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

A nursing home erected by the Country Women's Association n'; 'z klnlay, North .Queensland.

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RARE STAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

RARE STAMPS. J.J-H.: Tell H.C. that. his stamps, al though obsolete, are not of airy .com mercial value yet. They were both issued the years between 1897 and 1907. The two penny one is quoted at face value used, viz., 2d. and eightpence un used. The higher values of this issue are beginning to be asked for and are quoted at Is. face value and the 2s. one at 4s. each used. btamps ot small denomination tat? a long time to assume a decent price unless they are issued for a limited period only like the 'Canberra.' Stamp merchants from all over the world had their agents on the spot a ad £12,000 worth of these weie sold at | Canberra the first day they were issued, but in spite of this I expect that in the new catalogue that will come to hand these will be quoted at about Cd. each.

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

A merry 'catch' at the seaside, wher c not even the rain can damp the holiday spirit.

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STOCK POT. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE STOCK POT. The cream of humour rolls in slow ly, and it is difficult to differentiate between some that does arrive and a serial story. Remember that every word added to a joke — or to any writ ing at all for that matter— is addfJ dead weight that drags it down. The 5b. goes to this one: — v Cheerful but vigorous dentist (ex amining drill) : 'Ah. I see you've had tins tootn miett Deiore. Tortured patient: 'That, you ass, is out of mv back collar fctuit' '' '. ' F.W.S This collects the 2s. 6d.:— I Mum reading aloud : . 'I see where a | professor say.s that nothing so stimu- j lates people to speedy progress as the fear of poverty.' Dad: 'That bloke shouldda seen that bullock on the Emu Park road tho other week, 'e made some of them mo tor drivers touqli sixty.' 'Concerned.' These are a few of the triers:— Jock, gazing at property damaged by cyclone: 'The wind that wrecked this passed our place at Seventy-five miles an hour.' Bill: 'Where was the policeman.' v Wanderer. The well k...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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Half Year's Racing Statistics. Holt And Julin Leads Jockeys And Trainers. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

Half Year's Racing Statistics. Holt And Julin Leads Jockeys And Trainers. (COMPILED BY 'SKIPPER.') The racing statistics for Rock hamptou for the last Bix moLths re veal that George Holt is the leading jockey and George Julin .lie leadiag trainer. Holt has now gone to Bris bane, and unless he returns is certain to be superseded before the end of tho year. Julin he&'Jed the list of trainers with nine wins, followed by Fred Hill with eight. Following is a return for the half year: — Jockeys.— G. Holt SJ. V. Bineham aud W. Tanwan 8, T. Fitzgerald and P. Holland 7, W. Boss 6, D. Harley, Phil Murphy, T. Spencer, and F. Shean 4 each, H. Jackson 3A, Pat Murphy, C. O'Brien anJ T. Ashney 3 each, J. Jago, R. Holt, and W. O'Brien 2 each, C. Jackson 1\, C. Carter, W. Yarnold, F. McNally, K. Kearius, Me Fillen 1 each, Griffin \. Trainers.— G. Julin y winy, F. J. Hill S, A. Home 6J, A. Cruickshauk and D. O'Malley 5 each, J. Williams, Beak and Adair, A. Holt and Tanwau 4 each, N. Casuy, T....

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

CLEARING SALE. ON THE FARM, DULULU, About half-mile from Station. FRIDAY, 7th FEBRUARY, At 12 O'clock. Account S. D. PATER6ON, Esq. HART-PARR TRACTOR, MOWER* RAKE, COTTON PLANTER, I.H.C. FARM WAGON, COTTON KING, TYNE CULTIVATOR, HARROWS, 4 FUF ROW PLOUGH, GRADER, 3 HORSES, SUNDRY TOOLS & HARNESS. W. HOSK1NGS, AUCTIONEER, WOW AN. AUCTION SALE. GOOVIGEN SELECTION. AT THE ROOMS, WOWAN, ? WEDNESDAY, 26th FEBRUARY, At 12 O'clock. Account the Mortgagee. PERPETUAL LEASE SELECTION No. 163, Monto District, being Portion 9, Parish of Earlsficld, standing in name of R. T. Banks, situated about one mile from Goovigen Railway Sta tion. It has an area of 189 acres — all good alluvial 6oil. Improvements comprise about 80 acres forest, cleared for cultivation, fencing, hut The selec tion is permanently watered by Calhde Creek. TERMS AT SALE. The highest or any bid will not ncec sarily be accepted. W. HOSKINGS, AUCTIONEER, WOW.'.:

