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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

DIGESTION mgimi upset? fr;:^ You'll feel better ||ljP! If you've eaten food ^S^^^^^^B that doesn't agree with S^^S^^^M yon, there's no need to £«B^Hifi[sP^ put up TOnth. p3in cind ^jikvH^^^^HlS^m ox tei weirds. _^^^^^^b ???^b^^B^^^^h Uses excess acidity, ^^^^^^ soothes and sweetens a soared stomach and, although «qu:ck to take effect, has lasting action. You'll find, too, that your next meal 2s digested much more comfortably, because De Witt's Antacid Powder eases the strain on your digestion — which means that the upset condition has a better chance to dear up naturally. ? So, when in distress after meals, re- i member — a dose of De Witt's Antacid j Powder offers immediate relief. Get a i canister from your chemist to-day. VeMtts m ANTACID POWDER || For ' Indigestion, Heartburn^' 3^: Acid Stomach, Flatulence and S^] Gastritis. Prices 2/6 and 4/6 ?— '-Jr i Printed and publlrifKl ly Alfred E. i Anderson, of ^^pEleano/ Strejjfr; Ger- J nldton. ^te^Jme nroprie/orpy^feraldtou ; Newffoa...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Miscellaneous — All adver tisements under this heading are charged .at 7*1. per line with mini mum of 2/-. Wedding Reports and Lists of presents, 3/- per in. Funeral Reports and Lists of Wreaths, 3/- per in. Advertising Rates Fivo Ordinary words to Line Birth Notices — Minimum -.'- linos), 3/0. Deaths, Marriages, Fun eral an-l Memoriaui Notices — Minimum ('► lint's), 3/'''. Leader Page or other Paragraphs under read ing matter. 7d. per line

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District Water Supplies Needs of Tomato Growers NEW STANDPIPE POSSIBLE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

District Water Supplies ? __ ? Needs of Tomato Growers NEW STANDPIPE POSSIBLE The member for the district (Hon. j E. H. Hall, M.L.A.) is in receipt of the following communication from the Minister for Works and Water Supply (Mr. V. Poney) relating to an improved , water supply to serve the tomato grow- j ing industry : — 'In connection with the requests made through you by interested indivi duals and bodies regarding alternate uses for the 0-inch welded steel main which is laid from Moonyoonooka tank to the aerodrome, I have had a hydraulic engineer make an investiga tion and also with respect to the request that a water service be laid on to Narngulu. You will recall that a stand-pipe was requested at either site 'A' or site 'B' as shown on sunpriut supplied Xo me. It appears that a standpipe at 'A' or *'B' would mean the purchase of considerable piping. This, as you know, is practically unobtainable just now and is likely to be so for some time because, when a shipment does arrive...

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Inter-District Cricket Combined Teams at Nabawa VICTORY FOR GERALDTON [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Inter-District Cricket ? ?♦ ? Combined Teams at Nabawa VICTORY FOR GERALDTON On Sunday last a team composed largely of plaj-ers who will repivwnt GeraJOtiHi in the Country Cricket Cur nival in Pertli played si same at Xab awa against a team drawn from the Upper Chapman Association. Gerald ton scored au easj- «wiu over the home team who did not reach a total equal to half of that registered by the visitors. K. Parker was again responsible for a tine iniiinps and topi-ed the visitors score with 01 runs. Others to do well with the bat were C. Hurling (41) aud I). Donald (33). The latter two also displayed form with the ball, Harling finishig the day with the best bowliug figures of three wickets for IS runs. Howell was another to do well taking three for 1!) runs. Upper Chapman was in early diflieul Nes at the creases when some of their mainstays fell early victims to the accurate bowling. The sixth man (N. Criddle) was the first, and only one to make a good score, his total being 32 r...

