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ABROLHOS TOURISTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

ABROLHOS TOURISTS The following' ; passengers travelled to the Abrolhos Islands by the work boat 'Siida Bay' yesterday: — Messrs. Buhler, Bennett, McDermott, G. Cor nish, P. P. Mann, Pearce, J. Tait, Har uian, Harman, Mathews, Hopkinson, ] Connanghton, Mesdames Buhler, Ben nett, MeDeruiott, West and Miss R. Moyle.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS The following passengers travelled to and from Geraldton by the air ser vice of the MacRobertson-Sliller Avia tion Company Limited during the past three days: — Geraldton to Perth (Tuesday) — Messrs. W. A. Wilson, L. Ralph, L. K. Rosenthal, R. Noulty, H. O. Whittiug ton and Mrs. W. A. Wilson. l'erth to Geraldton (Wednesday) — Messrs. J. Field, G. Cornish, G. Eyres, A. Padbury, T. Hutchiuson, W. Hop kinsou, N. Stokes, A. Knowles, D. G. Crawford, Haruian, Harman, Mat thews, Counaughton, J. Tait, L. P. Wil liams, Newsman, Mrs. D. Reid and Miss D. Hutchinson. Geraldton to Perth (Wednesday) — Captain G. J. Godwin, Messrs. R. Mon ger, L. E. Ravenscroft, E. A. Duncan, Musdames H. White and E. Kessack. Derby to Geraldton (Wednesday) — Mr. T. Gould. Gei-jildton to Perth (Thursday) — Mrs. F. Clarke.

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Canberra Building New Administrative Offices DEFENCE FEATURES Canberra, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Canberra Building ? ♦ ? New Administrative Offices DEFENCE FEATURES Canberra, February 26. , The new £1,500,000 administrative office block to be erected immediately in Canberra will embody the latest prin ciples of defence against atom bombs and modern high explosives. A special sub-basement wu be part of the emer gency defence features of the new building. This was announced by the Minis ter for Works and Housing (Mr. Nelson Lemnion) who said that a contract for the building had been let to Concrete Constructions of Sydney. These are the first fruits of the special investigation made by the Gov ernment into strengthening and design ing future public buildings- against .atomic warfare, said Mr. Lemnion. It means that the sub-basement, basement j and ground floor could be used for ? carrying on .high administration in the i event of an emergency. T^ie new build- ( ing. three hundred yards from Parlia- i ment House will be of five storeys; air- ' conditioned throughout and it will ho...

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TENNIS Annual Club Tournament HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

TENNIS Annual Club Tournament HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PLAY (By 'Top Spur) Many good matches were witnessed during last week-end despite the pre sence of a strong, gusty wind laden with dust --n Saturday afternoon and the usual southerly buster «»u the Sun day afternoon when the annual tourna ment of tiie Geraldton Tennis Club was continued. D. Rowe was not extended to beat Tindal in straight sets. Ou the other hand R. Guscott, one of the four seed ed players, went down- to K. Glass after a close three-set match. Guscott won the first set confidently at G-2 and led .1-2 in the secoiid set, but he then appeared to tire and stumbled into a number «-f errors. Gl'ass was not slow to take full advantage of these and by his versatile play and his strength overhead well-merited his win and indi cated that lie is steadily improving. The championship singles is now out to tiie semi-finals. Rowe will meet Glass in one half and Townsuend will meet Banks. It is expected that both of ; these matches wi...

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The Geraldton Guardian THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1948 VICTORIA DISTRICT HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

-§£rardfon-Su*trti2ttt THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1048 ? ^ i VICTORIA DISTRICT HOSPITAL The report of the recent meeting of the committee charged with the admin istration of the itvish and McKellar Bequests made pleasant reading in that it outlined something of what was achieved last year to bring comforts to the. inmates of the Victoria District Hospital. Although the benefactions which can be dispensed from the fund are of modest proportions, tney fill a very distinct want and the money ! available each year is made to go as j far as possible by the voluntary efforts of various women's organisations, whose sense of public duty in this mat ter Is an example to the whole com munity. The spirit of selfless devotion evinced by these ladies is certainly in keeping with the generosity which actuated two gentlemen, who in draw ing up their wills thought of those whose lives they might brighten in the years ahead. Charles Rush, an old Identity of the district, held farming interests at Dindil...

