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A CLERK OF COURTS ARRESTED ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT OF £92 Perth, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

A CLERK OF COURTS ARRESTED - ? ^ ? ALLEGED niwrBTW.gT.'gMT'.WP OF £92 Perth, January 10. Frank Gregory (35), Clerk of Courts at Mcrredin, was arrested last night and charged with having, at Merrcdiu be tween June 19 and November 23, stolen. £92, which came into his hands as a public servant. The money, it was stated, consisted of Savings Bank deposits and receipts from revenue stamps sales.

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

^#**^\ V-^^^** Ve bave ^nst °Penea » Very Una \ /Ov -Sfr Jttange of Boxed Stationery, specially \/ ^^tf£y$k selected to suit all tastes. / - 7 No Better Range in Town. /T/\ ^^^^^ ALL ^^n'O^G REQUISITES IN |N. ^O^re GERALDTON NEWSPAPERS ^ -/^** LIMITED, GERALDTON 4

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INTERNATIONAL CRICKET ENGLAND V. BENDIGO A DRAWN MATCH Bendigo, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

INTERNATIONAL CRICKET ♦ ENGLAND V, BENDIGO A DBA WIT MATCH liendigo, January 10. The match between tho English XI. and a Beudigo district team was drawn: — ENGLAND. First Innings. Sut cliff e, b Ogilvie ? 1 ' 30 Leyland, c Ogiivie, b Willctt ? 41 Tyldesley, c Cgilvie, b Moore ? 52 Mead, c Porter, b Moore .* ? 2h_ Hammond, b Moore . :'. .7. . ?*u^»-1 ' 3', Jardine, c Porter, b Moore 'TfTl. . 15 Ames, c Moore, b Bushbridge y ? 48 Hendren, c Thomas, b Ogilvib . ? 73 Larwood, lb.w., b Bushbridge ? 0 Chapman, not out ? 20 Geary, b Bushbridge ? 0 Sundries ? 3 Total ? 305 Second Innings. Geary, Ibw. b Bushbridge ? 21 Larwood, Ibw., b Willett ? 17 Hammond, stp Martin, b Willett .. 73 Jardine, not out ? 83 Ames, run out ? 0 Leyland, -? Thomas, b Moore ... 5 Tyldesley, b Moore ? 0 Chapman, c Bushbridge, b Moore 9 Mead, b Willott ? 1 Hendren, c Ogilvie, b Moore ? (5 Sutcliffe, not out - ? 39 Sundries ? 1 ? 1 Total for 9 wickets ? 255 BENDIGO. First Innings. Ogilvie, b Larwood ? 1 Porter, b Lar...

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GERALDTON SWIMMING CLUB PREPARATIONS FOR GERALDTON WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

GERALDTON SWIMMINGS CLUB -||| ? - £ BSfS PREPARATIONS FOR GOU ALDTON WEEK I ^ Mr. M. Little presided at a. mcetmsj-: of the Geraldton Swimming Club last ^Jj night. - i A^s The secretary reported that Je**oc|;|^ of thanks had been sent to Mr. 'Syd HjjpK? vis for his assistance in the New ¥ieajr*! Carnival, and also to Captain- Joluwfaaj ~ :s of the Famdale, for the loan off ttesS bunting. '--isl '??'* In connection with the late startiBjj. - of the points races on Sunday^, ^tr$ Bell moved that in future 'fl^r'aS'.''' nience at 11 o'clock sharp. ib^AflaL^: seconded, and the motion was 'iauoneA/:^ It w;ls decided. on the motion of'Mt'' Bell, seconded by Mr. Carter; tiut thie ^ Geraldton Week committee bo asked to ; provide a trestle and planking TOtt which to construct the swimming \ course. The cost would be approximate ly £7- -: V Messrs. Carter, Grocsslcr and €3i£ton : were elected a sub-committee to invep- J^ tisate the probable cost of tlie aewv course, with instructions to submit...

