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MR. JUSTICE HIGGINS [?] PARALYTIC STROKE Melbourne. January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

Br. justice higgins ^?AL PARALYTIC STROKE ^^^H Mnlhoiirne. January 14. __PH^ Justice Henry Bourne Higgins, ^?^ the Commonwealth High Court HTench, died suddenly at his home at K-romana last night, as e result of a ?Daralytic stroke. He had been in _____J good health for some time before ^^^Hbth, and had been on holiday. ^^^^Hp born in Ireland, the son of ^^^^^^K John Higgins, and Anne, ^^^^^Bk£Henry Bournes of Coun _________fie was educated at St. ^^^^^^^^^Bbn (Dublin), and Newry, ^^PV^^Hv degrees of JLA., and HffiiB^HWHeUniversity of Melbourne. W He reached Victoria in 1870, and was fwas the University of Melbourne from I 1871 to 1875. At the University, he I gained several exhibitions and first-class honours, scholarships in classics, history [ and political economy, and Shakespe arean studies. He was called to the Victorian Bar in 1876 and to the In ner Temple, London, in 1886. He was a member of the Equity Bar of Vic toria from»1881, and a member of the Council of the Melbourne ...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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AMUSEMENTS. TO-NIGHT'S COMEDY SPECIAL— [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

AMUSEMENTS. ? V - . ---v TO-NIGHT'S COMEDY SFECIAI*— ',; ^ L ' Serenade » Jj— Aaolphe.Menjott .; ^sg| 2. Gazettes -?? -. ??-. V™S^ 3. JNcw Zealand Series ?'?' 'i:';if|f 4. 'Circus Rookies — Karl Dane '«iHl.;'-V\r^?| George E. Arthur in «««?{*»?»»? odmP ??--53jg| ? cdyriot.. .. -t?)5l Colleen Moore says it? s 'Oh Say.'* - '':'^\M Can you imagine the cpiupliratloss J 5? that would result when an attwft^.J'^ girl sails from England to America |^i| with nothing but a bathing suit &r» rS travelling wardrobe! Such is one «£ -^ the humorous situations in Colleen ft Moore's **Oh Kay!' screening y'm^rM Tuesday only. Miss Moore enacts tho^ V^i role of an independent young ISHgliSV:*^ girL who leaves England and an annoy^ V .Hi ing suitor while clad in a bathing en»^Sv^ tame. Lawrence Gray plays 'jywgte ? ? ' : A'5 Colleen in this decidedly fmmr -% comedy. ?- '.' ';f 'The Heart THief.' ^ How a poor peasant girl nses into. '% the ranks of the nobility of Hnngjay ;; is graphically featur...

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THE STEPHONS-REID BOUT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

'THE STEPHONS-BEID BOOT^:^^H The match- between Stephons amAjJJ;; Beid for the Welterweight .Chanqaim-ftgO; :hip of the Victoria ^District, which '*jffl.-^g take place in the Cathedral Hall «t§^ January 26, is arousing a good deal ofjr-; interest, as the winner's next raissHwK: will be the State Welterweight -%aat-' -/ pionship. Five weeks ago Stenhoas ad ministered the knock-out to King in the * fourth round of their fight writ lmauKjr .competent judges think .Stcphnos hss the ability to go further. Rci£ stowed cleverness when he'saefc Abbott, and in the opinion of many - people he would have beaten JUbbojft in a few more rounds if he haiiwtf^ been disqualified for an unintentaOBal blow. ? The preliminary bout between SEraa-^, icr and - llogan should be interest&ag. -~ They have met twice before, victory-., going on each occasion - to Mjwom but Hogan is anxious for another go at his opponent.

