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

INDIGESTION BETTER., ^jrib there's no reason why ^^?^^Pl you pay for it after- fsHfiH^BHjHjj neutralised so quickly I ^JBmWBP^m that often the first dose ^£^92J3mM will give relief from wM^^BlMsi pain and discomfort Then your stomach —soothed, sweetened' and protected by De Witt's Antacid Powder— will be £ar better able to digest a good square meal. Get a canister from your chemist to-day. Vebtitts m ANTACID POWDER §§| For Indigestion. Add Stomach, fs^S! ' Heartburn. Flatulence and IS^Jg Gastritis. Large canister. 2/6. t^p? ( 0-ooh. thafwas J ' fbrHiedosestshtnfifofyovrJife LIFEBUOY - . Ihe father stays mofct /anger X It's New It's Cheaper It's Better Chapman & Jose's \ LEMON I SQUASH 1 CORDIAL {i ? I I Order a Bottle from your Store TO-MORROW ! . 4 ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY RECRUITS WANTED for N 12 YEARS' SERVICE (Approved ratings will Iwve the opportunity of serving for 22 years with PENSION on completion.) . GOOD PAY, GOOD FOOD, TRAVEL FREE MEDICAL and DENTAL ATTENTION OPPORT...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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PHASES OF THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

PHASES OF THE MOON Last Quarter. February 3rd: New Moon. February 10rh: First Quarter. February ISth : Full Moon. February 25th. ._ ? '

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

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Country Week Cricket Geraldton's First Engagement LUNCH-TIME SCORES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Country Week Cricket Geraidton's First Engagement LUNCH-TIME SCORES Geraldton fulfilled its first engage ment in the Country Week Cricket Car nival when it met Itusselton on the Western' Australian Cricket Associa tion's Ground to-day. Winning the toss the local team batted first and the .scores at the luncheon adjournment were as follows: — GERALDTON I). Donald, l.b.w., b E. House .... 7 F. U. Symons, 1) J. House ? 7 R. Sewell, l.b.w., b J. House .... 5 E. Chamberlain, c Reading, b J. House ? 2 C. Cross, c Tarker, b J. House . . 1 W. Low, c E. House, b J. House 0 It. Keegan, b McGregor ? 38 J. Pickering, c E. House, b McGregor ? 6 V. B. Clune, b Reading ........ 5 T. Pickering, c Parker, b E. House 4 M. Haydock, not out ? 0 Suudries ? 10 Total 65

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American Grain Prices Inside Information Used INQUIRY ORDERED Washington, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

American Grain Prices m ? Inside Information Used i INQUIRY ORDERED ' Washington, Februarv 0. Charges that speculators had used inside information to make tremendous profits in the few days that Govern ment purchases for export had con trolled grain prices have been made by Representative Andreson. Tfae Congressional committee to-day ordered an inquiry into last week's grain slump, which sent prices of corn and wheat nose-diving to the limit within three minutes of the Chicago Board of Trade opening. Blr. Andreson (Republican, Minnes ota) alleges that Government plans to curtail exports leaked out. In Chicago to-day grain made a strong recovery, but the price-break spread suddenly to tbe livestock mar ket. Experts attributed this to last week's grain price sag. Farmers had apparently become jittery over the price drop oud decided to sell their livestock before prices, sank still more.

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Treachery Charges HISTORY FALSIFIED Soviet Accuses America SECRET DOCUMENTS Moscow, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Treachery Charges ♦ ? HISTORY FALSIFIED Soviet Accuses America SECRET DOCUMENTS Moscow. Februarv 10. The Soviet Information Bureau yes terday accused ttie United States of 'treachery.' The Bureau was refer ring to the United States State Depart ment's action in publishing docnments ! on Nazi relations between 1939 and i 1941. In this action, according to the Bur eau, the British- and French Foreign Offices collaborated. The true, purpose of the publication it ^alleged was to 'present a distorted picture of events, heap lies on the Soviet Union, slander It and undermine its international Influence as a staunch fighter against aggressive anti-democratic forces.' Now the Soviet Government felt entitled to make public secret docu ments captured by Soviet troops con cerning relations between Hitler's Ger many and the ether three Governments, which the latter had 'concealed from public opinion.' '

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Palestine Partition Quick Action Necessary INTERNATIONAL FORCE Lake Success, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Palestine Partition Quick Action Necessary INTERNATIONAL FORCE Lake Success. Februarv 10. The Palestine Commission wants the United Nations Security Council to take quick action in Palestine. The Commission decided to-day to inform the Council that there was an Arab attempt to alter by force the United Nation Partition Plan and to ask the Council to determine that a 'threat to, peace' exists. Its report, which is couched in far, stronger terms than was expected, strongly emphasises the need for an j international force if the Partition | Plan is to be implemented.

