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Exodus of Yugoslavs Consular Agent's Transfer DENIAL OF THREATS Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

Exodus of Yugoslavs Consular Agent's Transfer DENIAL OF THREATS Perth, This Afternoon. The West'ern Australian Yugoslav Consular representative (Mr. A. Silich) and the secretary of the Yugo 'slav Immigrants' Association (Mr. L. Markovich) will transfer shortly to Sydney. They admitted to a 'Daily News' reporter that they were going away shortly, but declined to indicate what their activities would be in Sydney. They frankly expressed their surprise at the reporter's knowledge of their movements. News of the transfer of these lead Ing Yugoslavs has heightened the mys tery surrounding the coming departure from this State of about 500 Yugoslavs for Yugoslavia. They will leave Fre mantie about January 23rd aboard the b.s. Partizanka. Mr. Markovich and Mr. Silich have both scouted suggestions put to them at different times by pressmen that the decision of many Yugoslavs to return to their homeland came as a result of pressure or threats from Yugoslavia.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

PERSONAL Mr. A. G. Leishinan, of Georgina, returned to iiis home this week after having spent a few days as a patient at Rosella Hospital. * * * * ♦ Mr. A. J. Watson, of Goldsmith's Hall, left Geraldton by road to-day on a hurried trip to Perth occasioned by the sudden death of his aged mother at Claremont early this morning. =* * * * * Mr. A. E. Grant, of Yanget, left by Tuesday night's train on a brief busi ness visit to the city. Mr. Grant expects to return to-morrow in com pany with his elder son (Mr. David Grant), who has been in the Eastern States for some time past. ***** Mr. E. S. Pexton, of Northampton, has been appointed as a justice of the peace for the Victoria Magisterial Dis trict, such advice having been received from the Premier's Department at the last meeting of the Northampton -Road Board. ***** Mr. V. I. Mann, general manager of Big Bell Mines Limited, returned to the State by air early this week after hav ing spent about six months in the Netherlands East Indies...

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YUNA No. 1 VERSUS NARALING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

YUNA No. 1 VERSUS NARALING Yuna No. 1 had first Juse. of the crease in their -&li^jgnipnt wiffo Nual ing. The opei^fe^^^^^p-ousifor, the visitors anlf^n^^^^^Bclsieft fell! before the scoring-ti^^^a^s jSpened. However Williamson and Stokes batted ' soundly; to take the score to 68 before the former fell a victim to the bowling of K. Stokes for a well-made 42. From then on Yuna batsmen found themselves facing a difficult proposition and six wickets had been lost for 140 runs when Stokes was dismissed for 77. R. Simpson struck his true form and with bright batting helped the score along to 188 runs. Simpson's display was a scintillating one, his best seven scoring strokes including three sixes, three fours and a single. Yuna's innings cloged for a total of 19'S. Naraling were left with only 135 minutes of play to overtake this score. Gray and Stokes opened and made 22 runs in forty-five minutes before the partner ship was broken. R. Criddle played well to help M. Gray to take t...

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NABAWA VERSUS YUNA No. 2 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

NABAWA VERSUS ¥UNA No. 2 Winning the toss Nabawa elected to bat first in their match against Yuna No. 2 and at thp tea adjournment they bad compiled 189 runs for the loss of eight wickets. Of this total Kel Criddle had contributed 100 (not out) and L. Cooper 55 runs, the two in nartnershin adding 120 to the score. The remain ing batsmen in attempting to force the scoring rate fell easy victims to the accurate bowling of W. Wheeldon, who rook five wickets for 20 runs. Yuna No. 2 also scored at a steady pace and when stumps were drawn had lost three wickets for a total of 1G3 runs. The most successful with the willow were R. Maiden (61 not out), W. Wheeldon (27) and L. Criddle (24 not out). Details of the scores are as follows: — NABAWA L. Cooper, c A. Brookes, b L. Stokes ? 55 N. Kupsch, c B. Warr, b L. Stokes 8 Kel Criddle, not out ? 100 Jim Criddle, b L. Stokes ? 2 C. Tetlow, c R. Maiden, b W. Wheeldon ? 9 S. Heinsen, c R. Maiden, b W. Wheeldon ? 3 J. Jupp, c McClintock, b W. Wheel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

Nil) v fB &&€- sO*ctsr^mr ffc y jgg your skin clothed with I III ^/yffli Summer Gold, honey tap!) Vf toned foundation and nil I face powder, your lips ' i and cheeks touched to new life with vivid, but subtly natural Gay Morning. r And for the sheer delight of golden legs against the fresh, clear colours of your Summer frock, Stockingless Cream. Summer Gold . . . Day Lotion 7/2, 13/9, Face Powder 5/6. Cay Morning . . . Lipstick 8/3, Rouge 5/6. Stockingless Cream . . . Honeybeige, Rosebeige, Romany Beige 8/3. deb* It Cyclax Preparations exclusive in Gerald ton to L VECCHIA, Geraldton Pharmacy Cool Lunches for Hot Days ji IDEAL FOR HOLIDAYMAKERS ij i , ? - t i i| Canadian Salmon — Small, 1/11 ; Large, 3/3 jj ij 2/01 ? King Sound Salmon ? 2/0ij; I1 'i ji 1/1 ? Norwegian Kipper Snacks ? 1/1 j: ?j Table Bay Pilchards— Plain, 1/81; with jj ?; Tomatoes, 1/10 j: ij l/6i ? Seahaven Blue Sprats ? 1/6! ji ji Marshall's Sardines — Small, lOd. ; Large, 1/7 ij SERVE THEM ICED-IT M...

