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A.J.C. SYDNEY, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

A.J.C. SYDNEY, January 27. ; ; Maiden Hurdle.— GREGELLO, D-D (McMenamin) 1, Dalesman, 9-7 (Cut- - ler) 2, Bensbun, 9-2 (Stuart) 3. Other -' --';. Starters: St. General, Rossgole, Olym pian King, Rubicon, Triticum. Bet- ? -.' ting: 9 to 4 v. Dalesman, 9 to 2 Olym- : pian King, GREGELLO, 8 St. General. 10 Beusbun, 15 to 20 the rest. Won by ??-; five lengths, with the third thvess lengths away. Time, 3-46. Dividends, ? £1 17s. 6d., 7s., 15s. Bondi Handicap.— CREDENCE, 8-8 (Ryan) 1, Sturt, 7-10 (Coutts) 2, Tray UlVUlKf O*O \UUUU&tUUV) O. UtUClBi Peacemaker, Gladioli, Waugoola, Ver coola, Exact, Cloister, Excitement, Prince Tercian, Valerie, Cathray, March, Verbiage, Gibson Tea, Draconic, Aloof. Betting: 5 to 2 v. Peacemaker, 6 Wau- ? goola, CREDENCE, Traymobile, 12 Sturt, 15 to 20 the others. Won by ? three lengths, with the third threequar- ' ters o£ a-length away. Time, 1-28J. Dividends, £2 13s. 6d., £l 9s. 6d., 5s. Widden Handicap.— ROSENDO, 9-8 (M'Carten) and Danish, 7-0 (Ro...

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O.T.C. RACES. BRISBANE, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

Q.T.C. RACES. BRISBANE, January 27. Maiden (6 furlongs)— GOLD FERN 0-0 (Hill) 1, Syce Dale, 6-2 (Conquest) 2, Remoniu, 7-0 (Jcffers) 3. Others— Citamon, Lorilet, Sir Haven, Carnbrah, Saintly Music, Fawn Rose, Waiton, Eden Ban, Lad O'Logan, Tinside. Bet ting : 2 to 1 v. Syce Dale, 4 Remoma, 5 Citamon, 6 Wait On, 7 GOLD FERN, Lorilet, 10 Sir Haven, Carnbrah, Saintly Music, 20 the othere. Won by a length, with the third half-a-length away. Time, 1-10. Dividends, £3 19s., 7s., 10a. Juvenile Handicap -5 furlongs) — SUN SONG, 8-9 (Tanwan) 1, County Down, 7-13 (Carney) 2, Sheila ? Deer, 8-12 (Hill) 3. Others— Ariade, Some Idea, Amative, Sereform, Lady's Pride, Tertia. Betting : 9 to 4 v. Sheila Deer, o SUN SONG, County Down, 5 Ariade, 10 the others. Won by a length, with a similar distaisce between second and third. Time, 1-OJ. Dividends, fl, £1 Us., 7s. Flying Handicap (6 furlongs) — GRE¥ TIE, 6-12 (German) 1, Brecks, 6-10 (Conquest) 2, Miss Wolowa, 7-1 (Ed munds) 3. The other was Regular...

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OUR BRADFORD LETTER CROSSBRED VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

OUR BRADFORD LETTER CROSSBRED VALUES. Cur special correspondent at Bind ford writes under date December loth: One strikiug feature of the wool mar j ket has beien that nearly all this year] values for crossbred wool have main tained a level which has been out cf harmony with merinos. Until a month ago fine wool steadily declined without any similar movement at all being seen in crossbreds, particularly low sorts. L^ast war Rrflrffmvl !mt.v-r.i u-i™ imaiiia to obtain their usual 6haie of coarse wools in New Zealand and South Ameri ca, these markets being monopolised by the United States and Germany. It is many years since Bradford h*d to be satisfied with taking such a small pro portion of the 44's and below, United States buyers being prepared to take all that South America could supply at distinctly more money than Bradford was prepared to pay, a large proportion of the clip going to Boston. One rea son for this big buying for the SLates is that low wools can now be imported into t...

