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Stolen Hand Grenades Big Haul at the Week-End DETECTIVES' WORK Sydney, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Stolen Hand Grenades ? ♦ ? Big Haul at the Week-End DETECTIVES' WORK Sydney, February 17. At tbe week-end children handed in nearly fifty hand grenades at Peter sham and Leichhardt Police Stations. When it was announced last week that hand grenades had been stolen from a White Ray wharf detectives visited schools in the districf. Children were questioned and those who had grenades were sent home to get them.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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District Stock Fixtures Yandariooka Clearing Sale SATISFACTORY PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

| District Stock Fixtures Yandariooka Clearing Sale j SATISFACTORY PRICES ? I Messrs. Elder. Smith & Company, Limited report having conducted a sat-j isfa--»«-ry cl-».-iriiis sale n» Yandanooka j on the 12tu inst. on lM'half of Mr. W. H. Lister, there beinir a fair atren-l- ! ami* of local buyers together with ? others from Three Springs. Caruamah ; and Oeraldfon. Although rather mixetl ; i in ryiM'. the sheep submitted to auction ] I were in ^ood order, and whilst coinpeli- j \ tion was nin particularly keen the whole j : -ifl'eriny: numbering »!-'-l were sold u ! 'market rates. Quotations: — ! ! SluH'i) — Merino ewes, mostly four ? i years wirh a lew younger at 31/«'i and ] s-,*conds at 2N/«;-. CorriedaJe- cross ewes, \ mostly four years with a fAv younger ' .it -i~- /-. -asr for a -re :ir 2S/- and older | and plain ci.ndiTion at 10/- : Corriedale | i ranis, mixed a;a*s. 2 guineas. i ? Car tie — -»ne fat bullock, one milking ] I cow, one yearling heifer and niie stiver j w...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

PERSONAL ? *. ? Mrs. W. R. liree'le, of Marine Ter race, left for Perth by air yesterday morning on account of the serious ill ness of her mother in the metropolis. Mrs. A. E. Anderson, of Eleanor Street, returned to Geraldton by air yesterday morning after having spent a few days in the city. * * * * * The Hon. H. A. C. Daffen, M.L.C., j who has spent thy past week in Ger- j aldton, left for Perth by yesterday morning's train. * * * * v Mr. H. T. Hollingsworth, of Meeka tharra. with his wife aud children, who have been holidaying at the Victoria Hotel for the past three or four weeks, left to-day on the return journey to the Murchisou. Mr. D. P. Robinson, of Gutlisi, who has been selected as. the representative of the Australian Labor Party to con test the biennial election for a member of the Central Province in the Legis lative Council in May next, is at pre sent ou a brief organising visit to Ger aldton. Mr. Robinson is accompanied by his wife and is staying at the Ger aldtou Ho...

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Letter to the Editor Municipal Rubbish Tip AN OFFENSIVE SMELL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Letter to the Editor ? .»? Municipal Rubbish Tip AN OFFENSIVE SMELL Sir — .Many complaints are being heard from residents of Durlacher Sn eel South regarding the stench aris ing from the burning of rubbish at the Municipal rubbish tip. The prevailing southerly winds drive the ' unpleasant odour on a smoke laden atmosphere into homes along tbe line of drift, whilst cardboard boxes, papers and rags are frequently to be seen festoon ing the berry bushes and other scrub in the vicinity. Surely a better site could be found for the rubbish tip at the west-end of the town where the wind would carry the smoke and smell out to sea. It might then scare off a few. sharks instead of frightening prospec tive home builders at this end of the town. It is also a bad advertisement for Geraldton as the Midland buses have often to feel their way through dense smoke and the smell of burning bones. — Yours, etc, 'RESIDENT.' Geraldton, 17/2/4&.

