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

Genuine New Year Bargm^^ p.o. box *At Osweffs tei^h^ H8 LADIES AND MEPPS DRAPERY ^fM VoUe DEESS LENGTHS, worth 12/6 Ladies 'Fancy APRONS in large 'Men s -BLAZERS, ,. jwitt assad^-'1^^ to clear at 7/11 the dress length. sizes at 3/11 each. J braid facings at 25/- each. \~~W3B3k Smart Patterns in Art Silk DRESS Maids' Fancy Aprons to clear at Men's Sports SHIRTS at ?/»^£m'^igK LENGTHS; usuaUy 25/-; to clear at 2/11 each. 10/6 each. . ^. '~^^Jjmm to 21/- the dress length. Finest quality HOISERY, ;GLOVES Men^ i^hion SHEETS, vSOl »2 WgA Silk VoUe WRESS LENGTHS in and UNDERWEAR at standard prices, to matehT pelaco Brand, aU «?» » -t - fill s^ftttrusr* from 27/6 mbn.s and »»»» *? -*f«^ —^ , t am Good quaUty CreanT FUJI SILK at ? ?- ? ? Men's Fancy SOCKS m smart ^4- ££§£ 2/6 yard. Good value in Men's Fawn and Grey terns at 4/6 pain.. ti ? f-.\ * 5 ?i*-jSss§i Plain and Fancy Fuji SILK in new- Flannel TROUSERS, all sizes at 16/0 Boys' BLAZEfiS wift assorted ^-^mG§§ est colours and smartest st...

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AUSTRALIA'S RAILWAYS UNIFORMITY OF GAUGE LINKING THE CAPITALS Brisbane, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

AUSTRALIA'S RMLWA«^3f i ' : — — ? '- ' ' ? 'V V ^ UNIFORMITY OF GAUGE ?f LINKING THE CAEHALS '-' «r% - ,S Brisbane, January -Ifi. -u. 'In my- opinion the larger ashense jdr .^^J unification is a thing for the futottyJi^p and perhaps all that Australia cam hop«^=^^ to do for many years is to fink up fifae*1- ^39 capital cities of the Commonwealth. Trabi -^^^ a uniform Vailway gauge^ % said jfasijr+t!? Premier (Mr. MsConnapk), =wtoa ^& * J^ opinion was asked on .the utnfonnify-or ^2|f§ the railway gauge question following'** ^J|| the report of the Economic 'Misshhi. -^Jgsjk The Premier added: 'The opinion *s%-^g| ?widely held that unification must be w-, *~JM eompliihed some day whatevjsr tlte;cost, '\{|§ and that the longer it is delajeftjtaale J?jM more costly the job will become.'? ^is^^^ view is allegedly largely ?» political w, ,-'vi§|| and perhaps has not been ifiVc^.gBteftfeJ|g ' from the purely economic side. ~f»PI s ?? ? ?* . ?? ????'? - g&m

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BOWTELL v. BURNIE CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT AT GERALDTON. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

BOWTELL v. BURNIE CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT AT GEBALDTON. Fight patrons will be very well cater ed for at the Town Hall on Saturday, ' January 26, when 'Kit' Burnie will attempt to take the heavyweight title'!, of W.A. from the holder, 'Darkie',' BowtelL { tsotn men nave been in training tor some time, as they were billed to meet in Meekatharra at Christmas, but tbx? arrangement fell through. ^Kit' Bur nie. known as the 'meteoric heavy weight,-'' has only been fighting ser iously for eight months, and- in that period has had seven fights for six wins, all on knock-outs under six rounds, and one loss on points over 15 rounds. Some of these fights were against well known contenders for the heavyweight crbwfi' j in Jack Logan, Charlie Buck, and Pat McGilL . Burnie is jonlv a young man of 22 summers; he is a well-built, clean limbed athlete, combining quickness of eye and feet with a good punch. He has woe his wa-v to his present position by sheer grit and fighting ability. Burnic is in hard tr...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 16 January 1929

HOUSEHOLD HINTS, ? * ? Wipe steel fenders and firc-ironV with vinegar, and they v.ill clean anc polish more easily. ,. Pea-pods make excellent soup. The? should be toiled until quite tender, and then rubbed through a sieve. To revive patent leather, rub wcP with a rag soaked in olive oil anc milk ; then polish with a soft, drj rag. When milk is slightly scorched yoi can remove the burnt taste by put ting the pan into cold water and ad ding a pinch of salt to the milk. Wash your enamel bedstead in hot water to which a little turpentine has been added. Dry and polish witb any good furniture polish. Oil of geranium is a pleasant pre ventive for insect bites. Moisten c pad of cotton wool with it ana pass it lightly over the face, neck, arms, and ankles. To give- 'coeoa a -fragrant aromti and taste, put a pinch of vanilla in the cocoa tin. ? Tarnistied brass may be made bright again if before any metal polish is applied it is rubbed with a cloth dip ped in ammonia. Save starch after you ...

