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

BOULDERGOMBE. Tbc Cricket Club's sodal aud dance; on Saturday night' last was a financial feUccese. lt attracted a most represen tative gathering. Four runs was the close margin by which the Federals were defeated on the local wicket last Sunday. The local* refer to the Federals as a great team of sports. On the I3th and 14th inst. the heaf was unbearable; tbc mercury- register ing 100 deg. and 104 dcg. respectively. Steady rain set in at daybreak thi« morning, and from appearances look* like continuing. The montaly meeting of the luP.A. will be held 011 Saturday night, and there in a Jot of business, to transact, Bouldercorabe. January 16, 1930. - Railway Station at Barrimoon, is on the Many Peaks line, and Is 73 miles from Gladttone and 131 miles front Rockhnmpton.

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

| SOMETHING NEW Ssnorita Dora Rorirfquez. one of Ar gentina's richest girls, photographed ? in Paris wearing one of a series of ' novel pyjamas whjch she surprised ; that blase resort, Hie Lido.

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

GLADSTONE. The receipts' at the Custonis Houte for the half-year ended December 31et show an appreciable increase over the receipts for the corresponding period of the previous year. The Customs and excise figures were:— 1028. £706 IBs. Id.; 1029, £1130 7s. 7d. Miscellaneous: 1028, £213 18s. 3d.; 1929, £702 4s. lid. Total 1028, £080 14s. 4-1.; 1029, £IS32 12s. 0d. I After the cooler weather experienced j towards the end of last week we have just experienced three sweltering hoi. ' days with storms 01 the last two even iujja. l.'nfortunatL'iy these storms did not produce much rain; the rainfall for the 48 hours ended !( a.m. today bein^ ol points only. This morning is \ery sultry, with every appearance of a lot uf vvci weather. On Monday night last, in the l'refcby tcriau (School Hall, was held the much talked of '^Mystery Monday' evening, or ganised by the Pev. A. M- Macallister and his usual assistants. An attractive programme was presented comprising games, music, mid community si...

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

Jl|§ARNOTf|^ sWHf ir ATI ir :Wb11I : f^pB I S C U I 1$|hH| ' -f'trM ^ie w^°^c gfain of wheat W*p^^3E§ j j/jtajV' scientifically moulded into ^^v^^^P^I \fiW one of the most delicious ^t^iNi^^^^ Mf f and valuable foods known ^^JPfffii LATTICE PANELS READY TO ERECT. CAN BE SUPPLIED any size. Made of Queensland Pine 1* in. by 3/8. Painted before nailing together. All necessary stops supplied. Securely packed in crate. FREIGHT PAID BY US ' . To Nearest Railway Station. , ™ STOCK SIZES AND PRICES. £ s. -L 3 ft. by C ft. ? -.- ..- 1-7-0 3 ft. by 7 ft ? ., a 1 11 6 3 ft. by S ft ? „., -.-j. 1 16 0 3 ft. by 9 ft. -.-.? t..i ..- sv 2 0 6 4 ft. by 6 ft. ..- .. ™ :,i 1 16 0 4 ft. by 7 ft. .-« -.-? uM rm 2 2 0 4 ft. by 8 ft. ... . v ur« ?.-« 2 8 0 4 ft. by 9 ft.'..- v.- -. i..i 2 14 0 DO YOU REQUIRE A LADDER? Ordinary Step-ladder 3/- per ft. Handy ' Plain Rung Ladder 1/6 per ft. Paint ers' Trestles, 3/- per ft. Extentioii Ladders in 2 Sections. Closed, 8 ft., extends to 14 ft. £1/12/-. Closed, 9...

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

ALTON DOWNS. A meeting of the Alton Do*nc Farm er*' Association was held la«t night and there was z fair atf.«i:'l'.iiico. l-. was agrei- ' to liolJ t he postponed sports n;\.tiiiK «.n Saturday next. Good promises of support U011 h(.i-eu\vners have beeu revcivod n:i«i }'.iveu good wea ther, ti.e event should (u.\ fea'.uttful. A social will itz Ja-U t.t nislu. Tiie Associatiun aleo iwcived fro'i the J'iteroy Omncii tnu copy uf a. let ter from ill.1 lhuss fM'cre'.uiy iMr. J C. Peterson) sent to him by tin: Minis ter for Railways after a personal in terview, in which Mr. Peterson h'ftd ujjged the, .clatna for an easement ot [»sjweflts'ou the EidgelandgYaamba road. A ' largely signed petition had Wfefen^sent' to.' the Council by the rate pijetB -cbncern'ed seeking relief and the Cotthe^J'approacHed Mr. Peterson in the ittfrttjer.'-'. '..-?? \ Alton' ,D'owiis;, January 14. 1930.