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ENGLISH TOUR THE FIXTURES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

ENGLISH TOUR THE FIXTURES Following are the remaining fixtures for the Englishmen's tour: — January 12 to 15 — V. Tasmania, at Launcestois. January 18 to 21 — V. Tasmania,, at Hobart. January 25 to 29. — V. South Austra lia, at Adelaide. ' ? . '? February 1 to 7.— FOUBTH TEST.' MATCH, at Adelaide.. '? ~i-- February 9 to 11. — V. Ballarat, at Ballarat. February 15 to 19. — V. New South Wales, at Sydney. February *21 and 22.— V. Western Districts (N.S.W.), at Bathurst. February 25 and 26. — V. Southern Districts, at Goulburn. March 1 to 5. — V. Victoria, at Mel bourne. March 8 to 14. — FIFTH TEST MATCH, at Melbourne. March 21 and 23.— V. Western Aus tralia (side to include five players from South Australia and Victoria), at Perth.

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PRICE OF BREAD IN PERTH REDUCTION TO-MORROW Perth, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

FJOCE OF BREAD IN PERTH V' - SEDUCTION TO -MOEBOW P«rth, January 11. As from to-morrow the price of bread will be reduced. The new prices will be: — Wholesale 5d. per 21b loaf; cash, 5Jd. per 21b loaf; bookod, 6a. per 21b. loaf. The decision of the Master Bakers' Association to make a reduction is consequent upon a lowering of the price of flour. How long the new ' prices will continue is not stated, nor is there any indication of a further ? reduction should the price of flour again drop.

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

Telegrams and Letters: 'GUARDIAN' Geraldton. Telephone 29 P.O. Box 33 = ? ''''??--iiiiuimunnii,iniiiiiiiiiiMlMMMaH«l«^^% I ™ JB I DISTRICT NEWSPikPHU^jjl ! : ? ' ~#i I PUBLISHED DAILY r*|I I 6 p.m. Saturdays. - t*J§**§* s iiiiiiiiuniiinimiinimiimiiiiiiuiiiniiitiMMMMaMWMMS J^.— '

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HEAT WAVE IN SYDNEY PEOPLE SLEEP ON BEACHES Sydney, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

HEAF WAVE IN SYDNEY PEOPLE SLEEP ON BEACHES Sydney, January 10. Sydney is in the throes of a pheno- J mcnal heat wave. Although yesterday's official temperature reading was 106.2 the thermometer at Cremornc just op posite Circular Quay, rose to 111. Thou sands of people slept on the beaches, and thousands indulged in night bath ing, despite the danger from sharks. It was impossible for the baths to ac commodate the waiting queues. A record in water consumption was created, no fewer than 143,141,530 gal ~ Ions being used in the metropolis. The previous record was 130,122,740 gal . Ions, on November 29 last.

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DANGEROUS CRIMINAL PROPOSED EXTRADITION Bordeaux, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

DANGEROUS CRIMINAL PBOPOSED EXTRADITION Bordeaux. .Tanuarv 0. The Australian. John Parker, who was arrested on October 26, on the ar rival of the Moselle, in accordance with the request of the British Government, alleging that he is a dangerous crim inal escaped from prison in Sydney, appeared before the Chamber of Indict ments to-day. He stoutly denied the allegations, and was confronted by two Australian detectives, who recognised him. Fing er prints taken from the wanted miss ing man in Australia corresponded, with Parker 's. The Chamber of Indictments held Parker's identity established, and de cided to advise the Government with a view to extradition.

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

TO-MORROW NIGHT (SATURDAY) THE TRUSTEES OF THE COOT*ERA * TIVE WHEAT POOL OF WEST ERN AUSTRALIA. 1927/28 POOL. Declaration of Final Dividend. rjWE Fifth and Final Dividend of a Penny half penny (Hd.) per bushel on wheat in the abovenamed pool, will be available on Wednesday next, Jan uary 16. Certificate holders are requested to surrender their certificates for surplus to the paying bank for payment. By Order Of the Trustees of the Co-operative Wheat Pool of Western Australia. H. E. BRAINE. Secretary. O V S |J SEE THESE T ^f CAPTIVATING J^ ]^[ COMBATIVE 'y- J_ LIGHTWEIGHTS -p -J IN 15 TORRID ROUNDS g, Q TOWN HALL, m JJ GERALDTON f J^ FRIDAY, JANUARY 18 *f yfc BE THERE. 9 Prices: Gallery 3/3; Floor 4/4; Ring side 6/6. Box Plans at Webb and Dornan's C. C. O'CONNOR, Promoter. NORTHAMPTON MARKET WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1929 at 2 p.m, gLDER, SMITH & CO,, LIMITED have received instructions from Various Owners to offer for salo BY AUCTION, as above:— 2,830 Sheep 2,830 Comprising: — ...

