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War Against Cancer Discoveries in America EFFECTS OF COSMIC RAYS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

War Against Cancer Discoveries in America EFFECTS OF COSMIC RAYS At about the time when the Uiiited. St;;fes w;i.s jrinliuj.' for an iuteusiiit d \\;tr ii^itin^t e.ni:-.-. Dr. I-iank H. -i. Kifrjre, of. the l'itiversity of Alarylai d Medi--al Scfuxil, raised a startling ques tion : — 'Can caiMvr Ik* iireveuied ;ii ailjf' To find out whether it would i-o worth while investigating thu effect ol the ever-i»resent eosmit: rays ou the growth of cancer, he undertook experi ments with mice. Instead of digging 700 feat underground, or covering kis laboratory with a lead roof 50 fe«'t thick — the only means to achieve freo d»mi from cosmic radiation — he placed cancer-stimulated mice iu metal cagos and arranged lead plates over them so that each cage received a different dose of radiation, ranging up to an intense shower of cosmic rays. The highest percentage of cancerous tumours appeared n mice exposed to the richest radiation. Within ten weeks, 111 mice under a concentration of cos mic ray...

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CHAPTER XXV.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

CILU'TEI! XX V.— - Continued ) ! It whs nlmosr «l«uk when Lsixton I jirrived ar Htmle.v. lie had left the i exjtr-.'ss at Itournenuiiith (.'entral ; motoring «tver t-- the i ire-:i rran^ed 1 rende/.vuus. wheiv he met the chiei I coustnhle and a number of other im 1 i»-. rtant oiiicials. A j-lan of action was decided upon, wirti variations to suit possible eveuiualities, and then Laxton made his way to the Morton's bunga low. Sheila, concealing hut ill the intense excitement she was feeling, inintduced him to the family, much to 11 ally's joy. It was her first meeting with such a celebrity. 'Where is little rejryy. of whom 1 have heard so much*:' he enquired, and her mother replied: 'Ah, she is in bed, asleep.' 'Rut can't I have just a i*eep at her. please Y' he begged. 'I am an old bachelor myself, but I love kiddies.' Tip-toeing into Peggy's room, he gazed at her in peaceful slumbers tenderly hugging her dolly Susie to her side. When they came out Dick took Lax ton aside and said :...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

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Tennis Tournament Annual Fixture at Geraldton HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

Tennis Tournament Annual Fixture at Geraldton HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PLAY (Ij.v '?Top Spin') (mioiI [irjijjros-s w;is iu:ide with tiiv ;h)!hi;i! -;-';;) kl toil 'IVmiui Club cliaiu piuiiships -luriii£ ln.st \v«vk-*'ii-i. TIk lno^- inv «if a stLt:ii^ s-mtln*rly busier mi lxith tiaianluy and Sunday afu-rnoou in soiue t'xti'iit marred the strokinj; of [iljiyrrs, Ijuc ri'jtwithsTnndinjr this then? were some very jr«tod p«.*rf«»ruiauces. hj the men's cliainpiunship singles A. Fdiijr was extended by I*. Grey and after an uncertain start settled down id play belter tennis. Itowe w.-is not .?xteixled in lie.-H - -. F-ni;r. ulw was lilerally lil.-isted from ihe court by Howe's powerful drives. ? Ttiwushend started very carefully against A. Foit^. I inn eventually wore him down by superior command of length. The hig;li liuln of !be weelc-eFid a-' far as the men's cliampionship singles was cuii cerned was the defeat (if the number I'oiir seeded player - K. Minchin) by 1). Hanks after a lonjr three-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

Lumfiago saps energy and initiative ^^ To be rid of the agony of lumbago and rhsumafic pain get to the cause . . . the poisonous wasie matter that seeps info your bloodstream to lodge In your joints as knife-edged uric acid crystals. Get Kruschen Salts to work, and quickly, gently cleanse your system of waste, purify the blood stream and free your muscles and joints from the grip of rheumatic pain. HOW KRUSCHEN WORKS Clinical tests have proven the two fold velue of a small daily dose of Kruschen Salts (enough to cover a sixpence in the morning cup of tea). First — the bloodstream is purified. Second — bodi'y functions are kept _%_?-— normal, regular and {/ --=T\j complete. /fa^% -?& // Tone up witK litr ^ ~ r! Kruschen— the health WW^*J course of millions. \ y KRUSCHEBi SI I T A lit a bottle at afl H L I V Chemists and Stores Oef that Kruschen feeling (^IIII.IMtKX - All S.-Ikm.I I'.iii.Iis )-'X-vpt --*xt Ixvticj-t ;jii-l -nh«'r ScIhmiI Ke-]!'.isit»-s :u-- --lii:iiu;il'l-- at...

