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CRICKET. SYDNEY, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

CRICKET. SYDNEY. January 20. The New South Wales Cricket Asso ciation tonight passed Emotion that it was essential that the 1930 Austra lian XI should comprise 16 players and its delegates to the Board of Control Mere instructed to endeavour to bring this about. BARCALDINE, January 20. Yesterday three carloads of Blaekail cricketers braved th£ threatening ap pearance of the weather, visited Bareal dine, and played a local eleven on the Show grounds. The weather was very hot throughout the day. The locals won on the first innings by seven runs. Batting first, the locals made 64, M. Moyec contributing 34. Bendixon took five wickets for 14 and Douplas four for 45. Blaekail were dismissed lor 57, Lane 14, H. Mallory, who howled excellently, captured four for se\en. M. Moysts took three for 10 and H. Uiqii hart two for 21. In Barealdine's second innings, which closed for bt6 for nui.-. wickets, M.lloyse made 37, J. Nason 111, Urquhart 18, H. Mallory 15 not out, ami A. Goodwin and L, Bash...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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MR. K. M. JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

MR. K. M. JUDGE. The' funeral of the late Mr. Michael Kevin Judge took place at the Too wong cemetery, Brisbane, on Friday afternoon. The deceased, who was 59 years ot ago, was born in Rockhampton, ani subsequently moved to Warwick, where he entered the Educational Department. From there he was transferred to RoiA hampton. Next he wa« transferred lo the Pos tal Department, which was then a Sta r. department, and worked lor some timn in Townsville and l.ongieacli. He wa* later employed on the travel ling po=t office.' between Brisbane and Wailangar ra, and Toowoomba and ( harleville. For the past 15 years he had been eon ueeled with the Queensland Brewery. He is survived by one daughter. Nidi, nnd one f.on, Ivor by. both of whom ve SIQe 111 »~yune} . *ui. .ruu^e iihu ui-rn living fn.r the past few years with his sister, Mrs. ('. O'Dwyer, nt Livingstone street, YeiM'oiigpilly, Brisbane.

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

MRS. SCHXITZERL!NG. A gloom was cast over the town on Thursday afternoon when it became known that Mrs. W. tchnitzcrling had died at her residence, says our Alpha correspondent, writing on the 20th in stant. Mrs. Schnitzerling, who was born at West Maitland, New South Wales, J!) ye&rs ago. was a Miss Mark well before he: marriage. She had been seriously ill for some time Several carloads ot people followed the remains to the grave, where the Rev. M. Freeman officiated.

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

j/CASUAan^ A.W.: One grief-sodden verse: — Tn the paddocks round the home, 1 now wander all alont- Without my little dog. 'Cam': You sing of the thrills ol a kangaroo massacre in 9 verses, and call it sport ! ?'Yarcoo': ' Hell-hole ' is patchy and vague. 'Grafiex': You were late with- your( wYiit.n\i'flKli imr '0. Grace': Juvenile bushrangers discharged with a caution. P.W.: Your polite note in which you desire the liver of 'the blastiferous cow who pinches my 'Herald' out of the mail,' has been handed to the pub lisher. Whether you'll get liver or paper now rests with him. | J.J.H.: Can't say without first read ing it, so why not risk 3d. postage for a verdict? ' Phnoccleburg ': No one here could get the hang of your engineering par. ' Australia ' : There is no par. money in par. about par. money. 'E. J. Kennedy': 'The Bushfolks' Creed' is very crude. 'Grafiex': The migration of the eel has long been established. 'Oriel': 'First-footing' yarn feeble. 'Anonym': 'The Flight of Flora'...

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

CHISHOLM & CO.'S GREAT JANUARY MARK-DOWN SALE. THE BARGAIN EVENT OF THE SEASON. MORE MANCHESTER BARGAINS, Towel Bargains of Outstanding Merit. TWO EXAMPLES OF THE WOSDERFUL TOWEL BAUGAfSS. 44 x 22 HEAVY BROWN STKIPKD BATH TOWELS, l.'sual Price 1/11. SA17K PRICK 1/0 each. 45 x 23 HEAVY BROWN STRIPED BATH TOWELS, in 5 attractive colour ings. Usual Trice 2/«. SALE PRICE 1/11 each. Rousing Bargains in Honeycomb Quilts. HEAVY WHITE HONEYCOMB QllILTS. with knotted fringe , all round. STRETCHER SIZK. Usual Price 6/11 ? SALE PKICE VC each SINGLE BED SIZE. Usual Price 8/6 ? SALE PRICE 0/11 each i BED SIZE. Usual Price 10/6 ? SALE PRICE 8/0 each DOUBLE BED SIZE. Usual Price 12/6 ? SALE PRICE 10/6 each — ? EXTRA HEAVY QUALITY ? EXTRA LARGE DOUBLE BED SIZE. Usual Price 15/11. SALE PRICK ????'??? . 13/6 each. EXTRA LARGE DOUBLE BED SIZli. Usual Price 1S/6. SALE PRICE ? 15/11 each. Wonderful Sheeting Bargains. ; ? PLAIN UNBLEACHED SHEETING. ? 54 inches wide. Usual Price 1/4, 1/11. SALE PR...