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

? STthTaSk** AU NT r Custard For years FOSTER CLARK'S CUSTARD h&s been known in Australian homes for its consistently rich, creamy -^-y-^^%^^ \ more popular than ^^HsMsWF^^^^^TCgs?^ ever — The full '*?? H^3^^^^\ food value is there giving Bi^iKp^? it a delightful, healthful fplf JSf* f3?/ and wholesome consistency /^4/\\ ;. which never varies. \A^ IDEAL PRESSING WORKS. ' DENHAM-STREET. (Next to Leichhardt Hotel.) GLEANING, DYEING',- AND PRESSING, PERFORMED BY EXPERTS. Gent.'4 * Suits, also Ladies' Skirts and Cos* tuines made to look like new. COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. F. WASSELL, Proprietor.

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

FRENCH MODEL Of floral moussellne with a mack background and lemon flowers, ttils French model from McCathle's fea tures the tight bodice, full skirt, uneven hem, and the tight sleeves, gathering below the elbow— a grace ful effect for the new season.

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

'''' T FAULtY CTOVECS1 A 'we'FdAY IS ? : ? ' ' j . _ MOST ANNOYING. ' I Easy Terms $an be arranged. Both Gas llb^jJS and Wood Stove* are fitted f«e. -T*VJ fS^ CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCKS. ' \Jf^ ~T'ga^^ J. HARRISON & CO., j ? EAST-STREET ? ROCKflAMPTOX. 1 fit .j£, SANITARY SIMPLEX! L*£^i2ft \m&* °f MUkinq Machines since 1906 P^^o IMPLEX . mHE SIMPLEX JUNIOR ffilkUg Machine is designed to silt I tke teeds tf the Dairy famer with a herd of abwt 1 20 to 30 cows. It has the latest design of rotary vacua pup, rdeutr, 2 Lp. Buucott engine and nses the fanwns * Sanitary Simplex tent copi. fabler rnkcumt part* tre taentuto ad the upkeep cost «f a SIMPLEX JUNIOR is ?cghgiik. The mchiae will be installed on easy terms which anyone can nwet n 4* DAIRY MATES and MMi£'CM\'U****\ Hiehtaes at mSlffSSBI^^^ BALTIC Sei«ttOT8 j ROCKHAMPTON fiJBt^MMITED 1* ? BRISBANE ? ? .

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

rf:,,-^,. ..?'?..-:? ' ?:??:?.??.. ''w/ ^^V* \\ ' *^ ^' . '» Can you imagine my joy? Warm words, those— but just typi- People sometimes wonder how Krus cal of the enthusiasm that all' the ch-;n can do s0,mu£h more ^ than Kruschen Army feel for their 'little '?-nary 'its . Ilk« !fom f Glaubcr . ., , ,, i ? , r , .. The reason is simple. Epsom, for instance daily dose. And if you read this fS a smgle sak J^ a £ markcd effect letter you won t be surpnsed.either! . on a single part of thc body-too much ' For more than two years my lift was effect if taken often by itself. ? a misery. I had dreadful headaches, sickness, dizziness, acute stomach pains, Kruschen is a aanbtnation of six salts— sleeplessness through irritation, and a each performing a different function, sensation too awful to describe which I and all arranged with scientific ex experienced whenever I lay down. It actitude to ensure that there will be no even affected my sight. Of course, 1 had possible ill-effects however c...

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CHINA AND RUSSIA. TERMS OF AGREEMENT. SHANGHAI, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

CHINA AND RUSSIA. .' TERMS OF AGREEMENT. SHANGHAI. Januarv 18. Following a series of unsatisfactory preliminary negotiations Russia' tfnd China are attempting to settle the rail way dispute. Tsi Yun Sheu, banking's representa tive, announced to-day that the' main issues had been settled, the chief amongst tlrem being the restoration ot the position of Chinese and Russian employees prior to tlie outbreak of hos uiiues. .An additional demand by the Soviet ws t!ie dismissal of White Russian em ployees. Chinese and Russian interme diaries have agreed to an interchange of prisoners, also the restoration of tuc consulates of both countries to their former status, with full respect of the sovereign rights oE each. It is formally agreed that those coun tries restore former business relations, dependent upon the withdrawal of troops by both sides. The Hjrieeniont is effective from the date of the signature only.

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ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

ROUND THE WORLD. - By ' Cottnopblis.' Mr. Fenton is reported to have said in London that it was gratifying to realise that Australia wa» experiencing a hard time in common with the rest of the world. It is quite true that Ihere is a great deal of consolation to bs got out .of the misfortunes of our friend*. There is nothing cynical in this. When things go much worse thaw we would like them, it is consoling to think how much better we are off than some other people; If you have no jam to ' spread on your oread and patter, there is a consolation in thinking that you are much better off than those who cannot even get the bread. The Chinese in their demand for the abolition of extraterritoriality make a good deal of the fact that foreigners in Japan are tried in the ordinary courts. | There is no comparison between the two countries. Japan is Europsanised, and a Briton will get as mueh. fair play in a Japanese court as a native- of Japan would get in an English court. But toe Chinese co...

