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COTTON MANUFACTURES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

COTTON MANUFACTURES. ROCKHAMPTON, Jauuarv 25. Messrs. W. E. Carter and O. Daniel, MM.L.A., have received the following letter from the Premier (Hon. A. E. Moore): — 'In the attached communica tion which I have sent to all members representing country districts I have set out certain information relative to I the action taken towards the establish'! ment of cotton manufacturing in Queensland. 1 suggest that you con fer with other Central members as to the best methods of submitting the opinion contained therein to the meet ing which it is proposed to hold shortly in Rockhampton under the aubuices of , the City Council and the Chamber of j Commerce to discuss this matter. 1 will appreciate the assistance of any authoritative body, but it is no use working at cross purposes. 1 suggest mat xne meeting ret erred to appoint a committee of three lo discuss the whoJe matter with me. I would then be pre pared to furnish them with other in formation uf a confidential nature, which, I think, w...

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METAL MARKET. SYDNEY, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

METAL MABKE'l. SYDNEY. January 22. The following . are the London metal (middle) quotations for yesterday: Copper— Standard, spot, £71 18s. Gd. per ton; forward, £68 13s. 9d.; elec trolytic, £83 5«. to £83 IBs. per ton; wire bars, £83 15s.; best selected, £77 2s. 0d: Lead— Soft, spot, £21 10s. per^ ton; forward, £21 11b. 3d. Spelter— Spot, £19 12s. 6d. per ton; forward, £20 5s. Tin— Spot, *17Z Qs. 3O. per wra; xor ward, £175 7s. 3d. Silver— Standard, spot, Is. 9tt. per oz., forward,, Is. 8Jd.; fine, spot, Is. 10 ll/16d., for., 1b. lOd. 7/16d. American electrolytic copper la quoted at 18 cents per lb.

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SOUTHERN MARKETS. BRISBANE, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

SOUTHERN MARKETS. BRISBANE, January 22. Latest prices : — Bananas — Cavendish, *d. to 9 id. per dozen, ladies' fingers 2 5/8d. to £-d., sugars lid. to 5Jd. Pineapples — Smooth 10s. to 12s. per case, Ripley Queens 4s. to 7s. per case. Lemons — Local 5s. to 8s. per case. Beans — Young and fresh 8s. to 10s. per bag, small bags 5s. to 7s. Peas— Well filled bags 8s. to lie., discoloured 3s. to 5s. Tomatoes— Local, coloured, choice 8s. to 10s. ; ripe 4s. to 8s. per case. BRISBANE, January 26. Latest prices : — Bananas— Cavendish id. to 8£d. pe* doz., ladies' fingers Id. to 8d., sugars 3d. to 73d. Pines — Smooth 7s. to 10s. per case, Ripleys 4s. to 8s. Lemons — Local 6s. to 8s, Tomatoes — Local, coloured, choice 3s. to 7s. ; ripe i's.1 Cd. to 4s. per case. Beans— Young and fresh 7b. to 10s. per bag, sniuil bags 3s. to 5s. Peas, well filled bags 3s. to He.; dis coloured 4s. to 0s. The Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing, Market Reports : — Adelaide (bv wide 23rd instant)— The A.B.M. a...

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MONETARY. BRISBANE, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

MONETARY. BRISBANE, January 22. The following sales were made on the Stock Exchange to-day:— Commonwealth bonds, 5| per cenl. 1033, £99 16s. 3d.; 6i per cent, 1936. £96 5b.; 0J per cent, 1943, £98 5s.; 5} per cent, 1036, £98 12s. 6d. Anthony Hordcrn, ord., 21s. 6d. Peters* Arctic Delicacy, paid to 15s., 20s. United Metals, orl, 8s. 9d. Castleinaine-Pcrkins 19s. Perkins, 11s. Cd. Queensland Deposit, paid* to 5s., 8s. 3d. ? a Tin- nnhb o?c an Zinc Corporation, ord., for., 30s. 9d. Latest quotations:1 — Bawra, b Is. 4d.-, s Is. Cd. Mt. lsa, b 26*. Australian Roma, No. 1, b 2s, *K1., ?? Queenlsand Roma Oil, b Is. 6d., s 2s. 8d. Roma Cornwall Dome, paid up, b Is. Roma Mooga, paid to 2s. 6d., b 3d. Roma Norths, paid to 2s., b Ss., s Is. R.O.C.L., b 18s. 6d., s 20s.; Block 17, paid to 5s. 4d., b 6d, s Od. Goldsbroughs, s 3 ls.; for. del., b 20s. Q.M.E., b 6s. 3d., s 7s. 9d. Queensland bonds, 6J per cent, b £100; 5} per cent, b £100 10s. ; 6} per cent, b £100- 10s. . Commonwealth bonds, 6 p...

