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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

MAUnHS.PIBS ?I#V & STEEL I ?ni Sore and certain for all Female ? ?ffpr ? complaints. Ereir lady shonld keep ? ffv H^xsEistbcho^sct. Chemists s&d Stores ^K 1 Proprietor : Mgtia. jQwte. «e«ftM|f. F-«rJ

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

DoDse Brgthbrs Standard Si% Representing Unparalleled Vakie. Trae Economy in a Fine— R omy — Dependable — Low Priced Six. Local Agents ? BELL & CO. Sole WA DISTRIBUTORS Winterbottom Motor Company limited MHHHMBMB PERTH ??liiHBHHH ORDER NOW Cuming Smith or Mount Lyell .Superphosphate. — Manufactured by — The Farmers* Company ? „ ? „„, ? „ ...Hn.MmiiMiiiitMmmMiMMmwmmtuMUMummiMMi^J JjjMMUMIIMIIMiniWimntlUtl''''*''1'''1''111 ? '' - . . ; ? I HUMAN ASSETS AND UABHITIES. j 1 ? ? I I A GOOD CITIZEN takes an interest in his town, and seeks § I opportunities to serve it, even at the cost of a little tune and | S money. Above all he buys all his requirements m his own town. | S Usually he is the kind of man one likes to meet. HE IS AN Ab- g = SET- A more resident takes no interest in his town beyond gett- 5 = ing his living from it. Pc accepts service and business from his j I townsmen, bu* gives little or nothing in return. He will suffer f I the winter cold waiting a visit to Perth,...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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STANDARD RAILWAY GAUGE VICTORIAN OBSTACLE. Melbourne, January 11 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

STANDARD RAILWAY GAUGE VICTORIAN OBSTACLE. t Melbourne, January 11 'I do not f stvour the' suggestion at tributed to the members of the. Prem iers' Conference that an additional railway line of 4ft. Sin. gauge shoulu be built from Albury to Melbourne jto overcome the break of - gauge diffi culty,' s.aid the Ministe'r for Railway. (Mr. Groves) to-day. 'We should no nibble at this proposal.. I believe that full' inquiries should be made into the present conditions governing an altera tion of the Victorian gauge to the sug gested standard, and then to go o» with the work to complete it as, speedily a' possible. I intend to suggest immedia tely to the Premier (Sir William Mc Phcrsan) that another Royal Commiss ioner should be appointed -to consider aspects which were not dealt with sat isfactorily by the earlier commission and the alterations in- the position which have occurred fince ths original report was made. 'The gravest omission from the pre ?vious report is the failure to refer ...

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THE WUBIN TRAGEDY RESIDENCE FOR MRS. SMITH [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

THE WUBIN TRAGEDY RESIDENCE FOB MRS. SMITH The lowest tender received for the construction of a bungalow residence for Mrs. Smith at Wubin was £1200 by Mr. M. Ford, of Nedlands. The building, which is being erected out of public subscriptions^ l*» enabla M.r& Smith to cater for the travelling public, will be mainly of wood and fibrolitc construc tion, with celctox ceiling, and will comprise a dining room (16ft. x 21ft.), servery, kitchen, pantry, hall, three bed rooms, bath room, linen press, and out buildings. The house will be surround ed by a 10ft. verandah, and provision will bo made for the conservation of 3,000 gallons of water. The contract will be signed next week and the work wili be commenced immediately under the supervision of 'the honorary arcr.r tect (Mr. E. W. G. Pickering). The trustees for the fund arc Colonel C01 lett (representing the Returned Sold iers' League. ,of which Mis. Smith's late husband was a member), and Mi. M. T. Padbury (representing the Prim...

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BOXING INTERESTING LIGHT WEIGHT BOUT LEWIS OUTPOINTED BY SULLIVAN Perth. January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

BOXING INTERESTING LIGHT WEIGHT BOUT LEWIS OUTPOniTED BT SmJUrVAN Perth. January 12. General surprise was expressed in ao uncertain fashion by a. large attend ance wnen the referee (Mr. P. Basto) awarded the decision to Phil Sullivan, the Victorian lightweight, in his match juminst Kid Lewis. Stele Hkhtweight champion, - at the Olympia open-air stadium last night. Lewis was boxing well throughout tire 15 rounds, and ap peared to have the fight won when, contrary to expectations ,the Victorian was erowiied winner. The loeal boxer, however, showed a tendency to hang on, and Sullivan fretjnenrlv landed his characteristic right to the heart and evidently these points influenced the re feree. Both boxers gave a good exhibi tion of footwork, but their punches lacked sting and cleanness. Sullivan's effort was. a good one. He fongtir bactc brilliantly to wipe off flie deficit ag ainst him in the concluding stage?, and gave his opponent a taste (if his former self. Both men weighed 9.7.

