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KING AMANULLAH ABDICATES FLIGHT TO KANDAHAR London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

KING AMANULLAH ABDI CATES XXIGHT TO SANDAHAS London, January 14. King Amanullah 's abdication m favour of his brother has been authori tatively confirmed in London.' It is stated he proceeded to Kandahar by air.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian And Express
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DESPICABLE THEFTS CHURCH BOXES RIFLED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

DESPICABLE THEFTS CHUBCH BOXES BIFLED Frequent robberies from the collec tion boxes of churches were admitted by John James Biordan (37), laborer, in the Perth Court on Saturday. He was charged before Mr. H. D. Moselcy, P.Ms, with having on various dates, stolen 2d., the property of Brother Ga briel, at North Perth; 7/- the property of the Vincent de Paul Society at the same place, and 15/- at West Perth, the property of the same society. He pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to imprisonment for one month on each charge, the sentences being made cum ulative. Detective Flanagan said that in re sponse to numerous complaints he tvent to St. Brigid's Church in North Perth on January 11 about 6 p.m. In the building he found accused. A search showed that he was in possession of several marked coins which had pre viously been placed in the collection In a statement accused said that he arrived in Perth in November with £85 which he had earned at Forrcstania. He started drinking, and had gon...

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RESERVE YOUR SEAT EARLY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

RESERVE YOUR SEAT EARLY Patrons are reminded that in fut ure Seats will not be reserved af ter 7.30 p.m. Box Plans are on view at Uren 's and patrons are re quested to reserve early to avoid disappointment. Patrons holding permanent s=oats must collect same before 7.45 p.m. otherwise they will be sold. This also applies to all phone bookings.

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BOXING DEMPSEY'S FINAL APPEARANCE ARRANGED FOR SEPTEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

BOXING D£MPSEYfS FINAL APPEAR ANCE ARRANGED TOE SEPTEMBER Jack Dempsey's friends claim that lit? is preparing for his last fight next September, ten years from the time he won from Jess Willard. Tlie present plans provide that the winner of the Stribling-Sharkey match will meet the winner of the second ^li* niinating bout in June between Pao liuo Uzcudun and Tom Heeney Stripling- is being touted as having excellent chances to emerge at the top of the '.'Jieap/' J ;

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WORLD'S WHEAT HARVESTS ENGLAND DECREASED PRODUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

WORLD'S WHEAT HAR VESTS . . : » ErTGLAgD'S.PEOBF.ASrTD FSODUC inxtjx The United States Department of Agriculture has estimated the world's wheat crop for 1928, excluding Bussia and China, to be about 3,700,000,000 bnshels-^an increase on the preceding year's total of about 100,000,000 bush els. . The Russian crop is expected to be larger than in 1927, but it is not considered that it will be sufficient for home consumption. It does not appear to pay to grow corn under existing conditions' in Eng land, for the area under cereals .has decreased by 458,000 acres, wheat be ing the principal sufferer with 226,000 acres less than the preceding year. On the other hand, the area utilised for pasture is the largest since 1911.

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PERTH WOOL SALES PRICES WELL MAINTAINED STRONG COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

PERTH WOOL SALES PRICES WELL MAINTAINED STRONG COMPETTHOil The fourth wool sale of the season was held to-day at the, Wool Exchange, Wiiliain-strect. Perth, when 'the asso ciated brokers offered 25,0mU bales.' Tba oitcring included clips from practical!* cvvry district in the State, although Great t?outhern and agricultural ^ wools naturally predominated. Goldsbrough^Mort and Co., Gerald ton. received a telegram from the)'* Perth office to-day, stating that 'compe- tition, was strong and general. Best fleece w.ools were unchanged, and ord inary fleece, skirtings and lambs show ed a higher tendency. Good cleat-' anccs were effected. Dalgety and Co. received advice from' their Perth office that there was a1 full attendance .of buyers and animated com petition. The bulk of the offering was more suitable for Bradford. Contin ental buyers were keen in all suitable lines, and Yorkshire orders were more extensive. Prices generally were quit-: firm on December rates. Succeeding Sales The fi...

