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CURRIED FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

CURRIED FISH. Melt i-yt. dripping in a pan ar; add 1 tablespoonfnl of curry powder. Break up lftn of fish remnants aid mix in the pan with 2oz. of rice, | pint' of fieh stock (or skinc milk) enj B€a-oning to taste. Cook for fn minutes, stirring all the time, ami serve witb boiled rice. Whs?, '-toned pineapple is served at table, there is usually a quantity o! juice loft. Do not throw this away, but use it instead of water for m i'.c ing a blanc mange, as it givej a de licious . flavour. . _ ;

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

WISE AND OTHERWISE. ? » ? While passing down the main street of an ancient city, I overheard the following conversation between two gentlemen. 'Do you reed much?' 'Oh, yes,' replied the other gentle man, with a smile on his face. ''I've read Shakespeare, I've read Thack eray, and I've red socks, but the blessed things won't keep up.' The Shakespeare Club of New Or leans used to give amateur theatrK, cal performances that were distin guished for the local prominence ot the actors. Once a social celebrity, with a gorgeous costume, as Sonfe of the lords in waiting, ba^fpeuy ' four words to say: 'The ^^ has swooned.' As ha stepped forward his friends applauded vociferously. Bowing his *h««fc-« he faced the king and said, in a very high-pitched 'The swoon has queened.' .-r--. There was a roar of laughter : btrif' he waited patiently, and made an other attempt: — 'The sween has cooned.' Again the walls trembled, and tbe Etage manager said, in a voice which ' could be herd all over the hou...

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YORK'S NEW ARCHBISHOP IMPRESSIVE ENTHRONEMENT London. January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

YORK'S NEW ARCHBISHOP IMPRESSIVE ENTHRONEMENT London. Januarv 10. Under a snowmantled roof, in the beautiful York Minster, a thousand white-robed clergy, whose garments set off the scarlet^ and gold of many bril liant uniforms, participated in the en thronement of the Right Rev. William Temple (formerly Bishop of Manchest er) as Archbishop of York- HIness prevented the presence of the Arca. bishop of Canterbury. Dignified English translations oi Latin prayers, which used to be offered 500 years ago, were intoned as the new Archbishop seated himself in the famous York chair, which was associat ed, with, the Saxon Kings of Northum *brla. Princess Mary was seated in the Choir. Lord Lascelles and Lord T-era- more, and Sir Hugh Bell (Lords Lieut enants of Yorkshire) were -also present. The Archbishop took tbe oath on Anglo-Saxon Gospels, the Minster 't most treasu^d relic. Trumpeters of the Inniskilling Dragoons fanfared, an-j the choir and the congregation sang the 'Te Dcum.' The sermon...

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OCEAN FREIGHT RATES INCREASES FROM LONDON SHIPPERS PERPLEXED. London, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

OCEAN FREIGHT RATES INCREASES FROM LONDON ' SHIPPERS PERPLEXED. London, January 10. ^ An extraordinary position has arisea owing to the decision of the Australian Merchants' Committee advising against the publication of the details of in creases in freights to Australia. No reason was given for this decision, be yond the fact that it might cause a misapprehension in Australia, in the absence of the full text. It was stated earlier that the full details would be available as soon as they were prepared, but the Merchants' Committee, at the last minute, gave the opinion that publication of tho details was not. desirable. Inquiries, however, reveal that the following are among the principal al terations; — Rough measurements, an increase from 75/- to 85/- per ton; fine measurements, 100/- to 110/- per ton; and lower class measurements, 60/- to 65/- and 70/- a ton. Steel ami iron rates will be unaltered. Other weight rates have been raised frpm 40/- to 42/6 and 45/-. Freight rates on the...

