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Transport in Sydney Twenty-Four Hour Stoppage PLANNED FOR THURSDAY Sydney, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

Transport in Sydney — ^ Twenty^-Four Hour Stoppage PLANNED FOR THURSDAY Sydney, February 24. After rejecting the employers' offer for a conference, the State Council of the Road Transport Workers' Union to-day decided lo call a twenty-four hour stoppage in Sydney from midnight on Thursday. The stoppage, which will involve 7,000 transport drivers, is to support demands for a* f 1 per week pay rise and for additional sick leave benefits. Private feeder bus services and taxis driven by their owners will be the only ones ou the road.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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TOWNS VERSUS AUSTRALS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

TOWNS VERSUS AUSTRALS Australs were in a most favourable position when stumps were drawn in the first day's play of their engagement against Towns at the recreation ground. Towns were dismissed for the meagre ; total of 64 runs. G. Jeffery, who was j a member of the opening partnership, J batted well for 22 runs to top the scor- , ing, whilst A. Haydock carried his bat ' for 21 runs. No other batsman reached double figures. Howell bowled a con- j sistent length and took four wickets for j 27 runs. When play was suspended for j the day Australs had lost three wickets for 216 runs. G. Rowe and J. Jenkins opened and 5S runs were on the board before the latter was dismissed, and Rowe carried on to score 5S runs. H. Howell (6S) and N. O'Malley (17) were the not oat batsmen. The former gave a sparkling display and his score included three sixes and six fours. Details of the scores are as follows: — TOWNS G. Jeffery, b Jenkins ? 22 E. Snell, b Howell ? 0 A. Haydock, not out ? 21 K. Parker,...

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French Air Liner Wreckage on a Beach NORMANDY CRASH Paris, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

French Air Liner Wreckage on a Beach NORMANDY CRASH Paris, Februarv 24. The wreckage of France's giant six engined flying boat, 'La Tecoere,'' was found yesterday on Utah Beach (Nor mandy), where the United States troops landed in 1944. Two identified bodies were recovered from the plane, which had been miss ing since Saturday with nineteen people aboard. The search for others is con tinuing.

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EXPRESS STRANDED Truck Brings Relief DELIVERIES OF FOOD Kalgoorlie, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

EXPRESS STRANDED Truck Brings Relief DELIVERIES OF FOOD Kalsroorlie. This Afternoon. A truck this morning brought twelve passengers from the stranded express at Bulla Hulling to Kalgoorlie. Other attempts will be made to bring people out by road to-day. Meanwhile all railway lines centred round Kalgoorlie are still out of order and will not be repaired in less than two days. The truck which took food to the Bulling early to-day for Kalgoorlie. After a rough trip the truck arrived at Kalgoorlie about 8 a.m. It was immediately sent back to take food and bring out more passengers. Roads between Coolgardie and Bulla Bulling are still reported to be in an almost impassable condition and onljr four wheel drive -trucks have been able to get through.

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American Aid Plans Marshall Scheme Attacked MR. WALLACE'S VIEWS Washington, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

American Aid Plans Marshall Scheme Attacked MR. WALLACE'S VIEWS Hashington, February 24. The nationalisation of the British steel industry has been indefinitely post i poned because of pressure from the United States, the Presidential candi date (Mr. Henry Wallace) said to-day. He was attacking the JMarshall Plan for European relief before the House Foreign Affairs Committee. v '.?; He bitterly criticised the plan^fhe ground that it involved interference W the United States in the internal affairs of European nations.

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VOLUNTEER FIREMEN Air Passages Arranged BUNBURY TEAM'S PLANS Bunbury, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

VOLUNTEER FIREMEN Air Passages Arranged BUNBURY TEAM'S PLANS Bunbury, This Afternoon. Because of washaways on the East West railway line the Bunbury Volun teer Fire Brigade team will, now travel by air to Adelaide. From there they will go by train to Ballarat to compete in the Victorian Fire Brigades' Demonstration on -March 2nd. Eight members of the team will leave on to-night's plane, and six on Thursday night's plane. Last night arrangements were made to ship their gear and equip ment on the Kooringa, which left Bun bury yesterday. It is expected to reach Adelaide on Monday. The team's captain (Mr. T. Griffiths) said : — 'We were bitterly disappointed to learn that our train was cancelled. All members were keen and something had to be done to overcome the traiis porf difficulty.' [The twelve volunteer firemen, who left Geraldton on Friday morning last for Ballarat, reached their destination this morning. The Geraldton team was fortunate to escape delay en route when heavy rain ov...