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TENNIS Geraldton Club's Tournament FURTHER RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

«- ? u i ? ii TENNIS v ? * ? ? - Geraldton Club's Tournament FURTHER RESULTS The annual tournament of the Ger aldton Tennis Club was continued under pleasant weather conditions during last week-end, during which period the com mittee were able to complete quite a. large number of matches. The follow ing were the results : — Men's Cbaiupictishi|) Singles First Round— D. Rowe beat R. Hay dock, U-2, U-3 ; O. Fong beat J. Staddon, 13-1, 0-1. Socond Round — A. Fong beat P. Grey, 7-3, -KJ; D. Rowe beat O. Fong, (i-3, GO: K. Glass beat L. Hall, G-J, 6-0. Third Round — K. Townsliend beat A. Fong. 7-0. -M ; D. Banks beat K. Miu chin, US, 245. 0-2. Men's Championship Doubles First Round — D. Banks and J. Gale brat A. lJant and J. Staddon, IS-3, 0-4; W. Smith aud I'. Howieson beat U. Brown and W. Mathieson, -i-3, S-d; A. Foug and D. Rowe beat P. Cooper aud W. Swyetser, 04), 0-L Women's Oiauqiioiasiiip Singles Second Round — Mrs. Kendrick beat Mrs. Jenkiu, 0-3, 0-7; Sirs. Johnson beat Miss Fong...

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Country Week Cricket Geialdton's First Victory CENTURY BY R. SEWELL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Country Week Cricket ? _+. ? Geraldton's First Victory CENTURY BY R. SEWELL Geraldton recorded its first victory in the Country Week Cricket Carnival yesterday when it defeated Central Midlands comfortably on the first inniugs. Winning the toss Geraldton, took the field with a weakened side and only ten players. The slow bowling of Keegan and Sewell proved dangerous ou the well-grassed wicket and Central Midlands were dismissed for 146 runs at 12.30 p.m. Sewell took six wickets and Keegan the other four. At ' the luncheon adjournment Geraldton had lost du wickets for IS runs and by1 the tea interval had passed their opponents score with tlu? loss of only three wickets. R. Sewell gave a glimpse of his old form iu scoring 114 runs which was made in 102 minutes. Getting the measure of the bowling he gave a delightful exhibition of stroking and pleasiug footwork. F. Symonds seemed set aud contributed 37 runs to the total when he fell a victim to the bowling of Cunuington. E. Chamberlain...

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CARNARVON CAR SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

CARNARVON CAR SERVICE Mr. Westbrook and Mrs. Petrie travelled' 'to- Carnarvon to-day by the Geraltlton^Carnarvon Taxi Service.

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The Geraldton Guardian TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1948 A GREAT AUSTRALIAN PASSES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 194S A GREAT AUSTRALIAN PASSES With the deapi of Sir Isaac Isaacs, , a former Chief' Justice of the High 't Court and first Australian-born Gov | ernor-General of the Commonwealth, in j Melbourne on February 11th at the ripe 1 age of ninety-two years, Australia lost ; one of her greatest citizens, and a not 1 able link between the days of the five ! separate States and the Federation. | Bom in Melbourne, he soon forsook his ! early profession of school teaching and after studying law was admitted to tin; | Ii:ir at the age of twenty-five. Ho [entered the Victorian Legislative I Assembly in 1892 and later became State Attorney-General. He took an i active part in the protracted negotia ! tions which led to the establishment oC j the Commonwealth and quitted State ! pc'itics to become a member of the j first Federal Parliament, accepting the post of Attorney-General in the Deakin Government. In 190(5 he was appointed to the Hi;h t Court Bench ; and in due course ...