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POPE'S JUBILEE 1929 A HOLY YEAR PLENARY INDULGENCE. Rome January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

POPE'S JUBILEE 1929 A HOLY YEAR PLENARY INDULGENCE. Rome, January 10 Thc Pope announces that 1929, whu-u. ', marks' the jubilee of his first Mass shall be considered a holy year, 'extra ordi neuij' and accordingly he will grant during the year plenary indulgence \sa four conditions: — (1) Faithful dwelling in the dioee-si; of Boinc, and pilgrims thereto niuM twice visit three named Basilicas in order to pray, particularly for the con version of sinners, the extirpation of her esy and schism, peace- and »,..:: .-op t amongst the princes and the prosperiry and freedom of the Catholic Church am' the head thereof. If persons arc pre vented by the distance and other leg iinatc impedimenta from complying therewith, confessors may commute them to visits to the parish, church - (2) Additional fasts must be observ ed. (3) Make additional confession and partake of extra communion. (4) Make charitable offering according to means and according to confessor '.s advico, such offering to be made a...

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RACING IN VICTORIA EPSOM MEETING RESULTS ADJONG WINS PLATE. Melbourne, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

RACING IN VICTORIA EPSOM MEETING RESULTS ADJONG WINS PLATE. Melbourne, January 12., The following arc the results at the Epsom meeting This afternoon: — TWO-YEAROLD HANDICAP. Five furlongs. BEhNIEL, 7.13 ? 1 Toussaint, 8.10 ...*, ? 2 Greenview, 8.0 ? 3 Betting: 6 to 1 against winner. EPSOM PLATE. Six furlongs. ADJONG, 8.13 ? 1 Coogee Bay, 8.0 ....'.. ? 2 Tullius, 9.3 ? 3 Betting: 10 'to 1 against winnc|\ BRUSH STEEPLECHASE. Two miles and 15 chains. FRAMPTON, 10.6 ? 1 George William, 10.12 ? 2 Le Procyon, 9.4 ? 33 Betting: 8 to 1 against winner. EPSOM PURSE. One mile. FLYING CRAZE, 7.(5 ? 1 Belawan, S.13 ? 3 Thrawn, 6.7 ? 3 Betting: 20 to 1 against the winner. EPSOM HANDICAP. One mile, and a quarter. KING TUMUT, 6.7 ? 1 Horoscope, 8.11 ? 2 Sacedon, 7.6 ? 3 Betting: 33 to 1 against the winner. APPRENTICES HANDICAP One mile. GROPA, 7.9 ? 1 Vamparite, 8.5 ? 2 Palpy, 7.13 ? 3 Betting: 3 to 1 against the winner.

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MOTOR BRAKES THEIR USE AND ABUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

MOTOR BRAKES m THEIR USE AND ABUSE. Motor engineers are justly proul or the efficiency to which brakes fcavc been developed. But they do not ap prove of drivers dashing at furious speed along a city road ani stopping dead at the last instant at an intersect ion. Apart from the wear imposed by this practice on hubs and brake linings it causes undesirable strain on the car and the engine. Brakes are made powerful s=o *bat they can be applied to stop* the car 'n an emergency, as when a collision is im minent, or the vehicle is gaining too much momentum on a declivity. There are drivers who respect this fact, and school themselves to drive without us ing the brakes except in an emergency. This skilful driving adds to the enjoy ment of motoring and those who prac tice it know that they affr saving the mechanism. Recently an adept driver took his -rur across London, through the heart of the afternoon West-End fcaffies, without one application of the brakes. Another driver went from London...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

\^M*YV Country Orders by Eetnrn jfi'iA^^ CS^nHS* night dispensing JjffUmPP 'w?£^ ?'?-.'?'-?^SkTSS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

