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NOT AUDIBLE. THE KING'S SPEECH. BRISBANE, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

; NOT AUDIBLE. THE KING'S SPEECH. BRISBANE. Januarr 21. .Owing to. atmospheric conditions the ?? attempt to broadcast the King's speech was not successful. Station 4QG had arranged to broad cast the speech as it was received from ?? Meibpurne by land lines, .but at the time when the .King wa&. expected ^to be, speaking, ,the words could scarcely be heard at the station. '' later, when, a ,rebroadcast of a speaker, . ' .'. not tjibughX to be the King, wag made, . bui. ,','iQnly, i'p'ccaliolial words' were dis'? ~'. .. ;«ngj}uhab1e.F.;'^. ' : ? ' ''r .?]: '.'..-. \'.t !: . A;,«5cbn^.,iei;|on;6^6kg'in'.a foreign: ; ?? ':. language, .apparently' French. ... ' '. '.'. A further attempt ti- refiroadcaet the «peechcs-af4ep-M-e'clock-was-not -satis- ? factory.

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THE WEATHER. TORRENTIAL COASTAL RAINS. USEFUL FALLS INLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

THE WEATHER. TORRENTIAL COASpP^MMS. USEFUL FALLS lN5*Nb3& Under the influence of a cyclone that developed to the northeast of .Willis Island on Saturday last, North Queensland has again been deluged, causing floods in the Clbncurry district. By 8 pin. on Monday the storm had moved to the westward, and was centred north from Cook town. Apparently of low intensity, the low-pressure seemed to be fiUing up, although it is not uncommon in so sparsely populated an area for cyclones to emerge into more settled areas with increased energy. 40 me eouui mere nave uccn gvoa mil n seating rains praCQCaiiy f throughout the agricultural areas, and a good season is assured in most of such localities. In the west the falls have not been so general or so beneficial, al though large areas have been favoured with good grass rains. But much more is needed if the grip of the drought is to be shaken off. A dry 'pocket' bounded by lines joining Hughenden, Winton, Cloncurry, and Selwyn. comprising ...

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

j ?jjllli^jBfBii 'SUCTR-n ilP^Bk ? M t^ ' ' M vm-!m$$l^^ Oil is, effectively distributed to all working parts. ^j aJ'jw^ — - ^iB$3&&SBKK&!!&(fr3m$BKBBw^BttK!^B' practically no attention. I tS® _j^ms^^ ®^*iM^«P ? . ^f^^^^^^^^W The -*ears and *u workin« Par^s ar.e c'u-p|ete|y ? The AUTO-OILED AERMOTOR WINDMILL. , $ffl& I Double Geared and Rigid in Construction. All parts run in Oil. Works in the iKml^to. 1 Lightest Breeze. Require Oiling only Once a Year. Towers 4 Post Galvanised. Iwllip^li I I Complete stocks always available of Pumps, Pump Cylinders, Piping, Pipe Fit- ^dg- I I tings, also Light Oil Engines and _ w //cr Transmission Appliances. Tfc 1 I Write Us for Catalogues' on Pumps and Aermotor Windmills. ||l 1 ,*~'~IdWARD ST. '^ JEJ \9L X**' BRISBANE I I ? ^ ? ^^ * ^^ ' ' . .. ? ? B

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TEACHERS' UNION. ANNUAL CONFERENCE. BRISBANE, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

TEACHERS* UNION. ~* ANNUAL CONFERENCE. BRISBANE, January iU. The annual conference of the Queens land Teachers' Union was opened to day by the Minister for Education (Sir. i R. M. King). | Opening the conference, the Minis- | ter said he realised that the members were banded together, not merely for morcentary motives, that was, material gain, but because education topics could be discussed and expressions of opinion CAl-U&Ilgl'U UJ1U V1MU IIIICIVSL JU Uatlj' work stimulated and fostered. ,.1'The Minister went on to Kay that he believed in unionism, but just as til's teachers in the schools fostered indi viduality and independent thought wai= encouraged in the belief that discipline consisted, not in external compulsion, but in habits of the mind which Ica-1 spontaneously to desirable activities. fohe believed that compulsory union ism was not desirable as it interferre1 with liberty. The Minister went on to refer to the intention to raise the school leaving age in Great Bri...