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THE STOCK POT. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

THE STOCK POT. v The sum of 5s. will be paid for the best joke published each week, and 2b. fld. for the second best — provided al ways that any that are received are up to publication' standard. The following collects tins 5s. this week: — 'Live and Let Live', was the sign of a humane Rosedalq butcher a few years ago. A. vegetarian . could not have displayed a more fervent appeal 'GLIB.' This has been awarded second prize: — A lawyer noted for his bad temper and deafness, was pleading in a ease presided over by a young judge. Pre sently there arose a clash between the lawyer and the judge. The judge or dered the lawyer to sit down, but be ing deaf, the lawyer did not hear him, so tire judge fined him ten shillings. The lawyer leaned towards the Clerk. ' What did he say,' hcenquired. 'Fined you ten shillings,' said the clerk. 'For what ! 'For, contempt of court,' said the clerk. The laWVpr Cflfit. a f-nnt.amnflmuc liinlr towards the bench and reached a hand into his pocket. ' I'll p...

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A LONELY GRAVE [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

A LONELY GRAVE 'MAUD': There are many lonely fcush graves in Queensland. One I would particularly like to hear about lies on Darr River Station in the Mut taburra district. The grave of a gentleman who died in 1885 whilst on a trip to the west-. Fever and ague were raging at the time. He con tracted it, and never recovered, leaving a widow in the Rockhampton district, with four young children. The widow was also ill with fever at the time of his death. It is a daughter enquiring a daugh ter,' who was an infant in armts at that time. Perhaps 'Nada' may know something about the grave, as she ap pears to live in that district. Any particulars such as its situation or sur roundings would be eagerly read. ;'

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

PRESENTS FOREMEN. Moray's June Roses Set?, containing Shaving Bow!, Talcum and Bath Soap, 20/- Set. Yardley's Lavender Set, Soap, Talcum, Solid and Brilliantine and Shaving Soap, 17/- Each. Du Barry's Siikashave Shaving Soap in walnut bowl, 10/: Each; in Glass, 5/6; in Ebony, 13/6. Yardley's Shaving Bowl, 4/6 Each. Morn's Tortoiseshell Shaving Bowl 6/- Each. SKINNER & MAHER, TOILET AND PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS, . EAST-STREET, ROCKHAMPTON. 'PHONE 113S. WHAT DOES SPENDING COST? How much does tt cost you to spenJ £100? The answer Is £109 dowa and at least £4 per annum for the rest of your life. Yet what uiau would knowing^ spend £100 that put him under obliga tion to pay £4 per yeax for life? None, perhaps, but. many do it unconsciously when tliey spend money that might otherwise have earned interest at 4 per cent.. Indefinitely. . Every pound you spend has attached to it an invisible etring of pennies which ycu spend with it Keep your money- in a Savings Account and earn, not spe...

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

W8DW © _ ? — — — — — — — — 0 w ? ;'' T Summer's Best Work Shirt The 'Santwill' 7/9 each, or 3 for 2i2i\\} , Light, Strong, and tho1 of very fine soft texture, I is as strong as Canvas. Made big and roomy Seams robustly stitched (never to give away) and buttons securely sewn on. Has two large Breast Pockets, with Flaps to button. 'Sandy ' colour — 1 a good serviceable shade— 'Twill' Quality ~a sound wearing \ weave— will stand all the tub drubbing you can give it. All Sizes. Order them Vo-day. ? KINDLY STATE SIZE VHEN QRDBfclNG I Pike Brothers Limited In Queen Street, Brisbane BRANCHES! TOWNSVlLlfi. AND TOOWOOMBA. 0 ? , ? 0 MCdl to -De*k '

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COTTON MILL. EPUTATION TO SOUTH. ROCKHAMPTON, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

