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

The Marine Terrace Pharmacy ! EXTENDS AN INVITATION | Slizabeth j{r den's |i PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE |! IS AT YOUR SERVICE l! THIS WEEK J; LET US MAKE AN APPOINTMENT FOR YOU | J; Tel. 16 ? : — RING ? Tel. 16 j ;! Advice — Bring her any problems of skin care you may ?I have. You will receive understanding, practical and ; I; sympathetic advice on any question from the first essen- ; !; tials of skin care to the art of an Elizabeth Arden make-up, j j! Practical Lessons — Take a lesson, using the actual pre- ! ;! parations, and learn how to apply them in your own home. ! ?! There is no charge for tHis valuable half-hour's instruction, ; !; which Drings you a new measure of beauty and new assur- j !; ance in your hcmc treatment. ji ? \ I; MAKE AN EARLY CALL AT j ji Marine Terrace Pharmacy |! MARINE TERRACE, GERALDTON pPlaistotivil ? ? ? ? . ? ?=F====S=:^ The whole family will enjoy it There's HEALTH In it! ... -and enjoy ment, too!) . It is the pure, rich juice of the finest red-ripe ea...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Meeting WIN FOR YODEL DAWN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 7 February 1948

Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Meeting WIN FOR YODEL DAWN , Yodel Dawn was successful in win ning tlie Eurythmiu Handicap, the principal event on the programme of the race meeting conducted by the Western Australian Turf Club at head quarters tiiis afternoon. Details of the various events are as follows: — MANNEQUIN HANDICAP (For two-year-olds) Five furlongs San (Jey, 8.8 (Ayres) .... 1 Bright Sky, 8.10 (E. Tref fone) . . ? 2 Joliair, 8.0 (Moore) ? 3 Other starters: Chanting 7.12, Red Berry 7.5), Sansaval - 7.S-, Merredin 7.S, Dainty Olive 7.0, Bo Leap 7.5, New Fiddle 7.2, Kearney 7.2. Betting: 2 to 1 against the winner. Dividends: «/*- -V6, 28/6. SUSARICN HANDICAP Seven furlongs Chariuant, 7.10 (Gannon) . . 1 Resound, S.5 (Corry) .. ..2 His Double, 8.1 (E. Tref fone) . . .. ? 3 Other starters: Cyclotron 9.6, Ton ette S.H, Norris 8.H, Kodison S.5, WU mai-e 8.2, Duuedin Lass 8.2, Our Treat 8.1, Babanooka 8.1, lioldttelds Hussy S.I, Ianto Polly 8.1, Good Quality 7.11, j Epinard 7.11, Th...

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The Geraldton Guardian SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1948 THE PASSING OF GANDHI [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 7 February 1948

(The -iSe rate ton (guardian SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 194S THE PASSING OF GANDHI There was probably no other figure in the world of early 1948 whose sud den and violent removal from the earthly scene would have been so widely and generally mourned as was the diminutive, unofficial but unchal lenged and unehallengable Hindu leader Mabatma Gandhi, who was shot dead by a fanatical Hindu on January 30th, when he was about to open his cus tomary prayer meeting in New Delhi. For* Gandhi, first of all, was one of the outstanding humanitarians of his tory — a man completely selfless in his devotion to the cause of the suffering and oppressed — not merely Hindus, or even Indians whatever tlreir religion, but of humanity in general. His fol lowers have been estimated at 300,(HJ0,000, but to that number of mourners must be added uncounted millions more in all lands, who revered him as a great spiritual leader and man of peace of unquestioned sincerity and power. A wave of hor ror and regret went ...

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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 7 February 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies ♦ ? P Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES The engrossing biographical story of George Gershwin is unfolded in 'Rhapsody in Blue' which will be screened at the Radio Theatre to-night. Several interesting short subjects sup port the chief attraction, whilst the programme for Monday. Tuesday and Wednesdav uitrhts is as follows: — | i (1) — Universal Newsreel. (2) — 'G.I. Honeymoon*' (Gale Storm, Peter Cookson, Arline Judge and Frank Jenks). (3)— Brevity. (4) — 'The Wicked Lady' (James Mason, Margaret Lockwood, Pat ricia Roc and Grittith Jones). 'G.L Honeymoon' As a feature of the programme for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights next, 'G.I. Honeymoon' humor ously depicts the obstacles that stand in the way of a newly married service man and his pretty bride embarking on a real honeymoon. The story opens | with the preacher joining- Peter Cook son and Gale Storm in matrimony. Thinss set off to a bad start as the ceremony terminates whwn Cookson, an army lieut...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 7 February 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths BIRTH TEAKLE— On February 3rd, 1948, at the Geraldton Maternity Hospital, to Nell and Bert — a daughter (Shelley). IN MEMORIAM CHANT — In loving memory of our ! deal* brother and uncle (Bertie), who i died very suddenly on February 9th, I 1943. i He never knew when leaving hoiuej i He would do more return; ! That he in death so soon would sleep | And leave us all to mourn. j Ever Remembered. [—Inserted by his affectionate sister , (Edna), brother-in-law (Stan) and I and nephews and niece. i ? MURPHY (Norman Ray)— In loving memory of our dear husband and father (Ray), who passed away on February 8th, 1947. ? Just a sad and dear remembrance, | And a memory fond and true; i .1 isst a token of affection, i And a heartache still for you. [ —Inserted by his loving wife (Ella) ! and children (Barbara, Jeanette and I'Luiraine). j MURPHY (Norman Ray)— Loving memories of our dear son and brotbei-, who departed this life on February Sth, 1947. i We still remember t...

