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GOODWOOD MEETING PROGRAMME OF EIGHT EVENTS. Perth, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

GOODWOOD MEETING PROGRAMME OF EIGHT EVENTS. Perth. January 10. The following are the acceptances for events to be run at the Goodwood meet ing on Saturday: — HURDLE RACE. Two miles. Eaymond Terrace 12.3, Prince of Sa nios 10.5, Canowie 10.0, Microphone 9.5, Transdell 9.1, Best Fleece 9.1, Green Sward, Bconamunya. Cassowary Wanderfoot, Burbanks, Wise Guy, Bock Cello, Tranell, Girribiilie 9.0. GOODWOOD PLATE. Six furlongs. Athgarvan 8.7, Coette 7.12, Duetto 7.11, Tnreeania T.10, Eu«:aljn 6.1..V Prince Nassau 6.12, Aye Green, Green Laddie, Gay Silver, Miralga 6.7. GOODWOOD PUBSE. (First Division). Six furlongs. Green Baron 9.7, Martel 8.13, Atuia lad S.12, Moinette 8.6. Qantilate 8.3, Bequester 8.2, Ayrway 8.0, Timi Inihi 7A2, Chrysite 7.11, Miss Acclivity 7.8, Bank Note 7.6, Bad Oone 7.4, Prince Jackson 7.4, Aplomb, Canningyicw, Crystal Light, Isle of Gold, ttoyal Kc turn, Valfort 7.0. f GOODWOOD PURSE. (Second Division) K-ix lunongs. Gloaman 9.0, Bondine 8.13, Lucky Days 8.7, Smokebu...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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BUDDING POLITICIANS TUITION IN PLATFORM SPEAKING LABOUR PARTY'S NEW SCHEME Sydney, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

BUDDING POLITICIANS ^3» TUITION IN PIATPdfai;C:'§l§| SPEAKING ^^gjj] LABOUK PARTY'S NEW SCHEilB ^ #^| — -? ' -????'?v-i^sfl Svdney, January 9: : -- i^S A school for potential politicians is?:;':^sfy the latest scheme decided upon by ^tfce ::S*.-@^| Australian Labour Party- ^.'l^ilfi Mr. A. J. McPherson. the organiOTig^^;^2 secretary, announced that 'apoafcebs'li^^^^ classes would be established tliroii^bBtr^^^S the large .suburbs with the object -rf;-33§pi5| giving members platform experience.' ' ^li^ljfsl He explained that the party was ?as-C-^v^ggS ious to secure the best material 'offer-: '. -^s|ip ing for Parliamentary positions, ' aomLy'.-rr^^^ consequently was determined to igwe?-J^^^ promising candidates every oppditoim.-~-*rSg||| ty of improving themselves. There sraiid3^;-^^§ also be a central debating dub In* the \^KJfli| Trades Hall, where specially «3ee6BS.-''_i'--^^ speakers would attend. Membership o£tv-^Jsg|l the Labour movomijnt will be the «nly';:i^rgl| qualificatio...

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LONDON LORD MAYOR'S SHOW ROUGH RIDING ELIMINATED. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

LONDON LORD MAYOK&pi show - ; ??^'11 ROUGH SIDING 'CT.TMTigTHTKlv ' C 3' -3=5^5 The Lord Mayor in the JB^P^j^Hii^^S days (when, so they say, men?|wHBBifc^^J men), used to show himself off .toZatib^gk^ vantage in the saddle (says the Jjo«t^:€||| don correspondent of the MeVMtt»3^3| 'Age,' describing the last Lord Maijfc£Bij|||f or's Show in London). He ?pamceA^^^ through the city. Sir Kynaston StaaAyg|=|-| might have been obliged to do '---kMS-^3?|t toniay, but for the fact that Sir Cfflg^^ beit Heathcote, in 1711, made «6ifeS||g practice unpopular by being throw»&v;rfe from his horse and thus spoiling ttojiy^g spectacle which thousands bad: ai^53p| sembled to witnesg. - V.;.i:^g Rough riding, so it was conEaderedi1; ':SS was not necessarily a qualification fct-'iyS the position of chief magistrate. I&fei-^gg the citizens broke with tradition, aaMt^Vj^ a coach was provided for1 the 3&orBrS?'||| Mayor. In 1757 there was probably; .;»?; -^«? big surplus ...

