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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

toiiemBmHmmmiBnfflSiiHHflmiffliJiiniwMMiiwffl^ n *p Z'131 puts the Persil $$#& ^Kfj ' in ALL your wash . ' jr mB00] YOUR HUBAND WILL WARBLE KIDDIES' PLAYTIME COLOUREDS come Up bright ^ ^^ ' like A bird in spring as the Sunday 'funnies' when Persil's on the job. when he eyes the Persil dazzle of .his white - And Persil goes for double grubby shirts 'n' shorts *n' singlets. Persil's oxygen- ,*- school togs like a kid for candy. charged suds give the whitest whites because J& ?— rJ Even deep-down dirt lets go with they shift the dirt — not some of it ...not -?fe^N?vi if ouJ a struggle, when those gentle most of it ... but ALL of.it. CV^sLr^/*1 SUdS StZTt a-coaxmg* -f^fi 'A NEW DEAL FOR HOUSEWIVES' says Mum. 'That's /&j$§|^-^I £Hk^-^ a&^0?l!i what Persil dazzle means for me ! No more Cinderella '^^^Sm'^UfBtSBS^^ l6^ic -'aSTs colours or rainy-day 'greys'!' You'll never want to use v&f*^fr*' jej JBlffi5!WiEfll /Wfc-T^a^-^'9 anything else when you se...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies ? «. ? Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES There will be another change of pro gramme at the ltadio Theatre to-night (Thursday I. the feature pictures scheduled for presentation beiug 'Ueuiru of the Vikings' and 'Man from Music Mountain.' which will be supported by a newsreei, a brevity and another chapter of ihe serial ('IJrenda Starr, Ueporter'). The com plete programme for Friday and Satur day nights next will be as follows: — ( 1 » — Australian Heview. i'~) — I'revity. (3- — 'Quiet Please'' (cartoon). (4) — Metro News. (3) — 'Khapsody in Blue'' « Robert Alda. Joan Ix'slie. Alexis Smith and Charles Coburn). 'RlicjK?Ucy ii: Blue' A musical treat of lu.-iguificent pro portions is the biographical film. 'Rhap- sody in LJlue.' the story of George Gershwin, which will be presented on Friday and Saturday nights next. With a glittering cast of top-rank perform ers headed by Robert Alda. newly crwted star who makes his screen debut as the immorial composer, and...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

\ lllc ulalluu ICllttuc rllalllidtjf \ ?j EXTENpS AN INVITATION \ I Siez&beth jirden^s X J PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE £ jg IS AT YOUR SERVICE $ THIS WEEK | ? LET US MAKE AN APPOINTMENT FOR YOU % Tel. 16 ? RING — ? Tel. 16 J I; Advice — Bring her any problems of skin care you may ? i have. You will receive understanding, practical and J ?I sympathetic advice on any question from the first essen !; tials of skin care to the ari of an Elizabeth Arden make-up. \ Practical Lessons — Take a lesson, using the actual pie- j 5; parations, and learn how to apply them in your own home. ! c \ There is no charge for this valuable half-hour's instruction, - i which brings you a new measure of beauty and new assur- - % ance in your home treatment. I| \ ' ? I i MAKE AN EARLY CALL AT \ I Marine Terrace Pharmacy \ V ' MARINE TERRACE, GERALDTON ^ i \ ? f At a new Reduced Price! - j* ' This West Australian-Built 3 ' h.p. W CHAPMAN PUP brings economical Power Boating within the reach of all ! ?? 'C...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths IN MEMORIAM GREGO-i-In loving memory of our darliug baby son and brother (Peter Raymond), who died suddenly on February 5th, 11147 : aged 15 mouths. So dea rly loved, So sadly missed. Our Peter. ; — Inserted by his sorrowing Mummy, Daddy, Sisters and Brothers and also Nanna (Mrs. H. Troy). ? POND (Sydney) — In loving memory of. my dear husband, who passed away on February 4th. 1945. — Ever remembered by his loving wife (Charlotte). i POND (Sydney) — Treasured memories ] of our dear Dad and Grandpa, who i passed away on February 4th. 1045. ] — Ever remembered by Win, Les and j grandchildren. j WEST (W. H.) — Iu loving memory of | my dear grandfather, who passed j away on February 3rd, 1947 ; aged j 00 years. | — Inserted by his loving grand-daugh- j Jed (Connie). :

