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Geraldton Hospital New Committee Approved COMFORTS FOR PATIENTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

Geraldton Hospital New Committee Approved COMFORTS FOR PATIENTS At a recent meeting of the committee of the Rush and McKellar Bequest Fund it was reported that during the twelve months ended on December 31st last, the amount expended on behalf of patients amounted to £lS9/12/o. After noon teas were served daily by women representatives of the Women's Auxiliary of the R.S.L., the Labor Women's' Organisation, the Country Women's Association and the Anglican, Presbyterian and Methodist Church. Fruit, newspapers, gowns, slippers, cups and saucers and special Christmas cheer had also been supplied. The committee elected for fhe ensuing year is composed of the following: — Chairman, the Mayor (Dr. J. McAleer) , Mr. T. Ansell (Government representa tive), Mesdames M., E. Giles and E. Hajtherley (citizens' representatives), Messrs. T. Askew and R. B. Gratte (Friendly societies), Dr.. M. Zilko (medical practitioners' representative) and Mrs. A. Barker (Geraldton Dis trict Council' of the A.L...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Headquarters GOLD PATOIS SCORES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Headquarters GOLD PATOIS SCORES The Western Australian Turf Club conducted n race meeting at headquar ters this afternoon, the chief event on the programme, the Wandering Willie Handicap being won by Gold Patois. I-?tsiiis of -the various races decided are as follows : — DURABLE HANDICAP (For two-year-olds) Six furlongs Precedent, 9.2 (E. Treffone) 1 Melters Glory, 7.8 (Treen) . 2 Gay Pierette. 7.1 (McCloud) 3 Other starters: Essential 7.12, Eng land's Lady 7.9, Red Berry 7.9, Frivol ous Son 7.8, Merredin 7.7. Kearney 7.7, Fine Flare 7.6, Azothic 7.4, Vega 7.4, Gold Moth 7.0. Betting: 7 to -4 on the winner. Dividends : .1/-, 34/-, 'l4/-. FLAME MAIDEN (For five-years and under) Seven furlongs Beau Lass, 7.0 (Marshall) . * Agrileta, 7.4 (McCloud) . . 2 ? Fair Blossom, 7.7 (Reynolds) 3 Other starters: Cyclotron 9.G, Kesouud 8.8, Kodison 8.2, Bright Shine ] 8.O, Polyact 7.13, Koyal Don 7.11, Jay- j land 7.11, Olpuipiau's Pride 7.10, Gay ' Cleo 7.10, Comet ...

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Victoria Park Blaze Hardware Store Damaged TRAFFIC DIVERTED Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

Victoria Park Blaze Hardware Store Damaged TRAFFIC DIVERTED Perth, This Afternoon. A spectacular hre in V ictoria Park to-day caused more than f20,-000 worth of damage to an Albany Road hard ware store. Partly destroyed was the store of Hoods' Hardware Factory in Albany Road, between Kent and Sus sex Streets. The roof of the factory was severely damaged, but the walls were saved. The fire destroyed a huge variety of goods, most of which were army disposals materials. The Victoria Park Fire Brigade and two engines from the Central Fire Station fought the blaze. The flames were under control within half-an-hour of the Central Brigade, under the con trol of Fire-OHicer F. W. Gerhard, arriving on the scene, but because of the nature of the factory's contents it was hours later before the fire was finally extinguished. Early on the scene of the outbreak was the secretary of the Fire Brigade Union (Mr. C. Cross), who lives in the neighborhood. He relayed a call for assistance when ? the V...

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SERPENTINE BUSHFIRE Stock and Property Destroyed EXTENSIVE DAMAGE Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

SERPENTINE BUSHFIRE Stock and Property Destroyed EXTENSIVE DAMAGE Perth, This Afternoon. Pigs have been burned alive, cow- j sheds, milking machines and engines i have been destroyed in a bush fire which is out of control about thirty -three milesT from Perth near the Serpentine Falls. The fire got out of control yes- 1 terday and already has done thousands j of pounds worth of damage. ' At midnight it jumped the Serpentine Falls and swept through about five nro lKTties. About 300 men, including resi dents (if Ariuadale, Jarrahdale, Mundi jonjr, Keysbrook and North Dandalup, as well as Itoads Board men and Fores try hie officers, are battling against a wall of flame. The fire started on the property of Mr. 1'. Kerr. on the Bunbury Road, Serpentine, about 2.10 p.m. A strong south-west wind drove the fire through Mr. Kerr's property to that of Mr. S. I-'. Harris and from then- twoanda half miles through feed and scrub country to the hills above Serpentine Falls. At midnight the wind v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

