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RAILWAYS VERSUS ROVERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

RAILWAYS VERSUS ROVERS Rovers elected to bat flrst in the match against Railways at Queen's Park, and the team was dismissed for (he creditable total of 234 runs. Excel lent performances with the willow were Si ven by «o less than five batsmen, the top-scorers being F. Symonds (79), C. Marling' (43) and E. Chamberlain (32), while* V. W Tlimn ?mil W Hmvi*»snii contributed 27 and 24 runs respectively. During las stay at the wicket, F. Symonds iiit eight fours and displayed miich improved form following his recent visit to Perth as a member of the Geraldton team competing in thft Country Week Carnival. He was part nered by Chamberlain to open the | innings and together they set the team | off to an excellent start. The first wicket fell at 68 runs, when C. Harling joined Symonds and this partnership was maintained till the score reachtMl laS runs. J. Graham took five wickets for -J2 runs and Marshall captured four for 41 runs. Railways opened dis astrously and six wickets were down for...

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Claims in Antarctic ASSURANCE TO COMMONS Britain Takes Firm Stand "WILL NOT BE CHIVVIED" London, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

Claims in Antarctic ASSURANCE TO COMMONS Britain Takes Firm Stand 'WILL NOT BE CHIVVIED' Londou, February 24. Britain 'will not be chivvied pr cheeked out -;f British territories any where in the world,' the Prime Minis ter (Mr. Attlee) has assured the House of Commons. He said that while he appreciated Prime Minister Chifley's offer of an Australian cruiser to assist the Nigeria in the Antarctic, he did not see any necessity for an Australian ship to be used. The Royal Navy ('I'llititM* Xiif^riM tn-rt-tVtar- uiifli nif U Snipe, would arrive soon on a visit to the Falkland Islands (parts of which are in dispute with Chile and Argen tina). An official Buenos Aires announce ment states that Argentine-Chile nego fiations will begin this week to estab lish boundaries in the Antarctic terrl-. tory, which the two nations are disput ing with Britain in order to present 'a united front against Britain's claims.' The two South American nations hope to iron out their own territorial con iiict...

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Effects of Cyclone RAILWAY WASHAWAYS Murchison Traffic Disrupted GOOD PASTORAL RAINS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

Effects of Cyclone ^ ? RAILWAY WASHAWAYS Murchison Traffic Disrupted GOOD PASTORAL RAINS Due to heavy rains which fell in the Upper Murchison district during the week-end causing numerous washaways to railway lines in this area, there has been a complete cessation of all rail traffic on the Mullew i to Wiluna line. Although work is proceeding as quickly as possible on the damaged sections of the line, normal traffic is not expected to hp rcifiiinipri f«n- CHIII0 fl-ii-c S!nni» trains have been cancelled, while others have been terminated short of their destinations. The passenger train which left Perth to-day for Wiluna travelled only as far as Mullewa and the goods train, which was scheduled to leave Yalgoo this morning for Mullewa, was cancelled. Points at which washaways have occurred are in the Meekatharra Gnaweeda section at the 337i and 34.r)A mile pegs (where a ballast train is engaged on repair work) ; at Xallan, in the Cue-Tuckanarra section ; between Moyagee and Lake Austi...

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TIME-BOMB IN LONDON Foreign Office Scare EXPERTS ON THE SCENE London, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

TIME-BOMB IN LONDON Foreign Office Scare EXPERTS ON THE SCENE London, February 24. ; Believed to be a tiine-b'onib, a box . shaped device was found last night behind' an entrance hall door at pre mises occupied by sections of the Foreign Oflice. The police say that there was a Jewish mark on it. The building in which it was found is imme diately opposite the Houses of Parlia ment. Someone with a foreign accent tele phoned a warning to the Colonial Office. Research department police were rush ed to the building, but the ?jox had been discovered already- by a woman lift attendant. Colonial Oflice experts examined tt and found that it contain ed two large dry cells connected to a glass jar of fluid. It was taken by police to Woolwich arsenal and it will be tested theue to - see whether it will explode..;^. -? '??

