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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

fiAHV-BABF EDYTH STRAW. *™ ACROSS . TO SINGAPORE

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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WISE MEN SAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

WISE 9EN SAY There is only one thin£ vor^o than a 'woman with opinions, and that is a vroman with convictions. A wise man says that man is di vided into two great classes— those who know they are fools, and those cho don't. because a woman shuts her eyes ween she is kissed, it doesn't follow that she dare not meet the kiss tace to face. f A woman is like a hook written in ? at - least a dozen languages, and a | man who can read them all is called j a misogynist. I Married life is a game of questions J and answers ; the wise man asfcs few j questions, and a wiser one gives brief { answers. ? . ' Good folk are seldom as good as , they think themselves, and the wicked j are not half so bad as the good fol'i | think them. | A woman's first duty is never to let j her husband discover Ehe is cleverer | than he is. | Eccentricity is the reason for other people's failings. Temperarccnt, t&e cxcuR' for ours. . Babies and grievances grow \z;;^r j by nursing.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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OLD ORDER CHANGES VANISHING WINDJAMMERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

OLD ORDER CHANGES VANISHING WINDJAM MERS The day of old windjammers, whicti for generations have carried Austra lian wheat to Europe, has now almost passed. Soon, like the aboriginals, they will exist only in song and stor3r and in museums. They are being dri ven off the seas by the relentless pres sure of economies. Take the case or tho Gathpool, one of the best-known sailing vessels on the wheat run. Last year she took 145 days ou the passage, and towards the end was reduced to grinding up a little of her cargo into flour with the ship's coffee mill. The Finnish barque Favell, a fiue vessel of 1334 tons, took 200 days from Gee loug to Falniouth. The ship's running expenses are going on all the time, and ad arrival her owners are con fronted with the problem of discharg ing the cargo, refitting and getting and getting back to Australia before the middle of February, after whieli date they arc liable to have their next year's contracts cancelled. Last year the rates on sailing vesse...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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STARLINGS ON PARADE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

STARLINGS ON PA&ADE ? ? m A sure sign that the -:nd of sunnier is at hand may be seen in the o'y. As ni^ht approaches floe'vs of hires high up in the air, pass swiftiy in a certain direction. They r.re kvoih ;h of starlings making for a chcic-ii rocs ling place. The starling is one of tl:a mor.t so ciable of birds. He hates to be clour. The birger the company the bettor he li cs it. As a rule ths batches whi h cross the sky at cveninc iwm ber from 100 to 500, but as they ne=x their sleeping quarters *^^y arc ;:oia ed by other batches until their num bers are so great as to give therr the appearance of a cloud. This gathering of the clans or.?r.r? when the breeding season i^ ov»r, and when one is fortunate enough to Lc near the roosting ground— usually a small wood or coppice— a wonderful e^cne presents itself. The bircs ti:- not alight on arrival, but circle over head for half an hour or so, until tee whole flock is at home. In the meantime the ever-grooving army, sometimes ...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

LOCAL & GENERAJ,. Geraldton Chamber of Commerce. — According to the secretary's quarterly report, which was read at the meeting of the Geraldton Chamber of Couuuerec on Friday night, the membership of the organisation is now 25, the latest re cruit being Mr. E. C. Clark. Busselton Week. — The various pub lic bodies of Busselton held a meeting recently a.t which it was decided to hold a 'Back to Busselton Week,' m the last week of October. It was sug gested that arrangements should bo j made to celebrate Busselton 's centenarv in 1932. * Channel Tunnel Proposed. — Sir Wil liam Bull, Chairman of the Channel Tunnel Parliamentary Committee, an- j nounced that 67 Peers and 112 Com- * moners definitely favoured the project, 42 Peers and 11 Commoners were op- ' posed to it, and 24 Peers and S6 Com- ' moners were neutral. ! A Cooling Drink. — Conscience will not permit us to say that water is j the best of drinks, but from a good i water bag it is remarkably cooling this I weather. ...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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INTERNATIONAL CRICKET ENGLAND'S TASMANIAN TOUR MODERATE SCORING Launceston, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

INTERNATIONAL CRICKET ENGLAND'S TASMANIAN TOUR MODERATE SCORING Launceston, January 14. The English team commenced its Tas manian tour with' a match against Tas mania at the Launceeton ground. The following are thc scores: — TASMANIA First Innings Atkinson, run out ? 17 Friend, b White ? 19 C. Martin, c and b White . .- ? 14 Davis, b Freeman ? 6 Pallington, b Freeman ? 24 G. Martin, b Larwood ? (. . 92 Newton, c Hammond, b Freeman . . 7 Burrows, c Hammond, b White . . 24 Horton, e Hammond, b Larwood . . 0 Wardlaw, stpd. Ames, b Freeman 8 £r. Henty, not out 1 ? 1 Sundries ? , ? , ? 17 Total ? 229 Bowling: White, 3 for 58; Freeman, 4 for 56; Larwood, 2 for 64. ENGLAND First Innings Jardine, not tut ? 3G Leyiaud, b Wardlaw ? 4 Tyldesley, st. Henty, b Newton . . : Hammond, not out .............. 3i Sundries ? 3 -?' 'Total for two wkts ? 75 , Bowling: Newton, 1 for 17.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

fL. VECCHIA ^rjyt DAY AK» AL.L NIGHT /' ^Y^'i - CHEMIST. J ^W|j^ Country Orders by Betnrn ft. - A ^-^g*^^