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ANTARCTIC WEALTH SEA TEEMING WITH WHALES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

ANTARCTIC WEALTH SEA TEEMING WITH WHALES A novel suggestion for the alleviation of unemployment in Great Britain was made by i&ear- Admiral E. R.' GarthRu;; scl Evan- ('Evans of the Broke') the famous sailor and Antarctic explorer r-:i ?ontiy at a luucncon presiaea over uy Lt.-Gcneral Sir Arthur Sloggett, former f Director-General of Army Medical Ser- j vices. An attempt is to be made to ro- { capture for Great Britain a share of the largely uncxploited possibilities of the whaling industry Tn tne southern seas. Scandinavian efforts arc rapidly cxtcn=I ing in thia area, although a -good -'leai of their success is declared to be depend ent on the scientific -research undertak en by British pioneers. Admiral Evans said that while we in this country were laciorea witn irauc oppression aim ua employment particularly in Lancashire and South Wales, for some inconceiv able reason we were leaving uuctiype;! in the Arctic great sources of wcalt'j which foreign countries were exploit ...

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ARMY REMOUNTS GOOD INFLUENCE OF HORSE RACING INSPECTOR-GENERAL'S PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

ARMY REMOUNTS ? ^ ? GOOD INFLUENCE OF HORSE RACING INSPECTOR-GENERAL'S PROPOSALS. Accompanying the report of the Par liamentary Select Committee on. Rac ing, tabled in the Federal Parliament recently, was a report by the Inspee- ' tor-General of the Coinmonvrealth Mili- J tary Forces relative to the value of horse racing in respect to horse breed ing for army purposes. In the course of his remarks, Sir H. Chauvel says: — 'There is no doubt vrliatever that 4-l- si vtAmi Invif i-- *\f Vi Aruii raAi n/r in A no. tralia has been responsible for the great value of the Australian horse for army purposes. Some of the best blood in England has been introduced fiom time to time. The result was al ready becoming apparent in the South African war, when the horses sent over with our contingents far surpass -*d in stamina and endurance {hose that came from Cajiada and the Argentine, and almost held their own with the local South African horse, which ivas bred the same way. In the cavalry operati...

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BANK CLERK STEALS £595 CONFESSION OF GUILT RACECOURSE GETS THE MONEY Perth, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

BANK CLERK STEALS £595 ? ? ♦ — CONFESSION OF GUILT RACECOURSE GETS THE MONEY Perth, January 10. Aubrey Holt, about 2-, lately em ployed in the Bank of New South Wales was charged in the Civy Police Court yesterday with having felonious ly embezzled and stolen £51)5 belonging to the bank. Holt was willing to have Ihc case rJfnlt with (inallr in th-- PoJi-e Court. but the Police Magistrate (Mr. A. B. Kidsqn) said ha was reluctant to treat the irTattcr thus summarily and ho committed Rolf for trial at the next Criminal Sessions of the Supreme Court. Mr. G. Boyloson, who appeared for the accused, 'said Holt liad boon in the employ of the bank for 10 or 11 years and -.vas rocond officer in charge of the William Street (North Perth) branch. His position was that of telleraccount ant. He had been a very diligent and efficient officer, and was well liked. On December 15 the bank takings amount ed to about £1,600, and before clos ing the bank the accused stole £595. At the races he lost the ...

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METAL TRADE WORKERS ONE BIG UNION SCHEME Sydney, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

METAL TRADE WORKERS ONE BIG UNION SCHEME Sydney, January 10. After deliberations extending over many months a scheme has been pre pared for the formation of a Onebig union in the metal trades. Before the scheme becomes effective it will have to be endorsed by the many unions now operating in the industry. The IAbour Council is responsible foj the proposals having deputed the iron trades group tq, formulate recommenda tions for amalgamation.

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CROSS WORTH £2,000 LATE CZAR'S GIFT TO SINGER. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 10 January 1929

CROSS WORTH £2,000 LATE CZAR'S GIFT TO SINGER. A jewel of exquisite beauty, stud- ded with precious stones, a gift from Czar Alexander II. of Russia to the gifted soprano, Madame Albani, is now in the possession of Mr. Percy Marks, jeweller, of Hunter Street, Sydney. The jewel was a silver Russian cross, which Mr. Marks asserts is worth at least £2,000. The cross, which is backed with gold, is about two inches in height. It contains 10 large Brazilian diamonds of exquisite quality, weighing about 15 carats. In the centre is a huge Oriental pearl of about 30 grains. Mr. Marks received the jewel indirectly from Mrs. Anatonia Maria Mills, who was known in the musical world as Madame Martinego. That singer is stated to have purchased it from Madame Albani.