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

PERSONAL Mr. J. J. Eyan, of the Clnb Hotel, left on a business trip to Perth, by last night's express. * * * ' - Mr. A. E. Williams, head teacher of Bluff Point sehool, is spending a few days in Perth. . - ? ? Well known in the North and Mid lands, Mr. Alec Watson, cattle-man and squatter, has gone East for a trip. ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. H. Carson will shortly leave Geraldton for an extended holi day in the metropolitan area. Mrs. Carson's health is still unsatisfactory. Mr. W. McKenzie Grant, of New marracarra Station, who spent the Christmas and New Tear Holidays in Perth, arrived home by car last week. *? * ?? - Mrs. Noel Stokes, of Wadina Station, and her small son and daughter, arc in Perth for the summer months, and are at present staying with Mrs. W. J. Butcher, of St. George's Mansions. Mr. C. O. Barker, manager for New Zealand Pinelands, with his wife anj son, is staying at the dub HoteL fie expects to be in the Geraldton district a fortnight. ? ? ? The engagement is announced ...

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ENGINE DRIVERS AND FIREMEN DISSATISFACTION WITH FEDERATION. Perth, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929

ENGINE DRIVERS AND BREMEN DISSATISFACTION WITH FEDERA TION. Poitli. January 17. At a special meeting ^of the West Australian branch of the Federated En gine Drivers and Firemen's Association in the Trades Hall on - Tuesday night, the recent decision of the branch to break away from the Federal body was discussed. Messrs H- C. Gibson antf vice-president respectively) stressed the advantages of belonging; to the federa tion, but bo further action was' decid ed on. -Another meeting -will be held in the Trades Hall next Tuesday night, at which the Federal officials will prob ably attend again. ?-???.-. ? Announcing the decision ' to break away last- November, the secretary of the State branch (Mr. J. Breydon) sari that his organisation hau^been unable to reach finality in industrial matters when dealing through the federation. In addition, members considered that an award covering i satisfactorily .the whole of Australia was impracticable, and that more equitable results could be obtain...

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GIANT AEROPLANE DESIGNED TO CARRY 100 MEN. London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929

GIANT AfcftOPLANE DESIGNED TO CABBY 100 MEN. London. JS&uoxv 16. The Milan correspondent of 'The Tunes' states that the world's biggesT aeroplane 'is 'being completed at the Caproni works |br ihe Tt^linn Army. it weighs 35 tons and is designed to carry a Ipad equal to its own weight. It will havfi six coupled engines, .each' with asneed vf325 anQes Sun hour and acruis £ngi&ngc^f 75 liours. The wing span measures 1$7 ieet, the Jteight 47 fieet and 4iie length €7 feet. It is equipped to «ifter carry ^5ad of. bombs or 100

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BRITISH FOOTBALL CUP THE ENTHUSIASM. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929

BWttStt ?FftOTBAIfc: CHJP TOT ENTHUSIASM. A total of 780/000 geopjte'watched the football enp ties in England on Satur day, realising over £56,000. The de feated teams .included eleven fosner cup winners. The. Chelsea-Everton match attracted the biggest crowd, 61, 000, and Woolwich Arsenal-Stoke match 45,000. ;

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UNIONISTS' COMPLAINTS PREFERENCE TO NEW VOLUNTEERS. Melbourne, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929

UNIONISTS' COMPLAINTS ?pPTTFRTiunta TO NEW VOIiUU . TEEBS. Melbourne. January 16. A delegation -wnsifting of Mr. Mak in, M.H.R., Senator Hoare and jut. Frank Condon, M.H.B., has conic to Melbourne from Adelaide to interview the Prime Minister (Mr: Bruce) or the Federal At torney-General .(Mr.' Latham) in con nection with, the position which ha? arises on lb» waterfr.9n.it at Port Adel aide following the recent strike and en gagement or volunteer woraers. inv delegation' will see Mr. Latham toraor n-F ' . ?? ? ' Complaints have been made that the shipowners in Adelaide came to an agree ment with the Waterside Workers' Fed eration that while preference would be given to volunteers second preference would be given to members 6f the Union, Shipowner? are giving prefer ence to' votnnteers who have come alpqgr 3tnce f&& 'iagnjble- on -the water front was settled. '-* ' '''*'?

