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ROBBERY AT THREE SPRINGS £85 WORTH OF GOODS STOLEN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

ROBBERY AT THREE SPRINGS £85' WOETH OF GOODS STOLEN After partaking of a light supper in the shape of biscuits and cheese and beer, and leaving a card inscribed 'With the compliments of the season,' thieves who broke into the North Midland Co-operative Store premises at Three Springs between midnight on Saturday last and the early hours of Sunday morning, got away with goods] to the value of approximately £85. The swag included about 20 ladies dresses, 33 pairs of socks, & tennis rac quet, and a quantity of drapery, and was, presumably, packed in three suit cases, which were also missing. Mr. E. E. Cole, a storeman in the em ploy of the company, was the first to notice depredation when he came to feed the horses on Sunday morning. Constable Street was approached, and promptly got to work, but at the time of writing no arrest has been made. Detective Bead, of the C.LD. is now conducting enqiries.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BOXING CUNNINGHAM v. SILVEST [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

BOXING CXnmilNGHAM v. SQ.VEST i Arrangements are well in band for I the forthcoming Cunningham-Silvest fight. Silvest will arrive in Geraldton on Tuesday next, to finish off his train ing. Cunningham has been training for some time and is working - into great condition, and will, it is stated, bo fit to give Silvest the fight of his life.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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CARNAMAH BURGLARY OFFENDERS PUNISHED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

CARNAMAH BURGLARY OFFENDERS PUNISHED E. McDonald and Thomas ,alias 'Dutchy,' who were recently remand edi for eight days at Three Springs Police Court on a charge of stealing at Carnamah, were trieu later and fined £7/17/- with £2/5/- costs, a total of £10 each, or in default 30 days' im prisonment. McDonald paid the fine and 'Dutchy'i has been escorted to Geraldton gaol to serve his time.

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ROADSIDE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

ROADSIDE MATTfl, Geraldton-Whelarra.— leaves Genld ton, Tuesdays, and Fridays, 11 «Jtt. Be turns Wednesdays, 4.45 pjm_ Saturdays 7.35 pjn. Geraldton-Narra Tarra. — leaves Qer aldton Friday- 9 p. m.; returns Sudna 7.30 p.m. - ^ Geraldton-Bluff Point.— Leaves Ger aldton, Mondays, Wednesdays, Thns days, and Saturdays, 9 aan; Tuesdays *nd Fridays, 11 a.m. Retums/Mo*. days, Wednesdays, Thursdays, ana Sat urdays, 0 a.mj Tuesdays and XtidajB.

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MAIL TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

MAIL TIME TABI£ Mails close at Geraidtou PostOAee -: for the undermentioned places ea fei- * ♦?ws: — Perth lanes. Perth, Fremantle uad intemwdiata '. places, via Midlibd.— Mondays, 4 mm; - pjn,; Thursdays 4 ajn. Perth, via Wongau Hills.-- Hba&ra*. Cne T.ino Cue and intermediate places. — Mon- days, 8 a-m. Cne, Meekatharra and intenaedntB places. — Tuesdays and Fridays, 4U30 ft ,pi, Yalgoo and intermediate pUi Ml Wednesday and* Saturday, 8 «,i. Mullewa, Yd%oo and Wongan Un — Thursdays^ 'ajn. Northampton Idne. Northampton and intermediate gdse es. — Mondays and Thursdays, 9 »»?» Northampton, Ajana-and intermed iate places.— Tuesdays and FxidaTa. JO

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LOCHIEL'S SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

bOC&SEL'S SELECTIONS. Hurdles :— Baymond Terrace 1, Prince of Samoa 2, Microphone 3. . .I'iate:— Tbreeania 1, Duetto 2, Prince Nassau 3. Purse (1st Division).— Atuwlad 1, Moiuette 2, Cantilate 3. Parse (2nd. Division) :— Pilette I, Lucky Days 2, Mt. Isa 3. Doncasler (1st. Division): — Kilreid 1 Scotch £Uoy 2, Coolbarro or Perfect Juggins 3. ? Dan^aster (2nd. Pivision): — Fnaee Paladinl, Hint 2 Autobiography 33. Juvenile Handicap. — Escalus 1, Gay Bomano 2, Merrie Pet 3. Welter:— Sirdi 1, Cactus, 2, Threse 3.

