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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

THANKS. j — — dy MR. and MRS. R. JOSEPH wiMi to thank Drs. McRae and Wallace for their kind and prompt attention dur ing the recent illness of their son and also express their appreciation to the Matron and Staff of the Victoria Hos pital. IN MEMOBIAM. 'WABD.; — In ever loving memory of our dear Mother, Elizabeth Ward, who passed peacefully away at Gerald toon on January 1, 1928. So dearly loved, So sadly missed. — Inserted by Frank, Mona and George.

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REAL ESTATE NAT. BARTLETT'S ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

REAL ESTATE NAT. BABTLETT'S ANNUAL . EEPOET. Mr. Nat. Bartlett reports having had a very successful year in real estate, both in town and country properties. In fact the year 1928 constitutes a record for the 'Live Wire,' who worked up to the very last day, and was successful in placing on December 31st a property comprising 1700 acres, within three miles of Geraldton, to a Melbourne buyer for cash. During the last week of the year a wire was re ceived from New South Wales urging finality of a deal, which is pending re local property and which represents £20,000 in cash. This augurs well for our favoured land, and there's no doubt that the eyes of - the Eastern Districts fanners as well as the Eastern States fanners and investors axe on the wonderful Victoria District. Everything points to a prosperous 1329,, and as a. kick-off for the first business day three blocks of land at Bluff Point, and a house in town were sold through this agency. Nat. Bartlett 's advice is to buy now and ...

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SECOND WIND BAD PASSAGE IN CUP Perth, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

SECOND WIND BAD PASSAGE IN CUP Perth, Jauuarv o. It is reported Second Wind did not have a good passage in the Cup. He was very sore yesterday, and wifl not be among the starters at the meeting en ^aturday. Shipping Movements. — The following vessels were within range of the Ger uklfon wireless station to-day: — Kan- garoo, Fuhhai Mara, Cassio, Talleyrand, Anthea, Leitrim.

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STOWAWAY ON WHEAT BOAT AN INTERRUPTED VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

STOWAWAY ON WHEAT BOAT ♦ ? AN INTERRUPTED VOYAGE. An attempt by a married couple to get away from Frcmantle was frustrat ed on the wheat boat King lYederick, which had completed her loading at Kre mantlc after taking on. the first portion of her cargo at Geraldton. Socn after the boat left Fremantle on Saturday a man and woman were diseov cred, and to avoid the delay which would, have been caused by calling into Geraldton to land them, it was arranged that they should be picked up off Point Moore. For this purpose the vessel came closer into the shore than, is usual in the direct route to Calcutta. A boat wa_i lowered and in this the couple were brought in towards the beach, where they were taken on board a boat from the lighthouse, and landed It is understood that this is the end -jf the incident, and the couple were allow ed their liberty. ?~ — ? — — — — . «

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Beast Which Killed 50 Men. MAN EATING TIGER [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

Beast Which Killed 50 Men. ? ^ — . MAN EATING TIGER During 15 years' service in India as a political officer, Mr. E. C. Stuart Baker was quartered uf the Cacher Hills, on the extreme north-cast fron tier. He was the only white man in the district among one of 'the most primitive races in India. - He was thrown entirely on his own resources for his amusement, and he took up hunting. The tribesmen among whom he lived were born hunters, who had no hesitation in facing dangerous game with crude weapons. Tigers and leop ards were common in the district, but so far as Mr. Baker was able to as certain from studying the habits of the tigers they did not molest men. There was an except ion, however,, in a large young male tiger whose story is told in 'Mishi's the Man-eater'' (London; Witherby). Mishi's record was unusually bad. Mr. Baker kept a tally of 52 villagers whom the beast had killed in the immediate neighbor hood of his headquarters, and there was every reason to believ© that this w...