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

RARE STAMPS. ' J.M.G. -' s About stamps, ' J.J.H.,' there were a few semi-official post offices in Queensland where the post age stamps on .letters were obliterated by the .person in charge writing the name of the station and the date op the sta&p. Amongst these stations 2U years ago was Oania in the Upper Bur nett and there were others in different parts of the state that followed this practice until they were furnished witu a proper official obliterator. Such stamps would now, 1 imagine, be oi slightly increased value and possibly Boine of our stamp collecting friend* could tell uj which are the most ancient of these in collections. The old style obliterator lias a number or. several figures, and was grooved to give an im pression of bars or dots surrounding it They were moetly oval in shape thougn I some were square or oblong. It is not used much now and is superseded by the official date statip of the office; but one gets a letter ocraetonallT bearing its impression wher...

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

I THE NEW LISTER SEPARATOR s ' i S [, ^ ^m\ ^ets ^ t*le Cream an^ the Kgger Cheques, and it's j | Ik \ . ri)]l£f made by your Best Customer. ' J i I 'IT ^5^B ^ Briti^ BuiIt- * ! ^ ^^^^Si CASH PRICES 0F THE N£w USTER: ^ ^*^w£3m 22 Gallon Lislcr ? ' ' * ' ' * £I° ° ° ^ 1 B3Bl I 30 Gallon Lister .............. £1115 0 j ifHtl ? r. 40 Gallon Lister ? ..'..... £13 10 0 ; ^ ^-^— -i-^E^ 50 Gallon Lister ? . . £17 5 0 1 - ^Sfi^«H 70 GaMon Listcr ? ? * ' i22 15 ° i iiHi 90 GaIIon Lister ? ' £28 ° ° I ^U^m. 110 Gallon Lister ? .. . : £33 10 0 I Ml W The New LISTER Can Also Be Bought On Easy Ternw*. ; ' I We are Agents for the following types of Separators: — . .. . _. , i MEL0TTE, DAHLIA, DIAB0L0, D0M0, AND REG0. j SEAMLESS CREAM CANS— HEAVILY TINNED ! 2 3 4 5 6 8 Gallon I 22/- 22/6 25/- 28/6 30/- 32/6 Each j SEAMLESS MILK BUCKETS— HEAVILY TINNED I H GaUon, 9/6; 2 Gallon, 10/6; Z\ GaUon, 11/6; 3 Gallon, 13/.. I Glass Churns, 1 Quart, 12/6; 2 Quarts, 15A; 3 Quart, 17/6; 4 Quart, 20A I SEAMLESS...

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

ORGANISED MARKETING. The Government proposes to invite the producers of Australia to a confer ence to consider the establishment ,c! pools and an Australian-wide system of organised ? marketing. This is in pur. tuance of an announcement hv Mr. frul. liu'in his, policy speech, and two Min isters who aw very enthusiastic about # .jate,ilr. Parker Moloney, Minfeter for ?Markets, who has the arrangements in train, and Mr. Forde, Acting Minister Jor Trade and Customs. Mr. Forde is *hp i- ??Member for Rockhampton, and he «ad Mr.Corser, the member for Wide Bay, are rather jealous of each other. . - ?Just before the dissolution of the last 'Parliament Mr. . Corser gate notice ot motion urging that action be,jtaken to bring about an Australian primary pro ducers' organisation' with complete sec tional control of the external and in ternal marketing of each product.' He suggested an alteration of the Con stitution giving the Commonwealth statutory powers to establish Federal pools or marketin...

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FROM THE CAPITAL. Government's Programme. INDUSTRIAL PROPOSALS. CANBERRA, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

fwm the cmrm Government's Programme. INDUSTRIAL PROPOSALS. (From Our Special Representative.) CANBERRA, January 10. Now that the holiday season is over the Scullin Labour Government is about to get down ' to business, and it lias been arranged that Cabinet shall meet in Melbourne on Monday next and con tinue meeting there for some days after that. Mr. Scullin explains that this is to meet the convenience of Ministers, and is not to be taken as representing a -desire to depart from the general practice of meeting at Canberra, the seat of government. Mr. Bruce occas ionally found it convenient to summon Cabinet meetings in Melbourne or Sydney. Many matters of great importance have to be discussed. The Government programme for the business session of Parliament opening at the beginning ot March has to be prepared. In the fore front of this programme are the Gov ernment's industrial proposals, the pre cise nature of which will depend to a large extent upon the decisions reached at the A...