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A Road of Rope Australian Enterprise SAVING OF LABOR [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 7 February 1948

A Road of Rope Australian Enterprise SAVING OF LABOR A start will be made this year on the building of Australia's longest bucket ropeway — a twelve-and-a-half miles double cable to the Warragamba Pam. TllP contract fnr tha wnrlr line haan let by the Water Board to a South Australian firm, the Perry Engineering Co. Ltd., in association with British Ropeway Engineering Co., London. The contract price is £393,454. The ropeway will haul gravel and sand from McCan's Island, Penrith, to Warragamba, to make concrete for the dam. During the five years in which it will be in operation, the ropeway will haul more than 2,500,000 tons of materials. - The system is driven by electrically i operated motors. Buckets filled with j metal will slide along a steel cable every thirty seconds on a twoarnda ualf hours' journey to the dam site Each bucket will hold one-and-a-lMlf tons of gravel. The maximum capacity of the system will be 170 tons per houT, with more than 500 buckets in use. The loading s...

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To-day's Lottery Draw Boulder Residents' Luck MAIN PRIZE-WINNERS Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

To-day's Lottery Draw Boulder Residents* Luck MAIN PRIZE-WINNERS Perth, This Afternoon. Tlie first and third prize in to-day's lottery draw went to Boulder. The first prize of £3,000 was won by R. H. Kelly with ticket No. 35,457. S. Caple, with ticket No. 34,677, won the third prize of £250. Ticket No. 47,628, signed M. A. L., Kent Street, Victoria Park, drew second prize of £500. ? Named 'Now or Never,' Fremantle (Ticket No. 77,608), won the fourth prize of £100.

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Building Regulations Commission Officer Charged OTHER ACTIONS MOOTED Melbourne, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Building Regulations ? ? ?- ? Commission Officer Charged OTHER ACTIONS MOOTED Melbourne, February 10. The Crown Law authorities have Issued a summons against the Vice Cuairnian of the Victorian Housing Commission (Sir. F. Oswald Barnett) for an alleged breach of the Building Operations and Building Materials Con^ trol Act, 1946. The summons relates to building work on Mr. Barnett's house iu Belmore Road, North Balwyn. It charges that the work carried out last year was 'not in compliance with the conditions of the consent granted under the Act.' Summonses concerning the same work have also been issued against A. C. Ijeith and Bartlett, Architects and Consulting Engineers, of Bourke Street, ;md A. V. Jennings Construction Co. Pty. Ltd., of Trent Street, Burwood. Mr. Bartlett is chairman and Mr. Leith a member of the architects' panel of the Housing Commission. A. V. Jen nings Construction Co. Pty. Ltd. is one of the principal builders for the Com mission. f. The cases are listed for h...

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Dogs and Oysters Ex-R.A.A.F. Men's Venture A FLYING HOLIDAY Perth, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Dogs and Oysters Ex-R.A.A.F. Men's Venture ; A FLYING HOLIDAY j Perth. February 1-». ! Two former lt.A.A.F. men will spend I their holidays flying their oyster-laden Avro-AiisiHi passenger plane ro Singa pore. The market there is said to be j hungry for both oysters and air -v if', j The ilku-s Are former Flight-Liouiennnt j lialph P.ower, of Edward Street, Ned- j lands, and D.C winner (Leslie Demon. ! of ?]ric Street. Cottesloel. J Their holidays begin on Friday, j They will take off early on Sunday. 1 They will load S(KUb! of bagged oysters } ! sit ltoebourne and will use I lie profits j of the sale to pay fuel expenses. ] They were considering taking a load ; «»f dogs*. The Japanese ate all the dous ; during the occupation. lli^h prices were ruling for even humble ''pooches.' the fliers said. Mr. P.ower will be pilot and tMr. lA-ntoti navigator.