No 19 HISTORIC HOMES. -pi&* Aboord rhe sailmg ship Cocus, the third tJE||- to arrive :n Western Australia, was Mr. §l&& James GaHcp who founded one of the first W vineyards m the State on the banks of the ^-ifci * Swan River, extending from Nedlands to \J? Claremcr.t At rhe foot of the steps which /;A V Swept down to the river from his two storey t;j|5;-'\fc home wos the ongirci vmeyorc! where dso Vm;—1 '*/ grew fruit free; ond the firsf banone ^^§F plantation in the coiofiy Trie twelve roomed /J^ house was bu.lt cf ^.ton= with a shingled fJM rbef. end between the t*u ioot thick stone jmif~\ cr'^ fr''e ir^'--'e nlaster fht wal!* were tifl». ! §M\^ j ????ith rubble The crncmentcl iron railirp Wh-£JF%f '-'O'--r-ci the sje!co-iv «c. brought from .WfF&- En9'and Toricy seme cf Dalke-th\ finest f;jS» homci srarH on port.ons cf the crgir.e-! '% . Jr GallCp property cf i 60 acres. 'jk PublisheJ os c 1 nbutc to our pioneers bv Jgjjjj The SwGn Brewery Corr.pany...

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS The following passengers travelled to and from Geraldton by the air ser vice of the Mac-Robyrtson-Miller Aviu tiou Couipauj7 Limited during the past three days: — i Geraldton to Pertli (Thursday). — ' Mr. L. Uoucan. ! Perth* to Gemldton ( Friday » — Messrs. A. Locke, It. P. Wilson j! W. Gould. A. X. diddle. M. Logue, I. X. ! Cribble, F. Mauford, Mesdanies K. Criddle and A. IvOcke. Geruldtou to Carnarvon (Friday) — Mrs. F. Fane. Carnarvon to Geraldton (Friday) — Rev. ii. s. Foss, Mrs. L. E. Foss and. Miss M. Foss. '..eruiciton to I'ertn (l-ridayj — Messrs. It. A. Smith. E. -'. Spencer, -;. Johnston, H. Clarson, C. It. Grant Frost, G. McAullay and Mrs. H. Clar- | son. i (jeruldtou to Broonie (Saturday) — Masters It. Morgan and P. Morgan. Geraldton to Perth r Saturday) — Mr. A. Fleming and Miss X. Simmons.

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CHURCH SERVICES Arrangements for To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

CHURCH SERVICES Arrangements for To-morrow The following services will be con ducted in various churches in tho town during to-nwrrow (Sunday) : — Church of Christ. — 10 a.m., Sunday School ; 11 a.m.. Worship in the C.W.A. Hall at Ihe corner of Marine Terrace and Gregory Street.' Church of Kngland.— 7.30 a.iuM Holy Communion: 10 a.m.. Holy Communion with Address (Young People's Family Service) : 11 a.m.. Morning Prayer wirh Swujo?i ; r» p.rn., H-tly Baptism: 7.30 p.m.. Evening Prayer with Sermon. Presbyterian Church. — 10 a.m.. Sun day S'-bool ; 11 a.m.. Praise Service ; 7.30 p.m.. levelling Worship (preacher. Mr. E. H. Eatoin. Salvation Army. — v.3O a.UJ., Prayer Mating; 10.15 ann.. Directory Classes: 11 a.m.. Holiness Meeting : 2 p.m.. Com pany Classes ut Bluff Point; 3 p.m.. Company Classes at Ger.-ildton; 6.30 p.m.. Open Air Meeting in Marine Ter race: 7.30 p.m., Salvation Meeting. Methodist Church. — 9.43 a.m., Sunday School and Kindergarten ; 11 a.m., Morning Worship (topic. '...

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PERTH'S SULTRY NIGHT Heat in the South-West PROGRESS OF CYCLONE Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

PERTH'S SULTRY NIGHT Heat in the South-West , PROGRESS OF CYCLONE Perth, This Afternoon. Perth and South-West towns swelter ed again last night and early to-day in above, normal temperatures. Gradu ally moderating temperatures are offici ally forecast for late this afternoon. Temperatures yesterday reached lOo' degrees at Collie, 102 at Donuybrook, 101 at Bridgetown and 100 at Mauji niup. The Divisional Meteorologist (Mr. A. G. Akeroyd) forecasts, more light showers in the far south to-night with moderating temperatures inland. The slowv moving north-west cyclone, which caused temperatures in the southern areas of Western Australia to soar, struck the coast between Roe- I bourne and Onslow last night. Winds i are expected to swing from north easterly to south-easterly this after- I noon Perth's lowest night temperature, 77 degrees ^it (5.5 a.m. to-day, was 13--J above the February normal. That tem perature was 7.1 degrves lower than the lowest for the previous night. By noon to-day ...

