GRATITUDE £25,000 FOR CHARITIES. Iu gratitude for his escape from a motor smash at Surbiton (Eng.) re cently, .whejn he, his secretary, and his chauffeur were slightly injured, Lord Beaverbrook is distributing £25,000 for charitable purposes. He has already given £1,000 to in- 1 dividuais, and £1000 to the local medi cal school. He is offering £1000 to the Surbiton Hospital, and has asked the Prime Minister (Mr. Baldwin) to distribute the remainder, ehiefly to , assist medical education. J

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THE IMMORTAL SHRINE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

TUP IMJl/inUTAI CUDINI7 apt. Will Longstaff's picture of the London Cenotaph, which is remnisccnt of his famous pieture, 'Menin Gate at Midnight.' (Blocks by courtesy of the 'West Australian.'')

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

For FARMERS £ £ *g'J| JTj'* ^% ' ' BIGGER L0AD CARRIERS. A^ Amd ^%^ LOWER COSTS The most profitable Truck for Wheat Carrying or Gen eral Transportation. Six-cylinder, 7-bearing crankshaft, pressure fed lubrication, specially strengthened chassis, 4 wheel intern al hydraulic brakes, Myers Magazine lubricators, Heavy Duty tyres, Artillery type wheels . EVERY IMPROVEMENT HAS BEEN EMBODIED EN BEO. A -ton, 1-ton, l£-ton, 2-ton, 3-ton, and two special Bus chassis. AT-T. CABBY TWELVE MONTHS' GUARANTEE. Chassis Prices from £298 Any Trial. Terms Can Be Arranged. BE IN THE VAN OF PROGRESS ! I JOIN THE LARGE NUMBER OF SATISFIED 'REO' OWNEFS NOW OPERATING 'REO' TRUCKS IN ALL PARTS OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. REO'S STATE WIDE FAME FOR SERVICE AFTER SALE DENNY BROS, LTD. 439-447 MURRAY STREET, PERTH. Tel. A5198, 3 lines. (Near MDligan St.) Telegrams 'DENNY BEOS. PEKTH. The House that Is noted throughout the State for its 'After Sale' Service

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SEAPLANE FALLS 3,000 FEET FOUR FRENCH OFFICERS ABOARD THE VESSEL SUBMERGED Paris, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

SEAPLANE FALLS 3,000 FEET — ♦ i FOUR FRENCH OFFICERS ABOARD THE VESSEL SUBMERGED Paris, January 8. A t rench naval all-motal seaplane on a trial flight at Nice to-day under the command of Lieutenant Camperden, with four officers as passengers, sud denly dived into the sea from a height of 3,000 feet- when four miles frpm the coast and disappeared. Several boats went off from the shore and recovered the dead body of one officer. The seaplane is visible from the surface and efforts will bo made to raise it.

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FASCINATING ADVENTURESS HOW SHE GOT A FUR COAT AN OUTFITTER VICTIMISED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

FASCINATING ADVEN TURESS HOW SHE GOT A FUR COAT j ? j AN OUTFITTER VICTIMISED \ i Not too tall, about 28 years of age, ! a tight fitting black hat from under - which peeped golden curls, exquisitely ; modelled features with a fascinating j dimple in each cheek, a very . smart brown tailor-made costume and shoes to match, and in her elegantly gloved hand a chic goftL-mountcd sac-a-main. Such (writes the Brussels correspon- , aeni or me .uonaon uauy jM.au 'j was the vision that stepped from a model saloon car which pulled up out side a women 's outfitters in Brussels. The vision was escorted into the shop by a well-dressed, middle-aged man with four prominent gold teeth, who went away on other business. Mme. dc Gourtrai she said she was known to her friends at Nini. She was occupying Room 183 in the smartest hotel in the city, and she wanted to see some pullovers. All she bought, however, was a reel of cotton. A Bewitching Smile. Next afternoon she came back, this time alone. 'My husb...

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JUGO-SLAVIA THE KING'S DICTATORSHIP NEW ROYAL DECREES London, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

JUGO-SLAVIA THE KING'S DICTATOR SHIP NEW aOYAL DECREES London, January 9. *Fhe Vienna correspondent of 'The Times' states that new royal decrees arj£ announced in the official JugoSla vian 'Gazette.' Under these decrees a Supreme Court is established for the protection of the State, with power to impose the death penalty on persons convicted of conspiracy against the new regime. A Supreme Economic Council is also created, and all judicial and magisterial appointments will be made by an order of the Crown. The promulgation of these decrees by King Alexander follows his Coup-d'Etat of last monday when, in order to ter minate racial strife and overcome the breakdown of Parliamentary Govern ment in the country, he assumed a com plete autocracy by suspending the con stitution set up in 1921 ,and dissolving the National* Assembly. In the proclamation issued fry him on Monday, the King declared that the hour had come when there could n.ot be j any intermediary between the King and the peop...