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ELDER, SMITH & CO. LIMITED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

ELDER, SMITH & CO. LIMITED H. & W. Box, Northampton, six bales at »50Jd., fifteen at 5«id., five at 55id., ten at 54d., nine at 44id., eight at 4SJd., thn?e at 473-1., tsvo at 43d., three at 45id., one at 37d., one ar 38id., one at 35d., one at 321d. ; J. D. Hob, three bales at 47d., one at 35d., one at 33Jd. ; A. Rob, Northampton, eight bales at 54d., six at 4Sd., seven at 34d., one at 53-L, cue at 3Sid., one at 3S'i-L, one at 30d., one at 33Jd. ; It. F. Kob, North junpton, four bales at 42^d., one at 32d., six at 30Ad. ; D. L. Teakie, six* bales at 53£d., two at 30Jd., two at 50d., one at 43£d., one at 44^d., uvo nt 39d. ; A. W. Ash, Northampton, four bales at 56id., four at 52d., two at 47id.; H. Al. Teakie, Isseka, four bales at 44id., three at 46d., three at 46Jd., two at 44d., two at 31id. ; L. C. Ralph, Binnu, eleven bales at 511d., three at 46d., one at 4O2d., two at 37d. ; Estate C. Te-ikle, Isseka, eight bales at 52id., li\x- at 4-5Jd., five at 34Ad., two a...

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America and Italy Normal Relations Resumed TREATY SIGNED Rome, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

America and Italy Normal Relations Resumed TREATY SIGNED ? / Rome. February 2. The United; States arid Italy have signed a treaty of friendship, com merce and navigation which marks the resumption of full normal relations. The treaty contains an atomic section specifying that either party will be free to adapt and enforce any measures relating to fissionable materials. It pro vides , similar' freedom for measures relating to the production and traffic of arms and' measures necessary for the maintenance of international peace and security.

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DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED Atkins Uros. Ltd.', Alurgoo, thirty -one bales at -;--id.. twenty-one at 62a-]., eighteen at 'w^tl., four at 54 ; Atkins Bros Ltd. Xarryer, twelve bales at 6'JM., I five at -)'»-!., twenty at t;2d., seven at !-loL, sixteen at -iOAd., twenty at GO^d., i twelve at -ISijd., twelve at -TTJd., tive at r,--Ad.. four at r»3d., four at H4id., two at H4d.. four at .T3d., one at 52 jd., seven at .11 id., six at .11 3d., fourteen at old.: A. G. Atkinson, Ogilvie, fifteen bales at .IS id., four at 54d., five at 50d. ; j Hndja, Ltd.. Yal'g«;o, five bales at 0!)d.. I four at*(5(5d., four at G5id.. two at 63d., ei^ht at (EJXd., twenty-three at G2jd., ten at 5i)d., three at 57|d., two at 57*d., five at .17d.. twelve at .KJJd., two at 56d., eleven at .13id., six at 53id., four at ?''?id. ; E. F. I.ai-wick, Perenjori, five bales at T»2id. ; Boolardy Pastoral Co. Ltd.. IJoolardy, Yalgoo, nineteen bales at -»Sd., six at UO»d., fi%e at mhl., thf;?e at r»7ad., nine at -r...

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Quarantine Broken Kalgoorlie Mother Fined VISIT TO DENTIST Kalgoorlie, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Quarantine Broken KalgOQrlie Mother Fined VISIT TO DENTIST Kaleuorlie, This Afternoon. A Queensltnid wcaian was fined £7/10/- in rhe^Kalgooriie Police Court to-day for having committed a breach of the Infantile Paralysis Quarantine Regulations. She admitted having j allowed her three, children to leave the house where - they were quarantined after nineteen days. Fined was Mrs. O. A. Conden, who is living at Ardagh Street, Kalgoorlie. Counsel for the Kalgoorlie Municipal Council said that Mrs. Conden and the children arrived in Kalgoorlie by air on January 9th. She was told of the j quarantine regulations, but on Janu- | ary 28th, when, a health inspector called J at the house where they were staying, Mrs. Conden and the children were not J there. The inspector was told that | 3Irs. Conden had taken one child for dental treatment and had taken the other children with her. j Counsel for Mrs. Conden said that j she had not visited the dentist. The three children bad not spoken to or co...

