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ITALY'S DICTATOR A DETERMINED PERSONALITY HOW HE WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
ITALY'S DICTATOR A DETERMINED PERSON ALITY HOW HE WORSS. A .visitor to the Palazzo Chiig, where S^ignpr Mussolini lives and works when infiome, is conscious at .once of a pro found stillness. There is (writes tuc £on«e . correspondent of a London paper) none of the cheerful chatter of the cafes in the corridors of the pal azzo. ££gnor Mussolini believes that silence is essential to efficiency. The attendants gave the fascist sal ute in complete silence, and conversa tion', was conducted in a whisper. I was taken to a door, through which 1 was ' gently guided, and found myself in an enormous room, at the .opposite angle of which was seated a figure at a desk— SussolinL There was an array of - telephones beside' him, but on the de&k notbin gbut a memorandum pad. The uee rose from his seat and shook hands cordiallq. » Speaks Excellent ?g'eHpi» Onr conversation was contacted in English, which Signor Mussolini speaks remarkably well considering that it is not very' long 'since he...
NORTHAM'S MYSTERY SUPPOSED ALLIGATOR IN THE AVON. Northam, January 16 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
NORTHAM'S MYSTERY . ? — — . «-»» ? SUPPOSED ALLIGATOR IN THE AVON. Northam. January 16 The hunt for the mysterious creatui-«» alleged to have been seen contused last, night by the police. Half of the inhabitants of the town lined the banks of the river above the weir where the creature which was thought to be an al ligator, was reported to have been seen several times. Inspector Johnson, who saw it last night,, said tEat it was about eight feet long. Several theories to explain the pres ence of the alligator in the river have been advanced. A man taking kangaroos, emus and other animals from the North to the Zoological Gardens, at South Perth rec-' entl camped for a night in Northam and it is thought that he may have had an alligator which escaped. Zoo authorities have no record of an alligator having been' brought dowp' by^ihat man. Another theory is that an alligator's egg was carried down by an employee of the Wyndham Meat Works and it might have hatched.
CRAZE FOR EXCITEMENT SYDNEY'S EVENING SPORTS FOOTBALL MATCHES POPULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
CRAZE FOR EXCITEMENT SYDNEY'S EVENING SPORTS FOOTBALL MATCHES POPULAR. One of the chief troubles of the peo ple of Sydney is what they will do at night-time, says the Sydney correst pondent of the Melbourne 'Age.', Tin hares did seem a wlay out of the difficulty until the Government sup pressed betting, and the audiences fad eu 'away, seeking some other form of excitement. It has come along quicker than anticipated. Someone in New castle had a brain wave, and, finding there was not sufficient excitement in ?tin hares, decided to try out night footbalL It must have been a soccer enthusiast, for' in Newcastle they would play soceer football all the year round,- if the cricketers did not threa ten them with some form of .terrible Vinion^punis^aent for blaeklegging on sport and, the seasons. The first match waim :-greatF success. ? * ., Now Sydney is fe»1Hng it on. Jfoot ball grounds are being installed with flight. , There is no difficulty in getting -teams- together, for night, footba...
AMUSEMENTS. TO-NIGHT & WEDNESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
AMUSEMENTS. TO-NIGHT & WEDNESDAY 1— Gazette. 2. — Bray -Magazine. * 3.-^Comedy. . 4._l:' Loves .of Carineit? '-^Dolores del j Eio and Victor McLagien. 'Loves of Carmen.' I To-night's audience will be trans ported to the romantic atmosphere of j Spain, So faittifully has Raoul Walsh '.interpreted it in 'Loves of Carmen,' screening to-night and at Northampton j on Saturday. Victor' Mcliaglen has the role of E-camillo, the toreador. An ' other star to be seen is Dolores del Bio as Carmen. Director Walsh spent mon ths in a study of Spanish «nistonis and his success was beyond 'question. 'dearing the Trail.' . 'Clearing the TraiL' Hoot Gibson's newest fast-moving success, - will be shown oa IViday. Tne mixture of comedy and thrills, coupled with tne personality of Hoot himself, are the miscd in large doses in lt: Clearing the TraiL' . Sex Bell— New Star. When Tom Mix left the Ibx studious to play in vaudeville/BexiBell was sel ected as the most popular star to take his place. Bel...