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Eastern States Racing Meeting at Caulfield SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

Eastern States Racing mi Meeting at Caulneld SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME The fallowing ;jr:- the acceptances for th«- rmv meeting t-; he conducted b\ the V.A.T.C. at Caulfie-ld on Satur day next :- - ST. CLAIIl TRIAL (First Division) Nine furlongs ('?as* in ---'.) o ivtrnia lihie 8 1 Graeme - - S 'I't Talon ? S 2 San Joaness S 10 Prince Ru. - S 0 Anthelion - - S S Authority - 7 12 Kinlock - - - 8 8 Coxswain - 7 10 Gai'dema - - S -» Loose Talk - 7 TO Margratu - - S -? Old Vic. ? 7 7 San Manual S ?i ST. ( 'LA lit TRIAL (Second Division) Nine furlongs IMiutia ? S 13 Maxiums - - 8 4 Lt.rena - - - 8 10 Gay Megsie - S 2 Touch & Gr- 8 10 Ji-oii Crown -S 0 High James S S Takitimo - 8 0 I)?rfla ? S 0 Dream U«:-ks 7 P_» Ilenlev - - - S G Lady Norm. 7 10 Photon ? 8 0 Golden Ch. - 7 7, STAXLKY PLATE (Three-year-olds) ' One mile Colins t'ride 8 10 Pearlotte - - 7 12 Cmitdes - - 8 10 Origon ---78 Westra Man - 8 10 P,elmout - - 7 8 Dumfrios - - 8 8 South 'Wind 7 d Ulterior --S0 Sunhaven - - 7 4 C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

few Lines Now Offering GERALDTON ♦-inch Dorset Towelling at 1 4/- per yard (coupon free) 20 x 20 Irish Linen Serviettes from 6/3 each )~inch Rose and Fawn Curtain Nets from 3/6 per yard Hnch Heavy Quality Silk Curtain Nets at 5/2, 6/3, 7/6,7/11 and 8/7 per yard --inch Lace Centre Curtaining in biscuit shade 5/2 yard J-inch 'Cepea' Furnishing Brocade,, large floral centre ; designs at 9/~, 1 1 /5 and 1 3/2 per yard )-inch Satin-Finish Cretonne, blue ground, 4/7 per yard l-inch and 60-inch Tapestry in all shades at 13/11, 14/11 and 15/8 per yard Drgeous Dress Fabrics in floral designs from 6/1 i to 12/6 per yard (two coupons) 5-inch House Gown Brocades at 9/~ and 1 1 /5 per yard (two-and-a-half coupons) 1 Shades in Firm Head Cloths at 3/6 per yard (two coupons) ;w Season Wools including Paton & Baldwins, Excelsior, ingjo, Baby Wool and Daphne Crepe in all shades; also Knitting Books and a Full Range of Needles Big Range of Floral Cottons, including patterns suit able for child...

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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies « Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES 'Captivating Viennese melodies and a gay and colorful romance are presented in exquisite settings iu 'Waltz Time,' which will be screened at the Radio Theatre to-night. The main support ing attraction is 'One Exciting Week,' an amusing comedy featuring Al Pearce ami a brilliant cast. The programme for Friday aud Saturday flights is con stituted as follows: — 1 ) — Australian Review. 2)— 'Pressed to Kill' (Basil Rath bone and Nigel Bruce). 3) — Brevity. [4) — 'San Antonio*' ' (Errol Flynu, Alexis Smith, John Litel and ' Paul Kelly). 'San Antonio' The epic courage of the men who in the 'seventies' defended the growing West against 'marauding bands oC lured gun-slinsers is grapbically flepioted in 'San Antonio,' which will in\ screened on Friday aud Saturday eights next and at Saturdays matinee. Such a man, one Clay Hardin, has been made the central ligure in the film, and lie is played with inspired vigor aud L'Miliusias...