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Coolgardie Nugget Prospector's Lucky Find A SMOOTH SURFACE Coolgardie, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

Coolgardie Nugget Prospector's Lucky Find , A SMOOTH SURFACE Coolgardie. This Afternoon. A gold slug weighing 13oz. lSdwt. was found in a gully near Lindsay's, about a mile north of Coolgardie yes terday. The finder was Mr. Reg Baker, youngest of a well-known Coolgardie prospecting family. After the heavy rain he went out specking 3'esterday. The slug he found is about 3J inches long and 2 inches wide. It has a smooth surface. Several other prospectors have pick ed up small pieces going a few dwts.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 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.

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CRICKET Geraldton Association FIXTURES RESUMED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

? CRICKET ? -» Geraldton Association FIXTURES RESUMED Following a lapse in the premiership fixtures of the Geraldton Cricket Asso ciation, occasioned by the absence of a team ut the Country Week Carnival conducted in Perth recently, play was resumed on Sunday last when Towns were matched against Austrafe at the -ieraldton Recreation Ground and Itailways were opposed to Iiovers at Queen's Park.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

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/C. Leader Page or other Paragraphs under read ing matter, 7d. per line THEY ARE HERE AGAIN! i ^— ^ —— — ^— ^—— — ?— ?— — ^— ?— ^^ ^— ?— — ^ ^ ^— ! ' ' ~ ' ' '*~ I Garnetted Wool Mattresses ? ay ? \^ %~* l/V JL*i kj 2ft. 6in. size, 53/3 each ; 3ft. size, 65/3 each (Both with Box Sides) I LIMITED | Marine Terrace, Geraldton j Tel. 97 ? NEXT POST-OFFICE ? Tel. 97 i /3r THE LOVELY LINE J MwmW$' ' l/J Follow llie lowliest line in /§ jfflwl ffltmv\ -J / C lingprit- atul il will load you Jo // ''/Mp / f ItJ ' V j / tlir Lu?!re lhi)el. Lustre is Lingerie ^W x/ / 1 V ; C\ / of disliluiioil. You il like it (or its / W^~f^^ — '^ // i cut. Its colour. and its - liamiingly / Wi yVVifVy W^\^IHt LOVEUEST OF UUGBRIhw/\(y/Jm£&^ ? ? i^^ flh ? ??? v^k i^vbc^^ ^^ V- ^ - - -jii^2f^^^^SB\ Lsa.^3Ia Mp little Judy's the The other day K^^v J^^l...

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SUNRISE AND SUNSET FIGURES FOR FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

SUNRISE AND SUNSET ^FIGURES FOR FEBRUARY Day Rise Set Day Rise. Set 1 5.31 7.20 15 6.3 7.10. 2 f-.52 7.19 i 1G Q3 7.9 3 5.33 7.18 | 17 6.4 7.8 4 5.54 7.17 | IS 6.5 7.7 5 5.55 7.17 I 19 6.6 7.6 (5 5.56 7.16 j £0 G.6 7.5 7 f-.r-7 7.10 ] 21 G.7 7.4 S 5.58 7.15 j 22 -J.8 7.3 9 5.59 7.14 j 23 6.9 7.2 10 5.59 7.14 | 24 6.9 7.1 11 0.0 7.13 j 25 6.10 7.0 12 6.1 7.12 | 26 . 6.11 6.S9 13 £.2 7.11 | 27 6.11 6.58 14 6.2 7.10 j 28 , 6.12 6JST I 29 6.12 6.5?

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American Presidency Support for Mr. Wallace "BRAVE FIGHT FOR PEACE" Washington, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

American Presidency Support for Mr. Wallace 'BRAVE FIGHT FOR PEACE' Washington, February 24. Senator Glen Taylor (Democrat, Idaho) announced in a broadcast to-night that he was leaving the Democratic ''party and standing for election as. Vice-President under Mr. Henry Wallace's Third Party banner. Senator Taylor said: — 'I am going to cast my lot with Henry Wallace in his brave, gallant fight for peace. I ? am convinced that Wallace is the only leader capable of ending world war, and re-establishing even tho beginnings of international goodwill. He is the i only leader of.- r sufficient stature to aspire to - the Presidency, who has not sought the cheap , 'applause of the reactionary, press by blaming « 11 our troubles on Russia. He is the only leader we can , put forward who has . the confidence of the peoples every where.'

