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

BLACKALL, The annual meeting of the Council of the Church of England was held dur ing the week. The following were elect ed: — Rector's warden, IS*. J. R. French; people's warden, Mr. J. A. Petersen; ladies' council, Mesdames Murray, King, Maxwell, Hoog, Lane, French, Murray, Coombes, Collins, Orchard, Markwell and Messer; gentlemen's council, Messrs. Murray, Messer, Murray, Orchard, White head, King, Pestorius, and Green. Shearing is still in progress at the Blackall scour and EnniskiUen. Duneira cut out on Thursday. i Whilst lopping a tree on Moonbria Station for fetock feed Walter P. Cairt hod the misfortune to cut two fingers off his left hand. He is now in hospi tal. The Barcoo Building Co. is engaged in the erection on a new Catholic Church,. also an oil depot for the Vacuum Oil Co. Messrs. Evans and liolnYeB have a cottage in hand for Mr. W. HarJow. Blackall, January 24th, 1930.

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

CONSTIPATION A WORRY. PREVENTS PERFECT HEALTH. To many people in advancing age, constipation becomes a eouree of much worry. Not that it is an ailment of the elderly only, for coustipation is Buf fered by people of all ages. Neglect is harmful, for the absence of daily regu larity disorganises the system and pro motes illness. The really safe and effective treat ment for constipation ' is Pinkettes. These little pills are not habitform ing, neither do they purge nor gripe. Pinkettes act gently, yet decisively, rapidly restoring natural regularity to the bowels and activity to the liver. All chemists and stores sell Pinkettes, 1/3 bottle. PINKETTES Laxative Perfection KEEP YOU WELL jPREE sample sent oa application to f A.X. Dept.. Bos MJ4FF, G.P.O., Sydney. ; * . '.. : Syou enjoy good Qoffee MM you can make ic instantly with SYMINGTON'S COFFEE ;JkS ESSENCE. You will find its aroma and flavour delicious ^flff and its quality superb. Symington's Coffee, ncvet Httl varies— but see that ...

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

CALLIUNGAL COUNCIL. ROCKHAMPTON, January 27. A meeting of the Calliungal Shire Council was held on Thursday after noon. There were present : — Crs. D. W. Jones (Chairman), J. Staunton, J Kearney, and H. Slater. The Chairman and Cr. Staunton were deputed to represent the Council at the conference with Mr. Chuter re hos pital matters. The Fitzroy Pests Destruction Board asked the Council to forward its out standing precepts, eo as to allow the Board to be ? abolished.-— The outstand ing precepts to be paid as soon a* possible. - The clerk presented the annual state ment of receipts and expenditure for 1929. As the accounts bad not bees' audited the matter -was held over. The clerk1 ts as instructed to prepare a list of ' names and amount* of out standing rates to be submitted to the solicitor to take action to collect same. The Finance Committee's report showed that the expenditure in regard to shire fund was £02 10s. 5d. and the receipts £91 7s. Accounts recommendei for payment total...

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

m cMb} '? (.j'.II.C. ' : I doubt it there is any book by an EnglMi writer, the 6'tory Qt which is more widely known, jn part at least than ' Silas Marner ' by George Eliot. Who has not heard of little l£pph- cm ting the band with which her foster father had for safety tied her to this loom, and passing unnoticed out of' tht cottage, was discovered a few minutes later sitting on the muddy margin ol the pond dipping water with one of ucr own boots and emptying it into a deep hoofmark ? Or how, when he decided he must punish her by putting her '? the coal hole, he let her out again, at her first pica of ' Opy, opy !' ? And how a few niinuUs after, when she was clean again, slip returned of her own free will to the place of supposed punielimenf, to surprise him by rcnp pearing with Mack face and hands, call ing ?' Eppie in de toal hole !' ? Jt is primarily the story oi Silas Mar ner himself the weaver, who, being falsely accuse! of taking the deacon s money while keeping a vigil by the ...