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L.P. & A. SOCIETY. SHOW IN MAY. LONGREACH, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

L:P;ficA. SOGIETY. - -w. SHOW IN MAY. ? LONGREACH. JanuaiT- 20. - :; ?' ,A't\trhe annual 'lneeting , of the Pastpral and Agricultural Society on Saturday, Mr. R._Hli.Edkins was re-elected Presi-. dent. '''' ' -^ The only alterations in the officials „.« tk.f a* Mum S. V.. IPWm BTlli V.. G. Blume, who were appointed to the committee in place of Dr. Fraser and Mr.. M. W. O'Donnell. The. year, showed a loss of £U Is. 166.', but the cyclcne expenditure was responsible for £63 18c It was mentioned that the committed had decided: to hold a two days' Show on May .7th and Sth. , , . . . The' Society owes its bankers £207 5s., but has assets valued at £2189.

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

THANGOOL. Hot and dry condition: ru'il.i |iic Tail. Tlvjugii the mtton ltuji.'* oenec isllv in ibe ciilthated an-a?. show !iU!u tiyns of ih» diyin.'5-b up to the present, the jrr-ib* ha? assim.ed a burnt hue a marked contrast to the I'reen aspect of a fortnight a«o. Ah a result the cream supplies! art- steadily rieciteasiii^. Good work hn* already lieenr. done by the committee and other uilling liclpci'b on the towntbip aliciii-.tnt* where the new School of Arts is lo be erected. It is expected that the land and slumps, the latter being sup plied by ilessi!-. Jubb ilro.s., Kurt/-, - million.* and Ja-k^on, »m1I be rnudy lor the cunirnctor at the cm] of Hit week. Another dance in aid of Dm tjuildihg funih will Ic luHd in the j^juiU shed on Friday nielli. Mr. .S. Clarke has now itibtulled a ' Plume '' Intwbcv in frotn of. hi« Imai in-ss prcniiies. Thin it lite second l-o«.v- ser in be eiv^ted. Tlie iiionthly ineelin^ of the Tlian m-ol and District Progress' Association «a* held in the ...

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

BlLOEfiA. On Tuesday the Hon. F. M. Forde (Assistant Minister for Trada and Cus toms) arrived in Biloela from Wowaii. His itinerary had been arranged so that he was to arrive here fit midday and accordingly preparations liatl been made to receive him with due ceremony.! Ho\ve\er, the delay occasioned at Wo- J wan caused quite a number of support ers to be absent from tlie dinner, at which Mr. Forde was tlie pruefct of hon our. During this function Mr. Fortle briefly outlined the. intentions of the Federal Government regarding' tlie cot ton industry. Later Mr. Forde ad dressed a. meeting at a social evening in the School of Arts. On the mo tion of Mr. Newton, a hearty vote of thanks was accorded by acclamation to the representative for Capricornia. Mr. Forde and party left on Wednes day for Monio. With the commencement of work by the P.E.I. Department, steps ha\c been taken to complete the decking of the bridge over Cailidc Creek. This work was held up over the holidays on ac count o...

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

i KIRBVS PRICE SMASHING SALE. I 1 EVERY PRICE IN THE STORE HAS BEEN HAMMERED AND SMASHED, IN ORDER 1 1 TO CLEAR THESE GOODS QUICKLY. IT'S YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE GENER- | 1 OUSLY ON EVERYTHING YOU PURCHASE HERE ? TAKE ADVANTAGE! | - jijgv I EXTRAORDINARY MAN- BARGAINS IN DRESS . ? ^ j| I f^WM CHESTER BARGAINS. FABMCS-, /_^_H^ I V^ *Z4mfi& KF13— READY HEMMED PLAIN beautiful printed designs, floral', ^___.-JV^_Sffi»w\ M JjrfZimj^BBxt' UNBLEACHED SHEETS, heavy- SpOt and all-over effects, grounds /£^?°\s f.|||Bfcffi ^WmIHi 1 ' fl* I ^rmMIMlSMm^^ Double Bed, 80 x 90 ins; Worth VOILES, light aud dark coloured ^^^^^^v^^^^^^ Hi 'l : H^HShHP^M^ SALE PRICE — 5/6 each. and all over effects, 'all fashionable /^3bLZb^!^H-i£ ^ *™£. ~1 1 O B^^J*HBfr « '' fclf DA Dr A IMC IM Worth 3/6 yard ; ' KF24-M AIDS' CLOTH, excellent W^*^^^^V\'^^^2?$/\ Ifo^^™'™ '^\ / !a BIO BAKllAlNd IN SALE PRICE — 1/7^ yd. fabric for boys' shirt waists, in * M Y K if W 1 navy and grey pepper and salt de- \^l! n^LL ft1 1...