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The Geraldton Guardian TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1948 DE VALERA'S CURIOUS REVERSE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

She TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 104S DE VALEKA'S CURIOUS REVERSE I The recent general t»Ie--ri«-n i» Hire, j staged by Mr. Eamon L-e Valera e\\xh- - teen months before thy ordinary time i because his party unexpectedly lost two j seals at by-*?lecii«ns ro the Xew Repub lican Party let! by Sam McBriu\». has provided perhaps one of the most curi ous turns of fortune's wheel in modern political history. The eleetioa cam paign produced no burning party issuos. but was fought almost entirely on purely domestic issues, *me of the most import- J ant apparently being the hiyh cost of j living. There was no landslide airaiust j Mr. De Valeru's Government, which in j the past sixteen years has been able j to give the people most of the things j they wanted'and throughout that period \ the Prime Minister's rule was uuchal- I lenjred. It is true that at the general election Fiauna Fall— the party behind the Government — lost its previous cosy absolute majority in the Dail Eireanu, i»iit its coral -»f...

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TENNIS Geraldton Club's Tournament WEEK-END RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

TENNIS Geraldton Club's Tournament WEEK-END RESULTS 'Ihe annual tournament of the Ger 'liiion Tennis Club was continued dur ing kiM wte!c-end, during which period liie following matches were played: — Men's 0-fiaiii;iionship {Singles Thh-d R-und — D. Rowe l-eat J. Tin .lal, «i-4. (;--»; K. Glass beat R. Guscott, 2 -»5. 7-.1. T-~t. JIa;'s Chanuucuskin Doubles S.»ci:ud Hound — D. Banks and J. Gale heat P. JHowioson and W. Smith, 7-Ti, ---J : A. Fong and I). Rowe beat J. Bar clay and L. Hall, 0-1, 0-4. Wciiien's Ch&irjiionshin Singles Second Round — Airs. Edmonds beat .Mis- .lune Stirling, -J-4, 10-8. First Semi-final — Mrs. Kendrick bea( Miss iii-ady, 0-n, -J-^. WonJC-ii's Chan:ifJoi:shii- Doubles Soc. n-,1 R« und — Mrs. Kendrick and Miss Brady beat Misses Hooper and Clausen, «!-l. tj-2: Mrs. Johnson and lii-r^ ami (Jale. U-l, 7-H. Mixed Dcuble.; Cliaji^jlcnship St-i,d Hound — O. Fons and Mrs. Bamur beat J. Gale and Mrs. Edmonds, 4-'.S. S-t». ---4 : 1 ». liowe and Mrs. Kend ri...

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

AO ^s^j^My husband says Fm the best j|^Nf7 \ cook in the world . ... but MIlItSElS CORNFL?/Vft Hot Strawberry Shortcake ftKJK Pour ozs. Nurse's Cornflour, 12 Roll to about -J inch thickness ozs plain flour, 4? ^heaped tea- or a little less. Cut into 3 inch i^T^^sP^^-*^ spoons baking powder, I teaspoon rounds. Place half on oven tray, fi^^Psyi^^fc-s, salt 4 ozs butter or substitute, brush with milk or melted butter . J*|ffii^--:^^;*^ 2 tablespoons honey, 2 eggs, about and top with remaining rou^: VUHlfMwffi%B&$l 1 cup Bulk 1 punnet strawberries, Brush tops with milk or melted PlOJlflMlviP** 2 tablespoons water, 2 extra table- butter and bake in hot oven t^-^^s9UlM^S^ spoons honey, 1 extra level table- -450° F.) for 20 minutes. To l&vjjpm^^gtigSM. snoon Nurse's Cornflour. prepare strawberries, crush half ?ifjBi|ms''if&J the berries and combine with m^-'^wi^t^Mk^'iMaii water, honey and Nurse's. Heat m &Wfol-JiM% fwB^ll Sift Nurse's Cornflour, plain flour...

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AMUSEMENTS Radio Theatre Talkies REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

AMUSEMENTS Radio Theatre Talkies ; REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES ' The diverting comedy 'She Wouldn't Say Yes' and the comedy-romance 'Heartbeat' constitute the principal attractions in the programme to be screened at the Radio Theatre to-night and again to-morrow night, and the features for Thursday night next are as follows : — (1 ) — Ni'wsreel. -2) — 'Dangerous Holiday' (Ronnie Sinclair, Hedda. Hopper, Guinn Williams and Jed Prouty). «v5 1 — uremia Marr, ueporter oeriai I (4) — 'Two Men from Milwaukee' (Dennis Morgan, Jack Carson, Joan Leslie and Janis Paige). 'Heartbeat' Provoking a chuckle with every scene and a laugh with every sequence. Ginger Rogers has another triumph in 'Heartbeat/* which screens to-night and again to-morrow night with Jean Pierre Auniont. Adolphe Menjou and Basil Rathbont' heading a brilliant fea ture cast, vv un iiKKU'in inns as ini1 background, Arlette, an orphan girl, is seeking a job' that will enable her to save enough money to buy a husband. Before she can c...