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

CLERMONT. A meeting of the Hospital Com mittee was held on Thursday last to, appoint a medical officer. More than 20 applications were received, ' and Dr. Meikle, of Cleveland, was appointed. ' Another swimming carnival is being promoted in aid of the Hospital, to take place on Sunday next. With the splen did rains that have now fallen the swimming area will be full. | to hold a hack meeting on Monday next, ;in aid of the improvement fund, but as over 4 ins. of rain fell this week, the prospects for the meeting are not at all bright. The monthly meeting of the Blair Athol District Hospital Committee was held on the 10th instant, the President (Mr. S. Whyte) presiding. The Clerk of the Belyando Shire Council wrote stating that from January 1st the sani tary rate for the hospital would be 2s. per service, and that it was owing to an oversight on his part that this rate was not charged from July 1st. After discussion, it was decided to pay the arrears from July 1st. The Home Secretary'...

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

LITERARY GEMS. 'YARRAWONGA': Of all U12 scribes who send Sn their literary gems, not one has included any of Omar Khayyam's poems. I'll tiryvto remedy the deplorable omission with these gems of his: While the rose blows along the river brink, WifJi nlri KliBtrvpm thp rubv vintace drink; And when the Angel, with ! his' darker draught,' Draws up to thee— take that, and do not shrink. And when thyself with tnLMng foot shall pass Among the guesti star scattered on the grass, t ??'.-? ' ' ': And in thy joyous errand reach the spot WBer$ ,1. .inade ..on^rrtum .dowa, an empty glass. 'BLUB E¥$S': These are a few ?? bij gems:. What I must do is all that concerns me, not what the people think. It is easy in solitude to live after our own opinions, but the great man is, he who in. the midst of the crowd', keeps with perfect sweetness the independence of solitude.— R. W. J5merson. Were Taalf thfe power ihat fills the world with' terror, ~ Were half the wealth bestowed on . camps aud courts Give...

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

HOUSEWIVES. DO YOU 'USE KIRPtt? To those 'who suffer from rough ened and chapped hands on account ol having them so continually in -wator preparing vegetables, washing up, scrubbing and the many other duties which only the housewife knows, the regular use of Mirpil is strongly advis ed. By following this practice the hands will retain their natural soft ness and y.ou will join the happy band of hand proud women. Mirpil Skin Balm contains nothing to injure the skin and may be used frequently with every confidence for Red Hands* Rough, Chapped and Chaf ed Skin, Chilblains, Windburn, and Sunburn, aB a base for powder, and after shaving. Obtainable from aU chemists and «tores, or from The W. . H- Comstock :Co., Ltd., Makers at Dr. Morse's 'Indian Boot Pills, ^3 l*ng; street, Sydney. Price 2/6 per botjle, . post paid. ?„?'-? ?.'.''.-., ' ' -}. ..??;:.'; '. '? i ' '. ??-'?.. :.'-; ??i;.'i\«j^v'V'-' YALUMBA REIGNS SUPREME. TEN Championships have been Secured by YALUMBA PORT during Last SIX...

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FOOTBALL. LONDON, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

FOOTBALL. LONDON, Jauuarv 20. The 'Athletic News ' states that the receipts of tha Rugby League tour were £36,926, of which the Australians will receive £20,650, giving them a net pro fit of £6700. BRISBANE, January 22. A meeting of the Junior * Rugby League Executive to-night endorsee! the action of the delegates in voting jxrninfcf the fusion KMwppn the Brisbane Rugby League and the Queensland Rug by Union. LONDON, January 22. The Australian Rugby League touf ists sailed from Southampton on -M Hobson's Bay. They lined the deck and saag songs, and just as the vessel «mj Jeaving tho wharf they gave their war cry inl ine exclusive benefit of is^iiadron Lcader Bert Hinkler, who, with his wife, was present ot the farewell. Cooees reached Southampton Wain until the liner was well awny on its departure. The Hobson's Bay had all the appear ance of a new ship, with its green hull and white uppsr decking- It is the last of the Bay liners to be radically transformed. Oa the d»ckB are Spaciou...

