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PASTORAL AWARD. BLACKALL, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

pastoral award. BLACKALL. January 21. A moderately attended meeting ot shearers and shed hauds was held iu the Oddfellows' Hall last night. Mr Durkin was present, also delegates froin other centres. It is understood that the meeting decided that the men should go to work under the new award. DALBY, January 2fi. At a meeting «-f about 20 members of the A'.W.U. to-day, it was decided to accept the new pastoral award.

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A WARNING. TO AMERICAN FARMERS. WASHINGTON, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

A WARNING. TO AMERICAN FARMERS. WASHINGTON, .lanuarv 26. The Department of Agriculture issued its annual outlook report, in which ?- cautions farmers against overproduction and indicated that the domestic in'irkei for the nret half of thp year will no1, be as good as tin1 past ypnr. 'The demand for home firm priwluci.-- is noticeable.'' continues the report ' Butter and wool havp Ix-en a/'rit«--J *.rv int urtiiuc hi I till U- - I lu I rtn nil1 since last June The foreign demand fur 1930 will be better on the whole during the last half .if the year. The prospect ? are for the improvement of pconomi' conditions and the purchasing powi-r °' Britain. More competition may be e' pected from foreign grown wheat and little t-lmnge is anticipated in dairy pro duels and wf.ol. ' Prices for tl.e 1930 whvut crop ar expec'.ed to be Rtle different f --m iho* ? of I92'.l unlesr, thp winter damagp i' spvpi-p.. World aoreao* will probably not bp materially changed. Thp. yipl'i per acrp will rot be a...

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ORSOVA AGROUND. IN MORETON BAY. BRISBANE, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

ORSOVA AGROUND. IN MORETON BAY. BRISBANE, January 23. The Orient liner, Orsova, bound for London, went aground in Morelon Bay to-night. The tugs Charlotte and Forceful were despatched at a lal« hour to-night and it is expected that the liner Mould be refloated early in the morning. The Orsova left the Hamilton cold stores late this afternoon carrying 55 passengers and a large cargo. She «ii«iimi]aJ n *? J-l-in anf »n unn 4- ft Vi'dflm »*l*k'c glUUUUVU O.U LUC CliXl O.1II.C I,IP J. 1 u^lUCLll » channel about 7.30 p.m. Dirty weather prevailed in Moreton Bay to-night, heavy rain squalls being accompanied by a heavy easterly wind, while a moderate sea is running. The spot where the Orsova is aground is of a sandy nature. BRISBANE, January 24. ' The Orsova which grounded in Fret man's Channel last nij;l^, shifted off under her own power h'alf-an-hour be fore the arrival of the two tugs, 'and proceeded on her voyage without any apparent damage being done. The tugs returned to Brisbane at ...

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Childrens' Corner [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

[?] [?] !!? Hear Meeet and .\epln.-\\ = - . | I hop*, ali my littlf iiuntr.i ti-ii-nijs l.fcd a I share in the bountiful r.tniB which feP laitl -\fck, ant] .n'.ins 10 vvliiih mj rain co;U :iud | Jo'.Oihes. aie row wunplMr nr«..-e,. fs i«\v famili lticiL-iibcd -o much in iln U.I ft. nrp»s, F tliall ha'e lo imprest inm:i miu 'n» wore rht nec-Obbiu of keeping ihc rjU-s n; the Conn*1-. Many ne-v tnenilu'ib iai»i a lew «!d ores* puke n halm pi oritiiiff iheir letters in |.«nt'il. :inf! these lia.e always lo be iCwriL t. -n l.eiore beinj: p*!,se-J on lo the n-i lt.-rs. v-.\, as there arf. »? tnunv u( -ou, ; -Im'i'. h..'.- ►o inoisi upon I lie letters boiiii; v. itien ir inU. Kluf or Mark ink will he quil» suit »r!:, ?- it i« onl.»- in drawings Hint blue In 'iisn mi. k. ri^uiiTil. Reiueiitliei. in fuluic, tyj lf*u»re oi stones, en. in uciicil. 'ill h-' RiveriLen. I In rojiii'd 1. 1 ihr point? s:iiiu.1 tor imnlii ^uti-'tis. I imfci a» member* io l.iep a uhcuw ir ih(-tr ihrni»rl-cf. anrf not...

