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DR. OTTO PELTZER. REMARKABLE DEMONSTRATION. SYDNEY, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

DR. OTTO PELTZER. REMARKABLE DEMONSTRATION. SVDNKV. .lantiarv Ml A remarkable demonstration was made a^'!iii!*t Dr. J'oll/.ei- o:i the Cricket ground* following liis refusal to meel G. Goldiii'i in the relay raws ''' tlu- grounds that lie was ill. , Gold ing was bitterly ?liaaji|»nint*-*d and tin? ?iM-nwil vigorously hooted the -5crm:in athlete. The incident will long lie remembered in the athletic history of A ust rn lia. The vplay r,\-v was rajforly a wailed, but rdl/.o! informed olnvials t hat lie would not rim. Eventually, nf(..'r many appeal^. I.;* consented to run if ('Jold- )np, wbo liad l.i'attn him over a quarter of a-inilc at Manly, was replaced by another alhlylr. R. Norman was euh ptitutcil. si ml (he crowd were greatly disappointed when it., was niniuuiu'oci . that Goldinj; was unable to start. GokJiii^, win; wa^ on, the track, said that tlie announcement was noi; fair to - him, as be was willing to run.. Gold inp then went to the .starting point fnit returned, stating ...

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BOYS' PAGE CRAIG KENNEDY DETECTIVE STORIES THE AZURE RING—l. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

Boys rge CRAIG KENNEDY DETECTIVE STORIES I I By ARTHUR B. REEVE. j | Copyright, 1922, by The McClure Newspaper Syndicate. j THE AZURE RING-I. Piles of aiew6paper and innumerable clippings from the pr«ss bureaus lit tered Kennedy's desk in rank profusion. Kennedy himself was bo deeply absorbed that I had merely said Rood evening: as I came in and had started to open my mail. With an impatient sweep of his hand, however, he brushed the whole mass of newspapers Into the waste-paper baaket. 'TT seems to me, Walter,' he ex claim in disgust, 'that this mys tery is considered insoluble for the very reason which should make It easy to solve — the extraordinary char acter of its features.' Inasmuch as he had opened the subject, I laid dowu the letter I was reading. 'Til wager I can tell you just why you made that remark. Craig'.' I ventured. 'You're read ing up on that WainwrightTemple ton affair.' 'You are on the road to becoming a detective yourself, Walter,' He answered with a touch of sa...

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THE BOSCOMBE VALLEY MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

? „ ? .... ''???-?'?????????»a»IBPB*«-*B*BaiafMIIUBBBIt-l*HI»lliaf««BIBMIIMIIII||||||||||||||||f|||||||||J|||(J ...THE BOSCOMBB VALLEY MYSTERY. | s By SIB ABTHUB CONAN DOYLE. Copyright, 1921. by Harper and Bros. Published by special arrange- 1 ment with The McClure Newspaper Syndicate. j . j Holmes and Watson started by train to investigate tho Boscombe Valley mystery. Holmes told Watson that Mr. Charles McCarthy was a tenant of Mr. 36hn Turner, the largest landlord proprietor of the region. The men were social equals, both ex-Australians. McCarthy had an lS-year-old son. Turner, a daughter of the same age. McCarthy nad two servants, a man and a girl, .and Turner had a large establishment. A day or so before Mc CRrtliy and his serving man were out together in the morning and McCarthy saa he must hurry as he had an engagement at three. In the afternoon he ?tarted out. A HtUe later his son returned from a three-day visit to Bristol, took his gun, and also started out. William Crowder,...

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THE COTTON MILLS. MR. KEIGHLEY'S LETTER. ROCKHAMPTON, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

THE COTTON MILLS. MR. KEIGHLEY'S LETTER. ROCKHAMPTON, January 17. The Chamber of Commerce is following the lead set by the City Council and is pushing the matter of cotton mills in Kockhampton. At yesterday's meeting there was a very lengthy discussion and a number of aspects were considered. It was decided to call a public meeting, af which, if possible, Mr. Derbyshire, late of Bonds, Ltd., would be present, and that inter ested parties in the 6outh would be requested either to receive a depu tation or to visit Rockhaniptan and. inspect me possi unities oi tne dis trict at first hand. A telegram was received from the Acting Minister for Trade and Cus toms (Mr. F. M. Forde), stating that he had interviewed Messrs. W. S. anil K F. Robinson, managing director o* Yarra Falls Weaving mills, Melbourne, and associates with Mr. W. L. Baillieu, of Australian Knitting Mills and Aus tralian Silk and Cotton Mills, regard ing the proposed mill at Rockhampton. They were prepared to go into the m...