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Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Headquarters WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Headquarters WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY The following weights have been issued for the meeting of the Western Australian Turf Club to be held on Saturday next: — SPEARWOOD HANDICAP { (For maiden two-year-olds) Five furlongs Jollair - - - - 8 9 Camleur - - 8 3 Satirist ? 8 9 Red Berry -82 D. Stream - S 8 Karenie ? 8 1 San Balkan - 8 7 Koala Bey - 8 1 Wortbinour - 8 7 Frivolous S. S 1 Hinda's Gl. - 8 7 Lunar Light S 1 Canel Prince S ^5 D. Rosalind - 8 0 Essential - - S 5 Ball Dress - 7 13 Dual Legend 8 '» St. Glory - - 7 13 G. Intervener 8 5 Fine Flare - 7 13 Chanting ? 8 4 Miss Celebes 7 13 Miss Pamela S 4 Azothic ? 7 13 Joan's Star - 8 4 Dainty Olive 7 11 Aesthete - - 8 3 Chee Dale - - 7 11 The Wesfner S 3 Pr. Fidelist - 7 11 Boappa ? 8 3 Kearney ? 7 11 Golden Oriel 8 3 Bo Leap - - 7 10 Jesting - - - S 3 Gold Moth - 7 9 Warran ? 8 3 Gay Pierette 7 8 Melter's Gl. - S 3 New Fiddle - 7 7 ENCOURAGE HANDICAP (Trial conditions for three and four year-olds) Seven f...

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Northern District Racing Mingenew-Yandanooka Club DOUBLE TO ROSALLY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Northern District Racing Mingenew-Yandanooka Club * DOUBLE TO ROSALLY The Mingsnew-Yandauooka Amateur Turf . Club conducted another success ful race meeting under favorable weather conditions at Mingenew on Saturday lust, and although the attend ance of district residents was some what disappointing there were present quite a large number of visitors from Geraldton, Mullewa and various cen tres further south uiong the Midland Railway. The finishes in the majority of the events were close and therefore the racing generally was of an interest ing, nature. The chief -race of the pro granune was the third division of the Melara Handicap over a distance of nine furlongs, and this was won by Mayo after an exciting finish with Gay Label. Rosally wen a double, bein« piloted in each instance by H. Mifflin, who was also successful on Loch Cress to gain the riding honors of the day. The following were the results: — MAIDEN HANDICAP Five furlongs Siessrs Ciune & Coffer's Magda lene, 9.1...

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Cannibalism Alleged German's Diabolical Crime SISTER'S GRIM FATE Frankfurt, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Cannibalism Alleged German's Diabolical Crime SISTER'S GRIM FATE Frankfurt, February 10. Police in Chemnitz in the Russian zone alleged that Bernard Oehme (65), admitted killing, cooking and eating his twenty-six-year-old sister (Maria). The official report said that relatives reported Maria missing about the middle of January. At Oebme's house j police found human flesh in pots, j buckets and dishes and Maria's head, | bands and feet in a cellar.

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Ex-Premier in Court Alleged Corruption Charges AN INVOLVED PLEA Hobart, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Ex-Premier in Court Alleged Corruption Charges AN INVOLVED PLEA ; .- s^-Hobart. Februarv 10. In a form$£Typed plea handed in by his couiLsel (-Mr. It. It. Sholl. K.C.) in the Hfibart Criminal Court to-day the l'X-I reinier of Tasmania (Mr. Itohert -\»sgruve» Oenii-d six counis all^in.y: bribvry, six alleging corruption and two alleging conspiracy. A second plea du tuied that, by reason -if the pardou granted by Ihe Crown to James Thomas Sullivan in respect lo all or any offences he may have committed in relation to ihe subject matter of the indictment. Mr. C-k$kiov-- could not be found guilty o£ the counts preferred against him. The Solicitor-General (Mr. Marcus Gibson, K.C.J submitted that rlie defence could not make these two pleas, together. He entered a demurrer on the second plea. Argument, was defer red until the jury was empanelled. When the C«*uri .sat at 10.30 a.m. the Press gallery was crowded. The Courtroom was tilled with-nior*-'tlinh' eigiity jurors. ' ? Mr. .Cosgrove a...