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

[the magic flute ]© Anyone can play, the very first day. ,j ^fcggi^Wondcrfully 'sweet-toned. You LUn 1he'2»» play anV tune iou hnow- Excellent '. Vt^f for teaching a parrot to whistle. Better I w^w than any keyed-instrumtnt to ' I/G^SSekS^ accompany ihe violin in popular] JHin3f meTo3iesor~operatic selections.; PoslecH^jg^ gpnccrt audiences delighted. Can be carried in gockel. Loud enough to lead 1 ?a band £, Made or metal, strong and durable.. : Never wear out or get out of tuneeOnlv 1/6. Ipost free with full directions. THb. UNION' {MFC, CO.. 299 lil«abelh_ Street, Melb.. C.l.j mr sv vt n DO YOU FEEL FIT, WELL, IS YOUR AND FULL OF VIGOR 1 Is your Skin Clear—your Eye Bright, and Bi fl ft n d° y°u *eei y°n can ^° a nanl LUUU Jay-8 work without fatigue ? If Nl /\ n n r D ? liot your ?BIoo(i is Probably full of 0 K U b K ? Impurities and wants the assiBt I auce that DR. LOW'S SARSA PARILLA will give to bring you £ood health and strength. 3/6 Per Bottle. Postage 1/3. L A. WILKINSON (NO...

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BYRD EXPEDITION. WASHINGTON, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

BYRD EXPEDITION, WASHINGTON. January 23. ? Bear-Admiral R. E. Byrd's backei6 fiave requested the emergency assistance of the State Department upon the re ceipt of «ord that several members of the expendition are in danger of losing their lives owing to the difficulties the steamers Eleanor Boiling and the City of New York are experiencing with the Unprecedented condition of the ice pack ft V* 4-l^Q TJnec Qrt 1 Tim 1in*iI.-ni-.-- linen nfL-nri that flie Norwegian whalers be solicited to aid these steamers to penetrate the ice and to proceed to Little America. '? OSLO, January 24. ' Replying to a request from the Uui ied States, that Norwegian whalers should render assistance to Rear Ad Yniral Byrd, the Government telegraphed that it had approached the Whalers' Association who were of the opinion that the ice pact will break up as it has done in previous years, but a shi; will be sent to try to assist. OSLO, January 27. , The manager of the Norwegian whal Jng factory ship, Cosmos, ask...

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ROSEHILL STAKES On Saturday. SATURDAY'S MEETING IN SYDNEY. Weights Declared. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

ROSEHILL STAKES On Saturday. SATURDAY'S MEETING IN SYDNEY. Weights Declared. SYDNEY, Tuesday. YJfEIGHTS for Saturday's race nieet :? ing at Rosehill have been de clared as follow: — MAIDEN TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDI CAP, 43 furlongs. — Kaytoun 9.0, Gypsy Ruler, Stoker 8.6, Lady Byiong, Aman ton 8.4, Lebanon 8,2, Buckler. Boy Scout, Salvadof 80, Lanacian, Phono lite, Attar, Fairy Money 7-13, Legion ette, Tipster 7.12, Sweet Valais, Val mena 711, Coquelln, Snowbound, Ard namnna Anrinniiim. TTarllpv Rnsp Wedding Feast, Alpen, Main Lock, M.P., Loan, Antipodal, Rowan Berry, Tantrum 7.10, Purveyor, Allegresse, Stretch, Isbora, Roublah, Asiitar, Lily B., Great Luxury, Piscina, Prophetess, Young Julia, Motive, Vlolona, Merry Margot 7.9, Rose Apple, Trust, Pink Arch, Van Blene, Cuirasse 7.8, Sa gltta, Moab Maid, Sister Cyllene, Owen Lea 7.7, Lady Moablte, Foreste 7.5. Floral Beauty 7-2. THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP, 7 furlongs.— Credence 9.0, Pay Paix 8.7, Accepted, Clan David 8.6, Traymobile 8.5, Exact ...