COTTON MILL. . DEPUTATION TO SOUTH. nnPKHAMPTOX. Jauuarv 22. Tlic Pr?aident i-f the Rockhampl.in Chamber of Commerce (Mr. J. J. Wr ney) pressided at. a meeting held yes terday at the office of the secretary (Mr. A. F. Kent) for the purpose o£ considering what steps should be taken to promote the establishment of a col inn mill at Kookhaninlori. The others present were the Mayor (Alderman Cousins), Aldermen Daw?on and F. W. Hutton, and Messrs. \V. Burns, W. L. Guy, and F. Homer. It was decided to wire to Mr. Derby shire, asking him to visit Kockhamp ton as soon as possible in order to be present at a meeting which is being called in furtherance of the movement. It was also agreed to communicate with .Mr. F. M. Forde, M.P., informing him what is being done and expressing appreciation of his promised assistance. to the delegates whom it is proposed lo send to Sydney and Melbourne in con nection with the project. Attention wa6 called to the necessity of raisine sufficient funds to pay t...

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ROCKHAMPTON NEWS. ROCKHAMPTON, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

ROCKHAMPTON NEWS. l.t-K IvilAMPTUV .l;lllll:ll'V 17. Judgment by default was given for I he plaintiffs in the following undefend ed ciiics at the weekly sittings of the Magistrate's t'ourl yesterday: — Hiu- i oil's Fruit K.\--liange \. A. L. German. Stan well, il j.-s., goods sold, with £1 7x. ltd. costs; I'fitzenmaieis (K!toin Ltd. v. L. Salsbury, Barealdine, £!?'- ids nonHs sulil. uiih -u lirl ,md ^ . U J. K. Holder, North Kockliamptoii, v. (Sobi'ri. II. Gullirif. North Bockhamp fon. £i Ss, 'xl., halaihc due for poods sold, with 8*. Oil. ??-).,(«: May Hilda lister. Park Avenue. \. C. Keiil. lUyvt Hill, £4 lits. I (HI., balance due , for good* sold, with 4k. costs. I50CKHAMPT0X. January 1 The Principal of the Hi^h Sch'oul ail vises that classes will be csiablbh-'' this yrar to - rcpare pupils for the Se nior I'niversity examination. This should be parf.eiilarly gratifying to 'hf many parents who have requested Hiat such classes he formed. UOCKIIAMPTON. .liiiiu:ir\ S-. Juduiug bv th...

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THE LIBERAL PARTY. BRITICISM OF LEADER. LONDON, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

THE LIBERAL PARTY. BRITICISM Or LEADER. I.UNUU.V. Jaiiuarv 11. \ irii.-uiiiii iiie;. was re-eiucted pv'-~' ili'iil iit tlic a mi un 1 meeting uf tJit l.lUt ral (.(Hiiicil. The cuinicil Uvula red iba1 tlie ii ? dei- t '.icicoL f.'h tliai Mr. J-iuyu '.ieor^c «h- 'i-,t i-nlitfed to (lie ironiiu ence ill* v liii.i {-iveii him. !.onl i)Nl(i!,| strongly ri'M'iili'd tJiei :ii\i-li'iii' i^M'-ii.uii hs a ii-^ull. ol lir.H.ti i|ii«n u-i -' iiiianci' di'|ii'i*diiig »n pcfoiiii' ^IHI tllll. Jiaj I \ I1MKJK. 1 -I LtLTH I JI':au ? |iiailcr- look an unw 'arratitcd a«\an' ii'j.- dl I lie i-(-i!iicil'- ii, '^ ice m -? tit to -^' I.IimW (--?-. i-jjtr'.- cli'cLiuii |iiilici. It «a lint' true to .-;. v l IijiI tin- win-J(.. pall; \\H. iiiiiti-d ui'ilci iiiin. Never lu'lor !iii(( ;i leader Iji-cii itlilc in my to til' purly, '' ^ ou !m\i' un jinny Hinds, an1 uiilc-i. vim In wliiit I wit in \uii wtli hiue n,, iiioiii-y.' That vns Utal »' ;mi\ pilriv. hmiI i'vimi beadi|uartei-6 Tel' Illilt II HI!*. Millet...

