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    Geraldton Guardian and Express (WA : 1929 - 1947) Saturday 29 August 1942 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Pig and Poultry Feed.—The Minister for Commerce (the Hon. W. J. Scully) announced the other day that an amendment to the National Security 1346 words
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    Death of Mr. E. Blayney.— The death occurred at the Victoria District Hospital on Monday last of an old resident of the district in the person of Mr. Edward Blayney. He entered the hospital a fortnight previously suffering from a severe attack of influenza, but his condition gradually weakened and he passed peacefully away as stated. The deceased's parents arrived in Western Australia in the early days of the Colony, travelling from the old country in the 'City of Bristol. After a brief period spent at Fremantle they journeyed to Tibradden which in those days was conducted by members of the Davis family. The late Mr. Blayney was born at Sandsprings seventy-five years ago and was well known on the cattle stations throughout the Murchison, and of recent years had worked on a sheep grazing property in the Yuna district. He is survived by three sisters (Mrs. Frazer. of Northampton, Mrs. E. Patten of Nabawa, and Mrs. E. Whitehurst of Nabawa). The funeral took place in the Church of England portion of the Utakarra Cemetery on Wednesday, when the prayers at the graveside were read by the Rev. J. G. Crook, Rector of Bluff Point. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. A Pinder, of Forrest Street, Geraldton

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