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A Missing Ketch Fremantle Boy's Fate PARENTS' ANXIETY Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

A Missing Ketch Fremantie Boy's Fate PARENTS' ANXIETY. Perth, This Afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Scott, of Wright Street, j Ueaconslield, believe their seveuteen year-old son (Cyril) is aboard the auxiliary ketch Taipan (Shangri-la). ; which is missing off the north of Queensland, but according to a message from another West Australian who left the ketch Scott took a shore job in Melbourne following a change of skip pers. Scott sailed from Fremantie on the i Taipan on October 26th. Two other Western Australian men (assistant engineer Jim Carthew, of Grosvenor Road. Mt. Lawley, and Terry Ander son, of Collie Street, Fremantie) were i also aboard. Carthew and Anderson did not sail with the ketch when she left for Noumea wtiere she is now six days overdue. They went to Cairns intend ing to rejoin there, but the ketch left Brisbane without clearing Customs, did nr.t call at Cairns and has not been heard of since February 3rd. Mr. Scott said to-day that he heard that his. son had left the Taip...

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Geraldton Swelters To-day's High Temperature POPULARITY OF BEACHES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

Geraldton Swelters To-day's High Temperature POPULARITY OF BEACHES After a succession of cool days Ger- ; aldton experienced a .sudden and ills- ( ??uinfcrting return to summer conditions during the past twenty-four hours, to-day's maximum reading of 110.^ | ih-grees being the highest recorded this summer. Since Friday last the southerly bus ter had bh;wii. at times with pro nounced violence, and bathers and « ther patrons of the beaches complained of the unseasonable weather. The strong wind blew up the sand, and long before nightfall mi Sunday last the largo crowds of the early afternoon had dwindled to a few hardy enthusiasts ami vigorous youngsters who saMtied unaffected by the elements and the cut ling sand in ibeir insatiable search for recreation ami in expending their apparently limitless energies in frolick ing on the waterfront. Yachtmen experienced a strenuous time in the weekly race conducted by the Gerald ton Yacht Club, and beach patrons wort* provided with a thrill wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

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Quality Lambs in Demand WETHERS AT FIRM RATES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

Quality Lambs m Demand WETHERS' AT FIRM RATES There was keener competition for good quality lambs at the fat stock sales at Midland Junction on Wednes day and prices generally were from V- to 1/0 per head dearer. Other liue« remained unchanged. Good trade weight wethers met a strong demand Jit tirai values but the plain aiid medium animals, owing to limited bidding from graziers, barely maintained late rates. Ewes were keenly sought at prices LMjual to last week's quotes. Sheep (7,997 yarded}: Quotations: —Wethers: Best heavyweight, 46/- to ?18/- (odd pens higher) ; best medium weight, 42/- to 45/-; best lightweight, 3--/- to 40/-; medium, 34/- to 37/-; j plain and light, lower. Ewes : Best heavy weight, 30/- to 33/- (extra prime :aid weighty, higher) ; best Hiediuni weight, 26/- to 29/-: best lightweight, '_3/- to 24/-; medium, 17/- to 19/-; plain aud light, lower. Lambs (i»,44S yarded): Quotations: — Best heavyweight, 43/- to 4S/- (extra prime and weighty, higher) : best I nsedium...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

Northampton Market ? AND ? Genuine Clearing Sale Thursday, February 26th, 1948 Market at Northampton at 2 p.m. sharp; immediately afterwards Clear ing Sale -jii the property of 'luau- herri,' three miles north of Northamp ton and one wile west of the main road. ! J7JLDER. SMITH & CO. LIMITED have received instructions from various owners to -«JTer at the Market and from G. Clifton & Sons, who have dissolved partnership, to offer at the property by auction as above: — Market at Saleyards, Nor thampton at 2 p.m. sharp 9r-.'j Sheep comprising :— 50 Fat Merino Wethers : SO Fat Merino Ewes ; 123 Merino Wethers, 11 months' wool; ISO Merino Wether Weaners; 50 Bor der Leicester Cross Wether Weaners; .'.00 Merino Weaners, mixed sexes. Bungaree Blood Merino Ewes joined to Bungaree Blood Merino Rams : — 104, U years, outstanding line; 30, 2, 3 and 4 years ; 150, 4 and 0 years, September shorn: S6, 6 years and cast-for-age. Horses: — Team of six Farm Wor kers, right ages, includ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths 1 DEATH CARSS (Joseph H. M.)— On February lSrh. ISMS, at the Victoria District Hospital, Geraidton, 'dearly loved husband of Maude, loved father of Ivy (Mrs. %L Francis), Eddie, Ruth, Jack, I^es and Laura (Mrs. \ E. deary), loved father-in-law of Jim, Joan (Mrs. L. Sells) and Ted, loved Pa of Chiryl, Maureen and Mar . garet : aged (ft years. Peace, Perfect Peace. CARSS (Joseph H. M.)— On February ISth, 194S, at the Victoria District Hospital, Geraldton, dearly loved father of Ivy (Mrs. J. Francis), loved father-in-law of Jim and loved Pa of Chiryl ; aged 05 years. Cherished 'Memories. CARSS (Joseph H. M.)— On February ISth, 194S, at the Victoria District Hospital, Geraldton, fond Dad of Laura, father-in-law of Ted and dear Pa of Margaret Cleary; aged 65 years. Sweet Peace. CARSS (Joseph H. M.)— On February. ISth, 194S, at the Victoria District Hospital, Geraldton, dearly loved Dad of Jack Sells: aged 65 years. Rest on, Dear Dad. CARSS (Joseph H. M.)— On ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Miscellaneous — All adver- tisements under this heading are charged at 7d. per line with mini- mum of 2/-. Wedding Reports and Lists of presents, 3/- per in Funeral Reports and Lists of Wreaths, 3/- per in. Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Birth Notices — Minimum (5 lines), 3/6. Deaths, Marriages, Fun- eral and Memoriam Notices — Minimum (5 lines), 3/6. Leader Page or other Paragraphs under read- ing matter. 7d. per line