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THE WOMEN WHO WAITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

I THE W01AN WHO WATTCD. | She had neither beauty, youth, nor that essential to the modern heroine-chic, which the romance of her girlhood days promised to blossom into matrimony. She was rather a tired 35 with a' limited dress allowance, a faded blonde prettiness, and a sensitive mouth around which care had written lines of pain . She taught in a girls' private school, which, as everyone knows, is the first mile in the journey to the solitary state of spinsterhood. Nevertheless, in contradiction to this prophecy she wore a diamond ring upon her third finger . |T was quite the standing joke cf the school — 'Laney's Fiauce' — who It w:is ijuite the standing joke of the school — ''Laii'v's Fiauce'' — who i.tver came home to marry her. . It l:p.d tR^n placed there on her sevon u taih birthday when she was glorious ly youi!Lj aad quite pretty in a fivsh, ii.;i\cu, j;iilisli wa.y. Hut he, the ? luii;;c3L sun of a poor '-riter and well un tli-j way to following in his father's tcoi:U-j-s, ...

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

COTTON PILLOWS. ni^PH! TNT C AI F I KAPOC PILLOWS, i ' No. 1 Quality — 4/11 each L/lOvA-JUl ^1 1 kJ.T%AjI-i No. 1 -Quality — 5/3 each No. 2 Quality — 5/11 each fl ftQFQ No. 2 Quality — 5/11 each No. 3 Quality - 6/11 each \~L.KJDE,O No. 3 Quality — 7/6 each ! less io per cent. SATURDAY, l*t FEBRUARY less 10 per cent. ?InntaBHifflff' the BE^ ll^^HifB0 mosquito . Ii fl! Hi' ill ''If* PIECE OF FURNITURE IN THE . [ »i ' MH Ilif Atl5T ''''?'' ' '' f/Wi'^JSJJif-P' illl' The Auto-Cot. . H|| ii \\\\ I^JHISllJBf ';? ? -? ? ? '; '??/'LyifrJiliilli I ' , ILii' ~~-=r—, HgglP llljLfllllJIIII|»J||f Dv T|»^ ,Y»rr1 L 'rffTIZ ^^Mm^^—^iS Kot m?strated- .The Aut»-Cot' Bf ^^^^^^^^^s^^uA tiara.-: ; I nT^^^^I^^^^^^^^^^TMf galvanised mattress/' with tension jfflf ?. jp5; !Z^-_ ~TII h^-^^r^^m T2 in. SINGLE CORD''- NET.' ' : ' Ipiil; f i1 J || If iH '! I '^ ?'?«' T, ,*',rP's IBffflj I ' ITpm' '' 'fl ' Uts 10PerCi'a%t: ?. ; ®^%]'\3li 4 i- -i ri J^ -1 — i ii L REGULAR PRICE'..'..?/ £4/10/- ^^^O|J- ~^ ~- ^ '~ -...

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THE POLLED HEREFORD HERD AT THE MEADOWS. MR. W. BEAKS ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

THE POLLED HEREFORD HERD AT THE MEADOWS. MR. W. BEAKS ENTERPRISE. (By ' Herdsman.') Stockbreeders the world over arc ever on the lookout for im provements in cattle, and the Queensland cattleman is not to be left behind in the search. When he does enter into things, a keen energy is displayed, and neither time nor expense is spared to either prove or disprove his hypothesis. In this respect it may be said that the latest introduction in beef cattle in Queensland, is the Polled Hereford, and the firm of Messrs. Henry Beak and Sons, The Meadows, are responsible for the earliest importations. The evolution of the Polled Hereford, quite likely, is based on the Mendelian theory thai when two animals possessing con trasted characters arc interbred, these contrasted charac ters do not blend in the offspring germ cell, but 50 per cent of the hybrids' germ cell contain the dominant character and 50 per cent of the recessive character. The hybrid, therefore, yields two kinds' of germ cells, o...