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

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PELTZER BEATEN. WHYTE'S RECORD RUN. MELBOURNE, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

PELTZER BEATEN. WHYTE'S RECORD RUN. MELBOURNE, January 2ii. A lurge crowd attended the Austra lian National Athletic Championships yesterday. Dr. O. Pellzer (Germany), was dc feated by W. Whyte (Victoria) in th« mile championship of Australia, cover ing the distance in 4-21 1/5 fees., break ing the Australian record. An officials considered that the wind assisted the competitors in the bprinl; the records claimed by Jack Carltor. (N.S.W.) and Miss Dnhm will not re ceive official recognition. After Carlton had been successful in the final of the 100 yards championship 1'eltzer met him as lie was leaving the arena, saying, ' Congrat illation*, Carl ton. It was a wonderful performance. You will win the Olympic sprint at Los AngelcR in 1932, unless | am greal iy niiKiauen. I'.chiiKs.-. Nliol put. championship of Autira ? I'm, lfi lbs. -A. Mclntosh (Vic, 4jJt, J 1 ins. ) 1; A, Blonder (America, 4211. 9AiiiB., 2; G. Lewis (Q., 40;!.. IHins) 3. ]O0 yards championship of Austra lia (linali....

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CRICKET. LONDON, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

CRICKET. LONDON, January 21. At a meeting of the Yorkshire County Cricket Club, Lord Hawke, said, inter alia: — 'Everybody will be pleased to welcome the Australians. There are sure to be very exciting tests and county games. 1 am given to understand that their batting is stronger than ever. As regards the bowling I cannot say much, excepting that if it is only equal to England's, it can but give anxiety to .their selectors as it has to ours in the about definite results in time-allotted matches.' AUCKLAND, January 22. England defeated Kangitiki by an in nings and 216 runs. England declar ed at eight for 432 and Rangitiki re plied with KJ.j and SI. WELLINGTON, January 26. The second test match between Mew Zealand and the M.C.C. was resumed yesterday. New Zealand, in the first innings, made 439 (Page 67, Blunt 36). Wool ley took seven for 76, WorthiBgtpn two for 63; Allom one for 73, Nicholls ni\ for 66, Barrott nil for 80, Uowley nil for 32. M.C.C, in the first innings, lost six for...

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COUNTRY CRICKET. STANWELL BEATS WOWAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

COUNTRY CRICKET. STANWELL BEATS WOWAN. The Wowan Cricket Culb journeyed to Stanwell on Sunday last, played tho local club, and was defeated by 07 runs on the first innings, says our Stanwell correspondent. Stanwell scored 83 runs, S. Christiansen 34 and J. Chappie 10. J. Llewellyn captured three for 12, Ej Coote two for 7, and F. Llewel ]yn tvyo for 9, A. Radloff two for 17, and E. Dorratt 1 for 17. Wowan re plied with only Id runs, the club's lowest score this season. F. Llewellyn topscored with 7. R. James and T. Connor did the damage, the former taking five for 3 runs and the latter three for 13 runs. Following on, Wowan recovered and made 147, J. T*. ? ? . _ Ml _ _ _ 1. i *-. /I ? J _ t\ 1 I rurguson oi noi, oui, r,. uuum ;*, ??. Blake 15 and. A. Radloff 10. S. Hawke took four 'for 20,' G. Jarrold two for 13, V. Connor one for 52, and H. Broad hurst one for 6. EMERALD BEATS CAPELLA. Emerald cricket team defeated Capella on Sunday last by an inning* and 3 runs, says our Emerald c...

