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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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AN AERO CLUB. FOR ROCKHAMPTON. ROCKHAMPTON, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

AN AERO CLUB. FOR ROCKHAMPTON. EOCKHAMPTOy. .lanuarr 24 At a well aUcndcrl meeting idat night, the preliminary arrangement fcr ths formation of an Aero Cluo in tocWhamp ton were finalispd. Mr. T. T. MLu'.^hl'ii pjotidwl o'^J' a good a-ttendanee, including Messrs. Hr.roJd FrH.it-r arid J. Donovan, pilots. Mr. Fraaer informed the nuu.tbg th.i! he had been in communication wub ths Deputy Couti'CilLr of Civ:i Ariacion, ant! jie naa reeeiveu iuu pa. n. ?mars a.s i-- the bonuses paid for ta-j pupil £iiJ the conditions of training. lt wae stated thai, a'u'i-it C'-'J would be required in in-urjjicT '.n the 'plane, and the i'ljp. would be ij IDs. per hour {?/I1 firiu,: instvuetiju. The names of a unmet r of projpor tivfi meij'-.beis wv.re. tascn. a;ii). any who wish i.o ioin iIip -:luh ma;.1 (.ouiuii.nicats with Messrs. T. T. M'La'ughliu and J. F. Hobler.

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THE SOVIET WAY. WHITE CRUSADERS' FATE. RIGA January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE SOVIET WAY. WHITE CRUSADERS' FATE. ?RTftA .Toniiprtr 9.1 The Soviet rejected the appeals of 50 White Crusaders, who were sentenced to death on November 23rd. Simultaneously with the announce ment of this, the authorities at Voro-! nesh announce they have already shot the - prisoners, including the leader, isunuu carKUomanKo, a hermit, well known locally, who had also been sen ? tenced- to. death, but1 Tiis sentence was commuted to 10 years' imprisonment. '

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GASTRO-ENTERITIS. SERIOUS OUTBREAK. SYDNEY, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

GASTROENTERITIS. SERIOUS OUTBREAK. SYDNEY, January 26. A serious outbreak of gaetro enteri tis is being experienced in Sydney and a high death rate is being recorded. A grave warning has been issued to parents. The health authorities state that the outbreak is of a particularly virulent Of 58 cases admitted to tne wm dren's Hospital in December, 19 died and of a similar number this month, 24 have already died.

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BUSH FIRES. IN WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

; BUSH FIRES. IN WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH. Januarv 22. Bush fires which swept parts of the State recently, are stated to' be tho ?worst ever experienced and no esti mate of damage has yet been given. In every district valuable crops and stocks of fodder, as well as fences, buildings and stock have been de stroyed. Communication in the stricken areas haB bssn seriously affected, telephonic and telegraphic plant worth thousandi of pounds being temporarily useless. light falls of rain last night assis ted in quelling some of the fires. PERTH, January 23. The bush fires, which ragud in many parts of the State, have now been ex tinguished and the work of restoring communication is proceeding. Many settlers lost their homes and personal belongings and many farmers lost hundreds of acres of valuable fodder.

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TEACHERS' UNION. HELPING HIGH SCHOOLS. BRISBANE, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

TEACHERS' UNION. HELPING HIGH SCHOOLS. BRISBANE, Jauuarv -It. The uunual conference of the Queens land Teauherti' Union was continued t,o day. --. it was resolved that at places when no intermediate school was established and where technical college facilitm were available, pupils1 desirous of post primary work of a vocational charactci should be admitted, so far as practic able, to the Technical College on the recommendation of the head teachers oi primary schools; also that pupils should be admitted to secondary schools on the recommendation of the beau teacher of primary schools. In submitting the latter motion, Mr. N. K. M'Cosker said teachers in smallei schools had difficulty in getting pupiii through the scholarship examination. The result was that in many country centres, High Schools were going to suf fer considerably from the lack of pupils passing scholarships. A motion that the Department 6hould subsidise pound for pound all fundt raised by school authorities for school i...

