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THE WOOL GROWER. OFFER OF ASSISTANCE. ROCKHAMPTON, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE WOOL GROWER. OFFER OF ASSISTANCE. UOClvUAMPTON, Jauuary 23. The recent offer of the Govern ment to grant wool growers a re duction of 10 per cent on railway freight for the carriage of wool prompted the Chairman of the Harbour Board (Mr. J. A. Elwing) to refer to the matter of long haul age rates at the Harbour Hoard meeting yesterday, and he pointed out how this would operate un fairly regarding Rockhampton. Nevertheless, the Board unani mously expressed its pleasure at the assistance being given to the grower in the matter of this con cession, and indicated that it was also out to render help, when a motion was carried that the Board would reduce its dues by 10 per cent on condition that the ship ping companies extended a similar conression to the grower. The Chairman (Mr. J. A. Elwing I stated, mat vne unuea braziers Asso ciation had approached the Govern ment in respect to a reduction on the railage rates on wool, and the Govern ment offered a 10 per cent reduction, provided...

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ROUND THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

ROUND THE WORLD (By 'Cosmopolis/'X The Captain of a Dublin trailer bas been fined £100 and his ge-»r forfeited, because be fished within three miles ot he port of Stornoway in Scotland. The component parts of the British Isles are all separate entities for certain, pur poses. ? ? ? * ? There seems to be a very determined effort to get Mr. Lloyd' George but of the leadership of the Liberal Party in Great Britain. There is a tendency to blame Mr. Lloyd George for the fact that the party is on the point' of ex tinction. This is due to the circum stances of the time rather than to any shortcomings of the Welsh wizard. Two big slogans helped the Liberal Party for years — Home Rule and Disestablishment. The big industrial centres in England and Scotland are largely dominated by the votes of people of Irish birth or descent; these voted Liberal, because the Liberals were pledged to Home Rule. With the setting up of the Free State, the Home Rule question is out of the way. Probably the Iris...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

Members of the Mount Morgan Hosp ital Nursing Stafr.-Back Row: Nurs«6 Marconibc, SchoWeld. Matron Me Dougall, Nurses Carroll, Jobbllng, weaver. Second row: Hogbln, Campbell, M*ckint\on, Pottlt, O'Toole, Kemp. Front row: Wham, Baker, cavanag h, Creagh.

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

Film Clouds Teeth You must remove it It's been found that dingy teeth comes timply from a film that forms on teeth. A stubborn film old-type dentifrices did not successfully clear off. That's why brushing tails you. Run your tongue across your teeth and vou can feel that film now — a sort of slip pery coating. Beneath it are the white teeth you envy. 4};keeps your smile unattractive because H 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 W. T. D. SMITH, HIGH CLASS BAKER and PASTRY COOK. TOWti rAND COUNTRY, ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENOEti TO. Wedding: and Birthday Cakes Parties, Picnics, Socials, &c. Box Lots. A Specialty. Price on Application. c Railed C.O.D. 'Phone* ? / P.O. Box 298. 326 Archer-street, . . .

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THE CONSTITUTION. A.L.P. IDEAS. SYDNEY, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE CONSTITUTION. A.L.P. IDEAS. SYDNEY, January '26. At, the country provisional confer ence of the A.L.P. at Tamworth on Fri day a motion was carried 'That the Federal Government bo urged to expe dite the alteration of the Constitution, giving unlimited legislative powers to the Commonwealth and such delegated, powers to the States and provinces as the Commonwealth Parliament might determine.' The organising secretary (Mr. A. J. M'Phersonj declared that there must bour members in the past had ranged themselves on different sides. Mr. J. Stone declared that the prin ciple of Federation was accepted on the understanding that State Parlia ments should be abolished. Mr. J. T. Lang, Leader of the Stale Parliamentary Labour Party, said they opposed Mr. Bruco's proposals in the referendum because they were designed to give power to an oligarchy such as the High Court. Parliament was the only body that should decide the con ditions under which people should work. There was no Labour man wh...

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MR. BRUCE. ARRIVES IN ENGLAND. LONDON, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

MR. BRUCE. ARRIVES IN ENGLAND. LONDON, January 27. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce arrived after a holiday in France and were met by the High Commivisoner for Australia (Sir Qranville Ryrie) and Mr. Leitch. 'They caught you, but they can't catch me,' said Mr. Bruce to Mr. Lejtcli who left Australia on a holiday and was ap pointed Agent-General during the voy age. 'Once again I can say I am not en tering British politics,' stated Mr. Bruce, 'but t hope to re-enter the poli tical life of Australia. I am here on a holiday and business. I intend to to visit Cambridge and to see the 'Var sity boat race. The length of my it«.y yi England depends on events on the other side of the world.' Some interviewers point out that Mr. Bruce's hair is much gA:yer than when he was in London in 1026 and make in evitable reference to his spats, which, they declare, are as famous in Austra lia as Sir Austen Chamberlain's eye glass is in England.