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

Champion Cook^ recommends =3S SELF-RAISING FLOURS AND BAKING POWDERS containing CREAM of TARTAR Mrs. C. Thornton, of Bot- JwllliflllR any, N.S.W., has won no WsjMimiSf * ' less than 26 First Prizes, ^BlilpiF including a First Prize at llliiliilv fi » f * ? ii j '-^ntS^^lp '\™ — ..» ; recipes are, on CREAM ^'^^^fe^^^^^^^^ OF TARTAR. (See recipe illlllii ^ !^*^^^^» Mrs. Thornton's^ PRIZE-WINMNG RECIPE for SPONGE CAKE. INGREDIENTS: 4 eggs, pinch of salt, 5 breakfast cup of sugar. 1 breakfast cup «f Cream of Tartar Scif-Raising flour (or plain flour and a hc-ipcd leaspoonfu! of Crrani of Tartar Makings Powder). I level leaspomiful of cornflour, 4 tablc spoousful of water. I Ic\el tnMespoonful of butter. METHOD: Mix cornflour and Ctenm of Tartar Self-Raking flour (or plain flour and a heaped Icaspoonful of Cream of Tartar Kaking Powder) llirough lifter four limes. Separate whiter of eggs from volks. Add pinch of salt to whiles and beat to stiff frofh. Add yolks to whites and beat further...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

+^^^^^^^^ '. ? '' *-*? - - l II Making weather to order to test GOODYEAR TYRES . , ^fhis box makes weqther to order ! It's one of : the big reasons why Goodyear Tyres give good ; service in both hoi and cold climates. The Hcxomelcr, as jfs called, can create temperatures ranging from 32 °F. hrluw zero to more than 212°F. In such extremes of heat. and cold, it rapidly Ilexes ?trips of tread, carcase and «ide-v.-all rubber — eives them the kind of s! ret Hi and strain they would get in tyres on your car. This punching lest makes sure nothing goes into Goodyear Tyres but tough material that will take the punishment of bolh heat and cold long after lesser tyres fail. Here is jusl one more reason why Goodyear Tyres have been' the world's first choice for 32 years. has given H°'^^^l f Colgate Dental Cream J% I K Cleans Your Breath ^| \ While It Cleans Your Teethf /

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Enterprising Newsboy World's Greatest Invention GENIUS AND HARD WORK [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

Enterprising Newsboy World's Greatest Invention GENIUS AND HARD WORK Ghosts, necmuiain-y. iiiajric. have Ions I'WW nut nf fii^liion. yer Thomas Alvu Edison. Ik.ih a ivntury a^o -m JVI. j-uary ]l)]i. 1S47, in :i lir.t]-' town iti tin? State of Ohio, was mKjiu'.siioiiably :i yivat lua^ician. tlum^li it was not. by the waving of a wand, but hv loiiir hours of fxiifiimeiit and work thai lie produced his marvels (writes Hubert Orfum in 'Tit-r.its'). j Whim Edison uas tw«Mity-fiv*» tin: hi?aU of rhe I'nijfd Siaie-s I 'a tent Deuarimenr told him that ho was keep ing the {.ath to Uu? 1'ateut -»»i--e well' tfodd«'ii with his footsteps, aud in --ourst» of lime his iuvomious weiv mim Iwtvil by the thousands. Jle bf^raii by i»j|n-«vin^ K'le^rapli instrument:?, devised a sysieiu of qua-5- rujilex lolejrrajihy by whlfh four mess ayes cMiiild he sent on om« wire siiuul taueousiy, anulher by whirh a punched j .slip fed into a .sending instrument emerged at the receiving end in typ«e writren --liar;...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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OUR SERIAL STORY "The Matcher" CHAPTER XXIII. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