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HEAVY SHIPPING LOSSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

HEAVY SHIPPING LOSSES. 'While the year just ended has been marked by the continual improvement of the class of steamer used in the Aus tralian trade by the regular oversea cargo lines, the year has been one ot the worst ever experienced, and we have reason to believe that the figures will reveal losses exceeding those of the pa&t. three years.' This Btiirt-'»;t was made in Sydney a day or two ago by Mr. C. E. Whit aker, chairman of the Oversea Shipping Association. If the heavy freight losses had been increased by industrial trouble on the waterfront, lie added, a crisis vroulA -liave beeii inevitable. Oversea shipping, however, reacts to the econ omic conditions of. countries which it serves, and low freight rates on wheat have coincided with reduced loading due to the seasonal conditious\ Lu Australia. Moreover, the fall -in world prices for wool caused the withholding of a per centage of offerings at Australian sales, and this contributed to reduced cargoes. Mr. Whitaker'...

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DINGO BOARD. Review Of Operations. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

DINGO BOARD. Review Of Operations. HMCKHAMITUX. .lauuary Hi. I!I3I.I. N'eslenlay's meeting of the Jliiigo Hoard being the first of the year, hiem hers were called upon to elect a chair man for the ensuing term. Those present were Mes*r*. T. Smith. \V. H. I rank and A. Duncan. Mr. Sinilh was re-elected to the position of chairman. A letter was received from A. K. ?Dnnn-\ West -street, claiming payment for lour scalps, (we of which, on pre sentation were fresh and two over' the .'!() days mentioned in the list of con ditions. He intimated that he was out of work and did not know about the. regulation.— It. was decided to approve of payment for the four scalps. The ti cling secretary (Mr. W. ,1. Smith i read a statement showing the number of scalps paid for since the in auguration of the Board in 1011.). The (olal payment was £22,414 5s.. fid., tin; scalps destroyed being — foxes 117, din goes 2(i.14!». kangaroo rats 20.0110, ban dicoots Hfiti. In 192!) the scalps paid for were, as fol...

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AVIATION TOKIO, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

AVIATIOr TOKIO, Januarv 15. Completing a night flight, an army aeroplane, landing at Ptachikawa aero drome, Tokio, collided with another just starting. An officer was. killed and threfl others were injured. The planes were smashed. SYDNEY, January 10. An aeroplane belonging to Kevrcas tic -in ceniccs Liiisiieu miu uiuiuiuiu it Tuggerah to-day. The pilot (Mr. N. Littlcjohn) sustained a bruise on the nose. The passenger, Mr. 1). Hall, escaped uninjured. The petrol supply failed and a landing was sought on the beach of the lake, but the wheels sank in the soft sand and the plane over turned. It was damaged to a consider able extent. LONDON, January 17; The airship J?10Q was moored' at Cardington after a 13J hours night, iu which she attained a speed of £H miles an hour, which is 111 above the con tract Bpeed and beats all the Pflieiai and unofficial records v*. the Graf Zep pelin. LONDON, January 16. Squadron-Leader James Lloyd Find lay, of the New Zealand Air Force, at present being t...

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UNITED STATES. SYDNEY, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

UNITED STATES. SYDNEY, January 16. Dr. Lincoln Graham, New York, in a letter to Mr. A. Knox, Sydney, says that in the recent financial debacle in Wall-street more money was lost than the cost of the war to America. He estimated Wall-street loiscs at 50,000,000 dollars. Dr. Graham said he was wearied of listening to stories of ruin. Suicide6 were much more numerous than reported in the Press. Office boys, servant girls and labourers vere involved.

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AUSTRALIAN FLIGHT. KARACHI, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

AUSTRALIAN FLIGHT. KAlUCili. January IP. 'Captain C'liidiestcr arrived on Janu ary 14th ami took otf tile tallowing day. . ' 1 LONDON, January 10. fly ih» Dftictrs H. L. Piper and C. & Kay, two New Zealand airmen - attached to 'the 2«lh tquadron, and Sir. C'atte rick. representing the National Petrol Station Company, which 16 ai subsidiary of National Flyihjr Services are arrang ing a ilijrbt in a Desoutter cabinet! monoplane, fitted with Herines enginea. from London fo Darwin. The prepara tions have not yet been completed, and the dale of the departure lias not y«& been lised... CALCUTTA, January 16. Captain Chichester arrived . from Karachi at 3 o'clock this afternoon. He landed at . the Duni Dum aerodrome. He had flown from Jhansi, in the united provinces, a. distance of 700 miles, in six and three-quarter hours. This is almost a record achievement for a small plane over the most difficult part of India. The airman told a pressman that he had a strong follow ing w...

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