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AIR TRAGEDY. FOURTEEN VICTIMS. ST. CLEMENT (Cal). Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

AIR TRAGEDY. FOURTEEN VICTIMS. ' ST. CLEMENT ( Cal ) . Jan. id. A furious squall from the 'Pad tic, which arose so suddenly that the piMs had no chance to escape the danger, was blamed to-day by the Air Board lor the crash of the commercial aeroplane and the death of H passengers and two pilots. It was the greatest tragedy in the history of commercial aviation. | The aeroplane was returning from Aguacaliente, a Mexican watering place, and Mas proceeding along the coast when a high wind forced the machine to K low altitude. Finally it tipped' the machine and as it crasnvd to the ground, the petrol tanks were displaced, pouring volatile liquid over the hot motors, causing an immediate explosion. ? . ?

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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OSCAR ASCHE. IN NEW ROLL LONDON, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

OSCAR_ASCHE. IN NEW ROLE. , LONDON, Januarv 20. Oscar Aschs has turned novelist. Hi* first effort is entitled 'The Jois Stick of Chung.' Chung is a, modern pirate who seises Bhipt and throws the passengers over board. : . The special writer of the 'jD»Uy JEx- press' M9» 'Whit a TftUde thic ttery ril! makeV '. . . '

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IN ANTARCTIC. EXPLORERS MEET. OSLO, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

IN ANTARCTIC. EXPLORERS MEET. 08LO, January Ai. LaiM-u telegraphs that he- boarded tiiu Discovery and was given it most cordial reception. ? . ; ; \, - He said there was m-_ nusunderBtand ing with Sir Douglas Muwson, who stated that he was meeting, with diffi culty in making a passage westward owing to lack or coal. Larscn offered to -get the Discovery coal from the Norwegian whaling fac tories. - - . ? ' Sir Douglas did not believe that dif ficulty would arise in connection with the hoisting of the Norwegian flag over the newly-discovered land between Kemp and Enderby Land. . ?' The message is 'construed' in Oslo as meaning that Sir Douglas has giveu up his original design of exploring waters east of Kemp Land and Enderby Land. Both the Discovery And the Noi vegia will try to discover new land ea»L of Kemp liana and Enderuy Jjana. CANBERRA, January 19. A wireless message from Sir Doug las Mawson on board tlie Discovery, states they encountered a ? severe bliz zard which resulted - ...

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PRINCE OF WALES. WELCOME AT CAPE TOWN. LONDON, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

PRINCE OF WALES. WELCOME AT CAPE TOWN. LONDON, Januarv 20. 'Hip Prince of Wales received an en thusiastic welcome when lie arrived at Capetown to-day in tlie liner Kcnilworth Castle. The Governor-General (Lord Athlon?) greeted him oil the deck ol the liner. Passengers aboard and people on shore broke into a storm of cheer ing. J.oid -AHiloiie introduced General TTeitzi-£. the Prime Minister, who, shad ing hands with the l'rince, bade him The voul« from 1lie dock to Govern Went House whs thronged with dense crowds who continually cheered. Changes have been made in the ar rangements for the tour of the Prince in Rliode«ia owing to the uncertainty of the weather.

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ARMY ESTIMATES. WAR OFFICE DIFFICULTIES. LONDON, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

ARMY ESTIMATES. .WAR OFFICE DIFFICULTIES. LONDON. January 21. The 'Daily Telegraph' declares that the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. JSnowden) has decided on a 'drastic crippling reduction' in 11m Army Esti mates, which originally were £-2,900,000 above last year. Mr. Snowden demands that the whoi- I of this increase shall be wiped out. Xliin will be effected by means ot ruthless Scrapping and paring' away ol every form of. re-equipment and tram ing. This is being done in order not to increase unemployment. The induc tions include the curtailment of all miliUry expenditure on the Singapore base. The difficulties of the War Office are increased by the fact that they have to find £1,000,000 in connection witli (ha return of the Rhine army, Get many hitherto having paid this expense. Ti»a reduction will be injurious to the effi ciency of the army, cutting off sueli changes as the development of motor transport. Pay will not be touched exc?pt for mi automatic reduction of I per cent. ...