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A.L.P. COUNTRY CONFERENCE. SIDNEY, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

A.L.P. COUNTRY CONFERENCE. SYDNEY, January 24. Members of the Federal and State Parliamentary parties attended the country provincial conference of the A.L.P. which was opened at Tamworth to-day. The President (Mr. J. Graves) was in the chair. A strong delegation from Parliament was led by Mr. Lang. Two clergy men were present, one being on the platform. Apologies were received from Messrs Scullin, Theodore and other Minister*.. The President, in bis opening ad dress,, said that the defeat of the Bruce Government meant that the Nationalist Party would probably go out of exist ence. A new party, known as the Australian People's Party had been formed. The new party sought tti imitate the platform and policy of the A.L.P. The new party was doomed to failure. It would fail because H allowed as members outcasts of other parties. The first business dealt with was the question of appeals on behalf of Mr. Arthur Griffith, ex-Senator A. Gardiner and the Conroy Executive for re -ad- mission t...

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MR. POLLOCK'S POSITION. REPLY TO A.W.U. BRISBANE, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

MR. POLLOCK'S POSITION. REPLY TO A.W.U. BRISBANE, January Zl. The Labour member for Gregory in the Legislative Assembly, Mr. U. Pol lock, was called upon before a recent delegate meeting of the Australian Worker*' Union to explain his writing of certain urticles on the wool position in Queensland, which were published in the Brisbane 'Courier.' | After hearing his explanation, the meeting decided to recommend that bis agency in the Union should be cancelled. According to a report puunsned uy the Brisbane Labour daily newspaper ':The Standard' to-day, Mr. Pollock said that the invitation to attend the meeting did not come as a surprise in view of the suggestion that he should be deprived of his membership of the Union. His ticket had more of a sen timental value than practical value to him. He had said nothing in his ar ticles of which he was ashamed. He wa« called upon to apologise, al though his intentions were to do some thing to help the pastoral industry. A deputation at Winton ...

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PLANE CRASH. PASSENGER KILLED. MILES, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

'PLANE CRASH. PASSENGER KILLED. MILES, Januarv 28. An aeroplane crash, involving th* dentil of one well-known resident --; i Miles and serious injury to another *-c- ' cm-red nn the property of Herbert Kay ii'r. MIIps, to-day. . structed- by Qaritas Ltdi* Longreach was. owned- by Mr. Murphy, dentist,' a Mi|es, and was used hf him in his visit.. to MileB-and Chinchilla. At the Unit of the accident tlie occupants wen1 Gordon Mundsil, feon of George Mundel! chairman of tbe Murilla Shire Council and A. J. Murphy, the owner. The. had been flying round the properties oi Herbert Rayner'and R. Rayncr and had been observed by these people, but ap parently no one saw them crash. The first » reach the scene of th. crash wm Herbert Dangerfield, an «m ployee of E. tfayner, Dangerfield, irhit- out riding, who was horrified to cc..1 Mundell ly.in-; in the crashed plane wit l- his legs rioub'ed under liim sod lilooi on bis fsiw. Murphy had, in Uie menu time. WRll-:rd throe miles to H. Kayner proper...

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

ILFRACOMBE. The late stock passings are : — 4031) sheep, Willowie to Oakley, J. Forrest owner, R. Mitchell in charge ; 4500 sheep, Kilala, travelling for grass, U. L. Chapman owner, A. Chapman in charge ; 3100 sheep, Duudfuaid to lsis ford, Cochrane and Sons owners in charge ; 2100 sheep, Oakley to Brixtoa, J. Forrest owner in charge ; 2320 mixed sheep and 14 horses, lilt- Dowua to Aramap Will Smith owners. T. Dick son in charge ; 40 rams, Ciaiciaie to Dundonald, J. Cochrane and Sons owners, J. Boreat in charge ; 3000 wethers. The Eand to Ilfracombe, Cud more and Sons owners, J. Taylor in charge ; 5000 mixed sheep, Goodberry Hills to Isisford, C. Atherton owner, B Jacobs in charge ; GO rams, Caithness 1o Clovelly, Cribb Brothers owners, H. Watkins in charge ; 4154 sheep, Green woods to Ilfracombe, Wallace and Co. owners, S. Ricknrtts in charge ; 40 horses, Mitchell to Brunette Downs, T. E. Darchy owner, F. E. Darchy in charge ; 5400 sheep, Brixton to Oak ley, J. Forrest owner, J. Fo...

