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EMPIRE PREFERENCE. EXTENSION URGED. LONDON, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

EMPIRE PREFERENCE. EXTENSION URGED. LONDON, January 22. The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Philip Snowden), Lord Birkenhead, the Agent-General for New South \Vale& (Sir George Fuller), the Agent-General for Victoria (Mr. W. Leitch), and the Agent-General for Queensland (Mr. li. H. Macartney), were present at a lun cheon given in honour of Sir James Smith (South Africa) by the Empire Sugar ceaeraiion at \vuicn. jur. u, u. jsi. a. Amery, M.P., presided. Mr. Amery urged that Britain should, if necessary, extend the Dominion pre ference, thus safeguarding Empire pro ducers against dumping. Sir James Smith said that Soulh Africa was experimenting with the pro duction of motor spirit from inferior sugar and hoped to cheapen petrol. He believed that sugar eventually might become a by-product of cane. South Africa was prepared to communicate any information to the rest of the Em pire.

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M'COWAN BEFORT COURT COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. BRISBANE, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

M'COWAN BEFORT COURT COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. . BRISBANE. January 23. Four charges of theft, involving £6644, were preferred against Robert M'Cowan, 04, solicitor, when he ap peared on remand in the Police Court to-day. M'Cowan had been previously charged with stealing £716, the property of Wil liam Joseph Brown, and £3112 2s. 5d., the property of Elizabeth Ann Bcatty. To-day he was further charged witli liieajin^ z^doz xub. ou-, nmui uuu uuiuc into his possession on acocunt of Wii-j Ham Joseph Brown, and with stealing, £1000 the property of Joseph Thomas' Tucker. *? Giving evidence on the second charge Detective Laiug said that, on Decem ber 26th, he slowed the accused a che que for £5200, drawn by the Common wealth sub-Treasury bearing the endorse ment of Elizabeth Ann Beady. vVitncsi said, 'Mrs. Bcatty tells me thai this cheque was paid to you and was in payment for property Bhe sold to the Commonwealth Government for the pur pose of establishing an aerodrome at Rocklea. She-says -th...

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SALVATION ARMY. LAWSUIT ENDS. LONDON, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

SALVATION ARMY, LAWSUIT ENDS. LONDON, January 21. ' General Higgins won a lawsuit in which he asked that the executors of the estate of the late General Booth should be directed to transfer to Gene ral Higgins, the sole trustee, the deeds of the Salvation Army, real and per sonal property, at present vested in them and formerly vested in General Booth. Mr. Justice Clauson, giving judg ment, said the executors were placed in a difficult position by the attitude of General Booth aud had no recourse open to them other than to go to law. He directed that the costs of all parties be paid out of the trust funds, ' LONDON, January 27. General Higgins, speaking at Belfast, said that the capital assets of the Salvation Army should no longer be held by a single individual, but by trus tees. In future the General would have no power to appoint a successor. The choice would be vested in a body having the full power of selection. He proposed to establish an age limit for Army officers and hinted...

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BURNS' ANNIVERSARY. BARCALDINE CALEDONIANS. BARCALDINE, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

BURNS' ANNIVERSARY. BARCALDINE CALEDONIANS. BARCALDINE, Januaw 27. The Caledonians celebrated Burns anniversary in the A.O.F. Hall on Ssatur. day night. Much enthusiasm prevailed. About 70 attended. Heavy rain made it impossible to hear the addresses, but nevertheless a good time was spent in community singing, etc., until 11.30. Tha Chairman (Mr. 0. C. Whitelaw) 6aid that the resusicated Association now bad a financial 'menibershin of 35 and hoped to have 80 very shortly. BERLIN, January 26. Songs of Robert Burns have been banned by the Catholic episcopal autho rities of the famous Baverian town o! Ratisbon. The reason given is that they are im moral and are liable to corrupt the innocence of impressionable children. The ban is the outcome of a perform ance by Joseph Hayden's composition of Scottish and Welsh folk songs, to gether -with a lecture by Hayden on Burn*.

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GHANDI DEFIANT. TRIAL OF STRENGTH. LONDON, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

GHANDI DEFIANT. TRIAL OF STRENGTH. LONDON, January 23. Ghandi, the leader of the extreme Na tionalists, declares defiance of British power in 'an- -exclusive interview with the special correspondent of thu 'Daily Express,' Mr. C. jietclium. He said 'The trial of strength is at' hand. Events depend entirely on the British Government, for we will not participate in any conference now or in the future unless called to consi der our complete break with Great Bri tain. ''Xou will find our men and women in cottages spinning for hour after hour. .This means a nation-wide boy cott against foreign cloth and must eventually mean the end of Britisli pre dominance in industry.' CALCUTTA, January 23. Subhas Chandra Bos, the leader of the Bengal Congress, and eleven other* weie sentenced to a year's hard lab our by a Calcutta magistrate to-day for sedition in connection ' with the holding of a procession in August. The magistrate declared that people had a right to criticise the Govern ment, but ...