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Geraldton Rifle Club Scores in Recent Shoots MELLOWS IN FORM [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

Geraldton Rifle Club Scores in Recent Shoots MELLOWS IN FORM Only half-a-dozen members of the Geraldton Rifle Club and a visitor were present on the local range on Saturday afternoon last to participate in a further stage of the club cham pionship over the 500 yards range, a club trophy also being provided for the afternoon. Conditions were bad on account of a strong wind and poor vis ibility, and as a result oniy moaerare spores were recorded. The winner of the trophy was the club veteran {W. Mellows), who finished with 66 off the rifle. The following were the scores registered in the first stage of the Chapman Trophy fired on the 14th inst. and the championship shoot on Saturday hist: — Chapman Trophy 600 Hp. 600 Hp. Tl. D. Fraser .... 32 3 31 1 67 R. Burton .... 29 3 31 3 06 M. Pass ? 29 3 30 3 «o W. Mellows .... 31 1 31 1 64 B. McCarthy ... 32 1 30 1 64 W. Hipper .... 28 6 22 6 62 N. Glass ? 26 3 29 3 61 N. Mellows .... 28 1 31 1 61 R. Ecfcett ? 23 5 28 5 61 P. Ashplant .... 20 ...

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Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C Meeting WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY PIER MAIDEN Five furlongs [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C Meeting WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY *—aL^~-- PIEU MAIDEx Five furlongs Jollair - - - 8 i- Iutiater - - - 8 3 Hindu's Gl. - 8 7 Fine Spear - 8 2 Del Futgo - - 8 7 The Wesfner 8 2 Prince Hau -87 Camleur - - - S 2 Bee Gay - - 8 7 JSansoval ? 8 2 Worthtnaur - S (5 liradall ? 8 2 San Balkan 8 6 Karenie - - - 8 1 . Melter's Gl. - 8 8 Lunar Light 8 1 I^ord Mylo - 8 5 Koala Bey -SI iDual Legend 8 5 Hauk Note - 8 1 I Aesthete - - - S 5 Kearnej' ? 8 l' Miss Pamela S . 4 Gay I'iorette 8 1 Chanting - - 8 4 Bed Berrj - 8 0 Tish ----- 8 4. Ralkanette - 8 a Span. Night S 4 Quicksand - - 8 0 Swt. Boronia 8 4 I»rd Mond - 8 0 iliss Portino 8 4 Ball Dress - 7 13 Kssential - - 8 6 Dawn Mist - 7 13 Franco ? 8 3 Olivion ? 7 12 Joan's Star - 8 3 Pc Fidelist - 7 11 Goldn. Oriel 8 3 Fine Flare - 7 11 G. Intervener 8 3 Vega - - - - 7 a Jesting ? S3 Azothic ? 7 ij Warren ? 8 3 Bo Leap - - - 7 7 HOWARD MAIDEN (For five years and under) Seven furlongs Cyclotron - - 9 6 fcplnard ? 7 10 j Syl...

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Northern District Racing Meeting at Northampton DOUBLE TO CALLIBOO [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

Ndrthern District Racing Meeting at Northampton DOUBLE TO CALLIBOO Under dirty weather conditions which might be much more aptly des cribed as filthy, the Northampton Sports Club conducted another race meeting on the show grounds at North ampton on Saturday last, the pro gramme (or the occasion comprising seven events. Unfortunately for the club, a stronar wind d(^v-^]niK^c1 dnriii!! the morning and persisted at almost gate force for the remainder of the day. This had the effect of creating trainterrupted clouds of dust, which marred the pleasure of the day's outing and had a very bad effect on the finan cial aspect of the fixture. There was a fair attendance on the grounds and included in the number were many visitors, but thexdirty conditions pre vailing undoubtedly, reflected on the day's receipts. However, despite these adverse conditions and the resultant disappointing effect, the various club officials were in no way deterred in their respective duties, and due to this excelle...

