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Municipal Problems Councillors State Difficulties THE DOG NUISANCE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 31 January 1948

Municipal Problems ? «- ? i Councillors State Difficulties THE DOG NUISANCE ; The first meeting of the Oraldton Municipal O.unrit since the annual Christinas and new year recess was held on Wednesday night last, and des pite the formidable agenda pla--ed before councillors the «-ivic fathers ??on- eluded their deliberations in less th;jn j three hours. When Cr. L. W. Sliep- j I heard, who presided iu the absence of the Mayor (Dr. J. McAleer) --a lied for j general business several councillors j i|eferred to matters which clamor for j 4tteution. I ! ' Cr. N. J. -Jla.ss said that the presence j -;f dogs and the driving of cars along j the foreshore at the West-End Heach j presented the Council wirh difficulties, j it would seem that the dogs were |»er- i nritted to roam the Ijeach without I j restraint. He understood, however, j ! that there was a v municipal by-law j which made it ixissible to imixtuud j such dogs. He would like to be j informed of the Council's attitude Tto the pres...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Greens for Poultry Sprouted Oats Recommended A USEFUL SUBSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 31 January 1948

Greens (or Poultry ^ — Sprouted Oats Recommended A USEFUL SUBSTITUTE A supply of green feed all the year round is essential for poultry, espec ially during the summer months, to provide. -them with the necessary vita mins nHiuired to keep the birds healthy. A local poultry farmer, who recently moved to a new bhx-k and who had no green feed available, applied to th,» dis trict agricultural adviser 4 Mr. (I. L. Throssell) for information on the method of sprouting etc. The follow ing advice supplied by the Chief Poul try Adviser (Mr. E. Lovegrow) will be of interest to poultry -raisers generally. 'Spmuted oats are a good 'substitute for green ftvd, but only oats of good quality should be used. - vne pound of oats will make about 331b. of succulent ? sprouted oats and will feed one hund red hens fitr one day. The .sprouted oats should be fed. roots included, when ' the sprouts are about four to six inches ] luug and while the roots are white. jTlie oafs should be placet! iu - feet by l...

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Neglected Child Behaviour on a Farm SEEKS ANOTHER CHANCE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 31 January 1948

Neglected Child Behaviour on a Farm ^ SEEKS ANOTHER CHANCE In the Geraldtou Children's Court yesterday an application was made to t lie resident magistrate (Mr. T. Aiisull) by Detective A. L. AI. Wedd, to declare a jseveiUei'ii-year-old lad a neglected ciiild uuXer the uieaniug of the Child Welfare Act. Detective Wedd -said that ou Jan uary 14th he received a complaint con cerning the boy's conduct from his employer, who was farming- six miles l'ruiii Geraldtcn. Later the same day he (Wedd) visited the farm aud informed the youth that his employee was not satisfied with his conduct and that whisky, beer, sherry aud postage; stamps had been missed from the household, in which he was employed as a kitchen hand. The youth denied stealing the liquor, but admitted that he told an associate that he had stolen. liquor from the house. On January 11th the youth aud a friend went to the former's quarters with a bottle of whisky and one of sherry, which the buy said he irot from the homestead....

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Eastern States Racing Meeting at Mentone HINDU PRINCE WINS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 31 January 1948

Eastern States Racing Meeting at Mentone HINDU PRINCE. WINS Following a it; Hie results of ihe/ events conducted at ihe meeting of the Epsom Turf Club at Men tone this alleriiot.-n ? — BASS JUVENILE HANDICAP Six furlongs Lady Antouel, 7.12 ? 1 Royal Myth, S.2 ? 2 Lady Lima, S.7 ? 3 Other starters: Balsar S.i), Royal Monarch SM, Arabiut 8.8, Anomaly S.-», Damon 8.1'S, Dextral S.t-, Golden Streak S.-», rindus S.i-, Le Beau y.«i, Tetrana 8.0, Haricia S.4, Promising 8-4, Shav ari S.4, Tamela Louise S.0. Betting: 12 to 1 against the winner. Dividends: 14/(-, 15/-, S/ CUKLSE A 11 AN 1 )IO Al- One-and-a-quarter miles Colin's Iride, SJO ? 1 Dhutia, 8.0 . - ? 2 Midhurst, 7.12 ? 3 Other starters: Bold John S.V,, Metel lus. 7.~-, Fairy Floss 7.4, Authority 7.2, Big Heart 7,2, Goodwood 7.2, Flo's Joy 7.0. Betting: 3 to 1 against the winner. Dividends: 8/0, 12/ti, I)/-. EPSOM STAKES Seven furJoiigs ( First Division) Lord Baden, 7.7 ? 1 San Joauess, 7.0 ? 2 Bray Law, 9.8 ? 3 Other starters: Lord ...

