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TIMBER INDUSTRY THE 48-HOUR WEEK INDUSTRIAL CIRCLES ANXIOUS. Melbourne, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

TIMBER INDUSTRY ♦ — THE 48-HOUR WEEK INDTJSTBIAL CIRCLES ANXIOUS. Melbourne, January 16. The position in the timber industry, following the award of Judge Lukin and the decision .of the Full Arbitra tion Court directing that a 48-hour week be worked in the whole of the in dustry, is regarded with apprehension in industrial circles. The Executive of of the Australasian Council of Trade Unions and representatives of the Fed eral executives of the unions likely to be affected should there be any stop page of work nieU in {he Trades Hall yesterday. After receiving reports con cerning the matters in dispute, the meeting was adjourned until this morn ing.

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SHEFFIELD SHIELD S.A. v. N.S.W. UPHILL FIGHT FOR S.A. Adelaide, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

SHEFFIELD SHIELD S.A. v. N.S.W. UPHILL TIGHT FOB- S.A Adelaide, January 16. The Sheffield Shield match between South Australia and New South Wales was continued on the Adelaide Oval to day. Scores: — NEW SOUTH WAi-t«ir First Innings. D. Bradman, c Grimmctt, b Wall . -a A. Jackson, b Grimmett ? 1« T. J. Andrews, b Wall ? ??, 32 A. Kippax, lbw, b McKay ? 10 * D. Seddon, c Alexander, b Carlton 8 C. Andrews, lbw, b Grimmett ... 1 A. FairfaXj c Hone, b Grimmett . . 36 W .A. Oldf icldi c Pellew, b Carlton SK? B. Cooper, b Carlton ? 9 C. Nicholls. b Carlton ? ? ?? 5 W. Morris not out ? - 2 Sundries ? ? ? f Total ? .-..-? 402 Bowling: Wall 2 for 92; Carlton '4 i for 95; Giimmett, 3 for 128; Williams, nil for 43; McKay 1 for 20; Pcllew nil for 15 Second Innings. Bradman, b Wall ? - T. J. Andrews, c Bichardson, b Wall ? 7 Kippax, b Wall .-? ? * .Jackson, c Grimmett, b Carlton .. 90 Fairfax, c and b Grimmett ......-? 20 Seddon, b Grimmett .............. 0 Oldfield, e and b Grimmett ? 48 Nichol...

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PT. ADELAIDE RIOTS NO FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS EMPLOYERS ACCUSED OF VINDICTIVENESS. Adelaide, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

PT. ADELAIDE RIOTS NO FURTHER DEVELOP V MENTS EMPLOYERS ACCUSED OF VTN DICTIVENESS. Adelaide, January 16. There was no further development yesterday following the wharf riots at Port Adelaide on Monday. . .. The Secretary of the Waterside Workers' Union (Mr. Can), in reply to a statement issued by the State Committee of Employers that it would have seriously to consider the advisa bility of adding to the number of vol unteers if further intimidation occurr ed,, said that the waterside workers were suffering heavily. He did not hold with the demonstrations of Mon day, but there was no doubt that em ployers of maritime labour were show ing vindictivencss to the watersiders of Port Adelaide. The employers were not trying to, starve ,them into submission, but were trying 'to starve them to death.

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DONNYBROOK STOPPAGE AN UNPOPULAR FOREMAN. Perth, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

DONNYBROOK STOPPAGE AN UNPOPULAB POBEMA2T. Perth. Januarv 16. The dispute at Sunning Bros. ' timber mill near Donnybrook, whieh originated when the men refused to work under a foreman who is a member of the union, was considered by the executive of tne Timber Workers' Union yesterday. When seen after the meeting the secre tary (Mr. McKenzie) said he had been instructed not to make any statement yet. The men, who ceased work a week ago, have not resumed. It takes about fifteen months to seas on and dry the wood used in making ordinary matches by the ordinary pro cess. The girls at the Cornish Hall En« School, Essex (Eng.), are learning to weave on handlooma which are made by the boy scholars. All this manual work is taught by the head-mistress, who is quite an expert carpenter.