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MAGNIFICENT RAINS. WHOLE COASTAL AREAS DRENCHED. WESTERN RIVERS IN FLOOD. ARAMAC AND MUTTABURRA BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

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

THE RIVER. The. police advised y«3t?.ddy that at 9 a.m. the river was 26ft. 4in. at Yaamba, and rising at the rate of 3ins. per hour. At noon it was 29ft. 6in. and rising at the rate of 12ins. Tho reading of the gauge at the high level wharf at 10 a.m. yesterday fehowed that (!?? river was Iflft. Sing, above summer level. It was then rising from 6 to 8 ins. an hour. The appreciable rise in the river lo cally overnight caused a stir yester day morning. Members of the rowing clubs were busily engaged removing their boats from the sheds, and in the case of the Rockhampton (Jlub the sides of the ehed were removed to allow ot the free passage of water through tin shed -and to save unnecessary obstruc tion. The sliding doors have also been removed from the sheds on the wharves, from which everything was removed The cartels there had a busy time. The Fitzroy at Yaamba at 4 o'clocK yesterday was 30 ft. on the gauge and rising slowly. In the town reach at 4.30 it was 15 ft. 6 in. on the gaug...

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RAZOR SLASHING. ONE VICTIM RETALIATES. BRISBANE, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

RAZOR SLASHING. ONE VICTIM -RETALIATES. ? BRISBANE, /January 2U A razor slashing case occurred in Al bert-street, city, on Friday night, when a man slashed Bernard John Gallagher, 20, with a razor. One of Gallagher's ears was almost 6evered and 10 stitches had to be inserted in- the wound. He could give no reason for the attack. The police yesterday arrested a man in connection with the affair. SYDNEY, January ZG. Another case of -razor slashing oceur red in the city last night. According to the police story two men were noticed arguing at a 6treet intersection when one smote the other across the face vwith a razor and ran off. The victim started off in pursuit of his assailant, whom he finally caught and severely punished. When a con stable arrived on the scene he found one man lying senseless on the ground, who had in his possession a blood stained raeor blade. The man was taken to hospital and later to the police station, where lie was charged with illegally carrying a .razor bla...

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

THE COTTON CHEQUE. (For the 'Central Queensland Herald'). May Rawlings folded up the remaining flannel and trousers on the kitchen table and picking up a bundle of ironed clothes went into the next room and put them away in the drawer .A thoughtful .look rested on her fair, thin face, and there were tell-tale lines of sleepless nights under her deep blue eyes . . rjlHROUGH the window she could ! see her husband and Boy— they hal called him Boy from the first, and he was known by no other now — feed- ing the calves. Her heart beat quicker with a strange emotion as she caw Boy run across to the dairy, drop the bucket, and run over to where three-year-old Peter was playing with the dog. He sail something to his baby brother, and though she could not catch the words she guessed by their excited gestures that they were talking, of Father Christmas. When tea was over and the children in bed she took her needle and wool and a bundle of socks, and sat by her husband. 'It's getting near Chri...

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CENSURE MOTION. FEDERAL MINISTERS. CANBERRA, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

CENSURE MOTION. FEDERAL MINISTERS. CANBERRA, .lanuarv 2u The Prime MiniBter (Mr. Scullin ? declined to-day to comment upon the motion passed by the A.L.P. in feydne- - censuring the Federal Go7crmnent. bn had not yet secured copies of the mo tion from the A.L.P. , he said, and un til he had received them, lie would ik'^ no statement. He added that he wouici tm uname - - leave Canberra before next w*ek at the earliest, owing to pressure of business Mr. Theodore would not comment on the motion either. He saii he vas k&'- ing for Sydney to-night, but he had no engagement with the A.L.P. He v.cniil return to Canberra in time for Wedner day's Cabinet meeting.