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Abnormal Weather HEAT-WAVE CONDITIONS High Geraldton Temperatures A REFRESHING CHANGE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

Abnormal Weather HEAT-WAVE CONDITIONS j ? i i High Geraldton Temperatures j ! A REFRESHING CHANGE j After the abnormal heat of the past few days the residents of (jeraltliou welcomed the cooler weather which pre vailed this afteraoon. After Thursday's high reading of 110.2 degrees conditions during tliat night were close and oppressive and a. strong easterly wind which sprang up long before daybreak .yesterday foretold another day of t--v- xid heat. This prognostication was ful filled when the mercury ro.se rapidly Ut record a maximum for the day of 10S.G degrees. The reading at 1) a.m. was ! Ul).O degrees and at uooii it had risen j to 10H.8. j Last night's minimum reading of | Sij.O degrees perhaps best tells of the ! discomfort suffered by .residents of the J town and district. The slight westerly i -wind, which blew litfully early in the afternoon, died out shortly after night fall to give place to a close and torrid heat which made conditions both in doors and out-of-doors equa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

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Eastern States Racing Meeting at Caulfield FUTURITY TO ROYAL GEM [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

Eastern States Racing Meeting at Caulfield FUTURITY TO ROYAL GEM Details of the various events at the V.A.T.C. meeting at Caulfield this after- j noon are as follows ? — ST. CLAIIt TRIAL (First Division) Nine furlongs j Loose Talk, 7.10 ? 1 I Talon, S.2 ? 2 San Joaness, 8.10 ? *. . . 3 ' Other starters : Casson 'J.0, Graeme SAO, Anthelion 8..S, Kinlock S.S, Gar deuia S.ti, Margram S.--, San Manuel 8.0, l'arina Blue S.4, Prince Rupert 8.0, Authority 7.12, Coxswain 7.W, GUI Vic 7.7. Betting: -5 to 1 against the winner. Dividends: 12/-, 33/C, 21/-. ST. CLAIR TRIAL (Second Division) Nine, furlongs Takitimo, 8.0 ? 1 Ladv Nornisie. 7.10 ? 2 Dream Rocks, 7.12 ? 3 Other starters: Dhutia 8.13, Loreua 8.K), Touch and Go 8.10, High James 8.8, Dertla 8.(5, Henley S.-5, Photon 8.0, Maximus S.4, Gay Megsie 8.2, Iron Crown 8.0, Golden Cheers 7.7. Betting: S to 1 against the -winner. Dividends: in/-. 5V-». 17A-- STANLEY PLATE (Three-year-olds) One mile Trumps, 7.4 ? 1 Dumfries, S.8 ? 2 Colitis Prid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

. . ? Put the J$lackmafketeer When goods of many kinds are in short supply, and plenty of people have money to spend, all kinds of FACTS ABOUT THE rackets come into being. ' FIFTH SECURITY LOAN Low types prosper on blackmarket deals, on 'no- The Fifth Security Loan opens on coupons' offers, on scarce goods obtained 'at a price,' Apri[ 14. Bonds will be available on small amounts regularly added on to fixed prices — in denominations of £10, £50, slight^ illegal increases you scarcely notice at the time- £100, £500 and £1,000, paying ?_«,,. , . , ? ? . , _ , interest at the rate of 3£% per ' Help drive out these parasites^— by saving! Pay cash, c i ?» -v i « , , . . : » annum for 1 2 years. You can make and buy only essentials; always surrenaer coupons; -a fuiIv.paid advance subscription check prices carefully; avoid bJackn^rkets. at oncCt and intena. ^11 be paid . Saving benefits you two ways! The money you save from the date your application is secures your future, and helps price c...

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Letters to the Editor Hours of Service Stations MEMBER'S RESIGNATION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

Letters to the Editor ' Hours of Service Stations MEMBER'S RESIGNATION Sir — We do not wish to enter into auy controversy or occupy a lot of ?pace in your paper regarding service station working hours, but as the sec retary of the Geraldton Zone of the Service Station Association has made a statement ou behalf of members of the organisation we- would like to state a few more facts which led to the resignation of Radio Motors Limited from the Geraldton Zone. These are: —(1) This Company is also subject to industrial awards; (2) it has to pay overtime to employees who work on Saturday morning; -3) it has been pay ing overtime for the past five years: (4) the Court fixed a forty-hour week for service stations, which can be worked over a period of five-and-a-half days ; (5) the payment of overtime can be avoided on Saturday morning by 'staggering' the working hours of .employees, working less hours daily or allowing an employee time off on Mon day. As far as we can learn, Gerald ton is ...