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ENOGGERA SALES. BRISBANE, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

ENOGGERA SALES. BRISBANE, January 23. At the Euoggera fat stock sales to day, 13,000 eheep— far too many for trade requirements— were penned. The quality was only fair. The market opened much easier and continued so throughout, values declining consider ably. Best mutton brought 2£d. to 3d. per lb. and odd pens 3*d. Plain mutton sold at 2Jd. Fourteen hundred cattle of fair quality were yarded. Prime bullocks wer-; scarce. The market was firmer. Best bullock and cow beef was generally 38s. to 40s. per 100 lbs., a few pens of bullocks being higher. Values were very irregular for plain and inferior animals. SHEEP. The following are agent*', reports df sales made: — Australian Estates : — On account Anderson and Anderson, Lindenow, Jimbour, 180 shorn merino wethers averaging Ids. ; account Wcribone Ltd., Bon Accord. North Dalby, 175 March shorn merino wethers averaging 14s. 3d. ; account Harrow Ltd., Har row, Cambooya, 359 short woolled mer ino wethers averaging 13s. lid. ; ac count Mac...

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PRODUCE. LONDON, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

PRODUCE. LONDON, January 22. The tallow sales were not held owing to the Email supplies. It is not likely that they will be resumed before Feb ruary 5th. BRISBANE, January 22. Lucerne chaff was in light supply at Roma-street to-dav. and for orime loalv lines values firmed. Sales were made at 8s. 6d. to 7s 3d. New South Wales oaten chaff continued in light silpply. An offer of 9s. was refused for a line of Wagga feed, while 8s. 3d. was de clined for New Knirland material. Mori. ium grade local oaten chaff was held * at 7s. 6d. Wheater hay chaff was on the market and oue line was sold at Gs. 6d. A line of mixed chaff was sold at 6s. 3d. and a good green lucerne chaff realised (is. lOd. The market was agait bare of potatoes. A line of new season t- white sweet potatoes was sold at 8s. 4d. Onions realised 7s. lOd. and 7s. 6d. Pumpkins were in good supply, but the demand was not keen, and low rates ruled for green 6orts. Sales were made at 4s. Cd. to 2s. 8d. An offer of 6s. 3d. was refus...

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CITY MARKETS. ROCKHAMPTON, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

QITY MARKETS. ROCKHAMPTON, January 27. I The following were the prices at the City markets on Saturday: — Pork lOd. and 1b., do corned 10d., pork chops ls« pig's heads 4d. lb., pig's fry 4d. each, veal Sd., 7d., and 8d. per lb., vcul cutlet 8d., calves' ebins 8d., do tails 8d., do kidneys 3d., do tongues Is. 6d. each, veal sausages 7d. per lb., calves' heels 6d. each, butter Is. lOd. ner 3b.. sSe« Is. Od. per dozen, pumpkins 2d. per lb., mangoes 18 for Is., pineapples 2d.. 3d. and 4d. each, radishes 3d. per bunch, carrot* 3d., beetroot 4d7 parsley and

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LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. The following are the retail prieu ruling for produce in Rockhampton to day (Wednesday):— Flour, per 150 lb. bag, 29/6. Flour, per 100 lb. bag, SO/6. Flour, per 50 lb. bag, 10/6. Flour, pej 25 lb. be*, 6/fi. Sugar, per 70 lb. bag, 20/6. Kerosene, per tin 7/3. Benzine, per tin, 9/7. Potatoes, per cwt., 19/6. 1 Pumpkins, per lb., 2d. , ?, ??? Sweet Potatoes, per cwt., 16/6. ; Onions, per lb., 2d. Wheat, per bushel, 7/11. \ Maize, crushed, bus., 2/7. Maize, whole, bus. 7/3. Bran, per bush., 2/7. Pollard, per bush,- 2/11.

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THE A.N.A. ANNUAL SMOKE SOCIAL. ROCKHAMPTON, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE A.N.A. ANNUAL SMOKE SOCIAL. ' SOCKHAMPTON. January 25. The annual tmokt social of the A.XA. went off very happily last night at the Criterion Hotel There wa» no jarring elument in the »pe«che« on this occasion and proi.-eedings went with a swing. Mutical items, th.* choruses of whkb were taken up by the gathering, wer* rendered by local artist*. The results of thr judging of the display of Australian-made goods were made known. The Pretid^nt of the Kockhainpton Branch (Mr. H. 0. Challman) was in the chiir. The first toast, was 'The King,' and that disposed of the toast list, with, speeches cut to a minimum, was run through expeditioualy. The Chairman in proposing 'The Day We Celebrate,' dealt with the aims and objects of the Association and ap pealed to his hearers to keep tne names of the great, Australian discoverers and pioneers evergreen. He outlined the great future. bcfor« this, the youngest of the world's commonwealUs. Mr. M- .). Kelly, supporting the Pre sident's remarks...

