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AERIAL TRAGEDY. PLANE LANDS. PARIS, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

AERIAL TRAGEDY. ; PLANE LANDS. PARIS, January 22. An air taxi; which conveyed four pas sengers, from Amiens to Havre to tec a football match on the 19th, started for home after the match, but did not rea*?h its destination. Searchers found the wrecked plane on t.ho cliffs near Dieppe to-day. The pilot, and the four passengers were dead. ? Later. The aeroplane, which was wrecked at Dieppe, and which involved the death of five persons, landed about 15 yards fmru ihe\ edge of a cliff, but its momen tum carried H over and it fell 200 ft. Thrpo bodies were discovered nearby. entirely naked. All i lie bones in each body had been broken. The body of a woman passenger i- mining. -.. . ? ?- ?- . --:

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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"EAT MORE FRUIT" BRITAIN DID. LONDON, January 22 [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

?' EAT MORE FRUIT v BRITAIN DID. L0\TDC-X, Januarv 2i. 'The rear ]929- showed a record con sumption of fruit in Croat Britain,'' says the Empira-Marketiiig-.Bo&rd-'g j-«-.. port. It sets out that the total imported and hom« supplies amounted to 33,433.000 cwt., fln average of almost 82 1b. per head of population: The in crease was due to larger domestic crops, jombined with heavy imports, especi ally of oranges and bananas.

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AT LOW EBB. AUSTRALIAN CREDIT. LONDON, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

AT LOW EBB. AUSTRALIAN CREDIT. LONDON, .lunuarr o;. A director of a London 'ini''e of * well known Australian iclail clothiers informed tlie Australian Pie-s- Associ3 lion that all vv.-ic exireincly iHutiou. iii granting n.'dhe in \ i,Mv of the con inued Australian trade depression, a'r i li« taritf. which were resulting in frt ? I'.mnt. cancellations. Already big AiiKtralian t-v,porlei-. niirj liad liarl no difficulty in obtaining money during the land boom, had re. ? {nested London wholesale dealers to e\ lend for three months Hoonimudation which »ai grained under |uotpKi. It is understood that. Irarle in so depressed that exporters are. increaiv ingly reluctant to afWd Ion;; i-re-.lit-.' One remarked. -| -.|iu,|.|,.| in thin^: wlmt will happen dining t lie Australia!-, winie:-. as tlie position is gr«vp al rp.odr.''

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ECONOMIC COUNCILS. TO BE APPOINTED. LONDON, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

ECONOMIC COUNCILS TO BE APPOINTED. LOKDON, January 22. In the House of Commons to-day, The Prime Minister (Mr. Ramsay MacDonald). announced that the Gov ernment Lad decided to appoint- an Economic Advisory Council, of which he would be chairman. The Council would absorb the existing committee of civil research and he hoped to secure 1he services of two old time econom ist f. A White Paper would shortly be issued explaining the Council's jrope and functions. The Foreign Secretary (Mr. Hender son), in answer to a question regarding the result of the resumption of Anglo Russian relations, baid that instruc tions had been issued permitting the endorsement of British passports for travel in Kussia and the Government'* export credit scheme was made applic able to ?exports to Russia. Dr. Druinmoiul Shiels (UnderSeere tary for the Colonies), in answer to a. question, said that the 'Xotes ex changed with the. Soviet regarding the applicability 1o the Dominions of tnfl undertaking in respect ...

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CHART SHOWING TRACK OF AUSTRALIAN HURRICANES AND RELATED TROPICAL STORMS FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

CHART SHOWING TRACK OF AUSTRALIAN HURRICANES AND RELATED TROPICAL STORMS FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY. ; ? ..,„? I ™ „. -ell imn the himicane or cyclone season, on which We depend ma,nly.for our summer rams. Th,8 chart shows ihe grades if ',i r----d'-d c^I«' '^L U.: Period of white occupation. Figures on the tracks ,nd,cate Ae date and post™ or centre of sorms. I*,. I,'', V.'.! tn-a * ^niiacniicnjcnl of track. Thick portions of track indicate approximately where damage occurred, it wry. (Maps V - courtesy of Commonweal Ji Meteorological Bureau.)

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THE ARAB. IN THE EARLY DAYS. ROCKHAMPTON, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE ARAB, IN THE EARLY DAYS. ROCKHAMPTON. January 23. 'Interested' writes: — 'In the 'C.Q. Herald' of last week rNative» inquire* as to whether any Arab horses were ever imported into Queensland. He mentions one, but I never heard the name before. 1 dare say many others, who are not interested in the Arab ateed, are in the same boat. I have in my possession a book which gives the names of the various studs in Queensland in the seventies and the names of the Bircs and mare. ? In go inrr Miivuivti -li pin it. IK rntlipr Kiimris- ? ing to find what a lot of Arab blood there was in Queensland in those days. I have gone to the trouble to pick out anything with Arab blood and here is the list, from which 'Native' will see there was; one imported Arab stal lion in Queensland over 50 years ago, and I am certain that since then others were imported. The list is as follows, and I fancy it is riot complete, as some of the names in the pedigrees have a distinct Arabian touch, though there is no...