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SALVATION ARMY DEPUTATION TO GENERAL A MISUNDERSTANDING London, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

SALVATION ARMY DEPUTATION TO GENERAL A MISUNDERSTANDING London, Januarv 11 Therc was intense intererfih to-day's meeting of the High Council of the Sal- , vation Army, and its projected deputa- , tion to General Booth to ask him to re tire from the supreme leadership of the Army with the rank of general, par- j icularlv as it is by no means certain ! that either he or his supporters will ac- j quiesce in the High Council's request in view of his strong legal position and * the narrow powers of the council. Gen- ; cral Booth's health has improved dur- i ing the last few days. j After the singing of 'tit-d is Our Help ' ' yesterday, a letter from the gen eral, couched in affectionate terms, was ? laid on the table of the president of the j council. There was an impressive si- | lencc while 5(i officers walked up and signed the historic document which asks General Booth to retire, and seven abstained from signing. The deputa tion includes Commissioners Hay (New Zealand), J. Cunningham ...

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LABOUR LEADER'S CRITICISM SERIOUS BLOW TO AUSTRALIA MELBOURNE. January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

LABOUR LEADER'S CRITICISM SERIOUS BLOW TO AUSTRALIA Melbourne. Januarv 11. Asserting* hat an increase in freights was an inevitable consequence of the sale of the Commonwealth Line, Mr. Scullin (Leader of the Opposition in the Federal Parliament) stated to-day that the shipping combine had strucl ?i serious blow at Australia. The sale of the Commonwealth Line, he said, removed Australia's only safeguard, and an increase in freights was in evitable. Those who advocated the sale of the line ridiculed the prediction that increased freights would follow. They even suggested that there would be reductions when the ships were re moved from the Australian register and the owners were enabled vto reduce the seamen 's wages by nearly 50 per cent. The false prophets were signifk ?antly silent now that the Common wealth Lino had gone. 'We are at the merry of th-- world combine,' Mr S.ullin siiiii-d, 'and it is ovidont that no HMivy 'ill l»; ^ii-'M. The only ?'imMd^raiivn s!i-jtmi !-y the shipp...

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

? ? .111 «i mm imn hit i ?? n.n ? ??-?-» i ? m ill.ij»i..ll)ja..t II ,i i ,d » l^ff^^B^^^S^^B OHUSNS W1XUODT Jl t§? '?'- ^*« HH-^g^^^HH^B Separators and Chums ': 'Si.vS^H GET OUB IiATEST PBSCES A2SD CATAIfOGUBS. ^-^''?:-lfS| — CASH OE EAST TEEMS — ^il§^~*|a| A. W. DOBBIE and Co., Ltd., 804 Hay SttMlgMKniS CEO0KS & BBOOKEB, LTD., LOCAL EEPBESBWaafl^Blr-' /-^g ' =: ? '^X'Jl srr ~/lSl?a| Amonfe nourishing, health giving dishes, there is none *4isl more deliciour, or more beneficial than FOSIl&k &j§| CLARK'S CUSTARD served with stewed feurt. J^B » The addition of FOSTER CLARK'S CUSTAR^ * =*g[ to a dish of fruit provides just that nourishment the ** J11 fruit lacks, and makes it welcomed By even the suet'. * J^wi delicate digestions. - * ^Wx a-28 .. . ' y/tistsurcl^'^ jj| S0REACHIHC1 ^^ .^v ^^ Cwn1bii; -'^H SORE, painful feet is one of the worst aHUctib^al-f^^ that a man can have, especially when liis : WI£B work means long hours of walking and stanflmg^;^^S| Don'...

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LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

LOCAL & GENERAL Beady for School — Prepare you child ren for school by buying them strong serviceable attache case from 4/- to 11/6 at Guscott's Sporting Depot; also music cases, etc. — Advt. Moora Centenary Celebrations. — A meeting will be held in Moora on Feb ruary 13th., to decide what form the local centenary celebrations shall take. Darwin '.s Rainfall. — Rainfall at Dar win for 1928 was the lowest recorder for 20 years. The total for the year was 35J inches, being 24 inches below the average. Increased Snipping Freights. — It is expected that the increased : hipping freights to and from Australia will come into operation in a fortnight's time. About two million pounds per an num L$ involved, which will be borne entirely by Australia. Geraldton Magistracy. — The Public Service Commissioner is calling for ap plications, returnable .on January 26, for the position of stipendiary magis trate, at Geraldton, at a yearly t-alary range of £600-756 to fill the vacancy cau. ed ...