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THROUGH THE FIRE. Copyright CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

THROUGH THE FIRE. By STELLA M. DDEING Author of 'Love's Privilege,' 'The End of the Rainbow,' 'Seedtime and Harvest,' 'The Loom of Life,' et-*. Copyright CHAPTER XI. 'Neil! Neil! You can't leave him so.' The protest was Hilary's, shaken and low*. For Fordyce had drawn her hand . through his arm and was hurrying her with decision along the winding path under the dry and whispering larches. His only answer was to tighten, his fiold and quicken his pace. Hilary drew her hand awiay. 'Neil, he may be dead,' she remon strated. He laughed, a curt, excited laugh. 'He isn't,' he said. 'I wish he was — but he isn't. 'Look!' and Hilary, gazing back through a colonnade of straight brown larch trunks, realised that indeed he was not, for he stood on his feet, leaning one hand against a tree-trunk and with the other dust ing off to the best of his ability dust and dry leaves from his coat. Her eyes,1 startled and wide, came back fo Fordyee's dark and bitter face. ' ' You might have killed him,' s...

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PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

PHASES OF THE MOON. Last Juarter; New Moon January' 11; First Quarter, January 18; Full Moon, January 25.

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ASTRONOMICAL SUNRISE AND SET. JANUARY FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

ASTRONOMICAL ? ? «. — . ? STJNBISE A2P3 SET. JANUARY FIGURES Following are the hours of punriss and sunset based on figures kindiv supplied by the Government Astrono mer (Mr. H. B. Curlewis) for the longi tude and latitude of Geraldton for the remaining portion of January: — 16 5.38 7.25 24 5.44 7.23 17 5.38 7.25 25 5.45 7.23 18 5.39 7.25 2G 5.46 7.22 19 5.40 7.25 27 5.47 7.22 20 5.41 7.23 28 5.48 7.22 21 5.42 7.24 :!'.« r».4'.i 1.21 22 5.43 7.24 :W 5.50 7.21 23 5.44 7.24 31 5.51 7.20

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UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Margarita Fischer brings to her por trayal of the harassed Eliza a poignant realism in 'Uncle Tom's Cabin,** at the King's ,on Tuesday next, and at Northampton on Saturday, January SO, Her scenes with Simon Legrce and Cas sic, and those beautiful moments with George and Little Harry combine to make a fine performance. The thrill of the picture is -the fecne where Eliza crosses The ice. Spiritual and ethereal is the, fragile Little Bvw, enacted by nine-year-old Virginia Grey, a newcomer to the screen and a child whose talents will, make her eventually outstanding. 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' is crowded with big scenes. Manufacturers of all kinds of goods from steel gates to jewellery now send their representatives to the_ London museums to study the exffiuTts and get new idea?. ? — Pillow-' phones, which, enable wireless music to be heard by those laying their heads on them, have now been instalkvl at the, Liverpool, (Eng.) Open-air hos pital for Children.

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LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

LOCAL & GENERAL Army Changes. — Approval has been cjiven by the Governor-General (Lord Stonehaven) to the issue of an order xbolishing in the Australian military forces the ranks of 'colonel-command- ant' and 'colonel on the staff.' For these two ranks the rank of brigadier is to be substituted. Christ Church, Geraldton. — The ncw y appointed Rector of Christ Churcu, Geraldton, the Rev. EL Halley, will co.i luct his first services on Sunday. Thera will be Holy Communion at 8 a.m., and '»ther services during the day at tne usual times. Caron Coal Stage Destroyed. — On Sunday, January 6, residents of Caron awoke to find the railway coal stage in flames. The fire had obtained too great a hold to be controlled and sev eral trucks of coal were saved with dif ficulty. One loaded truck was des troyed. The coal stage was completely destroyed. The cause of the outbreak is not known. Chapman Valley Banking Facilities. — Residents of the Chapman Valley will now enjoy banking facilities...