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WESTRALIAN FARMERS CO.-OP. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

WESTRALIAN FARROilRS CO.-OP. T. Blayney, Mmdu. one halo at 43d.. j two at 42d. : S. W. Bridgemnn. Xorth- : anipton, seven btiles at 57jil.. two at1 4ili-I.. one at 42d. : X. D. C-ilder. Xarai- j ing, four bales at 53Jd., one at 51 d., on.-* at 42d. : Airs. S. Culloton. Wongoondy. eighteen bales at 53|«1.. eight at 50d.. five at 3Sd. : H. Evos. Walkaway, three balers at 40d., one at 47;.d.. four at 40(1.. four at 3Sd., five at 33d.: Al. G. Fuller, j Oakabella, one at 41i{d.; C. A. Xairn. j Oakabella, four bales at r.2d.. iw-- at 40id. : J. F. Short. Yetna. eighteen bales at 51 id. : H. J. Sims. Xaraling. six bales at 34d. : Wr. J. Teakie & Son. Isseka. five bales at 5Sd.. six at 57d.. four at ! 52d.. four nt 42?.d., four at 433d.. one | at 3i)i d.

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GOLDSBROUGH, MORT &. CO. LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

GOLDSBROUGH, MORT &. CO. LTD. R, F. Cooper, Nanson, four bales at 54 id. ; A. H. Urage, Northampton, six bales at 51 Jd., two at 45d., two at 44d., one at 3Hd., one at 31d. ; D. F. Du Bovilay, Nanson, two bales at 52|d., one at Slid.; S. Duncan, Coolalya. Bring*), three bales at 55£d., three at 55d., one at 51id., one At 51d., one at 4C3d.. two at 45d., two at 3Sd-, one at 341d : .1. H. Eastough, Yetua, four bales at 5.1|d., one at 44d., one at 35d. : J. P. Eastough, j Yetna, three baies at 51d.. one at 43j-L, j three at 43|d. : A. Farrell, Alullewa. two | bales at 42d. : A. E. Grant, Yanget, Geraldton, one bale at 50d., one at 413d., one (scoured) at 55d. ; F. Hatcher, Isseka, four bales at 5Cid. : J. Hendry. Pintharuka, six bales at 4Sid., om- at 39|d. : one at 39d.. one at 3Sd., one at 34id.: C. L. Hipper, Isseka, seven hales at 57d., one at 5Kd., one at 45d., one at 41 *d., one at 36d. : W. Hose & Son, Northampton, one bale at -Hid., one at 50td.. seven at 4it^d....

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS The following passeugers travelled to and from Geraldton by the air ser vice of the MacRcbertson-Miller Avia tion Company Limited during the past throe days :— Perth to Geraldton (Sunday) — Messrs. I. G. Piper, S. Foug aud A. R. Keaue, Mesdames Robinson and J. Tuormau, Miss G. Robinson and Mas ter Robinson! Geraldton to Perth (Sunday) — Messrs. F. McGill, K. Bensley, F. J. Horwood, A. Fong and Haslan, Mrs. D. S. Whife and Misses H. Brede, M. Hughau aud Master I. McPherson. Geraldtou to Perth' (Monday) — Messrs. J. R. Sewell, R. Krautlt, 1L Jones, K. Gamble, H. Clarice, Solomons, H. F. Sadie, H. Jacoby, D. Cairns, Moore, Krachler, .1. G. Gosdeu aud Gordon, Mesdames Hilliman, E. Fisher, H. Jacoby, D. Cairns and J. G. Gosden, Misses J. Bradshaw, Sache, Ebbosen, B. Gray. P. Hill and R. Roberts, Mas ters M. Fisher, G. Cairns and G. Gos den. Broeme to Geraldton (Monday) — Misses K. Duncan and J. Duncan. Carnarvon to Geraldton (Monday) — Mr. L. H. I nmster, Misses' Sc...

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Cancer Treatment PATIENTS' TESTIMONY Mr. Braund's Methods Lauded "I HAVE SAVED MY LIFE" Sydney, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Cancer Treatment PATIENTS' TESTIMONY Mr. Braund's Methods Lauded 'I HAVE SAVED MY LIFE' Sydney. Feforuarv 3. Four patients who have had «mocr.- removed by Mr. John Hraund iu the past three weeks report that they were feelmg well and hopeful. The patients are as follows: — Mrs. M. Jackson, Can terbury Road, LakeiMbu; ilr. A. Walshe, Major's Bay Road, Concord ; Mr. J. Wheeler, Albion Street, Padding ton ; and a woman who had :i cancer of the ovary removed and wishes to remain anonymous. Mrs. Jackson said that the improve ment in her general health since Mr. Hraund rentoved . the cancer was re markable. 'I had had a lump in my I breast for years, but took no notice of it,' she said. 'It broke out actively ? five months ago and was diagnosed as ! cancer. I had deep-ray treatment, j which was unsuccessful. Then I saw , an article about Mr. Braund. As the ' doctor, who was giving me the ray j told me I had only from six months to ' two years to live I decided to give Mr. , Braund a chance...