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Fifth Test Match Australia's Innings Victory INDIAN COLLAPSE Melbourne, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Fifth Test Match ? ♦ ? Australia's Innings Victory INDIAN COLLAPSE Melbourne, February 10. Phadkar and Hazare continued bat ting iu India's first innings when the : Fifth Test match was continued on the j Melbourne Cricket Ground this morn- i iujr. Hazare had added only two runs to his overnight tally before he fell a victim to a leg-befure-wicket docisiou from the bowling of Lindwall. Phad kar, however, proceeded to set about the bowling and in a brilliant display made 5fj runs before the innings was closed with liis wicket still standing. India added only 80 run's to their score to-day before the last man was dismissed with the total at 331 runs. Faced with the formidable task of making 224 runs to equal Australia's first innings total of 575 runs, the Indians were forced to follow on, and opened their second innings disastrously wheu their first innings century-maker (Mankad) was caught by , wicket keeper (Tallon) off the bowling of Lindwall without scoring. Sarwate followed his ...

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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES Pepictiug the obstacles which stand lu the way of a newly-wedded couple as they embark on their honeymoon, 'G.I. Iloneynioon' will be s«reeued at the liadio Theatre ti.-uight and a^ain to-iuoiTow night. If is supported bv a highly adventurous and colorful tale as recounted in 'The Wicked I-ady' -sind I several interesting short subjects. The programme for Thursday night is as follows: — (1 (Xewsreel. . CIl — 'Jamboree' (Ittiih Terry. George I'yron and Pan! Harvey ». -3l — 'I{n*n-la 'Starr. lteport-»r' (Serial.) --'») — 'Janie (lets Married' (Joan Les lie. Koberr Huttou. Edward Arn old and Ann Harding). ?*TlM'. Wirkfd Lady' The technical branch of the British motion picture industry has made amazinu strides over the ]-ast year- or two. a fa--T that is definitely emphasised in the production of 'The Wicked I-ady.' which screens to-night and to-morrow night. This highly adven turous and colorful tale of the Restora tion day...

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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD The following are the j*assf?M#'i\s who travelled by the bus of ihe Mhl land Railway Company betweeu I'erili and Geraldton during tlie past three days : — Perth lo -;-.-r;iltlton (Saturday;— \ ile^srs. T. Suiyilw. M. Cassedy, T. Jacks, M. Seans, I». Brockiuau, Stacy. Kleman, M. M*-Glroy, E. Haig, W. AU.-titis. Meivin,. I'erry, A. ^fcGilp, -'. j Mitche]) and -J. .Squire, MejsdaniPs U C'olo. Casas, AV. au-«JIroy. S. Jackson, ' K. Ha ijr., I'erry, -;. Squire and Inglis. Alissen iC. Stevens. -;. Siinford, It. liurpe, G. Armsti'oijg and Master K. (.'lune. Geraldton to Perth (il-;n-lay)- - Messrs. l-\ Gills. K. J. Cripps, A. Cripps. C H. Lister. P. G. Aspland, IC. i Kise, H. 11. Dii)i«-se, W. V. Meehan. V, T. C^me, Ii. lr. Jones. A. E. Jones. T. Hickey, Williams. Perry. Wallace. Has flu aud An^el. Mesdauies K. J. -'ripps. I-:. J. Gray. W. P. Meehan, H. Fiiilay. -'raijr aud Clune. Misses Crai'^, Downes. Tliouiiis, Power. Itatter...

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DISTRICT RACING Meeting at Northampton WEIGHTS DECLARED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

DISTRICT RACING Meeting at Northampton WEIGHTS DECLARED The weigh fs for the February nutt ing of the Northampton Sports Club to be conducted on Saturday. February 21st. have been issued as follows : — - SECOND CLASS HACK RACK Five furlongs *- Id Coast - 10 12 Bional ? :» 10 Coleter ? !- 12 Whyso ? i- -'. | Gold Prince 5*12 Nadia ? '.i ?'- ' WonHieUa - - H TO I THIRD CLASS HACK RACK Fiv«» furlongs Tasntit ? Vt 3 Valencia - - !» 12 Waterloo - 10 0 Royal Cun.je !- -» j FOURTH CLASS HACK RACK I Four furlongs Red Skin - - H» 0 Majestic - - S 12 Melba - - - H» 0 Tamahi- Q. - K 12 Peter ? 10 -» Ifcinjo ? S 12 j V«»deller - - - il 12 Hotubrom - - s 12 j El Arisli ? !♦ 10 Lily Belie - - -S 12 j Bril. Stream I» 7 Narna - - - s '12 ! Wokariua L. !- '- Obanooka - - S 12 ; OPEN HACK RACK j -;ne mile ' 1 Mulgine - - H» 10 Callib*^. ? 1) 12 Solfuriel - - 1O 0 Loch Cress - » 4 Rosally ? 10 0 Bionnl ---??? -? THIRD CLASS HACK RACK j Five-and-a-half furlongs | Tasmit ? 10 'A Royal Cun.je 11 0 Waterl...