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

MtMoors ? FOR ? MEDICINE Only Fully Qualified Pharmacists handle your Prescriptions PHONE 16 P.O. BOX .35 Genuine New Year Bargains P.O. BOX 57 J3L.T \ j^lATtf-^l I Q TELEPHONE 31. |§ LADIES AND MEN'S DRAPERY || Voile DRESS LENGTHS, worth 12/6 Ladies' Fancy APRONS in large 'Men s BLAZERS, with assorted ' T'S to clear at 7/11 the dress length. I sizes at 3/11 each. braid facings at 25/- each. £ Smart Patterns in Art Silk DRESS Maids' Fancy Aprons to clear at -Men's Sports SHIRTS at 7/6 ^nd - '^ i; LENGTHS; usually 25/-; to clear at 2/11 each. ~ 10/6 each. - :^ to 21/- the dress length. Finest quality HOLSERY, GLOVES M' , Pash;On SHIRTS with collar - -~* Silk Voile DRESS LENGTHS in and UNDERWEAR at standard prices. ^^ 'XVbS all *?«* ** ^ TS/^Se trVnir' fr°m *'* MEN'S AND BOYS' DKAPEEY 3/6 and 10% each. ^ -: Good quality Cream FUJI SILK at Men's Fancy SOCKS in smart pat- .^^ 2/6 yard. I Good value in Men 's Fawn and Grey terns at 4/6 pair. . ^Lc - '' Plain and Fancy Fuji SILK in new- F...

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EVASION OF TAXES TASMANIAN FINED £225. Hobart, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

EVASION OF TAXES TASMANIAN FINED £225. Hobart, January 11. On live counts, a farmer named Ro!» ert H. Calvert, of Campania, was fine.' a total of £2:23 by the Magistrate (Mr. White) iu the Hobart Police Court to day, for having failed to send correct returns of his income to the Commiss ioner of Taxes for the years ended 11)24 to 1»28 inclusive. Mr. j. P. Clark, who appeared for the Taxes Department, said that it was the most serious case the department had ever experienced. Defendant 'ha a stated that his earning over the five years was £187 lc.3 than his expendi ture, when m reality his income had been £3,757. He computed his returns by making deductions for articles which he had purchased, and by show ing the remainder as his gross income. Some of the items had been deducted a- many as three times in one year. Defendant had .shown his gross income as £--, when it was £895, and had shown that he had lost £291 when his gross income was £316'. Mr. C. !?. Oaye, who appeared for de fe...

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GERALDTON HARBOUR SLOW PROGRESS OF THE WORK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE URGES SPEEDING UP [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

GERALDTON HARWW«i SLOW PROGRESS OF-TO|§ WORK ^tS CHAMBER OF COMMEBGE WK^^I SPEEDING DP ~- _'**£? i&Vfct the members of tfcc GenMtoill £$j^E?er °f Coiumen-c ate nu^im^^ cojfflKecd that the r-~— r rfn ill ^iMivT witF^rbour w^bb^m^^^J «arily slow was evident ia^tlu^S^^m their quarterly wcctuL-- at the GomuiSiSm wealth Hotel, when cooadecaUc-dn^^ ion aro^e over this question. ^jS&M The Mayor (Mr. G. E. - &wdl-^ brought the matter before th^ttt&ggm by asking if the Chamber had dnraiwpllji thing with regard to the dtodo^^^^l said that the crew of the Sir, WBluolii Mathcw was to be disbanded ^m^il the vessel's absence for ovediaaL MySgli while, tno .other dredge w=j mlr«i^9 mg one shift. The CotweiL Jiad ct^H gested that tuc men oiaaissed tnaxjtiSim one dredge be utilUsd on Hk^O^^M work two shifts, and thus expedite dia^ work, and keep the mm «mn!ovcd. A^S The {Secretary (Mr. A. ^CmieirLpl rci.u a ioaer umcu -^, seja to tfte *£SM guiccr or haiduuis ana Kivci...

