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AROUND THE TOWN WITH ROD AND GUN [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

[?] fjpHlS week's Household Hint— How to make a peach cordial — E-end ier a present. ''YOUNG man, is it my daughter you want or her money?' 'Sir, don't you know tliat I am an fc.ma.teur athlete?' 'What's that got to do with it?' 'A great deal. Dou't you know that Amateurs are barred from taking part In any e\ent for money?' ' ? THIS week's Useful Hint to MjVoc fe-£— 'When approaching a car with glar , log headlights much inconvenience may be avoided if you look upwards and eteer by the stare until the dan ger is past. T DARESAY that many of you were surprised to see that photo in the 'Evening News' pictorial section showing off the flower garden at the tear of Mr. Bill Pattingale's Hotel. ? ? ? * ? THIS explains a lot. How often, pc seeing a man doing a dinnyhayser down the lane trying to look as if he were not out upon some mysterious mission, have we not tULpected him of seeking the lane en trance to a hotel for the nefnrlous purpose of taking a driuk during j ptoli tited hours? *...

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

tf«ifi«iRifi«aiHiMi!ffiBilitfai«BM^ vrnnnrui an ideal holiday resort. $TMJID^r^c*« irrrlllllll 'THE MECCA OF THE HOLIDAY MAKER.' m* b-*. ? ^_ ? ? ^^ ^J 11 ? News Agency, Groceries, Fancy Gooda./ ? ?? P ' ^^ ^ ' ' By Cob . Dwyer. (Late Ocean View Cafe.) - ————————— ? — j jWENTY-EIGHT miles from Rockhanipton by a splendid road, tucked away 'Phone 32. BROWN'S 'CASH AND CARRY' 1 under the shelter of the Keppel Islands, lies this progressive township of CTftRF l0t-0 inhabitants. Four hotels, refreshment cafes, and boarding houses cater E. WILSON'S ; SlUKb. fof the totiriBts and visitors. rACV DAVll * Opp. Railway Station, Yeppoou. UEPPOON is a favourite of nature— sea, sand, and sun at their superlative 'LATH K.UIAL, Fir Chean rrrxseries Ac best, a plavground of the gods— here ; than, is a perfect apot for your holiday. (Near Beach.) p OTO^»-*. ' * ? TKe geventeen-mile beach of hard sand will one day become the Daytona of _ Registered Cou. jission Agents. Australia At low tide there i? s...

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

er.muuimimmnnHMUu........,....,,, ? ...?u,,,,.,nu.,,.,,,,ll, ? .,,,,,,i,,,,,,, ? .?iiimriiiiiuiuiiiiiftM,.,,.,,,,.,,M,nHU,lwlll|1,,l(,^olll^ [ TH©S KEU-Y & SONS Li. f The Quality fldtise |;5KG00DQUAUS. r^G0°DQUA^; ^JAMS|R: i~«T«t i v*mgm./::. I PEARS, GOOD QUALITY. PLUMS, GOOD QUALITY. 6-R Peach- plum- Mel°'B ' 1/- MIXED VINEGAR PICKLES ! ? '* § | 21b. Tins ....,..., 1/. j 21b. Tins ....... 10|d. 6jd. p»'W. Apricot 1;/. | 1/. Bottle. * FOUREX (XXXX) ALE. | Ammonia, per bot -. .... 0 S Custard Powder) per tin .... 1 6 Golden Syrupi, C.S.R.. 71b. tin 2 5 PASTES— Anchovy, per jar .. 1 'S Quarts, per doz .. .-. .. », 16 6 ? = Ammonia. Scrubb's, bot ..., 1 6 Custard Powder, doz. pkts. ..10 Herbs, per bot ? ? fc_, 0 9 Archovette, per, jar ? l Quarts case of 4 dozr.*«- 63 6 = Arrowroot, pkts.. per pkt. ..0 9 Curry Powder, per tin .... 1 0 JAMS. V.C.. by the Case— Bloater, per jar ... ? 13 Pints, per doz- .. ...... .- 10 9 = Arrowroot, loose, per lb. .. 0 7 Essence Lemon.. 2oz. bot....