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ENGLISH XI THE LAUNCESTON MATCH AN EASY WIN Launceston, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

ENGLISH XI THE LAUNCESTON MATCH AN EAST WIN Launceston, January lfi. . The match between the. English XL' ; and Tasmania was concluded at Laun ceston- yesterday ar d resulted in a win for tbe visitors by at; innings and llti runs.- — ? ~ | TASMA NTIA | First Id ij ings i J. Atkinson, run out ... — ? 13' j E. Friend, b White ? 19 j C. Marfiu, c and b White ? li j N. Dsnfis, SbVFreenian ? . ? .. . iS | L. , WclUngtpni c Leyiand, b Free- j H f ?a&ymr ' ^ ...... '.'- .-..-...-.- .-. . 24 XL. MrtiJflUilJl-- Lajw^d -. . . i+. .... . 9-2 , A.C. Neivton, ctHammpnd, b Free- ' - ~\ n?ati ? 7 A. Burrows, c Hammond, b White 24 A. Horton, c Hammond, ..b Larwood 0 ; D. _Wardlaw, st. Ames, b Freeman . 8 ' G. Hcnty, not out ? ? 1 ] Sundries ? ? ? .. 17 Total ? 2Zu Second Innings. Atkinson, b Freeman ? 47 Friend, stp Ames, b White -1 ? 8 Wellington, stp Ames, b Tatc ... 3 C. Martin,- c Ames, b Tate ? 42 I Davies, b Tate ? 0 ! Jvevrton, c Chapman, b Tate ? . 0 ' Burrows, b Freeman ? ? „. . 0 ...

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EDUCATION BY RADIO THE POSSIBILITIES PROFESSOR WHITFIELD'S VIEWS Perth, January 15 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

EDUCATION BY RADIO i THE POSSIBILITIES i i PROFESSOR WHITTXEUD'S VIEWS Perth, January 15 Educational broadcasting forms an Important part of the Commonwealth Government 's control of broadcasting. Not only did the conference of Austra lian universities urge the Government to make provision for it, but the Advisor}' Broadcasting Committee is planning for educational broadcasting -- under the new system of control. Thc-Vice-ChKncellor of the Univer sity (Professor Whitfeld) . said yester day that he hoped educational broad ' casting would be developed to the ut most. At this early wage, however there were many things to be consider ed, and the Government had not yet made known its intentions in detail. Providing the Commonwealth would supply the facilities he had no doubt that the University could provide speakers- and lecturers. Without doubt, the Education Department would de sire to be inclnded in the scheme, for wireless was just as applicable to child as to adult education. At th...

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THE KING'S RESIDENCE A MUCH CRITICISED BUILDING MODEST AND UNPRETENTIOUS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

THE KING'S RESIDENCE A MUCH CRITICISED BUILDING MODEST AND UNPRETENTIOUS Many hard things have been said of Buckingham Palace, the home of urit ain's King and Queen. The building of it cost thousands and thousands of pounds and while the peop le grumbletl at the expense, the crities scoffed at its architecture and decorat ion. ?'_ - Yes, as the wits have said, it was really the cheapest palace in the world seeing that it was built for one sover eign, finished for another, and furnish.-, ed :for a third. Van.Eaumer, the critic, said he would not live in it rent free. 'I should vex myself all day long, with the fantastic mixture of every style of architecture and decoration, the absence of all pure taste, the total want of feeling of meas ure and proportion.' He objected that the pillars of the grand apartments were partly red ' ' li£i« raw sausages' partly blue like starch., with 'bad imitations of marbles which nobody ever saw, standing upon blocks like art .rejects, to support nobo...

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SILVER ANNIVERSARY BUICK MEETS WITH GREAT APPROVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

SILVER ANNIVERSARY BUICK MEETS WITH GREAT APPROVAL. Each day following the introduction of Buick for 3929 has brought a wave of approval from visitors to the ahow ' rooms of Buick dealers, who attribute the unequalled interest displayed to the fact that Buick sets the motor car1 fashion in its field. This year more than ever the intro duction of the 1929 Buiek models is being hailed With enthusiasm by a public who are critical judges of sound motor car value. That the many people who have viewed the new , models have been sO well pleased is due to the new and ul tra fashionable design of the new radiator and the mechanieal excellence ot the chassis with re-designed engine. It was only natural the public should expect. the 1929 Buick, which celebra . ? tes twenty -five years of Buick leader ship, to surpass its predecessors in those ^ifjalitier which have earned for this automobile the regard of motor ists everywhere. Staunchest suppor ters of this car — those who. by the pur chase o...