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YACHT FOUNDERS THREE MEN MISSING. FREMANTLE, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

YACHT FOUNDERS THREE MEN MISSING. FREMANTLE, Januarv 26. Three men are feared to have perishe'i in * yachting niisliap off tiotttaest Island at midnight on Friday follow ing the Rounder) ng of a yacht. They are L. Firth. 25,' P. Summers. 21, and J. Boucock, 38. One of the occupants, G. Darcy, *28, swam five milt-g to the island througii shark infested waters to secure help. Ke reached t,;ie shore in an exhausted condition, cut, bruised aud naked. With '« tj»i:ci-uiun fi juuucocK tue iour occu pants of the yacht were good swimmers. About midnight, when half-way be tween Kottnect and the mainland, thi boat started to make water, and in « few minulCH had foundered. Summers, Firth and Boucock dune to the boat while Darcy set off for the Shore, where he arrived shortly after 4 a.m. Seach parties were quickly organised, but up to yesterday afternoon no trace of the other njen have been found. . It is difficult to explain the «udden sinkinp of the boat, but «he grounded slightly on a trip ...

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

KABRA. For some years past Kabra was the centre for big country dances, but like all other places had its day and was forgotten. However, judging .by. the large crowd at the dance held in the hall on Saturday, the 11th instant, in aid of the Westwood Sanatorium, Kabra is getting back to old times, dancers coming from Rockhampton, Graccmere, Stamvell and other places. An enjoy able tinift was Rnpnt hv nil. flip iinll was nicely decorated by the promoter. Refreshments was served and a confetti one-step added gaiety to the evening, while a Monte Carlo and car dance were also conducted. The music was sup plied for the dances by Miss M'Bryde.. Mr. R. Macferson was a capable M.G. The prizes for the Monte Carlo waltz were won by Mr. M'Donald and Miss Woods, the car dance by Mr. R. Coker and Miss F. Hannegan and the confetti one-step by Miss N. Eele. Valuable assistance was given by Mr. Macferson and Misses C. Macferson, E. Coker and C. and T. Macferson. Owing to the small admission prices ...

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EX-CONSTABLE. WARRANT ISSUED. Melbourne, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

EX-CONSTABLE. WARRANT ISSUED. MELBOURNE, Januarv 28. A warrant has been issued for tht arrest of a former police constable on charges in connection with recent hold ups in the suburbs. The crimes include the .obbery, *n sensational circumstances, of u chctnist shop, thefts from time railway stations holding up « ? woman confectioner and robbing and terrorising fur several hours «ToHn MiHft- hpcI Imp fnntilv *'

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PRICKLY PEAR. A BIG DRIVE. WARWICK, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

PRICKLE .PEAR. A BIG DRIVE. WARWICK, January 33. The biggest drive against the pear pest yet undertaken by tbe Prickly Pear Commission will commence early NORTH KEPPEL ISLANO. — Mr. t-yoni, of Barcaldine, found this ?kull-llke rock when on holidays. next month, the area to be covered be ing from St. George to Toowoomba via Warwick. Six motor lorries, laden with cacto Mastis eggs, will leave St. George for Todwoomba carrying a etafl of men, whose work will be to distribute the eggs on all thickly infested lands iu the area between.

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

BOULDERCOMBE. Our wet season yielded 12 in. of rain up till the 24th instant. A month's sunshine is needed now to catch up with the weed growth. The cotton particularly wiij BUffer if wet weatner continues. Messrs. F. W. and P. Hinchcliffe have just nifished erecting a new four luuuiuu cotiage on nign diocks lor Mr. Geo. Young, junr. The absence of the flying fox this mango season is very noticeable. The wire clothes line, with horse bells at tached, hung from tree to tree, and the shotgun have not been needed. Bouldercombe, January 25, 1930.