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"Freedom of Action" Sydney Judge Attacked BISHOP'S REJOINDER Adelaide, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

'Freedom of Action' Sydney Judge Attacked BISHOP'S REJOINDER Adelaide, February 10. 'When a judge dresses up sin as free dom of action I begin to think he is too far behind the times to be entrusted with a responsible office in the judici ary.' This was stated by the Bishop of 'Adelaide in a recently-published letter attacking Mr. Acting-Justice Berne, of Sydney. He referred to a statement by Justice Berne that, it wns not uncommon in holiday resorts to find respectable .single people of both sexes by them selves in bedrooms- at night without their losing reputation. j . 'Mr- Acting-Justice Berne apparently ? described this kind of behaviour as 'the ! freedom of action that these days is j accorded single persons.' The Bishop j said : — 'This was hardly the time' for j responsible people to give lip-service to anti-social practices.'

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths IN MEMORIAM j ALLEN (Violetta)— A tribute of love I and remembrance of our dear wife and mother, who departed this life on February 10th,' 1947. — Inserted by her husband (Henrv Allen, Bluff Point, Geraldton). ALLEN (Violetta)— Loving memories of our dear Mother and Grandma, wbo left us on February 10th, 1947. — Inserted by her son (George) and Nell a.ud family, Geraldton. ALLEN {Violetta) — In loving memory of our dear Mother and Grandma, who passed away on February 10th, 1947. — Ever remembered by her loving daughter (Clarice), son-in-law (Henry) and grandchildren (Richard, Anne, Geoffrey and Peter). TRURAN (Isabel Margaret)— In lov ing memory of my darling grand child (Isabel Margaret), who passed away on February 11th, 1041. A Passing Ray of Sunshine. Sadly Missed. — Inserted by her loving Nana (A. B. Truran) and Uncle (Bert Smith).

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

INVESTMENT IN SECURITY AMP. SOCIETY breaks all records Policykolders invested in £61,520,554 worth of new A.M.P. Policies last year THE year that .closed on 31st December last saw the Society issue more policies than in any previous yeafir- Observe this record of sums assured under new policies issued: 1943 .. ... r.i.: ... 26,293,330 1944 .. .. .. ,. . 32,710,954 1945 ? . . 38,701,623 1946 .. .. .. .. 68,419,304 1947 . . . . . . . . 01,520,554 The A.M.P. Society is a truly Mutual Society. It belongs to its policyholders absolutely. If you tire not a member, why not become one! Don't dclrry. Slake Kure of membership vrhile yon are in good heal I h. Ask the nearest A-M.P. representative or ofiirr to ndvlse you how best you can use the Society t« tttrenRthcn your own financial- position as well as providiu^ for' your dependants. -AMP. SOCIETY^ '^AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Principal Board: Cecil H. Hoskius, Chairman. ' Sir Frederick H. Tout, Deputy Chairman. J. Hubert Fairfax...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL ? . — w World Day of Prayer — Please note that the Geraldton meeting will be in the Methodist Church on Friday, Feb ruary 13th, at 4 o'clock. This Day of Prayer is . inter-denominational and. international. It is being observed iu fifty countries. The idea is to have a world-encircling chain of prayer on one day in the year when all Christian women unite in witness to the power of the living Christ. Prayer releases the love, the power and the energy of God on the needs of the world. Offerings for the B. and F. B. Society.— Advt. Qearanee Sale at Gutha. — Golds- brough, Mort & Company Limited con ducted a clearing sale at Gutha on Tuesday, February 3rd, on account of Mrs. C. A. Moir. There was a good attendance of buyers from Mullewa, Geraldton, Three Springs and surround ing districts. Bidding was keen through out and very satisfactory prices were obtained. Quotations: — Merino ewes, two, four and six-tooth and full mouth, 41/6; wethers, two and four-tooth,...

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The Geraldton Guardian TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1948 SOVIET PROTESTS DISREGARDED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 February 1948

(Ihc -Sentrdf0it-£uartian TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, TJ4S SOVIET PROTESTS DISREGARDED The Government of the Soviet Union has been busy during tiie past few days, writiug notes of protest to other coun tries — three to the Government of the United States and one to the Persian Government, although all four were concerned with breaches of which Americans are alleged to have been guilty. While any t-ivilised or at least nominally civilised nation which has a grievance against another is quite entitled to enter a protest against the alleged wrong-doer, on each of these four occasions the Russians seem to have such bad cases that their bona tides in lodging the protests may rea sonably bp questioned and she has her self to blame if her motives are doubted. The protests tf?nt direct to Washing ton were: — (1) That the present visits of American wflf^JIns to Italian ports, ' are an infringement of the terms of thp peace treaty with t-|ijly : (2) that the ns^ by the United States Air Force of th...

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