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Eves' Domain [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

[?] 'MAPLELEAF'.— I Quite agree with 'Peached' that a good deal of ' the money spent on baby clinics could be put to better use, although to-be just the clinics are very useful to those who live within easy reach of them and are able to follow their instruc tions. The idea outlined by 'Peach- ed' is undoubtedly good, but it would need a very large sum of money to carry it out. There are so many families in the same circumstances that I think it would be imposisble w usBifii. uiem an. s^ree assistance for nine months is rather a tall order for any Government. Even if a woman is strong and healthy when marriage takes place, ?he cannot have babies annually or thereabouts and expect them to be ro bust. The first two or three may be, hut it is utterly impossible for the mother to regain sufficient strength to continue to bear healthy children. Each one usually is less robust than the previous one. When they arrive so quickly the mother is naturally worn out and irritable, the babies cros...

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NO CONCESSION. TO EMPLOYEES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

NO CONCESSION. TO EMPLOYEES. J-OU\HAMI'TO\. -lamiai r Hi. l'.ui|-l-iyi-eK in the electricity supp'y ilcpmtiiient will not receive a rniicetiHiiii in regard to electric li.';lil fcii|)|ily. the aldermen beiii; iiiiiuiiuiou-ilv oi' this opinion ye? iri.lay wIh'h Aid. C. H. FiUpatruk moved h motion t«- rescind a previ ous resolution that provided lor 1 1 - i — ; coiii:p-5ion. .A Id. KiupatHL-k, in iimviin;- liis ui1' linn, .-.luted I 'int. tlie Council had ' . ' . I I ? I..I.I . 1 . t II- ?- nrwl IT 1 liP If U.\*tl I ll!1 I m ill Ml. iiw«- ii, nuu ?» - ?? — ? - were to lit' ;i ? ? ??ehsiori H«- whol' i|iio»!ii-ii Nom.l hiive to lie revised. K1 ilid not tliinl. il. whs a jrnod tiling to dillY'ivnliale Ijivvhi-ii the pnulic and a Mintli mtIuiii of tiie --Mitiei!'s ??''? pUiyi't'M : il «ar- ciM-1-ainly lt'»t a go-l : pol'u-v. Me. ndinin-d Mr. M'tullorh In1 -t;«-k'nig up for his M ??ill', hut it had ---? l«- I.iLVii into iirriiuut t lia t- tlie?e em iiloyees li.i.l in-l iiaUd lor this ww--...

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NAVAL POSITION ATTITUDE OF BRITAIN AN AUTHORITATIVE STATEMENT. LONDON, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

NAVAL POSITION ATTITUDE -F BRITAIN, AN AUTHORITATIVE STATEMENT. LONDON, Jaiuiarv l.i. The l'riuie Minister (Air. Kamtay Ma-:Douald) had a conference with British and Dominion prcssm.-u at llie Foreign OHice this after 110011 and dealt with various aspeeds of the. navai posit ion. He ati swei'ed many questions. lie said that lie liad met Dominimi repre sentatives who were satisfied with his. statement. The following. may Iju regarded us an ^authoritative statement: — ' The express aim of the British (jov ernment in entering next week's naval conference is to achieve a maximum re ducliou of naval armaments, commen surate with international security, avoiding proposals that would wreck cha'uc:s of agreement mid bearing con stantly in mind the. British limpire and its dependence on llic navy for the pro tection ot her seaborne trade and niari . - time communication. - 'Justification for the hope that sueh a reduction may safely be realised is to be found primarily in numerous in- j stru...