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BOXING HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP BIG ATTRACTION FOR GERALDTON WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

BOXING HEAVYWEIGHT CHAliiig J| PIONSHIP t;8 BIG ATTRACTION FOR GEBXMSD^ ^^ TON WEEK ; : '^ -The Geraldton Week Committee a»r- : 'Q nouncc that matters have at last been. :,/.;/ finalised for tho heavyweight battle :-V:g which will open the Geraldton Weelt /; ''1p celebrations. Negotiations have bi»;^ proceeding for some time, but Bowtdt^?^ has at last been satisfied with the terms' ~Jg^ of the contract. His opponent, Kit - ^j^g Burnic has been a. fistic meteor, all kiss ' '^^ opponents to date having been laiDi*r- £ j. :0$M ed out under six rounds,' e\.«5iiiHg-?||i!5TS~(p George Singleton. Bowtell has beea ':-ii%M guaranteed a record retainer to ;*»sk;':; i^^g his title, whilst Burnie is -forfcStiiig ?Y-.^$im every financial gain to annex it. ^Su^S-- :^^ fight, which promises to be ttie iaa^/jr'S^M sensational contest yet staged in ,-Ser- -:/v4p|| aldton, will be held in the To«m flaJlr -^ ;i0^m on Saturday, January 26 (first race lief||| night), and the committee arc jnakaBg^.V^gS ...

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REASSURING BULLETIN SLOWLY IMPROVING London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

REASSURING BULLETIN |r SLOWLY IMPBOVIN& [ '; London, January 13. I It is officially stated . this evening ? that the King passed a quiet and un Icvcn^pul day, and is slowly in»provin-r.

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[?] KING'S ILLNESS HER RESTFUL NIGHT CONDITION UNCHANGED. London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

K KING'S ILLNESS ^KlER RESTFUL NIGHT London, January 13. I The King had a restful night, and fca condition is unchanged.

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BRER RABBIT. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

*m*$mm Sometimes as yon ^uk^^^H the country, ydtt Will 1&*-^^^^H hollow vtnud which ^'n^^^^H noise ma£e 'by - straSng Qfe^^H with a heavy stick- ,. ^j^^^H The sound is made liy a.tiilow^^^H the earto, but no eacc ^svn§|^^^H irodLce it. It comes, in.£ad£^|^^H the powerful hind leg *t^wc?*|§g^H ore cf tbe v.-ise old bndrg life-ja||i||^J cl or heard you, and lie *^°^^^H tie 'take cover' to the ^_|l^e|| cclony. .« 13M The rabbit is such a defendaesJM cr at ire and such a tootfesoine^^^^H rcl t^-at he has to be Toy madf^^^H t'-.c &lcrt if he wishes to m-toM. ^bmgBB a ^ iaicnt death. His foes attsi*£*Bn-^jl ! o -v, hawis, crows, owie mi laeB^rJ ! !?? nt bra untiringly from Ofe Safja,. 11 Pro* ably not one rabbit in m. *^B&jM r.-il -:ics a natural death. Jk^s %B§gff| a3 veil vthat this is ».- tor fe «4S|pl :\± years or so that, haxxmg *be*s3 :.nts, would be her monnal cpan;?»g|| 3 nc c fioe rabbit woolA fcrjng-inft&i^l t' e vrorld about . 389 yMnghlrJagCsjJ ...

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ONLY TWENTY-ONE FULHAM COUNCIL'S LADY MEMBER ADVOCATE OF CHILDREN'S PLAY GROUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

ONLY TWENTY-ONE FULHAM COUNCIL'S LADY MEMBER ADVOCATE OF CHILDREN'S PLAY GBOUNDS Fulham municipal council in London has now a woman council member who is but twenty-one years of age. Her name is Gladys Waldron, .and her father is this year mayor of Fulham. She is described by a recent inter viewer as 'very pretty bright-eyed and vivacious, wtith a beautiful pink and white complexion that only an open-air life can give.' She engages in all the sports of youth — swimming, tennis, lacrosse, but more especially she enjoys hunting. She intended through her school career to become a barrister, and grasped every oppor tunity of debating and speaking; later she gained experience in public speak ing, and her proficiency in this regard was one of the reasons war she was asked to stand for the council. She accepted because of her great interest in public life, wihich always has seem ed to her to give exceptional oppor tunities of workla:* fj: the benefit of those not so fortunately situated in...