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FRENCH POLITICS POINCAIRE'S FIGHTING SPEECH GOVERNMENT'S BIG MAJORITY Paris, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

FRENCH POLITICS POINCAIRE'S FIGHTING SPEECH GOVERNMENT'S BIG MAJORITY Paris, January 13. M. Poincaire, as thc result of two hours fighting speech secured a major ity of 264 for the New Cabinet when the voting took place oft the Govern ment's General policy.

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GOODYEAR'S SMALL AIRSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

GOODYEARfS SMALL AIRSHIP (See letterpress.) ' THE ^DETi-AK' OVEB MEW TOEK.

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THE SALVATION ARMY GENERAL BOOTH ASKED TO RESIGN REPLY EXPECTED TO-DAY London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

THE SALVATION ARMY GENERAL BOOTH ASKED TO RESIGN REPLY EXPECTED TO-DAY London, January 13. The Salvation Army High Council waited on General Booth yesterday. Commissioner Hay made the request that General Booth should resign thu leadership. It is reported that the General in timated he would give hie answer .on Monday. . . ' Should the General refuse the request of the High Council for his retirenieni, a three-fourtJis majority of the -J3 dele gates is required to depose him.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

Of any Branch oP M NATIONAL BANK rl/bu mats ohfatn Copies of 'Us In/oimaih-e Booklets ' ' entitled \ SERVICES & FACILITIES ^ AND ARE YOU GOING ABROAD? These RibjicaUoijs Convey nwch useftii % Information and Indicate the Various w Ways in Which the Dan\ may be helpRjl to you They show that the Bankfe Service covers the Financial side or mmary *. Secondary Production. . Land SetHe ' !? ment.Trade & Commerce. InVefltrwenb. » Loans. Overseas Business & Tourist* Reauireniente COPIES MAY BE OBTAINED AT ANY OF THE BAN1& BRANCHES NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. LTD. CAPITAL PAID UP I RESERVE FUND V^ £5 000 000 I £3 000.000 ~^ ^SV Total Asse s» 31at- March 1928 awfiiA^Jyr

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THE GENERAL'S DECISION "FIGHT TO THE LAST DITCH" London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

THE GEWERAL'S DECISION 'FKjPT TO .THE LAST DITCH' : London. Jauuary 13. The 'Daily He/ald' :-tat«s it, under stands on jvjod authority that General' Booth' intends, to fiaht to the last-ditch again?- any attempt at his deposition. If the High Council acts be will take the matter to the courts. This, it is stated, is the gist of. the decision which the General is deteimlu cd to convey on Monday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

_iPr always ' -:i!31 We have jnstWened a Very 3Oaai ^b^ip Eange of Boxed steionezy, npaci»Uy £&'V. selected to salt all tktes. ?£ -^fj No Better Range in Town. ALL WRITING REQUEUES SH ^5^ 6T0CK. ^0 ^ GERALDTON NEWSPAPERS || LIMITED, GERALDTOS 1 ? -'? .-?-?-^

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ATTEMPTED DOPING A QUEENSLAND INCIDENT Brisbane, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

ATTEMPTED DOPING ? -♦ ? A QUEENSLAND INCIDENT' Bri.-bane, January 13. : After the running of the Purse at Ylbion Park) on Saturday, Reid, 'the trainer .of Hydronite, complained to tic -stewards' that an attempt was made be fore the race to dope the colt, but the attempt was foiled. A- thistle was recovered and subsequently handed to the Stewards. It was stated that it „ ? IIAin,l n nlnir *»/in.tc»inincr n whit,** C.rv staL The stewards will probably have the crystal substance analysed and hold an inquiry into the affair. Reid, in evidence, said he instructed his boy to keep a close watch .on Hyd ronite, as he had a feeling that somv thing was going to happeii. The boy looking after the horse had his suspic ions of a man hanging around the stall, and he walked away so as to decoy the man into .making a move. Imme- diatelyhe left the stall, the man walk ed up to the horse and held out a piece .of thistle to him, but the horse did not have time to grasp it before a friend of Reid grasp...

