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CATTLE MARKETING THE CANNING STOCK ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

CATTLE MARKETING k - ? . ? '♦ — ; ? . ~ - .-. THE CANNING STOCK ROUTE. ? .. . s / ' It is encouraging to mote that the Commonwealth^ j&d State Governments have already liegUir to take action along the lines rpconuhended by {the Beef in dustry Commission. One ,of the sug gestions was that properly equippec overland . stocw . routes be' established and main taxied, and at present a party of about twelve/*, under .iut; W. SriSil, is at Mcekatharra preparing for the arduous task of providing an adequately equipped stock route from the'Kimber leys to the Murchison. The work wilr include the re-eonditioning of existing wells, the s-inking of new ones, and the shortening jof the track where practic able. It is proposed to 'effect -?* auncV. tion with the old Canning stock route, which was''-dut ? by. JSL.W. Canning' in' 19067. Several drafts *-f cattle were taken over the track until. 19111, whei the 'route was abandoned owing to th£; unreliable water supply and the treaehr ejry jo...

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N.S.W. WHEAT STANDARD 63lb. PER BUSHEL Sydney, January 15 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

N.S.W. WHEAT STANOjifllll 631b. PER BXJSEEESm ^ M ^__^_ ' ?*. ??.''?'?& Sydney, Janoarr IK V The Grain Trade Sectional CkunnuiXce - of tho Sydney Chamber of Commence1 met yesterday and fixed'the sfair »vet age quality standard for the ifew^fni* Wales -wheat crop for the season 1925^9-f at G31b. per imperial bushel. - . 33ik-:3s r the highest figure reached smce 1913^13^ when' it'r Was' 41b. T- ?'?-'- \~r ?'?£££

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"STELLA MARIS" COLLEGE W.A. UNIVERSITY RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

'STELLA MARIS' COLLEGE W.A. TJNTVEBSITY RESTJXtTS The following are the particulars of passes gained by pupils of the Stella Maris College, ' Geraldton, in the recent University examinations: — Leaving.— Monica Whelan: English, French, history, economics and indus trial history, music, drawing. Matriculation. — Monica Whelan: The foregoing leaving subjects, together metry, algebra1 and arithmetic). with junior passes in mathematics (geo Junior. — Mary McGauran: English, mathematics, (geometry; algebra and arithmetic), English history, geogra phy, agricultural science, drawing, mu sici Florence Parry: English, mathe matics (geometry, algebra, arithmetic), history, geography, French, agricultural science, drawing. Nancy Lee: Eng lish, French, history, geography. Ethel Maley: English, French, English his tory. Eileen Moloney: Music (theory and practical), drawing. Frances Coombe: French, drawing., Isadora Williamson: English history, music, drawing.

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ICE MAKING A NOVEL INVENTION CHEAP DOMESTIC APPLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

ICE MAKING ? -♦ ? ; ? A NOVEL INVENTION CHEAP DOMESTIC APPLIANCE. An English paper of recent date contains information of a novel inven Jion, which has attracted interest in London, and would undoubtedly be a boon to dwellers in tropical and sub tropical countries. Imagine being able to get an icy-cold drink without rely ing on the iceman— that is wliat the invention amounts to. Not only can I the neiv process turn out ice quickly but it can do it cheaply, which is no ^unimportant item. By attaching a 5lua' gwgez to aii ordinary water tap a supply of cubes of ice was obtained in ton mmutcs at a demonstration to a party of influential men in London, -^one of the refrigerators on the mar ket operate at anything approaching such a speed. The principle depends on the rapid creation of almost an ab solute vacuum with the aid of a com. paratively cheap chemical. The inven tors claim that they can put their small 'Quick-Tee'' device on the mar ket at the. price of a guinea, and that a larg...

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FAITH AND TOLERANCE THE EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS A VISITOR'S IMPRESSIONS Perth, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

FAITH AND TOLERANCE THE EUCHARISTIC CON GRESS A VISITOR'S DEPRESSIONS ' Perth, January 15. 'I was impressed by many things, most of all, naturally, by the wonderful demonstration on the part of Catholics, and of religious tolerance on the part of the entire community,' said Mon signor M. G. Cnrran, secretary to Car dinal Cerretti, Papal Legate to the re cent Eucharistic Congress at Sydney, when interviewed in Perth yesterday. Monsignor Curran, who is principal of the Irish College in Borne, is returning home on board the R.M.S. Orama. ifAnojim/tr rSirran sa.i(l he WSLS charm ed at the hospitality and goodwill of the people of Australia, during this, his first visit to the Commonwealth. He had travelled all the Eastern States and was delighted to observe. the won derful resources of the country. He was much struck by the strong faith of the people in the future of Australia, a country, the importance and develop ment of which, it was difficult to fore tell at the moment. The knowledg...

