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SOUTH AFRICA'S FLOCKS STEADY EXPANSION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
SOUTH AFRICA'S FLOCKS «TEADY EXPANSION For the first time the number of sheep in South Africa has exceeded 40, 000,000^ and the greasy wool exported during the twelve months ended June, 1928, exceeded 27O,O00,fl001b.? an in crease for the year of nearly 23,000, 0001b. The average yield per head is also on the up-grade, and provided that prices remain satisfactory a fur ther expansion can be expected, as there are many districts where very few sheep are kept at present, while the possibilities of vast areas compris ing Bhodesia and South-West Africa are very great.
ELECTRICITY IN THE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
eleu;r-city in the home.. One of the pioneers of the science of doing housework electrically was a French engineer, M. Knapp, and partr iy as a pastime, partly to show what really could be done by elec iricity, he built a house ior himself i»j the town of Troyes, in which he ?!zbausted his ingenuity in making :bat servant do as much as possible -?? the work of the ordinary dorr.ss ic. He was one of the first people to have his boots cleaned by electri 'ity, his clothes brushed, his shaving and bath water heated, and his food cooked by electricity; and he also made e^ctricity his footman and his butler. If you are invited to dinner by ilr. TCnapp, and press the front door bell electricity asks your name, cvperts the door, and invites you to -L.::er. As you place your feet on the ir.r.t inskle the door it dusts your shoos and then invites you to be seated while your host descends to grce' you. Electricity announces that din ner is served, and when you are seat ed at table there is no ...
MOTORS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA ONE TO EVERY SEVEN PERSONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
'?-???? . - ?? .. ?. -.?: ^ MOTORS IN SOUTH AU^ ONE TO EVERY SEVEN PJSBSdnB/ South Australia has one^ motor*' *i^; hide to every 7.4 persons in ,tiie QJateP More than 99,000 licenses have been is- * sued, and 77,960 vehicles -were in wse';.;; to the end of last year. There are «npT; running 54,180 cars, 11,229 conuncrcnit^ vehicles, 12^46 motor ^cycles, w»fta3^ tractors. The revenue' from aBOtmir^K*3 Mcles during the year ended SiniBeiSilfe last was £528^95, compared NrattEa iE296,825 for , the previous yeat;' '*&%*$£ ; -.?-.-. : ; ?* , ' -?;'' **&**#
GERALDTON-PERTH ROAD INFORMATION FOR MOTORISTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
GERALDTON-PERTH ROAD 1NTOBMATION FOE MOTORISTS^ For the information of .moi»nste;4ltej Main Roads Board has supplied 'pi&m&gt lowing. notes on recent works on: epofer? try roads. — .- -*?'?':? -.-^ Jioora-Geraldton . Road. — Maintenance^ work is being carried out in the -Cantt--; mah Koad Board district, particular^ two bad holes on sand plains areiieiiBg:^ repaired -? ;.' .??.-. ? ,. ... . v -,. r -;'rr? Moora Boad Board. — In fair' cwiSfif^ tion. ' ; / ' *' . ..?;?.. '?' ?-. -??--'.-?-'? x:
A FAULTY TRAP LANDLADY AS AMATEUR DETECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
A FAULTY TRAP LANDLADY AS AMATEUR DETECTIVE. How a woman attempted to play the part of amateur detective, but failed to trap her quarry, was recently told at Tower Bridge Police Court, London. Frederick Arthur Tounger was charged with stealing £2, the money of Mrs. Emily Clark, from a bedroom at tlie same address. Mrs. Clark said Tounger was a lodger. For some time she had missed money from a purse which she secreted in her bed when she left tbe house. In the hope that the thief inijrht be betrayed by footprints, Mio strewed the spot inside her door with soot and later found foot-marks leading to her bed, and jailed the po lice. Sheadmitted she missed no money that day, because she inadvertently took her purse with her. DetectiveSer geant Terry said he found Tounger's iieel marks corresponded exactly with i those in the bedroom. Mr. Tassell ' said he could not conviet on the heel marks alone, as nothing had been stolen on the day they were found -so Tounger was discharged.
PRICES PAID FOR PETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
PRICES PAID FOR PETS. It is true that one half of the world has no knowledge of how the other half exists. Many people make nice little sums from peculiar trades, and one of the strangest of these perhaps is the animal mart. Here numberless wild beasts are tamed, and soli to subscribers at prices hitherto undreamed of. Like all produce brought from across tbe seas, animals are costly owing to the high freightage. I bad occasion recently to be down in the vicinity of the docks on bus iness, and in an unpretentiouslook ing street, in a certainly unprepos sessing neighbourhood, shops of this kind abound. I popped into one of these dingy establishments, curious to know the price of some of the strange animals on view in the windows. The result of my search was surprising, and dis tinctly humorous. Profiteering has dealt hardly with the animal trade. Baptista from Italy now pays three times as much as formerly for his barrel-organ fa vourite — sixty silver shillings being the price deman...