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SUBMARINE HUNTING TALES OF DESPERATE BRAVERY SHIP AWARDED THE V.C. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

? * SUBMARINE HUNTING TALES OF DESPERATE BRAVERY SHIP AWASDED THE V.C. In the ** fascinating story of the work of -ttuT 'mystery' ships during the Greaf^War, written by Eear-Ad-. miral, Gordon Campbell, V.C, D.S.O., '-? two highly successful actions are^c lateiteaawtesSI-' «Ba form the most ab sbrbing parjt; _of the story; the third! was an example of consummate brav- I ery and discipline, but the ship's luck ! was 'outV' H.M.S.Q5., alias Barn borough, , alias Loderer (changed names were part of the game), wat, on 17th. February, 1917, torpedoed while 'homeward bound') off the south of Ireland. The 'panic party' were lowered 'in a fashion enough to give any commander seven fits' the ship began to settle down by the j stern. The engine room flooded; the j submarine came up to inspect. Men j hidden on board and feeling the ship going dowla, never moved a muscle. The submarine cruised round, watch ing to take the 'panie boat master' prisoner. She came close, broke sur face, and the Ger...

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WRESTLING INTERESTING RING STRATEGY IRSLINGER'S CLEVER WIN. Perth, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

WRESTLING ^ ? INTERESTING RING STRATEGY EBSLINGER'S CLEVER WDT. Perth, Januarv 1-. Interesting ring strategy was demon strated by two fir. t-class exponents in Henry Irslinger ,of England, and Louis Pergantcs, of Greece, in their match at the Subiaco Oval last night before a larsre crowa. Irsliager seamed victory with the aid of all his cunning and re markable generalship. When the. fift.'i term commenced both men had a fall to their credit. Then the contest came to a head. Pergantes rushed his man and began to bustle him with/he adloeks. lsc threw the Englishman heavily a couple of times an-l gradually his victim be come groggy; .and heavy' on his feet. Pergantes tried for a deciding flying headlock and, just at a critical mo ment, when he had his hands entwines' around his man 's head aiid was heaving for a throw, Irslingei jerked hin back wards and Pergantes crashed to the mat with the fnfljweight of Irslinger on top of him, When his shoulders touched the mat he. rolled from one ...

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THE RABBIT PEST FARMER'S PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY VALUE OF WIRE-NETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

THE RABBIT PEST ? ? ♦ FARMER'S PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY : ? *? ? VALUE OF Wpp-NETTING. Of all the agencies of destruction that rabbits have to contend with in the struggle to exist, and to increase, the operations of man are (says Mr C. J. Craig, Chief Inspector of Babbits, writing in the D^eember issue of the 'Journal of Agriculture') undoubted ly the most de«tfl§§|5ijre. Their num bers are reduced byv carnivorous ani mals, parasitic diseases, tho droughts of summer and the floods of winter, but the use of strychnine, phosphorous, poisonous gases and other methods of destruction applied by man easily ac count for the greatest numbers. The general application of poison during tho main poisoning season followed during the winter with the fuinigator and more poison where necessary, are the essential factors whereby the pest can be satisfactorily suppressed. But how are we to secure their effectual application? Only by organisation, adequate and effectual supervision, an abundant supply...

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CHECK ON WAR AN AMERICAN MOVE PROVISION FOE REFERENDUM Washington, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

CHECK ON WAR ? «. ? ?— AN AMERICAN MOVE PROVISION FOE REFERENDUM Washington, January 10. While the Senate legislative deadlock still continue., ami x'ae efforts .of con ferences failed to-day to , reach a com promise that would permit an agree ment on the ratification of the .Kellogg Peace Pact, Senator Borah, (chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee), has expressed the nope that the vote on the treaty will be taken on Satur day.- An interesting manouevre to make the Pact effective after its passage, which in any event seems assured, 'oc curred with the introduction by Mr. Hamilton Fv-h (a member of the For eign Agairs Committee of the ilpuse of Representatives) of a constitutional amendment 'jntier wiiien. no war, save* a war of self-defence, could be waged by the United States until si declara tion of hostilities was ratified- by :i popular referendum. Mr. Fish declared that he tvas re-i.Jy to accept further qualifications under which a war could be waged vrltumit such a refer...

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SKIFF CHAMPIONSHIP VICTORY FOR W,A. Perth, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

SKIFF CHAMPIONSHIP VICTORY FOR W,A, Perth, January 12. West Australia won the skiff cham: pkuship ot Australia thi. afternoon. Prior to this afternoon's race Verona (W.A.) an I Victor IL -^ueenslan-li were equal with 22 points each.