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ANOTHER SOLO FLIGHT. ENGLAND—AUSTRALIA. CHICHESTER'S- ACHIEVEMENT. WELTERVREDEN, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

ANOTHER SOLO FLIGHT. ENGLAND-AUSTRALIA. CHICHESTER'S- ACHIEVEMENT. WELTERVEEDEN, January 22. Captain Chichester left for Kampang Island, Lombom. WELTEVREDEN, January 22. Captain Chichester landed at Tegal, three hour6 from Batavia, owing to bad weather. WELTKEVEDEN, January 22. Captain F. Chichester, the New Zea land airman, after a short stay at le gal, Java, proceeded to Sourabaya, where he arrived yesterday afternoon. He left Sourabaya this morning for Koepanfr. WELTERVREDEN, January 22. Captain Chichester arrived at Biraa. SYDNEY, January 24. New Zcalanders in Sydney are mak ing arrangements to give their country man, Captain F. Chichester, a fitting reception whsn he arrives from England to Australia. Captain Chichester may reach Dar win -it any moment. WELTEVREDEN, January 24. Frances Chichester, the New Zealand airman, arrived at Atamboea. He will leave to-morrow morning for Darwin. DARWIN, January 25. Chichester landed this afternoon at 3 o'clock. During an interview later, ...

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

PRESENTS FOR MEN. Moray's June Roses Sets, containing Shaving Bowl, i'alcum and Bath Soap, 20/- Set Yardley's Lavender Set, Soap, Talcum, Solid and Briiliantine and Shaving Soap, 17/- Each. Du Barry's Silkashave Shaving Soap in walnut bowl, 10/- Each; in Glass, 5/6; in Ebony, 13/6. Yardley's Shaving Bowl, 4/6 Each. Morn's Tortoiseshell Shaving Bowl 6/- Each., SKINNER & MAHER, 'TOILET AND PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS, EAST-STREET, - ROCKHAMPTON. 'PHONE 1138. ' . i ? ?....*'?'????... WMcmsmt .. THAN MARK ' - . ? . ~~ .-.; GUNS AND AMMUNITION - Safe— Sure— Accurate ' rT'lHE BOY who'does his first shooting with a ,:x. ,/ 1 Winchester)'.22 caliber rifle, will shoot a *-\ / Winchester all his life. And he will always sHobt \ I Winchester Ammunition in Winchester Guns.' 1 y\s Winchester Staynless Rim Fire Cartridges are / fj ideal ammunition for. a small-bore rifle. They / if will not^rust or pit the bore. This saves you ^?S I the bother of constantly cleaning the barrel and \ v. protects...

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EILESON'S PLANE. WRECK LOCATED. GRAND FORKS (North Dakota). January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

EILESON'S PLANE. WRECK LOCATED. GRAND FORKS (North Dakota! T .lanuarv '?£(-. Olo Eielson, lather of the flyer, Lieut. Bon Eielson, leceived a telegram from one of the searching pilots, Lieut. Cros son : '? Sorry tr- inform you found Ben'* 'plane badly wrecked 90 miles east ot North Cape, buried deep in 8now. Did not locate bodies. Very evident they were killed instantly. The pilot's cock pit was torn away with engine, which lies 100 ft. from cabin. Despatching dog team to excavate snow around plane — Joe Gossan.'' Eielson 's 'plane has been missing for 79 days. Apparently it crashed on No vember fith while Eielson was attempt ing to reach Notth Cape. Many 'planes have been searching desperately. NEW YORK, January 26. A message from the motor ship Nanuk, at North Cape, Siberia, statee Gossan and Gillam, accompanied by a sailor from t!ie vessel and an agent ot the Gostorg Trading Co., departed for the scene of the wreck of Eielson 's 'plane. They will pndeavonr to shovel away the enow...

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

The End of the Sixty Years of Strife between the Italian State and the Vatican.— With splendour ?''table to the owMlon. the King of Italy, accompanied by the Queen, on December 6th, vls.ted th. Pope at ^the V««. can knelt before him, and kissed his ring. The King and Queen of Italy are shown here In the Vatican san' Loggia after the Pope's audience.

