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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

AJVLL, & F. C&, Ltd. AUSTRALIAN MERCANTILE LAND AND Fk^CJE CO¥., LTD., ; - Liiuorpuruled 1863.' : lclvdun'; 'Melbourne/ syittjiiy, B8i'SJM*& ?ipwnsvjlljs ; ALSO \AT BUENOS Ai'RlIS, ARGKNTINA. V TJie , Company . makes ADVANCES oiu Postural Properties on En- . suing Wool Clips, and on Fat Stock and all others Station and Cut- ? clieirt' i'itJdufC. . , - ' . Wool, . Hide, . Skin, at)d Tallow Brokers/ Stock _nud Jsittttjwa Agejits, ',. Close Attention given to all ConBignmuiits,, large or small. ..??Offices: .lSU-isS .Creek-street. ' \y6ol Ktotes: Bulimba, ? R.- Sinclair Smith, Manager. . ^Brisbane. ? ? . . . . A. Jl., SJuixloch, Secretary. HKlc^-Skin', Stores. Buiimba; ' ,- Goldsbrough, Mort and Company, Limited, - '- ? KUCKHA-Sli».TON — WOOL AXD L'RODLGE' BKOHEUfS, STOCK A.\lJ- STATION AGE1CT!:. lAUKHAL CASH . ADVANCES liiiide on ISnsuiiig Wool Clip and ou mi all station .Produce aijd tseeuritii'g. Coii*'giiiiii?iiU''of \Vool, Sheep Skins Marsvpfar SUfns, ; Hid...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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JENKINS—PRIZEMAN. ROCKHAMPTON, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

! J EN lvl N S— P K I Ziiil AN. . ROCKJIAMPJ'UN, Uecciuber 27. Our Uladstone eorresiionueiu writes: A 'wedding tif interest to a large, circle of friends was eulebiated to-da.» { Boxing Day- at St. Saviour's Church, when' Mr. \V. A. Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jenkins, ot Uockhamp ton, dvas married to* Miss ivy E. Prize man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. Prizeman, of Gladstoue. The Kev. S)Mjneer Booth olUeiated. Miss N. Tud maii 'presided at the organ and Miss Hilda Wallace (Koekhaniutoii) rendered a sol]) during the signing of the register. The church was very artistically de coratjed by friends of the bride. Tlu» bride, who was given away by her lalhiir, wore a graceful gown of white satitf beaute with a white marietta skirti knee length in the front, falling to as peacock drape at the back, and weighted with picotedged petals of satin beaule. The fashionable waist length bodi(!e was relieved with handmade mar&tte rosebuds. The bridal veil aud train' Vf embfoldere...

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MR. AND MRS. R. MACOUN. ROCKHAMPTON, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

Mi. A^ ^.;^;. MACO^,: lUKkHiiiPto^si^bmbVS i'alrS' There was i (ai'jgv a'iid' uKfiuy ^'ther- in^r at that iStt^M ??mi'deiici!.'' 4^ Boh brate. tlie 4-#«wwcd.diin;' of Mr, «% Uv*. Rob^Mj|W^,tyij, th&tam Having read of the ojiiiortUnitieK oMVrinjr in Auttf alia, Mr, 'MaCoun de cided that he and Ins1 good* wife sllbfild come t« tlie land of mins}iihe. and pp*. ?lortuiuiy. and tliey accordingly left Ire-' land on Au£uat 4tJi, liMSO, arriving «l' Ivepjiel Bay oil Deeen-.ber !)th. On tlie way out. the .firjt. rii:!d. Uobert Prince M;!conn. was boj'n or Xmember 2Otb. The family tauie slraiglit ,io .Mock-i !i uujiton. where they have resided w«r' ^ince. .Mr. Macoun,. w^un4su.a- HaddJer by trade, worked with Mr. J. Ruther ford f-a- four years lintil the litter went nut of business. He then joined the stair of Mr. John Kd-far. ' v/bcre he had bivu engaged for the past 45 years. ?ilr. .M.ieoui] celebrated Wb 73rd With' dav -»n Wednesday. Mre. Macoun was (i'.i mi .July 3rd l^st. There w...