MOTOR CARS BIG INCREASE IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
MOTOR CARS BIG INCREASE IN N.S.W. Still the number of motor vehicles increases. On 30th June there were 209,659 in Xew South Wales, writes the Sydney corespondent .of the Melbourne ' ' Age. ' ' Some people must havo more than their share, for there are quite a lot of people who have one who cannot .afford the upkeep. The petrol bill for the Stale runs into about £7,(K»n,-J00 a year. It is getting almost as big as the drink bill, and if the good oil is not struck soon politicians, are sure to find in this expenditure . ?either grounds for a sumptuary law or a means of extorting excise. Already , serious questions are being asked con cerning the cstafclislimrnt of service stations, which are taking the place «f hotels oa the chief corners of thn ! suburbs.- They glow with talking lights, and seem never to sleep. Some people arc seeking to bring them under tlie oarly-elosing act ,for some reason i»V-t known to themselves. They want to know how it is that if hotels close at 6 o'clock, w...
TROUBLE AT HANKOW AN EXPLOSIVE SITUATION JAPANESE CONCESSION BARRICADED Peking, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
TROUBLE AT HANKOW AN EXPLOSIVE SITUATION JAPANESE CONCESSION BARRICADED , Peking, January 14. Leoation despatches from Hankow in dieate the growth there of en explosive situation, somewhat like the jeme with which the British were faced in 1927. A severe anti-Japanese boycott, which developed from an incident on Decem ber 21, when a Chinese coolie was in. jured by a Japanese motor vehicle, has taken such a serious turn that 'Japanese women and children have been calteJ into the Japanese concession, wliien naval forces have barricaded with barb ed wire. i Chinese labor pickets arc forcing out Chinese employees of Japanese firms, and in one or two instances assaults upon Japanese have becn*cported. The Chinese are demanding the witu drawal of the Japanese naval forces, and the return of the concession t*r China.
EMPIRE AIRWAYS ENGLAND-INDIA LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
EMPIRE AIRWAYS J3NGLAND-1NDIA LINE. In preparation for the opening of the air mail service betwjben England and India in April, Imperial Airways Limited has engaged a number of new pilots, all of whom formerly served .vitli the Royal Air Force. The pilots are undergoing training in the flying of the big Handley-Page Rolls-Royce and Armstrong-Siddeley air liners and they are mglfitig a speci fied number of cross-Channel : fights seated beside regular pilots. The co. t of firing a triple-turret salvo in the case of H.M.S. Nelson ib about £70B' ?? '?? ?-'.'. '-.-' '??-??', ?-;
COLTS' TRIANGULAR MATCHES WEST AUSTRALIAN REPRESENTATIVES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
COLTS' TRIANGULAR * MATCHES WEST AUSTRALIAN KEPEESENTA TIVES The W.A.C.A. selectors met on. Sat-, urday evening and chose the following colts to plav against South Australia next Saturday at the W.A.C.A. ground:—^ B. Bryant (capt.),.F. Bryant, E. Bromley, A. Drew, E. Harding, B. Hal combe, W. Horrocks, M-Invcrarity, W. McBae, M. Webster, E. Wilbcrforce, W. Bryant (12th man).
AMERICAN FARMERS THE MARKETING OF WHEAT HIGHER TARIFF SCHEME Washington, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
AMERICAN FARMERS THE MARKETING OF WHEAT HIGHER TARIFF SCHEME Washington, January 14. Senator Charles M 'Nary explained to a press correspondent, to-day the pur poses .of his new agricultural relief mea sure. 'Taking wheat as an Illustration/* , he said, 'we plan first to secure orderly . marketing of th. ewhole crop, and next, to hold the surplus for. the most favor able markets abroad jwd«tP get for the United States producer a domestic mar ket price that will be equal to the Liv erpool price plus 42 cents duly on wheat fromi Canada. We hope to compel the American consumer to paj»-42 'cents per bushel more for wheat used in the Unit ed States, and to take what we can get abroad for our surplus crop. We waov to escape the Liverpool pice at fixative of American prices, then we will do the best we can: with the exportable sur plus by holding it for orderly market ing.' I ndiscussing the American Farm Bu- ' rcau Federation's proposals for new ag ricultural' tariffs with Mr. Chester Gra...