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THE BOSCOMBE VALLEY MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE BOSCOMBE VALLEY MYSTEfiY. | By BIB AETHUB OONAN D07L£. ? | Cdmlgbt, 1921. by Harper and Bros. Fublle&ed by special arraagc- il ment witb The McClure Newspaper Syndicate. j , *''* h«s been a case of considerable Interest,' he remarked, returning to His natural manner. 'I fancy that thla aray house en the right must Be the lodge, i think that I will eo In and have a word with Moran, and uTn?h£?«wrii' ' 'ttle note- Havln« don« tn«t. we may drive back to our luncheon. You may walk to the cab, and I shall bewlth you presently.' i»»* o^' ',bout **n nil'ute« Before w» regained oiir cab, and drove back up m thV'wooT' 6tl' carryln° wlth hlm the 8t«n* whlc^ h« had pltked This may interest you, JJestrade,' ne remarked, holding it out. 'The' murder was done -with it.' 'I see no marks.' 'There are none.' 'How do you know, then?' 'The grass was growing under it. It had only lain there for a few days. There was no sign of a place ?whtnee it h&i been taken. It corresponds with t...

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

A Carnival of Bargains 301- Boys' Cotswold Iff 24/3 THE GREAT CLEARANCE CONTINUES! J All-Wool Australian Tweed Cotswold Suits for boys. Mid. and Dark Grey, also Blue-Grey mix ture. Coat has half belt at back; Knickers have plain knees. Sizes fit boys 6 to 1 4 years. 75 only! Boys' Washing *W^'*i §'$ Cotswold Suits, striped mjF*S rV^ Crash, Cotton and striped ,JJL%£l/it ? j In all Departments (a few y»JpDKSlHpH|fiMP^|fi^?TTTT-ry' . proprietary line* cxcepted) YKMi«''^^jBEiK»lTi^ I goods are reduced at '»»»t 10 reiSlilSMallBHBllflF-l-tf-I POSTAGE PAID TO YOUR DOOR. ^^Wj\ j Do not delay! Orders filled for above Jmf '''S J ' line* only while present stocks last. Jm?S»!i^ * Kindly address all letters to DESK V^***^ f j I Q9 J^ i I 'The World's Largest Mot** and Roys' Wt-nr Sfor#\'* *

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THE HATRY CASE. ALL FOUND GUILTY. LONDON, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE HATRY CASE. ALL FOUND GUILTY. LONDON. January 24. j A1J I Up Hatry defendants were found guilty on charges of the forgery of i securities. I Hairy, Daniels and Dixon pleaded not guilty to rhsrgcs of conspiracy with ? ' Oialuiui anil oiJier ppr-ons uiil.ujwn to ? defraud, but guilty to live other charges of obtaining cheques for large I amounts by falee pretences. ? ? Tabor pleaded not guilty to the ' whole of the additoinal counts, and was formi'lly found not guilty. ?- Mr. Jowitt, K.C., said, he did not pro pose to proceed with these fresh counts, but asked that they be allowed to re main for life. t He said the money raised by false transfers on the shares of t.hfi Drapery Trust and Associated Automatics was nearly £700,000. Mr. Birkett, K.C., addressing the - judge, asked for mitigation of sen -tem-e. He declared thnt while Hatry was aware of the gravity of the of ? fences which struck a blow at the in tegrity of public credit and private dealings, he thought his wrongdoing '...

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NO JURISDICTION HIGH COURT DECISION. APPEAL TO MINERS BY MR. BAVIN. MELBOURNE, Jan. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

NO JURISDICf ION f HIGH COURT DECISION. APPEAL TO MINERS BY MR. BAVIN. MELBOURNE, Jan. 22. By a majority decision of four to one the High Court held tbat Mr. Justice Becby had no jurisdiction to make an interim award in the coal industry, and it was, therefore, bad in law and void. Mr. Justice Isaacs was the dissenting judge. MELBOURNE, January 22. Delivering its reserved judgment on the application testing the \alidity of ihe Bei-ljy interim award, the High 4 on rr today, by ;i majority derision, declared Mr. Justice Bceby's award in \alid. Tlie majority judgment was deliver ed l\v Jnnicps Putty, Rich, Starke and .Pi voii. Mi-. Justice li=«fti;?, however, dissented. la their joint judgment, Justices Duffy. Kith, Marks and Dixon said the iiiinci *rtii for ilof i^i'ini n» 1 ion Wils whether the interim award made by Mr. Jus lire Beohy on December 19th was valid or made without jurisdiction. The lolljpries of die proprietors bound by the aw aid had Lcun closed since March and no membe...

