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THE HELMI[?]TED HONEYEATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

THE HELM1QTED HONEYEATEK. (Drawn by Mjargaret Mallyon. No. of points 7). '

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COMMUNISM. POLICY OUTLINED. LONDON, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

COMMUNISM. POLIO' OUTLINED. ? LONDON. January 17. The Communist 'Daily Worker,' pub lishes the TJiird Internationale's mes sage, signed by M. Theluiaun, to the Australian .Communist Congress, whicj declares that large sections of Au&tr;iv tian workers have been defeated witl- the aid of capitalistic agents, allies or the Labour Party and trades union bV re'aucrats. In the Council's counter offensive, 'the main task is the penetrating- o! the masses with an organisation of in dependent, revolutionary leadership of the working class, and cou'nlcroll'cu sive and ruthless criticism is jieeeSsary against the treacherous pseudo left Trades Union leaders of arbitration, in dustrial peace and White Australian Chauvinism of all shapes. We must combine in the tight % ngainst Austra lian Labour movement as in that against Britain.' The editorial rxtols Hie Australian fightinjr miners for forming their own army of defence and. says the Labour Government's police battoncd the strik ing m...

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STORY. HOW BILLY' WON THE PRIZE. (Written by Mona M'Kim.) [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

STORY. HOW BILL*? WON THE PRIZE. (Written -. by Mona M'Kim.) All the boys :in the village were es- cited, as there was going to be a bicycle race the following day. Billy's brotheqis were teasing him and saying that het.had.no chance of win ning. When the diary came one of his brothers puncttnred his bike. He knew lie had no time' to mend it so he ?walked down the road *to see'the race, when he met an old wwbnan carrying a bundle of wood. He asked her if lie could carry the wooil. for her, and she said that she would be very glad if h'1 would do su. (Tie took the wood from her and carried it right lo her very door. The old ?HT-man asked him -why lie looked so sad. He told her, and sh? said, 'I have (aJi old bike in the shel at the back. You can have it if you like.' He thanked her very much and got on it, and to his astonishment Jie found that the bicycle ran along at full speed without peddling very hard. He soou caught up to the other boye and was not fcwig before he was pa'st the...

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ANOTHER FOOL. IN PLACE OF KAISER. BERLIN, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

ANOTHER FOOL. IN PLACE OF KAISER. BERLIN. January 15. The bitterness against Dr. Schachi. president of the Keichsbank, bag sub sided since t*ie Ger3iaij ? delegation ar The Hague assorted themselves. The Cabinet hesitated to authorise the delegation to amend the regulation to provide for Dr, Scliacht's deposition. because of Ui» blow both to* his and Germany's prettige that such action would involve. The 'Vorwr.rts ' persists in Us at tack on Dr. S'ciiacht's dictatorship, eay ing. ' We did not get rid of the Kaisei to'lje governed by another fool.'

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Girls' Club My Dear Girls. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

!##? My Dear GS'frls, Talking about weather. Well' we're 'getting plentri of it now, and I am just as bad as thjr rest of you for growling. If .it- isn't tltynderstorras we are hav ing, itriel stcjiniy, steamy heat, and' if it Jasts for 'zloug. you won't have any Cousiu Rutlqto write to you at all. -Well, my d^'-ars, have you begun your drawing for | i lie competition yet? 1 am. hoping 4o get soin-a particularly guuu woik nusf uino. as i am sure most of you are (jflond of drawing. It is one of niy own hobbies, too, jn-) I n\eo Jove paiiitiiid./ though alas ! I have little time fori Lhesc arts uowatits^g. I hope you in re all enjoying Um holi days to the ftiDl, and that yo.i -will jjive m-3 an accouiylt of your doings during .these few wcejfcs. Some of you liave not written to inet for ages, and I -do like to her/- often ifrom my young cousins (especially (Iv/ country ones). Kindest regi.nds to you all, my dears. COUSIN RLTH.