OUR SERIAL STORY ? ♦ ? 'The Matcher' BY FRANK GILBERT riLUTKK XX HI. AH over the world Paris i- known as tht1 City of LUrhi. but some of its streets are vt'ry (lark, and of them jiossibiy mine is darker than thu rli«.* j ?lHij.iio.lyte. The darknos there i- not tuereiy plivsical. It jio,.\s rlwper than that The very rats which scurry from -'utter t-- fruiter are probably more vornHous ihan are ibe sewer rats of .itber districts of the French capital. Morand — the eoiiuuissaire. of tin fiistrict which includes tiie rue d'iljji .xilyte — has slid that the wiim of. the jarth can be found tliere. and Maraud s an exjterien--ed police oilicer. His tiivn — and none braver can be found anywhere — do not venture there except -n very pressing business, and tlien ?hey usually come and g-j in an irmoured polici' car — 1101 one, but a ? iosHMi at least. Flashinjr knives, auto aaric pistols, even bombs, are weapon* In comuion «ise in the rut* 'Hippolyw-. ind none but those of the 'Quarter'—- »r f...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL Railway Manifest, — The local rail way authorities advise that there are packages at the goods sheds awaiting delivery to Mrs. S. Nilen, Mrs. .1. j Regan, Mrs. V. Jackson, Mrs. E. Fin- [ laysou, Mr. C. Ludge, Mr. W. P. Dow- j liug. Mr. J. B. Grey aud Mr. E. V. j Sewell i Consignment of Wheat. — The Greek ship, Syros, which has been berthed at Geraldton since January 21st, and commenced lifting- bulk wheat on Sat urday last, will finish the loading of D.4-)0 tons to-morrow. ' The vessel is scheduled to sail for a Mediterranean port on Saturday. The -*%jpnt City arrived at 2 p.m. to-day to lift a cargo of approximately 9.000 tons for the United Kingdom. Weather Forecast.— The Weather Bureau M-day issued the following ! Geraldton fi .recast for the next twenty- 1 four hours: — Fine and warm with j moderate south to south-east winds and j f£i- derate se.-i.s. ? ? | Cool Cf:tfige.— After two days when ( tile temperature was less than a degree | below the century mark, i...

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SUNRISE AND SUNSET FIGURES FOR FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

SUNRISE AND SUNSET ^ ? FIGURES FOR FEBRUARY Day Itise Set Day Kise Set 1 n.r.t. 7.-20 i ir- cm t.io 2 ' n-ti 7.15- i 3«; «;ji 7.y 3 -.r,:i 7.1.S ! 17 (5.4 T.S i r,.r.4 7.17 ' IS -j-', 7.7 r- r-.r-rt ?.it ! v.) «;/; 7.0 0 r-..'iij 7.1 -j 1 lo -;.-? 7..1 7 n.r.7 7.1c, i 2\ -;.7 7.4 s r,.r.s 7.in j 22 «.s 7.3 J) :-.r--.) 7.u 'Si -;.:» 7.2 10 '-~-u 7.14 I 24 (;.;- 7 a 11 -;.n T.i:* ; 2.1 0.10 7.0 12 f.-l 7.12 1 ?_'»; r,.ll f».ii9 1:5 -;.2 7.11 ; J7 c.ii «;.r,s 14 (J.2 7.10 I 2S -i.l2 -!..' ' 2!» C.V2 «5.-:»7

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Workmen's Injuries Compensation Improvements CHANGES IN BRITAIN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

