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THE DAVID MACIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

THE DAVID MACIVER ' A large number of the new arrivals immediately found employment in the town and neighbourhood of Mary borough (said the 'Morning Bulletin' of /28/7/'63)- There has also been a good number of hands engeged for the bush. Tlie deoiand has been chiefly for domestic servants, mechanics, and farm labourers. Do mestic servants have been engaged at the rate of. £18 to £25 per annum; mechanics, 9/- to 10/- per day; farm labourers, from £35 to £50 per an num; shepherds, from £30 to £40. We' are informed many more would have been engaged, but they are hold iiu; out for higher rates. We do not blame our new arrivals for endeavouring to obtain as high a price for their services as they can, hut thev must be millions or thev will defeat their own purpose. It is a ' season when labour is not in great . demand — labour is continually flow- 1 ing in — their labour :s not worth the . price of that which has the advantage of colonial experience. The rates of- ' fered may not answer...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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THE "HANNAH MORE." [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

THE 'HANNAH :.:OjtE.' The 'Hannah More,' 1129 tons, Wil liam Brown commander, which left Bristol on February 9, 1863, with 420 inimlgr&nlB for this port (Rockhamn t.m), put into Moretou Bay on the 23rd June ?* fit) a long voyage of 130 da/s. | Having run thoii of provisions, Cap tain Bi'ttwn v.-cis crmnelled to nut !c*o Morelon Buy in order to obtain a supply of [.iuv.£jonp to carry !: n through the itiusinder of the 'o^-i^e Thirty-eight deaths have occurred dur ing the passage, principally among the children. We learn by the 'Clar- ence' that the health officer of More ton Bay, Dr. Hobbs, has ordered the 'Hannah More' to be kept in quaran tine for four days. About tue middle of the voyage, during the months of March and April, typhui fever prevailed, from which disease two children, members of one three died. The last death from this tiiia nrude its appearance, from which throe died. The last death from this disease occurred, on the 22nd of May, exactly one month ago. There...

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STATIONS AND WORKS. BIG DEVELOPMENT. BRISBANE, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

STATIONS AND WORKS. BIG DEVELOPMENT. BRISBANE. Januarv 16. The group of southern pustoralists who purchased Vanrook, Macaroni, ?Stirling, Strathinore, Dotswuod and Waudovale Stations intend to operate the properties on a large scale. , Al ready a. contract for ituprut (.'incuts, such us sub-artesian bores and tanks, have been let, and others will follow. Mr. W. T. SMiiflnisun I Mplliniiritpl and Mr. A. J. M'Pherson (Sydney) passed through. Brisbane, tli is week en route for the statiou properties. They left for Rockhamplou to-night . In an interview, Mr. Sanderson said that the areas already acquired totalled 9000 square miles, and further pur chases might be made. He stated that the country had been neglected for years, but the companies concerned in tended to spend a large amount of money in developmental work, so that a large number of cattle cuuld be car ried safely, even in dry times. They did not -expect a return from their capital for at least three vears. At present the prop...

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DOMINIONS. AUCKLAND, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

DOMINIONS. AUCKLAND, January 21. Owing to terrific weather the bodies olf the victims of the Mt. Cook tragedy have not yet; been brought in. Guide Bloomfield died heroically, giv ing' his clothes to the ' girls. He set out, practically mlmd. in a last de sperate effort j to :'-jiv 'dp. He soon Jjru ?» ;/cu, -u ' * . UU--.} Ul : '; lOUIMl Xuv yarda .i.'oni his coi. i ??.mi ms. Guide- Hildendoi : ' n ' iiowed great fortitude. After fi ? ? .?? the bodies he set out on the trrriolc journey for a»- 1 Eistan'cc. ? , The isloini was m- fierce that lie had to .era ay I mi 'his ' hand* and knees for, five miles. On arrival u- liill Hut he was just able to gasp '''GirS dead on glacier !' Ha returned to- the bodies with tha rescue party, which will bring them iu as soon as possible.

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RECIPROCAL TRADE. CANADA AND AUSTRALIA. BRISBANE, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

RECIPROCAL TRADE. CANADA AND AUSTRALIA. BRISBANE. Januarv 17. Questions of trade between Canada and Australia were discussed by , the Premier .(Mr. Moore) with the Cana dian lumber delegation to-day, , Reci procity in regard to timbers and other goods must, it was urged, be of benefit to eachr country. It was 0ubmitted that a big and profitable market exis ted in Canada for many of Queens land's products and that it was obvi ous that the time was ripe for the gfanting of a wider measure of prefer ence to the products of Canada, which country already gave substantial pre ference to Empire goods. Indeed, the preference given by Canada tq British products was from 331-3 per cent to 35 per cent, together with an additional 19 per Cent' on goods coming through Canadian ports. The Premier expressed every sympathy with the ^principle of preference ind' reciprocity 'of trade within the Empire. ' : '