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BRIDE'S SIXTY YEARS WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

- BRIDE'S SIXTY tEAR^ ii«inte — : — * ? . -S-i% A rich spinster,* aged mghiw3iu&% named Mile. Gobejt, the ytuigjeUesg^ of several ' farms at ' Harljr^m^^me^ Canton of Fcibourg. Switaerfaaife^^g had her trousseau ready - for berlS^gg riage for the last eix^ years.-* -fe,^ Mile. Gobet's fiance left for««aaa:| on a short business visit .when^TBhe;4 was twenty years old. KaSief isSe^ nor his parents - heard fxxHtk- 'tlni ij again. He disappeared conullet^^!: and police inguiries in Canada ttiaeS.^ to trace him. . .? :f^g$ But Mile. Gobet, who, feas~-sefo&el£i many offers of marriage, is etHnfne^ ed that one day he will cetmn:a^^ marry her. Every 'year jsheiaddViS! little to her troUEsean,jinbich40ir^ fiUsa lazse room. -^Cv'?4J|=

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

WELUKA DISTRICT The following report on activities in the Wiluna district was made avail able by the Minister for Mines recent ly:— The mining registrar at Wilnna re ports that development and construc tion work on the Wiluna mines con tinues to be satisfactory. The com pany has completed 4,000 feet of de velopment work during the year 1928, in preparation for ore extraction ra ther than the exploration of the exten sion, of the ore bodies. The fivecom partment shaft on lease 6J has now reached a depth of 200ft. Preparations are being made by the company for an active development and construction campaign for 1929. Electricity is to be used fairly extensively, and a 4,000 to 5,000 horse power plant is to be in stalled and electric winding engines are to be used for -hauling. No change is contemplated in the method of treatment (flotation and roasting of concentrates). The wrench family is large and varied, pipe wrenches alone ranging in length from 6 to 48 inches and in weight from ...

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

SmmQ coil fence W/^//W- The Only Fence that Eftectiodg H&b ^^kt^Miflli Crossbred Sheep. — 'Strain it T«rt.* J;, ftSHreiiiflta OXLONE SPRmG TOIL of five lines with a barb wire - ysStSESujMm *dded (as illustration) is the Perfect Sheep Fence; JiA^O^A WSEBNBSE&unjf. sheep and dog proof and there are no projectiqg poiota ?~*^-i'§ BtffBjBSSEtSfflm t» tear the wool or injure stock. Other fae%his am :.?F .-fy H«KH|^| made up to 12 lines (58 inches bigh). '- . -J^'-'^M i&MS*^§&% Oyolon* Sprlne Coll Fence Is Cheaper, MHaitor^i ^^T^ ^3» Mil*, than * Fence of Ordinary Plain HfflnMbgg H^j^. \ Tht fence is made of galvanised metal thronghontaul -i|-| mxsSSi, h ?applied in rolls of 5 chains ready for erection.^ Tlie* ' f:-^ ?wHBaKaBy^ I »»lci^lr' in rtig tip mm absoin triy prem^it^ ^^^^Kpgwj ?? '-^ ^O^i^^,\J ?akes the fence an elastic web that never seta ate|E..v H| ffigSlBsBaguF ^% Write No»r for the CyeloneMetal ^ ^ yf ^ME^^KjSC* G«to and Pence Catalosne to _ ^rr...

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MINING SOUTHERN CROSS FIND. Southern Cross, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

MINING SOUTHERN CROSS FIND. Southern Cross. Jan. 12. At Tuckcy and Penglasa' find Mr. H. P. Eockett, Inspector . of Mines, viewed the discovery to-day, and was much impressed ?with the amount of free gold in the quartz he saw broken at a depth of 8ft, from where the reef was first struck. The prospectors have bagged about J of a ton of rich iron stone quartz, and have a paddock of good crushing dirt. They nave 'start- ed a new shaft to cut the reef about 50ft. further north. - The ground -was formerly known as Eureka, and not Exeelsior, as previously stated. A trial crushing is being sent to the Cofllgardie State battery.