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AVIATORS' DEATH. IN TUNIS. LONDON January 21 [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

AVIATORS' DEATH. « IN TUNIS. ., LONDON January 21 How Squadron Leader JonesWil liams and Flight Lieut. Jenkins met with a fatal disaster in Tunis, white attempting a record non-stop flight from England to Capetown, is the sub ject of the following statement by the Air Ministry: — Evidence gained by officials, who went out to Tunis to investigate, proves conclusively that there was no failun? of the engine or craft. It is also cer tain from the lop book, which has be?n recovered, that the aviators hHd kept exactly oji their course and knew their position. The cause of the disaster is believed to have been that, owing to some un explained circumstances, which may include the failure of the aneroid, the pilot had reason to think that liig monoplane whs several hundred feet higher than it in fact was. There were several local storms in the area where the machine crashed, and it is believed that the pilot only saw the hill at the last moment and, in endeavouring to clear it, the ma chine...

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IN STORMY SEAS. FEDERAL MINISTRY. SYDNEY, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

IN STORMY SEAS. FEDERAL MINISTRY. SYDNEY, Januarv M. It. appears that definite plans to at tempt to discipline the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) for his refusal to con sider the recommendations of the special A.L.P. conference on the coal problem have been arranged for Friday night'* meeting of tho Executive of the Party 01 her members of the Labour Party are likely to feel the lash of the Part.7 whip if the plan should succeed. The fact that Mr. Scullin baa definite ly told the Sydney Trades Hall that few would take notice of the recom mendations of the conference for a solu tion of the difficulty has aroused strong antagonism against the Prime Minister and those members of the Ministry who accorded him their support. Nothing will satisfy a section of the A.L.P. in this State but the resignation, not only of «.,ie Prime Minister but «'? the Treasurer (Mr. Theodore), who u said to have suffered in prestige ot late ; Ihe Minister for Health (Mr. Frank Anstey), who is believed to have ...

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TRYING ORDEAL. ALL NIGHT IN RAIN. COOROY, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

TRYING ORDEAL. ALL NIGHT IN RAIN. COOROY, January 23. Last night at 10 o clock, Charles Ryan, 50, a visitor from Sydney, wae proceeding to Tewantin when he tripped over a root of a tree and fell, frac turing his left leg. In spite of his cries for assistance he was not discovered until daylight. He remained in the pouring rain all night at the edge of Lake Doonclla and at one time the tidal waters reached him. The Ambulance rendered first aid and brought him to the Cooroy Hospital, little the worse for his experience.

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ANNIVERSARY DINNER. AUSTRALIA'S DIFFICULTIES. SYDNEY, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

ANNIVERSARY DINNER. AUSTRALIA'S DIFFICULTIES. SYDNEY, Jan'iarv '27. The Anniversary Day dinner, htU aboard the Maloja to-day, wan charac terised by some notable speeches. Lord Stonehaven said that the situa tion in Australia to-day was mui.li more difficult than five years ago, Lul Ai:t tralia's present difficulties were n* noth ing compared with those which Captain Phillip faced when he arrived in Syd ney 142 years ago. 'We have reached a stage,' eaii cue Governor-General, 'when personality, character, achievement and faith in the future are all qualities which we should cultivate. Discipline, courage, initia tive and enterprise are always needed.' Referring to his approaching depar ture, Lord Stonehaven said that the situation in Australia was much more difficult than five years ago. He added: 'Captain Phillip vas an optimist and I am an optimist too, my optimism its based on solid foundations.' The President of the Chamber ol Commerce (Mr. G. Parkes) deplored the lack of dignity ...

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ARBITRATION. TREATY DEFECTS REMOVED. LONDON, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

ARBITRATION. TREATY DEFECTS REMOVED. LONDON, January 28. Is the House of Commons to-day, the Secretary of State for Foreign Attain) (Mr. Henderson) moved a resolution authorising the Government to ratify the signature of the optional clause binding Britain to submit disputes to the permanent court of international justice at The Hague. Britain signed * on September 19th last. . Mr. Henderson said this was an im portant development of old treaties which Britain put into use before the war. These old treaties were agree ments between Governments, but experi ence showed that they had important limi tations. They all contained the old re servation relating to honour and vital interest, which reservation was subject t-» interpretation by each Government to suit itBjJi, and the result was that in a given case the Government could re fuse recourse to arbitration. The op tional clause removed all the. defects of the pre-war arbitration . system. 'We regard these changes,' said Mr. Henderson...