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

Northampton Sports Club March Race Meeting ? ou ? Saturday, March 20th, 1948 commencing at 2 p.m. £08 ? STAKES ? £OS £9S ? STAKES ? £QS £9S ? STAKES ? £9S PROGRAMME: BADDERA HANDICAP (For Fourth-Class Hacks) A Handicap' of £28, to be divided into two races of £14 each, to i-e classified by the kandieayper. FIRST DIVISION To start at 2 p.m. A Handicap of £14: second horse to receive £3 and third horse £2 from stake. Nomination, 9/- ; acceptance, 5/-. Five, furlongs. ASASA HANDICAP (For Second and Third-Class Hacks) A Handicap of £28, to be divided into two races of £14 each, to l)e classified by the handicapper. FIRST DIVISION (For Second-Class Hacks) To start at 2.30 p.m. A Handicap of £14: second horse to receive £3 and third horse £2 from stake. Nomination, 9/-; acceptance, o/-. Five furlongs. SECOND DIVISION (For Third-Class Hacks) To start at 3 p.m. A Handicap of £14; second horse to receive £3 and third horse £2 from stake. 'Nomination, 9/- ; acceptance, -V-- Five furlongs. BAD...

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Elderly Man's Death Killed on Railway Crossing INQUEST AT GERALDTON [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

Elderly Man's Death Killed on Railway Crossing INQUEST AT GERALDTON     The inquest into the death of Wil- liam Murphy (70), of Yetna, who was fatally injured when the horse and cart he was driving was struck by a train at Murphy's Crossing on January 30th, was opened before the district coroner (Mr. T. Ansell) in the Geraldton Court house yesterday morning. Police-ser- geant P. W. Reilly examined the wit- nesses and the statiomnaster at Ger- aldton (Mr. W. J. Attwill) questioned railway employee witnesses, who com- prised the crew of the train involved in the accident. Dr. John Robert Saunders, of Ger- aldton, stated that on January 30th he received a telephone message request- ing him to travel along the Nanson Road and meet a motor truck proceed- ing towards Geraldton with a man who had been hit by a train and badly injured. Witness met the truck and an ambulance from Geraldton also arrived on the scene. He assisted to transfer the injured man from the m...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 24 February 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths { ? i BIRTH SAUXDERS (nee Tetlow)— On Feb ruary 23rd, 1948, at St. John of God Hospital Geraldton, to Kath and Ron — a daughter (Shirley Ruth). Both well. * ! CROSfH (nee Marsden) — Ou Febrnary 24rh, 1948, at St. John of -Jod Hos pital. Geraldton, to Rita and Stan — ] a daughter. Both -well. I DEATH CARSS. J. H. M.— A tribute to the memory of a gentleman, fond uncle of W. T. and II. Winston and family, who passed away on February 18th, 194S. GIBBINGS (Roger John) — At Perth (suddenly) on February 20th, 1948, dearly loved son of Mr. and Mrs. C T. Gibbings, of Durlacher Street, Geraldron, and fond brother of Ray mond and Jill. GIBBINGS (Roger John)— In loving memory of my dear grandson, who passed away suddenly at Perth on February 20th, 1948 —Inserted by Nanna Gibbings. GIBBINGS (Roger John) — In memory of our loved nephew and cousin, who -died suddenly at Perth on February 20th. 1948 — Inserted by Fan, Ron and Pat. GIBBINGS (Roger John)— In fondest memor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Birth Notices — Minimum (5 lines), 3/6. Deaths, Marriages, Fun eral and Memorlam Notices — Minimum (5 lines), 3/6. Leader Page or other Paragraphs under read ing matter, 7d. per line Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to line Miscellaneous — AH 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. j£m+++**t*^3r tip Boll heatings ABOVE AND BELOW THE FRICTION GONE ensure smooth, positive drive. No chatter, no slip with Lister gear /?3P\\ — for the friction cone is perfectly /3iif^A \ balanced between two separate -s^J^VC^^\ 1 sealed ball-races, whicli absorb CiT^^^iMW I equally the thrust from the friction Vl /ajR^fpbf / / wheel. This means that the spindle AM*Wf iV^/ and the face of the cone always £V*S*lsJp'^ remain angle true, and that the ? |j drive is always smooth and positive. ^ SHA4.S2.47 SUPER-DUP...