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Spotted Tomato Wilt Recent Investigations INTERESTING FINDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Spotted Tomato Wilt Recent Investigations INTERESTING FINDINGS Investigations on spotted wilt of tomato, the scourge of the tomato grower, are described in a recent bul letin issued by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research. The great variation in symptoms pro duced by the spotted wilt virus has long puzzled plant pathologists. The prob lem has now been solved by the dis covery that there are at least five dis tinct strains of the virus, with symp toms varying in severity from a barely distinguishable mottle to complete necrosis, that is, death of the infected tissues. A particular tomato plant may be infected by just one of these strains or by several different ones, although commonly all ' five are present, the symptoms depending upon which strain predominates. The most severe strain, called the 'tip-blight' strain, sometimes occurs on its .own when it produces a disease so severe that the young growing part of the plant is rapidly killed. The tomato normally encourage...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY P.OAD The following are the passengers who travelled by the bus of the Mid land Railway Company between Perth and Geraldton during the past feu days : — Perth to Geraldton (Saturday) — Messrs. G. Marsland, P. Haydock, F. R. Cola, G. Cole, T. J. Haw. K. Wal lace, Symonds, Hoghurn, Leonard, I). Quartenuaui, Mesdames G. Brice, J. P. Hayes, M. Shepard, Cartwright, T. J. Raw, Misses B. A. Hanley, N. J. Har vey, T. IJrice, V. Ritchie, J. Stout, .T. Roberts, M. Smyth aud Master McKel vie. Geraldton to Perth (Monday) — Messrs. U. Brand, H. C. Worrall, L. ' Thompson, W. Hebiton, I). Stoner, A. Hebiton, Lucas, Sinclair, Hodgson, ! Parkin, Rhodes, Pearse, Mesdames A. | Ager, N. Streeter, W. Hebiton. A. Hebi- ! ton, Turner, Heaiey, Misses Parkin and Withnell. I-zitft to Geraldton (Monday)— Messrs. R. R. Hill, D. Bock, Morgan, Morgan, D. Fordhain, W. Wiltshire, E. Cronps, H. Steere, A. Jones, S. Fowler, W. Quiuie, Randall, M. R. Bunney, Ho...

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Former War Prisoners Victorian Health Survey DETERIORATION NOTED Melbourne, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Former War Prisoners ? 4. ? Victorian Health Survey DETERIORATION NOTED Melbourne. Febranry 17. The health of most of the Victorian former prisoners-of-war under the Jap anese has deteriorated according to a Repatriation Commission survey. This was revealed to-night by the supervisor of treatment for the Commissioner in Victoria (Dr. A. Kent), who is head of the Board making the survey. 'A medical examination --f all former prisoners-of-war in Victoria would be made as soon as possiM*\' said Supervisor A. Kent to-day. 'The Hoard has alread examined all former i prisoners-of-war in Melbourne and ftendlgo. It will go to Ballarat to-mor- j row and to Geelong on Thursday.'

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Northampton Hospital Monthly Meeting of Board WELCOME DONATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Northampton Hospital _ ? + ? Monthly Meeting of Board . WELCOME DONATIONS The monthly mm in;: «?(' the X.;rth I Ik- 'J4llf ult.. Ui(-r»- Ix.-iu^ prosi'iit M.-ssrs. H. i;. Suiiili. II. Siiukin. A. It«tl». N. V. K«'iii[iloii, 1». t.\ l---:i!o!i :i|l-i Hi*' siH-n-ijiry (ilr. 1.. M. I lih'ii. -»n ;ircoiinl iff tin? tibwiiw --f tfi»' --h;iirniaii in iVrth :i!i«l I hi' indisjiosilion of the vi-v-cliairiii:ui. Mr. Smith was aitpuiuted to i-ivsi-k* over th*» niet'tin^. Reports Tlit» visiting --imniiu-'-» ciiiii|trisin.^ Messrs. Smith. Kciniiitiu and Hoaiun fi'portv'l liavinu ni:i-l»' the nionrlily vi.^it lo !JH' Ji-».siiit;il ;ui(i fJi.scnssci! various ( m:itt«?rs with rlie matron of the institu tion. In connection with a request for an eaiili closet to In- c-tiunwted wiih tin* sejitii* lank system, ttie committee -'X(i|;tin-'(l ihai saiijuir.v cotiveuience.-s for the staff quarters hail lje«.jii some what delayed pending a visit of :i depariinenial jiri-hitei-t i-- advise in connect i-ili ...

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Rights in Antarctic BRITAIN SENDS A CRUISER South American Re-Actions BITTER CRITICISM Buenos Aires, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Rights in Antarctic BRITAIN SENDS A CRUISER South American Re-Actions BITTER CRITICISM t? ? ; Buen-;s Aires, February 17. The news that the ISriti.sh cruiser Nigeria (8,000 tons) liti-J h-aik-d for 'an undisclosed destination'' has nn'l with bitter criticism hen*. The news paper 'Critica' commented that the cruiser's sailing would 'serve only to Waste fuel.' ''It is lamentable that Britain should reply to our diplomatic representations and our judicial and political arguments by mobilising war ships,' the paper said. Another paper carried the news of the Nigeria as sailing under the head line 'The Lion t Shows Its Useless Claws.' Publishing the British Minister of State's (Mr. McNeil's) statement that 'It is not to be supposed that we shall overlook this challenge of our auth ority,' a third paper carried the head line 'Unheard of — Britain Threatens Us.' A message from Santiago says that nnoflicisil sources close to the Chilean Government said that Britain's attitude was too strong...