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NORTHAMPTON RACES WOKARINA WINS THE CUP [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

NORTHAMPTON RACES — . — ♦ WOKAEINA WINS THE CUP The Northampton Jockey Club 's races were held on New Year's Day. B? sults: — MAIDEN HACK. Five Furlongs WABBASH, 9.5 ? 1 Irish Queen, 9.0 ? 2 Buby Queen, 9.0 ? 3 Betting: 2 to 1 on the winner. FLYING HANDICAP. Five Furlongs. GBEEN HILLS, 8.4 ? 1 ' Darenth, 8.7 ? 2 Elsie's Pearl, 8.7 ? ...» 3 Betting: € to 1 against the winner; FABMEBS' PLATE. Five Furlongs. FOLLIOSITY, 9.9 ? 1 Doubtful Park, 10.15 ? 2 Tamala Boy, 8.10 . ... ? 3 Betting: evens. NORTHAMPTON CUP. One Mile. WOKABINA, 8.13 ? 1 Prince Bhubarb, 10.13 ? 2 Eradu, 8.0 ? 3 Betting: evens. TBIAL STAKES. Six Furlongs. MANILYADtT, 8.10 ? 1 Doubtful Park, 10.13 ? 2 Tamala Boy, 8.0 ? 3 Betting: 5 to 4 the winner. NEW YEAR'S PURSE. Six Furlongs. TEBBASSIEB, 8.8 ? 1 Darenth, S.7 ? 2 Eradu, 8.0 .' ? 3 Betting: 2 to 1 the winner. DISTRICT PLATE. Six Furlongs. FOLLIOSITY, 9.9 ? 1 Manilyadu, 8.10 - ? 2 Betting: 2 to 1 on the winner*

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DAMAGE TO CROPS YANDANOOKA AGAIN VISITED. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

DAMAGE TO CROPS YANDANOOKA AGAIN VISITED. On Sunday afternoon last, heavy rain, accompanied by thunder and hail, 'visited Yandanooka for the third time this ' season, and ' caused damage to crops. Mr. Chivers lost about a bushel to the acre from 130 acres. Messrs. Wick and Solly also suffered from the effects* of the storm. The storm was of longer duration than the previous visitations, but there was not so much haiL The district has been particularly unfortunate this year, naving suffered severely from both fire and haiL In spite of these set-backs, however, there is a considerable quantity of wheat stacked at the sid ing.

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GIRL'S AWFUL DEATH BATTERED IN 170 ft. FALL HOLIDAY-MAKERS' QUARREL Sydney, January [?] [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

GIRL'S AWFUL DEATH BATTERED IN 170 ft. FALL HOIJDAYrMAKEBS' QTJABSEL Sydney, January li. The dead body of Nola Rowley (18). who threw herself over Echo Point, at Katoomba, on New Year's Eve, was discovered this morning by a party of. four men who set out on a most peril ous climb from a point near the pil lars fknown as Three Sisters). They crept along ledges fighting their way through dense scrub and hanging over chasms hundreds of feet deep. Almost as soon as they reached the point under the place where the girl fell over, they discovered the body. It was lying 170 feet from the top and was badly battered. It was evident that the girl vras killed by striking projecting rocks before the body came to rc*t. Miss Bowley lived at Beroyle Hats, Kurrawang-avenuc, Coogec, and left with a party in a motor car on New Year's Eve for Katoomba. She en tered into a dance with the others and about two o'clock yesterday morning the party left the hall and returned to the motor ear at Echo Point a...

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FACTORY BURNED DAMAGE, £8,000 Adelaide. January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

FACTORY BURNED ? ♦ DAMAGE, £8,000 Adelaide, January 2. The fertiliser factory of Crompton and Son,- Limited, at- Dry Creek, was completely destroyed by fire yesterday. The building, a wood and iron struc ture, contained large quantities of fer tiliser, tallow, oil and similar products. The damage is estimated at £8,000. The premises were gutted in about twenty minutes, the North Adelaide Fire Bri gade being practically powerless to do anything on account of the poor water supply.