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MT. MAGNET NEWS January 9, 1929 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

MT. MAGNET NEWS Januarv 9. 1929 Mr. Jas Jones has been in the hos pital for the past week, being treated for a bad, fo/jt. He is progressing fa vourably. '- While visiting Mr. Jones at the hos pital, Shf. Jones left, her two small sons in the car, having forgotten to take the key out. The boys, as seems na tural for children, turned the key and started the car. Messrs. Cliff and Carl Thurkle happened to be near, and ran and stopped it just is it nearcd the fen-ce, their timely assistance thu averting an accident. Mr. T. Quinlan left for an extended holidy by last Thursday's train while Mr. and Mrs. BTalligan and family, Mrs Sawyer, Miss Doris Jones and Messrs Hog and Strickland were passengers on Monday' train. Nurse Craige arrivod on Tuesday night's train to relieve Nurse Hubbard who is going on an extended holiday to the Eastern States. Miss Patty Kennedy met with a nasty accident at her home on Tues day. She was preparing to clean a frock with petrol, whilst her sister nearby was...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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POSTAL CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

POSTAL CHARGES. Letters. — Within tne Commonwealth and to -all places in the British Empire, lid. per ounce. To all other placed, 3d. for the first ounce and lid. each additional ounce. (The selling price of stamped envelopes is 3 for 5d, and of registration envelopes 54d. each.) Letter Cards. — Within the Common wealth, single, ljd., reply lid. each half; to all places in the British Em pire, single l*d. each. To all other places, single 3d. (The selling price of letter cards is 2d. each.) Post Cards. — Within the Common wealth and to all places in the British Empire, single Id., reply Id. each half. To all other places, single 14d., roply lid. each half. Commercial Papers— ?Within the Com monwealth, New Zealand and Fiji, Id. per 2ozs. To all other places Id. per 2 ounces with a minimum of 3d. Weight within the Commonwealth up to 51bs., beyond the Commonwealth up to 4Jlbs. Patterns and Samples. — Within the VU1UU1UU »V UUltU clUU iU All 1/1U^V,-3 111 t-D*^ British Empire, Id. per 2...

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THE CARNIVAL SETTLING WINNERS AND LOSERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

THE CARNIVAL SETTLING WHnSTEES AND LOSEBS At Tattersall's Club on Monday morning when the final settling on the recent W.A.T.C. Carnival took place, several bookmakers, with large piles of bank notes in front of them, were the envy of quite a number of persons. However, it is doubtful if any book maker took with him to Monday's settling more than £500. Most of them were big winners, and had to collect instead of paying out. Compared with the settling at the Melbourne Cup, the Perth Cup pales into insignificance. Two Melbourne bookmakers — Mannic Lyons and Bob Jansen — took £70,000 in cash to the settling to pay Cup win ners, while there wero many others who had £10,000 and more in front of them when the settling commenced.

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FACING THE CAMERA THE PENALTY OF FAME WORLD'S MOST-PHOTOGRAPHED MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

FACING THE CAMERA THE PENALTY OF FAME WORLD'S MOST-FHOTOGRAFHED MAN. To the average man a visit to the photographer is as painful as a session with the dentist. Imagine then the state of the nerves of. those who are brought constantly Within range of me camera. rvm^ Aiuun ui liiu .ews; gians is credited with being the most easily photographed Koyalty. That he sits for his picture as though he were enjoying himself is regarded as a triumph for his Queen ,who is her self a camera enthusiast. She has coached him in the trick of being at his ease before the cemera, and has put her preachings into practice by taking innumerable pictures of him with her own little kodak. The Prince of Wales is considered to be the most photographed man in the world, and he is the only member of Royalty to be photograhped w3iile falling off a horses. He is self-conscious when he sits down for a posed, formal photograph. During his visits to America he has always entered into the spirit of the affair when h...