PECULIAR POWERS MYSTIFYING PASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
PECULIAR POWERS MYSTIFYING PASSES. A strange and mysterious power by which a young Lyons man can dry up an omnge, convert a beef steak into leather, or stop the germination of vegetables by a few mystic passes, is (writes the correspondent of the Lon don.''' Daily Espress') puzzling all the savants of France. . It '''dates from one Sunday; evening, when M. Georges Gaillard, aged 33, a 'shoe dealer, and amateur hypnotist, re turned home, went into the 'kitchen and picked up two mutton chops. He held the chops in bis hand for a minute, and then, to his astonishment, saw that they had actually shrivelled up. The next day Gaillard went to relate his ,,strajige experience! to Dr. Eumond Lo-- avd^the noted director of the police technical .laboratory. 'I have witnessed Gaillard mummify j^suEioasVkinds of fresh meat, and these inninmincations cannot .be contested. ' ' Dr* Locard. who is an expert on trick tede8«f all^sorts said to me: 'I exam IricS the ineat- before and after bis mys tic m...
DALGETY & CO.'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
DALGETY & CO.'S REPORT Dalgety & Co., have received advice from their Perth office that the wool sales closed with . competition weU sus tained; Bradford and the Continentlift cd abou* equal quantities;: Russian buyers were not operating; America on ly bought a small quantity As coni pVred with the December sales, values for' merino's fleece good to* supBr, were unchanged; ordinary* ahff Inferior were in sellers favour; an* mSBd© skirtings were firm. Lambs' y&* pVr !to 5 per cent higher. .Fine ^e^um^erosgtbrcus'1 met with a, Tte«n deraawT generally with prices 5 per cent- highs*;,' -? ; t Their top prices ;jrere:^-Yarramnp 25-L Murchison, Wynyaugoo 33|d. Edah Billabakmg 23d; practically a full clear ance was .^effected. .,.-?.; ?- -, j
DINGOES METHODS OF TRAPPING AN EXPERT'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
[?] METHODS ^ OlF^i^PPlNf^ AN EXPERT'S ADVICE. '- Traps (says an expert . on dingo de strnction in 'Dalge try's Review'* of January 10) may be 'obtained from most- , ironmongery stores. They are of different sizes, the typ% generally used weighing 81b., with 'a space of eight inches square between' the open jaWS. The jaws'.,; ate ? provided with teeth which should m.t b? too sharp, otherwise the dog may have his leg amputated or, perhaps, bi^ foot nip ped off, and become, although lame. extremely troublesome by reason of his sharpened wits. A trap should not be too sensitive, or 'it may be sprung by rabbite,' ?- ^etc 'To test.it, drop pieces of wood, of different weights from a height of two feet on to the .plate; the piece, which just sets it Off 'should weigh 2, pz., and if this is not so the trap should be adjusted. Always overhaul traps after they have, been sprung, in case they .should be damaged t)r. wrenched In some way. ^he- location, of traps^ depends larg ely on the 'parfc...
PERTH WOOL SALES BIG ATTENDANCE OF BUYERS COMPETITION WILL SUSTAINED. Perth, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
PERTH WOOL SALES BIG ATTENDANCE OF BUYERS ; COMPETITION WELL SUSTAINED. Perth, January 16. At the wool sale held in the Wool Exchange yesterday, there was a largo attendance of buyers, nearly every ; wool manufacturing country being rep- ( resented. Competition * was keen, al though at times irregular. This wa3 apparent when faulty descriptions wer« under the hammer. Values as compar ed with last talcs were firm for merino - and comeback fleeces and skirtings, and at times up to five per cent, higher for , ercssbreds and lambs. ? Bradford buyers purchased a large j proportion of the offerings; Continen- I tal buyers operated strongly on short ? fine .wools, lambs, locks and stained . pieces. American representatives oper ated cautiously. ~, The top price was 25d, per lb., which was obtained for. merino wool, and was realised on several occasions.