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MINING THE MARAROA COMPANY LONDON SYNDICATE INTERESTED Perth, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929

[?] THE MARAROA COMPANY LONDON SYNDICATE INTEBESTED Porth, January 16. During the past week, the advisory committee in Westejrw Atostrajia of the Mararba Co-, together with the board of directors in Adelaide, have. been ne gotiating with a representative of Lon don interests with regard to an .option over the Mararoa leases near Cue, and finality as to terms of purchase con- 1 clJaniHnn Il9« Yu^H reached. It is proposed that London subscribe in the first instance £50,000 for de velopment work and equipment, and, should the option be exercised, share, holders in the Mararoa Co., will re-^ ceive at least one share, fully paid to £1 for every two shares held in the Mararoa Co. Negotiations with Lon don are now proceeding.

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WHARF RIOTS MORE TROUBLE AT PORT ADELAIDE EXCITING POLICE CHARGES MANY SORE HEADS. Adelaide, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929

WHARF RIOTS MORE TROUBLE AT PORT ' ADELAIDE EXCITING POLICE CHARGES MANY BORE HEADS. ? . Arfolaide- .Tnnnarv 17. Following the violent scenes on Mon day, when a crowd of watersiders stormed the steamer Marceba, rioting again occurred at Port Adelaide this morning. About 300 watersiders and 50 seamen rushed the Corporation Wharf and ston «d the volunteers engaged in loading the Lanena.. Order was restored with in an hour by a strong force of police. There were a number of police on the wharf and in the vicinity when the attack ocenrred, but they were greatly outnumbered. A call for reinforcements brought a squad of troopers at the gallop and soon more than a hundred foot and mounted constables scattered the attackers, who fled in various di rections. Several exciting chases were made by the police in endeavouring to .arrest prominent rioters, and one man was taken into custody. About 20 watersiders paused in their flightj and endeavoured to throw into tho, river' a motor car. believe...

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THE THIRD TEST RECEIPTS TOTAL £22,516 Melbourne, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929

THE THIRD TEST RECEIPTS TOTAL £22,516 . . . Melbourne, January 16. Figures presented by Mr.E. 3E. Bean, honorary treasurer to tiie Victorian Cricket Association on Monday, show ed ^he profits from; first-class .matches played in Melbourne this season. The total receipts from the third test match, amounted to £22,510/18/*, and the' expenses for the six days were £548/14/6. Mr. Bean estimated that J after the English team and the board j of control had, received their share of 1 the proceeds, the association would re- j ceive about £7,250. The profit on the match between Australia and The Best was £140/19/11, while. the match bet ween England and Victoria, resulted in a profit of £1,308/12/3, compared with £3,300 from' a similar game daring toe last English tour. The profits ^received from Sheffield Shield matches were con siderably smaller than those received last. season. ,

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929

PERSONAL Mr. BiHie Ambrose, of Perth, left a few days ago for the Murchison. Mr.- Albert SmTth,, formerly of Crooks and Broeker, is leaving for Bridgetown by Friday night's train, to take up a position with Westralian Farmers Ltd; ? ♦ ? Wyatt Earp, the last celebrated fron tier gunman and sheriff of the 'Wild West' America days, a friend of 'the late Tex Bickard, died peacefully in his wife's arms on Monday, aged 78. «i . . . Mr. Dave Lester, of the British Im perial Oil Company, Perth,- a brother of Cr. Geo. ^Lester, arrived in G«raldton on Tuesday, but has since been con fined to his bed with a severe attack of influenza. Mr. T. Moustaka, who with the Hon. J. M. Drew, represents Geraldton share holders, as a director of Geraldton Newspapers Limited, is leaving for Perth to-morrow evening. Mr. B. Capcl, better known as Yorkic, has, with the aid . of his clever dogs, collected in the metropolitan area since U-23 £6,000 for charitable institutions. This amount included £1,000 for the...