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UNLAWFUL POSSESSION SLEEPERS TAKEN WITHOUT PERMISSION YANDANOOKA FARMER FINED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION SLEEPERS TAKEN WITH OUT PEPwMISSION YANDAKOOKA FAEMER FEvED 3-aniel tjaiirn, farmer Yandauooka, appeared at the Miiigenew Police Court on January 4, before Messrs E. A. Field and E.*H. Warrener, J's. P., on a charge of being in unlawful pos session of 50 railway sleepers, the pro perty of the Midland Bailway Com Defendant pleaded guilty. Constable Symes, of Mingenew, stat ed that on December 24, defendant picked up two loads of sleepers from railway property. A search warrant vras taken out on reeeipt of a com plaint from the Midland Bailway au thorities, and in company with Mr. Chapman, witness searched defen dant's property and found the sleepers there. Defendant had mentioned that lie had sent a cheque to the Company, but the cheque had not been accepted as satisfaction for the offence. In reply to the magistrates, defen dant said he did not think he had done anything entirely wrong. He knew that he should have had permission to take the sleepers, bnt he did n...

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SWIMMING. 880 YARDS CHAMPIONSHIP BRUSHES JONES'S NEW RECORD Perth, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

SWIMMING. 880 YARDS CHAMPIONSHIP BRUSHES. JONES'S NEW BECOBD ___ j Perth, January 11. Brilliant racing was witnessed at thu Claremont Baths last night when tuc Championship Carnival, in. -which, tiic '? best swimmers in the State participated. ! was held. Brasher Jones was the star nerformer j of the evening. He won the 880-yards { freestyle championship of the State with case. Although he Mras never' challenged at any stage .of the race, he broke his previous record of 11 minutes 47 3-5 seconds by 47 3-5 seconds. Mac Kcnzie was second and Hille third.

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FREE RIDES IN CARS MOTORISTS' RESPONSIBILITIES. LIABILITY FOR ACCIDENT Perth, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

FREE RIDES IN CARS ^ ? MOTORISTS' RESPONSIBILI TIES. LiABOiTfY FOR ACCIDENT I Perth,- January 10. What is the position of the private motorist who good-naturedly gives a passenger a life is subsequently in volved in an accident, and later sued by the passenger for damages cawscd by the accident? Must the motorist pay? According to local instances, the mo torist is liable for damages, and must pay. The Eoyai Automobile Club ia acquainted with, this position, and is anxious to put its members on the safe side of the law in this respect, so. that thoL-e of its members who wish may continue their practice of offering ped estrians a lift without the possibility of heavy damages later in the event of an accident. The insurance policy issued by the club has a special clause dealing with this aspect of insurance, and by its i terms such claims are allowable. Other club members holding insurance poli cies other than those secured - through the club may not be so covered. The club is thus anx...

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THREE SPRINGS PIONEERS PUBLIC SERVICE RECOGNISED FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS CARTER [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

THREE SPRINGS PIONEERS PUBLIC SERVICE RECOG NISED FAREWELL TO MS. AM) MBS CAETEB A farewell evening to Mr. and Mrs. R. Carter was given by the people of Three Springs on Monuay, January 7, wfcen there was a large gathering in the local hall. Mr. Carter was one of the very earliest pioneers of the dis trict, being only preceded — a matter, of a few hours only — by Mr. C. F. Thomas. Twenty-three years ago. Mr. Carter came to Three Springs, and took some land, and Las fought his way through mauy vicissitudes to the posi tion of a prosperous fanner, who is now able to rest in well-earned retire ment, and leave his son to carry on the farm. He has seen the district grow until it occupies a considerable posi tion on the map of the State, and in its progress he has played no light part. Like her hnsband, Mrs. Carter has worked very hard, and it is main ly for her sake that Mr. Carter ia re linquishing farming. For himself, he says he does not know what he is go ing to do with his time when...

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SUNDAY DRINKING INTERESTING GERALDTON CASE HOTEL-KEEPER FINED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

SUNDAY DRINKING INTERESTING GERALDTON; CASE HOTEL-KEEPER FINED In the Police Court this morning, before Messrs G. Lester, and J. T. B. Clarke, J's.P., Daniel Hickey, licensee of the Shamrock, was. fined £10 on a charge laid by Constable Clarke, that he had his premises open on Sunday December 30, for the sale of liquor Defendant who was represented by Mr A. JS. Aitorier, pieaaea not guitiy. Constable Clarke said he visited the Shamrock Hotel on Sunday, December 30, about S.20 p.m. He went down the side lane adjoining the theatre and saw a crowd of men, about fifteen or twenty near the side door, leading to the bar, which was lit up. The door was closed, but there was a lot of noise As soon as he appeared one of the men shouted 'police,' and as he weat to wards the door, the light in the bar went out and at the same time the door opened and some men rushed out. He thought there were about six. They all escaped, and it was too dark to identify them. He went into the bar, where he saw ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

fL. VECCHIA ^rlM 'DAY AND ALL NIGHT / J^wSSm CHEMIST. J :?4HfB Country Orders by Retain ft^ A-~^J^BIi?9 DoorBelL -Jh|BMHP^* NIGHT DISPENSING ^yJUBB||H^

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COOK RUNS AMOK AC CAFE WRECKED Corowa, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