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CATTLE HOLDINGS. EXTENSION OF LEASES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

CATTLE HOLDINGS. - EXTENSION OF LEASES. ROCKHAMPTON. .Tanimrv 17 Amended regulations have just been issued which apply to the extension of leases of cattle holdings in Queensland as follows: — ' The Land Acts Amendment Act nf 1929,' recently passed by Parlia ment, provides for the extension of leases of certain Pastoral Holdings and Grazing selections which are at present mainly used for the depasturing of cattle. Applications for extension of lease must be made before June 30, 1930. All necessary forms may be obtained from local Land Offices orirom the De partment of Public Lands, Brisbane. WHO MAY APPLY. Applications for extension of iea&e may be made by the following: — (1) The lessee or selector of any Pas toral- Holding or Grazing Selection in existence on January 1, 1930, the rent of which has been reassessed in accord ance with the provisions of the Cattle Review Act. (2) Any selector of a Grazing Selec tion or lessee of a pastoral holding in I existence on January 1,...

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"UNCLE SAM'S" LETTER BAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

'UNCLE SAM'S' LETTER BAG. Ellen Uarr, Archer, write*:— Will you please enrol roe a* one of- your members f, I am nine yean of age, and my 'birthday is on tfee 18th Ju|y. I always read the Bulletin, and I like reading Tiggy Touchwood. - I always look for ward to the Friday's paper. Uncle Sam,- do you have badges, and how much are they? The holidays are nearly over, and I will be sorry when school starts again. I used to be s, rneut her of Mira's, and bad a pen-name. Do your members have theraf I go to the Ulam Upper State School, and there are six in my claw. We liave had about halt a doren examinations, and I came. top in every one. My brother cut my hair with a fringe the other day. and I think it suits me. My sister has it too. Wish, injr you and your Corner the brightest of health. (You are most welcome, Ellen. No, -we do not have pen-names now, as you will have seen l»y my letter to the Children in last week's paper. We have not yet got, our badges. I ?m pleased to hear you have...

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AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A WATTLE TRUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

AUTOBIOGRAPHY' OK A WATTI.K Tl?1 '). (Written by Margaret Nolan). ?'I nuppose you would like -o hear the storv ^f my life,' I asketl of a little kliten, who w^ Kitting on one of. my onc« bountiful bough;, i 'I was onre a very small' shoot in the ground away in the bush with all my brothers stn.l fitters. As I (flew older, I (rot law:, rnd .11 four years time I w;is the biggest wattle Iivp in ihe p;*.i!dofk. I spent a happy life in the bush. Some of the pleasure 1 had were en Joying Hie twitter of the little birds, and giv ing little shildren my blossoms to make thcin 3c1vcb look pvefty. Every winter, I used In flower, and ell ihe other trees admired my eoMen IdoEi-on-.B. and so did those happy stJy ; children. I must liave lived in the bush for | rbout nine yearF. I will now tell you how I came to bo lying here in this old creek. A boat u ,,ivl» igo, jusi :f I had flowered iurj the lari lim.-, a ,i'!'y j.g jan ciliie alou' ivjii ' a Iiltle buy. lie s:id, ''This one would no I iiicel...

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WOOL SALES. GOOD CLEARANCES. BRISBANE, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

^OOL SALES, GOOD CLEARANCES. BRISBANE. January 20. The fourth series of the Brisbane wool sales opened to-day. The usuai large attendance of buyers was present and although competition was good and general, it was nevertheless not so keeu as at the last series of sales held ia December. Japanese and German buyers ap peared to the principal operators, while fair support was given by French and Bradford buyers. Operators acting oa behalf of Italy^ gave useful' support, but Russian competition was conspicuous by its absence. The demand was essentially for superfine quality wools, of which the supply was limited; and although cata lniYima rronprpllv uprp better than in December wools were not- quite fine enough to meet with spirited competi tion. As was expected the market ' showed a further decline in prices as com pared with values ruling here in De cember. As compared with the clos ing rates of Brisbane Decemebr sales, the market may be quoted: — Superfine fleece, unsteady, Ti.per ce...