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THE WHEAT BELT RAINFALL LIMIT SURVEY BY METEOROLOGISTS Perth, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

THE WHEAT BELT RAINFALL LIMIT SURVEY BY METEOROLOGISTS Perth. Januarv 10. The possibilities in regard to extend ing the West Australian wheat belt northward and eastward bevond the present limit of settlement were dis cussed early last year by the Com monwealth Meteorologist for this State, Mr. E. B. Curlewis, and the assistant meteorologist, Mr. M. E. O'Dowd, in an article, which was written specially ror inclusion with other matter in the West Australian rainfall volume. In view of a certain amount of delay in the publication of this book, and be cause of the importance of the subject at a time when settlement is pushing out and out into the drier areas, per mission has been obtained from the Central Meteorological Bureau to an ticipate the rainfall volume. The authors commence with a sum mary of the history of meteorology in Western Australia and of the rise of the wheat growing industry to offset mo uccuuiug uuipui or goia. iiiey refer to the way in which wheatgrow ing was pushe...

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CEMETERY DESECRATED DRINKING PARTIES IN VAULT YOUTHS HOLD ORGIES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

CEMpTERY DESECRATED w ? ^ ? DkirtKING PARTIES IN VAULT YOUTHS HOLD ORGIES The sensational discovery that a vault | in the Eastern Cemetery, Gcclong (Vic toria), had been entered and coffins opened, has been made by Mr. H. 'i^ek liam the sexton. The family, which » owns the vault is rao of the best known western district families, and the vault in the Qhureh ,of England section is a deep, and with a capacity for 2-i coffins. The door of the vault is a large free stone slab nearly six inches thick, stout ly braced and hinged. Recently Mr. Paekham found the door open. He closed it; but on Friday finding it open again, decided to make an inspection. A surprising discovery was made. Two of the coffin ?? had boon broken open and the leaden caskets slashed open with knives. Portion of a body was found on the floor of the ?? vault. It is assumed that the leaden caskets were opened under the imprc. fcion that valuable articles had been buried with the bodies. Th? coffin han dles and plates w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

MILLINERY SPECIALS We are offering all our New Seasons' Millinery, including — MODELS, TBIMMED BANGKOKS TUSCAN STBAWS AND BEADY TO-WEABS, ETC., At Eedueed Prices regardless of cost. AT Q/1'(— A Large Range of MOD O/ ELS, and BEADrTO WEAES, worth up to 27/6 AT 'I O/(i— MODELS and BEADY XM/ TO-WEABg, worth up to 35/-. SUNSHADES ! SUNSHADES ! All Sunshades marked under cost. SEE OUB WINDOW DISPLAY All Goods marked in Plain Figures. THE COLISEUM 'Where yon Imy lietter.' G.S.WILLOCK, Proprietor 100 MARINE TEBBACE Phone 116. GEBALDTONl SAVE MONEY AT KALAF'S TO-MORROW ' BEANS ? 3 lbs. for 1/ BBOWN ONIONS 51b. for 1/ WHTTE ONIONS 31b. for 1/ TOMATOES, — 2* lbs. for 1/ EATING PLUMS ? 6d- 1b. WATEB MELON ? 2d. lb. CABBAGE ? = ? .2$. lb. Also Everything Else Cheap BY VISITING KALAFS YOU SAVE MONEY, Transfer of Land Act, 1893. APPLICATION No. 2547/1928 rj\AKE Notice that GEOBGE BAKBE ? of Geraldton, Batcher, has made application to be registered under the' Transfer of Land Act, 1893 as the prop...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS FOR MEN AND BOYS AT CARTER'S. HENS' Black Cotton SOX; this- MEN 'S All Wool Black Ribbed SOX; week only 1/- pair. , this week only 1/9 pair. , MEN'S Blue Engineer SHIKTS; this MEN'S White Canvas TENNIS wcek oniy 4/6 each. SHOES; this week only, 5/6 p:ir. 1 MEN-S A11 Wool FLANNELS, well ' cut- this woek only 4/6 each. ? MEN'S Striped Fashion SHIRTb, j with Collar to match; this week only BOYS' Fully Lined Cotton Tweed 3/9. ? KNICKERS; this week only 3/3. ? Tiri'v»Q 'V.n Stvlr' SPORTS BOVS' White Tennis SHIRTS; only smRTs'in ^S .n?-rip«Sr?E a few left; this week only 2/11. week only, 4/11. BOYS' Washing SUITS for Summer, ,, ,-, f, ensjo sizes 11 to 14; this week only 4/11. MEN'S 'Balbriggan' Cotton SING- .__,„„. LETS and PANTS for summer wear; BOY'S' One-piece Cotton BAlilfcKO, this week only, 2/(5 each. this week only 2/3 pair. REMEMBER ALWAYS: _ CARTERS SELL IT FOR LESS (PHONE 253 Day and Night) (BOX 7S- TERRIFIC TIMBER EXPLOSION R. JOSEPH'S FURNITURE ARCADE. GE...

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