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EXPLORERS MEET. CANBERRA, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

EXPLORERS MEET. CANBERRA. Januarv 33. A wireless message from Sir Douglas Mawson tells of a dramatic meeting with the. Norwegian explorer, Captain Riiser Larsen, in the Antarctic. The two vessels came upon each other sud denly at the edge of the pack ice. Larsen boarded- the Discovery and he and Sir Douglas spent an hour exchang ing Tough outlines of their respective .— programmes. . Larsen and party were, heartily cheered as they rowed back to their ship, the Norvegia,

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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

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

Agent :— W. BRJCCKELS ft (X? LTD, Sscfcbitmptra »?*? Goldsbrough, Mort and Company, Limited. ' ? ROCKHAMl'TON ? WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGHNTS. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCKS nimlc on Ensuing Wool Clip and on or 'ill Station Prodnce and Securities. (!«ii*'pnmi»ntR, of .Wool, Sliw'|i Skin*. Matsupial Skins, Hides, Tallow, &c, irceivpd for sale in the Australian -? or London Markets. ? ? ail stock, station, financial, shipping and insurance business ti;ansacti;d. Proceeds held in Trust for Clients. Returns rendered with promptness. General Agents in Australia .or the WKSTKRN ASSUKANCR COM PANY Fire mid Marine I'alicim issued mid Claim? Settled on the spot. ' AGENTS FOP EDWARDS SHEEP DIPPING POWDER. HEAI1 OFFICE ? ...?... .. MKLBOURNK. * Brnnches: Sydney, Brisbane, Rockliamptnif. Adelaide, Perth and^ London, and 4(5 Country Ur.incheR throughout Australia. tangi-each Agency ? L. C. Woolridpe ami Co., Ltd. Local Office ? Quay-street, Rockhampton. ROW'S Noted Dispensary...

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

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

RADIO RADIATED (Bv AenaU The initial article on lliu A.L.jj-So receiver appeared last week, in *lliti course of which appeared the diagrau: of connections with key words repre senting the \arious uonipunenu, also the design of the instrument. It now remains to deal with, the general, tun ing and the operating aide of the article. ? LN&LKTINU TUL VALVLS. TSvti nf ull it tt'ill In* iiuMft^wM i'\r ivlion the wiring lias been completed, to in sert tktt'wlM's as follows: — The kUl ie held in the right ham! whilst the socket is held in Lite It'll, and the \nl\e ij then gently placed in position. The loo.^;1 lic.viblc leal from the top of the plate coil of Hit band pass tiller is I hen connected to the terminal on i lie lop of the valve. The Eilo i--- then inserted in the' ioc ket inside the bo\ scrci-n. and the 131-iu itt the G or L'X type socket nest to the audio transformer. A loose lluxibk' lead is then connected to the iiu&iliury jjnd connectiun, whirl) i?- tnuuiued mi...

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

J. H. Bennett & Sons, GENERAL ENGINEERS AND OXYACETYI£NE WELDERS. T\TACHlNERy REPAIRS of every *'- description. We are Expert Welder* la all work at reasonable coat. Coaslsteat with. arst-clasB workmanship. Con sult ue on anything, win coat you nothing. ';*.??? Send ue any broken part, wu) wt nil return same equal to sew. Hi netals, and will guarantee tm irmk. ! PALING'S ! \ FOR tj | Everything' Musical i Fibr 70 years we have been supply ing High grade musical instruments, and during that time we have built up a solid reputation for Quality* Fair Dealing, Value and Service. I Our satisfied customers are num | bered in tens of thousands, and the J name of Paling's is a household I word wherever- music is spoKen of. I Every instrument With this assurance | sold by us is g*uar»n- you can buy with I teed to «'iv« complete* confidence* content | satisfaction and. to that time and ox i be the best value perience will justify i obtainable* your choice. | You taKe no risKs when you...

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FARMERS' EXCHANGE COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

FARMERS' EXCHANGE COLUMN. In this column farmers may adver tise their requirements or commodities for sale for three consecutive is?i)i-» fre? oi charge. FOR SALE. One pedimee lerspy bull cali. 6 weoK* old. Whole colour. Registered on «-;slt roll.- rarticiilars from j. H. Kaipn '? l.owana ' Jersey Stud, .lambin. (»ood inilkinp Shorthorn cows, £S per head. Apply H. Ebelt. Milnmn, Na Line. Klephant tnu**, 3s. (id. 100 ar.d ios. per |00(l cut (in?*. K.O.I!. Milmnii. fa-li with order. V. Grilluicier, Milman, N.V/ Lino. I'.etUhiifl-T.diiwortli ln-ood cows. '* months, particiihirs from I*. XI. perrj Vnrwun.

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THE MAILS. ENGLISH INWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE MAILS. , . IT. ' ?'- ' EXGLTSI1 INWARD. Dated Due London Bri.sban* AMERICAN INWARD. Due Dated Brisbane ENGLISH OUTWARD. ' , Close Due Bri«hiuic London Orsova .... .. .. 3/2/30 R AS/30 *Orsova , . . i . ... 6/2/30 8/3/30 * — Forwarded l-v air mail Adclnido to Perth. AMERICAN 'OUTWARD. Close Due Brisbane Niagara (\ an.) .. .1/2/30 2SAVi«'

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