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THE PASSING OF SAIL. DEATH THROES OF A MIGHTY FLEET. FURLING THE WHITE WINGS. Article I. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

? — ? — — — — ?— ??— ?^««-, THE PASSING OF SAB, I- DEATH THROES OF A MIGHTY FLEET. FURLING THE WHITE WINGS, . /'. Article I. By ' Junius.' - ' ' Although the struggle was a long and costly one to the early- advocates of steam-driven vessels, it none the less could have had but one ending. The steamer rose like a mighty Titan from every workable coal bed on earth, the dense masses . of smoke from its squat funnels forming, appropriately enough, the pall for the obsequies of its proud opponent. The sailing ship, ' vagrant ana waywaru, wiui mi me wumia turn vayiu-ca at a ' spoilt Court beauty, was the creation - of men's brains and the sport of the winds of heaven. Try as he would, man never suc r ceeded in building two clipper ships that were exactly alike, or that followed the same impulse under similar conditions. Woven into the very warp and woof of their structure were those little peculiarities that endowed them with personality, and caused then, to be blessed or cursed in every ...

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

LUCAS' BIG PURCHASE! TENNIS-SPORTING- SEASIDE SHOES ! A recent Purchase for Cash enables us to Sell at these Attractive Prices. ~t)uskie Jr%}m SANDSHOES, rubber soles, SHOES, white rubber soles. . fS«^^P§P^v /*P«lHB 'TRILBY' TENNIS BAR. 'OLYMPIC' MEN'S H^W A BiZ6S 4 l° * 2/6 : ? l° ' 2/11' v A^- \Swj|S93 Si'een facings, rubber soles, WHITE TENNIS SHOES, |3jjf^U^fc^_ \ Parcels Sent To Any Address ftd. Extra. J. A. Lucas & Sons BOX 290. 'THE LEADING SHOEMEN,' ROCKiiAMPTON .

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CORNERITES' COMPETITIONS. THE MORNING PASSES (Written by [?] Masters.) [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

CORNERITES1 COMPETITIONS. THi MOKMMi PASSES'. i»iilten by Annie Hatleifi. I sit uinong the rustling grass, Kti-\ w.idh the pretty uutler-flies [-a*t ? And bco the liapiiy birds in the nee. Singing tu sweetly, Joud and fiep. To watch the grazing cattle on the green. Is such a wtistying scene. Th» buii, with its burning light. I* foreiiT big and bright. The tree?, all vwing tlmir liafv houghs, H*ncath them lie I he sleeping cow?. l.nju\ini: the mornintr ».:;n While (lie children are aglow with fun. Then comef, ihe morning call. Sounding in the children^ hall. From the uatitrv gteal the mice, gating cheese so very nice. Morning will toon be past, And imon i- coining very fan. Then the children go out to pla- Which they like to do nil day. (No. of points 7).

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BASHER BRIGADE. POLICE ATTACKED. SYDNEY, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

BASHER BRIGADr POLICE ATTACKED. SYDNEY. January 19 A vicious attack was made on two policemen last night outside a theatre at Redfern by a mob of abuui 30 men, who tried to 'club the officers with bol tk-s and stones. The police, however, arrested a man who said lie was responsiblr for the ilisiu'.banw at the theatre »ud look him to the poiicc station. Hardlv had they ictunwl when tlicy scl out to quell another disturbance ai ,i theatre in L»wson Place. The pn!:' ? ? l Mi-» win ?'?? ? ?''