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The Geraldton Guardian & Express MONDAY, JANUARY 14, 1929. BETTER FARMING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

(Suarfctan & , (Expire* MONDAY, JAXUABY U? 192.0. BETTER FARMINtx Two months ago, those who had been hoping for a record season of wheat production in Western Australia (a category which embraces every pat riotic citizen of Australia) had reluct nnflir *r\ rnaliso that. t.hHr llMieS WM(? unlikely to reach fruition. October's rainfall had been so disappointing that the official estimate of the harvest liad* been reduced from 40 million' to ' 30 million bushels, and even- then there seemed some doubt as to whether the revised estimate would not prove to be over-generous. It is therefore particu larly heartening to learn that further revision has resulted in a prediction that 3(5 million bushels may be expect ed. This estimate, since it is based upon actual harvest figures, is more re liable tban cither those formerly made, and it may be accepted as approximate ly accurate. In this case, despite a season, -which left much to, be desired, the aggregate yield this year will be pr...

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SKIFF CHAMPIONSHIP VERONA'S WIN Perth., January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

SKIFF CHAMPIONSHIP ^ ' vbrona's wnr -:^S£0 In the Skiff Championship wf^Aii^rasg^l lia on Saturday, Verona (WA.),*^*^ Victor II (Queensland) l«y 57 scdo3fe*0,

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TRY OLIVE OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

TRY OLIVE OIL % ? * ? ^ R ad. mark, and learn the following is el1 nt*uses cf olive oil. ! or i bin folk it is the' very best ii^eier. A teaspoonful taken regu !a ly-u'*cr meals ts the commencing do**/ rnd this can gradually be in crrs.se .1 to a tablespoonful. rj his net only makes flesh, but in crca -s M.e growth of hair. Anyone with hair of a 'ginger' colour would gradually get a darker, auburn crop. Olive r il is the best polisher of any furniture, such as occasional tables, with .a 'high' polish. A little ap plied with a warm rag will remove all white msris and stains. Steel fireirons, fenders, etc, in a room rot in consiant use should af ter cl nning, he wiped over with a linen rag fibred in olive oil. Polish the oil off, .-;nd no rust will coino. Patent lt.tber shoes should r.t in tervals le rubbed, v.itb a little --:---* oil v.-prm-Mi. ,\'o cracking U-rn. Firallv i of all indipp^fiop r oli' e --.i' i; easily «hp fir^t. I* o: -. li % :? 'v, ft.* mechanism of the sSy tra h, ar...

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SYDNEY TIMBERMEN DEMAND FOR 44 HOUR WEEK Sydney, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

SYDNEY TIMBERMEN DEMAND FOR 44-HOUR WEEK Sydney, Januarv 1.1. The timber workers employed in the metropolitan area absented themselves from work yesterday. They attended at the Trades Hall, what was officially deseribed as a social. Their failure to attend work on the previous Saturday, resulted in four, hours' pay being de ducted from their wages. The large attendance at the Trades Hall suggest ed that they were determined to adhere to the 44-nours -week. The employers will continue . the policy of deduct ing; wages for the time absent from Work.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

Telegrams and Letters: 'GUARDIAN' Geraldton. Telephone 29 P.O. Box 33 * rHfIilSi| 1 ? ' ? '**&'. .-. ;^^8 I DISTRICT NEWSPAPERMll | PUBLISHED DAILY ^Jll | at c p^a. -G pat S.ateBa^E-^i'^^^a I PREPAID SUBS3IiIPTlbir BftS^^|j|| 1 One year ? — ? ^W^J;||i = N.«i« months - — ; ? £k/VSf- i S^ = ' month? ? »Vs**-^i§^g§i I Three months ? ; ? ^-\^lif|| | If booked 14/- per quarter. ':\--^S^||l| = ???'?»«????? ? ......m.....n..mm. i i Jgg§|l

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SHEARERS' QUARTERS COMPLAINT TO MINISTER IMPROVEMENTS PROMISED. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

SHEARERS' QUARTERS ? «». ? COMPLAINT TO MINISTER IMPROVEMENTS PROMISED. The inadequate accommodation pro vided by some pastoralists in the State for the shearers who are periodically employed by them was the subject of complaints made last week to the Min ister for Works (Mr. A. McCallum) by representatives of the Australian Wor wers' Union. It was stated, that al though some pastoralists treated their suearers well, others Housed the men very badly and failed to keep to the isgulations made under the Shearers' Accommodation Act of 1912. The de putation asked that the Minister intro duce an amending Bill into Parliament 'or that he appoint an independent in spector to tour the pastoral districts and take action against the offending pastoralists. Mr. McCallum was sym pathetic. Mr. A. J. Watts, secretary of the West Australian branch of the Austra lian Workers Union, said that the de putation had approached ? the Minister following a recent resolution by the State executive of the or...

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