LIKE SHEBA'S DAYS SCENES OF BARBARIC SPLENDOUR [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
LIKE SHEBA'S DAYS SCENES OF BARBARIC , SPLENDOUR (By Mary Gannt). . Adis Abbaba is a city enbowtered in trees, great clumps and evenness of blue-green eucalyptus, tinged wiii. a delicate reddish-pink where the new foliage is sprouting, with here and there to break the monotony a tail dark green tree not unlike an English elm. ? me predominant note is green, the green of the eucalyptus of Australia, has a beauty all its own. The keen air is like champagne, for all the sun which deluges the country in colour ful light is the ' blazing sun of ths tropics. - . . The houses are barely visible among, the groves of trees; but there are nu merous narrow footpaths all converg ing on the city. On the great friast day these paths were crowded with a ' multitude of white-clad people, most with the broad red diagonal stripe that . denotes the Abyssinian soldier. A mighty army it looked on this sunny day in -Ethiopia. s It was a great feast! All the approaches to the palace grounds were lined wit...
CENTRAL AUSTRALIA PROBLEM OF SETTLEMENT HOSTILE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
CENTRAL AUSTRALIA PROBLEM OF SETTLE MENT HOSTILE NATIVES. 'Two1 glaring mistakes appear to me to have been, made in the administra* tion of Central Australia. The first is the lack of white women in, the coun try because of the preference to single men for Government positions, and ths* second is the absence of a proper Pro- ! tcctor of Aborigines. ' ' . This opinion j was expressed by Br. L. E. de Ridder, j of the Bush Brotherhood (the Anglican : outback missionary organisation) in Adelaide recently. 'I believe it is true that until re cently the preference of Government appointments has been, given to single men,' continues Mr. de Bidder. 'Sur- ely it ought to be the other way round? It is not good for men to be alone. There arc sonic white -women in the country ,and some of them an- without bush experience. It is wonder ful how well they settle do*, a and how happy they can become. We want j more and more of them, because it is . only the presence of white women that 1 keeps most...
The Geraldton Guardian & Express WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1929 THE BLACK SHEEP RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
Wax -SeraU-fcm (SirarMsm & (£xpr*00 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1929 THE BLACK SHEEP RETURNS Thoughtful and moderate members of the Australian Labour Party will view wiiu some misgiving the return of Mr. J. S. Garden to the party fold. Mr Garden was expelled from the- move ment four years ago, his offence being that he had stood as a Communist can: du^te^ He^pj^cja^ Jtetjie .,;»«£ titled by effluxion'of time to membpr^ ship of the party, and therefore takes .for granted his re-admission. It may be true that the rules of the party entitle an expelled member to seek re-admission after four years, but it is surely essential that the expelled member's record during those four years should be taken into account be fore he is accepted once more as' a full member. Since Mr. Garden 's ex- j pulsion from the party he has until ! very recently provep the most active and unashamed propagandist of Com munism in the Commonwealth, and the; affiliation of the Trades and- Labour Council with the...
JAPAN'S ROYAL HOUSE THE NEW EMPEROR 124th IN UNBROKEN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
JAPAN'S ROYAL HOUSE THE NEW EMPEROR 124tli IN DTNBROKEN IJNE. With solemn rites and a ceremonial which has been in use since the dawn of history, the Emperor Hirohito, of Japan, was enthroned on November 10, at Kyoto, the ancient capital of his dynasty. He is the 124th ruler in an unbroken line from the Emperor Jemnra Tenno in the 7th century B.C.— not long after Romulus had been thinking of the foundation of Borne. *- It is nearly tort) years since the Im perial accession, but it is the Japanese .tradition that the enthronement shall be postponed until tbe long period of national mourning is over. The Crown has never figured in .Japan as the supreme emblem of power. It's place is taken by: The Mirror, The Sword, The Sacred Stone. These are gifts of the Sun Goddess to the founder of the Imperial House. They figure in elaborate ceremonies, the inspiration of which is entirely in the past. Even their date could not be announced until it had been communi cated by special messenger to t...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
3irihs, Marriages and Deaths BIRTHS CONSTANTINE (nee Williams).— On January 15, at Geraldton Maternity Home, to Mr. and Mrs. CoL Con , stantine, of 'Yarradale,' Oaka bella, a son. Both w.clL MALEY. — On January 16, at Ardagh ' Nursing Home, to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Malcy, of Arrino, a daughter (Joyce Margaret). Both well.