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SOUTH AFRICA. PARLIAMENT OPENS. CAPE TOWN, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

SOUTH AFRICA. PARLIAMENT OPENS. CAPE TOWN. Januarv 16. The Governor-General (the Earl of Athlone) opened Parliament with the customary pomp to-day. His speech announced lhat a. joint sitting of both Houses would be held at an early date to deal witli native representation in Parliament. He hoped that the conference at the end of the I month in Rhodesia would find a way out of the difficulty and reach an agreement. He expressed thanks on behalf of Ministers to His Majesty's Government for valuable services, leading to the transference of Cabrivi from Bechuana land to the South-West territory. Despite the falling market, agricul tural prices were good owing to bene ficial rains. He foreshadowed legislation tc as sist the dairy cattle industry and the subsidising of irrigation schemes. Notwithstanding the disturbed state of the market, the mining industry con tinued to make progress. Legislation would be introduced dealing with ill disposed instigators of .hostility be tween Europeans ...

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AGREEMENT SIGNED. LIQUIDATED PROPERTY. THE HAGUE, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

AGREEMENT SIGNED. LIQUIDATED PROPER! \ . THE HAGUE, January is. An agreement * has been signed be tween Germany and Australia and Ger many, and New Zealand, relating t' liquidated property. The details are not disclosed, eUepi that both Countries will return unliuUid a'fMl hroDcrtv. while New Zealand re tains the Samoan property, taken over bv the State. *In the case of Australia, it is under stood that about £300,000 is .involved. CANBERRA, January 19. The Federal Treasurer (Mr. Theo dore) explained today that the aiaip effect of the agreement between Ger many and Australia regarding appro priated German properties, which was similar to one recently concluded be tween Germany and Britain, was that such properties as were now in tUe hands of the Commonwealth and had not been nquiaaiea, or uio;ju=-=u v». would be returned to Germany. Pro perties, ? however, which had been sold or leased would be retained under Com monwealth control. The agreement followed a recommen dation made in th...

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

AUCTION SALE. HORSES, HARNESS AND WAGGON. Account Telegraph Department, at RAILWAY YARDS, WOW AN, SATURDAY, 25th JANUARY, At 11.30. '0 Medium and Heavy Draught Horses and Saddle Hacks, Timber Wag g'on, and large collection of Harness m lots to. suit buyers. W. HOSKINGS. AUCTIONEER, W 0 W A N . CLEARING SALE. ON THE FARM, DULULU, About half-mile fronv Station. ' FRIDAY, 7th FEBRUARY, At 12 O'clock. Account S. D. PATERSON, Esq. HART-PARR TRACTOR, MOWER, BAKE, COTTON PLANTER, I.H.C. ?? TUttl WAGON, COTTON KING.TYiNtt CULTIVATOR, HARROWS, 4 ^UK ROW PLOUGH, GRADER, 3 SORSES, SUNDRY TOOLS & HARNESS. W. HOSKINGS, AUCTIONEER, WOWAN. AUCTION SALE. AT RAILWAY YARDS, WOW AX, ; SATURDAY, 1st FEBRUARY, i At 11.30 a.m. Account E. BEAZLEY, ^q. 100 HORSES 100 t vcomorUing, all *hW, , V»*»v apd-- *toS$L Eluding, several hc»vy Sraughls and a Iiije of wclj . W M?M Jxorsef. - '? ..:..' ; '. : . '?? ^.HOSKINGS, i * Auctioneer,' wow an. ^ ? ? ?. .'*'' AUCTION. SALE GOOVIGEN SELECTION. \T THE ROOM...

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

ALTON DOWNS. It teems that the sports arranged to be held on Kcw Year's Day and twice postponed owing to rain will have to be further pobtponed on the 27tb in stant. The rain, however, has been o: much greater \alue than a day's sports. The country never looked better and dairying is in full swing. A large quan tity of cream is being sent forward Almost all the vacant blocks in' the Uidgelands district have. been re-selcetcd and are beinjj utilised for dairying. I'- is worthy of note that nearly almost all the early selectors that remained on their land have increased their holdings by selecting the blocks surrendered by other settlers. Dairying .is now th°' principal industry in Dalma Scrub an-l a large quantity of cream is being sent into Waroula from that locality. The monthly meeting of the Alton Downs Nine-mile L.P.A. lapsed last week but will be held on the -2nd m' etant in the Dalma school. A eooial was held here on Saturday nijln, but could hardly be .classed as purfpssful, ...