Workmen's Injuries v^ompenL-a tion Improvemen ts CHANGES IN BRITAIN Another i-fMU'iii dealing with respon sibility for m.jii.-ies Ims b«vn iurro ii!i.i.-| I iy th,. -;i:vfrt)m--iit in Hk» 1'mted KiMirdiim. The' Contributory .\'« ?uli^vncc Act and the rrnwn l'ro ceditV-'s Act had already l»wn (i.-i^scm! ;.:;-! n--\v i? is [.r--|»-s--d i.- --r-:ji;i!-'r-* iIk* ! i .-i:i-.ii.-i]is.-;Ti--!i 'I' ih-- !jiv. r«-I:iiin^ i-- iii.iiu-i.'s .-Mid luwli^.-in-r. IliilnTiii iti .inrt'd \vii!-ki;ii'ii h.-id Hi.- --lit ??--«- «if '?hiinnii'^ wnrkiiu'ii's -'-iiMiii*ns;iti-iii. --r 'f trying !.* n-ciivrr d:i!(i;j.ur«'S. TUn \;il- j ;?-)? ni:iy In- iiiori1 suhsrautisil. but om ;ilny«'rs' lip^iiiroiic*' h;is i-- ln-» prt»v«»d. Tin* \V--rkint'ii's (Vtiipfiis.-irion Acts iiuvv hipsi* and n»»\v conijiulsury b«*ne iiis aw j«i.v;iblf n^ardless of Deirli L'X'l I '-?«'. ' } T1kj l.itw Ileforiu ( IVrsonal Injnriost j Hill, which \v;-s :u-T|ited on all sides nf t!»' H«nisi. of Lnnls i»--«MHly while h-.ivin^ im.-...

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Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Meeting SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

Metropolitan Racing ^ ? W.A.T.C. Meeting SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME The following aue the acceptances for the February meeting of the Western Australian Turf Club to be conducted on Saturday next: — MANNEQUIN HANDICAP (For twc-yrar-olds) Five furlongs Bright Sky - 8 10 Merredin - - 7 S Sau -h-y ? S S Dainty Olive 7 -? Jollair ? S 0 Azothic ? 7 o' Chanting - - 7 12 Bo Leap ? 7 ~- Bragado ? 7 U New Fiddle - 7 2 Red Berry - - 7 i- Kearney - - - 7 2 Sansaval - - 7 9 SUSARHN HANDICAP Seven furlongs Cyclotron --96 (loldfields H. 8 1 Resound ? 8 5 Panto Polly 8 1 Tonette ? S 5 G. Quality - 7 11 Norris ? S 5 Epinard ? 7 11 Rodison ? S 5 Charmant - - 7 10 Wilmare ? S 2 The Turk - - 7 9 Dunedin L. - S 2- Mattie - - - - 7 S His Do-jble -SI Acrmarc - - 7 0 Onr Treat - - 8 1 Agrilets' - - - 7 4 Babauooka. -SI Miss Wave - 7 0 MISTICO HANDICAP (Trial conditions, apprentices who have not ridden more titan five, winners) One mile Hoskadin - - S 4 Leopold ? 7 4 Common ? S 2 -lold Hare - 7 3 Penchop ? 7 13 ...

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State Primary School Record Enrolment of Pupils CHANGES IN THE STAFF [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

State Primary School Record Enrolment of Pupils CHANGES IN THE STAFF The .scholastic year opened at all State primary schools en Monday last. Xew pupils enrolled during the first l hive days at Geraldiou numbered 1U2, which constitutes a record. The approximate number of children in attendance at the schoo! i.s now (J9»», which shows an increase of forty-four »;u the^tigures for last year. It is anti cipated that there will by further addi tions, before the rolls aie complete. There have been a number of staff changes at the school. The headmas ter (Mr. E. Logan) has commenced his second year, the new members of the siafl.' being as follows : — Mr. CJ. Hill, fcrmerly of North Dandalup : Mrs. I*\ Skilch. of South Wiluua; Misses P. ♦Jtrown, -f Bluff I'oint : W. Crc-sier, of Wyaikatcheni : D. Smith, of Koorda; Z. Rundle, from the Teachers' Training College at Clar-?iu-;nr : and C- Andrews, of Dowerin. The monitors are Miss P. Brady and Mr. A. Haydock. Miss M. I Smith, who was -m the st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