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

FORDSON! TRACTOR OWNERS -_ Tim Beach WATtauoon Blagneto'mafcetii woockrful io$SMf fi fill W thtFlTMttn— -TffT«'M«iiiiiiwlily«lwlfiMMiiiwipMi ' \JG\ Vy-'*** 1 * — r~~ fad—mates extra man nniwrmwy ? » ?tiiusff0* ~~ ^?nForfBoobmBljEbshdtwgdfc % * ? &Zpzy S£ND pan fitvr rkiCffUt** ' - ? M. J. BATEMAW LTD* 1 '.*? OFnOAL 8OSCH SEBVICE STAT1OW ^ ftflLUCAlTOTt; WtKt* |J For FARMERS £ | W% WT* ^T^ ' ' BIGGER L0AEr CARRIERS. 4fc^ IkiiF ^^ LOWER COSTS The most profitable Truck for Wheat Carrying or Gen eral Transportation. r Six-cylinder, 7-bcaring cranknhaft, pressure fed lubrication, specially strengthened chassis, 4 wheel intern i:!2». a* hydraulic brakes, Myers Magazine lubricators, Heavy Duty tyres, Artillery type wheels EVEKY IMPEOVEMENT HAS BEEN EMBODIED IN EEO. i-ton, 1-ton, 1 £-ton, 2-ton, 3-ton, and ' two special Bus chassis. ALL CAEEY TWELVE MONTHS' GTJAEANTEE. Chassis Prices from £298 Any Trial. Terms Can Be Arranged. BE IN THE VAN OF.PKOGRESS ! ! JOIN THE LAEGE NUMBER OF S...

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PRODUCTS OF ESPERANCE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

PRODUCTS OF ESPERAHCE Samples of two \iirictios. of oats', subterranean clover, Phalaris bulbosa and Westcrnwoltus rye grass grown by Mr. J. K. Dixon on scrub plain nine miles north of Esperancc. _ Some idea of the growth may be gained by the fact that the taller sheaf of bats is just under four feet high! The runners of the subterranean clove* are three feet long. Superphosphate was applied iat the rate of 1201b. to rhe acre. (Blocks by courtesy of 'The West Australian.'')

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BOXING CUNNINGHAM V. SILVEST [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

BOXING CUNNINGHAM V. SHATEST Silvest is due to arrive in Geraldton to-morrow morning to finish off his I training. Cunningham is showing j great form in his work. Mr. O'Connor I has secured Cunningham a position in Sydney. Die will leave early in Feb ruary and will be placed in the hands of that well known trainer 'Slam' jSullivan. ... ,..,.. . E .

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HEAT WAVE 108 DEGREES YESTERDAY TO-DAY'S HIGHEST—98. DEGREES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

HEAT WAVE 108 DEGREES YESTERDAY TODAY'S HIGHEST— 98 . DEGEEES The shade temperature in Geraldton yesterday reached 108 degrees (at 3 p.m.) — a record for this summer. Tie morning opened decidedly hot, the shade readings being 88 degrees at 8 o'clock, and 93 degrees an hour Later, but the atmosphere was dry and the heat was, therefore, much more bearable than would have been similar temperatures at such places as Perth. The unusual tem perature in Geraldton followed extreme ly high readings in the shade at inlan-? centres on. Friday, Cue and Yalgoo re gistering 112 degrees, and Meekatharra 111. This morning the heat in Geraldton was again intense, the shade reading be ing 93 degree* at 8 o'clock and 97 de grees at 9 o'clock. The mercury rose t,o 08 at noon,e but thereafter, under the influence of a cooling breeze, it declin ed slowly ... Previous high readings during the present summer were as follow: — Oct- ober 26, 80.4 degrees; November 9, 100.6; November IS, US; November 19, 100....