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CENTRAL POWERS. AN ALL DAY SESSION. THE HAGUE, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

CENTRAL POWERS. AN ALL DAY SESSION. THE HAGUE, January 20. A continuous session, lasting 24 hours, was required to solve the repara tions dispute, with Hungary and Aus tria. Hungary is to pay her creditors £400,000 a year between J943 and 1966 and Austria is to pay £40,000 a year! during the same period. I Other claims and counter claims un to be settled through two pools totalling1 £14,000,000 to which the Powers are! contributing. Hungary is thereby released from the League's financial control. The protocol is now signed.

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MR. FENTON KEPT BUSY. LONDON, January. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

MR. FENTON KEPT BUSY. LONDON, January. IS. In order to meet, the staff and to see who is who in relation to organisa tion, the Australian Minister for Cus toms (Mr. Fen ton) last night attend ed a staff social anil dance at Aus tralia House. He had a chat with all He will meet the heads ,of all the naval delegations, at Downing Street on Monday morning. Sir. Fenton had a long conference with the First Lord of the Admiralty (Mr., W. Alexander). Mr. Fenton -would not make any comment, except to say he was 6ure MK. FfcXTON. that; the Empire was harmonious on the main points, which, was an import ant advance in peace ideals.

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

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

H. T. STOVER, MOTUU UAKAUU, B1LOELA. All Kinds of Alutor and Mechanical Repairs. Car? For Hire At Any Tine W^EM Vif llir V*1 ^^^fm^ / SPftSOIlS luftV Lruftllflf6 ^^^HVwhS ^:V^2^^^m[ But under all circumstances and on every ^HBIuHiiBHL ^^3|^h occasion, definite benefits result from the ao ^^Bfii^^^KSfe^K^^B^V cepUnce of the advice in the illustration. ^^K|HHHHKn|M^BA Winchcombe, Carson's work as selling WHtflHHpHHH9| brokers is so active, their efforts so consistently Tfrl*T WflBI capable and so constantly successful in securing j'jSj^^^m ¥ top values, that clients always obtain the highest * W* possible market returns for their dip*. Address Letters: Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. 99/101 Eagle Street, Brisbane . , ? . ' Branch Offices at Longreach, Hughenden, Charleville, Dalby

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

SOLD EVERY\-jHLKL. y^S^-POCK^T1 MOUTH-ORCAN1 ' Ae^WtTH MICROSCOPIC ' PICTURE ,£. | jKjflMHWMMMHHEgM ^j)£ smallest in , 'iiHHl^^^^HI^HHs^k^the world. Ex , ^RHHI^HI^I^all^1 tone. ;' i HMHIB^BBBEHK perfectly tuned. \' ' mp^PPPMBWMBWHf Site 11 by 4 '? v actual «ize inch, jounte. 1 WlU play any tune splendidly. Best bronze reeds. I Mounted' In brass reed-piales. - Covers heavily , nickel-plated. Shackle to hang-on watch chain. Fitted with powerful magnifying glass to view nterettlng picture. A wonderfut curiosity. . . a Only One Shilling, post free. -V TmUNTON QO.jW fellzabeth Street,' M^ ^^1 I ill a — -JB ? I if V^m Agent . — \X. BRECliELS & CO., I.TL).. Uockbonipton. Land Adniinistrution Hoard, Brisbane, 13th January, 19C0. TENDERS FOR BORES. pERSONS desirous of tendering. !-?. * the sinking of bores on selection - in the Upper Burnett and Callide Land Settlement Area are invited to eom-: municate with tlie undersigned. Contractors will require to provide tlieir own boring- pla...

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

THE KTIlKLBIiRT. Mrs. Margaret E. Hawke writes from Sianwell:— 'Re your history of tlu Kthelbert steamer. In thp. early nine ties I reinsmber the Ethelbert running as a [lassengvr boat on thie (Jarem.i1 River. N.S.W.. between Orafton aiv! Yamba. (irafton is live main city aim YRmba is at the heads. I have often taken a trip on her. Aftsr being in Rockhampton a. few months nrriviiu in September, 1896, 1 saw her on tin Fitwoy and found, on making in quiries, that the Rockhampt- ? Harbou; Board had bought her. She was a trim and smart little boat, and I am sorry to hear of her end.'