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

fpSIiili^iiiiiiJi^lil - I - — - PIPTITRF VniTPQIM V I I ^^w|^ IN ONE OF THESE SUITS!- J 1 i^J^Bv'W»HKV PARTRIDGE'S STYLISHLY TAILORED 1 | fl^HH^^^^Bft ALL OUR SUITS ARE FINISHED WITH HAND - ROLLED LAPEL | I WAm Ordering always state Height, Waist, Chest and Inside Leg Measurement. I | We arc showing all the D ARTRinfLF £r fYl Wc haVC manX ^elusive I I latest shades and weaves in £ rXM\ I IV1J-/VM-I \JL K+VJ*9 pattcrns that afft ^ cvcn | | first quality Summer Suit- MEN'S, BOYS' AND SPORTS' OUTFITTERS, deluded in ranges offered I H ings and all are priced at injii*' I the moderate figure spe- Opposite the Post Office, Rockhampton. at/Oand n ff'**-1? I i rr other stores. J | ciahsation makes possible. ^£ pAy CARR/AG£ OiV A£L CASH ORDERS. ? I /i -. \ j Trousers with side and hip pockets, belt _. «uadqow' ! I /liiftrt loops, side straps, cuff bottoms. ? ? mFjl ' I1 I p ^ ^fe ^/ Wooiien Gaberdine, in All Wool Navy Serge* Coat. Fashioned with half /^|iHtlffli8& H | l^'p® shadcs of...

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

?AT ?&A^'':''\\ A Set that will work ofi Home LigfatingPIante, and STTOMBERfi CiMO^ -aii { THE STROMBERG CARLSON ELEXTRiO SIX. : Can now be Supplied to Work off 32, 50, 110,:22(y and 240 D.C. Supply Maine; SIMPLY PLUG. IS ANDiSWlTCH ON. : . . . ; . . '.. j NO BATTERIES. REQUIRED, ' ? , „ . , . ? ::- ?? AUSTRALIAN' MADE. : ' ' ''*''.'':' ' GUARANTEED .12 MONTHS. ,;; ,- - ..;,;..., ONLY. ONE DI^TO»T.UNa»( - - „ If you have any other supply] than. t|iat mentioned, lit me kpow what : it is. When wrking, state your BUttpl^.- :--?'?, - ?? ' - - -? FOR FULL. PARTICULARS WRITE-r-DESK ??C.' triple. How. KOqaUHrTPN. ' TjO.Ju 1*3* OLYMPIA CAFE, ;bolsover st., kockhampi-on. I J. BORTHWICK, Proprietor. - The Home ot the Bustman when In town — Breakfast 1/-. Dinner 1/8, .Tea 1/-. Alt pure Australian Foode cooked by Australians. NOTICE TO TEAMSTERS AND OTHERS. WE are prepared to take HAKDWOOD LOG TIMBER for Milling purposes in any quantities at our Sawmills, Lion Creek-road. (Altou Downs L...

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

IRRITABLE WITH FRIEND , A CASE OF EXHAUSTED NERVJ- Much mental and physical tulieiii is due to nerve starvation, Irritate and melancholy often develop frui this cause. The victim has unaccuuin able spells of sharp temper and won - Weakness, loss of appetite and lack i energy make life burdensome. In cbbcs of this nature, Dr. William Pink Pills are invaluable. They enru-, the blood, feed the nerves, and iinpnr vitality and strength. The following is sufficient proof -? this :— Mrs. Lena Lewis, 'Keddi:-! Vale, ' Juno Parade, Lakemba, N.S.W states : 'In July, 1929, I was rui down, and so weak that 1 cuuld ny even dress myself to go outdoors. was irritable with my best friends, ]o.-- 1} stone in weight,' and had vagm heavy feelings in my. limbs.. Sliortb after taking the firit bottle of Di Williams' Pink Pills I slept better, r. gained brighter spirits, and the vayw pains vanished. The course of I)i Williams' Pink Pills made my nem better than they have ever been. M weight increased, an...

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SMOKING IN THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

SMOKING IN THEATRES. ' : The ? General ; Purposes ?Gommittee- r.er ported it had been ..brought ..under its n6ti(e that smoking wat'mdiilged in by^1 members of audiences in- closed .thfeatrel^ and ' the Committee recommended' thai the ?: attention of proprletoTe, of. closed' theatres be called to the dangerous. nrnVfcipp. 'unA ? tlmf. 'flip v ' Kp - rsnu Aatsii *in ijaye emoking prohibited; w|ien - the pub- lie 'were' on th^prfciriiaes.'T-Th* 'recom^ mendation was Adopted. - ^J.;' ) Tji'b .Qpttpijii; endorsed the\ actions -&'? i^s representatives at the conferenoe be twisen- M'/Cqu^l: ind', Flte ; Hrig$8e;: Beard which carried a reeolutipnt .that the Chief- Officer, of. th'a^f'irft.JBog*^ an4 the ? PJtf/.Engineer' inspect ? tb'eatrcjj eitisfy.-thenwlrw that ?^t^ndan^s-' wef^ xumuentbr nutnerous and .cojaMtent, $M

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PRINCE'S NEW ROLE. NEPTUNE'S BARBER. LONDON, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