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YOUNG MAN'S LAPSE. ROCKHAMPTON, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

YOUNG MAN'S LAPSE. ROCKHAMPTOX. .lanuary ft. In the Summons Court yesterday morning, before the P.M. (Mr- O. F.. Power). Walter Pitcher was charged with having, between December 6th ami January 9th, represented to James Connors, a clerk, employed in the office of the Labour Agent at Rozlitiitmpton, that he was out of employment and thereby obtained £6 17*. Kd, with in tent to defraud Wlipn nakpH how he nleaded. t!ip de fendant stated he had just been lateh married and had had a hard struggle lo carry on. When fold that that had nothing to do tcith the case, he pleaded guilty. Defendant was convicted and nncl £10 10s., to include £6 17s. 6d., being amount received from the Labour Bu reau, and 4s. tfcl. cost* of Court: in default, two months' imprisonment. Rry-Kovember of the current year thai: in the corresponding period of 1928, an-* it is now too late for the f'.?fie:t to be mad* op.

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

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MOONEE VALLEY. MELBOURNE, January [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

MOONEE VALLEY. MELBOURNE. January Sh Fine weather prevailed for the Moo nee Valley races to-day. There was a large attendance.. 'Results: — Tweeside Trial Hurdles — AN- NOUNCER, 10-2 (Shippick) 1, First Vagrant, 11-3 (Zeally) 2, Liberty Bell, 10-2 (Reynolds) and Gertitude, 0-9 (Wraight) dead heat, 3. Others: Coro majjdel, Homerus, Mahatma, Pollymine, Valbroy, Beahula, Bush King, Olive Chipilly, Avro Avian. Betting: 3 to 1 v. Homerus, 6 Coromandel, ANNOUN CER, 6 Liberty Bell, 8 Gertitude, 14 Polly Mine, Valbroy. Won by halfa head, with the dead heaters a neck away. Valbroy and Bush King fell. Beahula pulled up.' Time, 3.42. Niddrie Handicap— MOUSERON, 6-12 (Dewhurst)- 1, Requena, 8-6(Wilsbii): 2, Greenflight, t;r (Coopo!) S. OffieYfci? Chaene, Axinus, Beautify, Lucky Saint, Nirador, Rigadoon, Merry Jap, Eastern Gem, Periscope, Lady Monel, Arrow Song, Grand Eloille, Moiya, Palapah, Hightrim, Cykanne. Betting: 3 to 1 v. Chaene, 4 Beautify, Greenflight, 8 Lucky Saint, 10 Requena, Axinus...

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TENNIS. MELBOURNE, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

TENNIS. MELBOURNE, January 21. 'A feature of to-day's play in the Australian tennis championships was the Surprising form shown by the juniors from different States. Turnbull, the South Australian colt, forced Willard to five full sets. Walker, New South Wales, also did well against Schlesinger, although tie did not win a Bet, and Smith, the Queensland colt, strongly opposed Cum mings (Queensland) in the singhs, tak ing the first txro sets. Moon and Cummings were successful in the doubles. MELBOURNE, January 26. Brilliant tennis, well up to the best Australian Btandard, was witnessed at Kooyong yesterday afternoon when the semi-finals of tbe Australian champion ships were played. Playing splendidly Mies Daphne Ak hurst won the women's singles, defeat ing Mrs. Harper after a contest brtfiiful of interest and closely contested. Hopman had no difficulty in defeating J. Willard in ihe semi-iinarof the men* singles, losing only six games in three sets. Moon, driving with terrific pace an...

