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GRAZING INDUSTRY. PROPOSED ORGANISATION. BRISBANE, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

GRAZING INDUSTRY. PROPOSED ORGANISATION. BRISBANE, January 22. The Premier (Mr. Moore) explained to-day that the Bill drafted to promote the organisation of the Queensland graz ing industry had been prepared by the United Graziers' Association flJid had been submitted . to the Government which, however, had not yet adopted it. The Government had suggested the i Delusion of certain DrovisionB. and this was done by the drafters of the Bill. He had been informed that it was the intention of the Association to sub mit a draft of the Bill to the graziers in the various districts with a view to its being accepted by th-an before the Government is finally asked to bring it forward as a measure of Parliament.

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"BIG BROTHER DAN." [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

? BIG BROTHER DAN.' .(Written by Violet Brown, Moonniera.) ' Oh, Mum I Come quick and ?hut the doors and windows, for there's a- black- fellow comin™ down the road.' (Doris nas very frightened of- blr.ckfellowe and swagsnen). 'Oh, Doris, what uver's the matter?' I said , Mrs. Fallow, running from tier j work that she was doing. She. Tan to the door and opened' it (for. Doris had begun shutting the doors and' .windows) and saw to her delirM that her son, Dan, was coming- ? ? ? Mrs. Farlow was'expectiiis Dan (who hadn't 'been home -for ' three years) to come home one day through fhe week She knew it was Dan,- but she didiri tell Doris. She Svent back to her work and had it finished by the time Dnf was nearly to their house- She go', Doris and went to meet Dan (rou can guess how excited they, were to (fiv. each other). Doris said, 'Mum.' who is that man!' Dan answered ' Don't you know you; big brother, Dorrie?' Doris had of-,en been told that Dan was comiiij! hutnf op.? ilay. They 'wen...

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NEW ARBITRATION ACT. APPOINTMENTS ANNOUNCED. BRISBANE, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

NEW ARBITRATION ACT. APPOINTMENTS ANNOUNCED. BRISBANE. January 23. The Industrial Conciliation and Arbi tration Act, passed by Parliament last session, was brought into operation to day by proclamation. Later the Minister for Labour and Industry, Mr. Sizcr, 6aid that the regula tions uuder the Act had been approved and that the following appointments: had been made: — Justice Webb, as Judge of the Indus trial Court. Messrs. \V. J. Dunstan and T. A. Kerrv as Conciliation Commissioners under the Act for a period from January 23rd. 1930, to October 26th, 1U32. Mr. Kerry was also appointed Com missioner for Prices under the Profiteer ing Prevention Act; Mr. P. J. Wallace is registrar under the new Act. Mr. K. . H. Lindsay, secretary to the Commissioner for Prices and Inspector under the Profiteering Prevention Act, is now also Deputy Commissioner of Prices. The Minister also announced that industrial magistrates under the re pealed Industrial Arbitration Act have been appointed industri...

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LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

LETTERS. Ivy *rederickB«p, Kslepe- writes; — Will. -you please enrol- me ae one of jour iousin* T . t often read thf Girls riuh tmA T 1lfc# It rerjr. milcn. I am fourteen years of age, Cousiu, and my birthday is on 29th :-f Novem ber. There is n big storm blowing ard 1 think we v.ilj get/ it. I do not lile storms. Do you, Cousitj Hui\a You. -eonr to have- a good few ch-IJieii in your -Club, Cousin. CciMn Kuth. do you-tp.ve, io 'gel1 one hijnaiiNj poitiU bp£')!ce.you get a'- book, i'icaip. te!! me. (I am |)it?nsed you like -y-t-jr Club. Ivy, and we are giad to have you as** cousin. As a rulu no more Uihii .')0 «/ 6.0. points are neaded to pain a book', but it depends en- the -price of the book you wnuld like. Voii can s«nd in the nanii; of a book you would like to read, and ^arn it's ;,|-ico j,, points (10 |)oints rep ' NAILING U' THK LREEPEK. (Drawn by Miliiernt Ivftt. No of points 7-i resent Is,) or you ran allow me, to rhoosn one for you when you have gamed ,'X) points. j Mary Sue...