PRINCE'S NEW ROLE. NEPTUNE'S BARBER. LONDON', January 14. It is* an old established custom in the British navy and m-.; ?? -'..'tile ma rine, for some who Jiave , icvroUSl;.' crossed the line to hare . a . little sport out of passengers who. 'have', crossed, tht Equator for the first lime on that.voy ace. ' tuo i.iii,ini--ii(-»t. form of ' ragging ' the greenhorns, is to shave them with a very blunt mor. The part of Father Neptune is usually assumed by an old \oyager. The Prince of Wales, who hat several times 'crossed the line,1 it, therefore, well qualified for the part he assumed on the Kenilworth Castle. A wireless mewa&e from the lvsnil worth Castle states that, garbed in a white cap and apron and trousers, whicb he borrowed from the chef, anrt carry ing a 2ft. razor smeared with red paiut, the Prince of Wales ncted as King Keptune's barber during the crossing ot the line celebrations. The Prinze entered wholeheartedly into the fun and worked vigorously shaving the vict...

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

JOHN PEACE. DENTAL SURGEON, THANGOOL. Visits Biloela 1st Sunday each mouth. Or by appointment. CHARLIE MURPHY, HAIRDRESSER ana TUBAOCONlS'l EAST STREET. FIRST CLASS PARLOOK. ? ? Dp-to-date Assortment ol Smokeri ' '?' Requisites always on tuna. : 'Phone Nob. 770 and 774. Box No. 265s ST. LOUIS'S CONVENT BOARDING SCHOOL. FOR BOYS UNDER. FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE. CONDUCTED PV THE SISTERS OF MERCY, KOONGAL. This Boarding School is situated in ft healthy position on the slopes cf the Berserker Range, overlooking the Fitz^ roy River. It is connected by Train and Train with Rockhampton, from which it is' only three miles distant. TERMS ON APPLICATION 5TO ?-?? . -??? RTRTTC1?- -KI rpKHTfTO.. , , Most Delicious, Dependable, And Best Varied Canned Poods. Put your faitli in the fooJs tliat bave delighted exacting housewives iu all parts of the world You'll love their wholesome flavour—and you'll be amazed at the food possibilities of the 57 varieties. HEINZ —the name stands as your guarantee of E...

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TOOWOOMBA SHOOTING. THREE BULLETS FRED. TOOWOOMBA, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

T00W00MBA SHOOTING. THREE BULLETS FRED. . TOOWOOMBA. January 13. In the Police Court to-day Bridget Mary Harris, 32, was chared with hav ing discharged, a loaded revolver at Ar thur Leslie Callcott, with intent to kill him. Constable Marchant said that on the afternoon of January 7th the accused came into the police station brandish ing a revolver and told him she had just put three bullets into a man in Kus sell-street, but did not know if he was dead or not. She said that the man had ruined her life and if she had not got him he would have got her. Dr. Roberts said he examined Call' cott, who still had two bullets in hi' body, but they were not dangerous. They might, however, prove troublesome later. The accused was committed for trial bn -March 3rd. ' Bail' of £100 w»s_ al lowed. ? ?-??* —?»?'»—?

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EMPIRE PRODUCTS. BIGGER EXCHANGE. BRISBANE, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

mr^MMmm BIGGE^^^^^^ .'V yn'l^BANE. .l.miiiuv la. I Sei-iiiijifj; a' liivgor measure of ex change. of jnviducls -bel'wi:i n Canada and Aiiitiajis^'Avit^-jipL'c'iid reference to tiic selling'^. '.t'-aiia'diiiii F«,lt- woods m Aus tralia, fiVv.:tbe main purpose of a dele gatioii 'j}f ? four VaiRomcr businessnien. who arrived in Brisbane to-day. The deputation, which was sent to Australia liy the lumber interests of Canada' mid 'British Columbia in par ticular, consists of Messrs. .). M'Don ald, chairman, manu;iiii» director of the B.C. Ma n u faei u ring Co.; T. (iadd, pre sident .of. .--XIih Cedar .Cove Co.; ?I. Robsun,. piesident of the H.C. .Manufacture^'.- .:. 'A^ociiition :.. itnd ', Major L. AjiureWs.ioiest. t^nntu-.r and ex-secretary of the B.C. Lowers' Acso-l ciation. . ? ? ? ' ' . | The delc^llati -issued the f- llowiiif message to;eJuB^-ii,.s|.. ??V^jr.'.Kjiipi,',, }„?«' duets more -tieely; All' Uiinas lieim» equal wo jvojild |;k«;t« see ttl'So'iute pre'- fei-eiiwj jjivwj. Kf...

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