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CURRENCY AND CREDIT THEORIES CURRENCY DURING THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

CURRENCY AND CREDIT THEORIES (By 'Pertinax.'); CURRENCY DURING THE WAR. It is a leading argument of most of our paper money enthusiasts that the war demonstrated how a sound paper currency could be maintained without any gold basis. This conclusion is reached by two easy stages. First, it is asserted that the gold standard ' was abandoned during the war. Second, it is claimed that the war was successfully financed upon the basis of inconvertible paper money, xneuce iuiiowb me ap parently logical conclusion that this feat obviously demonstrates the superior efficacy of such a paper currency to one established upon a gold basis. So specious is the reasoning, and, apart from certain miestatements of 4 a/it ast wiiiaVi miaranraconfafinn nf t.hp actual results of currency inflation is involved, that it is necessary at the pre sent stage to closely examine this ar gument. GOLD THROWN OVERBOARD. 'The latest example of the inherent weakness of the banking system,' states Mr. Frank Lock in '...

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

r J ' I 'CASUAllriE^ It was intimated in the first issue that payment for contributions would b'; made on the last Thursday in eir !i month. The Accountant, however, vows that he missed the glad tidings, and has been paying out on each pub lishing day as usual. He states that the new arrangement will very mate rially lessen the work of this import ant branch, and will eliminate muc-i needless sending of sometimes small amounts. What he will say when he strikes the aggregate bill for four weeks is another matter. Anyhow, from now oh, the last Thursday in each month will be the one to look out for. j Astraeas': Please convey to 'Edna G. Roughley' my thanks aiil appreciation for that little poem ot hers, 'The Quest' (H/16/30). It found an echo in my heart, and I'm placing it among iny 'Favourite Verses.' 'M. Douglas Blair': 'Kowhai Blos soms' not received, and 'White Wings'1 not printed. 'Oriel': Curses referred to the office spook. ''Concerned': The bearers were cold sober when this c...

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

BOXING. LON]?ONV January 22. aiier nve rcunas of Berce and eveu fighting, Teddy Baldock, the world'e bantam champion', and Emil Pladner, former world's lightweight champion) rushed together, Pladner delivering a terrific blow, lew to the'1 stomach. Baldock roll?d on the floor in agony until the referee and sccoaffs maBBtged him. Pladner, amidet a storm of hoofing, was ordered *o his corner. He huddled in hie chair, a pitiable figure, tears streaming down his face. He was dis qualified. BRISBANE, January 24. At the Stadium to-night George Phoenix (9-5, Gympie) outpointed Jimmy Warren (9-8}) in a ten-round contest. SYDNEY, January 26. At the Stadium last night, Jack Haines (Australia, 11-1), stopped Andy Anderson (America, 10-11 J) in Eix rounds. Haines, using a remarkable variety of punches, outclassed his opponent. The American was down twice in the third round and two seconds before the end of the eixtb round, after Anderson had been on the floor four times during the round, the re...

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ROCKHAMPTON NEWS. ROCKHAMPTON, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

ROCKHAMPTON NEWS. ROCKHAMPTON, January 24. - At the Magistrate's Court yesterday the P.M. (Mr. O. E. Power) entered judgment by default for the plaintiil'3 in the following undefended cases : — Bolton and Co. v E. Holland, Rockhamn £15 3b. 6d., goods supplied, with £1 6d. costs; T. E.'M'Carthy v Mrs. Al Dobbs, Rockharapton, £16 10s., balance for goods sold, with £l costs ; New . ? Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd. v H. J. M'Farlane, Targinni- . £l5'3s. 6d., g°0(h3 supplied, with £l 8s. 6d. costs; Lawrence Motor Co. v.. R. Caddy, Mackay, £7 Ss. 2d., work am! , labour done and material supplied, will-. 7s. 6d. costs ; T. J. Hawkins v. J. W. Kurtz, Thangool, ti, balance due *ai', . , of stock, with 13s. 6d. costs ; Partridg-i and Co. v R. Walker, Brisbane, £2 17s., goods supplied, 7s. 64- costs ; ?George Rossiter v Mrs. A. T. Morgan, floek hampton, £5, rent due, 7s. 6d. costs ; . F. P. Brookfield v. H. J. Iverson, Rock hampton, £3, money lent, with 7s. 6(1. costs. ROCKHAMPTO...

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