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STORIES. A STORM AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

STORIES. A STORM AT SEA. (Written by Lorna M'Cabe). When the passenger ship ' Oronto ?' left England en route for Australia the passengers settled down to tjnjoy a peaceful voyage. The day was beauti fully calm and the ship made her way . THT V4TL1|, I-' AIRi'S TOILET. (Drawn hy Eileen Rose!.' No. nf points (?.)' : with ease through the water which rose an3 f-ell laeily, yet the Captain glanced uneasily at a dark line that spread across the horizon. He feared a storm and he knew that the dark clouds- whirl* j were slowly creeping over the sky wer» I a sure sign of trouble. I The sky was overclouded wjth . thv dense greenish tinted clouds that art feeen so often during a tropical thun derstorm. The wind was terrific. Until now -.here Ifhd been no rain, only an intense hea.t, and a tossing sat, uai at last straining ears were relieved1 b,» hearing the first welcome .drops. At they spattered on the .deck the wind gradually lessened in fury. These filet big drops 'were only a warning; t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

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Girls' Club [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

$0 QiM . ? My- Dear^Girls, ? '? . - T am very pleased, with the entries 1 have 50. far received for tlie new draw ing conipetitionj'and J hopfe that a great many more; of -you,. -will enter and try and win the, .nice prise, book. The com petition, is for the, drawing, of a human figure with the teaiuwes ? showing, tlie Ijgure l-o .be dotlied ;in modern garb, and to be:of aiiy. 'aig* that appeals to ««? ?*?' »-?*?.* »-^ .--j *»4«'j^ '? »n.u t.y uui jiauic ami address '(.'Icurly mi the back of tlie en try, and al«o the name of the book you would like should you prove the wirin?r of the competition. Drawings of the competition «!]' bo accepted in black ink only. If rejected drawing* are suitable thpy may afte/yarda lit1 used in the Club, ;ind' points gircf as usual What did vou all think of the raiu last week ? ] am sure it Mas enough l.o 6atisfy anyone. 1 do hope our friends in the far west benefited also. Lovp to all my girl cousins from COUSIN RUTH.

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SHEFFIELD SHIELD. RAIN DELAYS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

SHEFFIELD SHIELD. RAIN DELAYS MATCH. The Sheffield Shield match between Victoria and New South Wales com menced on Tuesday last, having been delayed for throe days through rain. The match ended in a draw. New South Wales had iirst use of the wicket and scored 330. New South Wales start ed disastrously, three wickets falling for 45. Bradinan and M'Cabe became aeerw-intm! mid f lit' Rfnrn imnrnved. Brudman lupseored with 77. AIIsopp hit hard for his 6.r-. Fairfax (64) did the best of the rest. The rate of scoring was fast, the 330 taking 266 minute?. Tim bowling was evenly dis tributed. Victoria started equally as bad as Xcw South Wales, two wickets falling for 43 when piny ceased. New South Wales — First Innings. Jackson, b a'ltackctt ..-,.. ..;?*+ 5 Andrewe, b Alexander ? 12 firadman. c Ellis, b Ironmonger - ._? ',1 Kippax. I) .Ironmonger ? -,-? 9 M'Cabe, i! Blackie. b a'Beckett „„ 29 AIIsopp, l.lj.w., li Blackic .. ..„.; fio Fairfax, -: R. Ellis b Hendry ,.-., 61 Chilvers, c Ellis,...