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W.A. WINS SHIELD Queensland's Batting Failure PUCKETT'S SUCCESS Brisbane, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

W.A. WINS SHIELD ? ^ Queensland's Batting Failure PUCKETT'S SUCCESS Brisbane, This Afternoon. In gaining an outright victory against Queensland in the ^Sheffield Shield match concluded at Brisbane this after noon Western Australia gained posses sion of the Shield in its first season j in the competition. The accurate bowl j ing of Puckett clinched the issue in favor of Western Australia when Queensland fought valiantly, if unsuc cessfully, to deprive their opponents of the fruit of victory. Morris repeated his sound batting display in the first innings with a well made 49, but he I was the only member of the Queens land side to impress, and the innings closed for the meagre total of 130 runs, j giving Western Australia victory by I 183 runs. Details of the scores are as follows : — WESTERN AUSTRALIA First Innings Caruiondy, c Carrigan, b Kajnier 49 Edwards, c Rogers, b Ellis .... 6 Robinson, b Mackay ? 45 Buttsworth, c Carrigan, b Mackay 60 Watt, stpd. Siggs, b Raymer .... 129 Langd...

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Attack On B.M.A. NATIONAL HEALTH PLAN "Politically Poisoned People" MINISTERS OUTBURST London, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Attack On B.M.A. ? ♦? . ? NATIONAL HEALTH PLAN 'Politically Poisoned People' MINISTER'S OUTBURST London, Februarv M. The Minister for Health (Mr. Aii'.'urin Hevan) yesterday strongly criticiseil the 'smal! IhhJv of poliiically poisimed iteopie' - representing the I British Medical Association. j Oitening the House of Commons ' debate on Government proposals for a national liralfii service he said that this i body was trying to ' light-., ilie Act by \ niisrei»resentati(»n. ' I 'The whole thing looks more like a ; squalid political conspiracy than a ' representation by ati hotiorable learned profession.' he sai«l. i He hoped that doctors would --o-oper i ate harmoniously in the working of the i Act which wouUI beeouie operative on July r»th. but he took serious ex^-epiion : to 'the organised sabotage of an Act of Parliament.' ! Mr. Hevan said that a d-ictor could take legal action against him for j unlawful removal from the service, but i the Government could not agree t-- give ! doc...

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Jewess' Fears London Woman Abducted RETURN FROM PALESTINE London, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Jewess' Fears London Woman Abducted RETURN FROM PALESTINE London, February 10. 'I am frightened that they will find mo oven here in London.' So said the 'British Jewess, Mrs. Margaret Black (40). who was abducted by Jews and later released at Tel Aviv on Saturday. Almost in tears she arrived at London airport from Palestine last night.

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Medical Instruments Students Given a Chance A MELBOURNE SALE Melbourne, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Medical Instruments Students Given a Chance A MELBOURNE SALE Melbourne, February 10. Dealers at a sale of the Common wealth Disposals Commission refrained from bidding 'to give the other fellow a go.' 'The other fellow' was a crowd of more than 200 medical students and Hospital omcers seeKiug surgic.it etiuii» inent and books for their own use. Melbourne students at Melbourne University and hospitals were told of the sale in a curcular issued by the Commission. To assist them lots were much smaller than usual. More than one hundred were knocked down to them. Dealers forcing the prices up withdrew when one stood up and asked the others to give the students a chance. Most popular were eleven lots, each a complete set of operation instruments.

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Letter to the Editor Wheat Transport and Waste INQUIRY NECESSARY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Letter to the Editor ? .#. ? Wheat Transport and Waste INQUIRY NECESSARY Sir, — Permit me to comment upon the wheat waste thai is taking phice alon^ ! the wheat carting roads that lead to jour port, aud also from a number of ? wheat carting trucks used by our raii I wjivs for that nurisose. These striDs of wheat, two feel wide, are to be seen in numerous places along the roads I 'leading from Yuna to (he port and in [daces they appear lo be connected for miles. The trouble is faulty motor trucks and careless driving. Trucks [that left the wheat bin tilled have reached the port in varying degrees of j emptiness and. in -one ease, practically j empty. This condition applies to a num ber of badly built containers on the road, j In discussing the position with people j interested in wheat matters. I was t-ild I that the loss from certain railway i trucks was very much greater, ospe.-- - iaily when certain small trucks with j ?sloping canvas sides, were used. I; 'l submit you the followi...