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STEAMER IN TROUBLE. CAPE TOWN, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

STEAMER IN TROUBLE. CAPE TOWN,: December 30. A furious storm lashed the coast dur ing the week-phd and. the eteamer But ton: Hall,; cany ing 100 live cattle, which left iieie/yesterday, sent a wireless mes eige 'that shef -Was' returning and that the cattle , stalls' were.. broken. ,A larcra Hahintr Imafc. with a crew of four, -is missing and1 it is thought it has, been. lost, :..??' - Thgjnail' steamer did not call at Mus Bpr^Bay andifl 'bringing on passengers ' and cargo .for that port to Cape Town. YTttref*;weEkB-;:raui' at Mauritius ter minated' in, a terrific thunderstorm last night, Port Louis was plunged into complete darkness owing to the flood ing of the power station. The water roue to a height of 8 ft. in some houses. Thousands of bags of eugar -were sub merged., \ ? The town to-day presented a scene of pitiful desolation. -

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GLOOMY REVIEW. LONDON, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

GLOOMY REVIEW. LONDON. December 'Jti. Financial v.riters, euinmiqg up 1921* are almost unanimously dismal and onlj a few show much inclination to be opu mistic regarding 1930. To quote one authority 'The past year has not been a good one, either in the financial or the business world. Business has languished. Exports fcavu ouown decreases, even compared with t^c unsatisfactory figures of 192s, while losses have been sustained by financial institutions through failures in one direction, to say nothing of the lossec by the public in the fall of share values, which have probably been greater than for many years past. There is, however, one writer wli-- holds out a little ray of hope for l'JSO. The ?'Economist' says, 'The Stock Exchange is still overhung with a cloud of uncertainty till the Hatry settle ments are completed. It has, so far, weathered, not only the domestic storm but the pressure from across the At lantic. Cyclonic forces in the finaucia.' world which we have met were cri...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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AIR SERVICE LONDON, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

AIR SERVICE LONDON, December 30. Imperial Airways has informed the Australian Press Association that tier* is little prospects of au air service to Australia within two yeare, perhaps not within' three years. 'We aro in correspondence with, the Australian and Homo Government,' tho nmiinn/nv khvs. 'but we have not 1 cached an agreement, because we must have the I ultimate co-operation of every country * traversed,, each of which must provide a service,- personnel and a proportion ol the finance. In any case, Australia *. must realise, that after the extension t-- Delhi, Bombay and Calcutta, Imperial Airways will provide, at the earliest . possible date, a- further extension tc Capetown, via Egypt which probably will be in operation at the end of 1930. ? 'Afterwards, there will be an exten sion to Australia, completing the origi nal plan of services to Egypt, -.«ui.' Persia and South Africa.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

-fflMfflSmt TRADE MARK ; '? . *' '*?? '*^K=~»«-~— IMi ' '-' \ WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMSCPMP/ NEW HAVEN, CONN., U. 6. A. tA ! ire- j usi Winchiwer Ammunition in WtncJwtterf Rifitc$—they '\ a,.- :- :.:'- fC7 crfi oAer. TKae'$ a Winchattr Rifitund Acre's I ? Winchester At^unttton /or et^ .22 caltbff -hao^t^w|-ctc. J ?

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MATABELE RISING. CAPE TOWN, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

MATABELE RISING. CAPE TOWN. Decsmber 30. ' The defence force at Bulawayo was l called out during the week-end to quell a native, tribal disturbance. The Matabeles resent the presence of. the Maniga natives' location, alleging that they are depriving them of jobs and interfering .with their wires. ' The Matabeles [organised ' an* attack; which resulted* in. two being killed, 'two dangerously wounded, and 60 injured. . The location was demolished and the contents burnt. - ? The outbreak, was widespread' and th- police -wefe unable' to cope- with it. ??? '. Europeans; jrere-,; not molesteid,

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THE ANTARCTIC. MONTE VIDEO, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THE ANTARCTIC. 'MONTE VIDEO, December 30. - Th'e Government radio station an nouriced the receipt' of a message from. Sir Hubert Wilkins stating he had dis covered territory, previously unknown, in his last flight over the South Polar Sea.