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

ij sac /»j, i ij SUIT /i^m jj $6/6/-. |p*\ J !i ![ These Suitt are not 'hand- Irrt^i 1 !' 1 1 finished,' but 'hand-made' '' JJ| All !' I; throughout. I IB ||\ I '! || |; Absolutely the Best Value 1 if ill) !; ![ In Australia. l| .111 \ .ll ;! ;[ Write for Sample and Self- u|| fjl !' ![ leasurement Cha^t. \ (|v|| \.\\ ]? {. . ij J JACKSONS, i i EAST STREET ? ROCKHAMPTON. i: - (! - -, j 'Satisfactiob Guaranteed or Money Refunded.' I ; i .-...-..? ?'?'-! £9 - 0 - 0 ^S^*v y^*9 A FULLY MOUNTED THIS ffiti^ffi^Lj&m Excellent W^^lffl^^ Poley J!/ ' . jlf Built on beit stock tree, || '*. |f[ with extended gullet, of best VL / IJ ; selected lap, procurable YV ff j JAMES SMITH & SONS, STANLEY-STREET, SOUTH BRISBANE. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR FURTHER ILtUSTBATIOyB^AND PRICES. 1 SUB-ARTESIAN WELL-BORING, ON NO WATER NO PAY SYSTEM. CONTRACTS on these conditions, with a Guaranteed Minimum Supply of 3000 gallons per day, of good usable stock water, will now be entered for a limited period...

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THE RACING RESULTS AND SOUTHERN. RACING FIXTURES. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE RACING RESULTS &-*m0)L AND SOUTHERN. RAGING FIXTURES. FEBRUARY. 8-22— Roekhaniytoii Jockey Club, MARCH, 8 — Rockhamptou Jockey Club. 17 — Dundee Racing CJub. 22 — Rockliatnptuii Jockey Club. APRIL. 5 — Rofkbampton Jockey Club. 11-12— Isaacs River Picnic Kace Club. 11-1- — Cauiboou Amateur Race Club. 19-21 — Rockliainptyn Jockey Club. 23— Dundee Racing Club. MAY. 2-3 — .Mackenzie River Amateur Picnic Race Club. 8-10— Tiiangool Race Club. 17-24 — Ruckliamptuu Jockey Club. JUNE. 3 — Dundee Racing Club. 3-7-20-21-23-25— Rockhamplon Jockey Club.

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When It's Hard To Pick Losers. Pro. Tipsters' Bad Break. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

When It's Hard To Pick Losers, Pro. Tipsters' Bad Break. OOMETIMES it is nearly as hard ^ to tick a loser as it is a winner —that is when you want particularly to be on a loser. Ask any of the smarties who have a gullible punter in tow and decide to 'take the odds to it' themselves. They usually pick the worst 'billy- goat on the course, oniy iu occ mm run the race of his life and land the bacon. One of the professional tipsters who Inundate the country with their ?liter- ature and telegrams had a slice of shockingly bad luck in connection with the Anniversary Handicap. To air their knowledge of the rac ing game they make a review of the horses and usually give about 95 per cent, of the runners a winning chance, so that they be on the r)ght side when it comes to claiming having tipped the winner. Just for the sake of appearances they write one or two off as having no chance. One of these 'turf wizards' wrote this piece about Donald: Of course, If old Donald can win ±he Anniversary w...

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More Prize Money Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

More Prize Money Wanted. llfHEN Dan Moore told the I '*T R.J.C. committee that | they ought to keep faith with | the horseowners Mr Adair sug- I gested that the best way to do | that would be to increacs the | prize money. = This is a timely hint. The | ?*?- riyVcWa Buvriv inwnwj nnw ? «»**??« * [ :-*d by rapid stages from £300 | : to £150 per meeting. This | I was forced on the committee | } by the results they were show- £ I ing. But there is now evidence I E that things are improving for | i the club. No time should be 5 \ lost in raising the prize money. | E It is shockingly small for a 1 | club of this standing. |

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CHALLENGE—ANNIVERSARY DOUBLE. No Good To Backers [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