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BROOKLYN'S SELECTIONS. Perth, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

BEOOKLYN'S SELECTIONS. Perth, January 1L The following are 'Brooklyn's' se lections in the 'West Australian' for to-morrow's meeting: — Hurdles. — Prince of Samos 1, Bay mond Terrace 2, Microphone 3. Goodwood Plate — Athgarvan 1, Duet to 2, Threeania 3. Goodwood Purse (First Division). — Cantilate 1, Moinette 2, Isle of Gold 3. Goodwood Purse (Second Division). Chips 1. Mount Isai 2, Sociable 3. Doncaster Handicap { first Division) Orewa 1, Boseburn 2, Columban 3. Doncaster Handicap (Second Divi sion).— Prince Paladin 1, Peggy Poet 2, Hint 3. Juvenile Handicap — Aeroff 1, Queen's Gift 2, Gay Bomano 3. Welter Handicap. — Licinius 1, Sirdi 2, Cactus 3.

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

Proud father: 'See, baby, nice gee gee!' Mother: 'There you go. When he grows np he'll be like you — buying the esirly racing edition.'? Worn-Out With Pain Thousands off Women Pay this Penalty Ilere is one letter from ariionir thousands received from citron ic | sufferers brought back to healtli by j a famous remedy which costs so I little and yet works such wonders. I Mrs. Mary Dninmett, 1 Quern's l'loce, 1 Baiinaiu, 5Cpw Snath Wal»s, says:— ?? Just i wc-»iitly, am! quite suddenly, I was S'iz-sl - with a. terrific j-ain in ihe for.cic. I was '?? carrie 1 to bed, and for a week con d not I bear anyone i at X cm i) tins __ ^^^ JRh ! was aivisrd u if 5^- aT « a tin.te-1 to -^ *^ | j mftc (jinn, : uu am uun ijillit? «ljl ana 3D C J | to attend to mr home duties. I consider j iUh q-iite wonderful, for I Have rtcovered j iu such a short space of tira-.' Go to your chemist to-day and i ask him all about this 40 year-old I remedy, De Witt's Kidney and ! liladdcr Pills. He will tell you all...

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

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SHORT-MEASURE PETROL AMERICAN MOTORISTS LOSE £4,000,000 A YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

SHORT-MEASURE PETROL AMERICAN MOTORISTS LOSE £4,000,000 A YEAR In Australia complaints by motor users regarding short measure petro! supplied from bulk installations are comparatively rare nowadays. ' A few years ago petrol resellers here who were ] not averse to this sharp practice ' evoked the wrath of motorists and the oil companies and the latter embarked on a successful 'cleaning up ' campaign, i In America, however, there exists a good deal of organised petrol thieving — motorists paying for more fnel than they receive. In a statement issued recently by the American Automobile Association strict enforcement of the weights and measures laws is urged, following a searching investigation of the retail petrol selling business. The loss to car owners at the hands of dis honest traders is conservatively esti mated by the association at £4,000,000 a year. The ;hortagc averages one quart in every five gallons paid for. ' In one State o~2 374 installations scrut inised so fewer than 30...

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FIRE AT YANDANOOKA [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

FIRE AT YANDANOOKA Mr. Solly, a farmer of Yandanooka, was getting some refreshment at Mr. Bishop's store on January 4 when flames were noticed issuing from his motor car, which he had stopped out side. As the car was in dangerous proximity to the store, a number or helpers pushed it away, bnt nothing eould be done to stop the progress of the flames, and it was completely de stroyed. It is understood that the car was not insured. It is surmised that the fire occurred through a leaking tin of petrol being earried in the ca^ rand the drops coming in contact with the hot exhaust pipe.