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Grainger's Troubles Often Arrested for Vagrancy SLEEPS ON PIANO New York, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 31 January 1948

Grainger's Troubles ? ♦ Often Arrested for Vagrancy SLEEPS ON PIANO New York, January 30. The Australian sixty-four-year-old pianist and composer (Percy Grainger) is often arrested for vagrancy. He hikes to his concert appearances in worn khaki clothes arid carrying a rucksack. This is stated in the maga zine 'Xew Yorker's*' celebrated 'Pro- ^ iiUi' series, which makes Grainger its subject this week. rllK- opening article makes many references to Grainger's indifference to clolh-'s. It says that he was gaoled on his arrival at Wausau (Wisconsin) by tin; Chief of Police, who himself held . tickets in Grainger's concert, and refused t«j release him until his pro moter.-; arrived. The article says that Grainger often sleeps on top of the piano alter his concerts. Born iu Mel bourne. Percy Grainger went to Ger many at the age of ten and to London at seventeen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 31 January 1948

MISCELLANEOUS j^XYTHING in the line of Electrical Goods is available through Young Motors Limited, Geraldton. iA^ NEW Supply of Deodorisers for Refrigerators and Ice Boxes has now arrived at Young Motors Limited, Geraldtou. J^IR FORCE Association (Geraldton Branch) — The ' monthly general meeting will be held at Birdwood House on Monday next, February 3rd. at S.15 p.m. : the business of the evening will be followed by social games. Intending or visiting members from other branches are cordially invited. QYCLE Tyres and Tubes! Supplies in all sizes are again to hand. Call at the Parts Department of Young Motors Limited, Geraldton. 0W_A. — The usual service of After ' noon Tea at the Parish Hall by the C.W.A. on the first Friday of each month will not be giwn on the first Friday in February. — Lilian Muigrue, President. QAR, Truck and Tractor Re-Boring, Cylinder Sleeving and Complete Engine Overhaul by a First-Class Mechanic; all work guaranteed and standard charges. — Young Motors Li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 31 January 1948

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Letter to the Editor Opposition to Sunday Sport CHURCHES' VIEWPOINT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 31 January 1948

Letter to the Editor Opposition to Sunday Sport CHURCHES' VIEWPOINT Sir. — As Ministers of the three branches of the Christ churches     mentioned hereunder, we note with regret, that the Geraldton Municipal Council has granted permission for the opening of Amusement lPark for enter- tainment on Sunday afternoons. These churches hold the sanctity of the Lord's     Day very dearly, and we must protest   against any further desecration of it.   We would also congratulate Mr. Askew   for his stout opposition to the applica-   lion, and regret that the other coun- cillors did nut give him the support he deserved. In reply to the case put up in support of the application, we would respectively point out that vandalism can be controlled, and most effectively   minimised by parental control, the   inculcation into the child mind of a sense of moral and civic res...

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Municipal Boundaries Council Suggests Extension MINISTER APPROACHED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 31 January 1948

Municipal Boundaries Council Suggests Extension MINISTER APPROACHED Correspondence has been exchanged between the Geraldton Municipal Coun-   cil and the Minister for Local Govern- ment (Mr. A. . Watts) regarding the revision of the municipal boundaries,   In a report to the last meeting of the   Council Mr. Carter said that it was   the original intention of the State Gov- ernment to review the boundaries of all   municipalilies and in this connection   Geraldton was included. However the   Executive Council had decided to appoint Mr. E. H. Rosman a Royal Commissioner to enquire into the boundaries of the Bunbury, Busselton, Collie, Northam and Kalgoorlie Coun   cils. Since then both Albany and Ger-   aldton had asked to be included within   the terms of reference of the Commis-   ioner. The Minister had advised that   the Royal...

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Sunday Sport Question Attitude of Anglican Church "ONE OF DISAPPROVAL" [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Sunday Sport Question Attitude of Anglican Church 'ONE OF DISAPPROVAL' The Bishop of North-West Australia (Right Rev. J. Frewer) writes as fol lows : — 'With reference to the permission granted by the Municipal Council to the Geraldton Progress and Tourist Association to operate devices for the entertainment of children on the West End Beach and at Amusement Park on Sundays between the hours of 2 p.m. and 6 pjn., the, official attitude of the Church of England here is one of dis approvad, even when the money pro ceeds are devoted to worthy objects.''