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THE TURF. W.A.T.C. CARNIVAL JEMINDAR WINS PERTH CUP Perth, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

THE TURF. ? ♦ W.A.T.C. CARNIVAL JEMIDAR WINS PERTH CUP Perth, January 2. The annual carnival of the West Auv tralian Turf Club was continued on New Year's Day, when there was an ether large crowd, the attendance to talling 18,508. The Perth Cup, the principal event of the meeting, was won by Jeniidar, Ductile and Excecder fill ing the minor plaees. Tlie following are the details: — CUP HURDLES About 2£ miles ROUGE CBIKTESE, 10.2 . . 1 Raymond Terrace, 12.2 . . 2 Prince of Samos, 10.-4 .... .'» Betting: 4 to 1 agst. winner. Time, 4.18. Tote.— 16/-, 23/-, 12/-. EPSOM HANDICAP Seven furlongs EUPATOR, 7.6 ? 1 Ccrinion, 8.4 ? 2 Prince Nassau, 6.12 ? 3 Scratched: Indian Sage, Eucalya, Crystal Gazer, Crestal and Pcut;/ Pott. Betting: 10 lo 1 agst. winner. TJine, L25|. Tote.— 37/-, 22/-, 51/-. PERTH CUP Two miles JEMIDAK, 7.0 (Anuanasco) 1 Ductile, 7.0 (Bowler) .... 2 Excceder ,7.4 (Millar) .... 3 Scratched: Indian Sage, Lanatus, Torridor3 Dawn of Youth, Herode an«i Miss Constance. Betting:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

Frigidaire Refrigerators for FOR EVERY HOME DELCO LIGHTING PLANTS Every Purpose CORNSACKS, WINDMILLS, PLOU GHS, TWIN CITY TRACTORS. - HUME SEPTIC TANKS and REINFORCED TROUGHS. AH Classes of Fire and Marine Insurance. Colonial Mutual Life Insurance Society Ltd. J. E. PEARSON COMPANY P.O. Box 6. GERALDTON. Telephone 82.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

? For FARMERS £ & *BHk ¥7* ^^ ' ' BIGGER L0AD I CARRIERS. A^ Arf ^^ L0WER C0STS f The most profitable Truck for Wheat Carrying or Gen eral Transportation. 1 , i Six-cylinder, 7-bcaring crankshaft, pressure fed lubrication, specially strengthened chassis, **}*** iDtcrn | al hydraulic brakes, Myers Magazine lubricators, Heavy Duty tyres, Artillery type wheels EVEEY IMPROVEMENT HAS BEEN EMBODIED IN BBO. i-ton, l-t°nf li-t»n. 2-ton, 3-ton, and two special Bus chassis. AT.T. CABEY TWELVE MONTHS' GtTABAITTEE. Chassis Prices from £298 _ . . Terms Can Be Arranged. Any Trial. BE IN THE VAN OF PfiOGSESS 1 ! JOIN THE LARGE NUMBER OP SATISFIED 'EEO' 0WNES8 ? XOW OPERATING 'REO' TRUCKS IN ALL PARTS OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. REO'S STATE WIDE FAME FOE SERVICE AFTER SALE DENNY BROS, LTD. 439-447 MURRAY STREET, PERTH. , TeL A5198, 3 Unes. (Near MUlisan St., Telegram -DENNY BEOS. PEBTK. The House that is noted throughout the State for iU 'After Sale' Service

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INFLUENZA AT TORONTO 134 DEATHS IN TWO WEEKS Toronto. January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

INFLUENZA AT TORONTO 134 DEATHS IN TWO WEEKS Toronto. January 2. Twenty-two deaths have occurred as a result of the influonza epidemic at Toronto on Tuesday, and to-uay, bring ing the total to 13i since the outbreak a fortnight a^o. The xniblic utilities and the fi.ro and police departments are affected

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INNISFAIL INCIDENT BOYS' PRACTICAL JOKE Brisbane, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