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BETTER TELEPHONE SERVICE A TIP FOR SUBSCRIBERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

BETTER TELEPHONE SER VICE A TIP FOB SUBSCRIBERS A n»:w 'slogan' for people who use the telephone is recommended by the secretary to the Postmaster-General's department. It is 'Face the telephone and spea kwith the lips close to the ' transmitter.' The department, sait! , Mr. Brown, was making substantial pro- 1 gress in its programme for increasing j the efficiency of the telephone service already had noticed the general im- j provement?, pasticularly in the longms tance conversations. There was .one frequent weakness, however, whicli eould not be overcome in the depart mental laboratories or -at the exchange, but which rested entirely within the control of the person speaking. Tests had proved definitely that the best re sults came only when the mouth of the f-oeakcr was close to the transmitter, and the voice was directed right into the telephone. The importance of this simple aspect of telephone use could »ic gathered from the fact that if -the mouth was only one foot away from t...

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

DAMN! ! (By Specked Tater.) A defence of the word 'damn' was offered recently by Canon Ellis N, Cowing, a Southend parson ,who was reported to have said at a meeting of the Southend and District Referees Assoeiation, 'A good healthy 'damn' is much better than a continuous grumble.' ' When you feel you want to cuss, You may now say something wuss Then 'botherit'» or J^bang it all' or 'dash.' Go right out for a grand slam, Say a good big British 'damn,' And no one now' need kick np any fuss. You may now say what you meant, When with 'blow' you were content, And 'dear me' need no longer now be used. llere's an end to all your sham, To a healthy, honest 'damn,' Tlic chnreli lias intimated ita consent. When you're bowled out for a duck, When at bridge you have no luck, And at golf take, say, ten or more, per hole; Never say 'Oh Uncle Sam,' Never grumble, say 'Oh Damn,' And aU who b\ar you will admire your

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THE TURF THE WEEK'S MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

THE TURF THE WEBS7£PSf£ESXlliGI6» Saturday.,— Goodwood R.C.; Moore field B.C.; Epsom R.C.; Adelaide Li censed Victuallers' Club.

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SHOCK OF THE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

SHOCK OF THE SHiIt. ?^^ ? _ There was a time when the diner out could partake of the choicest meats and wines in the best of Pari sian restaurants at a cost within the reach of the average man. But times ! have ehansed. ' : M. Simon Jacqnes, living in the Rue de la Pompe in the fashionable Passy ] quarter dined out on one of the bonle vards. The dinner was good and the , wine excellent, but when the waiter brought the bill and M. Jacques east ! his eyes on it he suddenly lost his rea son. ! Waiters overpowered^ the stricken customer, who was removed in an am* ' bulance to the Iiariboisierc Hospital. J JAPANESE JUBILATION AT BROOME A sports meeting formed part of the Broome celebrations in connection with coronation of the Jap anese Emporer and Empress recently. The top picture shows a Japanese feneing contest and the bottom picture a wrestling match. (Blocks by the courtcsx. of ^'Thc West Australian.')

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PACIFIC ISLES JUNKERS MONOPLANE MAIDEN FLIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 11 January 1929

PACIFIC ISLES JUHKE3S MONOPLANE MAIDEN FLIGHT ,A few days ago, the simple natives of Saruarai, standing on the goldea sands of the palm-fringed beach, ob served a tiny speck in the blue sky glimmering in the sun, and speeding rapidly towards them. Nearer and nearer it came, gracefully dipping aaa swooping, until finally is descended on the gleaming waters of the Pacific and skimming shorewards, came to rest a hundred yards from the beach. It was a Junkers all-metal monoplane, piloted by Lieutenant E. A. Mnstard, and carrying two engineers, and was the latest addition to the fleet of air craft of Guinea Airways Limited. A remarkable enterprise, this Guinea Airways Service, brought into being by the need for speedy transportation from the goldfields to the coast. An en terprise 'carrying on' without subsidy fr,om any source whatever. Where, a short while ago, a tortuous journey had to be undertaken from, jungle to coast, occupying six days of hard travelling, the distance is now cover...

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