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THE SUFFERER. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE SUFFEUER. (A bit 'of evidence in verso from on 'What Women talk about.') ' There's pains and pains,' says Mrs. Higgs, * j 'But those T 'as is gouictJiin' erool— None of yer little shoots or digs, But dinkum overwhehnin' giool. 'I know the game from A to Z; I I'fl i riitL' roil a ciir-*\c i « « « ? aaK I . I've twice been .-riven up for dead. But been pulled through with digi- i tile. I ' There's Mrs. Maggs — a real old shrew — | Who ' suffers chronic ' with 'er ' 'back'*: | 'Yer back'! I says: 'What would ver do If you should 'ave a 'eart attack?'! ' Now my old man was pretty eroo!;, ! And died in awful agony; 'K *aid before 'c closed 'is book, That no one suffered worse than me. 'If bearin' pain wins 'eavenly gems, Then Mrs. Tgjrs 'as' paid the price! If aches is golden diadems, She's pretty jake for Paradise ! ' ' RICKY.'

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BASIC WAGE. BRISBANE, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

BASIC WAGE. BRISBANE. January 24. In acciiidunce with a s-tction of the Industrial Conciliation and Arbitra tion Act, which provides that it shall be the. duty nf the court, as 6oon as conveniently possible after the com mencement of Hie Act to make decla rations as to ba&ii.1 wage: and hours, t' '???'?? 'riiil Court has fixed February 17th as the day for holding an inquiry into fhese matter?. The basic wag1? case will be taken first.

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MUTTABURRA HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

MUTTABURRA HOSPITAL Tiie monthly meeting of the Hospital Committee was held on the 11th in stant. There vere present : — Messrs. P. C. Mayne (president), J. J. WaMi, ??? Dekney, T. Willoughby, J. Iioag. A. Findelator, H. Blake, and H. Watson', Dr Arratta, and (he secretary (Mr. Bran nelly). vised that h grant 'f £30 had been al ocalurl to tlw Hospital for the nurreut financial year ?nd -? elie-|iip for il'.i lia'S been forwardad as the first moiety. The grant was considered ilisHpno:iiUn-: in view of the low state of the tinance3. hut, neverthelt-ire, was very mudi ap preciated. A cheque for £-20 1«. fid. wns reicived from Mr. D. C. Crnmhie, Grernliillg. be in™ the annual collection taken up ar- Greciihills for the Hospital— A hearty ! vote of tliaukE wan, accorded to' Mr. Ciombie. | bister Swickwart, who will relinquien I lier position -tt thu Hospital shortly, up . plied for uionttury allowance in lieu °* I holidays and also half-yearly uniform allowance.— it was decided lo comply...

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STEALING CHARGE. BRISBANE, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

STEALING CHARGE. BRISBANE. Januarv 24. Douglas Holmes MacDairmid, S7, and Albert Voness, 39, commission agents, appeared in court to-day, charged with stealing £S55, the pro perty of George Glasgow and his wife, Alice Glasgow. The charge arose out of the sale of the Grand Hotel, Goomeri. Accused were remanded until Janu ary 31st. . .. - - .

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UTILISING BY-PRODUCTS. OF THE SUGAR INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

UTILISING BY-PRODUCTS. OF THE SUGAR INDUSTRY. If the claims put forward by the Minister for Mines in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland can be sub stantiated, th? time is at hand when, through the production ot power alcohol and its blejidinp with motor fuel, Aus tralia mav be able to materially reduru her importations of motor spirit. The Minister for Mines traced tho steps that had already been taken 1' this direction to convert the wast' molasses of tht sugar production pro cess into power alcohol, and outlined the subsequent arrangement with the Shell Company of Australia to blen.l the power alocr-ol so obtained witn motor spirit. A distillery was erected at Sarina, nea.* Mackay, (he fifth oi itb 1* 1*1*4 ??- 4-lm *fi-i.vlrl C/in 4lin TiT'ArlllfHU'ir rVlllU. J II LJIC HLM 1U| 1U1 llJU |;ivuuwn''' of 1,000,000 gallons of power alcohol per annum from the molass refuse ot the industry. If the present success ot this process continues, it is anticipaleJ that it will kad to tlie ...