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

] | TYRES ? TYRES TYRES j ;! ALWAYS OBTAINABLE FROM - jjGeraldton Tyre Service | j| THE ONLY TYRE SPECIALISTS ; jj TRACTOR TYRES NOW IN STOCK jj i| 13.50x32,13.50x28, 1275x24, 13.50x24, 11.25 \ i| x 24, 7.50 x 16,7.50x18 \ || TRUCK TYRES NOW IN STOCK \\ i| 1 1 .00 x 20, 1 0.50 x 20/ 1 0.50 x 1 8, 9.00 x 1 6, 32 x 7, \ i| 7.50x18 and 34x5 £ j | ALSO ALL SIZES IN TUBES j ji CAR TYRES AND TUBES I; All Sizes and Sections — 15-inch to 24-inch . j i ; RECAPS ! RETREADS ! REPAIRS ! 1 1 City Prices and Quick Service |; Satisfaction Assured { jjGeraldton Tyre Service ;! Tel 310— CATHEDRAL AVENUE, GERALDTON— Tel 310 5 J '! M^M ' IB @ / DEVELOPING \ jj AND PRINTING \ i| (SAME DAY SERVICE) |[ ;:? \ ;! ? ALSO ? - j: COPYING AND J ji ..ENLARGING.. \ ?I ? I . J? I £ i[ ? AT ? 5 MarineTerracePharmacyj GERALDTON \ (BETWEEN LOCKES LIMITED AND THE BIG STORE) J ;L_ ? \ f^^^S lie saw her, love welled in his heart. Her clear, pure complexion sfie ^^^H J . * ; ^Bm owes to Rexona Soap. Its silken, gently-m...

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DRAW FOR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

DRAW FOR SATURDAY The tournament will be continued at the week-end and the initial draw for Saturday has been made as follows : — 2 p.m. — D. Rowe versus K. Glass, Mrs. Johnson versus Mrs. Edmonds, R. Brown and Mrs. Staddon (minus 2) versus D. Johnson and Mrs. Kendrick (minus 12), A. Fong and Miss Stirling (minus 15) versus K. Miuchln and Mrs. Minchin (minus 12). 4 p.m. — Townshend and Glass versus Banks and Gale, Mrs. Kendrick and Miss Stirling (minus IS) versus Misses Clauson and Hooper (minus 10), Mes da ines Edmonds and Burniester versus Mesdames Jenkin and Barrett, A. Fong and D. Johnson (minus 10) versus O. Fong and .T. Tindal (minus IS). A further draw will be made on Saturday at 3 p.m.

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YACHTING Racing at Geraldton HANDICAPS FOR SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

YACHTING ? «» Racing at Geraldton HANDICAPS FOR SUNDAY On Sunday last the Geraldton Yacht Club conducted its fourth race of the season in the harbor, the event result in a popular victory for Naiad (G. Leveis) with Verona (\Y. Wight) four minutes liehind sworal. and I.ilu (CL Herbert) third, the last craft to finish being Albion -R. West), which was tue only other starter. Prior to the start, the wind was declared a strong, and all competitors expected a gruelling race with short ened sail, but soon after the race com menced the breeze dropped consider ably. Lily was handicapped in losing a crew member who fell overboard and Albion was hampered by gear-trouble which cost her valuable minutes. The veteran boat Verona sailed her usual consistent race to gain fastest time by a margin of five minutes. Naiad sailed well throughout, and in winning her skipper (G. Levers) received some compensation for the bad Iuck~suffered in two previous races in which his craft capsized. The club has de...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Raiiivay Manifest. — The local rail way authorities advise that there are parcels at the goods shed awaiting j delivery to C. Morgan, Rudduck, A. j Duncan, R. Sheard, Maldren, G. Paul, j U.rs. Healy and Mrs. J. Cooper.