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KELLOGG PEACE PACT AMERICAN RATIFICATION PRESIDENT PLEASED. Washington, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929

KELLOGG PEACE PACT AMERICAN RATIFICA TION! -, ,. :..-:;??? ? PRESIDENT PLEASED. ^ : ; ? Washinktrin, January1 16 i The Senate vili. only one Sfi^seiitent voice, ratified tiie :KfiilQgg teace Pact tonlay. The President regards the Pact as the most important subject Hat has been before Senate during bis adminis tration. He slated to-day ihat lie be lieved the Treaty -would- do 'more to stab ilisc condiions and to increase the prflb-^ ability of permanent peace than any other factor within his knowledge* It was an answer to any criticism that the United States had motives of aggression against any nation. - . .

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BOXING CUNNINGHAM V. SILVEST [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929

BOXING CUNNINGHAM 'V. j&HiTEST Silvest, who will meet Cunningham at the Town Hall to-morrow aight, ar rived last night. He is reported to be in excellent condition, and confidently anticipates being able to give a good aceount of himself. .A large number of enthusiasts watched Cunningham's final try-out last jiight,, in which lie created ,a favourable' impression.

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SCULLING THE AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP Sydney January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929

SCULLING - » ',7A Sydney, January 37. Pearce, the holder of the amateur* sculling championship title of Anstealk^' will represent New South Wales in 'the Australian Amateur Championship ?»eV,' which. will.beJrowed-on.tke Swan Ewe* at Pertfi, on -May 4. This «yent is contested annually in conjunction with the Austiafian;36ight49ared-EiHEe for tkr King's -fup. -»-/

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The Geraldton Guardian & Express THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1929 THE MEANS AND THE END [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929

%\x£ (_lrral^t^m (SuarMan & (£xpre&0 THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1929 THE MEANS AND THE' END i All over the world the word 'pro- gress' is frequently on the Hpfe of the unthinking majority of this'j^trenuous generation. It is boater justified lrcrt in Western Australia than in most other parts of the world, but that is observed parenthetically and without reference to our dominant theme. Tiiit is a mechanical age, and the generality UJ. JlltllJIXlliU S*\JTJO ^J*U^A^.TO All lilli' ^*v* velopmcnt of more and more delicate and potent machinery for the expedit ing of the world's business, the hast ening of means of transport, and tht general acceleration of civilised life. In these directions gigantic strides have beer made by the present genera tion, until we live so fast that reflec tion sind reverie arc crowded out of the average human experience. It is, doubtless, a great advuntagt to be able to move from hither to yor at a speed undreamed of by our an cestors. Unless the ...

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SCARBOROUGH SHOOTING MURRAY COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. Perth, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929

SCARBOROUGH SHOOTING MUEEAS' COMMITTED TOR TBJAL. Perth, Jannaary 17. . The shooting . affair in Chapman's Ocean View Tea Booms, at Scarborough beaeh ;about midnight, on December 4, when Ernest Henry John Bex (29), was shot in -the leg, had its' sequel in the Perth Police Court yesterday, when John Murray (28), engineer, was charg ed with having unlawfully done griev ous Doduy Harm to jtex. juurray, who *was not represented hgr ./counsel, was committed for- trial at the nextCrimin al Sessions, ? ? U 1 - A similar charge against Jack Chns fl»ld (23), salesman, who Was attested at Albany on December 15, -stras with drawn. - „

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929

i i Sir David Sergeant, pnyslelan and I surgeon, died in London on Saturday, I following an injury to his leg. Sir i David, who was 98 years of age, came I to Australia in 1852, the voyage tak i ing 82 days. He was paperhanger, gar dener, painter, conveyancer, and build er's labourer, before returning to Lon ', don in 1859 to resume his medical ? training.

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GOODS TRAIN DERAILED INCONVENIENCE TO TRAFFIC Perth, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 17 January 1929

GOODS TRAIN DERAILED INCONVENIENCE TO TRAFFIC Perth, January 17. Considerable inconvenience 'and de lay were caused to traffic and the Bev erley race meeting was abandoned as a result of the derailment' of a goods train earfy yesterday 'morning at Bur gess Siding, near York. The cause of the accident is not definitely known. The sroods train left Snencer's Brook' about., midnight on Tuesday, bound for York and Narrogin, and it approached Burgesa Siding shortly after 3 a-m. On the opposite siding is a loop' One, and at the points the front wheels of the locomotive continued on the main line while the other wheels followed the loop line, with, the result that the rails .were ripped from the sleepers .and the points were so badly damaged that at was impossible for traffic to pass' the scene of the aecidenf. ^ Although the engine, tender and five trucks left the rails they were not wrecked, nor did they overturn, and nobody was injured. ' The main line was blocked, and although, a break...

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