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AN AMERICAN WEDDING LAVISH EXPENDITURE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

AN AMERICAN WEDDING IiAVXSH EXPENDITURE The daughter of an American indus trial magnate and the nephew of the King of Sweden were united at New York (U.S.A.) in the wedding of Miss Estelle Manville and Count Folde Ber nadotte at the Episcopal Church of St. John. Prince Gustavus Adolphus, heir to the thone of Sweden, was best man. It is estimated that the wedding, at which there were 250 guests, cost at least £150,000.

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AIR MAIL RECORD NEARLY THREE MILES A MINUTE Chicago, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

AIR MAIL RECORD NEARLY THREE MILES A MINUTE Chicago, January 15. In the aerial mail service between. St. Paul and Milwaukee, Pilot Homer Cole created a new aerial mail record by cov ering the distance (350 miles) in two ?hours eight minutes .averaging nearly three miles a minute.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

The Harbour Works. — A notice posted at the Harbour Works intimates that there are no vacancies on the Job, so evidently there is no present intention of increasing the number of hands. ? Shipping Movements. — The following vessels were within range of the Gerald ton radio station to-day;— Orama, Mool tan, Banbryn, Alnmoor, Baron Graham, Arracan, KXagsborough, Pcrhawur, j^-- lcnbc, Taiwan. AUeged Theft of Motor Accessories. — Yesterday afternoon John Richard Phi lips, motor mechanic, ISSibawa. appeared -n the Police Court, and was remanded for eight days on a charge alleging that on January 2 he stole from Cecil Jame? ^.lidwintcr, of Geraldton, a battery nablcand clip, and a lock for a motor vehicle. Weather Forecast. — Cooler tenwer» lures over west 'and south-west coastal areas and- moderate to wa,rm over south ?urn affrieultural districts 'and south CooJ .£a.rdic fields, with south-west to south cast winds: still hot in the tropics and goldfields. Ocean.-— Strong soutiieriies off...

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AFTER RECORDS SMASHES IN MOTOR RACE FAMOUS DRIVER KILLED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

AFTER RECORDS SMASHES IN MOTOR KACL FAMOUS DEIVEB KELLEDf At the Eockingham Speedway, U.S.A. | on October 13, last an extraordinary scr- j ies of crashes occurred during the an- } annual 200 miles race, in which me well | known American driver Fred Comer lost j his life. { From the very start of the event it j was seen that moat of the drivers j were out after record's, so not was the j pace they set, but almost sit once a S gloom was cast over the proceedings, 1 when Comer entering the home stretch | after the first few laps was seen to ; wobble, and his front wheel unvc filler J slide down the banking and turn over i twice, the car finishing with its iv!iee?.s j in the air. The unlucky driver was kill j ed almost instantly. ? Spectacular SmjsL-. ? Soon after this accident Gloason, m a \ Miller bearing the name State Insur- 1 ante Special, tuddenly spun off the j track on his 45th lap and struck the j iron guard-rail, which! threw his car in to the air and to the inside of the trac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

Polo. — A good polo player can do little without a good pony and a good club. The first is his own concern, the second can be assured by buying the stick at Guscott's Sports Depot. Cigar shaped and square heads all one price, 16/6.— Advt.