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Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales PRICES SLIGHTLY DEARER [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales - PRICES SLIGHTLY DEARER Prices generally improved slightly at the fat cattle market at Midland Junc tion on Tuesday. The (»30 beasts yard ed were of very satisfactory quality and comprised fair supplies of good to prime quality bullocks and steers and several pens of good quality weighty cows and lightweight heifers and J vealers. Quotations: — Good weighty] bullocks, £10 to £20 (odd pens of extra j prime and heavy, to £24) : good medium weight, £17 to £18/1O/-: medium, £l.'- to £1(5 : good steers. £1.~»/1(»/- to £l(i/10/ (odd peiis higher) : good lightweight. £12/10/- to £14: good weighty cows. £15/10/- to £1.(5/10/- (odd beasts higher); good mediuniweigljt. .,£1,2/1.0/-. to £14: good lightweight, il 1/iu/-' !{».; £12/10/-: medium conditioned,. £7 k»,£y ; plain and rough, lower. , ??. , ? '???.?-, Choice lightweight steer and heifer beef. ----/- i-er 1001b.: choice bandy weight. 57/(5 i-er 1001b. : good medium .weight bullock, 54/0 jm*j- 10...

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BOWLS Social Game on Local Green TROUBLESOME WIND [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

BOWLS V ? Social Game on Local Green TROUBLESOME WIND Owing to the fact that there were insutiicient players iu attendance at the greens to allow of a continuation of the iKMiuant fixtures of the Geraldton BowIt ing Club on Saturday last, a series of social matches were arranged for the afternoon. Three greens were in excel lent condition, but the strong easterly wind proved troublesome and seriously affected the play. Details of the games played during the afternoon are as follows: — A. Crothers, B. Bishop, T. Askew and S. Wilton (capt) ? 12 F. Cardilini, W. McCallum, E. Gee and P. Gibson (capt.) 34 P. Doolan, F. Morris, A. Logan and B. Wilkinson (capt.) 25 J. Murgctic, W. Ward, J. Wal ters and R. Ellson (capt.) 24 K. McDonald, H. Kershaw and J. Currie (capt.) ? 26 T. Prior, F. Kennan and A. Wheat (capt.) ? 16

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SUNRISE AND SUNSET FIGURES FOR MARCH [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

SUNRISE AND SUNSET ? m FIGURES FOR MARCH Day Rise Set Day Rise Set 1 0.13 fi.56 | 17 G.23 G.3S 2 0.13 0.5T) j IS (i.23 G.37 3 (j.u e,.r,4 j 19 o.23 -;.2-; 4 C.14 -I.H3 I 20 C.24 G.31 .T C.I 5 fi.r.2 | 2L C'M (J.34 ' -» --.in 0.31 I '11 0.2H G.32 | 7 (-.1-! -U-) [ 23 (i.-2r- 0.31 I 8 0.10 0.48 j 14 O..-.JC. 0.30 | '.) -U7 0.47 I 25 0.27 G.29 j 10 (US 0.4T. I 20 (J.27 0.2S j 11 (i.ll) 0.4H ] 27 0.2S 0.1:0 12 0.20 f;.43 ] 28 0.20 0.2.1 j V.i 0.20 0.42 I 29 0.30 0.24 j 14 0.21 6.41 j 30 0.31 O.23 j ir- 0.22 G.4O I 31 0.31 0.21 j 10 0.22 6.3G I {

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Antarctic Dispute BRITISH POLICY STATED Legal Examination Planned NAVAL MOVEMENTS London, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Antarctic Dispute BRITISH POLICY STATED Legal Examination Pknned NAVAL MOVEMENTS j ? , i London, February 20. I 'Britain does . not propose to refer the Antarctic dispute with Chile and Argentina to the L'.N.O. Security Coun cil. 'British policy is that the rival claims should be brought before the International Court of Justice.' j Announcing this in the House of Commons las't night the Foi'eign Minis ter (Mr. Bevin) said that international discussions could scarcely be profitable j until the question of title had been sub jected to international legal examina tion. J \ Argentina's Foreign Minister had! assured the British representative in i Buenos Aires that her naval ships around Deception Island did not intend to assert any right or take possession cf any territory, he said. They were ! there merely for routine exercises. Mr. Anthony Eden (Cons.): — I assume that Britain will not agree to any 'squatter' rights to foreigners, j who happen to settle in these terri tories. Mr. Bev...