ARE YOUR EYES RIGHT ? If Not, Consult — E. F. MARCHANT (W.A.O.A.) OPTICIAN MARINE TERRACE. GERALDTON ss. MINDEROO Will leave GERALDTON for Shark Bay, Carnarvon, Onslow, Cossack Roads, Pt. Hedland, Broonie, Derby, Java, and Singapore on MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1929 (Circumstancos Permitting) Passengers and cargo accepted for above ports. DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED, Agents

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

?(PHONE 253 Day and Night) (BOX 75) I TERRIFIC TIMBER EXPLOSION I R. JOSEPH'S FURNITURE ARCADE. GERALDTON I Has now started a TIMBER YARD, and can supply JARRAH, OREGON, SHELVING, DOORS, WINDOWS, FLOORING BOARDS. Special Prices for Truck Lots. Bolts, Nails, Hinges, Wire Netting, Piping and Fittings, CHEAPEST. IN AUSTRALIA Frigidaire Refrigerators for FOR EVERY HOME DELCO LIGHTING PLANTS Every Purpose COBNSACKS, WINDMILLS, PLOU GHS, TWIN CITY TRACTOBS. HUME SEPTIC TANKS and REINFORCED TROUGHS. All Classes of Fire and Marine Insurance. - , Colonial Mutual Life Insurance Society Ltd. J.E. PEARSON COMPANY P.O. Box 6. GERALDTON. Telephone 82. The Best Drink For Summer Days IS PLAISTOWE'S TRIPLE BLEND COCOA - Every Cup contains a max imum of nutritious strength giving properties that keeps you feeling fit. MAKE IT YOUR ME MT1WE DINK «~ Your Local Store ^ells It The VICTORIA Insurance Co., Ltd. THE OLDEST AUSTRALIAN OFFICE Estd. 1849. LIFE, WORKERS' COMPENSATION, MOTOR CAB AND AT.T, ACCIDE...

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NO CONVALESCENCE PLANS London, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

NO CONVALESCENCE PLANS London, January 10. The King 's condition continues to toe ?satisfactory. Lord Dawson liad a. eoa sultation with Sir Stanley Hewett for an hoar and a half to-night aud tiir ray therapy treatment was rc--ipplied. The Prince «of Walej dined with th« Queen. The Duke of York and the Duke of Gloucester, who have tjccb sho.otmg at Sandringham, will return to London on Saturday. The Prince of Wales nnd Prince George are expected to go to Sandringham on Monday foi several days' shooting. It is authoritatively learned that no arrangements have been made regarding tho locality where the King will even tually go to recuperate. At pres=ent it is too early for an official announce ment on this subject, though the matte: will be considered! in due course tov thosc in cloie touch with his Majesty. It will not be an easy problem, but na turally the advice of the doctors wii; be followed. Undoubtedly they wiii desire to remove the King from London as soon as possible. It is- d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

Stop Jthat backache! Does you back ache without ceasing ? Are you tortured with sharp rheumatic twinges that keep your nerves on the rack ? Do you feel old, worn out and discouraged; dull, depressed and irritable ? Then you should suspect your kidneys ! The kidneys are the blood-filters. If they act imperfectly, your 'blood is being poisoned and jhjut entire system is absorbing the Reasons. It is time to stop and think --^-tline to take precaution against such danger. JJeglect too frequently leads to ^jSiiumatism, lumbago, sciatica, stone in the kidneys or bladder, and to dropsy or incurable complaints. Don't delay! Use Doan's Backache Kidney Pills at once; they are solely for strengthening weak kidneys, and they will not fail. -'Sold by all Chemists and Stores. Eoster-McClellan Go. Proprietors, Sydney DOAN'S BACKACHE KIDNEY PILLS Printed and Published for Geraldton KowsfSapers Jajmed, by Alfred^TAa hje-tytTtuMf/ Gferalaton, 'western Aub

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

2 ?.???.. uMiiii.n.minmitii mi mm— tttmamiiSBisSSSBj^^M j THE % r^HH I DISTRICT NEWSPAPERS! 1 at Z. p.m. (S pa. gMinfti^glHsjaiM | PS3PAID SoBS3EZP3aDBT BM^^^H 1 Ono. Year ? £2^L0/-'^^^l I -::;:c months ? £Vl8^^^a = S;x months ? JEl^^J^^BM | Three niomtas ? ^'^jMjjjgjB I If booked 14/- per q-rarh^J||||la I ? - .--&JHB I .................».......»..u, , _ .^sBM