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STOCK MARKET. ROCKHAMPTON SALES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

STOCK MARKET. ROCKHAMPTON SALES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 28. There were 181 cattle yarded and 240 fat wethers penned at the Rock hampton Agricultural Show Society's Sale yards yesterday. The sheep were on account of Mr. George Manton, Humberstonc, and were trucked at Cap ella. The cattle were mostly good trade to prime cows. There were no bullocks offering. There was a good at tendance of butchere, Gladstone, Mt. Morgan, Yeppoon and Carmila operated, besides our local men. Owing to the unsettled state of the weather and dan ger of cattle being held up by flood, th? butchers present operated keenly, co» I beef selling at 36s. per 100 lbs. and mut ton at 3£d. per Ib., plus skin value.. Agents report the following sales: — PRIMARY PRODUCERS. On account of- Mr. Geo. Martin, 260 short wool wethers, 44 at 13s. 6d., 44 ! at 13s. Gd., 34 at 12s. 0d., 44 at 12s. Cd., ' 20 at 12s. Cd., 10 at 12s. Cd., 22 at 12»-, {22 at, Us. 6d., 10 at 10s. 6d., and IU at 10s., averaging 12s. Id. - On account of...

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ASTRONOMICAL AND METEOROLOGICAL. TIDES FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

ASTRONOMICAL AND METEOROLOGICAL. TIDES FOR FEBRUARY. High water at l-ow water at Jiuckjiampton Sea Hill Calliope Crossing Boyne Crossing a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. 1 ? lUfi 1.1 10.31 10.40 4.1 !i.:!S 4.13 .'...-« ?- ? I.lfi I.-J7 Ht.57 11.16 .'i.S -UI .VI 7 U.-2I .1 ? 1.46 ]i.;V- 11.2.5 ll.flti ,i.4(t fi.40 .VoJ -i..V.i 4 ? -.2(\ l.U — 0.4 H.lit 7.KI ii.31 T.-'-i .- ? .I.e.') .t.'tl 0.55 1.1 7.7 7..Vi 7.1!) «..'? (! ? 4.34 4.37 2.4 2.7 fi.I2 fi 44 8.24 8.0H 7 ? 5.43 5.4.1 3.13 3.13 9.32 0.47 3.44 9.59 SPKCIAh NOTICE:— The times given for liockhainpton and Sea Hil? are the high water. Those given for Calliope and Boyne River Crossing arc the times of low water. 1930 FEBRUARY 1930 1930 MARCH 1930 Sun- Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu- Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. | ?!? 2 3 4 5 G 7 K 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 11 15 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 ]fi ]7 i8 ]9 20 21 22 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 o3 ,4 25 °6 °7 'S '9 23 24 25 26 27 28 , 30 31 First Quarter on 7th at 3.25 a.m. First Quarte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

WILLIAMS' LIMITED. FOR ALL , MUSICAL SUPPLIES. CARRY. FULL STOCKS OE ACCORDEONS. 'AGENTS FOR AEOLIAN PIANOLAS AND PIANOS. J^£^^^^2^^^z£j ^^R^HinB&SwaHMMll! ^III^^HflJ^^^H^HJ^^^^U Better Models, with 3 complete sets Harola Accordeons ^HHBHfH IHUM^nHH 4°^' 5°^' ^' 6^' ' ABE THE BEST IN THE WORLD i^^Bi^^^^HfwBl \ H^^^^^BHH^^H! I FOE BRILLIANCE OF TONE, j^HBj^S^^ ^^^^HI^^H^H^BI! — BUHP CABINET UPRIGHT GRAND. HIS MASTER'S VOICE Harola AccorAcon.. . ^^HP^^y^' Splendid Value. A Handsome Piece of GRAMOPHONES. , w_ , r... ?-._ Furniture, in Oak Finish. With 4 complete sets of Reeds. Harola Accordeon __ , , _,_, _ , * -__ Portables xl 1 Each set can b© played tnupm*. WILLIAMS' LIMITED, HARDWARE MERCHANTS — &— COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS, BOX 8. EAST-STREET ? ? ROCKHAMPTON. PHONE 507. I ? ^^^^ ^ _^ . -HWWN— W^~ — . ? ? ? ~ - . -? - ? - W

