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

Sore Aching FEET/ Sore, painful feet is a bad enough affliction witboutaggravat ing it by the use of poisonous lotions and powders: After bath ing the feet in warm water, freely anoint them with Zam-Buk. Penetrating deep into the tissues, this reGned herbal balm soon removes the cause of bad feet. Zam-Buk relieves swollen blood-vessels, draws out poisonous secretions that are choking up the pores, and softens callousies, bunions and other hard growths. Rub comfort and healing into your feet with Zam-Buk to-night! jmfck ' Wl ttemists seU 2im-Buk it U6 ft 3/6 lex* \ £9-0-0 -j^2S^~-/^A VJ FULLY MOUNTED THIS mKl/^^^^ Excellent . m^Uf^ Poley W If Built on beit stock tree, || - til with extended gullet, of best \\ II selected kip, procurable \\ #1 JAMES SMITH & SONS, STANLEY-STREET, SOUTH BRISBANE. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR FURTHER ILLUSTRATIONS AND PRICES. ^nn|nnnutti1iiUiiiiiiiiiiiuiiimMiiiiniimiiiiiMuniniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMmiiMiniiitiiiiininiiiiimniimiimiino c I WMGALE^ | ...

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

Film-Free Teeth V There is now a way to quickly lighten clouded teeth. Tender gums, too, are firmed ; given the healthy coral colour that is necessary to set white teeth off. Run your tongue across your teeth tnd you'll feel a slippery coating. That is film. Old-type dentifrices won't successfully combat it. That's why your teeth have remained V off-colour ' regardless of what .you did. , Now, in the new- type dentifrice caikd Pepsodent, those-conditions have -been Diet — you can dear that film off. Teeth whiten amazingly. One's whole appearance thus is often quickly changed. 2°15 i m . ?'?.: '^pr7 2| tons or REX Foods _s %, Wanting greatest food-value in small ,/'? bulk, wanting at the same time meats ,: unimpeachable in quality and a pleas* ure to eat, Sir Douglas Mavvson has \ taken with him :— ! 1080 one pound cans REX-PYE 5 cwt. of REX Canned Pork Sausage 5 cwt. of REX Canned Lorraine Smoked Sausages ' 5 cwt. of REX Canned Beet' Sausages 1 ton of REX Bacon X ton of REX Hams * ....

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SHEEP AND WOOL. AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY. LONDON, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

SHEEP AND WOOL. . AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY. LOKDbN. January 15. The Trade Commissioner for England in Australia (Mr. B'. W- Dalton), in a report ou economic and trade conditions in the Commonwealth, exhaustively eui veys the sheep and wool industry and 6Rys that the fall in the price of wool has made it urgently necessary that either the cost of production should be decreased under the existing conditions or oy a cuangc m me tuiivniuuo «» i'« ductivity without -the same costs in creased. It would seem from the details avail able that there was not really justiica tion for the pessimism at present ex isting in certain circles. ' An outstanding fact that is recogr n i bed both by governments and leaders of industry is that industry will not be really safe or even comparable in prosperity with pre-war years, until producing conditions are changed in the direction of achieving lower land Tallies and general costs,' he continued. '^Mucb can be done, and is being done, to increase productivity...

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

iiiHniniinHiiHinnniiiuiiiiiMimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiniiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiitiiiiiitini ? iiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiriiiinii': DIPLOMACY., | (For the '.Central Queensland Herald.') MtllllllHiiiHniMimimiiimiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiHiini«miiiii ? miiuiiiiiiiMiiiruiiiiiiiiiiiiiMliiinmillmu* 'But, Auntie, it's so absurd! You admit that Jack is a really good-fellow, yet you woq't allow me to speak to him ex cept at meals . If he's not fit to associate with me outside, he's surely no fit associate for me at the table.' ' TEANNE, my darling, auntie knows _ best. The present absurd demo cratic custom necessitates your meet ing this young man at meals. The posi tion between servant and mistress is not as it was in my younger days. You must remember that you are a - de Baritz, and have the blood of a Prince of Orange in your veins, and it is not seeming that you meet men of his calibre as social equals.' 'But, Auntie, he's proud, too. *His great-grandfather came out on one of the v...