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AUSTRALIAN TARIFF. LONDON, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

AUSTRALIAN TARIFF. LONDON. December SO. The Board of Trade is preparing a memorandum concerning the Australian tariff as a basis for discussion between the Australian Minister for Trade and Customs (Mr. J. E. Fenton) aud British traders. It is officially recognised that the Board cannot interfere with Austiaha's domestic politics, but it is within iLs province 10 tuciliiate a . meeting bo tween the parties. There has been a protest against the tariff, which has been descried as m6if2' revolutionary than evolutionary and tic opir'on is expressed that Mr. fcjcullin ?(the Australian Prime Minister) should 'concede some amelieratipn. The Overseas Ssttlenient committee is arranging for an informal conforeuc..1 with Mr. Fenton on matters relating to Australia's suspension of assisted inigia tion. Steel houses, complete with bathroom; electric light, and ceutrul heating, and which can be constructed . in eight minutes and, erecttd on their sites ') , a few hours, are tc be built in Parie a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

i AT LAST! ! A Ssl that will vvcrk off Home Lighting Plants, and ! STROMBERG CARLSON has it. r' . ? - IHL MTiOMuLRU CAKLti'JN i:i.i;XTKlf SIX. C'in i: ? ?? -He L-.ipi;1'.L-i'ty ,V\ OVk ofi ' o-', 5'J, l^U. ::ij and ^40 U.C. feupply Mains. -.IJiPLY 1'LUli LN A-SD.^VMICH. UN. ] :u EAIlliKlhi- KLyUiUElJ. { ALSn:AUAN MADL.;' '*.';. «.L .MvAMLLU \: MUMUi. .... OMA' UN^.:UIAI. ,W IL^L. 5 ... ?*'?{. '? II -oti liavt /J.iix.oVliL-r^ ayujjly .than t^ut tiu-ntiuncJ, let luc knuv .what it -I.-.. \^ iicn m ritivg, -utc jour .^etJppiy. * i rui; i ill l'AiuiL'Ui.AKs uUutl;— -dusk 'L' \ ' ' ...... 1 JAS. GltLAN 2 l^aipfes Hoii^. h pRQCJU*AM£tON.-' P.O. Box 193.

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BILL HALL'S COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

BILL HALL'S COURTSHIP. (For the 'Central Queensland Herald'. Bill Hall sat by his camp fire . It was out in Central Queensland with its great plains and the ghostly clump of trees, and like many places in the bush its loneliness — which affords a man much time for thoughts . The mail driver had left him a letter at the letter box, and man} times during the day he had read it, and now as he stirred the fire into a blaze and read it over again by the flickering light he was more puzzled than ever. e 'Dear Bill.— If you will ride to Stouey Creek cm Sunday evening 1 will meet you at the bridge. Talking would bQ more convenient than writ ing. — Annie Foster,.' he read. 'K 's 1 he bijrRest puzzle I've ever run against,'' he said, folding and re placing UK? letter in the envelope, ;i lid thinking of some enlightenment. 'Talking would be more convenient 1 ha.ii writing? What the deuce have we got. to talk 'bout anyway? Annie Fouler — that. pretty little girl old .lohnson brought up as a coo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

The Swedish Flight Captain Ahrenberg will next summer try to fly from Stock holm to New York, a flight which he un successfully attempted recently. ' Where did you get that tine ne'.» bat?' 'I bought it 10 years ago. Seven years ago I had it newly pressed. Three years ago it was dyed ulack. The year before last I liad a new band put round it. Latt week I exchanged it in a restaurant !'? THE 3OUTHPORT SCHOOL. (Church of England Grammar School). (Founded and conducted for '28 years by Ven. Archdeacon. Horace H. Dixon, M.A.. Cantab.) Head Master : B. G. LAWRENCE, M.A. CANTAB. Assisted by a Staff of Rrcsident and Visiting Masters. Three Houses in the Senior Sdico!, Junior Housp for boys between 8 and 13 years of age. Magnificent new buildings — glorious climntc — excellent ground. Boye prepared for all Public Exam inations. Special form for boys goin,\J on the land. Vext term commences February 3rdj 1930, For Illustruted prospectus apply : THE BURSAR, k:' Th« Spullifort School, SontLpor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