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MR. FENTON OPRIMISTIC. LONDON. January 21 [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

MK. F FA TON OPTIMISTIC. LONDON. .Liiiuarv 21. M.-ikmj; [-iiu--tuflli(y h virtue, T ;ie | Australian Minister for Customs 'Mi. Kentonl, whs iIip second to arrive ,il Dowiiinjf .stive!. « Itere hII dip ii.mh! delegates n«seinliled in the ChIh'iicI room to discuss the pivlimiu.iricK. Only the Italians wore silk hats and. frock routs. The (tlhers wore loiiu-«i- ' suit* and felt hat«. Mr. I-Vnloii, i iv a silk lia I ami morn ill}; suit, attended the Kin^'s reeeptinn flt Buckingham I'alm-e. He said His Majesty was mosl medial anil app«-are-i' to I-h fit and healthy. Commentiii-t on the eoiifeii-nce piv- ' liminnriPK. Mr. Kenlon said he w*s most, optimistic. If the cnnferoiKv wpro eondiicted in a spirit of sympathetic (?'iidprslandino. as was manifested |.y v. ryoiip thar d«y. lip n(is -?- in \i need 'll-iit soniething very ilprinile for Vhe ii (iji-i-psK nf pea.-e would lie nclnVvpd. Thf utmost ' concord pvrvailed. and all! rpalUpd thr sigtiificanCe of their (ask.

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ON A GOLD BASIS. SHANGHAI, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

ON A GOLD BASIS. -MAN«.iHAl, Januarv I-j. I-Cll.iw iutt ih*1 announcement of 1;i Finance Mini-le: (Mr. SoouK) yesur day i but lii'ii-fiiii-tli thi- Customs dui.i would' In- pai-l on a »-il«| -basi*, the Nai. kin^ i;i-M-nimnit lodav issued a matj diite. -.iippoi-iii.g the proiibition oi s|K'-nl«li-i/i id local gold (iar». Tff lll.'l III I !t 1 I' I'.-!||In ' -1 Tll^. ?i-..n..« .:I.Q.--. »?£:?? in the prii-e of 'old and the dccliup i n .-ilvor lias {-re.it ly ;ilierle-| the eurrenc- (?i(na(i-pn. In i In- repii viucnt, of fore is . loans the (1o\ei nnif'in lia- suitaiuc. 1'env.v |ii-v,.s. Immediaie rplief me« mii--« :ne iieec.-cary. Henceforth i.w- ioni!- 'linies on imports will be i-alcn l«ted on a Cold hnsi*. «--'iniinencinj» oi' J'i l)lij;irv ).' The l-'innin-e Mini-trv and Custom' n.liiiini-i r;i1 ion have been instructed '' fiirmnldte me,;Mire.s accordingly. 1 h* 4'vr-Jui nyc situation jc improving dail.T -lie sterling f-tcliinjr l:i dollars 15 eeiil ;- yii iir-1 14 dollnrs 17 riM...

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LIBERAL PARTY. "SAVIOURS OF NATION." LONDON, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

LIBERAL PARTY. 'SAVIOURS OF NATION.' LONDON, lanuan -JO. IV.I.wiiif.' tlmi he did not let thc rim ii I ry down and was entitled to a t'air Ihmiiii^ ami ihat he Ivlieved ii Lord (!rey wcie lell Kliine he would r« v|ioii(| in hi~ ii|'peal not in discourag» i he l.ilicial I'iirty. Mr. l.l-iyd (ieoiBf ua\e his promicfd reply to Lord Orey ai. i\ unit net in .m iiii- i^iik-ihi v^iuii «ll wliiih Mi. K:t iii^.i \ Mui r presidpd. Mr. I.IumI Ccii|nt. said thp. l.ilipial »ci-- ikiI a win;; of the Governtnenl Hliieli cimlij l/e ll.ipjicil at its dp=ilP, hu I. an iiidepcii.leut ImkIv. The Prime Miui-i.r (Mr. Ma, -Ifcmald . . if he r-r- -ire-l hi'- lim ei iniieut, to eontinufi. miM 'el. oil' lii' liobliyhorse and understand the fiiiiiliiiiieutal wmkinjj of a democes lie Parliament. The Lilicial Party d l ri not (leuiaii.l a ilirtHtoivhip. I'ntil an hdiiiiurilile iiiiilcrsianiiiMg jirevailcda. thf Liberal* must net independently, .judjC in^r all -|iiestions (iu iheir merits and voi iny hfiuinal th...