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Railway Conditions Reply by the Commissioner FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Railway Conditions ? . ? *a ? Reply by the Commissioner FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES Perth, This Afternoon. The Premier (Mr. It. Mcfeirty) today released the reply of the Commissioner of Railways (Mr. J. A. Ellis) to the report of the Royal Commissioners appointed to inquire into the railway system of the State (Messrs. A. Gib son and D. H. C. DuPlessis). Referring to the report's finding 'that financial malnutrition was the root cause of railway deterioration,' ' Mr. Ellis said: — 'Lack of thoughtful ness was imputed to me in presenting the condition of the railways to tbe Government. Overwhelming evidence was presented to the Commission that time and again over a number of years the matter had been forcefully pre sented. Had I been mpre importunate j it would have been impossible for me j to create the money the Government did j not possess. Apart from resigning, which would have indicated a defeatist attitude and would not have helped the Government, I do not see what I could have done...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Birth Notices — Minimum (.'? linos), 3/0. Deaths, Marriages, Fuu cvaI aud Afemoriatu Notices - — Minimum !.'? linos), 3/»s. Leader Page «-r otbor Paragraphs under read ing matter. 7d. j-er Hue Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Miscellaneous — All adver tisements under this heading are. charged at 7U. per liny with miui UiUUi Of 1/-. Wedding Reports and Lists of presents, 8/- per in. Funeral Reports and Lists of Wreaths, 3/- per in. BULLOCK WAGONS » In George Street, Sydney — '' , s Bullock wagons were a common sight in Sydney when the Bank of New South Wales started business in 1817. To-day, bullock wagons are outmoded. Their appearance in George Street, Sydney, would cause a sensation. The development of transport is one aspect of the economic growth of Australia — a growth which has been fostered more by the Bank of New South Wales than . by any other, single Australian institution. Consult and use — BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES...

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CARNARVON CAR SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

CARNARVON CAR SERVICE The following passengers travelled from Geraldton by the -Jeraldton-Car- iiiii-voii Taxi S»?rvic«» to-day: — Messrs. 0. Cook, W. Hut-rell, K. Walton, P.. r.arhani. Hare and Ait kin.

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

RECENT A1U TRAVELLERS The following passengers travelled to aud from Geraldton by the air ser vice of the MacUobertson-MUler Avia tion Company Limited during the past three days : — Perth to GeraMton (Sunday) — Messrs. H. Clarson, Hilton and J. Sells, Mesdames H. Clarson. E. Millar. Hil t«u, K. Kissack and M. I), llillman. Miss II- While and Master T. Clifford. Geraldton to Perth (Sunday) — Messrs. F. Constantino, I), lieaton, C. U-;gk'. S. IJogle. J. O'Donaghtie. M. Fathers and Cap). 1-. Itojrle. Mesdame.s F. Constantino, It. Masters, M. Tauss and J. Thorman and Miss Ii. Warbur ton. ^ Geraldton to ISroome (Sunday* — Mr. T. J. Johnston. Derby to Geraldton (Sunday)— Miss It. ISromley and Masters It. Lloyd and II. Unwell. 1'orr Hedlaiui to -;eialdton (Sunday) —Mr. T. Clarke. Geraldtou to Perth (Monday) — Messrs. G. Collier, K. L. WiJsow. K. Evans. K. Crawford. I. McLean, A. Clarke. F- H. Jones, K. I)rage and -». II. Kaiser. Mesdames? Q. Gardiner and M. Siarsetic. Misses L. M. 31timme,...

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SUNRISE AND SUNSET FIGURES FOR FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

SUNRISE AND SUNSET ? -^ ? ? ? FIGURES FOR FEBRUARY Day Rise Set Pay Rise Set 1 r».r.i * 7.20 ; in 0.3 7.i-- 2 H.52 7.10 ! 10 (J.3 7.!- 3 '-.r-3 7.18 ! 17 0.4 7.8 4 n.r-4 7.17 j is -j.r- 7.7 H o.-ri-'» 7.17 ; 1^ (».« 7.H «- Ti.Ttii 7.1G ? 20 »-.(} 7.'» 7 5..r»7 7.16 I 21 «;.- 7.4 5 H.r»S 7.1.T ? 22 «5.S 7.:i 0 5-'»!» 7.14 i 23 fi.'.i 7.2 : 10 5.5U 7.14 ! 24 G.I- 7.1 11 0.0 7.13 i 2,'i «;.n» 7.O 12 0.1 7.12 ' 2-*i ill I O.ii'.) 13 6.2 7.11 j 27 »».U »;.r-s 14 6.2 7.10 i 2S «.12 W.Tu ' 2!) i\.V2 ti'u

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Alleged Cancer Cures Procedure for Investigation MR. BRAUND'S STAND Sydney, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Alleged Cancer Cures Procedure for Investigation MR. BRAUND'S STAND Sydney, February 10. Mr- John Braund (70), who claims to cure cancer, declared last night that If the Special State Investigating Com tnittee wished to see him and. question him it would have to go to his home at Beverley Hills. He would not leave his house to attend any meetings of the Committee. The procedure to be adopted in the Investigation of the methods used by Mr. Braund was drawn up yesterday by the Medical Panel of the Iuvestiga-. tion Committee. The proposals will go before the Full Investigating Commit tee in Sydney to-day.

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