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FARMER STRANGLED. STRANGE CIRCUMSTANCES. CAIRNS, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

FARMER STRANGLED. STRANGE CIRCUMSTANCES. CAIRNS, January 24. A farmer named David Roberts, of Tolga, was found dead in peculiar cir cumstances on the road between Dan bull and Atherton. The body had a rope plough reins drawn tightly around the neck, and a horse was standing by, attached to the other end of the rope. It is believed that Roberts must have been riding one horse and leading anoth er and had dismounted. In remount ing he had evidently thrown the rope ova* his head to obtain the use of both hands. It is thought that the horse being led took fright, drawing the rope tightly round Roberta's' neck and strangling him.

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Poets' Corner A PHILOSOPHIC PHILOSOPHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

$«S Owl A PHILOSOPHIC PHILOSOPHER. ' Geoloin ' throws rhyme and metre to the winds and airs hi& grief : — Come, buw your heads in Eurruw with me, You scribes of Hush Philosophy. Poor man was made to mourn, Gone west are tJiu good old times U'linn 1'itii t.i'iirp'1 n nnf witli A nr .*l lines. We're now like poor Othello. Our occupa lion's gone. Just the other day 1 heard a bloke Kejoiciiig, say, 'The drought has broke/1 T could ha\e donged him one. \o thought had he of our poor mob Who'd just beeu jostled from their job. Theirs, like a bridegroom's troubles, j Have only just begun. Well, hats off to the good old 'Cap,' True friend to many a thirsty chap, To part from it was hard. But I'm not worrying my old grey! head, I'm taking up poetry instead. I'll borrow a rhyming dictionary An' be a bloomin* bard.

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FEMALE CHARGED. ALLEGED DEFICIENCY. BRISBANE, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

FEMALE CHARGED. ALLEGED DEFICIENCY. BRISBANE, January 25. Charged with stealing £921 7s. 3d. while employed by ' the Brisbane Sup plies Coy., Pauline Kulick, 21, appeared in the Police Court to-day. It was stated that the money in volved was the amount of a 'general de ficiency in respect of money which had come into her possession on account of the firm. Detective Stone said that the defen dant, when arrested and charged, made no reply. At the request of the police, defen dant was remanded until February 3rd. Bail of £300 and one surety of £300 was allowed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

? '^1 ~^T lS^j--iy .,...-?.. MAKES A BIGGER AND BETTER LOAF: 'COMMONWEALTH' FLOUR. Manufactured from Queensland's finest wheat, grown near Warwick and Stanthorpe. Used by Bakers and Confectioners because IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS. QUEENSLAND FLOUR SHOULD RECEIVE PREFERENCE. * ? ' QUALITY IS FIRST CONSIDERATION. ?? . ' ....... In 150^ 100?s, 50's, and 25 1b. Bags. \:k . ' ?- f- w_ ? ' ? ? ? ! | - . ?? * ? ' WALTER REID & CO. LTD., I Sole Agentr : — — ? 1 ? . ? * ? , ? ? ? f ? 'T°-\J '. '' ?-.-*- '.--? ? ? ! — ?'/'?.?''??.'?? ' ' ' ^ - I m\Q IrimfWr U^U^^Cll ! Tasty and wholesome a— — ** **^i— nrn ^yHHj^^A, on Ore aci axiu o ixt ter thomas ,^BJB I||mB»3B^Bb \^JMk ^T- J^^JMMa elements necessary o make children healthy, n^^B/wHBflH»\fl^iiiil ff^a^^HHr vigorous, and strong. It is a concentrated & , ' H^Hi MmW^^S^JI IHI^^^vC^H^WHR and balanced food, and the protein it contains ' 4^K^^m^mmiMB^^^^^ML^Bk builds up their rapidly growing bodies. ; \ ^SH WKtBBmm Bv YV^K^^w^» ^ *...

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