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CURRENCY AND CREDIT THEORIES. III. CHALLENGING THE GOLD BASIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

CURRENCY AND CREDIT THEORIES. in. CHALLENGING THE GOLD BASIS. By ?' Pertinax.' It is the complaint of all of th-* ' modern alchemists ' whose currency and credit theories are at present uu ? der review that gold is the root of all evil in the present economic system. While Mr. Frank Anstey speaks ot the ' economic halo ' with which gold has been invested, Major Douglas scathingly refers to the ' gold standard fraud.' ''Gold.' savs Mr. Frank Lock, ** is the magic power which enables 7,7 J per cent of the population to draw 51.SG per cent of the net annual income or the Commonwealth of Australia.'? 'The dollar is ??* almighty,' ?_'? says Mr. W. K. Broka-w; ' besause it is the key that locks up natuial resources.' 'In epite of reason/' state L. T. and I. Watson in their introduction to ' The New Frankenstein,' ' we tremble at the idea of offending the bankers' god ' — gold, which they recommend should be thrown overboard* likd the Sacred Chickens, jn the Roman stcry, when they refused ...

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Motor Notes A COMPARISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

iMeforNotes I (Conducted by ' Radiator. ') ; A COMPARISON. In comparing the. price of everything before the war and now, how many or us realise or appreciate the remarkable face that motor cars are far cheaper to-day than ever' they were before if To quote the fige ' of 1014, when living was half the price it is how, we are per lianK nnfc tn foree.t that; when it comes to cars, we are infinitely better oil to-day. Cars of ' between 12 and lo horse power, the car which has for many years represented the needs of the aver age motorist in this country, and which cost between £350 and £550 in 1914, were good, solid,, reliable machine?) generally good for 25,000 miles steady work without the need for overhaul ; they had excellent coachwork j they could do about 45 miles an hour on the level, climb any gradient (at their own pace) and put up a steady average speed of twenty t0 twenty-five miles an hour. Motorists were very proud of these olci cars, and with justice. They .wore a great adv...

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

VCDDIIAil ^ roEAL H0LIDAY RES0RT- m-s^oB. I rfr 111 III 'THE MECCA OF THE HOLIDAY MAKER.' iteh, b-d-. . ' . | Im I ? \J %J MM - ~ n News Agency, Groceries, Fancy Goods. - ^ ? ? ? '' ? »y ^0B. UWjrer. (Late Ocean View Cafe.) '& -»»BVft I TWENTY-EIGHT miles from Rockhampton by a splendid road, tucked away ? 'Phone 32. ? S BROWN S CASH AND CARRr 1 under the sheltor of the Keppel Islands, lies this progressive township of ? n| CTARF lt-00 inhabitants. Four hotels, refreshment cafes, and boarding houses cater E. WILSON'S nt for the tourists and visitors. 4__ BftV.. 3 Opp. Railway Station, Yeppoon. VEPPOON is a favourite of nature — sea, sand, and sun at their superlative CAFE ROYAL, St. For Cheap Groceries, fte. * best« a playground of the gods-here. then, is a perfect epot for your holiday. (Near Beach.) H _ . _r . . , The seventeen-mile beach of hard sand will one day become the Daytooa of M Registered Coiuiawsion Agents. Australia. At low tide there is sufficient room for twen...