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Motor Notes BRAKES AND OTHER MATTERS [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

M^orNofesI (Conducted by ' Radiator. ') 5RAKES AND OTHER MATTERS There js considerable diversity of Ibpiniojj among jnany motorists as to u-hicb is the best way tq adjust brakes. JIany well-known manufacturers con' tider that the brakes should come on on the rear wheels first, whereas others suggest the front wheels. . There U the point that if they come on the rear wheels first on a wet road and locking becurg, you will find that a rear-wheel evia can. be easily corrected, wnereas when applied to the front wheels first, and a ekid occurs, this is much wore . difficult te correct. A point to reniem* hey, of course, is that front.vjjeel skids --»jp faet any form of tkid — is much less frequently experienced now thaji tcas the case a few years ago, owing; greatly to the modern tyre. In the ca*p of slightly early application of the rear-wheel brakes it must be lemem fcered. Bi.ucb of the load is thrown on Jthe front of the car. Tbft modern motor car ig such a cow fortable 'conveyance t...

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

BACKACHE IS A WARNING PEOPLE SHOULD NOT NEGLECT THEIR KIDNEYS. Backache is often nature's most fre quent Signal of weakened kidneys. To cure the pains and aches, to remove the lameness when it arises from weak ened kidneys, you must reach the cause —the kidneys. If you have pam through the- small of your back, urm ary disorders, headaches, dizzy epchs, or are nervous and iVprcsswl, start ti eating the kidneys with a t°:4ea kid ney remedy- Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills have been proved good, and are especially for weak and disordered kidneys. Doan's have been used in kidney trouble for years. Read thw testimony : — Mrs. P. S. Roebuck, Toolooa- street, Gladstone, says: 'My husband is^ a great believer in Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills. Some three years ago lie took a course of these pills for disor dered kidneys, and they cured him. Previous to this he suffered terribly with his back, and when he stooped the pain was almost unbearable. This came against him a good deal at his work, as ...

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AMBULANCE CASES. A BUSY WEEK-END. ROCKHAMPTON, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

AMBULANCE CASES. A BUSY WEEK-END, ROCKHAMPTON, January 27. The Ambulance had a very busy weekend. In .addition to innumerable transport cases, requiring trips to the country over roads deep in mud and slush, a number of cases occurred whicG required first aid. On Saturday a miner at Hartley, Ro bert M'Mahon, woe bitten by a red backed spider. He received attention from the Ambulance bearer there and was Drought to ltocknatuptou by train, arriving here yesterday morning. A local Ambulance car conveyed him to the General Hospital, where he is pro gressing favourably. On Saturday night a young feHff-» named Offord, residing at North Koclc hampton, fell oil his motor bicycle whea riding along the Yaamba-road. He was treated for cuts and abrasions. George HaUett, a resident of Ealka, was going home along the Lake's Creek road late on Saturday night and it is stated he was hit by a motor cyclist. He received attention from the Ambu lance. It is thought his right thigo is fractured. Yester...

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TEREDO OR "COBRA." DESTRUCTIVE AGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

TEREDO OR ' COBRA.' DESTRUCTIVE AGENT. A marine boring animal that causes considerable destruction of wharves and wooden vessels is the teredo, more familiarly known as 'cobra'; but why 'cobra' was applied — it is the same as that given to a snake, which gives rise to no small amount of con fusion to the ordinary layman— is not apparent. The teredo bears no rela tionship to me reptile oi tnat name, either in size or' habits, except that it is somewhat snake-like in shape. Reports of the Rockhampton Board periodically draw attention to the de predations of this borer, aud the object THE TEREDO OR 'COBRA.' In the illustration the anterior or inner end, with the valves of the shell, is on the right, and the. fleshy foot is seen in the notch of the shell-valve. At the left extremity are the two sip hons, and when extended a current of water is constantly passing through them, entering by the longer and leav ing by the shorter siphon. The valves have a peculiar and characteristic shape, ...