CHALLENGE— ANNIVERSARY DOUBLE. No Good To Backers . Sinters, whether they got in early or waited till the last minute, did no good over the ChallengeAnnivers ary double. The sprint race looked to be a match between Raisin and Remora, but although Remora managed to rUA second, Raisin was unplaced and tie winner turned up in the 20 to 1 shot, Venetian Lady. Thev fared little better in the sec ond leg of the double. John Buchan was a particularly strong tip for the Anniversary, and Jeypore was scarce ly less popular. The winner was Donald, who had won the Summer Cup and third ini Tattersalls, and generally has been I Blowing wonderful consistency for an

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THE TURF. SYDNEY, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE TURF. , SYDNEY, January 27. Ihe inquiry into the fall of Clarence, ridden by J. Pratt at Moorefield on January Sth closed to-day. The stewards found that it was im possible tu attach the blame to any particular rider. SYDNEY, January L'7. The Lisiuore Cup resulted — Buy croft 7-G (Anghani) ], Jimmy Poiterel, 7-3 (Pringlei 2, Lugau Lass', 7-12 (Ledger) 3. Five others started. Betting: 7 to 2 v. Logan Lass, li Boycroft, 10 Jimmy Poitrel. Won by a neck, with a length between second and third. Time, ] .,50.

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MACKAY RACES. SENSATIONAL SPILL MACKAY, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

? MACKAY RACES. . * SENSATIONAL SPILL. -UAcKAiT, January 2-j. ine races yesterday afternoon were marked by u beusational epill when three horses c:.n:e down in the Fourth Vivmou. Jo-.-kty Breiman sustained a broken arm and two other jockeys wcro ^nocked unconscious. Coming to the bend Sweet Glide waa regarded as the best of good things but I when negotiat-ng the .corner at the' top of the fctraigLt, he.. fell. In quick «p. wssion Culpaioo ( 1\ M'Nally). au-l Lordly iK. Licnnanfcame down. King Gozard and Go!den Bar had remarkable escape* and they went on to fill first and second places respectively, witu Chryslyvan third and Boblig fourth. Brennan sustained a broken forearm and injuries to his head, while O'Brien an.i M'Aally were iv a semi-conscious condi tion for some time but recovered. Be yond a eevere shaking they were un injured. In the circumstances they had remarkable escapes. Results :— .Second Division— DAVE BROWN (\V. O'Brien) 1, Prince Dooloogru (T. O'Mara) 2, iloonraker ...

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

Good Competition for Best Wool 'The irregular, faulty wasteful descriptions unfortunately were still in evidence.' — Extract from 'Daily .Telegraph,' January 7th, 1930. Vita-Lick has proved beyond doubt under severe con ditions that it will improve the growth, quality and condition of wool. VITA-LICK LIMITED Stock Lick Specialists '£- 10? KENT STREET, SYDNEY '4 II JWaJter.'Beid and Co,'' 1*4, Sole Agents, WHAT DOES SPENDING COST? [ How much does It cost you to spend £100? The answer hi flBlOQ down and at least £4 per annum for the rest of your lite. j Yet what man would knowingl) spend £100 that put him under o^UgSy tion to pay £4 per year for life? ? j . a None, perhaps; but many do It unconsciously when they spend nton'ej; ~ ._, that might otherwise have earned Interest at 4 per cent. Indefinitely. , Every pound you spend has attached to it an, invisible string of pejinlef which you spend witii it . , ' | Keep your money in a Savings Account and 'earn, not spend 4 percent, Interes...

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

PRIMO CARNERA, the giant Italian boxer, In the 'caveman'' costum* he wore at the Joy of Life Pall recent 1/ held in the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.

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

TWIN CALVES.— This heifer is the property of Mr. F. Harth, Deeford, and has done her bit toward malnt alnlna the birth rate.