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The Geraldton Guardian & Express TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1929 WAS AND POISON GAS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

!$\%£ (gernlbum TUESDAY, JAKUAEY 15, 7.929 WAS AND POISON GAS An international conference on mod- ( em nictfcoas of warfare was convened by the International Women's League for Peace and Liberty, and fait\at Frankfort. This conference gave- spee^ ial attention to the use of poisoiT^gas in warfare, and was addressed by many j international scientists and military ex perts. Professor Lewin . (Berlin) and Captain Brunsky (Sweden (Berlin) and responsible xor an address condemning the use of poison gas - unreservedly. The former described it as a cowardly and criminal attack, so repugnant as to be a crime against humanity. Captain Brunsky pointed out that there could be no protection against attacks with gas, because aeroplanes carrying gas bombs could rapidly penetrate an in vaded country and. do their, work be fore they could be driven off. None may doubt ,the accuracy or the justice of these conclusions and des criptions. The usefulness of debating the ethical side of the use of poiso...

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KEEPING FOOD COOL IMPROVED COOLGARDIES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

KEEPING FOOD COOL IMPBOVED COOIiGABDIES The new cool saieei .show a marked practical improvement on the well known Coolgardie. They keep all food fresh and wholesome without ice, and are rust proof, fly proof, mouse proof and ant proof. Ono very useful model has a large galvanised iron water tank built in the top, through which runs a circular fly proof air vent with co'wl top. This ensures a forced upward draught which carries off all warm, stale air, the effcet of the cowl preventing any back draught of outside hot air blowing in, thus providing a continuous circulation of, fresh, cool air through the safe. The tank provides accommodation for bot tled drinks, as they can be placed in the water and are thus kept refreshing ly cool. The frame is made of hessian, and there is no drip, as the upper portion | of the safe stands on a galvanised iron water tray, into which the unevapor ated water drips, and can be drained | off through the small outlet pipe when I necessary. One shelf is...

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GERALDTON WEEK EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE DISCUSS ARRANGEMENTS A FULL WEEK'S PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

GERALDTON WEEK r '???'- EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE DISCUSS ARRANGE MENTS A FULL WEEK'S PBOGB&MME That the Geraldton Week . celebra tions will include a full and varied programme. of sports, recreations and social engagements was made abun dantly manifest, at the meeting of the Executive Committee hold last night, at which there was a foil attendance^ in cluding the Mayor and Mayoress (Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Sewell). Cr. C. T. Davis presided. ? ? It was reported that' the arrange ments for the big sports gathering on the Thursday were well in hand though i the chairman of the Sports Committee } (Mr. ? JL Trascott) reported that it had been- -found necessary ? to delete the championship event owing to the lack - of sentries. It was explained that many ? pedestrians, who, it was hoped would compete, were unable to secure the ne cessary time to enable them to make the journey, whilst another sports gath ering nearer the city about the same date was a big counter attraction to them. The Spo...

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A CONVICT STORY OF DARTMORE PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

A CONVICT STORY OF DART MORE PRISON. ? ♦ ? As may be imagined many attempts '?at escape from Dartmoor prison La ?z tteen made. I remember one especial ly daring, which was nearly success ful. A prisoner succeeded in creap ting along one of the beams sustain ing the roof of the hall in which the warders were eating their supper, without attracting their attention. , He got thence ov^r the wall, and next broke into the doctor's house. ?There he possessed himself of a suit of clothes and left his convict suit behind. Next he entered the doctor'e stable and took his horse out. But ?he was unable to enter the harness room owing to the strength of the rlock, and so was obliged to escape, irfding the horse ^deed, but without i saddle, and directing it not with a 'bridle, but with a halter. He rode along at a swinging pace till he reached a spot where there is a desp ascent, and then be necessarily slack ened his pace. ®To his great annoyance, as he pass ed the Saracen's Head, a man em erge...