INNISFAIL INCIDENT BOYS' FBACTICAL JOKE Brisbane, January 2. The Qucenslsiud Government receiv ed a note, on Sunday from the Italia?! Government with regard to the recent incident at Innisfail, when the coat of arms was removed from the Italian Con sulate. It is believed that Cabinet dis cussed the matter on Monday, but tho trrius «»f the n-ply forwarded to Italy liavc not been «liM.-k-seil. A voinmuimi tion wan al:--» received from the Prime Minister conveying the t--\t of a nie.s Fajje Mr. Bru--c had sent to the Italian Consul -General. Two young British lads confessed to the police li»-day that they took down the Italian insignia at Innisfuil as a jiraetical joke. They -!iil nc»t, they «li-1, realise the s--ijjntfi«-«ur« of thci- nHion. They thought that Uic sign be longed to a bank, as there were several basks in the vicinity.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

^ 1 (PHONE 253 Day and Nlg'tt) . \1f||S«l TERRIFIC TIMBER EXPLC^H R. J0SfI:P;M FURNITURE ARCADE. GEtlAl^M^ Has now started a TIMBER YARD, , ^SHll supply JARRAH, OREGON, SHEVUNG, JDOO^^g WINDOWS, FLOORING BOARDS. SfM^f||||gB| for Truck.Lofe. Bolts, Nails; Hinges, WireLKM^^^ Piping and Fittings, '-'IJSBIHk .. .... CHEAPEST -rftMriflH THE PLACE WHERE MEW BUY Bgjgjjj The Latest Novelties for New :t«§|iHH mm« gnv t 'ji.*fflin Exclusive Range of English and Australian Js§iniBBBHI Jos. Jofans!JB| I SPORTS DEPARTMENT: -JiiiH A FULL RANGE OF ALEXANDER ?ENNIS ,3|iiiiggS9H| ; - Latest in Cream and Fancy flannel Tcoos^^^^^^^H BORSALINO and SOVEREIGN: HATS inNe^9B _^^^^^^^^^__^^^^^^_^^^__^__^^_^_^^^_________________m_m___m WORTHINGlUli At -JiVH| ? ELEANOR STREET. '' T' l^^SiBBH All makes of cars Thoroughly Overhauled. ^^^^ilissBEHI re-charged. Shell Bowser and Free. Air, BraSjgjl^HBwSM| '_.- ^^H,^* E^ex. Service - StatioiL^S^^§H||B|BBM , Agents for. — Ooventry Motors; .alorris Truck, 10 -n^-i^6J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

QN THIS MOST AUSPICIOUS OCCASION— j Ji^^H . The first issue of Geraldton's Evening Dailr, xte take Ci3 rrcJT'.lJSPfllBl opportunity of -wishing: it Unstinted Progress and Success ? 't^^pH^B And also extend to ALL OUK CUENT3, b,th llioso wlio 3?-*£^^^^B have been witli us for many years psc- jmd those new - *,*v@ffiM[ ones who will doubtless number \7lth our clways satisfied pat- t TS|1§|jR rons during ths ensuing year— th3 Heartiest cf Good Wishes *?»—?. 'f^pf&nj for a Prosperous, Happy and Contented 1929. aSliSl THE COLISEUM* «S^°22P* ' S VECCHIA'S PHARMACY I NAT BARTLETT'S ^Q^^fl ?Phone 10. | ? , ^€9Hi Country Order Chemists. { «|fc TELEPHONE 13^ JSSmk PBE8CRIPTIONS i j ? *Oea^H accukat^^dispensed World Defied for Value' I i*f^*^^*i&gM PROMPTLY DELIVERED _^ ? 1 about one jacre of land ^^l^^^^^^BH Immediately you become a patron' of Fmit Trees; in go«I posd»^|fg||S^aB tiU^ Pharmacy you are aware oJ PADTED'C ? f?0; tcrms: £20° dc»?s5t ^«H|H a Better Service. vAIlILli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