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MR. MANTHORPE'S HERD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

MR. MANTHORPE'5 HLRJJ, For years we have advocated the -u- ccssity of dairymen getting tJjo right class of cattle for tlieir dairy f»rni«. It takes much care in the -sclutticn an-! breeding to get the genuine producer o buttcrfat, but those now extend:::/ tlici: right class from the Murpun distribt.. as advertised in another column. V-^ milkers in the Upper Burnett ul;ic:: have been brought from the Mu:gon district have lieen, :in«i still are, nn)k ? ing exceptionally -,vej!, as is shuwu kv the cream cheque*. We sew a very iiic line of heife:6 frujn Mr. Mant'ic:-jsc, °? Murgon, fjoinLr tliror.p;'n. Itt-ckhainptori tecently, and . rubsequunt i:;quirio; proved they an milking v.-^JJ and set tled down in their nev turrou r.ding* without the least Ironbl?.

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MARITIME DISASTER RECALLED [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

MARITIMK DISASTKR KKCAl.LI'.D. Rcu-khauipioii had more than ii*i-li.'.i of early shipping tli«ast.'is, write- nur eoriespondent, and even when the Scot tish Line of vessels Wetwee.n Britain an'! Rockhampton were established, irnuol did not eense. as the following, pub lished in (he Brisbane 'Telegraph.' --t January 10. ISSO. clearly shows:— ' Th barque &coui«n i\nigni ciemtu i «r «???- torn? at Rockhampton with a full car»-i for London, at (he boginning irf la-', week. Rnd -tn Wednesday sailed from Keppel Bay. On Friday she. struck o:^ Breaksea. Spit, mid sprang a leak, when 'upon the captain a' once put back in (Gladstone and reached Bustard Hea'i lighthouse on Saturday nigb(. Signal guns for assistance were fired, hihI nn Sunday a telegram was despatched '' Gladstone for h. pilot. A pilot immedi ately stalled for the ship. On boanl ing her he at once shaped a course !'i Port. Curtis, and after entering the har bour, beached the vessel on the shore near the mouth of the Boy...

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

ALPHA. Mr. Silver, of Jericho, met with a mott unfortunate accident last Monday . B» ii*d beta out afi?r turkeys, usiii^ K rille. He placed tliis ou his lorry and as he did so the cartridge exploded, the bullet going in just below the, hip and out on the other side. Hs is at present an inmate of the local hospital. To mark the winding up of the Ugly Man's competition each of the contest ants is holding a dance. On Friday night Mr. F. Jlisto held bis Anal dance in the Convent School, at which there was a fair attendance. The euchre prize winners were Miss il. Mlsto and Mr. J. Devaney. A card waltr was won by Mr. F. Misto, and a Cap waltz by Mr. H. Louie and Mrs. Olive. Music was supplied by Mr.'f. Misto and Miss D. Misto, ably assisted by Mr. H. Jones (cornet). The heat at present is terrific. A liglif; shower fell last night. Alpha, January 13, 1930.

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

RIDGELANDS. The Committee of the Rldgelandi Hall Benefit fund held their nu-nthl« netting on Saturday la»t. The bait rice, sheet in connection with the recent ?pdrts and dance dievloked k profit of m lit- 3d., which was considered »ati»* factory. t4te total credit now stand* \i £00 3s. lid. It was agreed to re* dUte the hall debt to Mr. A. Duiictin to th» extent of £50 and interest to' February 2nd n»xt. This will ledve a 1 balance still to be paid of approximately £W, which at the present rate of pro gress trill be cleared in a very abort lime. It was decided to hold a social and daiice on the 25th iast., when a conveyance will be engaged to rui) [i cm the city. A letter was received from the Alton Downs C.W.A. with a sugaet.* tion that the Alton Downs school child1 ren hold a concert in ths Ridgelands Hall on a date to be fixed, the proceeds to bo divided between the Hall Funtf and the C.W.A. It was decided to agree to the suggestion, and . that til ft lSBt Saturday in February be...

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

GOOVIGEN. Since my last notes bountiful rain* fell throtignouc the district. Foli6\tifli on the heat wave conditions on t&e iitdritlrig of Wedneedfty, the 15th in stant, a stortn worked up from a nortfl wfbterly direction in the afternoon *'?'? brake over our. district, resulting in ^ points of rafn. A heavy tllunderBtorftj frdin a north -easterly direction follo*cfl and yieMM 15S points. On Thursday ni6rhinfc Heavy rain gave us 44 Ijoiiit'-' and m the afternoon a storm resuitod in 20 pbints. The cotton farmers hav-& been, pfreatly fftvoured by tliese glorious rains and in some eaEcs a, buniper -crop il now prtcticslly assured. The dairy farMera have also been greatly benefited and in some cases the dairymen ar* Waking great progress with preparation* for and the planting of winter fpdder crop*. The Goovlaen Srhodl of Arts Commit tM will hold a dance in the Go6ri$e« School of Art* in aid of the in»tltutim: on the nljftt c1 Saturday, February liti wh«n i*W»d music and...