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GERALDTON WEEK THE PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

GERMJBTON WEEK THE PBOGRAMME Th& programme for Geraldton Week commencing on Saturday, January 2G. is as follows: — Saturday, January 26 (unofficial)— Morning.— Continuation of Bowling Tournament; Beach Attractions for ^ternoan.-Hrst day of Victoria District Turf Club's Annual Cup meet „ Evening.— Kit Burnie v. Les. Bowtell for the Heavyweight Championship of -?. W.A. aSunday, January 27 (unofficial) — '« Morning and Afternoon.— Beach At \ctions; Rowing, Yachting anaowm g Bacos. -rfteraoon.— Beach Attractions: Kow IWyachtjug and Swimming races. yening— Open-air Concert on t* lanade. ^Jday, January 28 (Official Opening forning. — Continuation of Bowling irnament; Opening jof Open Tennis krnament, including Victoria District Juapionships; rowing regatta; yacht Jfe^accs; swimming carnival;' child o%we*» beach sports. The Mayor will declare 'Week' open at Tennis Tour rnament and Swimming Carnival. fx /Afternoon.— Second day of Victoria fainy^ ^wf Club's Annual Cup meet his deai-i...

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GERALDTON YACHTING A WIN FOR GAIETY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

GERALDTON YACHTING A WIN FOB GAIETY Gaiety carried off Bell and Co's. trophy in the handicap race held on Sun day, defeating OoRe by the narrow margin of 23 seconds. Salome was placed third, forty nine seconds later, lone being 25 seconds further off. Quest was the only other boat to complete the course, Eowona carrying away her mast and Bitza cap.izing in the final round.

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MAIL TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

MAIL TIME TABLE ? — Malls close at Geraldton rosfc Office for the undermentioned places es fol ??ws: — Perth. Lines. Perth, Fremantle mid intermediate places, via itidl iratr— Mondaj s, 4 am.; p.m.; Thursdays 4 'tgBL ' Perth, via Wongon llilU.- -Mondays, S ajn. One Line. One and intermediate places.— Mon- days, 8 ajn. Coe, Meekatharra and intermediate places. — Tuesdays and Fridays, 9.30 jum. Yalgoo and intermediate place*— Wednesday and Saturday, 8 ajn. Mnllewa, Talgoo and Wongan Line — Thursdays, 8 ajn. Northampton Une. * .Northampton and intermediate plac es. — Mondays and Thursdays, 9 ajn. Northampton, Ajana and intermed iate places. — Tuesdays and Fridays, 10 ?win.

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WISE AND OTHERWISE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

WISE AND OTHERWISE » The secret of success is still a secret. Hubby— People are saying that you married me for my money. Wifey— well, I had to give them sor-? reason. Wilson— 'What did that pretty shop? girl say when you stole a kiss ? Johnson— She* said, 'Will that be all to-day* ? . j

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SHEFFIELD SHIELD S.A. v. N.S.W. AN INTERESTING STAGE Adelaide, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

SHEFFIELD SHIELD S.A. v, NSW i AN HSreBBESTESi-S STAGE Adelaide, January 15. The Sheffield Shield match between South Australia and New bouth Wales was continued ob the Adelaide Oval to day. Scores: — NEW SOUTH WALES.. First Innings. D. Braduiau, c Grimmett, b Wall . .5 A. Jackson, b Grimmett ? ^ T. J. Andrews, b Wall ? -, «52 A. Kippax, Ibw, b McKay ? : . . lOf D Seddon, c Alexander, b Carlton S C Andrews. Ibw, b Grimmett .... 1 A. Fairfax, c Hone, b Grimmett . . 36 W .A. Oldficlu, c Pcfoew, b Qirlton JW B. Cooper, b Carlton ? 9 C. *N*icholls, b Carlton ? ? .5 W. Morris not out ? ' 2 Sundries ? ? ? ' Total ..' ? ,.». 402 Bowling: Wall 2 for 92; Carlton *4 for 95; Grimmett, 3 for 128; Williams, nil for 43; McKay 1 for 20; Pellew nil for 15. Second Innings. Bradman, b Wall ? 2 Andrews, c Richardson, b Wall .... 7 Kippax, b Wall ? .--? ? Jackson, e GrimmerVJj Carllam ... 90 Fairfax, c and b Grimmett /iV. . . «V -2Q Seddon, b Grimmett ? O C. Andrews not out ? 40 Oldfield not out ? -.-?...

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