CONVALESCENT HOME Emu 'Park. J'OU WOMEN AMD CHILDREN. (luicr Umtiol of Ko«;kliumptoii Hospitals Board.) C I. r-;!-: 10 STATluN AND IJKACI1. I't. ill.lt' AND 1'RIVATK W.MtDS. II K^i-LJ.ALd ACCOMMODATION. il'ci'i'lu wlin Rii' aW-k are NOT liligiMe for AHmitsion.) Convalescents Only. u/.v/t, iLu;-nni'ii. on 'I'iiusb to the va.thun. » illlllltilltllllllMlllllHIIIItlMllinkltlllMIIIMIIIIIMlllllltllflllllllllllllllllMlllllltlllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllUIMMMIIItlirillllMMIIIIIIinitll' 'Minium MIIIMiillMIMIilllM.HIIMHIIiMllltMHfMMMIMi .llilllimilnlllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIHIHIIIItllllllllHIMIIiy 1 For Everything In The Furniture And Furnishings Linel | GOODSON BROS., - I I _ fpSsjbsaWij^^^Bl^^^^^ES'^^&Mg&0 ? V?*,,. n *r-^ '*' ' ' ? ? _ , . _. . «— r- ..??''? --''^P I A ,*OJ ^^S^*^ . 3 PIECE ElCDltOOM SLITE as illustration £1S/1O/-, in Silky s ' . ' Oik. ! W( . ., .,?'... , ..... .,-,t.i -''I- «''? UliDSTIiAU, wilb Wire Mattress attached £5/10A to * We have Laiw S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

BREMNERS' NEW YEAR SALE GIFTS We have made Most Dra:tic Reductions Throughout ihie Store to etfect a Quick New Year Clearance, so This Is the Most Opportune Time to Purchase Your Requirements Months Ahsad. v ' = 27 in. BOMBAY TWEED FOR 40 in. RAYON CURTAIN NET, 22 in; WYPO TOWELLING, 1/H YARD. FOR 1/11 YARD. FOR 9£d. YARD' 27in. BOMBAY TWEED.- i 40 in. RA VON CURTAIN NET, 22 in. WYPO TEA TOWEL good serviceable cloth and will on cream ground, pqu ere weave u\G \ -rood reliable tmvcllintr give splendid wearing for boys' and self, coloured stripe and figun- * ? . !ena0le ro«el'ne Summer Suitings, washes well and between. MJtl. artificial t=ilk border : and ver^' ?-»orbwit and a eloth wears well. Usually Sold 1/4J of lavender, or pink' work. Usu- you. can depend on. Lsually Sold ?T«rd. ' ally Sold 2/0 yard. lOJd. yard. NEW YEAR PRICE -1/1} YD. NEW YEAR PRICE J /1 1 YD. NEW YEAR PRICE 9£d. YD. (GENUINE CREAM FUJI SILK FOR 1/9 YARD. 5000 YARDS OF OUR FAMOUS FUJI SILK. IT'S '..ABSOLUTELY T...

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OUR RAINFALL CHART. VALUABLE DATA DISAPPEARING. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

OUR RAINFALL CHART. . VALUABLE j-ATA DISAPPEARING. ?'*? t^' ^b^[?8)e Jfec^r pUys so important a, .part in the affairs of the primary producer as does that of rainfall. It is the topic of absorbing interest to them all,. and usually is die determining factor in the success or failure of their products. ; , ?'? Yet each year/sees valuable records -isappeiring without having been published, and thus are lost data that might be of the u.mobi value to surrounding districts. ' ? ? ? . The 'Central Queensland Herald' desires to foster the collection and proper tabulation of all such data,* and is particularly anxious to obtain copies of all your recorded monthly rainfalls. It also hopes to help facilitate the collection of this -Jata in future, and has had this ? table compiled: — . . . . 'CENTRAL QUEENSLAND HERALD' RAINFALL CHART. . Use. this chart to keep a rec ord for; your rainfall each year: — Name of place ? .,... ? For the year 19 ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