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The Geraldton Guardian TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1948 CHINESE COMMUNISTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

She -&cntibton-&uxr&imi TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1948 CHINESE COMMUNISTS Only about a month ago a highrank ing spokesman of the Chnese National Government declared that the current j hostilities in China did not constitute a | civil war, but were merely operations i for the elimination of Communist j rebels, but the steady deterioration of j rhe Nationalist cause since then can ! scarcely fail to niake even Nanking . revise its estimate of the standing of j these disastrous operations. Most of 1 the fighting has been in Manchuria, the j great and rich most northerly province ] of the old Chinese Empire, which, how- j e^er, has not effectively belonged tit \ China for many years. It was there ] that the Japanese achieved their first ! major foothold on the Chinese main- j land some two decades ago. turning the province into the allegedly independent puppet State of Manchukuo. 'But even j before the Japanese established them- ; selves there with little opposition, ...

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Geraldton Post-Office New Structure Proposed OFFICERS APPROACHED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Geraldtoif Post-Office New .Structure Proposed OFFICERS APPROACHED i Recently, members' of the works ci.nt- ] uiittee of the GeraJdroii Municipal j Council discussed with representatives of the Postmaster-General's Depart ment the proposal advanced by the Council for the construction of a new J post-office in Geraldton. Cr. L. W. Sh«pheard presided and the depart mental representatives included the Acting Superintendent of losts and j Telegraphs (Mr. J. Bohau), the chief.' architect of the Department of Works j and Housing (Mr. Finlayson). a depart mental engineer (Mr. F. Miller) and the district postal inspector (Mr. Rob- j son). | Cr. Shepheard outlined the Council's j proposal and explained that the subject j had already been submitted to the Department in the course of corres pondence. He said that the Depart- ' meat had found it necessary to enlarge 1 tlK? existing post-office, but it was fe'.i i that the accommodation which was to ? be supplied in this respect would be ' inade...

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Hindu Leader's Ashes Immersion in the Ganges A DAY OF MOURNING New Delhi, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Hindu Leader's Ashes Immersion in the Ganges A DAY OF MOURNING New Delhi, February 3. Hindu leader Gandhi's ashes will be immersed in the sacred waters of the Ganges by Allahabad on 'Thursday of iiest week. This will be observed as a day of national mourning.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Li TEETH MAY BE SAVED Second Step— gums infected, ^--^ _**&maa**. mm '&:?? j^™tj||i^S It's pleasant tasting! It tones up your !?£ Sm1tionTasLenece^ whoIe mouth *««?-« teeth cIea' °nd **** Sectedl^h^vShS Once §*'»* become unhealthy, even perfect teeth may be | that tooth. S.B. may have doomed. And it can happen so easily! Gums start to prevented this tragic loss. bleed, become sore, soft and spongy. Gum rot sets in I ( 1 and almost before you* know it, a sound tooth may have ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS * ** extracted. ?t- , r ,- , tj - i He/ft guard those precious teeth and gums with J.K., the (TakGjeT-^hLShoT n«v kind of toothpaste. Brush your teeth regularly. erf* O' ? I You'll be amazed how much whiter they look. Rub a Sodium Ricinoieate y^ 5^ into your sams and keep your mouth healthy. improves teeth and glimS / j£p ~- — -, ? Get a tube of S.R. right away. after daily application of ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^S|^I^^^^^^HyMMila J. KITCHEN & SONS PTY. LTD. SR.I5.II3 ROYAL AUSTR...