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STOCK MARKETS Midland Junction Sales VALUES UNALTERED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

STOCK MARKETS Midland Junction Sales VALUES UNALTERED The prices for cattle showed no alteration at the fat stock sale at Mid land Junction on Tuesday. Agents yard ed G41 beasts and the quality was satis factory. The offering consisted mainly of medium to weighty bullocks in good condition and there were several pens of good quality steers and lightweight bullocks. Good quality cows and heifers were also fairly weJl represen ted but plain cows were not so plenti ifuL Quotations: — Good weighty bul locks, £19 to £20 (odd beasts higher) ; good mediumweight, £17/10/- to £18/10/-; medium, £14 to £15; good steers, £15/10/- to £16/10/- (odd pens higher) ; good lightweight, £12 to £13/10/-; good weighty cows, £14 to £15; good mediumweight, £12 to £13/10/- ; good lightweight, £10/10/- to £11/10/-; medium conditioned, £7 to £9; plain and rough, lower. Choice lightweight steer and heifer, 60/- per 1001b. ; choice handyweight, 57/0 per 1001b. ; good mediumweight bullock, 54/6 per 1001b. ; good...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

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CARNARVON CAR SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

CARNARVON CAR SERVICE The following passengers travelled from Geraldton by the GeraldtonCar uarvon Taxi Service on Tuesday last : — Messrs. Bassett and T. Brown, Mrs. Wheelock and Master B. Kestel.

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Child Electrocuted Fatal Chase For Ball MISHAP UNDER HOUSE Sydney, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

Child Electrocuted Fatal Chase For Ball MISHAP UNDER HOUSE Sydney, January 8. Robert Patrick O'Connor (11) was electrocuted at CofTs Harbour yester day when he crawled under a house to retrieve a ball.

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ABROLHOS TOURISTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

ABROLHOS TOURISTS The following passengers travelled to the Abrolhos Inlands by the work-boat 'Suda Bay' yesterday : — Messrs. I'll* man, McLennan, Langley, Mildred, Sandercock, I^egge, Harris, Prickett, Wood, Strang, Readhead and Peppereli, Mesdames McLennan, Butler, Sauder cock, Harris and Strang, Misses Dun- - gey, Bradley and Hedderick.

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OUR SERIAL STORY The Matcher" [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

^ OUR SERIAL STORY 'The Matcher' BY FRANK GILBERT [Special Note — All the names, charac ters, and incidents in this story ate entirely fictitious]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL ? ^ Matinee Programme.— rA. gay, glitter ing musical, 'The Stork .'Club',' featur ing Betty Hutton and Barry Fitzger ald, will be screened ;it the matinee at the Radio Theatre on Saturday next. Short features will include Australian Review, 'A Gem in His Hand,' 'Popu- lar Science,' Brevity and an episode of the new serial 'Brenda Starr, Repor ter.' Haircuftiiig and Sharing Prices. — The Deputy Prices Commissioner (Mr. C. P. Mathea) announced this week that as from to-morrow (Friday) the prices for haircutting and .shaving will be as follows: — Haircuttiug (males 14 years and over), 1/9: haircutting (males under 14 years), 1/3 (Monday t-; Friday) and 1/9 (Saturday) ; shave and brush-up, 1/-; haircut and shave, 2/1). The prices for all other services remain unaltered. Kybra's Visit — Ed route to Port Hed land, via all intermediate ports, with the exception of Shark Bay, the m.v. Kybra, of the State Shipping Service, berthed at Geraidton at 1.30 p.m. yes terday and di...

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS The following passengers travelled to and from Geraldton by the air ser vice of the MacRobertson-Miller Avia tion Company Limited during the past few days: — Perth to Geraldton (Wednesday) — Messrs. A. France, J. W. Prickett, L. J. Wood, E. A. Strang, C. Harris, It. B. Vance, N. Dh.-inm, Sandercock and Nathani, Mesdames M. Speed, Sander cock, E. Strang, C. Harris and N. Dhama, Misses A. Duugey, J. William son, W. Bradley, D. J. Hasleby, J. Stirling, Sandercock aud Hedderick. Geraldton to Perth (Wednesday) — Messrs. A. Stowe, W. Boyes, R. W. Worthingtou, L. Karapotcoff, It. Dun lop, B. Wallace, F. Maloue, J. Looney, W. H. Anderson, W. L. Goode and D. Patterson, Mesdames M. Freeman, M. Lutz, J. H. Carroll, A. Stowe and J. Looney, Misses B. Bell, M. Hancock, M. Hancock aud Master J. Lutz. Geraldton to Hamlin Pool (Wednes day)— Mrs. L. Sinclair. Geraldton to Ouslow (Wednesday) — Mr. E. Hodgkisson.