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Greenough Road Board Monthly Meeting GRANT OF RAILWAY LAND [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Greenough Road Board | Monthly Meeting GRANT OF RAILWAY LAND Tin* monthly meftinjr of the -ln*fii- i ou^li 1{(.:hI r.iijird was iwUl on the 3r-i j inst.. Then* lieinu: pres«»i»t Messrs. M. J liiiiiiblt* ('iiairnuiiit. \'. ('ri-i«ife. J-'. .M«iJ-mey. «'. AinlTsmi. A. ViiJ--e. 1 1 Mm -an ;in«l i!i»' s ?crciai-y (Mr. \V. Morris -. Apologies tor noii-Mtteiid:iii--'.' wen* r«'i.vive«l from M.essrs. M^. I-i»suion«l jiikI -I. l'rei«!er^rs*.st. Correspondence l-'roiu It-.»*.-tl'.\iU')i!ii'l'i!e Club, rej»]y in.u to the r.-.;ird's iiiqu^-y in regurd u- road siuns. which it was srmed wen: | very dillkult to prorure. Tlie letter | further stared that xl\** club did inn : siijipiy ro;nl .sifrns. but that wheu such ! were available iliey rotilil be imrchaseu ! by thi.' Hoard at cost price. The sec Iretsiry w:is authorised tit obtain a !-jii'*tit!ioii for. r«,a-l siiriis at lieraltltoii ! ami submit, the details to the next ! nieetinjr. i From the District Auricultural j Adviser (Mr. (.!. L. Tlir...

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TOMATO DISEASES Treatment of Seed Beds PATHOLOGIST'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

TOMATO DISEASES ? ^ ? Treatment of Seed Beds j ? ? - ! PATHOLOGIST'S REPORT \ ? \ In a recent report to the I'udevSec jretary for Atrri-tilture I.Mr. (J. K. i Itaron Hay) concerning; tomato diseases j [ in the -ieraldt-;ii area., the Covei-mneni j j r-lam Patbolouist iMr. W. P. Cass j Smith I states that as the lime for seed bed preparation was now approaching i it is timely lo review some of rhe latest I iliforinarioi) deaJini: with the control of j j serious tomato diseases. * J Spotted Wilt J | Last season spotted or bronzy wilt ? [was apain prevalent in many iianlens, j ? though the incidemv and losses caused j thereby varied considerably in «lilTewn«' j gsmleus. Spotted wilt is caused by an infectious principle or virus which pe:- | lueates. throughout the sap of diseased pl:mts. It is uor iransinined by sew I or soil, however. s-i that vuiiu;.' loinato stH^dliiifit' vrinvn in any soil are1 at first free of the disease. rnfortuiiately. j many other plants liesirfe*? «i/n.c(,¥r ...

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Northern District Racing Meeting at Three Springs DAY OF DOUBLES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Northern District Racing Meeting at Three Springs DAY OF DOUBLES Under the auspices of the Three j Springs Race Club, an enjoyable race meeting was conducted on the course at that ceuti-e on Saturday last. The weather conditions were extremely pleas;! ut for outdoor sport and there was quite a satisfactory attendance, included in the patrons being many visitors from other centres in the North ; Midlands and also from Geraldton. [ The fields generally were somewhat small,' but despite tins fact the racing was of a very interesting nature. The chief event of the programme was won by Mr. M. Cousins' Gay Label, who also scored in the concluding race of the day. Mr. T. E. Angel won a double with Mulgine and Cailiboo, and Mr. F. C. Bridges won the other two events with Santo aud Eleta. The most suc cessful jockey of the day was Dillon, who had two winning mounts. The details of the afternoon's racing were as follows: — MAIDEN HACK RACE Four furlongs Mr. F. C. Bridges' Santo, 10.0 (Major) ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