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A BOLD STEP. DE RIVERA'S APPEAL. MADRID, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

A BOLD STEP. DE RIVERA'S APPEAL MADRID, January 20. The seriousnrss of the political situa tion is waning. The power of the dictatorship was evidenced to-day in a remarkable Gov ernment communique to all military and naval heads, in which the Dictator (General Primo De Rivera) declared that he was voluntarily submitting himself ' to {sensational and decisiv-J tests,' by asking the army and the navy publicly if he et.il) deserved their con fidence. He added that if this were not forth coming his resignation would be handed in within five minutes of the verdict. Girls arc to be tried by the principal Jjondon messenger agency, as there is a growing shortage of boys, owing are allowing them to attend trade Schools.

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UNPOPULAR. AUSTRALIAN LOANS. LONDON, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

UNPOPULAR. AUSTRALIAN LOANS. LONDON. January 27. The 'Financial News,' in a leading article entitled 'Australian Jjoans,' points out that since the election in October brought a sweeping victory to labour, Australian loans have been un popular on the London market. The.papei adds 'The decline is great enough to put Australian loans in a class, quite distinct from what they were. The fact that the change occur l'a/l in hha TttfAntli fliaf I dhnnr 4 .-.r*L- nf fice may be due to London's distrust in the Labour Party, hut two other in fluences, probably of greater import ance, are the steadily deteriorating prices at the wool sales and, secondly, Australia's financial position, which makes conversions and fresh borrow ings difficult. The seriousness of the position may be exaggerated, but both the Loan Council and wool industry realise the seriousness of t!ie situation und are taking steps towards an im provement.'

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A BOMBSHELL. IN AUSTRALIA HOUSE. LONDON, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

A BOMBSHELL. IN AUSTRALIA HOUSE. LONDON, January :':. 4 I ouilishell from AusrraliH. devas tated the Migration Department at Australia House. The Australian Press Association is reliably informed that Mr. Barnes has lif-en given three months' notice of the termination of his services, and also the permanent staff, except seven rou tine employees who have been declared to be supporters of the Labour Party. ](. is understood that Mr. Manning* services will be retained temporarily. Officials are most reticent and mere ly express regret. Their enthusiasm lias been definitely curbed. One said that the writing was on the wall since Mr. Scullin took office, and there was no doubt that the Prime Minister woud permit the Caucus dic tatorship of the policy of ''Spoils lo the Victors.' Migration has suffered continuous blows from Mr. Scullin and this amounts to a knock out. It will cost Australia thousands of pounds to build up what has now been raised, regard less of national prestige. k is n...

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

W. HOSKINGS, Wowan. OFFERS:- ? 521 ACRES GOOD SCRUBLAND, about 100 acres under Rhodes grass, about 50 acres cultivation, partly fenced. cultivation enclosed with nettinsr. watered by waterhole. 8 miles from Wowan PRICE £500, on very Eas; Terms. A BUTCHERING BUSi-NESS dean* i to 11 bodies, 3 pigs and 3 sheep per week. Vendor will sell shop and land, residence, plant, and slaughter yards, or a lease of the lot onlr. Full par ticulars on application. 1036 ACRES of DON RIVER, about a milee from Wowan, fenced and divided. cultivation, milking yards, shed, ga rage, nice cottage, good dairying coun try, watered by two wells ani iagccri PRICE £1035. \-ry easy term?. LIVE STOCK. 10 Grade I.M.S. Heifers, from the beifc herd in the district, 1 to 3 months ofl calving, £10/10/- per head. 20 Grade Jersey Heifers, good quality, £6/10/- (or will sell a pick). Registered Jersey Bull, age 3* veers, £21. 15 YEARLING HEIFERS, pure bred and grade IMS., all dams tested, 2 years age. by registered Blackl...

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LONGREACH OIL. COMMERCIAL USE. LONGREACH, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

LONGREACH OIL. COMMERCIAL USE. . LONGREACH, January 22L To-day goes down as red letter day in Longreach oil circles. Oil from the Longreach veil 'was used commercially in Mr. L. CBriea's spring-making furnace, which is drives by crude oil. The furnace was run in the ordinary manner with Longreach oil and the local product acted with the same efficiency as the imported crude oil. The experiment created great enthu RifiRTn a.tiH rpairlAnfa viminliaA f.liA tftailk when the railway locomotive will ~be driven with Longreach oil An important factor, if the oil (part be brought in here, is that Mt. Isa1 is a ready market. Mr. Urquhart has in formed the principals of the Longreach and Oriomo companies that if the oil is produced in Longreach, Mt. Isa wou!£- use * nothing else. The oil sands have now been mudded off with plastic mud and a plug of ce ment placed on the top of the mud. Arrangements fqr the general cement ing are well in hand and the work is expected to be completed early next ...