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THE NATION'S SYMPATHY BULLETINS LARGELY READ [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

THE NATION'S SYMPATHY BULLETINS LARGELY BEAD The sympathy which his condition has inspired is shown by the large ' cTOwds outside Buckingham Palace, who anxiously avrait each fresh bulle tin which is posted on the railings to the left of the great gates. A bulle tin consists of a sheet of the Uoyal notepapcr surmounted by the Crown in red, with the signed statement by the two doctors in attendance shown in typescript. It is displayed in a wooden frame with glass in front and green baizo behind, and is easily read because the little crowd realises, without any advice from the police near by, that it is merely sharing a privilege.

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THE BLUE ENSIGN NUMBER OF RESERVISTS REQUIRED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

THE BLUE ENSIGN ? w ? — NUMBER OF RESERVISTS REQUIRED The Hon. the Minister for Defence (Senator Sir T. W. Glasgow) announces that advice has been received from the British Government that, for the year 1929, the number of Ifcservists wlio must form part of the crew to render a Merchant Ship eligible to fly the Blue Ensign is seven. This number is in addition to the Master of the vcs:cL It will probably be remembered that in iyjo the British Admiralty paid a compliment to Australia by amending its regulations to permit the Blue En sigu to be flown on a British Merchant Ship of which a portion of the Officers and crew were members of the Royal Australian Naval Bcscrvc (sea-goingi, or, in case .of officers, if they were on the retired or emergency list of the l{oyal Au;tralian Navy. The Admiralty each year specify tho number of reservist members of the crew necessary to qualify a ship for this distinction. The number fixed for 1026 and 1U27 was eight, which was reduced to :evcn last y...

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THE KING'S LOVE OF HOME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

THE KING'S LOVE OF HOME A Minister in constant attendance -m the King stated recently that His Ma jesty was often advised to spend part of the winter abroad, but would insist on attending to his public duties. 'His Majesty's chest has become weaker of late years,' he said, 'and I have often suggested that he should follow the ex ample of the Duke of Connaught by spending at least a part of the winter in a warmer climate. He has never cared for the idea.' Since his some what serious illness, nearly fouT years ago, the King has been free from colds. On that occasion he took, on medical advice, a Mediterranean cruise in the Eoyal yacht, joining her in the south of France. This was the first and only time since his accession that he has left England for reasons of health — un- like King Edward, who regularly took the cure at Maricnbad and enjoyed '^racing sojourns at Biarritz.

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N.S.W. LOSSES IN 1928 A £20,000,000 YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

N.S.W. LOSSES IN 1928 A £20,000,000 YEAR The year 1928 will (says the Sydney correspondent of the Melbourne '/Age') be memorable in New South Wales for the record of fires. Approx? iuiatcly the insurance companies havr had to pay out something like £20,000, 000 which would have made a. big hole in the national debt if it could hare been handed over as compensation for national safety. One of the largest fires was that of the Cumberland paper mill:, for whicii an insurance cheque of £234,900 has just been handed over. This docs not re present all the loss. Tlic other big fire was that? at More; whoa practically the whole town was swept, away, and the famous bore with its spouting water from the depths of the earth could not save the conflagration from sweeping on its course. There were practically two epuodes in this great fire. llcst of the fires, however, centre round the metropolitan area, where lighting appliances of the world's best are available, and a fire-fighting force that ...