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LITTLE FAIRY.-FOLK. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

LITTLE FATRT.-FOLK. (Written by Gladys Murpln i 1 lie story-books have told you Of fairy folk so bright, That cone au.d vljit the flower* Each moonlight night. They wear dresses, of .rose, petal* And silver wings so. fine, With prstty little apious, Made with silken shine. The fairy* folk- go into lovely gardens And .dye the flowers with their fairy dyes ;. Voii'inny see them in the meadows Riding on the - backs of ' prstly butterfiies. They ride in carriages made of butter cups , With little daisies for their wheels; They travel .o'er the Eilv-3r lakes am! rivers, , Through sun and shade the fairy carriage steals (No. of points 7.)

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THE CENTRAL QUEENSLAND HERALD, ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1930. ABATTOIRS IN BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

ItiiniiiiiniiMiiiMiitiHuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniHiiniiHriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiniiuiininitiiiiiiiiiu^iiMiMiiMi!!,,,,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. | THE CENTUM. QUEENSLAND HERALD, | I .' HOOKHAMPTON. I : ? - '.-,-? . : : ? ?? ' ? ? ? ' ? r - .1 : j ; V . .THURSDAY/ JANUARY 30, 1930. 1 ^tflltttfllllllllltlitiliatillllflttllilltlUllllltlKtllittllllltillflltlllltClltlltlllllllltSlllllltltlttllltaiaMk^llltaaaaaaaaaaaaa. ............ ? E ABATTOIRS IN' BRISBANE. To have held a clearance sale of de crepit State enterprises '. inherited ' from ? the Ryan-Thebdbrc-M'Cormack 'dynasty, ' and almost -immediately attcrwards to agree to the estal/lislinjeut 'of* a new-j one probably constituted a record ??? in ' inconsistency. s It also euggestB Borne very tangled logic. On few points were members of the Moore Government hlore emphatic when in opposition tuan in their sworn opposition to the principle of State enterprises. Even in accept ing the recommendations of the Beef Cattle Industry Commission the ...

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THE COAL CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE COAL CRISIS. It is one of her most poignant tragedies Unit Australia's public me:i either ?annot learn from history, or else, at*- wilfully blind to its teachings. The Scullius and Titcodores gained office partly through' preaching toe doctrine of hate and class warfare, partly through immoral trafficking* with the foreign, .moving1, picture interests, and partly j!r th iodglr the .power- they «laii».ed to possess to settle the coal trouble in New South Wales. With thtir fl ings to timber strikers to flout tbe award of Beeby still hot on .their iips^ the sorry tricksters shouted . their un swerving allegiance to the dictates o\ law and order. As was intended, llic stupendous bluff created a wave, of en thusiasm in which reason was engulfed, .and the Smllins and Tueodorea were hailed as the deliverers of their kind when they climbed into power. The judgment of tire High. Court de monstrates how tawdry were the pre tensions, anl how soulless was the de ception To ascribe to Edward...

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Market Movements for the Week. THE WOOL MARKET. SALES AT LONDON. ALSO AT BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

'-'im ? iiiiiuiiiiimmiiiHMiiiiiiiiiiti ? tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiti ? iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim ? ?miimimiiiiiiiii ? mini urn ? iiiimmiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiii ? tiitiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiliiii ? iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihihiiihiiiimiiiiiiii''''''1''''1'''''''1'1''1''1'''1''1'1''''' i Market Movements for the Week | THE WOOL MARKET. SALES AT LONDON. ALSO AT BRISBANE. Wool sales were held during the past week both at London and Brisbane. The London sales were characterised by a fall of 15 per cent, in the case of merinos on the closing rates for December, and 20 per cent, in the case of crossbreds. Bradford states that- even at the lower rates there is little tendency on the part of spinne rs to increase their holdings. Rather are they holding out for what they anticipate will be much lower rates. At Brisbane 13,710 bales were offered and good clearances effected, largely because growers set out to meet the market. Competition was fairly good, Japan and Germany...