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Loitering for Alcohol Aboriginal in Police Court WARNING BY MAGISTRATE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

Loitering for Alcohol Aboriginal in Police Court WARNING BY MAGISTRATE In the Geraldton Police Court yester day morning, before the resident magis trate (Mr. T. Ausell), a native named John Savior Phillips, a thirtyoneyear old road worker, of Eradu, was con victed on two charges and a fine was imposed in each instance. Police Inspec tor H. W. Archibald, who appeared for the defendant on behalf of the j Administrator of Native Affairs, enter fvi a iil«»ii /»f nnt £*ij51fv for PhiJlins -m ! the first charge of having, at Gerald- j ton, on February 21st, being a native 1 within the meaning of the Native Administration Act, failed to leave the j Municipality of Geraldton after having j been instructed to do so by Policecon stable L. W. Stanley. Police-sergeant F. W. . Reilly, who- prosecuted in both cases, said that at about S.30 p.m. on Saturday night last, while in company; with Police-constables L. W. Stanley, and J. A. Duberly in 'Marine, Terrace, ;J he saw the accused standing in f...

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PHASES OF THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

PHASES OF THE MOON Last Quarter, February 3rd; New Moon, February 10th; First Quarter, February 18th; Full Moon, February 25tl1- ... ? , y,;fc.«l

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

PERSONAL ? ♦ ? , j Mrs. R. A. Temby, of Fitzgerald i Flats, returned' by air yesterday si f tor j having spent a month's holiday yt ! Itottnest Island. j ***** Mr. E. E. Christie. local manager for j Frank Mauford Limited, was admitted j to Hosella Hospital during the week- I end and underwent an operation in that i institution this morning. j ***** j Mr. M. Brandenburg, principal of the i Marine Terrace Pharmacy, who has ! been holidaying in company with his I wife in ? the south-western regions of j the State for the pas! month, returned J to Geraldton during the week-end. i ***** j Mr. W. Mellows, who is a veteran j member of the Geraldton Itiile Club, iias been nominated by the National Rifle Association of Western Australia as a coach for the Australian team which will take part iu the Empire team matches at Bisley (England) in July next. Another local veteran in Mr. R. B. Gratte, who is at present on a holiday visit to New Zealand, has been selected as a member of the Aus tral...

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Palestine Outrage VETERAN ARAB LEADER Responsibility Claimed REFERENCE IN COMMONS Jerusalem, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

Palestine Outrage — '? — «- — VETERAN ARAB LEADER Responsibility Claimed REFERENCE IN COMMONS Jerusalem, February 24. The veteran Arab guerilla leader (Abdul Kader Husseinie) has claimed responsibility for the death dealing bombing of Jews in Jerusalem ou Sun day. He says it was a reprisal for the bombing of an Arab market . place a week ago, but the Jews do not believe him. They accuse the Gravid Muiti of having ordered him to admit respon sibility 'for his own and his followers ends.' The Parliamentary Cnder-Secretary Mr. Rees-WilUanis, of the Colonial Office, told the House of Commons last night that soon after the explosion an armoured car was seen travelling along the Jaffa Road at great speed. It bore an identification number not known to the police. v 'Responsibility,' he said, 'has not been established, but the authorities find nothing to confirm the allegation 1n Palestine that members of the British security forces were involved.' Zionist authorities have been challeng ed ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL Our New Serial. — The publication will be commenced in the ''Gernldton Guardian' on Thursday next of our new serial, 'Married in May.' Writ ten *hy Madge Barlow, the story is an enthralling one and is told in refresh ing vein. New Ambulance Appeal. — The secre tary of the Geraldton Sub-Centre of tho St. John Ambulance Association (Mr. A. S. Janes) desires to acknowledge with thanks the following further contributions to the new ambu lance appeal : — Previously acknow ledged, £234/2/1 ; W. A. Lotteries Coui missiou, £300; Anonymous (freeof interest loan), £200: Geraldton Sub Branch of Women's R.S.L. Auxiliary. £15/13/7; *Geraldton Women's Labor Organisation, £2/2/-: Mr. and Mrs. E. j Gee (Geraldton), £2; Mrs. J. P. Higgins (Yuna), '-/-; progress total, £754/2/8. Further contributions are invited and wiil be acknowledged through these cr.luinus.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

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Working Together Commonwealth Scientists NEW LONDON OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

Working Together Commonwealth Scientists NEW LONDON OFFICE At least twenty scientists and about sixty assistants now in Britain on scientific missions from Commonwealth countries, are setting up offices under i the same roof in Kingsway, London.' There they will share about 10,000 square feet of office space made avail able to them by Britain's Ministry of Works. -«-***kj million \^vrtil*Jlj\jJLl »J UU1LJJ UWCJ1 i tific Oflice, formed to deal with the pro ] blems of peace, is similar to the centre | which existed at Washington, for allied i scientists during World War II. The \ j results cf such future collaboration | j may well be immense, both for industry i i and peace-time science. Formerly ; separated by thousands of miles, these i experts will now . tackle problems i together and yet keep in constant touch with their own countries. Each scientific mission will bear its own costs and retain its full independ ence. Physicists, chemists, metallur gists, crystallographers and expe...

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