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

MUTTABURRA. Verv hot. nni'^y uealber piv\aJi' Stornii are h\!s inning t«i make their ap pearance but, sii lar nothing in the «?(.'? of decent lulls liaw been rcwruuu. &v.-a'i- Jered storm- tell yesterday neai j Xfaiuomba an-J Hiilview and between here and Araiudr there was a youd slonn i last ui^!:t. Indications point t-» ,i very 1'avourabie change shortly.. Th»- shearing teuton ha.-. slarlCMl wreenhills opened n|- jcstcvjlny wild' I about liUUU *hiT!i ?vxill bi' put 'tlirnugii ' Avipinore will follow. I The annual meeting of (iouTiiore o1 ! rhe Mtittabtin,-. District Hospital wa-s ) held last Saturday. Mr. J. .J. Wahi'- | ni.'i-upifd tlie i-liair and 13 others wett ; present. The committee's it-port stated ? that, the receipts for the year ainountpi' lo £1S!'9 J... lid., a decrease of £171 j IDs. Sd. 'ii l'f-'S, due principally to tlv. | falling on' in the amuunt received frori; pnrlownient. subscriptions and doua lions shoiv .i.'i increase of i'3'J .Ss. 3d- I rpcI bcnci.it...

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

TARGINNIE. Sine* the beginning of the yaar w» have had exceptionally hot weather, and a succession of Iheavy thunder storms, with very heavy falls of rain. All the creeks are running strongly. She thuuderbtviins were accompani-stl Sy brilliant, imjjltn - of electricity, u-hirh uas uii line ur two invasions too cl\ytt in be iilviuiinl. A number of trees were htrurk by lightning, au.l in one instance -i huii&a narrowly es caped. The j;liot.le- ;:r:iai- paddu^' ruacniblt vheat fields, jimJ ihu luuiatu growers are but y phiutin^ out their crops. How ever, an exiKpUonal . plague of grate liopperb is pla- in? lm\o-; amongst tin1 loinatf plants. hut that '-. all part ?}* tllP frame. TIk-. inuMjui'ii \ic-: . winch i* gciiLvall.t in evidence ai iliis tiui« of year, i» conspicuous by its absciic?. Pfriiuji the v ii'dfetoim*- havr lilowu them all OUt lo hP.i. Targhinv. .lanuary 2M. ll«o.

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

WYCARBAH *ve now appear to be in the niidci- rf the wet, season. To-day it has rained without ceasing and, a6 I write, the lain druni6 steadily on the roof. Tha rppistration for the month U|. till yes tprclav morning was 580 points. On the lJlli li-J. I'oint* fell. On the lot lowing day there was a heavy etorm, out of which 2U2 points were recorded, ?ufFicinnt to set Nccrkol Creek 'running The following dav 19 Points fell.- The remaining registrations were 10th, 3!- I points ; 20th, SI points The creeks are i:ow running and surface water is as purod. ; TIip local cjndidatps at- flip junior j public examination, Miss L. M'Donagu and Mi?s il. Taylor, were both success ful and arp to be congratulated on their results. Both attended the Kockuamp ton HiKh School. Correspondence, which came tp hand subsequent to the last L.P.A. meeting should prove of interest to those con cerned. The local dairymen, throagu the L.P.A. , endeavoured to obtain cer tain revisions to the Dairy Produce Act, s...

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

GOOVIGEN. Since my last notes bountiful r&iBf fell throughouc the district. Following on the heat wave conditions on the morning of Wednesday, the 15th in stant, a storm worked up from a north westerly direction in the afternoon an' broke over our district, resulting in 4'.' points of rain. A heavy thunderstorm from a north-easterly direction followed and yielded 155 points. On Thursday morning heavy rain gave us 44 point,' and in the afternoon a Btorm resulted in 20 points. The cotton farmers have been greatly favoured by tJieSe gloriou* rains and in some cases a bumper crop is now practically assured. The dairy farmers have also been greatly beneiiteu and in some cases the dairymen ar--' making Meat progress with preparations for find the planting of winter fodder crops. The Goovigcn School of Arts Commit tee will hold a da nee in the Goovigen School of Arts in aid of the institution on the nipht --t Saturday, February 1st. when good music and refreshments will be provided...

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

King Poley — £16 /1- WFRM.. Mounted. ' / I W~ WEilvWfili '^^p%A. / JJm C0LLARS. (S&sn 6 jS**Z' ? S^rMt FIRST PRIZE R'TON ff\S / S^**^ ^fZSr-W SHOW EVERY YEAR 11/ ffru-i' 'ffiy J^9f * Ji£itfjr That Competed. Jf/ /f f/7/fr'^^ ( RETIRED UNBEATEN. ffl // .' -&mm-f(fff- DANDY POLE*. ill /f \. *?—?'[:[/// Similar, smaller SOME RECORD! il /? i \Y// pad3- slishtlv W / 7/ l0'is/w- Try Werner W ??T.-.j $..„ , (I Champioa Poley, with Counterlining. J ?'? '.-?? 1 1 £14/15/- New Trees placed in /» /I Utility Poley £13 Saddle*. [V // Station Poley £12 0. , . 0 1\\ // Handy Poley, U/rDMCD \\ II £9/18/6 WttvWJuK \\ // Favourite Stock t g SOLE AGENT FOR \\ // station stock, laeorge \\ // £14/6/- c v «i VV // utility utock acnneiciei*, ~/°\. SS £13/5/-. cllMMfC /'AN-^ Handy stock oADDLfcS. f / ^^~ i i ~^ £11/10/' THONB ? — 1050. ***? Wieneke-Schneider RODEO POLEY. . Ms^t\ __ jfiB^npy ^^ RODEO POLEY, ' J^^y^j^^jffig £16/6/- Mounted. ^^tfpiiSflitpliB GULLETS OF ALL TREES GUARANTEED ^S!»...