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HELP FOR EX-SOLDIERS. TOTAL £102,000,000. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

HELP FOR EX-SOLDIERS. TOTAL £!O2.O00;000. Expenditure on general repatriation and war pensions from the inception of the scheme to June 30th, 1929, amoun ted to £22,069,591 and £80,904,984 re spectively, according to the report of the Repatriation Commission for 1928 1929, which has been tabled in . the House of Representatives. Australia has spent very large sums in reestab lishing soldiers in civil life after their uiBuuaiige xiuiu Lite iuiucd, but; ivula «*** bracing war gratuities, land settlement, war service homes, general repatriation and war pensions. General repatria tion and war pensions are administered by the Repatriation Commission. ' Since the inception of the Repatria tion Department in April, 1428, the dis posal of claims for benefits other than war pensions has involved an expendi ture as under — Expenses in providing employment £2,826,899, vocational training £4,872,180, furniture, small businesses, live stock and plant £1,529,012, land settlers — sustenance, &...

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BOYS' PAGE CRAIG KENNEDY DETECTIVE STORIES THE AZURE RING—II. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

BoYsBvGE/ CRAIG KENNEDY DETECTIVE STORIES By ARTHUR B. REEVE. Copynaht, 1922, by The McClure Newspaper Syndicate. THE AZURE RING — II . The story thus far: ? The district attorney of ' Westciiester county, Mr. Whitney, tike Craig Kennedy to help him on the Wainwrlght case. At a tuburb. Wlllltten, Miss Laura Walnwrlglu, and her fiance, John Templeton, were found dead sitting side by side In th« drawing-room of Miss Walnwrlght's house the afternoon before the day set for the wedding. A maid went to ask Miss Mainwrlght to come to her mother and sister Marian to make sorr.e decision concerning the arrangements, and found the two dead. Their faces were discoloured, their heads thrown back. The coroner, Mr. Nott. thought they had been asphyxiated by the fumes from a charcoal burner, but Mr. Whitney thought it a case of murder. There were tales of Jealousy on the part of Marian. The two sisters had gone to school with John Templston and Schuyler Vsnderdyke. Vanderdyke became Laura's first ...

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ALLEGED MURDER. DOCTOR CHARGED. NAMBOUR, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

ALLEGED MURDER. DOCTOR CHARGED. \AMBOUR. Jnnuarv »2. Arthur Ernest Malaher, medical practitioner, was charged in the Police Court to-duy with having, on July 26th, murdered Elizabeth Thurecht. After evidence of arrest, accused was remanded. He was allowed bail, self in £500 and two sureties of £250 each.

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

/}=== ? ' - ? ? ' ' -^ HUGE SPOT CASH SALE! 1500 PAIRS OF MANUFACTURERS' SAMPLES. TO BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST. WHY PAY MORE? LUCAS SELLS FOR LESS. m1m«l»»E.C.«M ^^f%' TAS BAB CREPE SOLES, « BAR SHOES, similar to picture. ^^*ltw \ 'TOMBOY' SHOES, in picture, 11 to 1, 8/7; 2 to 7 11/ AH sizes ? » .-. .. 10/11 various colours, as picture. . Size 4 only ? 16/11 MEK'S CALF OK PATENT ^^«E(i ' ' '^^?^?Kt^S^ SHOES, genuine welt, 5 to 18. ins- h»--.«ti i, »?*.- 8 TAN BLiCkLK BAR TAN MILITARY BQOTS, stout SHOES, good welt soles, as ?? ??. ? IS/II picture, 3 to 7 .. .. !fl/9 soles, S to 10. LUCAS .. 15/11 - : THOUSANDS OF OTHER BARGAINS! l'AfiC£L£i HEST C.O.D. OR Y.V. PLEASE ADD ffd. POSTAGIi WITH CASH ORDER,?. J. T\. Lucas & Sons BOX 290. ^ ?THELEipiNGSHOEMBH/' ROCKHAMPTOH.