I p Itefaf MALVERN STAR IS I I AGAINST THEFT ftNO ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE I AT NO EXTRA COST ItxALVERN STAR is precision built by master crafts- /sf^^e^k^T-^f^/ men from the world's finest materials, and has M^1^ ' ''''*? T£v&sL. proved its superiority l»y smashing more world's /^ efj^tan *'WvJR records and winning more major championships / *.,., '^^^^d^- Sm than any other cycle, in any cveling country in the / , tltrftif *'ritl-tj^^^^^m world! EVERY Malvem Star — juvenile, ladv^s / S5s*5'4iff« tflit M^r roadster or racer model — is now fully protected l»v / , T'^^^5§5J?i«»«^^ MB the Malvern Star Theft and Accidental- Damage / Jy1** ''?'vT^^^^ mW Insurance Policy . . , AT ISO EXTRA COST! ^*tt*LJ?&£'' 'r'r.Mm EASY TERMS, FROM AS LOW AS 4'8 WEEKLY ^^S^L^f 143 Marine Terrace, Geraldton i ? . ? EVERY PICTURE TSLLS A STORY j Hc.stfitl sleep in /^§V [ ritnl t-- fjond ^yA*M hralth. Disturb- lg^^emP^\ r-l nights arc iHSB^V^Ax j tired kidney*. |i^-^-^ \\ Many people have found the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

MISCELLANEOUS j ^NYTHING iu the line of Electrical : Goods is available through Young ) Motors Limited, Gerald ton. j ^Jl' Geraldton Newspapers Limited you can obtain all your school ! requisites (except text books) at mini- : niuiu prices. j J^ NEW Supply o: Deodorisers for i '^ Kef rigera tors and Ice Boxes has 1 now arrived at Young Motors Limited, ! Geraldtou. j gLUFF POINT HALL— Usual Ten nis Dance on Saturday next ; fast floor and supper. JJAKBECUE Every Saturday Night Steak, , Hot Dogs, Bread Rolls, feter's Ice Cream, O.;ol Drinks, Cigar ettes.— Batch, West-End Beach Kiosk. { 0HILDREN — All School Books (except text books) and other School Itequisites * are obtainable at j Geraldton Newspapers Limited. j . ( iQYX'LE Tyres and Tubes! Supplies! in all sizes are again to baud. Call j at the Parts Department of Young t Motors Limited, Geraldtou. J£AST Chapman Hall on .February 14th — Darts Tournauieut aud Dance. f OR SALE — Young Drakes. Apply at 248 Durlacher Street, Geraldtou. ...

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District Turf Handicapping AN OWNER'S COMPLAINT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

District Turf Handicapping AN OWNER'S COMPLAINT Sir, — Will you please allow me space to ask Mr. P. R. Morreil. who is handi capping for the local race clubs, to explain through the press his treat ment of my filly (Balkama) for the Mingenew meeting on Saturday next. In the Maiden Handicap he has allotted her rop-weight with lOst. 91b. and has ! asked her. a three-year-old filly to eon cede weight to three, four, five and six-year-old horses -ali maidens) from; -51b. to 161b. If-due allowance for age! were made, six of these horses would be giving my filly from 31b. to 71b.. which means that she is asked to meet them at differences from 131b. to 23lb. ilv: wrong way. When replying Mr. Mor reil might also, for the information of horse owners, the public as well as the writer, state how he can classify « number of horses foe racing purposes, that In* has never seen and who havo never ratvd. — Yours, etc.. ALF g. happy,

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Eastern States Racing Williamstown Club's Meeting SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

Eastern States Racing ? w ... — — * Williamstown Club's Meeting ?SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME : The following are the acceptances f-.r the race meeting to be conducted by the Willianistown Race Club ou | Saturday next: — LAVKRTON Hl'RDLE Two miles Hiatus - - - 11 1U Sir NoRe - I) 4 Kookaburra *!) 11 Mw;jvi!!e . . y 3 j Salvo - - - y 10 Combustion - 0 0 j Friotis - - - i) ~i Lee ? D 0 j I*r. Titan - '.) 4 KLKCTRIC HANI HCAP Five furlongs (Fii-t l-ivi.-io:;j Scotwyn ? 1) 7 I'rjiiiis Trust 7 S j Xauplia ? S 7 .fa paddy - - 7 S j -Mil- End - - 7 12 Neptunian - 7 8 | Rembrauc - - 7 11 Phoibos - - 7 7 I I 'art one - - 7 10 ISivezy Sea - 7 3 j Larchwyn - - 7 10 True View - 7 5 j Seja - ? 7 10 Royal Hero - 7 4 ! i:i Kaloos - 7 _9 Free for All 7 2 J ELECTRIC HANDICAP - j ? Five furlongs j (Second Division) ! P.engal ? S 12 , Disguise - - 7 8 j Alabama' K. 7 13 Last Trick - 7 8*1 I;e!hi - - - - 7 11 Kritiri - - - 7 7 j Ualdur ? 7 10 Arabint ? 7 '» ! I'Mtziuark - 7 10 Itriivaros - - 7 5 i Lcpidus ? 7 ...