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WITHDRAWN. SPECIAL PRIVILEGES. SHANGHAI, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

WITHDRAWN. SPECIAL PRIVILEGES. SHANGHAI, January 25. A fctorm of protest has arisen from local missionary circles at the an nouncement of the British Foreigu Sec retary (Mr. Arthur Hcnuersci-), thai special privileges to British missionar ies have been abolished. The privileges are principally permis sion to own property and reside ^n non treaty ports iind virtually all the pro tectiou afforded by extraterritoriality. The abolition of privileges, said one missionary, places every British, and possibly every foreign, missionary at the mercy of bandits. The position of missionaries in the centre of China will | l-e doubly precarious when protection has been officially withdrawn. Mr. Henderson's statement was to tally unexpected. A conference has been convened loc ally for the purpose of protesting against the Foreign Minister's action

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

ST. LOUIS'S CONVENT BOARDING SCHOOL. FOR BOYS UNDER FOURTEEN , YEARS, OF AGE! CONDUCTED Pv THE SISTERS OF MERCY, KOONGAL This Boarding School is situated lii - a healthy position on the slopes xf- the Berserker Range, overlooking the Fitz toy River. lt is connected, by .Train and Tram with Rockhampton, ? from which it is only three miles distant. TERMS ON APPLICATION TO : SISTER SUPERIOR. ? !&\ylJwK \k k WS§ f BRAINS WIN jj ALWATCS! l! rpO succeed is not easy, but it !; *? i» the only thing in business that is worth while ; to have a ; chance you must be fie all the time. , Monday morning must find you - able, with a clear brain and vibrant energy, to do your job a ; little better than the others. If you keep this up the inevitable \ . ! result is promotion. ' j| ii Fisher's ] GREATNERVETONIC j I Feeds the Brain1 and Bullitiht N*r»u j ! At ALL CHEMISTS AND STOMS I 1/3. Four times the quantity, 3/« j | »BEG1N A COURSE TO-DAY* j

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

Crown Prtnoe Umberto of Italy between his titter*, the Princesses Giovanni and Maria, praying at the Tomb of St. Peter during Iho visit which they have just paid to the Pope.

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

LATTICE PANELS READY TO ERECT. CAN BK SUPPLIED any size. Made of yiieon-laiiu Pine H in. by 3/S. Pamtol liefure nailing together. All neees'wi-y -lop* ?u|ijiiiiJ. . tccurely pncKeil in fi-s; ? »?- I'NKlOilT PAID BY; US 'Id Niniii's! Railway Station. STOCK SIZES AND PRICES. £ s. -1. .1 ft. liy ('.ft ? . 1 7 0 :f ft. by 7 ft ? . . Ill 6 :t ft. by S ft ? 1 16 0 3 ft. by 0 ft. .. ? 2 0 6 4 ft. by fi ft. .. .. .... .. 1 16 0 4 ft. by 7 ft ? 2 2 0 4 ft. by 8 ft ? 280 i ft. by 9 ft ? 2 14 0 DO YOU REQUIRE A LADDER? Ordinary Step-ladder 3/-- per ft. Handy Plain Rung Ladder 1/6. ycr ft. Paint ei.s\ Trestles, 3/- per ft. Extension Ladders in 2 Sections. Closed, 8 ft., extends to 14 ft. £1/12/-. Closed, 9 ft, extends to lfi ft.. £1/10/ Closed. 10 ft, extends to 18 ft., £2. PRICES QUOTED FOR 3 SECTIONS SAFETY PLATFORM STEP LADDERS 4 ft. to platform, can reach 10 ft. £1/2/0. .') ft. to platform, can reach 11 ft., £1/5/-. f. ft. to platform, can reach 12 ft. ' £1/8/6. R. M PARRIS & COY., ...