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

| Testing sidewalls for GOODYEAR TYRES This curious-locking contrivance helps to     provide Goodyear tyres with the longest lived   sidewalls. Since manv blowouts occur in the sidewall area, this sidewall quality is very impor- tant. This machine stretches twists and strains   strips of sidewall rubber. It gives them the same     ?constant flexing and produces the same fatigue   they would get in a tyre on your car. The   machine is even located on the roof, wide open           to the elements. For weather, too, is tough on sidcwalls. This machine continuously demonstrates   that Goodyear sidewalls give the longest life — the greatest safety against blowout. No wonder That Goodyear tyres have been the world's first   choice for 33 consecutive years. GOOD YEAR TYRES More people, the world OV...

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Fatality at Yornup Death of Timber Worker PINCH BAR SLIPPED Bridgetown, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

Fatality at Yornup     Death of Timber Worker PINCH BAR SLIPPED Bridgetown, This Afternoon. A timber worker (Basil Sarbin) died at the Bridgetown Hospital on Tuesday as a result of injuries received the pre vious day. He had been using a pinch bar to load logs in the bush at Yornup when the bar slipped, forcing him to his knees. He suffered a stomach injury.

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Cricket in Perth Indians Fight Back PROGRESS SCORES Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

Cricket in Perth ? ♦ Indians Fight Back x PROGRESS SCORES Perth, This Afternoon. The match between Western Austra lia and India was continued at the W.A.C.A. ground this afternoon. After making an uncertain start the visitors fought back strongly, being greatly helped by an innings of 70 by Gul Mahomed. Details of the scores at the time of going to press were as fol lows : — WESTERN AUSTRALIA First Innings Caruiody, b Rangaehari. ? S3 Edwards, c Hazare, b Mankad . . 14 Outridge, l.b.w., b Amir Elahi . . 28; Herbert, l.b.w., b Mankad ? 33 Watt, c Sarwate, b Mankad ., .. 24 l^angdon, hit wicket, b Mankad ?? 55 lifgg, run out ...-.' ? 12 Sands, b Gul Mahomed ? 2 O'Dwyer, c Irani, b Sarwate .... 4 Puckett, not out ? 4 Cumming, c Hazare, b Mankad .. 0 Sundries ? J Total - 270 Bowling: Rangaehari, one for 41; Ainarhath, nil for 17; Hazare, uil for 20: Mankad, five for 60; Sarwate, one for 29: Amir Eiaht, one for 16 ; Nayuda, nil for 55 : Gul Mahonied, one for 2rf. INDIA First Innings ?Man...

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Change of Fortune A Windfall for Prisoner BEQUEST FROM WILL Melbourne, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

Change of Fortune *i ? A Windfall for Prisoner BEQUEST FROM WILL Melbourne. February 21. A man who is serving a short sen lencp in Bemligo gaol will be the richer l-y nearly £1.000 when he is released soon. He has been notified by a legal firm that he has been left property by relatives who died recently.

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Australia's Future "Tremendous Prosperity" MR. McKELL'S CONFIDENCE Launceston, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

Australia's Future 'Tremendous Prosperity' MR. McKELL'S CONFIDENCE Launceston, February 21. i : Australia is on the eve of great devel opments and tremendous prosperity awaits the country, the Governor General (Mr. W. McKell) said at a civic reception here. Mr. McKell said that he wished the people of Australia would realise their tremendous respon sibilities.

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