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Upper Chapman District Meeting of Road Board MANY ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

Upper Chapman District 1 1 ? ? A. ? Meeting of Road Board MANY ITEMS OF INTEREST . ^ I Tin- monthly meeting of the Upper ' Chapiiian Iload Ltoafii was held at Nanson uu the Jllth insi., rhere beiu^ j prt'senr iioii^rs. l\ 11. Cooper -chyir- liiuiii. -I- S. Cream. W. !?'. Forbes, T. IL .i. Wriijlit, S. It. Kxte'ii, it. 3. Wil iianj.s;» and the M-cretary (.Mr. c. TJmmitsouj. Apologies, fur nouatttnd HiMje. were received from Messrs. Gray. Siiiith and lia-siough. Tenders \ In coiuiection with Uie disposal --£ surplus plant owned by the Board, the secretary submitted tenders received for a stationary enyine held over from ^ie previous meeting for cousideratioii. ,Vfter a .scrutiny of the tenders that of I... Norm for £10 was accepted. ' Keports ( Mr. W. Williaiuson .submitted a j report on a. recent visit to Yuna by the | District Siiiterinteudeut of Railways. ? and a hydraulic engineer of the Water | .Supply Departujent in conuectiou with i n jjro|-us;sl for extra water service and i t...

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In Canberra Today FROM OUR COLUMNIST IN PARLIAMENT HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

W vikiM. tikai'.'W\'.\ i'&vii \*Mlc ? rrfs? I :::::*.:-* Jkc&iik.^ FROM OUR COLUMNIST (N PARLIAMENT HOUSE j i Wli«Ntt ??riiwils --m nil oiIht iiipics in j - ':inlterr:i siin-i' I tit- ;iu^yy vv.-ilk-mil * . J' ! *.vhe:ityxtiu-«*rs lY-mi rli-' -i.nfVr-'ti--' r«m::i i in r-iii-fi.-inu-iir H.»u«-. Kv-mi i 1i« - iMiar ; rrisis mid t:illiiiu ?-uitiiiiiiility [in-f- wciv fiir.U'.ttcu while :i]] .-t::rtl Minis ii-i-s lor A^iiculHir*'. wlif.-iiL'rmviTs' lvpivsa'iitiHiWs ;iiif| ih-? -fcVd«'r:il - '11111- ii«m'c«' .Minister (lie:: L'oU:inl| :ir;nte-l :il»i«H wlio.-il sl;tliilis;iti»/u. 'Flint- -l;i\- talk J;iilc(l in s»fii!-i- u£rtn!iii'*ui. WluiiiL is aiwiu on ilie sluittu.-v--xk iietwwii ('hiiIkmtu :imt til*1 Suito --uifituls. Labor rin'inlnM- fnnn iknilii 111] Wheat SfntS already fti-| ) h.M I They ;ire I i kely l-» he \virin- lived wirh ilio --li;itV. Pollard i- daily surrounded by rnm.'us members iiskinu um-oml'ortalile whi'jit uuesiions. Tin- Prime Minister -I5e»i riiifl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 21 February 1948

MISCELLANEOUS ? J^T Geraldtoii Newspapers Limited you can obtain all your school requisites (excel* text books) at inim liniui prices. ^VOID THEFT'. Locking Handles wirli Keys, suitable for door.s and luggage boots Available from the I'arus Department ot' Young Motors L'ty. Ltd., Geraidtou. 0AR, Truck and Tractor Re-Boring, Cylinder Sleeving and Complete Engine Overhaul by a First-Class Mechanic : all- work guaranteed and standard charges. — Young Motors I'ty. Ltd., Geraldton. DOCUMENT BASKETS— New Stocks of Wire Document Basket*. Obtain able from Geraldton Newspapers Lim ited, Geraldton. J^NGLISH War Widow (50). like pen friend— Eujily, G.P.O. Box 52S2, Melbourne. ? _____» JTJLECTRIC Floor Polisher! There is one G.E.C. A.C.-D.C. Electric Floor Polisher at Young Motors Pty. Ltd. First buyer to call is the lucky one. JTiARMER (40), like pen friend— A If, G.P.O. Box 2470V, Melbourne. JTOR SALE— Leading Mixed Business and Grill Room. For full particu lars apply to P.O. Box 4, Geraldton...