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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD The following are the passengers who travelled by the bus of the Mid land Railway Company between Perth and (Jerahltou during ihe past few days : — 1-orth to Geraldton (Tuesday) — .uesssrs. n. .1. i iiuiau, rs i-Jingiey, ti. rrmuan. H. I^egsre, E. R. Sevwrigut. E. Tansen. N. Mitchell. J. Antilla, Foster, ll. Miller, G. Hooper. U. Zaikas, R. T. Cileniston. A. Wood, Spokes, J. Sas nutes, S. E. Broad, J. Hogbin siud H. Mildred. Mesdaiue.s N. Butler, H. Tru man, E. Faithful!, J. Autilla, E. It. Carson, G. Iaull, Spokes aud A. S. Faithful], Misses J. McLaughten. L. I/Hftield, I-. .Speed and Chambers an-l Master R. Dutlield. -ieraldt-in to IVrtu (Wednesday) — Messrs. F. Anilrew, Goddard, B. E. Black, R. Hollingsworth, M. A. Gale, SI. C Palmer, W. Brandenburg, Trus iove, Lawrence and Grosvenor, Mes tiniiies Truslove. Grosvenor, Downes, Morcombe, Cornish. Duredale, A. Haiu shaw, F. Andrew, B. E. Black, R. Hol lingsworth aud J. C....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

General Dispersal Sale AT DONGARA (Three miles e^isr of township on the ? Perth-Gem Jdtou lioad) PROPERTY, STOCK AND PLANT 1 ? | Wednesday, January 28, 1948 : at 2 p.m. I J)ALGETY & COMVAKY LIMITED.! acting on instructions received [? from Mr. X. It. Healy, will offer by' ' public auction his highly improved Dongara Farm, and also his entire Stock, Plant, Machinery, and House uoltl Furniture and Effects as follows : ; PROPERTY I Area — 1,244 acres 8 perches, being j Victoria Locations Nos. 442, 2918, 1232 and 270. Classification — 580 acres first-class land, all cleared ; 200 acres seeoiid dass land, all cleared: balance third class laud, 100 acres cleared. Improvements — Subdivided into eleven paddocks; boundary fenced. with rabbit netting: subdivided with six and | seven-wire fences. j Buildings — Stone House (7 rooms), j Wood and Iron Machiuery Shed and I Barn (50ft. x 40ft.) and Shearing Shed aud Stables (60ft. x 20ft.). Water — Five (5) Wells, three equip ped: Undergrou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

? , ? I -^ ? AT LAST ? ffl|flBl|i|M j Hoover experts have patented a. device, fitted orUy to the Hoover cylinder For the smaller home, or the SSSSte, ^handtaf^ home -with polished floors and dirty dust bags, you first few carpets, Hoover have remove the end-plate, stand designed a brand new cylinder \ I / the clefnef cleaner -superior in design, -i-^rl\ of %?£*, -workmanship and performance. 3Xi -J~L^s.operate a With the aid of its various «* v^l/pUDgei j cleaning 'tools, this new Hoover ' \ aEMPt *?d. a.n j cleans rugs, walls, ceilings, fab- -vTCi| ejected ' rics, furniture and stairs with iant on to the I extraordinary ease, rapidity and ijffimrafl paper. thoroughness, and you can rid WtsBti ' it mechanicaBy of the dirt it «H^B^ collects. Another important fea- ' ^Rpwi ture is that it can be stored |mw * upright, thus saving valuable /-«»lrv space. And remember, this new / E^gpRj \ cleaner is made to the highest / ? ^J*j standards by Hoover— makers of the world's best cleaners. ?B...

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Airliner Disaster Plane Crashes into Swamp SEVENTEEN KILLED. Savannah (Georgia), January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

Airliner Disaster Plane Crashes into Swamp SEVENTEEN KILLED. Savannah (Georgia). January 7. Seventeen people were killed and nine injured in a plane crash to-day. A chartered twin-engined Douglas passenger plane crashed in the Savan nah River swamp.

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The Geraldton Guardian THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1948 1947 IN GERALDTON [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

She iLeraidton&uitrbinn THURSDAY. JANUARY 8. 194S 1947 IN GERALDTOX The past year was characterised by \ no outstanding developments in Gerald- i ton and what progress; was achieved I was hi --ousequeuc-H more real than j apparent. The port has never laid ] claims »« being a boom town, although j circumstances on occasions have com bined to bring an air of accentuated prosperity to those residing in it. An fnstance which comes readily to mind { is rbe period when large numbers of troops were stationed in the district j find made Geraldton their leave centre, j However, normally Geraldton relies largely on the economic conditions pre- J vailing in its rural hinterland and for j that reason the measure of prosperity j enjoyed in the town is only a reflex of j the nature of the season and the state J of the markets for primary products j ?ro\vu in the district. The past season j was a favorable one despite the anxiety ! occasioned by an abnormally dry Aug- ! list, when a virtua...

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