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

GOOVIGEN Since writing my last notes further beneficial rains fell throughout the dis trict, says our Goovigen correspondent, writing on the 24th instant. On Tues day, the 21st, intermittent showers gave us 10 points. , . Steady rain fell during Wednesday morning, resulting in 20 points. On Wednesday after noon a heavy downpour resulted in 100 points. On Wednesday night and Thursday morning steady rain yielded 44. nnlntc On ^I'liiiFaHn it ni*rlif fur- ther steady rain fell, 10 points being registered. On Friday morning inter mittent showers gave us another 10 points. . On Friday afternoon showers yielded 23 points. This brings our January rainfall up to, 631 points. Cak lide Creek, which came down last Satur day, subsided during the week-end, but owing to further heavy falls up above, it again rose about 8 ft. yesterday (Thursday) afternoon. This morning it was subsiding and at time of writ ing it has dropped about 4 ft. The cotton crops are growing splen didly and it should not be ...

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

SWAIN & CO, 4 William-street, ROCKHAMPTON. TENTS & FLYS, WATER BAGS. TARPAULINS, Eoefy *-**«? Every size, MOTOR HOODS, ? FISH NETS -md MOTOR TENTS, UNES, &c. | ALL CANVAS GOODS. Theppoiqate- S^Sffl^ Jyf§. jy'^i nPithe oiili| wai| rtirouqh ^ S^B^^Tr ' * T^HK one and only way through a 'Cyclone' S^rMYT^L *? Ring-Lock Fence is through the 'Open Gate'. ffj/fJOi f^\ \^ Sheep-proof, Lamb-proof, and particularly strong, this ?HCISCn modern type of fencing, iwith uprights at every twelve |IIhwJH| inches) is cheaper and a great deal more efficient than V^SyH _y )§ the old plain wire fencing with droppers. Fewer posts ^m Matitic T are required, with a consequent substantial saving of ^^^jiT^_r labour, and, as the fence comes to you in 5-chain ^^m^^ rolls all ready to be strained up, the job of erecting «j_=_s99Kb^ is simple and inexpensive. iHSSIIffaH 'Cyclone' Ring-Loci; Fences are made in various IjVp&apnSH heights and spnoings, for Sheep, Lambs Pigs, Horses ...

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

BUNERU. Rain fell throughout the district dur ing the week. It commenced with light showers on Monday, coming from the east. On Tuesday heavier falls occurr ed, and continued till Thursday, the gauge registering 180 points. Heavy clouds still continue to bank up from the east and some light showers fell this morning. The Dee River was in high flood on Thursday, and came close up io in e runway line uu uie iuw iuun try. Although thir last rain has been very beneficial to the cotton, a heavy fall is required to make surface water. From all quarters comes reports of good cotton crops, and some growers who planted early and obtained a good strike have reported that some of the plants have bolls open already. The Buneru Pastime Club held a suc cessful euchre party and dance last Saturday in the school. The euchre prizes were won by Mrs. Manton and Mr. S. Henderson, the chocolate waltz by Miss Wencks and Mr. J. Glen, and the ten shilling one-step by Mrs. Man ton. Buneru, January 25, 1930....

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DEATH-THROES OF A MIGHTY FLEET. FURLING THE WHITE WINGS. ARTICLE II. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

DEATH-THROES OF A MIGHTY FLEET. . FURLING THE WHITE WINGS. ARTICLE IL The following is' a further instalmti!. of the last days of some sailing ship*: — ANTAKES : This 17«0,tQn.: ship wa* formerly the Kutlej,. of the.' Jimmy ' Nour&e line, the ships of which were an named after livers in India! She lei':, Marseilles for Melbourne, and is sup posed to have foundered in Bass Straito during Decembor of 11)14. But nobody knows for sure. ... AATlOPJfi: This UOO-ton iron ship was built in 1806 for the Bur.mali-U.K rice trade. She was €dld hy H«ap- Ler original owner, (o -?r?cie BeaSley and Co. in 1SS2, who sold her to Capt. Murray in 1807, who in turn eold her to a British Columbia syndicate in 1004. Capt. Mothieson bought her two years later and sold her in 1915 to tha Faparoa Coal Co. for a hulk,' .who sold her to the Ofago Rolling. Mills for £2750. In lOlfi she went ashore off the Bluff and withstood the pounding ot the sea for over 3 months when *Vb was got oft' as a result of ...

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