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COAL INDUSTRY. HOURS OF WORK. LONDON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

COAL INDUSTRY. HOURS OF WORK. LONDON. January IS. The international coal conference has ended. It failed to agree upon the hours of work. The employers proposed eight hours and the miners seven. The voting on a compromise of scven and a-half was equal. The only decision reached was to in clude the 'question *t the International Labour Conference in June.

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A RAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

?;a raven.. (Drawn by Millie Hutcheon. No. of points (5).

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MOTOR BANDITS. BIG HAUL OF JEWELS. LONDON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

? -j — MOTOR BANDITS. BIG HAUL OF JEWELS. LONDON'. January 16. Motor bandits broke into the re&idr ence of Spehce' Maryon Wilson at Yal tendon and stole £20,000 worth of jewel*-, including a pearl necklace worth £18,000. The burglary was evidently one of a series committed by a gang of four men and two women, who are utilising stolen cars to escape. They were aided by the fact that * gale destroyed the telephone lines.

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LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

LETTERS. Viojet Brown, Mooumera, writes: — Well, Cousin, Low did you like the rain? It was lovely and came just at the right -time. There will be a dance here to-jnorrow uight in aid of the school funds. The dance in aid of the Mount Morgan Hospital, which 'was to have been on the 11th, hae been postponed until the 5th instant. Cousiu, could you tell me what be came of the story 'The Gipsy's Warn ing' I sent in a good while agot 'A day out of Town' I sent in too. I haveu't seen them published aud I thought you mightn't have got them. (I liked the rain immensely, Violet. I do not renumber the 'Gipsy's Warn ing,' but 'Aj day' out of town' was mentioned in last week's paper m not

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DOMINION TRADE. SIR A. DUCKHAM'S IDEA. LONDON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

DOMINION TRADE. SIR A. DUCKHAM'S IDEA. LONDON. January 16. 'When I was in Australia I found that the Australian Prime Minister had bdught two English motors. One mci with an accident. He wailed three months to obtain spare parts and was then billed for £6!l. The Australian Governor-General had a similar experi ence. Sales must be followed by ser vice.' ? ? ; ?'?'. THUS spohe on aiiiiui Jjuvn-naoi, ,ii$ his presidential address before the Im port Society. Ho added that it would be absolutely wrong to rely entirely on Dominion trade. The world was Bri tain's Dominion for export. But British exporters were now laced with competitive prices and competitive quality. Big trade with the Dominions meant big trade both ways. Britain could not expect the Domi nions to give her a great deal without doing something for them.

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MORE SHIPPING. BUILDING INCREASE. LONDON, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

MORE SHIPPING. BUILDING INCREASE. ? * LONDON.1 .Ta-nuarv'N. - Uovd's' roister of shijipiftg 'retiiins for Ihe nuarler ended Dcceittber 31st fchowfi tbe total world's tonnage under uoiiElruvdou oil. thuWate.to bft 3,1 1 1 ,0S0 tons, of which 1,560,254 is being con structed in Britain. This represents an increase of lll.SD!) tons compared with the three in on 111 s ended' Septcmiwr last' year and 317,560 tons eompaivil with the'' sttnie' period in- ?028. ???'?? - The tonnage . utnU-v construction in Britain includes ]liU)00 tons Tor the Dominions. There1 ore 763,912 tons or motor ships tinder construction'' fn Brij tain and M71.022 abroad. ' ' Continued progress in the employment of internal combustion engines is' in dicated by the fact that 70 motor ships are being built in carious parts of the world, eiteli of 800(t tojis or rtver. with 28 steamers of such si/,c,' inclndiu^ 15. motor ships and sis i»teainer« of J.i.OOj Ion* fir over.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