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

Telegrams and Letters: 'GUARDIAN' Geraldton. Telephone 29 P.O. Box 33

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

\ \V \ ALWAYS ^ ^^x V^-*'^^'''^ We nave ^nst °Penea * 'Fay Hat- -iriffiS \ j^Sy^\^& Jttange of Boxed Stationery, apectfQy -S?« ^r^Oft selected to suit all tastes. - ^ / /No Better Range in Tn»;^ ^^/ ^S^^C^ ALL WEITING BEQDISHKa SIT t ; 1^ X/V^Y* LIMITED, GERALDTON lf|j

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THE CHURCH AND YOUTH "NEW OCCASIONS, NEW DUTIES" VIEWS OF REV. J. MACKENZIE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

THE CHURCH AND YOUTH 'SEW OCCASEQK5, HEW DDIIES' VIEWS Ol REV. J. MACKENZIE At the Presbyterian sunuaer confer ence, at Ballarat recently the Ecv. J. M,aeKenzic ;potc on: 'Xevr Occasions Teach New Duties.' Mr. MacKcnzie said when Lowell -wrote about 100 years ago that new occasions taught new du ties, he looked ahead and saw that aevr problems wx»uid liave to be faced m political and national life. We were to-day in a similar position. The War had brought new responsibilities and duties. - There was an industrial fer ment which was perplexing the world, but every problem if Looked at from the right angle must be looked at as a new opportunity. History and scientific discovery were revealing new truths, and the problem was- how were these truths to be fitted in with the creeds of our fathers? To get a sounder view of God 's kingdom the great central and abiding truths could not be shaken, be cause they were built upon the Bock. The young people lnustjseek to know the truth and not fo...

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A PRIVATE BATTLE. INCIDENT OF THE SUDANESE CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

H PRIVATE BATTLE. INCIDENT OK THE SUDANESE CAMPAIGN. When in Ifce Sudan, in tiie June ol 1895, I anl my orderly, Shawish Ninir AH, were at a point on tha bank of the NUe about one milt north of our can*. We stood for a Moment facing tht stream. »nen suddenly I heard the ' mapping of twiga close by, ani, looking round I s*w a ' number o! acn with rifles advancing rapidly '.0 wards us through the trees. The growth at this spot had evi dently been very thick, bat the brush wood had !«ecn burned, and nothing remained bi*: * tease overgrowth, which effectively keyt out the light from an underlying network of charr ed trunks and bushes. Tn amongst these 'obstacles the riflemen came leaping along, holding their weapons in front of thsm, ani not -ottering a sound. I immediately supposed, seaing that they had no coloured patches on their 'jibbas,' that they, were a party of oar 'friendlies' (Bauda) irom Adarama. My orderly, however who had been a dervish himself, shouted, rThese are not Band...

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ANTI-SMUGGLING TREATY CANADA REFUSES TO AGREE. Ottawa. January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

ANTI-SMUGGLING TREATY CANADA BEFUSES TO AGBEE. j ? 1 Ottawa, January 10. ] The United Sfates failed to-day to obtain the consent of the Canadian Government to a treaty providing for drastic efforts to suppress the annual £20,000,000 liquor shipment from Can ada. The conference between the Ame rican and Canadian officials sat here for a period of several days, but it ended without result. The United States wanted Canada to agree to re fuse to issue papers to vessels clearing ports with cargo of liquors The American delegates departed with the feeling that the opinion in Canada waa that America must make a more stren uous effort to enforce her own laws to stamp out smuggling before coming for help to a neighbouring country.

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CRICKET GERALDTON ASSOCIATION MATCHES THIS AFTERNOON'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

CRICKET GERALDTON ASSOCIATION * MATCHES THIS AFTERNOON'S PLAXV ..I The first matches in the final round of fixtures were commenced this after noon, the following being the .progress scores: — MERCANTILES v. COSMOPOLITANS COSMOPOLITANS. First Timings. ' Taylor, run out ? r . . . 7, Smith, not out ? 3^ Tunstill, run out ? , 2 Cross, l.b.w., b P. Evensen ? 0 Sterrett, c and b P. Evenscn ? 3c Total for 5 wickets 7a GERAU3TOX v. AUSTRALS. AUSTRALS. First Innings. J. Grocssler, c Criddle, b Angel . . 10 May, not out ? 30 R. Hall, b Angel ? „ SnelL c AngeL b Criddle ? Us Bearde, not -out ? »j Sundries ? «t Total for 3 wickets 9i

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