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

P AMERICAN SADDLERY ? DISTINCTIVE And SERVICEABLE. ; 1 the American ist^le of Saddlery is un '*£*. *«l6tfbliefilv populaj^dth.many horMmea *f ?$???.. ' - -1*V0W*out:f%^Si^d.- ' An* there are $-Vrr. '$$? !- ^ts W' reafc#gwirithis popularity. It ^'P™*^^- ' ' J^*Mii.0£:-^|?s st-'HS'COI^or't! and staunch ''?' *-* Jfiy ROY lJU!Wne6S is''certarriTy' inbuilt. \+ \j w ^* yj i ??'? ?' t'Ar^Pl! C L'hl's have un excellent range of all thi& &AUU Lit*, strife of £_addl«?ry— Spurs, Bridlee, Stir :' -.'► ; ? ' riips, Lassod i Ropefr, ? Cliaparejos, Mexi Experts in Uhl's factory can Quiltf- Bits- GirthE- &c- make this. rjase of caddie, and whitf roff \rw fintnrrv can make1: any -tjpc rpjuired. KRHE rOR A/TPT CATALOGLL. Write fof;'ityle .'needed. Sad dle as illustrated, * built o,n . Steel Fork -Tree-,- single rig, . made of specially prepared leather, skirt lined with flfT\ . . . ? wool led sheepskin. Can be AffAi . . . supplied either plain or fully -,«.,_, _.^,r /?If i ill...

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

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THE COAL TROUBLE FIRM ACTION BY POLICE. ABORTIVE CONFERENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

JH|^GOAL TROUBLE FIRM ACTION- BY POLICE. ABORTIVE CONFERENCES. ' , The principal feature of the w^.in thectial trouble is the firm ^ .stand taken by the polide to supprets .maw picketing. ' ' ; ^ ' Flying squads of police moved; quickly, to threatened points, and completely demoraliseld large bodies of -miners assembled for the purpose of making demonstrations. ?- ' '?' ? . ...-.???'? ;; Advocates of thie 'all-out' policy ate' finding, themselves lacking in support, and there exists much dissension among the less extremist sections of miners. The men at the Lithgow State mine rejected the ' all-out' policy, and the places of engine drivers who were withdrawn from mines by the Federated Drivers' and Firemen's Association are being filled oy members of the Miners* Federation. * The Prime Minister, Mr. Scullin, has been in conference with both Mr. Bavin. Premier oif New South Wales, and Mr. MacDonald. represen tative: of the mine owners. Judging, from the meagre reports of such confere...

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GRAZING INDUSTRY. PROPOSAL TO ORGANISE. BRISBANE, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

GRAZING INDUSTRY. PROPOSAL TO ORGANISE. BRISBANE. January 21. During the early stages of the next session of 'Parliament a Bill will be submitted having ..for. its object tiia promotion of the organisation of tlws grazing industry in Queensland. The Bill, which has already been drafted, provides for the formation of an organisation known as the Grazicro' Association of Queensland, to consist. r\t a II *v*-airial'c 'rt«ar n^*n'fr ' ITiitf'a' 4llSn 5i\\\ cattle and horses or more .than 2000 sheep. The State is to be divided into dis tricts, each of which will be controlled by a district council, consisting of a chairman and 20 members, who will be Jilccted annually by ballot. Each dtf trict council will appoint annually a representative on the General Council of the Association. A conference will be held annually, and each district council wiH have the The objects of the Association are:— The organisation of the graziers for th-J protection and development of the graz ing industry in ...

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TOBACCO CULTURE. BRIGHT OUTLOOK. BRISBANE, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

TOBACCO CULTURE. ^ ' v BRIGHT WJnTdOK. BRISBANE, January 20. Mr. Charles Coward, who is at pre sent in Queensland in connection with & .w.ejl kttojvn. Australian tobacco nrm, fits ' arrived in Brisbane after a visit to the north, during which he inter viewed a number of growers and in- 7 tending growers of tobacco. ? Mr* Coward stated- to-day that the comoanf intended to erect a blilk clear ing factory at TownsviHe'or Cairns and was prepared to supply seed for the first year, or two, and also provide ?ex- pert~tuition in tolm'cco culture during the same period. Queensland, .he said, was the, best - State in Australia for growing for the home market as it was the only Stats ' capable of supplying the right leaf used hv Australian cigarette manufacttirert. SGobacco, as a crop, could be grown pro fitably; with other commodities in Queensland, especially cotton, and also could be grown in. connection with cot ton. Tobacco that was not satisfac tory for smokifigi' could be -used7...

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