FOR SALE — Farm, 200 acres; Cot tage, well fenced wire netting,, pood well, garden, frjiit trees, 40 hives Bees. For particulars apply B. HAK ?RIS, Clermont. . SUMMER COOLNESS AND ALL WEAHER RESISTANT. XL- ALL VERANDAH AND WIN DOW BLINDS, excel all «ther makes.. Made in three styles— OPEN, CL0$E, and LOUVRKD. 'Composed of voodeu lathe linked together with non-rustable galvanised steel chain?. No strings to rot or cords, to' tangle. Manipulated with an exclusive patented sure-grip! spring PULLEY, which gives freedom; pt rolling. ???; ''?'- X-L-ALL BLDsDS give every, satit 1 feetion, and long life durability.. J;' Painted, any colour, and .cut to any ' 'tues required. '?-'Manufactured LOCALLY, in EOCK . HAMPT0X. and sold by all leading . y^torekeepei'6. ; h Particulars apply — ' ?-' ' ' ? : ^X-L-ALL BLINDS, LTD. :u 52-;B,0L'SOV£R*STREEl\ ? . ,.? . ''PHONE UOL '

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NATIVE UNREST. IN CAPE COLONY. CAPE TOWN, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

NATIVE UNREST! ? -OP- ? j IN CAPE COLONY. CAPE T-l\V\r, .liinnarv 14. Sigiiih'citnce i- nM ached to a nali*:.1 (listiirbHiiec. yuriierdiiy at ( arnaiNon. a small town in llic (ape. re*entinj; the munieipal restrict ion nf -(|iia(iiip on tin; commonage The Minister for .liMioe (Mr. 0. Pirnwr. speaking to-day, omphasiseU that tli« (loiciiiinciit was uali^hvd thai] mere was a possibility ot real danger. Tin- Government i-o-i«e.s»ed doeu ment.*. showing (hut native ornauisation.. were furthering the Bolshevik prujja ganda. The natives were urged to strive, among other things, for the dis ti'ibutiofi of land. The Carnarvon in cident whs a startling illustration.. It has heen suggested (hat Parliament, opening on Friday, should suspend )iii«j ness to di^euss Ihe unrest among thv natives.

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BANDFTS SHOT. ALSO DETECTIVE. CHICAGO, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

BANDITS SHOT. * ALSO DETECTIVE. ''??? CmCAGO.'.taiiliarv'H. Tw«y bandits and one detective were , killed when a pjlitc «squao*:'«ks*'#uin- mdtad-br ?'iterst1 electric si«*ialH« » fdelrionnBic mit' o'eeBpiedl ?^y1'Vrrtcli elockiii' ma-ii!tiii luivr. Harry Sucher man. l'Jic bandit* enli'ic^J the preuiicee ami atieuiptod to lei p Sin lierniaii to , ?'' veal tin: sale \\liii!i contained t'1' jflwcls. The police, on iirriviu'. pxchaiigeit shot- with tl;c Imr^lni's. Two werfc killed ?and a tliinj cttptured alive Sevpi'Jtl police wci' wounded. ON A HERTFORDSHIRE FARM. —Some splendid turkey specimens, whose weight does not perturb their j-*'V \ ft — '''''~ youthful ''caretakers.' IS. Si. G.)

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MOTOR 'BUSES. HEAVY VEHICLES TAX. BRISBANE, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

MOTOR 'BUSES. ' HEAVY VEHICLES TAX. BRISBANE, January 15. A deputation from the Quesn&Jand Motor 'Bus Proprietors' Association, I strongly protested to the Minister for I Railways and Main Roads (Mr. God frey Morgan t, to-day again6t the. im position of the new heavy vehicles' tax on motor 'buses. The President (Mr. O- Maxwell), sajH that according t' schedule L of the re gulations, I.hp.v had to pay 400 per cent, increase in taxation, whereas accordijfe ♦ o schedule 6, the increase was lOO/per cent. Mr. Morgan pointed out that schedule 6 had gone into the regulations by mis take. It would be done away with' in a few days. Hr said he would consider each case on its merits. The Minister hinted that the Gov ernment might make some arrangement ?with the 'bus proprietors, whareby they could work in conjunction instead ol working in competition, or it might es tablish a fleet of 'buses itself in com petition with the 'biis proprietors. He added that it was the duty of the Gov ern...