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

^^ ' ?? ?' =g~ -~— I ^ ? ,.,!_ ? ' ? 'I' I ? . „? , „ fc FINE TAILORING h ? _flffi#jWMral A man who wishes to be well dressed should SB . L v^nI^^^^HK^^HMH : make sure that his Clothes are made of the -v 'Lov^v^^^^SJ^B^^Bn \ Best Quality Fabrics, and see that they are ^Qi- ^V/S^y\~NN^3BK^^H| ; , cut to fit him perfectly, and so add distinc- ? *i$7s fflky 'vNv ^v nI^M^I He should also make sure that he possesses jk JmJusS/l yf^^N INP^^M Suits to meet his requirements for day or ' Iff rgfMfcsRr S BFwRSm evening occasions, thus enabling him to meet \/ ^Wm\\( J^*^ -^^IJw51l! any man on a plane of equality. lift m!f!r1 s S f\ ^HV^^H Stewart's have won their reputation for . II 1 WU 1 w— ^K^jbJJJ Better Class Tailoring to Measure by years II I W /\ VB^flr/j JPI of practical experience, and painstaking |j|j| y A\a \ ywlfflJUU You'll appreciate the variety we offer in Su- r™=7 /]{ / file&Sff&jj^BsSSBu perior Quality Suitings, as well as the I^Tf A I J^^AmK^^HH moderation of ...

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

THE PRODUCERS' AGENCY. » ? The Queensland Primary Producers' Co-operative Association. WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS/ FAT STOCK — STORE STOCK, AND ^PROPERTY SALESMEN. FAT CATTLE AND SHEEP BY AUCTION WEEKLY ; '? . . AT ROCKHAMPTON YARDS. Doing Business purely on Co-operative Principles. For the Seventh Year in Succetcion, the supporters have received the following Commission Re bates:— WOOLv. . . .. 40 PER CENT FAT STOCK . . 30 PER CENT PRODUCE ... 30 PER CENT ' ALL PRODUCERS ARE QUALIFIED TO HOLD SHARES IN THIS ? - - PROGRESSIVE ORGANISATION. W. H. KETTLE, Rockhamptw Manager ,

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THE GOLDEN WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE GOLDEN WEDDING (For the 'Central Queensland Herald.1 ') The Hyland family were at dinner when old Tom, known as 'Hungry' Hyland, remarked to his two sons and daughter, 'Mum an' ineself will ha' bin married 50 years come this day week, won't me, mum?' ''YT'ES, Tom. we will,' mum replied,] 'jroihiess me, how tims does i fly.' 'What are you going to do about it. dad?' inquired Jim, his eldest son, 'give a big spree to celebrate it.' 'Oh, dad, da.' entreated Mabel, 'and aBk all the neighbours, it'll be great fun.' 'Too rite it will.' said dad, 'fun fer them blokes that ud get a skinful of good tucker an' boose, but ho«r erbout me, who'd have ter pay fer it; not much fuu fer me, that's erbout ther size of it. aint it, mum?' But Tom's lifelong ally failed him this time. 'Well dad,' she replied, 'We have plenty, and thank God for it,, bo why not celebrate it, 'twill be a bit of 'enjoyment for the children, they don't get much of it, goodness knows.' 'Don't get much enjoyment? Spare me ...

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

It M. BOLTON & CO., LIMITED, || GREAT ANNUAL SALE OF ALL SUMMER DRAPERY. | I: STUPENDOUS BARGAIN OFFERINGS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. i ;[_ ? '' ? 1 ' ? j i' BUCK CASHMERE i HOSE, 55 in. LOOM DAMASK, 1/11 40 in. PILLOW COTTON 2/3 29 .in. JAP CREPE, White, CREPE BLOOMERS, all col- I I ''TttBl'tt * * 4- ''* SALE PRICE 1/6 M ^ SALE PRICE 1/7 Y.rd. 8£ J? »A I*'** «? ?- W- «- °S' »' P* ! | sim *™j 3 fc ? __ ? ' SALE 7d. Y«rd, 6/6 DoKn. SALE PRICE 1/4 Pab j ?[ 'SPECIAL 3/11. '??? FANCY ART M0SLUI- ?*? is ta. « 18 in. SERVIETTES M. ? — : -; ? ? «n nirt uj w -/1 *?*? ' 38 In. MOUSSELINE DE SOIE, CREPE NIGHTDRESSES, aU : I!' BOYS'. SINGLETS PJU.W..L »£»«»»»', I/I ^ 5d. Each, 4/U Do, W^ U*O«* ** ^ ^ W, ^ „. 3/u. -- Sice 22 in. to £t» ra. a/». ? _..,.. ? — ? — ? c*ir noire 1/9 v— a I SALE PRICE 3/./ » „. STRIPED TWEED 1/11 MnSnlllTn NF.T. S-d.l Pnc V _ '''^ j !i COTTON .ATH.NGSU.TS^ ^ SALE PR.CE 1/Z Y^. ? » ^ '« '? »* »,' ^ij. LINE ««**. **. CREpE _. „ „,_ j !- piece, Sue 28 u. to 36 in. 3/11...

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UNITED STATES. WASHINGTON, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

UNITED STATES. WASHINGTON, Januarv 22. r The Census Bureau reports that the bopulation of the United States totaifc 521,951,856. The Bureau registered a birth every 13 seconds, a death every 23 seconds, and an immigrant to the country every half-minute. An- immigrant leaves every five minutes. WASHINGTON, January 25. fever among human beings the Presi dent (Mr. Hoover) has declared an em bargo against the importation .9$ bird?