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THE MUKDEN COUP LIANG'S POWER STRENGTHENED JEALOUSY THE MOTIVE Peking. January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

THE MUKDEN COUP m LIANG'S POWER STRENGTHENED JEALOUSY THE MOTIVE ' Peking, January 13. There is much speculation in 'Peking over the recent developments at Muk den, culminating in the arrest and summary execution of General Yang Y-u Ting, formerly Chang Tso Lin's chief adviser, who was regarded as .the brains of the Mukden party. One of the ablest Chinese leader's official : explanation that Yang was working against unification with Nan king is felt here as being unconvincing, in view of his well known progressive tendencies. It is believed that the real reason for this drastic step is more likely to be found in the personal jealousy of some of the older generals, to whom Yang's name has long been anathema. Well informed quarters here arc dis posed to discount the possibility of serious Tepercussions, expressing the opinion that Chang Sueh Liang's hold on the Manchurian Administration is now considerably strengthened. (For other messages see Page 1.)

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IRRIGATION SCHEMES GREAT EXPANSION IN VICTORIA HALF A MILLION ACRES WATERED. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

IRRIGATION SCHEMES GREAT EXPANSION IN VICTORIA ttat.p A MILLION ACBES WATERED. /There was a further substanial ex tension in the area under irrigation in Victoria last year. According to the returns obtained by the Water Com mission it would appear that over 477,000 acres were watered, this being an increase of 71,000 acres over the previous year, and fully 100,000 acres above the average for the last five vears. While it is too early to say what the result of the current year will be, it is certainly opening' up well from an irrigation point of view, there being already something like 200,000 acre-feet of water supplied, and the demand seems to be increas ing. Fortunately, the commission has got the Goulburn storages, consisting of the Sugarloaf reservoir, Waranga Basin and Goulburn weir, practically full, there being over 600,000 acre-feet of water stored. The Kew Swamp basin, which is of such vast importance to the Kerang centre, will be filled, while the Kerang Lakes arc in a mo...

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MODERN MELBOURNE SOME OF ITS NEW BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

MODERN MELBOURNE ? ♦ SOME OF ITS NEW BUILDINGS 1 The financial depression of the pasr year made itself ielt markedly among the general activities of the people in ?builuing (says the Melbourne 'Age.- .of December 27). Such depression hat been expressed chiefly by the slacken ing of building operations in the sub urds. Prom the architectural stand point this slackening is not. altogether a. matter of regret to the Melbourne mau who has a pride in his city and its sub orbs. Too many tawdry little houses — cheap in appearance rather than, in price — were being set up. Happily ths demand tpr houses appears to have been overtaken. The suburban building trade will undoubtedly be more prosperout uhen the effects of a reasonably goo-l .jLUion arc felt in the coming year. Jx .shoulu be healthier than in the booni time; demand should be for a sounder, uner, simpler type of house than the extravagant little structures which :i generation hence will be laughed at a« an example of our bad taste ...

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MEN WHO OWN ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 14 January 1929

MEH WHO OWN ISLANDS. Recently there passed through Lon don on his way to San Francisco and the Pacific perhaps the luckiest and certainly the loneliest white man in the world— lucky because he has found something closely akin to peace and contentment ; lonely because — well. who woman t oe loneiy in a nome j that is situated a thousand, miles from the nearest chunk of land of any inirortance, and more than three times that distance 'from either of the Eve continents ? Bat the loneliness of the loneliest vrhit? man is purely geographical. He was far lonlier in spirit, he assured me, in London than he has ever been on the little coral island in the far South Seas to which he is now re turning. Who is this man ? His name is Ernest Davies, and he hails from Bristol, although he has spent most of his life in travel and adventure, and is trying to find a real baven of rest, far away fro'm the bustle and noise of civilisation. - That there are many people who share the same sentiments in r...

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