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

When a Chinese girl pets uiurriel. her attendants are always tin: oldes* and ugliest women iu the neighbuur hood. Film Clouds Teeth You must remove it It's been found that dingy teeth comes simply from a film that forms on teeth. A stubborn film old-type dentifrices did not successfully clear off. Thai's why brushing fails you. Run your tongue across your teeth and you can feel that film now— a sort of slip pery coating. Beneath it are the white teeth you envy. It keeps your smile unattractive because it absorbs discolourations from food, smoking, etc. Now, in a new-type dentifrice called Pepsodent, a scientific combatant has been found. Leading dentists widely urge- it Works wonders on dingy teeth. 2016 NOTICE TO TEAMSTERS AND OTHERS. rare prepared to take HARDWOOD LOG TIMBER for Milling purposes in any quantities at our Sawmills, Lion Creek-road. (Alton Downs Line). HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. For full particulars, apply at our Mill, back of Show Grounds. 'Phone S60. H. A. uKYRJNG &...

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

VARIOUS OBSERVATIONS (By The Man On The Corner.) Dr. Peltzer, the great German middle [ distance runner, whose arrival in, Aus- 1 Iralia was hailed as another embassy ' of peace, aud who was taken to the hearts of society, which dearly loves ' a distinguished foreigner, recently handed out some of the nousence expect i?d of him by his hero worshippers. He taid at Hawkesbury College, 'Sport is the best way to get friendship between nations,' and probably the platitude was Pcltzer was hooted off the ground in Sydney because, in the opinion of the crowd, he showed pour sportsmanship and a 'win, tie or wrangle' spirit. The crowd apparently was not altogether in the wrong, for a responsible member ? if the New .South Wales Athletic Union fold the press that Peltzer was a most ?lillicult subject to handle and related instances where Peltzer's unmanuerli ness or lack of consideration for his ho&ts had caused many uncomfortable situations. There is too much nonsense talked about the...

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FARM AND FIELD. SHOW DATES. FOR 1930. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

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

CENTRAL QUEENSLAND WOODWORKING FACTORY, ROCKHAMPTON. DOORS. SASHES AND FRENCHUGH.TS. ARCHITRAVES AND MOULDINGS IN VARIETY. VENETIAN AND LOUVRE SHUTTERS. SCROLL AND FRET WORK TO ANY DESIGN. TURNERY OP *LL KINDS. URGE STOCKS OF PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GLASS. SHEEP HURDLES AND WOOL TABLES. QUOTATIONS ON APPLICATION. W. A. LAWSON, 'PHONE 120. . BOX 110. STURDY m31$r' FOOTWEAR s^|jM(M SCHOOLWEAR. -S« -*/ THE MAXIMUM STRENGTH, COMBINED WITH MINIMUM WEIGHT, AEE OUTSTANDING FEATURES OF OUR CHILDREN'S FOTTWEAR. CHILDREN'S VELDT SOLE SHOES, in Pat. 7 Bar, Sandah and Der by Lace. Sizes 7 to 10, 8/6; 11 to 1, 8/11. TAN SANDALS, Crepe Soles, sizes 7 to 10, 9/11; Bize 11 to 1, 11/6. PATENT CREPE VELDT 1 BAR or LACE, size 7 to 10, 10/6; 11 to 1, 11/fi. PATENT i BAR SHOES, stout sewn soles, size 7 to 10, 8/6; 11 to 1, 9/11. CHILD'S TAN SANDALS, Mineral or Leather Soles, eize 7 to 10, 6/6; 11 to 1, 6/11. BOYS' & YOUTHS' BOX CALF, TAN CALF, and PATENT DERBY LACE SHOES, size 7 to 10, 12/6; 11 to ...

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

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

Why suffer with Skin Troubles WHEN Cuticura Ointment, because of its absolute purity, and antiseptic and healing'properties, in combination with Cuticura Soap is unsurpassed in the treatment of pimples, eczemas, rashes, irritations and all forms of skin troubles. Ointment Is. and 2s. Soap Is. Talcum Is. 3d. ?' Simple each free. O* Addrtn : R.Towns & Co., Sydney, N. S. W.

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

MAKE TH!S FAMILY COUGH REMEDY. COSTS 2/-, AND SAVES £'». I A two-shilling bottle of concentrated SEENZO, when added to ?wwUaW water, makes a family supply, J-QWA^ to eight ordinary-sized bottles '(apftutt £l's worth) of the best reaay-mad£top remedies money cau buy, for baQUUQg coughs, colds croup, bronchitis, in|lu*»ia and whooping cough. _ HEEN20 is equally good fox young or old, and d6ea NOT contain any poison*; therefore it can Be given to' evta the younJiiBtJ baby without upiettittf th» dit*lfi6n. ... : ,.^,- -i.^,,t/| V lisiw te vrtry ho»6. - Custard As economical as it is delightful. Nourishing and health - giving. FOSTER CLARK'S CUSTARD is § affording pleasure and satisfaction on thousands of Australian tables. ? No trouble to make — ^ always tempting even to jaded appetites — it is a meal in .itself. Insist on Foster Clark's and take no substitute, i».»

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