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NAT BARTLETT'S COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

NAT BARILETT'S COLUMN FOE SALE. — Three very excellent building blocks in Francis-street, Price, £100 each. FOR SALE. — Three-quarter-acre lot in Shenton-street west. Price, £125. FOR SALE.— Three 40ft. Frontages to Shenton-street west. Price, £60 each. FOR SALE.— A Lovely Bungalow, five large rooms and every convenience. You can pelt a stone to the school from it, and the price is only £950. Terms may be arranged. FOR SALE. — A Group of Four Cot tages, in Sanford-street, right in the centre of the town. Price, £1,550. FOR SALE.— 33-acres Tomato Patch. Price, £150 cash. FOR SALE. — 4,500 acres at Mullcwa area. Price, £2,000, with £50Q eash.

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THE SUBMARINE MENACE BRITAIN'S MYSTERY SHIPS A GAME OF BLUFF. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

THE SUBMARINE MENACE i . . ? «? BRITAIN'S MYSTERY SHIPS '* A GAME OF BLUFF/ Never, surely, ^ was 'warfare more esc- ^-jjS*^ citing and more perilous than to On £~*^*§^|: men of his Majesty'e *frayStciy'» sbmo.^' '* sC Actually the 'mysterious' stage *fa ^tJ*\ the career of these vessels did not fast -*~ **£gg long, and once their real /urpose leak- * » 1^ ed out, the enemy became more waiy Jf ^ Tf| than ever. Moreover, their record of ^ J^ *^ 'destruction: . of subjnarijugs— lM«f^p^^ Jj; ~^ J! tery' sliips accounted for only eleven ' ^T% submarines from July, 1915, to 29dv- * tSoj icmoer, i»js— suggested that tiA vital 'ts- 4 element of surprise' had been lost, long * — . before the majority of these craft et ^ tered the campaign. One suceessfol , \ action was enough to 'call the blnflj' ^ and to warn submarine commandera of % the danger' of exposing themselves to ~f a seemingly innocent and' tarJuea'afejL 'merchantman,' abandoned, by her % crew. * But before this stage was readied,...

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HOT WEATHER AT YALGOO FOXES Yalgoo, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

HOT WEATHER AT YALGOO — m i FOXES PLENTli'Uli Yalgoo, Jauuary 15. The weather continues hot, arid' at 1 times a strong wind blow?, the ther mometer mostly recording from 108 to 110 degrees. | On Saturday morning a bush shed, ; used for a stable at Mr. E. Wehlack's caught fire. Mr. and Mrs. Wchlack were having breakfast and the first they knew of the fire was when Messrs. F. McCrann and H. Oliver arrived and started throwing water on it. Several others were quickly on the scene, and a wood and iron chaff shed adjoining the stable was emptied of its contents, and saved. A horse in the stable suc ceeded in breaking his rope and got out alter being burnt a good deaL ' I'or . tunately the wind, which' was blowing very strongly at the time, carried the [ flames away froni the house, j Mr. Connolly screened 'The Scarier ! Letter' here on Saturday night. There . was a good attendance. On (he 20ih j 'he will screen ' 'Annie. Laurie.' I S The Kat-c Club is holding a one day meeting on Februar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

YOU MUST RESERVE BEFORE 7,30 ON SATURDAY ? Patrons are reminded that seats cannot be reserved later than I 7.30 each evening,' and all- re- 1 serves uncalled for -will be sold at 7.45 sharp. Now Get in Early and Avoid Disappointment SATURDAY'S BIG SHOW On The Stage BABY STRAW — The Musical Midget BABY STRAW - — The Musical Midget BABY STRAW — The Musical Midget BABY STRAW — The Musical Midget In Song, and Dance and Selections on .the Xylophoie^ and Banjo. : ?: ? *Alsb . JACK HOLMAN— COMEDIAN JACK HOLMAN-^COMEDIAN In a' Yiddish Characterisation, In a Yiddish Characterisation, presenting 'SOLOMON'S TROMBONE'* 'SOLOMON'S TROMBONE' ON THE SCREEN Win. Russell in 'DANGER PATROL' Wm. Russell in 'DANGER PATROL' -- and . Jack- Pickford. and Mary Brian * Jack Pickford and Mary Brian . « 'BROWN-^OF— HARVARD' 'BROWN-H)E— HARVARD.' ;, TO^GHT arid THURSDAY' Dolores Del Rio and Victor McLaglen 'DolSres Del Rio and -Victor1 McLagietf1 TiQJG \\— LOVES — OF — GASMEN tttp. -^ -JdOVBS_. — OF — CARMEN. ...