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DREDGE HANDS LEAVING SEAMEN'S UNION BACK TO THE OLD FOLD Perth, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

DREDGE HANDS ? ♦ LEAVING SEAMEN'S UNION HACK. TO THE OLD FOLD Perth, January 10. About four years ago tne men em ployed at various ports on Government dredges elected to transfer their union membership from the Dock, Rivers, and Harbor 'Workers' Union to the Sea men's Union- On Monday last the ten men employed on the only dredge at *i«.*inav»+ -nrnvirincr at 'Pr^niA.lttla 7Oine7 up again with the Dock Worker 's Union. The explanation of the re-transfer is that the new award of the Doek Work ers' Union, which was issued in .the State Arbitration Court last month, contains a clause stipulating that all employees on dredges covered by the award shall join that union. There are other dredge workers em ployed at Geraldton, Bunbury, and Albany, and it is expected that these will be enrolled with the union next week. Altogether the Seamen 's Union loses and the Dock Workers' Union gains about 75 members as the result of the clause. The new award for which the union has been working for abo...

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ARCHBISHOP LEES DEATH FROM HEART TROUBLE Melbourne, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

ARCHBISHOP LEES DEATH FKOM HEART TROUBLE Melbourne, January 10. Dr. Harrington Lees, the Anglican Archbishop of Melbourne, died sudden ly at Bishop's Court to-day. His death -was due to heart trouble

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GERALDTON v. NORTH [?] [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

GEBALDTOU v. NORTH »eSfe*MIIs5|l An inter-association match bctwwMugj the above associations will be played^it5^ Mingenew on Sunday. The Geaaflb^^ team has been chosen as Soflowsr^g Angel, Bearde, Davies, Evcnsen, Citoes^ slcr, Harris, Ledsham, Say, SfcLeocLj=g Snodgrass, TunstilL -^5 The cars will leave at 5 o'clockruajp Saturday afternoon. Players are jasi^ cd to wear their usual cxicfatft mtiftwSiS only. ~~ 5'*r||

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SEAMEN'S UNION NEW FREMANTLE SECRETARY Melbourne, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

SEAMEN'S UNION NEW FBEBIANTLE SECRETARY Melbourne. January 10. At a. meeting to-day the committee of management of the Seamen 's Union ap pointed JT. Byrnes, of Fromantic, to act as secretary of the West Australian branch of the union. This action is con sidered to be a direct repudiation of T. Thomson, the present secretary, who has identified himself with the propos ed new union.

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COOROW AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION MARCHAGEE v. WADDY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

COOROW AN© DISraiCTlj ASSOCIATION ?_ II MARCHAGEE v. WAODT - jl After a spell of sbc weeks -JirDBgt^ harvest, the Coorow and Disbiet A»lJi sociation resumed their second mHi of matches on Sunday, -laanc1iajge^ travelling to Waddy Forrest, 'wkei^ they obtained a two point ?win .. ^|j|| Following arc^ the scores;— ^ =-^^P MABCHAGEE. ^-p| O'Bandell, Ibw, b FoBana '..?„.. JSm W. O'hern, c Jones, b Foflana .. ^©p Bobertson, c Bouser, b PoUand ~ . 'sjtol G. O'Hern, b Morcombe ? »'S|fi Ferguson, c Morcombe, b Gre*anrooil1|£l| Bowley, c and b FoUaxuL ? ?....-_^fe| G. W. O'Hern, not on* ? ? «fi|l Randell, c Morcombe, b Jones -.'?'jjifS J. O'Hern, c Morcombe,. b SViBaaiLla^i Longmore, b Jones ? -..'?..». V#|fi Battersby, b Jones ? J...^--^H Sundries ? ? .' ~i&m WADDY iX-EEST. '-^^8 First Timings. ^-sjg|lli| Jones, b Ferguson ...,.....,'_... _^|gS| G. Greenwood, b Ferguson ... ? -^-IP-SB S. Folland, b Ferguson '-?--— *-|ffijsi T. Morcombe, Ibw, b W. O^He^~~;r^J||| P. Morcombe, c and b ...

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CYCLE AND CAR COLLIDE FATHER AND SON INJURED Perth, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

CYCLE AND CAR COLLIDE — ♦ — FATHER AND SON IN JTTEED Perth, January 10. Aii a result of a collision between a motor cycle and a motor car at Claremont yesterday, Wm- Sandilands and Itls ixin, William, both of Cottcr-ios Beach, who were riding on the cycre, were taken to the Perth Hospital, where the elder man was found to have sev eral ribs fractured. The younger man was detained fpr observation^

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