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Food Gifts for Britain Victorian Contribution TASK FOR BRADMAN Melbourne, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

— , ? - — ?- j Food Gifts for Britain — v ?. j Victorian Contribution TASK FOR BRADMAN ../'Melbourne, Februarv 2G. The Au'stfklian Board of Control has agreed toVthe request of Victoria's Premier (Mr. Halloway) that the cap tain of the Australian Eleven (Don Bradinan) be permitted officially to hand over to the peifcjjje'of Britain the Victorian Government's food gift of 10,000 parcels. \ ; '

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

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N.Z. Express Crash Grim Work of Rescue CREW'S LUCKY ESCAPE Wellington, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

N.Z. Express Crash , Grim Wort of Rescue CREW'S LUCKY ESCAPE Wellington, February -*'- While rescuers were frantically extricating survivors after yesterday's South Island train derailment, -;ne man I ? covered in blood darted in and out of the wreckage calling for his lost child. He was in a state of collapse, but per sisted in his tragic task until led away by rescuers. Many of the passengers were bleeding profusely from cuts caused by jagged glass embedded in their heads. Three passengers were caught under wood and fittings, which bore down at places with a weight of several hundredweight. j The crew cf the derailed express had an amazing escape from death. The Steam cock on a pipe carrying 2001b. pressure of super heated steam was j .sheered off in the cab. Had the men j come in line with the steam when ir j Escaped, they would have been Wiled j instantly. It is believed that they must hare been tumbled into a comer- of the cab.

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Police Radio Service South Australian Scheme MODERN EQUIPMENT Adelaide, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Police Radio Service South Australian Scheme ? t MODERN EQUIPMENT Adelaide, February 20. All South Australian country police divisions are to be linked with Adel aide headquarters by two-way radio. South Australia would be the first State to be so equipped, said the Police Com missioner {Mr. W. F. Johns) to-day. The country hook-up will enable crime reports and urgent x messages to be transmitted simultaneously to divi sional headquarters at Mt. Gambier, Port Pirie, Whyalla, Wallaroo,' Port Augusta and Bordertown. Equipment for the network was bought at a Commonwealth disposals sale In Melbourne last week. The. country network is part of the plan to modernise police communications. Experiments will be made with radio fitted to motor cycle patrols.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths t ? j BIRTH | ANDERSON— On February 24th, 194S, at the Geraldton Maternity Hospital, to Meta and Tim — the gift of a son (Stephen Lester). Mother and son ] both well. j . | IN MEMOKIAM 1 DODD (R. E. H.)— In loving memory of our fond brother and uncle (Bob), accidentally killed at R.A.A.F. Station at Iwa I'uni (Japan) on Feb ruary 25th, 11)47. To dearly loved to bo forgotten. — Inserted by Norina, Les and Geoffrey Taylor. BEREAVEMENT ] THE SISTERS and BROTHERS of the late Lindrum James Scarff desire to thank all kind relatives and friends for telegrams, letters, floral tributes and personal expressions of   sympathy received in their recent sad   loss; especially do they wish to thank   Mr. George Miller, the matron and   staff of the Victoria District Hospital   and the doctor in attendance.. Will all please accept this intimation as a per sonal expression of sincere gratitude. &nbs...

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Northampton District Meeting of Road Board A LENGTHY AGENDA [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 26 February 1948

Northampton District Meeting of Road Board A LENGTHY AGENDA The monthly uieetiuir of the N-»r- Uiiiiui)toii Itoad Board was held «ui tise 14th iiist., there itfiiv^ iiresent ilt»«-si*:. I-'. A. 1'i.rter (chuiruiaul. A. C. Hl;h vUle, H. tsuiikiu,'ll. li. Siuith, A. Uub, A. Izni-U, A. \ . lven;L»ion auu x lie- secre- tary (ALr^fi. ir.' I'Mel). The Uiafrmau tendered ai)bfeg:iOs for the ahseuce «f Slessrs'. Beato'ii' aiid CoUier. wlioui !»e stated were visiting: Perth as delegates to the annual conference of the Far mers' Union. Reports The chairman reported that duri!:;? a visit to Perth. he had inspected various typts of lire-fightiuy ouilits, and in this connection he submitted a recommendation to the Board. He stated further that the cost of this particular outfit was iu excess of the amount authorised by. the Board, and in consequence he had not therefore c-:ii)i-Ieted the purchase. In a further explanation rejrunliug this plant the chairman stated thar the puiup was capable of tle...

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