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HOURS SAVED. MARSEILLE LONDON. LONDON, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

HOURS SAVED. MARSEILLES LONDON. LONDON, January '26. Postal iiIhnhs linked up .Marseilles and London in four limiis .'id minute* at ai average speed oi 1 00 milus an hour. The mails were transferred l-- a second iieioplanp at Le Bourget and rpachf, London llo minuiei- latt-i. 'J lie o/dria t r« in journey' takes IS hours.

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, January 22. The Minister for Labour and ludus try (Mr. H. E. Sizer), said to-day that Mr. T. Ferry, one of the Conciliation Commissioners of the new Arbitration. Court, would be appointed Price Fix ing Commissioner, and that Mr. E. H. Lindsay, who was secretary to the Board of Trade, would be appointed secretary under the new Act and would be acting Price Fixine Commissioner. LONGREACH, January 22. The 6000 sheep, reported marooned yesterday, will be removed to safety. The greater portion arc now on high ground and the balance is expected to be safe to-night. Very few losses occurred. BRISBANE, January 25. The Very Rev. .Dean Francis de Witt Batty was yesterday, at St. John's Anglican Cathedral, consecrated Coad putor-Bishop of Brisbane., land branch of the A.M.I.E.U., the atti tude of the Union in relation to the Queensland Industrial Conciliation Act was dealt with from every angle, and it was finally decided 'That the A.M.I. E.U. shall not register under the...

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LETTER FROM LONDON. LONDON, DECEMBER 19, 1929. Labour's Election Promises. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

LETTER FROM LONDON. From Our Own Correspondent. LONDON', DECEMBER 19, 1929. Labour's Election Promises. A FACT recognised by all intelligent people is that, no matter   what spacious and roseate promises politicians hold out to the gullible public at election time, the post war Situation is of gravity beyond any   statesmanship's quick cure. A Cabinet of Archangels would be power   less to remedy the ills from which this country is suffering as the direct logical consequence of the war. The most statesmen could do would be to play the role of wise physicians, and assist the patient's restoration to health by all the best scientific   methods available. Whether the late Government did this may be a matter   of controversy. Many think it showed a totally inadequate realisation of   strict economy. But the latest unemployment   statistics, showing nearly a quarter of a million more unemployed &am...

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

HONEYCOMBE— WHITMEE. A lovely frock of ivory silk voile, worn over a satin slip, was chosen by Miss Girlie Whitmee for her wedding with Mr. William John Honeycombe, which Mas celebrated at St. Paul's Cathedral last Monday morning. The bride's frock had a long skirt, which was composed of soft flounces to the waist, and a plain tight bodice, with long Bieuves auu a spray oi orange blossoms at the shoulder and waist. Her beautifully embroidered veil was lent by Mrs. A. H. Whitmee. She also wore the bridegroom's gift (a necklet of crystal beads) and she carried a bou quet of gardenias, camellias and bau hinia, with trails of stephanotis and white ribbon streamers. The bride's bouquet was made }-y Miss Mary Stan dish. The bride, who was given away by her brother (Mr. Arthur Whitmee), is the only daughter of the late Mr. A. B. Whitmee and Mrs. Whitmee, Kent-street, Roekhampton, and the bridegroom is the eldest con of the late Mr. W. J. Honeycombe, of Ayr. The service was conducted by the...

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

Flood Scenes In Enoland. Funeral in the Floods at Bourne End, Buck*., In the Thames Valley.— Owing to the house being inaccessable by road, it was found necessary to convey the coffin across the river and flood ed fields by punt.

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