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COUNTRY NEWS WINTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

[?] WINTON. In peeember, there came into the, di«- triot 31,780 *h«*p, 612 catUe, 19tt her***, departed from the district, 1 31,623 sheep, 162 cattle, 141 hw«»{ morements within the district, 10,D1U sheep, 302 cattle and 161 horses. The Standard Shearing . Co. finished life on Friday last. The same team com menced work at Dagworth on Monday. Contractor Cb*e. Wellington startett on the Westlands sheep yesterday. Traffic earning* at the local railway station for December show a substantial increase over the same month in 1028, The revene for December, 1020, wal £3240 2s., and for December, 1028, £2736 13s. 8d. At the uiual monthly meeting of the Winton Council on the 9th Dr. P. N. Grieve (chairman y presided. In re ference to impounded horse*, a letter from the Council's solicitor (Mr. T. J. filter) stated that in accordance with the Act, the Council could destroy any horees immediately after being im« pounded, if ? considered to be unfit for further use. A. motion that no action be t...

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HISTORY IN SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

! HISTORY IN SHIPS. | (By 'Junius.') | The following are reports of. further, immigrant ships at Queensland ports. In eome c;aBes the information, though very terse, stiJJ is sufficient to estab lish the date of arrival: — THE 'CESAR GODKFFROY.' The intelligence of the sale arrival of this vessel iu Moretou Bay, on Monday, 21st March, 1S63, was com municated to us by Captain Cottier, of the 'Clarence,' by wLom she was first observed whilst rounding Capo More ton, in the afternoon of that day. She was also spoken and passed by the 'Balclutha' when leaving the Bay. The 'Cesar Godeffroy,' under the command of Captain Fruchtenlcht, sailed from the mouth of the Elbe, on Ilie 1st December last, and was sight ed near the channel on the 13th of the siane month- She has on board 201 prisons, nearly all German imml prti'ts, 44 of whom have paid their l-83sape out. The remainder come out under the agency of Messrs. Heussier aid Fr6ncksen.

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

QUESTION TIME. The following questions were asked at the end of the week's sitting, some of which were answered by the Minis ter in charge o the letter tag. Others are left for other members to get their teeth into. ' LIVE AND LEARN ' : I have a few rosella plants looking wonderfully fresh after the rain, but they have not started to flower yet. Would someone kindly give me some information about them, as to when to pick the flowers and how to preserve thorn ? W.R. : I have a Jot of fowl-manure stored in a shsd and not exposed lo weather conditions. I heard from an orchardist that he buys fowl-man'iie and mixes it with superphosphate. Is this advisable, and what proportion ot super should one mix 1 The Full Council : Fowl-manure, which is rich in nitrogen, is best stor ed under cov-cr and spread in alternate layers with fine soil at a rate of two parts of the former to one of the lat ter. Before use it eliould be turnei! and mixed to bring it to an fcven friabU state. An application...

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FARMERS' PARLIAMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

Earmers Parliament 'RANGAT1RA': The sheep nasal or gad fly was -introduced to Queensland about 1900 by means of a shipment ot rams from New Zealand. It is . now widely spread and if not as deadly as the stomach worm or maggot fly in its direct effects, it causes a good deal o trouble to the sheep by so lowering its vitality and making it an easy prey to parasites and starvation. The Oestrus family comprises sheep gad fly {Oestrus ovis), horse gad fly (Oestrus equi), cattle gad fly (Oestrus bovis). In sheep the nostril is attacked, in horse the stomach, and in cattle the skin. The sheep hot resembles the house fly but much larger, and is covered with small round spots. The abdomen bears velvety-brown and straw coloured hairs. The larvae are of white colour with brown spots ou the anterior segment. The eggs are deposited within the nostril of the sheep, and after hatching the lar vae penetrate deeply into the nasal cavity. On becoming full grown they fall to the ground and pupate, fin...

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