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

! ? ' ? ' ? '' ? mm-mri £12,000 IN PRIZES, 2 Firsts, 2 Seconds. Still Going Strong j Sold 2nd Prize 201 Art Union. I I Golden Casket. j Tickets: '- for 6/-. 2 for 1 1/6. 3 for 17/3. ' HOBART EVERY MAIL. I Tickets: 1 for 6/5, 2 for 12/3, 3 for 18/3. I Owen Daniel I WILLIAM STREET ? ROCKHAMPTON. ' I ; vtST- pock et~\iouth.orcan1 A^^WITH__MICROSCOP1C ! PICTUHE ' JOhHHBBHhUB The smallest in , H^flHBHHHH^J^cellen' tone. PUPBMM^fH'flflBMl perfectly tuned WMWWf -^ize It by i actual sue inch, jounce Wilt plav any lune splendidly. Best bronze reeds. ? niounted in brass reed-plates. Covers heavily. nickel-plaled. Shackle to hang on watch chain, i Tilted with powerful magnifying glass to vigv--, ? interesting picture. A wonderful curiosity. j , Only One Shilling, post free. ; iTHE UNION CO..' 29»EliMbeth Street, Mplb | CHISHOLM & GO/S GREAT JANUARY MARK-DOWN SALE. THE BARGAIN EVENT OF THE SEASON. MORE MANCHESTER BARGAINS. Towel Bargains of Outstanding Merit. TWO EXAMPLES OV THE WONDERF...

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

SADDLES /jL NO MORE BROKEN GULLETS. /^^^K^^OflS This is WALDUCKS' reinforced * JJ J^ * /~^j^-*4£t/j2r Gullet on world's best English Tree- //J^5«— / IT^*/^*^ ' 1 guarantee the Gullet for 12 fl/M//' }} /t/f months. Should it break I will re- ,. lf£mw-' j^Jflff/r place it Free of Cost ' lw!% ' ^iL'tI If you are not satisfied when you l^^rj t/| see the poods return them to me If- ' ' . If I t and £ will Refund your money and JU III pay all expenses incurred.. Write IU 111 me and I will send photos and full Au iff particulars of my unbreakable Ivy ill FRED C. WALDUCK, %\^W I SADDLER. T\ \ I lit ALL HAND WORK J'T^C J^T NO MACHINES CJSED. VJ^^~-2' Robe-street, Newmarket, I /fc^**'''^' ' BRISBANE. ^__ -l// rR SALE, cheap, Massey-Harris HAY LOADER and Side Delivery Rake, also 6 in. Brass Plunger Pump; all in first-clase order. J. X. CQATES* B§r yeston. A' ' t Daily™' Mishaps Make ZAM-BtiK A Dally Need! WHETHER used for a bruised knee, cut, burn, poisoned finger, grazed fore head, or a sprai...

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NAVAL CONFERENCE THE STAGE IS NOW SET CONTINENTAL PRESS OPINION. LONDON, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

NAVAL CONFERENCE THE STAGE IS NOW SET CONTINENTAL PRESS OPINION. LONDON, January 22. The Continental Press expresses dif ferent opinions regarding the opening speeches at, the Naval Conference, but the general consensus of opinion is that l here is a hopeful outlook. The 'Petit Parisien' says: — 'The King knew well what he was doing by this sacrifice of Britain's naval supremacy. He was saving his Em pire. It was a greut moment and pro Pcrtiuax, writing in the 'Echo de Paris' say.s: — 'One sought vainly for light in Mr. MueDunakTs speech in the opaque mist wliijli surrounded him.' The Berlin paper, '?Deutsche Allegc meine Zoituug,'' likens Mr. H. L. Stim son's speech to a beacon light. It conveys the impression that the Ame rican conception of disarmament is progressing. EXPLORING DIFFICULTIES. LONDON, January 22. ltchinrl all today's activities lies one desire — to nxplahi points of view hitherto not clear. Thus the British and l-'rcnch delega tion led oft' in the forenoon with a t...

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MONSOONS AND CYCLONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

MONSOONS AND CYCLONES. The term nioinuuii— a corruption of (he Malay -'mooseeiu,' meaning 6eason, is frequently misunderstood and con futed with (he term cyclone. Probably this is fostered by the fact of both bringing vain, though thu monsoona! rains are more general and are not nearly so torrent in I us are the down pours which usually attend a cyclone. Yet both are due primarily to the same cause, i.e., a system of winds operat ing round an area of low pressure. to, disnose of the cyclone first. Tim only difference between it and a mon soon is that a cyclone is much smaller in area, more violent in force, and fol lows more or less well-defined tracks. The most destructive originate to the south-east of New Guinea, and their normal track is toward the coast of Queensland. At fitet they may be but a few miles in diameter, but they ex pand as they move along their track, and cover a much wider field. They also lose intensity as they spread out, until the lower pressure within Jt^flll...

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