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Infantile Paralysis Quarantine Rules Breached PERTH WOMAN FINED Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

Infantile Paralysis Quarantine Rules Breached j PERTH WOMAN FINED j ? j I'erth, 'This AflermJon. ; ' A ten-year-old New Zealand boy who ' came under the infantile 'paralysis ; quarantine ban was taken shopping and to a ? pictuiv theatre during bis first ( day in l'ertb. 'lhis was revealed in the j Perth Police Ceurt to-day whim his | mother. Mrs. Sadie Leach, was lined £15 j for having -liss.be.ved Hie regulations, j This was the first prosecution of its? i kind made in Perth. Mrs. Leach did ' not appear in Court, but pleaded guilty j thrcugh h'T counsel.

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 5 February 1948

PERSONAL ? 4- ? Wpiik'H-coiistablo M. (!'D-;unHl arrived in (ierabllon »-u Friday last to join the district police stall' for a period of about two months. Airs. II. Temliy, of Deauua &1I011. :i--t:inp:inic-(l by ber two children, lefr Geraldirn on Friday last to spend a mouth's holiday at Uottnest. * * if Z- * The Mayor and ilayors»ss -I-r. .?. ;ni(t Mrs. M--.\lc-eri returned to -;-t;iI-I- ; i-iii liming last wivU-end alter having | spent a holiday of three or four weeks ; in tin? Ni.rtii Midlands, j « « * * * j Mr. U. X. Haley, secretary of I lu* ; York Uoad iioard and formerly occupy- [ ii:g a similar position with the Miu- ? genew Uoad Hoard, i.» :ii present spend- j ing a holiday at Dongaia in company j with hi.s wile and family. j * ' * ? * * * ! Mrs. It. Gale, - f -'ue, who lias been ' holidaying in the metrojiolitan area for j the ptssl three weeks, is at preseul . srending a i'.'w days in Gernldt«;n prior j to retuviuiig to \iu' Murchison Gold- j iicld.s. * * * * * ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 7 February 1948

— *i slOOLWIolri t i ? fi - f if * ^^^^^ iiatiHa' mnr,. If / // / Children need soap that cleans hands thoroughly... Hj7 r$ thoroughly ... yet gently. 1 hats why t*-»y tim 11 jtH r -*V thev should use Solvol. Solvol's gentle faster than ^^ K ^V action keeps hands smooth . . . will ordinary soaps P^ J not !iarui t!le ^in- Always keep Solvol ever can ^8*w^ in the bathroom where the whole family can use it. ^^^ '''V* I i N THc vATHICQOM '^wwH cKc wwc j^W /^mJ&1^ JJMm' !i ... NEW YEAR ^EQALS ... I ? |l ? »,''?'? i-.-'.N'--: J . J . ,; ? AT— *--..„ v..,s:,.,. / ... Dowie's Drapery ; Tel. 91 — MARINE TERRACE, GERALDTON — Tel. 9i jj ? . i j « [ Men's Navy Serge Unlined Coats, sizes 5 and 6 only — ; I Dowie's Price, 22/6 each (six coupons) i j; Boys' Grey College Poplin Shirts — Dowie's Price, 9^9 !| each (three coupons) ] ; Boys* Khaki Drill Fisher Hats — Dowie's Price, 3/9 each j ! (no coupons) ] I Boys' White Poplin C. and P. Shirts— Dowie's Price, 9/9 ; ! each (three coupons) . ...

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