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS The following passengers travelled to and from Geraldton by the air ser vice of the MacRobertson-Miller Avia tion Company Limited during the past few days:' — Perth to Geraldton (Saturday)— Messrs. P. Pugh, B. D. Hipper, K. Drage, P. Fry, Mesdames P. Pugh and E. Kendrick and Miss N. Wrensted. Perth to Geraldton (Sunday)— Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Chamberlain and Master N. R. Chamberlain. Geraldton to Perth (Sunday) — Messrs. C. Higgs, L. R. Duncan, F Manford and P. L. Pry. Geraldton to Carnarvon (Sunday)— Mr. A. Bell. Geraldton to Perth (Monday) — Messrs. J. A. Lock, M. Gee, G- C Sykes, W. Owens, S. Fowler, J. Tay-. lor, E. Skinner, S. Langford, Tonkin, C. S. Batey, McRobbie, Mesdames J. A. Lock, E. Skinner and McRobbie. Perth to Geraldton (Monday)-— Messrs. C. H. Brooks, J. F. Johnson, E. A- Duncan, G. Ryce, T. Watson and Mrs. R. A. Temby. Perth to Geraldton (Tuesday)—. Messrs: L. E. Bavenscroft, R. NouRy, R. W. Gould, F. H. Routledge and Cap tain G. J. Godwin. Geral...

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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

People on the Move ? ♦ Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY EOAD The following are the passengers who travelled by the bus of the Mid land Railway Company between Perth and Geraldton during the past few days :— ' Perth to Geraldton (Saturday} — Messrs. R. Walker, F. Cooper, D.. Mil ler, C. Newland, K. Mead, H. Barndon,' S. MeConkey, A. Cream, ,J. Edwards, C Grant, D. Brand, J. Crew,. W. Glad stone, T. Barker, K. Perry, Mesdames C. Xewland, C. Badge, A. McKiniey, C. Grant, W. Gladstone, G. Parry, T. Barker, T. Roper, H. A. Flynn, Misses B. Castle, M. Morrow, L. Parry, C. Dring and N. Jones. Geraldton to Perth (Monday) — Messrs. A. G. Ramsay, J. Ramsay, E. Hannaby, W. Hall, J. Agnew, C, Tysoe, G. H. Low, C. H. Wright, T. Hickey, Bligh, Lucas and Rev. A. T. Hollands, Mesdames C Badge, A, McKiniey, Scott, Robertson, A. G. Ramsay, E. Hannaby, W. Hall, A. T. Hollands and Miss Friend. Perth to Geraldton (Monday) — Messrs. K. Clarke, D. McDerrnott, J. Wilkie, F. Watts, W. Sewell, W. Tate, ...

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Indian Team Defeated W.A. Gains Narrow Win A SIX-RUN MARGIN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

Indian Team Defeated a. W.A. Gains Narrow Win A SIX-RUN MARGIN Western Australia defeated India by the narrow margin of six runs when the match between the State and the visiting team was concluded on the W.A.C.A. Ground this afternoon. Details of the scores are as follows : — WESTERN AUSTRALIA First Innings ? 1. 270 Seccnd Innings Carmcdy, b Mankad ? .. 24 Edwards, e Mankad, b Sarwate . . 17 Cutridge, run out ? 14 Herbert, b Sarwate ? 5 Watt, l.b.w., b Sarwate ? 11 Langdon, c Sarwate, b Mankad . . 23 Rigg, not out ? : ? 54 Sands, l.b.w., b Amarnath . . . . 13 O'Dwyer, b Mankad ? 5 Fuckett, c Adhikari,' b Mankad . . 5 Cmuming, h Sarwate ? 0 . Sundry ? 1 Total 172 Bowling: Rangachari, nil for 20; Amarnath, one for 11; Hazare, nil for 20; Mankad, four for 41; Sarwate, four for 5.1; Nayudu, nil for 15; Gul Mahomed, nil for 9. INDIA First Innings AiailKIHl, I.D.W., U i- UCKeiE ? -» Sarwate, b Puckett ? 2 Amarnath, l.b.w., b O'Dwyer .... 15 Hazare, c Carmody, b Rigg .... 21 Kishenchand, ...

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Brisbane Tramways Six Unions to Strike EXECUTIVES' DECISION Brisbane, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

Brisbane Tramways Six Unions to Strike EXECUTIVES' DECISION Brisbane, February 24. Tramways members of , six unions will strike at midnight to-morrow. This decision was reached last night by executive members of the Engineers, Vehicle Builders, Iron Workers, Boiler-t makers, Carpenters and Moulders Unions, on which the tramways rely for maintenance work.

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