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"UNCLE SAM'S" LETTER BAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

'UNCLE'SAM'S' LETTER BAG. I.i'diit May Pouter, writes:— I am tending t story, and I hope it ' in good this time. My three little alilen and myself, eai-h got a beau-, tiful silk dresi from Sydney for * Christmas box, besides all the toya and_ ttotkinjs we got lit home. 1 will be jii second class when school begins again. I will also have my little kister Doris lo lake to school this rear, and th* waiiU to write to Uncle Sain if you will hai» her us a 'little, niece. (What n swank you must nil . be fn your new dresses, l.ydia. I shall be charmed' to hear from Dorig). Joan Holt, Lake's Creek Itoad. North Rock hampton, writes:— Haven't we had a lot of rain lately. Uncle? The place is looking nice and green now. t went to Veppoon tit Saturday in the motor train, and hid a veiy nice day. I climbed the bluff three times. Your Corner i* growing larger every week. Tnclt. Wishing you and the Corner every tuc ce»C *...-.. -a T/°-iet, t ^'r^ KiUara» ? Ka'lpowar, writes. Hello I«..Unde;.'here^ ...

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MR. BOYD EDKINS. SYDNEY, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

MR. BUVD EDKINS. SYDNEY, January 21. Mr. Boyd Ldkms, 46, oue of the b?tb known men in the Australian motoring world, died in hospital yesterday al tcnioon after a mouth's illness. Twenty-six years ago, Mr. Edkins came from his home, Mt. Cornish sta 'tion, in Central Queensland, to Syd ned- Mr. R. H. Edkins. of Bimbah, near Longreaeh, was his elder brother.

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

— mi, , THE SECRET OF SUCCESS tn£==-~J& FUL BAKING. I II lEGSEIKlfilisl - i'-v:-: ]Ur|^r^ iSr-jh- No matter how good the cook may be, r-yj.| ri|^YcVf^ £w'# success will not be hers unless the flour 1 l3^[j Bar— -'»-'ci- -j-^ 6n8 u^3 k pTe» u^ie- an^ evenly mixed. j/jVCri nKtff^jl/i' { &~4i Such can only be the cas« when the best !l*)y* »^ffUr'K ' ''???-?? of grain receives good milling. W^%. DRUMMER y»|P % ' SELF-RAISING =x=udls^ rLUUK You can always be sure of Drummer Boy Self-Raising Flour, because it is milled to a fineness and evenness that never vary. Use it always for Cakes, Scones and Pastry. You'll notice tho difference with the first^ racket you usa, SOLD AT ALL STORES. Wholesale from— DENHAM BROS. (Roekhampton); LTD., EAST-STREET, ROCKHAMPTON. and muscle. Always eagerly enjoyed when other food is refused, ^^a» tft always crisp, delicious

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

ENGAGEMENTS. Tlie engagement is announced of Miss Dorothy Gertrude Cooper, only daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cooper, Mar garet-street, to Mr. Francis Holt Lands berg, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Landsberg, Canning-street, Roukhainp ton. The engagement is announced of Edna, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mr*. W. Jarvis, High-street, North Roek hampton, to Herbert, youngest son of Mr. and MrE. H. Smith, Robinson-stroet, North Roekhampton. The engagement h announced of Mi?3 Molly Gleeson, of Kcdfern, Ipswich, to Mr. 'Ccdric H. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith, of Emerald'. The engagement is announced of Alice Catherine E., eldest daughter of Mr. Walter Jackson, and the late Mrs. Jackson, ' Lisholmc,' Nobby, Darling Downs, to Gavin T. Gemmell, of Papua, New Guinea, only mmi of Mr. and Mis G. C- (jcniuioll, lilack Rock, Melbourne. Miss Jackson was formerly in charge of the kindergarten classes at tlif, liockhumptnn Girls' Grammar School.