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

ISISFORD COUNCIL. The month I;- meeting of the 1 si; for' Shire Council was held oil the 7tii W stanl. There were jiresunt— Crs, Moor* (chairman), Morris, Curtis, BigncJl and iJehnu. A|iologies were received from L'r«. Honderson an 1 Boyd. The Cliairinan siibmitted a report in which he dealt exhaufclivi'lv with tlr- work done during the year. The drougiil which had been with tlieui for five years still 'continue! and this had naturallv influenced the Council's activities. Th ' year started' with an overdraft of £4S ' 1-is. 2Jd. and ended with one of £080 -? lid. Against, this claims liad been lodged with the Main Uotuls Board ?'''' £M7 4s. for work carried out. In ti' year £13211 12a. Id. had been spent on roads, £170 7s. 7d. un winduiills am wells, and £9S !)s. Id. on street mam tenance and £292 3s. 2d. on road plant .Strict economy had been exercised. Tfc report slated in detail what had bcui done. He expressed appreciation uf th--' Ugsixiam-i! reiidcrcd by :nc:iubers. The re port...

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

MARKET RFP0RTS. j IUAAI Messrs. FENWICK & CO., SalesmenJ yy \ _J\ Jl m Edward St., Brisbane, report under* date 17th January, 1930:— WOOL.— j The fourth series of the Brisbane, £-cn.d youv oonsignmenls lo KENW1CK* AND CO.; EDWARD- wool sales will take place on, the 5TREE1, BRISBANE, and tfcey will be piotccled to tull market 20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd January, value. Liberal advances ir requited. Wool is shown at Bulimba under | when 50,000 bales will be offered, the bcsl conditions. | we are: submitting our catalogue on tha 20th. MARSUPIAL SKINS— Sale . ????I . held 14th January. Market un . changed. Quotations : — Grey Kan n A rn r*m*^j~%Tr garoos from 1/- to 3/6; Red Kan I*1 A 1 SIllCIC Karoos 1/- to 3/-; Wallaroos 1/- to I JTk I KJ M. \^%^Mr%. --. 2/.. whiptails 1/- to 2/-; Scuub L-rvvt/irir amiV rr* . m i . ? I Wallabies. Ordinary 9d. to 2/-; AU slock sent lo r-ENWICK AND CO., at Newmarket, receive Swamp WalIabies 9d. to 1/6 . Coast careful attention. rENwICK AND CO. hav...

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

S L^i i I ? 3 '' ' '''ls^nST* 'T^MsT^WiSI^W^^ ? fly II M ^^L ' ?' ;Bi!H8i5 I ^*?c*r ^a&nijfipte, fpr? the Schooldays &re quite handy and mothers 2 g ^^fci^^Ji^^B^^^-^r^^HK |' will -be w*hia!hj£^ *- 4 ? ^^p^SSBS^^^^i^^Bl^^^/ Opening Day. Lucas' here offer Sensational Saving* oil , Childreii!s ? | ? - — ? '??''?'-?,;.?,;?-.!.,? ' , y '[?^''?'^/?P.§T-\y'-f- {? ?::.'.'?-'.::'??? :' :V'V'-71;''.'. J/'''':-'-' :. ' ;;7:'; '.' '...-:- M ? . QPFPlAl ; r* 14 I I r% fe'lf 1\I » Q ' ' ???-.-.? , * .?-; .'??-.??? ?.??.?' ?? -.: .''.-? .'-M] S |\\V_I\ REDUCTIONS SCHOOL flME&SES '' ^g^-rifrjfefe:;:; ??.;? -..'- .y % .w-'j ? ^^^^B'T^^IB'MHFt?? Ready - Mfide oftLDttjftro ;;i#k^&^RO€iis, ' ? ? /. '}r ? '^^^f?'? ?-::.- '. ;:' Tn '??? '?'?'?? 9 i^^^K^Svm^tKlr^y SHEETS. i^*J!wfc-v^'im.' UBuWiy : : ?/- I fln ?-.' ? ?-- ?--.'-? . ?,-;— .—- ,- -:.-.7^-1i— ::» ?SS^^flKiVyKC^k 3/3- SA^ ws*^ .'.. - ; ? ? ; / / ? fW ' ; ladies': . hose v j^^^aKll^l^P ? ,.-.. w^^g^^ ? *? ;;vfe'/...

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