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Restrictions Necessary GOVERNMENT'S CONCERN Perth, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Restrictions Necessary GOVERNMENT'S CONCERN Perth, February 3. An assurance that the Fisheries Department and Government had care fully considered the crayfish resources of the West Australian coast before imposing restrictions was given by. the Minister for Fisheries {Mr. Abbott) yesterday. Mr. Abbott said that after a scienti fiV investigation into the crayfish popul ation at Abrolhos Islands, and other factors — to . which both State and Federal officers contributed — the State Government decided that in the inter ests of the industry restrictions wonl-l have to be imposed. The effect of these would be measured from time to time and, if they proved inadequate, further action would have to be con sidered.

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Crayfish Industry Season Cut by Two Months FURTHER RESTRICTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Crayfish Industry Season Cut by Two Months FURTHER RESTRICTIONS In an effort to conserve the supplies of crayfish in the waters adjacent to the Abrolhos Islands the Government has decided to shorten the open season by two months. The season will now' open on March 15th aud conclude on August 31st. In reply to inquiries made regarding the matter the Hon. E. H. Hall, M.L.A., is in receipt of advice from the Chief Inspector of Fisheries (Mr. A. J. Fraser) that the following decisions concerning crayfishing at the Abrolhos Island have been made by the Government :— (1) Production quotas, as proposed by certain interested partes, will ? not be imposed. (2) The open season for crayfishing will commence on .March 15th and conclude on August 31st. (3) The present legal minimum length of 2% inch will stand, but this length will be rigorously enforced. (4) A regulation will shortly be. issued establishing a landing place at the Geraldton wharf for all crayfish caught north of the 29th paralle...

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Sheffield Shield Cricket Western Australian Defeated A FIGHTING FINISH Sydney, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Sheffield Shield Cricket Western Australian Defeated A FIGHTING FINISH Sydney, This Afternoon. Despite. a lighting finish Western Australia suffered au outright defeat at (he hands of New South Wales iu the .Sheffield Shield match concluded at the Sydney Cricket Ground this afternoon. This mornimr fNe\v South Wales declared its stx-ond innings closed when four wickets had fallen for 2fH) runts, ?uul Western Australia set the task of compiling 304 for a win. Despite the early dismissal of Edwards the side fought gamely till the ten interval. Following tire resumption Carmody, who contributed 81 runs to the total, lost his wicker, and thereafter Western Australia collapsed and were all o;;l for 20.1 runs, thus sustaining defeat by US runs. Details of the scores, so far :is they are available, are as follows: — -N'EW SOUTH WALES First Innings E. Lukeman, c Cumming, b OTJwyer ? 17 \Y. Donaldson, b Cumming ? 105 K. Miller, l.b.w., b Puckett .. .. 170 J. Moroney, c Watt, b Puckett .. 12 I...

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Protests By Russia REJECTED BY AMERICA Warships in Italian Ports PERMISSION GRANTED Washington, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Protests By Russia REJECTED BY AMERICA Warships in Italian Ports PERMISSION GRANTED \Vashin^i-!i!, I-Vbrunrv 2. The United States to-day rejected two Soviet protests. The first was lhaf the presence of American warships in Italian porrs violate 'the new n-ja-e treaty with Italy, which required the withdrawal of all Allied armed forces by December lath. The second was that the American Military Mission in iVrsia threatened the violation of the Soviet-Persian frontier. In a Note to the Soviet Government the United States State Department said that the Italian Government had granted advance permission for all visits by t nited States warships. It was customary for Sovereign States to grant privileges of visirs ro naval vts sels and personnel of friendly foreign powers. The Russian charges relating to IVr sia were rejected as complete distor tions, said a State Department spokes man. 'They simply are not true,'' he said.

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Moslems in Siam Plotting for Separation ARRESTS AT PATANI Bangkok, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Moslems in Siam ^ ? Plotting for Separation ARRESTS AT PATANI Bangkok. February 3. Moslems of four Southern I'ro\incos are reported to be plotting to separ ate frof» .Siam and join the new Feder ation of Malaya. The Provinces (Vnt ani, Yala, Setul and Naradhavas) were formerly independent Malay States. Demanding Moslem administration and Moslem holidays are 700,000 Malays in the Provinces. In the middle of January Siamese police arrested three Malay leaders at Patani. Police reinforcements have been rushed to Patani and Naradhavas. whore the Separationist Movement is strongest. The ('government is contemplating the re-appointment of a Siamese Moslem High Commissioner for the area, a post which was abolishe^l before the war for economic reasons.