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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

People on the Move ? ?» ? Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD The following are the passengers who travelled by the bus of the Mid land ltailway Company between Perth und Geraldton during the past few days : — Perth to Geraldton (Tuesday) — Messrs. V. Gould, J. McKenna, \V. New port, F. Sharpless, It. A. Christie, D. lilackinore, E. Gibb, E. S. Pearson, J. Thompson, Webley, Mesdames V. Gould, F. Sharpless, Misses C. Ether ton and D. Barrett. Geraldton to Perth (Wednesday) — Messrs. L. It. Bedford, P. Wilson, W. j Logie, U. Hopson, J. Oflicer, M. D. { Coyne, J. Johnston, G. Pereey, A. Sand ver, Mesdames B. Bower, G. H. Low, G. Pereey, M. Bligh, H. Hughes and Miss J. Bell. Perth to 'Geraldton (Wednesday) — Messrs. J. C. Kidd, M. Gillhani, D. l'reedmau, B. Prunster, A. Hayward, E. J. Edwards, W. Reynolds, J. K. For rester, M. Williams, A. Bennett, D. j Coyne, T. Ansell, Mesdames K. H. Cobb, ' E. M. Morgan, A. Crane, B. Prunster, A. Hayward, E. J. Edwards, J. K. For rester, K. Ma...

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PHASES OF THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

PHASES OF THE MOON Last Quarter. March 3rd ; New Moon, March 11th; First Quarter, March lbth; Full Moon, March 23th.

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Verdict of Suicide Wartime "Brain's" End WORK BEHIND SCENES London, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Verdict of Suicide Wartime 'Brain's' End WORK BEHIND SCENES London, February 26. A verdict of suicide while of unsound mind was recorded at the London j inquest on Geoffrey Nathaniel Pyke i (34), one of Britain's wartime brains ' behind the scenes. Mr. Pyke's plan for j giant artificial iceffoes to act as air- ? craft carriers was almost used by the j Allies. Mr. Pyke was on Lord Mount- ! batten's staff. | It was stated at the inquest that he took a fatal dose of sleeping tablets. j The Coroner said that notes, which Mr. Pyke left, indicated that he was ! worried about his past or present work. !

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CRICKET Northern District Association WIN FOR NARNGULU [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

CRICKET Northern District Association WIN FOR NARNGULU Narngulu scored victory by the close margin of sixteen runs when opposed to Walkaway- on Sunday last. The fix ture, which was played at Walkaway, marked the resumption of the premier ship matches of the Northern District Association after The wess occasioned by the absence of a team at the Coun try Week Carnival. Batting first Narngulu compiled lus rmis. the main contributors being J. Perejuan (21 1. S. MeConkey --!» ami It. Carson C2*U. R. Connolly was the most successful of the triiudlers and took four wickets for M\ runs. Walkaway replied with a total of !»2 runs. .1. .I'ower batted soundly for 34 runs, whilst O. Criddle -21) and H. Hone (not out IS) invade useful contributions to the total. S. McConkey was in form with the ball and dismissed four of the batsmen for 4ii runs. lX;taite of the scores are -is follows : — NAttMJCLi: J. Giles, c It. Hone, b Connolly . . -i R. Hone, b .1. Power ? !) S. McConkey. -? and b Connolly -...

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Czech Government INTERNATIONAL CONCERN Communists Gain Control DISPLAY BY STUDENTS London, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Czech Government ? v i , _ INTERNATIONAL CONCERN Communists Gain Control DISPLAY BY STUDENTS London, February 26. There is grave international concern over the coup which has given Com munists control of Czechoslovakia. The French Foreign Minister (M. Bidault) said that the French Govern ment was gravely concerned over the Czech crisis as a threat to peace. 'The crisis could become dangerous because it is located at the keypoint of Europe,' said M. Bidault. 'We want peace, but not peace without liberty.' The nations of Western Europe were determined to work together to protect democratic principles, he said. In Washington yesterday it was learned that the departure of the World Bank Mission to 'Czechoslovakia had been postponed. The Mission was to have left yesterday to investigate the Czech Government's application for a f A108,000,000 industrial loan. At Prague all civil servants consid ered nou-progressive have been elimin ated from all Ministries. Newspapers not representing the...

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