COOK RUNS AMOK A CAFE WRECKED Corowa, January 4. A Greek cook named James Mitchell ran amok at Corowa (Victoria), and arming himself with a chair did damage estimated at £400 in the Tendon Cafe, owned toy Mr. J. H. Conomy. Mitchell wasj^ut on^casually on Christmas Eve, and' when informed later that he was not farther required he refused to ac cept £5 tendered as payment for his ser vices, and demanded £10. He asked Conomy to write a telegram for him to his wife, and while this was being done Mitchell started to smash up the con tents of the cafe.. Valuable marble tables and glass eases were broken, and all the show cases in the shop were bad ly damaged, as were weighing machines, cash registers and many other articles. It is alleged that during the melee Mit chell savagely attacked Conomy with a ham knife, and tried to slash his throat, also that he subsequently made an ef fort to extract money from Conomy '.s pocket and from two broken cash 're- gisters. One of Conomy 's thumbs Wi'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

1929 CENTENARY YEAR 1929 ]§ At the Opening of this Great State's Centenary Year ' S OSWELI/S . ? | Wish that it will be to All Their Patrons j |j THE HAPPIEST AND MOST PROSPEROUS ] f| That they have ever experienced and hope that to ail - d 'Si *i-..\. .* ?* the State it will be — -:-?-*-?- ? :- ^3 THE PEAK YEAR OF ITS PROGRESS : fl ???*« OSWELL'S ^3 TELEPHONE 31. P.O. BOX 57 ,gj

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HIGH DEATH-RATE AT SEA SAILORS LIVING IN FOUL AIR CAMPAIGN FOR IMPROVEMENT London, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

HIGH DEATH-RATE AT SEA SAILORS LIVING IN FOUL AIR CAMPAIGN FOR. IMPROVEMENT London, January 10. The 'Daily .News' says: 'As a pre liminary to a vigorous campaign, Mr, Ernest Bevin, secretary of the Tran sport Workekrs' Union, and the officials of the marine section of that bodv, sharply criticise the working conditions of seamen as being responsible for the highest death-rate of anv class of wor kers. About 221 sailors die fro mtubereulo sis, compared with every 112 miners ow ing to relays of men .occupying the bunks and fouling the air. A few British shipowners have im proved the conditions on post-war ves sels, but the British standard of living for seamen, is generally far below tfte American, Dutch and Scandinavian.'

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H.M.A.S. SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

H.M.A.S. SYDNEY The famous Australian Warship, whose name will live in hintory for her victory over the German raider Einden, is to be scrapped. This work will be carried out at the Cockatoo Island Dockyard to tide over the shortage of work there. The Sydney visited Geraldton about three years ago, when the occasion was marked with a round of festivi ties of a very enjoyable character. The illustration represents the Sydney alongside the wharf at Frcmantle. THE PEARLING INDUSTRY. Part of a Becent Catch of Pearl Shell Landed at Broonie. (Blocks. by the courtesy of 'The West Australian.')

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RUNAWAY TRUCKS HEAVY DAMAGE CAUSED Adelaide, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

RUNAWAY TRUCKS HEAVY DAMAGE CAUSED Adelaide. January 10. During shunting operations at the Mt. *~ Lofty railway station early this morn ing, a guard's van and. 21 trucks .of a train broke away and dashed down the line at a speed of from 80 to 90 niiiCd an hour. In a cutting four and a half niiles I .away, the swaying trucks left the rails, fcjome were smashed to pieces, the wood work being splintered and the ironwork twisted. - The railway tMCK. was torn up, and the rails were twisted for 200 yards. Two hundred pigs and 50 sheep, valu- I ed at £1,100 were killed, ^onc of the j train crew were on board.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

I THE 'MAJESTIC LOOSE LEAF BINDER ft ;' vc^r strong and durable and has the advantage of holding two or three sheets just as firmly and securely as 500 or 1,000. Sheets can be rmeoved or inserted very quickly and easily by adding two or three inch cestion temporarily and locking the top cover, high up. This affords the space necessary and sheets are inserted or removed as in the Security Binder. The End Key Locking Mechanism of the 'MAJESTIC' is simple 'and positive and grips both posts equally. IN STOCK IN THE FOLLOWING SIZES: Size of Leaf: 71ns. z 101ns.; llins. x 121ns; ISins. x 131ns. HALF BOUND LEATHER, COBDUEOY SIDES (as illustrated.) Full Particulars on Application to — GERALDTON NEWSPAPERS LTD. GERALDTON — ! 7 — i ?tfflfl' APIOL. A ?Iff & STEEL I ?HI Sure and Certain for all Female ? ? ??P' complaints. E-vei-y lady should keep ? ? » a box in the bouse. Chemists and Stores ? ? sell them throughout the world. ?

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