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TO PROVE MUNGANA. CHIEF DRILLER. CAIRNS, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

TO PROVE MUNGANA. CHIEF DRILLER. CAIRNS, January 15. Mr. ,T. Berry, chief driller of the Queensland Mines Department, arrived in Cairns and will proceed to-day to Mungana, where be will form a party to test the Mungana fields thoroughly with a view to ascertaining its possi bilities as an ^ore-producing centre. The drilling machine 'which has been utilised in the doncurry district, has already been sent to fttungankv so. that no time e will -be misted, in the work ot 'proving the 'field. '''..'.*

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SEQUESTRATION ORDER. EX-RESIDENT OF RAGLAN. BRISBANE, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

SEQUESTRATION ORDER. EX-RESIDENT OF RAGLAN. BRISBANE, Januarv 15. In the Bankruptcy Court today, Mi*. C. A. Morris applied on behalf of John M. Headrick and Co., Ltd., for a seques tration ord-sr against the estate ot Helen Pritchard, of Southport, lately carrying on business at Raglan as a licensed victualler. The applicant company alleged that. Helen Pritchard had departed from un usual place of business on or before October I6th, 1920, with intent to de feat or delay the claims of her credi tors.1 The application was granted.

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SUPPLIES OF PINE. FOR BUTTER BOXES. BRISBANE, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

SUPPLIES OF PINE. FOR BUTTER BOXES. BRISBANE, January 15. A deputation from dairying interests, headed by Mr. T. F. Plunkett, M.L.A., interviewed the Minister fcr Lands (Mr. Deacon) to-day on the question of future supplies of pine suitable for butter boxes. It was pointed out that supplies were diminishing steadily. The deputation asked the Minister to consider the re servation nf one or more Kauri pine forests in North Queensland for butter box purposes. ? The Minister said he was entirely with the deputation in regard to the necessity of making an adequate reser vation of forests, but it was not alto gether possible for him to reserve a particular forest for a particular in dustry. Kauri pine forests, for er aniple, were usually mixed jungle, carrying many other timbers. He thought that the best way of meeting the deputation's wishes was by push ing on with afforestation. He intima ted that Cabinet would give serious consideration to the points raised by the deputation in draftin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

! M. BOLTON & CO., LIMITED, ! j GREAT ANNUAL SALE OF ALL SUMMER DRAPERY. I t STUPENDOUS BARGAIN OFFERINGS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. i ♦ ? ? — ? 1 — : — ? 1 ? : — Hi | BLACK CASHMERE | HOSE, 55 in. LOOM DAMASK, 1/11 40 in. PILLOW COTTON 2/3 29 in. JAP CREPE, White, CREPE BLOOMERS, all col- J ! ♦ coloured tops. Shoe 2 to 4. Yard. Yard. Black, Pink, Blue, Lavender, . . « ? ♦ SPECIAL 3/6. SALE PRICE 1/6 Yard. SALE PRICE 1/7 Yard. Champagne, &c, lOd. Yard. wn- S«e W- Md 0.S. 1/9 Pair.,; J Shoe 5 to 7. ? SALE 7d. Yard, 6/6 Dozen. SALE PRICE 1/4 Pair « I SPECIAL 3/11. 27 in. FANCY ART MUSLIN, 9d. „ .q % „ {n SERVIETTES 9d. ? ; ? _ ? , ; \ ♦ ? SALE PRICE 5Ad Yd 5/3 EacL 38 in MOUSSELINE DE SOIE, CREPE NIGHTDRESSES, all'-; ♦ BOYS' SINGLETS. Pure wool. aALt^Kitfc w. T«.f »/* S ALE Sd. Each, 4/11 Doz. , White Pink, Lemon, Cream, Navy ' J; ♦ Size 22 in. to 26 in. 5 9. uozen- ? J_ ? and Brown, 1/1 Yard. ctAfmst. Size W. and O.S. 3/11. r ; | SALE PRICE 3/9. ^26 in. STRIPED TWEED 1/11 MO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

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