MISCELLANEOUS ?; l^_T Geraldton Newspapers Limited \ you can obtain all your school \ requisites (except text books) at mink V mum prices. J J^ BED, Board, and preferably Roof ^ urgently required by Male Rank 5 Clerk; has no wife, wireless, children \ or d-»tf: prospective tent dweller. — S Ames, P.O. Box 12.-, Geraldton. Ij AVAILABLE at United Motors, Hay Street, Perth — Sun Visors, Door and Boot Locking Handles with Keys, Dome Lamps, Cylinder Head Gaskets (all types), Rugby '4'' and Ford 'A' Pistons. — Contact iiLJl West. J^OYS' New*24-iuch Austral Cycle, £15/7/- (cash or rernis). Now ou show at Young Motors Pty. Ltd., Mar ine Terrace, Geraldton. . — . — . | JJLVFF POINT Parents and Citizens' ] Dance iu Bluff Point Hall on Sat- i urday next, February 21st: good floor, [ good music and dainty supper. Come ? along. ' BATTERIES I Car aud Truck Types ! — The new 'Vesta' with 20 per ' cent, extra capacity, new exclusive ! hydrox plates and 27 and 24 months' ' guarantee. Immediate deliv...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

. - - Births, Marriages and Deaths BIRTH LUCKARAS (nee Capowell)— On Feb ! rusiry 1-5;!), V.iiS, at the Geraldton I Maternity Hospital, u« ? Kasil and I'lida — a daughter. Both weii. DEATH LAMB.— On February 15th, 1948, Mary Ernesta, loved wife of Louis Frederick Lamb, of Geraldton, mother of Evelyn, Edith, Winifred, Reginald and Merva : aged 75 years. SCARFF (Lindrum James)— On Fob ruary 13th, 1JM8, at Geraldton. loved brother of Elizabeth ami family ; aged SI years. SCARFF (Lindrum James) — On Feb ! ruary 13th. 1948, at Geraldton, fond uncle of Keith, Noel, Trevor. Wai 1:mv. Alex and Ian, of Northam; aged SI years. IN MEMORIAM BURROWS — In loving memory of our darling little girl (Margaret), who passed away at Geraldton' on Feb ruary Hith, 1041. Never shall you be forgotten, Never shall your memory fade: Our fondest love will ever linger Around the grave where you are laid. — Inserted by her loving Mummy and Daddy and little sisters. CARY — To the memory of my youngest brother Eri...

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Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Headquarters W.A.T.C. WEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Headquarters W.A.T.C. WEIGHTS The following weights have been issu«*d for the Western Australian Turf Club iiHH*tin:J: to Ite conducted at head qiiariers «.n Saturday nexr : — ? DCUA1JL1-: HAM'HCAI' ? For two-yeai-Hildsl Six furlouirs I'recedeur - - 1» 2 Melter's (II. - 7 *J- Creskin - - - s 13 Merreihn - - 7 7 San HaJkan - 7 13 Quicksand - - 7 7 Kssential - -?? U Kearney - - - 7 T Lord Mylo - - 7 12 Fine Flare - 7 -i Aesthete - - 7 11 Axothic - - - 7 4 K.ipkl Mover 7 11 Vejra - ? 7 4 Joan's Star - 7 lo day 1'ierette 7 1 Eny. I-uly - 7 M Iio Leap - - 7 -- lted Berry - 7 9 Gold Moth - 7 o Itradail ? 7 it New Fiddle - 7 -J Frivolous S. 7 -S FLAME MATDKX ( For live-years and under) I Sc»ven furlongs . j Cyclotron - - '.» '» Comet Yale - 7 '.) li.'sotind ? fS 3 1'antess - - - 7 :- Tonerte - -.- - S 4 The Turk - - 7 7 Itodisoti - - - S 1 Fair Itlnssniu 7 7 His Double - S 2 Kialla l^uiy 7 7 P.rijrht Shine s -♦ Aermarc ? 7 -'» Our Treat - - 7 13 AjrriJeia ? 7...

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