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INCREASED POWERS, FOR COMMONWEALTH. CANBERRA, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

INCREASED POWERS, FOR COMMONWEALTH. CANBERRA, Januarv ±- The Prime Minister (Mr. Scullu, said to-day that the question of a re ferendum on increased powers for the Commonwealth Government was still un der consideration, and he was unable t - give any indication as to when it woulu be held. Two months at least must, elapse, after Parliament met in March, before even the preliminaries could be, com menced. He and the Attorney-Geuerai (Mr. Brennan) would be conferring on tbe subject before Cabinet met next week, and it was possible that some thing would then he done.

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MAIZE POOL. GROWERS' GRIEVANCE. ATHERTON. January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

MAIZE POOL. GROWERS* GRIEVANCE. ATHERTGN. January 24. The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. H. F. Walker) met a gathering of 200 maize growers of the Tableland at Tolga yesterday in connection with the nor thern maize pool. Many speeches were made by grow ers, during which several grievances were aired and noted by the Minister. The consensus of opinion among about an nhn annko was that the erowers were fairly satisfied with the pool system, but the Atherton pool could not func tion properly until a State-wide pool or Federal pool was created. The Minister, in reply, said if a State-wide pool were created all the Atherton troubles would vanish, and he would do all possible as Minister and a fellow farmer for the State pool. Ths Federal Government had no power to create a Commonwealth pool, but hs would bring the question forward at tbe next conference of Agricultural Minis ters, though he had little hope of the result. ? The unfortunate thing about good resolutions is that they are ofte...

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THE COAL CRISIS. "ALL OUT" POLICY ADVOCATED. COMMUNISTS IN EVIDENCE. A SECRET BALLOT. SYDNEY, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE COAL CRISIS. ' ALL OUT ' POLICY ADVOCATED. . COMMUNISTS IN EVIDENCE. A SECRET BALLOT. SYDNEY, January 22. The Management Board of the wes tern miners at Lithgow to-day decided.to submit the question of an 'all out' policy to a secret ballot. Many of the lodges had passed 'reso- lutions asking the Board to put an 'all out' policy into effect and, since this, a conference at Newcastle has decided that the southern and western miners snouia remain a.t worn. , FEDERAL GOVERNMi ? ATTACKED. SYDNEY, January 22. Fiery speeches, urging the Federal Government to take control of the coal situation, characterised a special La bour conference, which was held in ths Trades Hall to-day. The Federal Cabinet was represented by the Assistant Minister for Industry (Mr. Beasley) and Labour members of the Federal and State Parliaments, offi cials of the Miners' Federation and other union representatives attended. The Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin), the Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. Blake Jey), the Tr...

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

SHIRE OF BANANA. TRIENNIAL ELECTION 1930— OCCUPIER FRANCHISE. NOTICE is hereby given that the laEt meeting of the Council at which amendments or alterations in the B^ate Book may be made will be held on the 7th day of March, 1930, at. 9.30 a.m. The local Autliori ties' Act now pro vides that only those persons whose names are inserted in the Rate Book as occupiers of rateable lands are en titled to enrolment on the Voters' Roil for the triennial election in April, 1930. Any person in actual occupation ot rateable land, that is an owner occupy ing his own land or a lessee or tenant holding a legal tenancy of rateable land ; or Any person entitled to the legal pos session of rateable land ; Is entitled to have his name inserted in the Rate Book as occupier. Any person desiring an alteration or amendment pf the Rate Book in regard to the occupier of rateable land, must communicate in writing with the under signed on or before the day preceding the meeting of the Council. Dated at Banan...

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RABBITS. EMBARGO REMOVED. BRISBANE, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

RABBITS.; EMBARGO REMOVED. BRISBANE, January 23. Recently the Federal Government de cided to remove the embargo; on An gora, Chinchilla and' hutch fur-bearing rabbits, and regulations under which these animals may be kept in Queens land have been approved. The regulations prescribe that every person wishing to keep rabbits must uuunui n, iiiiCJiOD livui tuo X/CLfal WJ4DUU of Agriculture, the fee being accord ing to the number of rabbits kept. The license to keep up to 25 is 10s. and the fee proportionately increases with the number of rabbits until it reaches £2 for anyone keeping from 201 to 40'J rabbits. For each hundred or part thereof a further 10s. is charged. Rabbits must at all times be main tained in rabbitproof enclosures, which must be kept padlocked at night and at all other times when not under direct personal supervision. Rabbits must be kept in hutches with in the enclosure, and the hutches must also be kept padlocked. The carcases of all rabbits dying from disease and...

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