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ALL FRENCH SHIPS. TO BE BUILT IN FRANCE. PARIS, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

ALL FRENCH SHIPS. TO BE BUILT IN FRANCE. PARIS, January U. 'M. Tardicu has decided that as soon as possible all French ships shall be built in France,' said M. Louis Rol-1 tin, Minister for the Merchant Marine.' He added that between July, 1028, and] November, 1JI29, France added 300,000 tons of mercantile marine, of which1 England and Ireland built 90,0-H) tons and Germany 40,000. M. Tardieu de cided this month to change 'in order that we are no longer dependent on other powers for ships.' A part of the vast'-creait voted for tlie develop'! ment of national resources will be used to create adequate shipyards, and France will then invite the world to have ships built there.

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

GILLESPIE'S KING OF PATENTS FLOUR Has Given Satisfaction for Nearly 50 Years. .. . NEVER VARIES IN QUALITY. - ALWAYS RELIABLE. New Zealand Loan & Mercantile Agency Co. - ? Limited, ?.. v . i,' 'v ;?-. -y - ? , SoU Agents, . * '.. ??' * ?- : : . TO PEOPLE WHO DREAD BILIOUSNESS. The very bent treatment for tho:-'.' dreadful bilious attacks is a dose ol little Pink?ttee, which bo promptly. ?fficicntly and safely dispel the poisoub that are disturbing the system and :-r using the nauseating symptoms and racking headfiches. People vim suffer biliousness will find Pinkuttcs tiie super-excellent re medy. For removing constipation, dis pelling torpid liver, aiding the appe tite, sweetening the breath, tJiuy »'- invaluable. Of, chemists and stores 1/3 bottle. PINKFTTES Laxative Perfection KEEP YOU WELL FREE sample sont on application t-- A.X. Dept., Box 594FF, G.P.O., Sydney. The motion was carried, Cr. Stirrat jeing the only one in opposition. CONVALESCENT HOME Emu Park. FOR WOMEN A...

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HATRY DEBACLE. FUND STARTED. LONDON, January 15, [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

HATRY, DEBACLE. FUND STARTED. LONDON, January 15. It is officially announced that out ot the fund of £1,000,000 required to s-avc the public from loss by the Hatry de bacle' the brokers' directly concerned have contributed £800,000, while banks and members of the Stock Exchange not directly, interested are ranking gbo-l the deficiency, which is estimated at £200,000. , ' ??? The actual date of the final «ettle mffifc has aot yet been fixed

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BARON RICHTOFEN. NAME ENSHRINED IN BOOK. LONDON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

BARON RICHTOFEN. NAME ENSHRINED IN BOOK. LONDON, January 16. Uuce again Baron. RichtofeifB Jiaaoe is blazing lorth. .This „ ti»e it is en shrined in a book, published to-day, 'The Ked . ltnigl»t ot Germany,* iu which its told oi his death.. Whether the author, Mr. ^'ioyji Gibbons, is ac curate is unknowii,.Ja!Ufc, ihX Book was compiled from the Barons secret peppers and authenticated .from German re cords.'' It goes -far to settle the con troversy of his death. The book tells how the Baron was jubilant over his 80th victory and 'glorying in his 26tb decoration, ths Order of the Bed Eagle, goJDg confidently to lead out a ' red circus ' in an all-red fighter. ' Captain Hoy Brown, a Canadian him self, who was a wreck alter 14 months' air warfare, led the British flight in the fight at Corbie: and then began Richto iea'n circus, attacking twa British re connaisance planes. British fighter* two miles above swooped down to their rescue. Under Captain Brown's com* niand was Lieutenant W. R...

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QUEENSLAND'S NEEDS. ROAD TO PROSPERITY. BRISBANE, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

QUEENSLAND'S -N&DS. ROAD TO PROSPERITV. BRISBANE, January 16. Uie Premier (Mr. Moore), in an ad dress to the Constitutional Club to-day, declared that the Government was legis lating -for the whote'bf 'the people, not for any section. Its great objective vru to place Queensland on the high road to prosperity. He stressed tho. fact that this could not be done by spending next year's income this year. It could only be done by stimulating production, and if it was necessary in order to do this they should work 48 hours instead of 41. then that would have to be don*.. Th.e only alternative to this 'would be to accept a reduction in wages. Unfortunately the present generation of workers had been brought up with the idea that the standard of living was a creation of Parliament aijd that it could be maintained by legislation with out special industry- or effort. That was absolutely wrong, and the fallacy of such an idea had to be recognised in order that Queensland's '.prosperity c...