? , ? ,,,, ? ,,,,,,,...,, l,iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiimjiniiiiimiiimiimmiiimin:iimiiiiiiuminiiiiimiiiiiii''- ^Uiuillliwillllliiiimiiimiiii'iiiiii.i''!'''''11'1' ? 2 | | | XMAS APPAREL AND XMAS GIFTS. | *? z c - H 1 Ready to wear Suits in Greys and Indigo Serges from 90/-. I 1 Sports Cbats from 27/6. Cream Garb. Trousers from 10/6. f | Swimming Costumes from 10/6. Silk Shirts from 12/6, in j I Tourist. Tennis and Sports, Tobralco Shirts from 12/6. ] | Hats from 1 8/6 . Ties from 2/6 . Safety Razors from 2/- . j ! Fountain Pens from 7/6. Handkerchiefs, all kinds and j i Prices ancl all classes of Travelling Goods. f I i | Anything in Men's Wear at Good Value send to j | J. W. JONES LTD., I | CENTRAL QUEENSLAND TAILOR AND MERCER, j I EAST STREET —tt—ROCKHAMPTON. \ I ?r ? „ ? „ ? „.; ,5iiiiiiiiiii»iuHU!iiuiiliiilliiiiUiiiiiiiiii»'uiiiimiiiiiii'i ? iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiinntiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiinm

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

Every year China uses 4000 tons ot lilies as food. The flowers are made in- ., to a nourishing soup. ? There are 41,000 acres less of agri cultural land in England and Wales than, there were twelve months ago. Legion of Honour, D.S.O., Croix de Geurre, Order of St. Maurice aud St. Lazarus (Italy), aud Order of . A viz (Portugal) are the decorattious held by Brigadier J. E. S. Briud, appointed Major-General, Royal Artillery, India. Remove the Film Teeth. Qrow Whiter You merely think your teeth are dull, ' off colour.' The new dental way' amazes — it combats serious tooth and gum disorders, too. Oldvtype dentifrices failed to remove that film successfully. That's why brushing has failed you. Now leading dentists urge trie special film removing dentifrice, Pepsodent, for this purpose. Results are quick and surprising, Film coats go. Teeth whiten; sparkle like jewels. Bacteria that thrive in film are com bated ; tooth decay, gum troubles and pyorrhea thus scientifically fought. Get Peps...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

| Herdstoa newleoseoflik/ i | V ||.- | | TPHE tired business j ?*? man does not want j a stimulant, he needs j a builder, and the ? greatest known feeder I of brain and builder of S nerves is I Fisher's | CREATNERVET0N1C I Feeds the Brain end Builds the Nerves '? j Thousands of the most success | ful business men in Australia take a few drops every morning. Try this and note the improve ment in your fitness, clarity of mind and vibrant energy. Begin a course to-day. Your chemist will supply you with enough for weeks for 1 /3 ; four times the quantity, 3/-. , Homoeopathic And General Chemists - 054 George St.. SYDNEY ' I j IDEAL PRESSING WORKS, | 1 '*:ham street. i | (Next to Leichhardt Hotei,) jj i CLEANING. DYEING A.NL ' § = PRESSING. § | PERFORMED BY EXPERTS. = | Gents' Suit*, also Ladles' Skirts i | and Costumes made to look iikcf = new. § = COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPT LV H | ATTENCED TO. j I F. WASSELL, Proprietor. !

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HOTEL SAFE LOOTED. TOWNSVLLLE, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

HOTEL SAFE LOOTED. TOWNSVILLE, December 26. Tliieies secured a bi^ haul of uboui f400 from the safe of the Palace llot'.l on Christmas night, representing the takings for two or three days pre viously. The robbery «as discovered this incit ing. The safe had been opened will' 9 key. Th«r« was no eig-n of lioleure

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