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Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Meeting WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Meeting WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY The following weights have been declared for the February uieerins of rhe Western Australian Turf Club to be conducted on Sanirdas- next : — MAXXEQUIX HANDICAP (For two-year-olds)1 Five furlongs Precedent - - '.) 2 Bragado ? 7 9 Bright Sky - S 10 Red Berry - - 7 9 San Gey ? S S Joan's Star - 7 !- J«llair - - - - 8 0 Melter's Gl. - 7 9- D. Stream -SO Sansaval - - 7 9 San Balkan - S_ 0 Karenie ? 7 S Hindas Gi. -8 0 ilerredin - - 7 S Chanting - - 7 12 Dainty Olive 7 « Essential - - 7 VI Azothic ? 7 tf Dual Legend 7 12 Bo Leap ? 7 5 The Wcst'ner 7 30 Chee Dale - - 7 ~» Aesthete - - 7 10 - New Fiddle - 7 2 Canileur - - 7 10 Kearney ? 7 2 Golden Oriel 7 10 SUSARION HANDICAP (For five years and under) Seven furlongs Cyclotiou - - 9 0 Epinard ? 7 11 Resound ? S 5 Charinant - - 7 10 Tonette ? 8 5 The Turk - - 7 9 Norris ? 8 5 Tyrol Prince 7 8 Rodison ? 8 5 Mattie ? 7 8 Bosisto ? 8 3 Kialla Lady 7 7 Wilmare ? 8 2 Acrmarc - - 7 6 Dunedi...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

PERSONAL Police-constabie B~ Carr, oflicerin charge of the police station at Nun garin, is spending a holiday in Gerald ton with his parents (Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Carr, of Fitzgerald Street). Mr. K. E. Seabridge, general manager in Western Australia for Bruce Small Pty. Ltd., paid a brief visit to Gerald- I ton. to-day and left again for the city late this afternoon. Mr. S. Edelmau, B.Sc, of the staff of the Kalgocrlie School of Mines, accom panied by his wife, is holidaying in Geraldton as the guests of the hitter's parents (Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Carr, of Fitzgerald 'Street. i * * * * * * ] Police-Inspector A. M. O'Connor, i eflicer-iu-churge --f the Northern Police District, left (Jeraldton yesterday on an official visit to Perth and expects to return to the town on Friday next. Mr. O'Connor will then retire from the service of the Western Australian Police Force and will be succeeded by Id iee-I lispector W. H. Archibald, who was previously stationed at Geraldton as a sergeant. * * * ...

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Letter to the Editor Activities of Moscow Agents A LOP-SIDED POLICY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

Letter to the Editor Activities of Moscow Agents A LOP-SIDED POLICY SiJfc— It is an extraordinary lop sided way we have of doing things When we expel to the last man those good workers, the Italian prisoners--.f- war and allow that worthless, non working trouble-maker, the Moscow agent, to remain. Thf Italians were good workers and would have played a very useful part in our rotiutry had those who wanted to been allowed to | remain. Many of them were very | anxious to. yet they were all rounded! up and hunted out. The Aloscow agent j has not yet taken a gun against us. i hut it will not be long before he does-, j He has the freedom of rhe country ai:d ! is working before our very eyes 1 towards the complete desmi--f;-ni uf j our institutions and the opening of our j doors to all the colors of the world. | Indeed he is having the time of his worthless life, entirely without chal lenge from any authority, all because j Federal Labor says that nothinjx can he I done about it. Alany of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 3 February 1948

BABY: Now you've had a swing at being me, how do you like it? MUMMY: Honey, does your skin ever get so uncom fortable? B^BY: Often! That's why I bellow for the right kind of s'cin care . . . what I need is Johnson's Baby Powder and Baby Cream. MUMMY: You do? But why both? BABY:^ Simple! I need cooling sprinkles of satiny-soft Johnson's Baby Powder to keep me happy all day . . . Then I need gentle smooth overs with Johnson's Baby and Toilet Cream whenever chafes or skin irritations - happen along . . . MUMMY: Let me down lamb, we'll swing over right now for some Johnson's. t Johnson's Baby Powder Johnson's Baby Cream ^^^ U PTY. ° LTD. WORLD'S LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF SURGICAL DRESSINGS ? __ ? - 367 I ? 1 ? IF YOUR ? |i Pride in Local Achievement !; ... DICTATES THAT YOU BUY ... Globe Lager YOUR PALATE CZX Y0UR i WILL /Jg| FRIENDS ! ALSO BE ^BLIfc^ WILL LIKE j PLEASED WQeU0% IT, TOO j \ BREWED NBSM BREWED i BOTTLED IN \Ish/ BOTTLED IN I j GERALDTON -3SUI* GERALDTON I ? BY THE ? i Glob...

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