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COURSE CHOSEN IN AFRICA Capetown, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

COTJBSE CHOSEN IN AFKICA Capetown, January 11. Captain Malcolm Campbell, the rac ing- motorist, will arrive here early in February, to make an attempt to re capture the world's motor speed record. A saltpan, with a dead level course of twenty miles, called Cerneuk, has been selected 40 miles south .of Keahirdt, oa tho Nor'-Wes-t Cape. The'jrjaii js now covered with small stones, and the sur face is cracked, but farmers have pie pared about 200 yanls, which Captain Campbell's representative tested. The tests were satisfactory.

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GOODWOOD RACES THIS AFTERNOON'S RESULTS DONCASTER HANDICAP WINNERS. Perth, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

GOODWOOD RACES THIS AFTERNOON'S RESULTS DONCASTER HANDICAP WINNERS. Perth, January 12. The following arc the results of the races held at Goodwood this afternoon: HURDLE RACE. Two miles. PRINCE OF SAMOS, 10.5 1 Cassowary, 9.0 ? 2 Boonamunya, 9.0 . . . . t . . . . 3 Scratched: Raymond Terrace, Micro phone, Best Fleece and Girribillie. Betting: 6 to 4 against the winner. Tote: 10/-, 15/-, 74/-- , GOODWOOD PLATE. Six furlongs. THREEANIA, 7.10 ? 1 Grecn Laddie, 6.7 ? 2 Duetto, 7.11 ? 3 Scratched: Prince Nassau. Betting: 5 to 2 against the winner. Tote: 14/-, 48/-, 12/-. GOODWOOD PURSE. (First Division). Six furlongs. t TIMI INIHI, 7.12 ? 1 Crystal Light, 7.0 ? 2 Ayrway, 8.0 ? *3 Scratched: Valfort. Betting: 6 to 1 against the winner. Tote: 26/-, 37/-, 105/-. f GOODWOOD PURSE. . _ . (&econa uivision; -Six furlongs. FAST LADY, 7.2 ? I ? : -' High Fair, 7.9 ? 2 Lucky Days 8.7 ? 3 All started. Betting: 14 to 1 against the winner. Tote: 66/-, 23/-, 24/ DONCASTER HANDICAP (First Divis...

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STRUCK BY FALLING FENCE MOORA BOY INJURED Perth, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

STRUCK BY FALLING FENCE *V . MOOSA BOY INJURED Perth, January 12. Caught by a strong gust of wind last night ,a corrugated iron fence, eight feet high, and 20 feet long, in Man durah-road, South Fremantle, was blown to the ground and crashed on Kenneth Brand (4), of Moora, and in jured his spine. Suffering intense pain, the boy was extricated with difficulty from under the fence and was removed to 20 Wardie-street, South Fremantle, where he is spending a holiday. A doc tor has ordered an X-ray examination.

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AMUSEMENTS. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 12 January 1929

AMUSEMENTS. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. L — 'The Stronger WilL' — Percy Mar mont and Star Cast. 2. — Gazettes, etc 3. — ''The Ten Modern Command ments.' — Esther Ralston and Neil . Hamilton. . DiJae and Arthur in 'Circus Bookies.** . ?- Circus Rookies' will be screened on Monday night at the King's Theatre with all the elephants, tigers, and ~ everything. Karl Dane and George K. Arthur, the comical pair who made - the whole world rock in 'Rookies,1* arc conspicuous in the cast. Louise Lorraine is the dainty leading lady, and Edward Sedgwick, of 'Slide, Kelly, Slide,' directed. - 'Serenade.' Menjou, the irresistible^ ~ar mmwriaa-ry who achieves w.orid fame because of a beautiful girl 's inspiration, and 'who, ^ - when he has reached the top, forgets -- her. But' 'Serenade,' screening on. Monday, proves to be one of those dif ferent pictures. 'The Heart Thief.' A gambler, he loved a peasant girl, yet believing himself to be unworthy - of her, he leaves her. A tremendous :'tory of love, sacr...

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