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

COTTON MARKET. Messrs. Hornby, Hemelryk and Co., cotton brokers, Liverpool, reported on December 17tb: — AMERICAN COTTON. Business continues to rule on quiet lines, and daily fluctuations have been cqnflned to a range of a few point*. ua uamnce, values are a pout 10 point* lower. The market has been in a ra ther despondent mood all tha week in spite of the reduction of the bank rate, which came rather as a surprise as it was expected only in the Ne*v Year. The heavy shipments of gold to this country make us envisage the possibility of the bank rate at 4J per cent in the New Year. The consump tion by United States spinners for the month of November was given as 944,000 bales against 641,000 in the pre vious month and 611,000 in Novembei last year, The consumption figure was very disappointing, and helped to in crease the rather pessimistic attitude which people are adopting for the mo ment. It is curious, in face of the lessened consumption in America and of the unfavourable reports ...

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POINTS ON MILK TESTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

POINTS ON MILK TESTING. (By 'Herdsman.') When testng uiilk for buller-fiU there are occasions when something ' will go] amiss, and a true reading of the but ter-fat column, is hard to accurately] determine. The vaUses are varied, but often a little knowledge ou the sub ject will be the means of future cor rectness. A true reading of the sample, is essential, otherwise' it may be the means of discarding profitable pro ducers and (he retaining of unprofitable animals. When the lest is complete and ready lo read, the fat column, in a success ful test, should be a clear 'yellow col our, and the lower line of the fat column between the fat and the ,acid ?solution beneath should, be distinctly sharp, so that a true leading is easily made and no guesswork need come in. Perhaps, hitc in the season, the -fat I'uJumn will have a very light colour. I his is not the fault of weak acid, but; ! ilue to the fact that the herd is a j^ou: many mouths along its lactation. The fat column, owing to fau...

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THE GLORY BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

[?] ' ANOTHER tJOUk ' : When rake, baking remove the : lump of sugar from candied peel before chopping the Ut ter. It can be saved for milk pudding*, ginger bread afld bath buns. Good brown sugar is nice for a chance In gingerbread, epicy cakes or chocolate varieties. Before putting cak«s in the oven, tap the- tins sharply once. or twice on the board. This trick levels . the sur face and yields a velvety texture. Never best cake mixtures after adding flour and trylt,. or the cake, niU be h«vy ' H.B.S. ' asks for a. remedy for tapt worms, and the following is taken fi*rti a clinic publication ?.— Children with threadworms generally sutler from an itchincss at the seat «? pecially at bedtime. This may make them restless and prevent them fr6Vf going to sleep. The itchincss is cause-J by the worms coming out of the anus and crawling about. More serious tymp' tonis from threadworms are extremely rare in Queensland. ' Picking »t th- nose ' is not a eign of worms. The only way to be sure t...

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

KlTCHCHCRflFT r In this column a priie of 5/- is given each week for the best recipe, pnd 2s. 6d. for the second. '?'CRAIGJLEE' collect? this week jnth an assortment of sweets .- — Date stick: i cup butter. ]i cups feugar, 1 cup sour milk or butter milk, § teaspoon soda, 1 teaspoon sail, 1 tea epooo baking powder or cream of tar tar, 1 cup th :ipped nut?, o cups tlou-', 1 cup date;. ilis: the butter and sugar well. ad(' the milk and soda. Add the flour silted tnth salt and baking powder, roll out thin and spread the nuts and dates and fold top over. Place on baking shept and bake in moderate oven for -!0 minutes, t'ut iiito narrow slices while Still warm and roll in powdered sugar. These biscuits ,-irf -very wholc-uinc for yiildren. 'Sugar Cookie*': 1 cup butler, ] J. feugar, 2 eggs (beaten*. I small teaspoon Bait, :i cups flour, J cup sour milk. * teaspoon baking s-ijda. Method : Beat butter and fcug;ir to a cream, add bpateu eggs: then add sour jfcilk -with, soda dissulied in it. ...