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SYDNEY'S LABOR DAILY PUBLICATION THIS YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

SYDNEY'S LABOR DAILY PUBLICATION THIS YEAR, Sydney shortly will see the publica tion commpMccd of a new daily cvep ing newspaper. The proprietors will b« Labour Newspapers Limited, which is controlled by the Australian Workers' Union. An official announcement wiJ1 b« made at an early dato. It is definitely known that Labour Newspapers Ltd. have carried a resolu tion to the effect that the publication of the daily newspaper be proceeded vrth; and this will be submitted for endorsement to the A.W.U. Conference when it meets at Qoolangatta this month. Labour Newspapers Ltd; intended to commence .the publication' of Thf World, a daily newspaper supporting the old Labour Party, in 1914. Mac Doimell House was erected in Pitt St., Sydney ,and a complete plant instal led; but the outbreak of war caused a postponement of publication. The plant has remained theVc, all ready for Its purpose, for 14 ye«rs— and now, at long last, it will be brought into use. Certain additions and alterations arc...

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PRISON HEAD AS CONVICT. GOVERNOR'S HOLIDAYS SPENT IN JAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

PRISON HEAD AS CONVICT. GOVERNOR'S HOLIDAYS SPKNT IN JAIL. Probably the only man who has been a prison governor and a contract ... in turn is Mr. Thomas Osborne. He was Warden of the famous §&* Sing prison in New York, and for tJw purpose of gaining a thorough know ledge of the life that criminals lend in jail he went to prison of his own , free will on no fewer than five occa- '_- .? sions. He was treated in exactly the ' 5 » same manner as the ordinary con- ?? ; . victs, and what he learnt made him the greatest prison expert in the world. He recently visited England ^ for the* purpose of studying condi- ~~:^| tions there. ;^J One of the most remarkable features of American prisons, declared 3fr Osborne, is that to a large extent the; v convicts are allowed to govern them- ylj selves. Tbe prevention of bad be- _ '-?v haviour is left to the prisoners, who .. ? :? elect a sergeant-at-arms, a secretary, a board of delegates, and judges and ,Xi police. They take over all the du...

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SHOOTING OF BLACKS CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN INQUIRY CONSTABLE MURRAY'S ACTIONS Adelaide, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

SHOOTING OF BLACXS P ' ? ^ ? ^^l&fe CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN'S . ? . INQUIRY JBj CONSTABLE MURRAY'S ACH0HSf^ . ? _ Adelaide, January 16?^ The Board inquiimg Jmh* &e^Oqpfg$ cd killing of blacks in Oaufral Jkasbi|j|g lia has returned to Alice ^SptBBgs.t^|^K Several white membere **f 'Msmribe&Ssi Constable Murray's. pa£& *fh«i is«l21§ lcged to be responsible for' the lolfiMg|§§ of 17 blacks Jast august, 'ipnsgeAUiJl incd* ft was stated thai ISau&^Smm said: 'There nrtisfc btef mf simnHmg ^-%§1 want to arrest as many blacks as ^poSS! siblc.' Murray, had uivaxxab^ agSm proached the 'blacks' single-liaiuled. «*|i|S§| had .fired to kill only when theze '-wfiElI no alternative. The party1 Ma^^&uaill a conversation in native voices -i»alli|||| then shots, and on rushing' vp saw SfittSiili ray. and some dead.- natives- AiuawmflwiSii by armed .blacks. The .party- trM^j8|jj|f the blacks into the hills do-SL took jm»j||| prisoners, some of whom died. ©8bt...

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