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METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE NEW SCHEME LAUNCHED ESTIMATED COST: £3,280,000 Perth, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

METROPOLITAN SEWER AGE NEW SCHEME LAUNCHED ESTIMATED COST: £3,280,000 Perth, January 15. The Minister for Works (Mr. A. Me Callum) has approved of a scheme for sewering the metropolis on both sides of the river from Bayswater to Fre mantle at an estimated cost of £3,280, 000. The scheme provides for the abo lition of the Burswood treatment works in the course of time and the disposal of sewerage effluent through two ocean outfalls, one at South Freniantle to serve the south side of the river and the existing outfall beyond WestSubi aco to serve the north side of the river. The approved scheme will allow work to be undertaken in sections, gradually replacing the present scheme. The Minister has issued instructions that all future sewerage work shall be car ried out in accordance with it.

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MAN SERIOUSLY INJURED ARGUMENT LEADS TO [?] Sydney, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

MAN SERiOUSLY INJURED A32GUMENT LEADS TO SBA^TS Sydney^ January js^v ^ Aa argument between three mek:'at-;S:: the Trades Hall yesterday ' aSOBaeSm^U ended In a fight, as a result ^of wWA^; James Digman (HA), a mcijibcr b^t^j'ij Bakers' Union-, was admitfcwl to JjfiSr?: Sydney Hospital with serious infoiaes1^^ his right eye, probable fracture «C ttejf skull and nose and other facial iBjniies.;; y He was too badly injured -to^gjime-ia^^ ccherent account to the police, 'bnt^iiril is said that two other men, and he liail A been engaged in an argument and tfcat^r: a fight ensued. It is believed tbaa, ; JDSgSSS ?nan *v«^ kicked in the face V i^vff -Other unionists who were .ia/fhc-il Trades Ball at the time, said thcyicau4lS load talk about liussia, BoIshevisin,l^eai|Si in and capitalism, shouts of **C6iniQteffg§ and 'Liar'.' and bad language, ^mniMl then calls for help. When DigmaB ^ra^l found he was insensible, and tiie .4*n-f| other men bad disappeared. : -\ ''%§£%

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STATE EXPERIMENT FARMS WORK AT DAMPAWAH [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

STATE EXPERIMENT FARMS ^ WOES. ATDAMHWiraH^ The Superintendent of Wheat- J0^«^^g (ilr. L Thomas) has made avaufaMeSW^^H following report from the mauBagot:^I^^M the Dampawah Experiment I^nk ^|B^K^^S the month of December, 1928:— -'T^iil§8!Wi 'Kain fell on five different te^tngiM a total registration of 156 polntsJ^EB^^g thundery weather was cxpeTuaaecA-^tM^^^ the greater portion of the month- -^JB£»g|p|| temperature (as recorded in l'Wwjw^^^g has been as Ligh as 112 degrees '.«r^|io^?^& shade. ' ''--MF0IM The main werk-«n the ? &Sm'-f^^^^^M month has been burning jw^*i{|6i|f|||S fencing. The burning of roots ©J» :*§|||||§§i fallow has been completed. ;. '? 'vjf§pii Portion of the fence line lias l*OT|B|p|| ploughed so as to check thc: growtt-S»lr^|feg scrub and as a precaution against .te«?£s^|§§ Fifty chains of poits have lj«9C;tiw±^-||j ed and bored ready, for the wim TOfej^j^ posts arc now being carted aye nutesl^^g^ The mulching experiment was attoafl-SS2g| cd to...