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

W. T. D. SMITH, HIGH CLASS BAKER and PASTRY COOK. TOWN, 'AND COUNTRY, ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Wedding and Birthday Cakes * Parties, Picnics, Socials, &c. Box Lots. A Specialty. Price on Application. Railed C.O.D. ~ 'Phone* — r- P.Q. Box 298. 326 Archer-street, 1SS JViJUam-street. . ? nncic uampthn ?

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CHILDREN BLINDED. AT EYE CLINIC. LONDON, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

CHILDREN BLINDED. AT EYE CLINIC . LONDON, January 15. The- Vienna-' correspondent of the 'Daily Express' eays that k message from Athens reports that 40 children were blinded as the result of a mistake - at an eye clinic for children near Athens, where they were taken to have their sight tested. The children on ar rival at the clinic were conducted to a iuviu, wucre eevertu putienia woie ??*- ing treated for infectious disease. The attendant in charge of the room im mediately sprayed the children's eyes with a syringe, charged with » powerful cauterising fluid, and all the little vic tims were permanently blinded.. Athens is is an uproar, and tbe at titude of the populace is eo menacing that the Minister for Health (M. ^mntanouilides) has ordered the tria^ of all tbe eenttets employed at the

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RIOTS IN GERMANY. SEVERAL DEATHS. BERLIN, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

RIOTS IN GERMANY. SEVERAL DEATHS. BERLIN. January 1 i. : Communists, acting on instructions from Moscow, are endeavouring to ex ploit the increasing unemployment in Germany. The authorities here are alarmed. Police reinforcements have arrived, and -' the streets of the working class quar ters are heavily patrolled. Fifty arrests were made yesterday m-enir.cr uhpn a lipmnnstr.ilinn was dis persed. Street fighting has continued for the ?past 48 hours at Wornis, following the refusal of the 'police to permit a meet ing, of 2000 unemployed, which was or ganised by the Communists. Two youths were killed and hundred? trere injured. - ? Disturbances have also -occurred at Chemnitz, where three persons were '. kiiled and 14 injured.

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GIRL OF TWENTY-TWO. INHERITS £500,000. LONDON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

GIRL OF TWENTY-TWO. INHERITS £500,000. LONDON, January 16. Under the will of Lieutenant-Colonc! \\\ B. Brocklehurst, of ButlevV Hail near Macclesfield, his grand niece Lettice Talbot, a pretty girl aged ii, iimehu ?? - £500,000 conditional on obtaining her grandmother's consent to many, or, alter , . ; the grandmother's death, the consent of the ' majority of her .trustees.

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HIGH COMMISSIONER. FOR NEW ZEALAND. LONDON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

HIGH COMMISSIONER. FOR NEW ZEALAND. LONDON, January 16. 'The High Commissioner's term is tat too short, and I hope it will be length ened in Mr. Wilford's cast-,' said Lord Jellicbe, presiding at a luncheon teh . dered. by the New Zealand Association to welcome Mr. Wilford, who is the ? ' new High Commissioner for New Zea land. Amongst those present was the newly-appointed Governor-General of i\ew z.eaiana (liOia meittisloe). Mr. Wilford said that New Zealand had not shut a'nd barred the door against migration, but was marking time ior economic reasons. Meanwhile, she was buying. British -goods. He hoped to see . a New Zealand women's association formed in -London. Perhaps a loca! knowledge of the Pacific, round which half the population of the world dwelt, might be useful to the naval confer ence. ' He had visited 32 countries, meeting leaders and trying to understand their problems.