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NORTH AUSTRALIA. ITS VITAL NEED. BRISBANE. January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

NORTH AUSTRALIA. ITS VITAL NEED. BRISBANE. .TMiintr «. The seco»4 annual report of tie North Australia Oommiwion, just is «ued, dealt largely trith the iltal i» portance of cstablishmf linn of com municttion by road; rail, tea and air. The report, among other thinss, dei cities tint th« coAttmetioii of h rail way Letweeji Daly Waters and the Queensland herder, ov^r a route to be subi*quently determined, ironM reduce the great gs)p at present «xfeti&f he tw«*n the »»e railway of Vpfilh 1ns traliiu and tRe lailway iqfitens of QueeBilatti, Smt Sauth.Walet.. *?'-'?'» rla au4 Sotttniltittraliii; . EV\.*H? y**i'TlH!t w-5?.?'n(»..of the Aaa .K11*n' the tnlMlonalr* Prince and spiritual head of ttfty, million Mnlimt, anrf Mfle. Andree Carron, th« prettv French o»rl, whom ht mtt at A(x;fe- Jlafnt, France. ? y

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

AID NATURE. AND WARD OFF ILL-HEALTH. ' It is the sensible man or woman that keeps a sharp eye on the little signs of ill-health. Likewise they take Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills to aid diges tion and help nature over some obstruc tion caused by too much food or drink, or perhaps insufficient exerciss. There is no bettor medicine for such a pur pose, in this or any other country, than DV. MorEc's Indian Root Pills, and their ever-increasing use by all classes of the community bears testimony to their high efficiency. The best advice that can be given is to always have a bottle of these pills at hand, and when the first iBdlcattan of twufita tfytait, take a dose and flte ntolt win T* fooaC

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

Every Day the Same ? OW Backache? HOUR after hoar, day in and day oit, that dull, uceanng throb? Are yoa tortnwd with ihatf , itabbtif twinges and feel to tired and worn out that y«m Wt nj»y aiythinf ? What, then, is wronf ? Too often if s became yoar kidneys are not property filtering harmful poisons from the blood. Nerves *nd bbod are vpset, and then comes a host of ills. Your back aehes; is lame and stiff. Yon are apt to hare headaches, dinanesc, and distressing Kidney irregu larities, too. Don't lot this unhappy condition go on ! Delay may prove , serious. Use Doan's Backache Kidney Pills Doan's have helped \ thousands. Ask your neighbour ! ROCKHAMPTON EVIDENCE. ? Mr. T. Roads, Gladstone-rotd, Kockhamptoh, says: — ' Some .time ago I waB bent nearly double with backache, and often could not move without enduring torture. The .pain centred juEt above my kidneys, and ne\er left me day or night. The ailment practically crippled m*, and made me feel wretched. Besides backache I was t...

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LONGREACH OIL BORE. CEMENTING OPERATIONS, LONGREACH, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

LONGREACH OIL BORE.1 CEMENTING OPERATIONS^ . LONGREACH, January 21. Mr. Paul Royie, superintendent of the Longreach Oil Wells, advises that definite instructions have, been received from the Stale mining engineer that the artesian water must be cemented off. Mr. .T 'Mm- T». RocIp. chief encrineer of the Oii mo Co., will arrive in Long reach to-morrow to superintend the operations. The circulation of tub artesian flow has been obtained, and the: .oil sands iniidded off to prevent the ^a^er from entering the oil strata. Tiie .cement ing operations will probably, take a week %and then a further week will' have to be allowed 'for the cement to set.' ; Great interest is evinced by LongnacJi residents in the well and many in quiries ha v a been made to .secure shara interests. Advice has been received by the company that no share* art avail, able. A definite inquiry for. aV large parcel this morning was unfulfilled.

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A HARDY ANNUAL. HEREFORD DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

A HARDY ANNUAL. HEREFORD DISPUTE. sending a telegram to them protest ii)? When the Committee of the Agricul tural Society decided to accept the de cision of the English Hereford Herd TSook Society in connection with th* dispute over Hie breeding of Kearney Oem and rescinded all motions debar ring polled Hcrefords from competing with Uie horned classes, it was general ly thamht that the matter had been settled S'd that as a matter of eours* this year's Shew would see the pollei and horned bleeds competing in tin1 same classes. But not so. At yesterday's meeting of the Committee there was a length v discussion on the matter, and as oi. many previous occasions when the mat ter has been brought up, no finality was reached. After about an hour's debate it wa? dec.'ded to hold the matter over untn the sub-committee appointed to revise the schedule in regard to the beef cattle has presented its report at a t,pccial meeting t0 be held on the 2Slh install1. Mr. W. Beak, who is the owner ot K...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

JSANANA GROWING JN ENGLAND.