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A NORTHAM SCARE STRANGE CREATURE IN RIVER Northam, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

ANORTHAM SCARE STEANGE CEEATUEE IN B1VEK [ Kortuain, January lo. j Excitciucut was caused in Northaiu when it was. reported that a strange creature had been seen on two .or three successive nights in the Avon ltivor near the Central Bmlgc. SSomc per sons dccloieJ that a small alligator had. been observed on a sandbank, while it was seriously stated in other quarters that there was a shark in the river.. The general inclination is to ridicule the idea and a suggestion has been uiaae that an unusually large iguana has bcea | the cause of the excitement. The police, evidently attuch some : i^ nificance to the stories, us efforts will bo' made hy them, to locate the allege! sharp. Yesterday a constable patrol led the vicinity of the central bridge with a rifle.

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EMPIRE AIR ROUTES LONDON TO INDIA IN APRIL AUSTRALIAN EXTENSION LATER London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

EMPIRE AIR ROUTES LONDON TO INDIA IN APRIL AUSTRALIAN EXTENSION LATSE. London, January - 14. Imperial Airways will open in April next a 5,000-mile empire air route, which, will bring India within six* days of Lon don. The journey will be made m dailv stages. It is proposed to extend the routo acrof-s India to Calcutta, and thence, via Singapore, to Australia. A branch, line* from Cape Town will ultimately connect with the main line at Cairo. Among American film-star.-, Douglas Tairbanks paid the highest income taXj £36,438, last year. » The word 'hello' became popular *mong telephone usccs soon aftor mo telephone was invented. It is now heard in Japan, Turkey, Russia, and ev en Patagonia, although the British Post ! Office authorities' do notfavour it !

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THE MAIN STREET OF GERALDTON [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

THE MAIN STREET OF GERALDTON LOOKING WESTWAED ALONG THE PRINCIPAL BUSINESS CENTBE.

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RIVAL COUNTRY CRICKET TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

RIVAL COUNTRY CRICKET TEAMS. irpF.— OUBAWAH. BOTTOM/!— KOJAEENA. In a recent match between these teams Dnrawah scored 38 and 36, but TKojarena did even worse. Their first innings yielded 23, and their second 6. M. O'Malley scored 3, Mr. 'Sundries' 3, and there were 10 'ducta.*'

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INTERNATIONAL CRICKET LAUNCESTON MATCH JARDINE MAKES 214 Launceston, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

INTERNATIONAL CRICKET LAUNCESTON MATCH JABDINE MAKES 214 Launccstou, January 15. The match between tne JKngush XI ana Tasmania was continue! at Laun ccston to-day, fcjtores. — TASMANIA First Innings J. Atkinson, run out ? !?' tf-~ Friend, t- White ? ? **- C. Martin, c and b White ? - -I* i\. Uavis, b iTecman ? *» u. Wellington, c Leyland, b free man ? ? ? -?? 24 G. Martin, b liarvrojod ? y:J A. C. Newton, e Hammond, b Free man ? t A. Burrows, c Hammond, b White 2l A. Horton, c Hammond, b Larwood 0 1-. Wardlaw, st. Ames, b Freeman . $ G. Henty, not out ? l Sundries --,... ? ? ? i7 Total ? 2i» , Bowling: Tate, nil for '45; Hammond, nil for 21; White, 3 fpr 58; Freeman, 4 for 56; Leyland, nil for 26; Larwood, 2 for 64. ? Second Innings Afijcinson, not out ...... ....... 16 Friend, st. Ames, b White .... ? 8 C. Martin, not out . . - ? *° Total. for one wkt. ..' ? 40 ENGLAND -First Innings' Leyland, b Wardlaw ............ 3 Jardine, c Newton, b Burrows . . 214 Tyldesley, st. Henty, b JST...

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MOTORING RECORD BRITISH ATTEMPTS CAMPBELL SEGRAVE RIVALRY. London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

MOTORING RECORD BRITISH ATTEMPTS CAMPBEIiIrSEG&AVE BIVAIAT. London. January 14. It looks like a race between Captain Malcolm Campbell ftad Major Segrave as to who will be the first to attempt to wrest the world's record of ,267.5 miles an hour from Bay Keech, the American. Captain Campbell has a good start, because he sails for South Africa this week with his LOOP horse-power 'Blue Bird*' for his dash across the baked dav surface of Verneuk Pan. the dried up lake 400 miles .from Capetown. . Major Segrave does. nQk sail for Day tojoa Meach, ilorida. until the end of it^* month. ? Captain Campbell decided to start yesjrerday, after receiving ja. cable from |Sr expert^ Waters, who is inspecting *|B_]Bf t&. Waters cabled: * * Conditions Sdpl^exeellent, the surfaee is good^.and the course can be cleared of stones ano grasses within a month.?'