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BOWLS Pennant Play at Geraldton LAST SATURDAY'S GAMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

BOWLS Pennant Play at Geraldton LAST SATURDAY'S GAMES The pennant fixtures of the Gerald ton Bowling Club were continued under pleasant conditions on the local greeu last Saturday afternoon, but due to the absence of several members all teams were restricted to three players. Fol- I lowing two successive wins to some what narrow the margin in the aggre gate points of the two factions for the present season, ''(..loW sustained another reverse on this occasion . to j give 'Bluev a lead of six points or the ' equivalent of thrwe matches. Iu this i series of games ''Blue' won on three rinks, the successful teams beius cap tamed* by Wheat, Currie a»d Brede, j mid it was only the decisive victory of ? Butler's- team that reduced the whining margin to eight points. The teams and ! scores were as follows: — G. B. P. Dorian, E. Gee ami P. Gib son (capt.) ? 17 K. 15. Halley, A. Crothers ami { A. Wheat (capt.) ? 27 A. Logan, P.- Stone and T. i Askew (capt.) ? 21 I T. Gibson, T. Hicks and J. Cu...

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Anglo-Iraq Treaty Rejection by Committee FIERCE OPPOSITION Baghdad, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Anglo-Iraq Treaty ? «. ? Rejection by Committee FIERCE OPPOSITION Baghdad, February 3. The Iraq Ministerial Committee formed to deal with the Anglo-Iraq treaty has decided to reject it. The treaty, sitrned at Portsmouth on January l.r-th, provided for co-operation with Britain in defence, military guid ance and the training of the Iraq army. It met with widespread opposi tion by newspapers and political leaders, and led to fierce protests and riots in which at least seventy people were killed and 300 wounded. The Special Ministerial Committee Vas formed after the resignation of the Government of Salih Jabr. who signed the treaty.

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Palestine Partition COMMISSION'S REPORT Position Will Get Worse BRITAIN'S ATTITUDE Lake Success, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Palestine Partition COMMISSION'S REPORT Position Will Get Worse BRITAIN'S ATTITUDE Lake Success, February 3. The Palystiue situation in more likely to get wors:.' rlran to improve, accord ing to the L'nited Nations I'alestine Commission. ? In its tirst lvyi.rt to the Security OiHN'il to-day the Commission express- '? -h! the fear that all security and admin- i istnitiva services in I'alestine would collapse -m the termination of the British Mandaxe. The only remedy ] was to give the Commission adequate ! means to exercise its authority. j The Commission was giving serious attention - to the security problem, including the possible need for an international force for implementing The partition. It is believed that Com mission members should go to Palestine considerably in advance of the Man dale's termination. Therefore it re garded Britain's refusal to allow the CVimmssum to enter Palestine until a fortnight before thft Mandate expired as unsatisfactory. Discussions with Britain on ...

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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

ladso Theatre Talkies Current Attractions ♦ ? REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES There was a complete change of pro gramme at tlu» Kadio Theatre last night, the main ntrractous in the bill U'iiiiC 'Army \Viw--.' featuring Kly.se Km x and Marjorie Itnmbeau, and 'Tbt* Blue Dahlia.' in which stellar roles arc taken by Alan I.add, Veronica Lake and William B;-ndix. Several | interesting short subjects conclude the j fare, which will In; repeated again to-night and to-morrow night. The programme for Thursday night is as follows: — ii ) — Xewsreel. (I!) — 'Itefiirn of 1ho Vikings.' (3) — Brevity. (4) — 'Bivnda Starr, Ileporlor' (Serial) (.'-- — -Alan from Music Mountain' (Hoy lingers, Utah Terry and 'Trigger'). ?'Army Wives' Mjtr.j-.rie liainbejui scorns an out standing success in 'Army Wives,' which will \n- screened lo-nijrlu and to-morrow nijiht Miss Uanibeau plays tii;1 umch-exp'Tioiiced wife of a regtrl.-u' army sergeant. The mother of six army -minded children, she is both guide and philosopher f...

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Girl Severely Burnt Succumbs to Injuries GAS STOVE MISHAP Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Girl Severely Burnt Succumbs to Injuries GAS STOVE MISHAP Perth, This Afternoon. Severely burned at her home yester day afternoon, Judy Smith (15), of Yeovil Crescent, Bicton, died in the Freruantle Hospital early to-day. It is believed that her clothes caught fire when she was lighting- a gas stove. She was alone in the house at the time and rushed .out to the front lawn where neighbours beat out the flames. JItss Smith was severely burned on the chest, arms and part of the back. An inquest will be held. Weather Forecast. — The Weather Bureau to-day issued the Geraldton forecast for the next twenty-four hours as follows : — Fine and hot with increas ing cloudiness and later becoming unsettled ; moderate north-east ro north west winds and slight seas.

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