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

RAGLAN. Messrs. Robertson Bios, have dis posed of their hotel and store to Mr. P. Ansborough, of Calliope. Mr. and Mrs. Ansborough and family arrived on I Tuesday and took over the hotel and store the following day. The storms on Wednesday and Thurs day tilled the railway dam from which the supply for locomotive purposes are derived. The dam was very low, with about three weeks' supply. The following are the local railway returns for December: — Passengers, 114, £:-'J 9s. 10d.: parcels inwards, £32 17s. 3d.; goods received, 19 tons 4 cwt., £23 liis. 3d.; goods forwarded, lime (i tons, £'J oh. 0d.; logs, 70 tons IS cwt., £33 Is. Od. ; agricultural product, 5 tons IS cwC, £2 12s. Scl.: general, 2 tons 6 cwt.. £4 2s. 3d.; live stock. 12 pigs, £l 4s. 3d.: parcels forwarded, £1 14s. 3d.; total, £130 Is. 7d. Although in December we had the lowest rainfall for the* last nine years, 1301 gallons of cream were forwarded io Tvockhampton, showing that the dis trict is suitable for dairying Kag...

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

: ^Itff ^ *- I L P™£ orili| wai| f hrouqh . .^ ^^=^&£\'r ' I^HE one and only way through a 'Cyclone' *^^VJ| Z^^JL ?*? Ring-Lock Fence is through the 'Open Gate'. ((/fifik ^\ \L Sheep-proof, Lamb-proof, and particularly strong, this ICllffeiMj E»tl m°dern tyPe 0I fencing, (with uprights at every twelve IrULvSF y r**ii inches) is cheaper and a great deal more efficient than V^^JI S Jm t'lc °'^ p'.a'n wire fencm8 with droppers. Fewer posts \mwh **stfr are reQuirecl, with a consequent substantial saving of ^^^S^^^r labour, and, as the fence comes to you in 5-chain ^^?^^ rolls all ready to be strained up, the job of erecting JSS£%S&&SBfa. is simple and inexpensive. TRiFtS^ vJPu 'Cyclone' Ring-Lock Fences arc made in various nfJE*ii^|j|ffiH heights and spacings, for Sheep, Lambs, Pigs, Horses sold in FARM AND STATION FENCES 5-chain Send far Catalogue' and Price List* to rolls, ready NEW ZEALAND LOAN & MERCANTILE to erect. AGENCY CO. LTD. ? ROCKHAMPTON.

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

SADDLES /wk NO MORE BROKEN GULLETS. /J^ Mffl This is WALDUCKS' reinforced W^f Vl^^^CS^ Gullet on world's best English Tree. //Jaff-— ' l/~ ? *^-^ I guarantee the Gullet for 12 lf£m/j //Mif^ months. Should it break I will re- ff&W ^flff/f place it Free of Cost. (fmy ^X&ll It you are not satisfied when you l*-^r 1/1 see the goods return them to tne tfy J|| and 1 will Refund your money and ||t£ II I pay all espeusei incurred. Write l\'- III me and I will send photos and full \\\ ill particulars of my unbreakable l\\ ill ?TIED C. WALDUCK, \ \M ill SADDLER. JVv J I JIM ALL HAND WOKE / *k j!f NO MACHINES OSED * //^^^ Hobo-street, Newmarket, 1/ ^ ' ' ? m BHISBANE. _. ? ]/i flilllimilimllllitmfllllllllltllilllllllMIIMMIIIIMIIIIfiMMIIIIIIIIHIIIMMIIIMIIiHiMllB | IF YOUR STOMACH IS OUT OF ORDER it does \ I not digest your food perfectly. £ I IF YOUR BOWELS ARE OUT OF ORDER, they | I do not expel the waste. = 1 IF YOUR LIVER IS OUT OF ORDER, it does not I s aid either the Stomac...

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

SAPPHIRE. Intense heat has prevailed during the] week. To-day the cloudy skies would seem to indicate further rain. There was a lame and enthusiastic gathering at the School of Arts Hall, Huby Yale, on the 15th to bid farewell to Mr. J. Glazebrook {who has been head teacher there for some gix years) and Mrs. Glazubrook. When the guests of the evening arrived those present rose and heartily rendered 'He's a Jolly Good Fellow.' On behalf of the residents Mi1. Glazebrook was presented with a wallet of notes. Mr, E. Goerz. in making the presentation, expressed the general regret of the people on the field in losing Mr. Glazebrook, who had done good work and achieved good re sults. He was also a good sportsman and would be much missed in. local cricket. Mrs. Glazebrook was presen ted with a beautifully stencilled tra velling cushion from Mrs. H. Spencer. Mr. Peter Malloii, a successful former pupil, presented a line cut yellow sap phire. Mr. Glazebrook expressed his thanks and great appr...

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

? ? ? — ? r ? ^ hi -' ? . CAKES— CAKES ? CAKES Whether it is for a Dance, a Picnic, or any function whatsoever - RICKARTS can supply you with Cakes to Suit the Occasion. RICKARTS CAKES contain the Highest* Quality Ingredients. All Fruits thoroughly Washed by the latest Fruit Washing Machine. ORDER YOUR NEW YEAR CAKE NOW!

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