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MR. JUSTICE BEEBY. MAKES ANOTHER INTERIM AWARD. LEGALITY MAY BE TESTED. INTERIM AWARD. MELBOURNE, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

MR. JUSTICE BEEBY. MAKES ANOTHER INTERIM AWARD. LEGALITY MAY BE TESTED. 1MTER1M AWARD. MELBOURNE, January 23. A surprise -was caused in tho' Com monwealth Arbitration Court this morning when Mr. Justice Beeby madrf another interim award for the mining industry, prescribing that until Feb ruary 18th all further wages and con ditions existing before March, 1929.. should be paid and observed. 11 ? TT ? ..... J.. 4l«». .«„? ??*) .1 f trt 1' nib nunour uiiiuu me nTKtt'*- «...«»— delivering judgment on legal objections taken by the coalowuers to the court proceeding with the hearing of the di3- puts relating to the new log of wages and conditions for the mining industry. Delivering his judgment he said: — 'I find that a lispute extending beyoud the limits of one State of which, the Court can, and Bhould, take cognisance, exists, and forthwith proceed with the hearing of the dispute. In my opinion the facts are entirely different from tnose on wmen ue oiuui leicinug «,«-.-? disput-s to the...

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LABOUR COUNCIL. A GARDEN SUCCESS. SYDNEY, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

LABOUR COUNCIL. A GARDEN SUCCESS. - SYDNEY, January 24. The annual election cf executive officers of the Labour Council resulted in a victory for the faction supporting Jock Garden. The voting is regarded as a setback for the Red element. Garden was elected secretary and -f. Kavanagh, regarded as one of Mr. Gar den's .keenest opponents, was defeated for the position of organiser.. The defeated representatives were angry when the results were announced and denounced the successful candi dates, who regarded themselves as the more moderate of the two factious.

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STRANGLED CHILD. FOUND IN SUITCASE. SYDNEY, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

STRANGLED CHILD. FOUND IN SUITCASE. SYDNEY, January 24. No trace ha= been found of the per son who left .i dead infant in a sui1 case at the Ceu al Methodist Mission in October. TL. woman- handed the case to the matron, e- ying, ' 'I found this near the window. ' The case was not opened until eome hours later. At the inquest to-day the police stat ed that the child had been strangled with a pyjama cord tied round the neck. « .

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SHARP PRACTICE. FARMERS' PROTEST. CALGARY, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

SHARP PRACTICE. FARMERS* PROTEST: CALGARY. Janimrv 22. Th« United Farmers' Association ot Alberta adopted a resolution asking the Dominion Government to require that containers of food products be marked with the name of the country oT ori gin. Mr. Robert Gardiner, M.P., said Canadian manufacturers imported New Zealand butter, added to the moisture content, and enclosed it in their own wrappers.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 22. It was stated in Ministerial circle? to-night that a State elijcijoji V/Ouln' b« held in June, and preparations for a vigorous --ainpaign were being mad,e* by 'the parties. 'l; ';,'??' , ' Parliament meets nextf/montif '???arid; will push on with legislation ? to' b? passed before the election..- : -?_,' SYDNEY, January 23,, prosperous business at Punchbowl^ Rc/y Witting, 25, was ' arrested ' on ' a charge of escaping from a New Zealand gaol in 1927. ?????? '?-'? He wag remanded, .pending ? arrange ments for his extradition.- . ' ' The discovery was accidental, Treing brought about through the irregularity in the number of his motor-car which led to the information that he came from New Zealand. SYDNEY. January 24. At Ihe A-W.U. conference, which opened yesterday, the returning officer reported that Senator J. Barnes had been re-elected General President by a more 1han two to one majority over Mr. T. P. Holloway, of Sydney,' who has opposed Senat...

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TELEGRAMS. FEDERAL. CANBERRA, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

TELEGRAMS. FEDERAL. CANBERRA, Januarv. 27. ' I have no intention of resigning,'.' said the Price Minister (Mr. Seullin! when ((uestioiied concerning the rumour that the Sydney A.L.P.- was trying to bring About };is resignation,', for having declined to obf-y the resolution of the conference. Beyond this Mr. Seullin would say nothing.

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