NEW AFGHAN RULER AN ORTHODOX MOSLEM SYMPATHY TOWARDS BRITAIN London, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
NEW AFGHAN RIJLER AN ORTHODOX MOSLEM SYMPATHY TOWARDS BRITAIN London, January 15. ' The Afghan Legation in London has informed the 'Daily Telegraph' that it has received a message from Kabul as follows: — ' - ; 'King Anianullak, out of patriotic and; friendly, feelings, and of his own , free/ wi0 has' handed^ over his kingdom. J to f his el|er brothcV.^ The' etjjsfcjng re- j latiOns with foreign, countries -will icon' tinue. ' j; . . . . ? :.' . ..?..-. . : ?? ? It is SSderstood; that' AnVawullah's , brother, Prince Inayafublaii, i£.:gympa rtiieSSf* l'i*r;Hjds .? Jjiit^yx-and that t^cp/ir . sequently Af gl^tygta.ir's ; relations* * 'f ir India 'are likely to be amicable. The new ruler is a» thoroughly . orthodox. : Moslem and is greatly under the in fluence of the Priests. If is improbable I that he will repeat .-' his brother's mis- j take of forcing unpopular reforms upoji the people. ??-??-.?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
THE PUCE, WHERE MEN BUY BEST ! The Latest Novelties for New Year SHIRTS, SOX, TIES and PYJAMAS. Exclusive Range of English and Australian Suitings. Jos. Johnston, SPORTS DEPARTMENT: A FULL RANGE OF ALEXANDER TENNIS RACQUETS. Latest in Cream and Fancy Flannel Trousers. BORSALINO and SOVEREIGN HATS in Newest Shades. ORDER NOW Cuming Smith or Mount Lyell .Superphosphate. ?- Manufactured by — The Farmers* Company The VICTORIA Insurance Co., Ltd. THE* OLDEST AUSTRALIAN OFFICE Estd. 1849. LIFE, ? WORKERS' COMPENSATION, MOTOR CAB AND ALL ACCIDENT POLICIES EFFECTED. R. JOSEPH, Local Agent — CHAS. H. CURLEWIS, Manager, PEBTH HUMAN ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 'a GOOD CITIZEN 'takes~M' interest in his town, and seeks op portunities to serve it, event at the cost of a little time and money. Above all he buys all his requircet. HE IS AN ASSET- A mere is the kind of man one likes- to mements in his own town. Usually he resident takes no interest in his town beyond getting his living from it. He accept...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
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SOFTWOODS' SHORTAGE NEW ZEALAND OPERATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
SOFTWOODS* SHORTAGE NEW ZEALAND OPERATIONS. Thq imminent world shortage of softwoods, owing to the enormous de mands on its resources for paper pulp, artificial silk and many other subsid iary uses, indicates clearly the urgent necessity for «stablishing plantations for the commercial production of soft woods. New Zealand, owing to its cli matic conditions and heavy rainfall, is considered by forestry experts to be an ideal country for that purpose, and fol lowing the profitable experience of ,ths New Zealand Government, several com panies axe already operating there. The New Zealand Proprietary Ltd., one of the principal companies operat ed, have scientifically planted their areas before Offering bonds. Consider able care was exercised in selecting n site for the plantations on one of th;- Mato Kana islands in the Bay of Plenty, thus securing facilities for transportation, and also a safeguard against fires.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929
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