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

\., M.. L. & F. CO., LTD.. AUSTRALIAN. MERCANTILE. l.-AXD AND FINANCE COMPANY. LTD. (Incorporated 1S03.) LONDON, : SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, BRISBANE, TOWNSVILLE. Also at Buenos Ay res, Argentine. WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS STOCK AND STATlOy AGENTS. Brisbane Office : 129 1 reek Street R. Sinclair Smith. Manager. A. M- Murdoch. Secretary. J. H. Bennett & Sons, GENERAL ENGINEERS AND OXYACETYLENE WELDERS. IITACHINERY REPAIRS of every A description. We are Expert Welders in all irork at reasonable cost Consistent irith first-class workmanship. Con sult us on anything. Will cost you lotting. Send us any broken part, and we will return same equal to new. All metals, and will guarantee oar work. ROSIER & NORTON, WATCHMAKERS, JliWELLERS, ENGRAVERS. DIAMOND RINGS A SPECIALITY. 28 DENHAM ST.. ROCKftASlPTON

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

'ARAB HOKSKS. 'Xtttive' writes:— Cau you tell ux if any purebred Arab horses \tere ini ported into Queensland? I jay then \«»s. . Old Koser was one. (We an unable to slate whether any such home1 were, imported, but some oi' our reader may be able to i-upnlv tl;c ilesired in formation.— Ed. M.B.)*

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CAME MAILMAN. UNIQUE HEROISM. ROCKHAMPTON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

CAME MAILMAN. UNIQUE HEROISM. ROCKHAMU'ON. January 18. Many are the stories of Ii9roiim that have come from the West, but perhaps there is none greater than that of the deed of Arthur Thomas Xison, h mail contractor, n described by the police ait 'oW'©* 'the 'gfttoest thing* on earth^ who dashedj into roaring flames «o that hi* toiirlit save a minntitv of His MaiesV ty's mail entrusted to his cart;. N.ixon^has a mail contract in the Springsure' district and on the uightot^ tho ljth iijstant; as was his custom, hie pulled up at Collie Station for the night. His truck was loaded with mails and benpiqe and it was safely housed. A jeal bushmah, Nixon, a light sleep er, was awakened early on the follow ing morning by the roar of flames. He ?ou.'i discovered 'that' hit truck - V±-- ' afjlazc, an-], throwing a blanket over, hi s- . head, r-c jumped on to the lorry, whic-1; by this time was a blazing inferno, diu b.t its highly inflamuble taijro, and threw : a cJUoof blazing uenr.ine off th...

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WOOL STATISTICS. AUSTRALIAN CLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

WOOL STATISTICS. AUSTRALIAN CLIP. The appended figures supplied by tho Brisbane Wool Selling Brokers' Associa tion - afford an interesting comparison regarding the wool handled from July 1st, 1928, to June 30th, 1020, and from July 1st, 1029, to June 30th, 1030. Tlie first deals with 1928-29, the figures representing the number of bales : — ' Red. Sold Shpd. Held Sydney .. 1164699 1151614 11198 1887 Brisbane . 387757 381080 0486 182 Victoria . 698572 685800 11254 14'iS Adelaide . 231840 228597 267S 571 W. Ans. . 161367 159381 1885 101 Tasmania 45789 43569 220S 1-' Totals . 2600030 2650140 35709 4181 TfliO n lAtinmlo/J 4-nKlrt olinu-£ ilia fiiviiFAK for 1029-30 : — Sydney , 1010227 431130 3039 58U58 Brisbane . 268315 121046 5015 142254 Victoria . 599905 234132 378S 381987 Adelaide . 172319 112240 3020 570.VJ W. Aus. . 101797 75182 1610 840»iJ i Tasmania 32416 765 732 3O91'J| Totals . 2250079 974495 18111 125837a J

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

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THE LUCKY KITTENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

THE LUCKY KITTENS. (Written by Johanna' O'Donoghue). One day Jean asked her friends Mary and Grace, to go for a picnic in the bush with her. so they packed a basket and set off and soon they cone to a cave, and they laid the cloth for lunch. They were about to ait down when they heard a uoi.se. 1'What was that?' said Grace. 'I dQ not know,' said Mary. ' 'Well, let's go and see,' said Jean. So they went into the cave, and to their sur prise, they saw an old cat with three darling little kittens. 'They look so cold and hungry, let's take them home,' -Said the girls together So they took them out of the cave and save them something to eat. And they set off again, to ask their parents could they keep their pets. When the parents sow them, they were delighted and said they could. I think the picnic was a very lucky one for the little kit tenB. (No. of points 6.)

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