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

j KIRBY'S CLEARANCE SALE. I THOUSANDS OF POUNDS WORTH OF SURPLUS STOCK MUST BE CLEARED REGARDLESS I OF COST. STORE IS LITERALLY TEEMING WITH BARGAINS. SEND YOUR ORDERS EARLY 1 —THE BARGAINS WILL DELIGHT YOU. f- ? : ? ? ? - ? . ? _ I W^S& -No' 1-1 STRONG WHITE IVIIVO I M «^t JUV'lrVL.I jgfcag^^g^^^S»^^^^^o5-V I Wm Irl^pBe^S- 18/6 HOUSEHOLD GOODS '^^^^BKT^K il f5pi|i Ko.-4— 2 strong snow STERLING QUALITY* s ^^^HB^^ f I ? THE LOT FOR ~~ 35/ f Worth £2/lQA .„ - FREIGHT PAID. I I BIG BARGAINS IN DRESS [ FABRICS. if K.F.2---AMAZ0N FABRIC, firmly woveu cotton material, coloured grounds ! 4 with printed designs in shades of black, rose, pink, mastic, red, mauve, saxe, ? jade, lemon, nary, &c; 38 in. Usually 1/11 yard. I? Sale Price -r ? Hid. yard m X.F.3— FRENCH PRINTED VOILES, neat designs, spot, floral, geoinetri ? cal, cubist and all-over effects, fashionable shades; 38 in. Usually 1/11 yd. I Sale Price ? 1/- yard I K..F.4— BRITISH FUJI DE LUXE, best grade, shades of saxe...

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MT. COOK DISASTER. BODIES RECOVERED. AUCKLAND, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

MT. COOK DISASTER. BODIES RECOVERED. AUCKLAND, January 3i.. The bodies of the victims of the Al pine disaster were taken to The Her mitage by the search party after a ter ribl-s journey in rough weather. High dignitaries of the Church ef tngiand who attended St. John'* Cathedral, Brisbane, on Saturday tor the cci sccratlon of Bishop de Witt Batty. With Archbishop Sharp ant the new Bishop Coadjutor are the Bishop of Armldale (Or, Noyes), the Bishop ot New Guinea (Or. H. Newton), Blstiop Halford, and the Bishop «f Rock h amp ton (Or. Ash).

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DROWNING CASES. THREE IN WEEK-END. AUCKLAND, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

'DROWNING CASES. THREE IN WEEK-END. AUCKLAND, January 26. Three drowning tragedies occurred during the wiek-end. A small fishing boat capsized near New Plymoutiij and Leonard fcmith, si civil servant, was drowned. The boat fitartod' to leak and drifted into the breakers. Smith, with a com pun ion named Fred Fox, clung to the bout :in;i ili«appeared. Vox was rosi-unl, Maxwell L'siriek, lg. wns drowned ''?? the Wanganui River, and Kobrrr. WimmI ham, a youth, lost his lifp whili' *wiii! Sfag &' the Hntt River.

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Eves' Domain [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

I Jfoto ?????' Womairf? ' SILVER BELL ' : I wonder would | our editor spare jnpt. a little space in' Eve's Domain to say a word of praise . for the Baby Clinics. Their help and advice -'to Tsu«h mothers on how to feed ? their children In 5 years is valuable. The matron courteously replies to any questions written, and a^kt-d her. con cerning children's, welfare mid promptly, too. Tlfe're is 110 '.Dear Madam.' She starts ''Dear' Mrs. So mid So.' You would almost think it was written from rt 'TtnAnfJ A n/7 twi 1 it /it vflnn c?rt ni J liar ?' n- 11 niiui .him iiu j 'J/ ip ir ic^i^i :? ciluv) j everything is free, including the doeloFrs advice every Friday if people are close enough to make use of it. 'JOXA': How many Eve's keep a diary? I don't keep a daily one, but I've a note hook in whirh I keep the wvi^rhis of the kiddies at their tlifl'er P!i4 ages, tlieir illnesses, the cause, and ruio for it, and all other interesting incidents. ] also take a snap of them at intervals and paste...