MAIN ROADS ' BOARD. fOENDERS, 'which must be accompani ed by Schedule of Quantities, to gether with the prescribed deposit, and marked on envelope 'Tender' will be received by the Chairman, . Main Roads Board, Perth, until Noon, Janu ary 25. Geraldton Road Board District.- — Narngulu North Road No. 13L., cross ing over Chapman River,' Burges' Crossing. — Construction of reinforced concrete bridge 77 feef long and 1670 feet of approaches. (Particulars, Main Roads Board Office, Geraldton, and local Road Board' Office, Geraldton, on and after January 7). Irwin' Road Board District. — Moora- Geraldton Boad 518. — Spraying with oil and bitumen 6336 lineal feet from north boundary Irwin Road Board go ing south. (Particulars, Main Roads Board Office, Geraldton, and Road Board Office, Irwin, on and after .Tanu ary 7). ? . ? MISCELLANEOUS A PAETMENTS— Single and Double Beds, clean and comfortable, Sea holme, 32 Gregory-strct. 'DLUFii- Point Sports, January 19th. Registered with Athletic Leag...

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AMUSEMENTS. To-night's Programme [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

AMUSEMEW5. : j; ^i To-night's Programme. 1^: :^ ^1 L 'The Yellow Lily,' Biffie^ifcv^ ij 2. 'Tlie Rush Hour.,' Mane '''SlSek-a vost. At the piano: Mr. Fred Soan^ si prices 2/2 and 1/7*, and childre^tSd:^ ? When the Police Arrive. v ^i^| ' - -T -, - 'v-.'p^l An entertaining screen stmy'^tjtn^^m romance and genuine thrills is **3fe 3 liush Hour,' screening to-ju©htlPt2^^ Fascinating BiUie Dove. f^^S Beautiful as. a rare 'flower, T^liill as a church mouse, she seorned^bea^S of the best catch on the Continent^^^ turned a nation upside dowa/;to|inip him back. Billie Dove's most cofarJiiP^ and romantic characterization. «£Jfi£is career is in 'The Yellow ISyf- SftnSil night. ? . ^^|pp The Circus on Friday. -Ai'.-f-q 'The Phantom of the CSmms' 5s|a3i real circus picture which will de&eiut i ail audiences. Prominent in iJieratiniSI is 'GaJlqpin' Gus' the wonde^lBM^ft by Tisky out of Atishpo! 'Thb'linlil with the two artists in the sMa:3ttffa a horse, and the comedy ownej^ as Valfl ver...

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THIRD TEST A THRILLING STRUGGLE HAMMOND'S SPLENDID INNINGS VETERAN BLACKIE'S FINE BOWLING Melbourne, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

THIRD TEST A THRILLING STRUGGLE HAMMOND'S SPLENDID INNINGS VETERAN BLACKIE'S FESE BOWLESTG Melbourne, January 3. The third Test match is providing a keen rtruggle for supremacy, and the play is being closely . followed by large crowds of enthusiasts. The atten dances and receipts for the first thr&! days have been as follows: — Attendance aad receipts, first day 03,247; £(5,023/5/-. Second day, 62,259, £5,027/11/-. Third day, 31,455, £2,G53/1S/-. Total:, loli, «fll, £14,004/14/-. Hammond played a magnificent game for England, his innings of 200 being the principal factor in enabling the visi tors to beat the Australian total, tho margin in their favjoar being only 3U runs.. The man who turned tne scale was- undoubtedly Blackie, the oldest man in the game, who, returning to his best form, was producing the skill whicli iua.de him famous, and producing it *U the moment when Australia wanted it most. It was a dramatic tarn in the game and revived interest,. which had heen palpa...

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GERMANS ANNOYED Berlin, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 3 January 1929

GERMANS ANNOYED Berlin, January 2. . The entire German Press has receiv ed Parker Gilbert's remarks with, an noyance and apprehension, especially as it appeared1 on the eve of the meet ing .of the experts. It is feared thai the report will weaken the oft-repeated arguments that the effect of the Dawes Plan has been catastrophical for Ger man finance and industry. Some ?2'w-b- papers call it a most unpleasant New Year gift, and accuse Gilbert of dan gerous optimism.

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