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THE LEAKAGE OF NEWS OFFICERS SEARCH TUNNEL London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

THE LEAKAGE OF NEWS OFFICERS SEARCH TUNNEL London, January 13. A tunnel leading from the Thames to near the Salvationists council chamber at Sunbury Court, was searched and scaled overnight by the committee of the High Council investigating the leakage of information. The committee, according to the London 'Daily News,' also explored the rooms surrounding the chamber and sounded the walls. The High Couneil has adjourned un til January 15, when the General's de cision regarding his retirement, is ex pected. ' ' ? ' -^ - -

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THE SALVATION ARMY THE GENERAL'S ATTITUDE SUPPORT FROM ABROAD London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

THE SALVATION ARMY THE GENERAL'S ATTITUDE SUPPORT TEOM ABROAD London. Ja,niiarv 14. During the week-end over a hundred cablegrams ana other communications from Canada, Jfcw Zealand, the United States and elsewhere were received at Southwold promising General Booth support. 'Stick to your guns,' states one message, while another message says 'We are with you to the end.'

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THE KING'S ILLNESS SLOW PROGRESS. London, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

THE KING'S ILLNESS SLOW PSOGBESS. London, January li This niorning it was announces wi*£ his Majesty the King was making slow progress along the path to recovery.

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AUSTRALIAN FILMS CANBERRA AS CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

AUSTRAUAN FILM? Ja ? CANBEBEA AS OEN3SZL| It has been proposed by* liofty^iBt^ prominent citizens who are «eeldBgr-lag; establish a ' National EOm Bmeii^| Canberra that Mr. Marks, MJPL,^mSm he created Minister for Knte ^Aii^^B^ vould thus Jiave control jof iie^Cttr^^ ing! out of the recommendations «f ttp^ film, industry with its headguarjtentjni^ Canberra. This, it is claimed. vobHLB advertise the capital, enable it :jfco«pi come self -supporting, and 'prpviaej^B^ cere for the children of civil «t8r»-uS«j as they grow up. It is considered ShSt| the wealfn' of knowledge atteamai&S^. by Mr. Marks: would be invailnmble.^f^S : The appointment of Mr. MaikB:^^ portfolioed Minister bristles witk jSfflt'* culties, tne chief of -whicn, is ?Hu*-^«' j Ministers of State Act ' 19pr Bma»iSh&| number of salaried Ministers viaQfiM|| and all the positions haVelieai'aWSttl abready. ? ' ? ,' ''??'!:'-. 'ff%?^&%£ The organisation, however, -' :-i&jjimB^ ? that Canberra...

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SENTENCE SUSPENDED OLD OFFENSES PREPERS THE COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

SENTENCE SUSW&NDED OUD OFFENDER PBETEBS ^HB COUNTRY 'You will be sentenced to 21 days' imprisonment, the sentence to be bus pended on condition that you leave the town and do not come back until next ApriL' That was .the decision and the alternative offered to John James Hayes, labourer, by Messrs. J. B. Bu rner and G. Lester, J'sJ*., who occ^r pied the Bench in the Police Court this morning. The charge addmitted by Hayes was that he was under the influence of liquor on the Eailway jetty yesterday. Sergeant Noraoyle said defendant was not entitled to be served with drink, as he was on the prohibited- list. In ad dition to a long list of previous con victions, this was his second appear ance since being placed on the list. The defendant said he had work to go to at Dartmoor. He promised to go there and remain until after April when his period of prohibition would expire.

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MEN DEFY THEIR UNION Perth, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929

MEN DEFY THEIR UNION Perth, January 15. The timber workers in Bunning Bros, mill at Argyle, four miles from Donny brook, ceased work a week ago, am. they have not yet resumed. The la pute originated when the men refuse I to work under a foreman who is a member of their union. The men were told by the secretary of the Timber Workers' Union (Mr. McKenzie), that an unauthorised stop page of work would not be counten anced, and that they must return to -work. They asked that either he or Mr J. Thomas, organiser of the union, should go to Argyle, but they were in formed that they must return to their posts before the matter could be at tended to. The position will be dealt With at a meeting of the union execu tive to-day.

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