"BEER STRIKE" MEEKATHARRA HOTELS RAISE TARIFF CUSTOMERS BOYCOTT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
'BEER STRIKE' MEEKATHARRA HOTELS RAISE TARIFF CUSTOMERS BOYCOTT A beer strike in Mcekmtharra is in progress as, a result of the hotelkeep-'1 ors' decision to raise the cost of board and lodging from January 1. j A public meeting was held 'in the Australian Workers Union Hall, and resolutions were passed condemning their action, declaring that the workers would not patronise the. hotels ,,for any , refreshments until board was reduced to last year's rates. The publican's retaliated by giving all boarders a week's notice of their intention to close the dining room ex cept to casuals. This action .further incensed the workers and widened the' breach. * A good number of. hotel hands have been given a week's notice. How the matter will end it i$ impossible to say, but both sides are very determined.. ' ? \ ? ? ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
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INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
/NTERESTING IT€M*jj| The majority of Chiaew vomit jennot read or write. , ^.^L Switzerland is electrifying her fBr ':, \f. nays, to save importing coal. . '-'-._? The silkworm moth has ~huea. oatUr ? v rated for more than 4,000 yeata.^ ??-*. Traces of many ^jg»«*f»i« atiE pnH v:: talent have been tountt IB nMauieB :; ;,-)09 years old. v; The game of draughts Is tamm to - have existed, long before the time oE ; the .Ancient Egyptians. ;C A s'lk thread measuring between ; GCO and S00 yards in length may fce : unwound from a silkworm cooooov; . ; . . . ? 'Tramp' aeroplanes, costing «boat [:ii_ £20,003, and able to carry ten tons - of merchandise, are being designed. -- - Be's Vvhich can b» illuminated -Mr. ? terncaUi by electricity are an'Anaxi-: : can invention for Uk* use of nerwooa people. ' ' ' *^' '-??? V Eggs, found in tbe trunk of « laxge elm while being cut into planks, afce*.:'-' e tirnated to have been lying there = about a century. : ?'-.': With vrings nearly a foot in 'wifl...
AMANULLAH AT HOME AFGHANISTAN IN PLUS-FOURS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
AMANULLAHATHOME AFGHANISTAN IN PiUS-FOUBe In a recent issue of the London 'Graphic' Mr. Bonald G. Wild gives a most interesting sketch of the new Af ghanistan and its modernised ruler, 'Mr' Amauullah at Home. In tnc evening the breeze blows cboly off tnc Fahnman range, stretching away into the distance to peaks of 20,000 feet, down; the valley where the King's pal iace nestles. among the trees. In the ornamental gardens.' built in- these last five years by Italian engineers, the Af ghan military band plays one tune, over and over again. The fountains fling water high in tae air, catching the last rays of the sub. as it sinks behind the grim bills, and the strollers, in the gar den lounge contentedly amid the myriad delights of this strip of civilisation in the middle of one of the world's most uncivilised countries. This is the home of Amanullah, Khan of Afghanistan — King no longer by h-a .own decree; to be called for the future by the 'Mister' that is the only title left by order ...
THE FLIRTING EVANGELIST MAUDE ROYDEN'S TOUR London, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
THE FLIRTING EVANGE LIST MAUDE ROYDEN'S TOUB London, Jannaryl2. 'Australia welcomed me more warm ly than the United States, where crit ics called me a smoking, drinking- and flirting evangelist,' Miss Mande;Epy den, who received a. bouquet of 'witHe: on Jier arrival at Victoria station, tojd a Press representative yesterday. -' 'Britons shonld . go. to Ansttafik only when young; it is . diflj&ajHT'fiBjf adults to adapt themselves Vto the rough-and-ready . conditions' . 'obtaining eve? in the cities. Scarcity of labor and Australian independence cause ^a, dearth of the service to which Britons are accustomed,7' declared the pce&eh^r; 'I believe that the Bi^tifih ^verninent' should not financially ^assist migration; to Australia. Australians believe we, are sending only *throw4(nits'J debauch ing in Britain with doles. * '-South Australians were shocked when X, a woman preached in the Ade laide Cathedral, but my visit has done much to reconcile Australians to women pre...
BOWLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 15 January 1929
BOWLING NOTES. (By Backhand) A special meeting of the Geraldton Bowling Club was held last Friday to j consider Carnival matters. Mr. L J. j Chapman (viec-yresident) a large attendance, j It was decided to arrange as many j teams as possible for the Carnival fours j The following team:- have been entered: Brede, Scott, Hannan and Licbenpw. Lcedcr, leaser, Mills and Tryjg. Cbapman, Wheat, D?s and Gjpding. Grccir, Elliott, Whito and Walker. J. Curric, Foster, Constantino anJ Mcadowcroft. Stubbs, Bennetts, Allen and another. BowI-ts »m asked to arrange £.airs for themselves, and to hand -n their i nominations as soon as possible. j A reception will be given to the visit- j ing bowlers at the green on Friday, Jan. 25th, at 8 pan. All bowlers and their friends are. asked to be present. The tenth game in the pairs compet ition was played on Saturday. Five of the teams nominated for the Caraiva! were given a try out, and the team prac tice obtained by them will be very uvf ful to them. The...