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MUNGANA—MT. ISA. ROYAL COMMISSION. BRISBANE, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

MUNGANA— MT. ISA. ROYAL COMMISSION. BRISBANE, January 22. Questioned to-day regarding inquiries into Mungana and Mt. Isa matters, the Premier (Mr. Moore) said he was mere ly awaiting the close of the legal vaca tion before proceeding with the ap pointment of a qualified person, no doubt an ex-judge of the Supreme Court of one of the southern States, as a Royal Commissioner, to commence inquiries into the allegations made concerning lf.in.AHn nnJ \S4- Te-O ? Ctlcn ini/l fill* muuvauiK aim am.v* ia» f «??*«*#? ****.«j- v*-w allegations hearing on the transfers ot shares in the first Mt. Isa Co. No doubt the inquiry into Mungana and Chillagoe matters would be linked up, and there would be a separate in vestigation respecting Mt. Isa. However, it was quite probable that - one Royal Commissioner would deal with the three seta of allegations, tak ing the Mt. Isa matter when he finished with the others. The Premier added that some time ago he woe informed by Chief -Justice Blair that Queen...

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

MY WISH. (Written by Ednn Greenougrhj 1 wish ] was a Sird, An-i;- i.|t .r, the »kj j. fl'hr can't. I have my wish? I often wonder vby. If I war « pietty bird. l wouia nuiier an arouna, tTn in the sky, to very high, Then down again to the etomA Why can't my wish come Iriu? I w«nt to be up ih'the sKt; For on earth I feel to.blin?,, I only want, to he up high, (No of points- 6).

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WHEN DAD WENI TO TOWN. (Writen by Ethel Pincham). [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

WHEN DAH VM'.M pi I0WV (VriU«n by Etln-I t'mtbaiii). .)idr' b:i»kd n.rl lUfii- from »Iir hj--l- j »ioor, 'it i« ni»c now. to ionic if vou nant m I cttcti the frsin.' 'Kancy, nine alr««dy:'[ Mid Hum. 'we 'ill Iwic to hurry to set him' oB in timf.' li nas only a )-l minutes *alli to the Eidii«, but l)aJ wae a 'terror' to (jet r«d,v— far worfe than a baby. Dud toon came in puffing and blowing like a (rrarnpu*, and «Mt into the bathroom. Judging -v . 'he SBundt, he. v.aii coon uncJrtsscd and, Bplatlirs in the -tub. 'Whew the tJiundff ft the «o»pf' h» Totred. 'Here it it, I-»d,' yellrt Etftny. 'T had it oiittide.'1 'n-M. the hathrooin it ?!?# ptwuer ii!a«» tor th' «nap. hoifl A or'-;-1! * fen- mimitrt »ilMiN. t:,Pi,--v,,..,. M;ic r«ti. ?\her«. an my iluiln1; ' i-aim- troni the -ath- room. 'f (iut them on ;our bed,' eaid Mum. 'Well J am not navintr a hath in there, am IV U'iDj them here.'' Alter another 35 or 20 mill ij.'s. Dm! Ci.r;s out, he ha-l thirt. tTou**--*vt on and ioi'kf. Then th...

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HORSIE LIKES LOLLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

H0R8IE LIKES LOLLIES. t Written by George Moran). ' On' day ^hen I was in Eat! -street, 1 tr' ? cabman driv* up to Dickeon'n itow ar,d *o I ie there. SUortly afterwardi, be otme out| «ith a oarcel under his arm. and a baz oi lolliea. Then he said ''Well, I auppute I had better give -you one.' 1 looked to aet who he was talking to, and lo my surprise, both horaef turned, their heada round ' quickly. Ha took a, handful of lollies out of the packet and ««id. 'I tuppoae 1 had better have one tint.' Then he put a lolly in his own mouth and got four in hit hand, and handed them to the tirsr hone which opened its mouth, lind .then did the ?time to tha other borce. He ttood there till both chewed e\ery bit of lolly up, then he got mil. the cab .igiii-i and drove down East -street. Evidently they were used to eating lollies. (No. of points S). *

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