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

W. E. TOZER * CO, EAST-STREET. ROCKHAMPTOSi. ENGINEERS k, MACHINERY MER: , ;CHA2f*B' OUR AVORK6 «rc equipped with -llou- ern Mathiije Tool* and Appliances, enabling up 'tn rarry out all clsstw of Enginceri-ne Work. ' ' -- .AGIi-'TS:Wln,le|-colonial Boring .Co. I'AKKfNSOJS /AtUl'UKS— Several:. .wkf in Stock. :\Vi-'-*arr.v-'»II classei «f .En gineenng-/ ' KequiMtaMta. En?iB'. Pum'ps. Circnlar Stfir*; &e. V I THE NEW LISTER SEPARATOR ! | . | 1 ?[- ^ ? ^,\ Geli all the Cream and the Bigger Chequei, and it't | I J^ j ? rfjfflltej aade by ycur Best Customer. I ] li^JB^ AD British Built. 1 ! ^^rr^3l CASH PRICES 0F THE NEW LISTER: I - ^|)i^MP 22 GaOon Urter ? £10 0 0 | I Ilflfcl 30 Gallon Urter ? £1115 0 ) j ^W^l r 40 Gallon lister ? £13 10 j0 ! ^ --^38v~f^B 50Gallon Lister ..;..!.....'.. £17 5 0 I I ^^SS^jHI 70 GtDon to** ? £22 15 0 j | Jjfll 90 GaUoD Lilter ???????? ? £28 0 0 j f tZSMfm 110 Gallon Lister ? .... £33 10 0 j f jjm] '^ The New LISTER Can Also Be Bought On E&ty...

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

EMU PARK 'On the Sea.' IT' im BUTCHERY. BYCON.DWYER. ^ __ ! 'Phone 8. Nature was in her grandest mood with its tiny islands, like emeralds g£ $ ^ftaTVlrRp^ ' ! when she gave us Emu Park, with its dotted over the surface of a bay of «J ^^'1'M JP JlBAS^MgM ' j PRIME MEATS, incomparable beaches and tiny inlets, silver sand and clear blue water; jp S^ H^'^L. ^'^^SB^^^ J ! miiTBV This beautiful haven of rest is clo»e majestic sea birds playing along the » SSk f)p/|/y|J i ! POULTRY* to Kockliampton, connected by a good shores, gay coistumes, and happy child- ^JO^X I jC[ Hi' fl, j «MAII r.OnnC road and excellent train service. As a ren on the sands. This is nature1* ^T3SSS *^ J*L, -^--.-m ? j aWALL UUUUa» 6easjde re8ort no place in Australia bae tonic, for your holiday. The b^uties ^Hi* H/TIc I | And its equal. The hamlet is built on a of nature are essential to our health ^^^^^^l^jyj^j^J^j^ j TRYSTAL ICF 'icely elcvated Promontoi'y' one 8ide and hnPPine8«- ^-M?SiF#V: *Y it TM- CRYSTAL ICE...

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

BRISBANE NOTES (From Our Own Correspondent.), 'Ihe Queensland branch of Australia's liggest industrial uuiou has been u ;ood deal in the spotlight of late. iiuli jranches in the pastoral areas liud been iusv [asking resolutions practically iftiruiing their intentions to, if not re ? ift, then to refute to accept the ne.v itate pat tola 1 award which reduce.! vages and alferod ennditions of em loyment. Generally it is recognised by iig city financial and other interests Nuf 4-T-in i\Owti-ii--i I iiiiln^^iM- in ifc: iii'n. uab Luc- i/ul'luiui iiiuu^ii * » in u-? is* v- ent parlou* condition, could neither take lie risk of a strike, nor pay the old i igh award iatet. Considerable an- 1 ? lety as to the uiik'oaic. of thu attitude | f the A.W'.L1. sulj-branches was, and i till is rife, but to a lesser extent. It. icrelore, iauie a^ a considerable re ef when the official announcement was lade that the Lxectithe ol the A.W.U. nd uHicially decided to strongly urge ?nion niomlvrs to observe ...

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IS PEACE—POSSIBLE. Remarkable Article. CANBERRA, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

-IS: PEACE- POSSIBLE. Remarkable Article. (From Our special Representative.) CANBERRA. January 17. On the 21st of this month a Fi\e Tower Disarmament Conference is to be opened in London, and Australia will he represented at it by Mr. J. E. Fenton. Minister for Customs, who will hava (he assistance of Admiral .Napier and othar experts familiar with Australia's needs and conditions. Is anything tan gible likely to come out of it? Have the people — not the people of one or two nations only, but of the world ai large — manifesting any special interest; in the conference? ( The 'Sydney Morning Herald,' in its' I ir.sue of Saturday last, printed a strik- | ing leading article under ilio heading. 'Eyes, but we See Not,' and the fol lowing is an extract from it: — 'Four years after the Great War I ended. Cicely Hamilton, in her re- { markable novel 'Theodore Isavagc,' pic-j i.ured riot unreasonably the effects of ? another ^ueh conflict, when the ie.M survivors of a shattered civilisation ...

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