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FAT LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

FAT LAMBS. There is no area in Central Queens land more suited to the raising of fat lambs than the Theodore irrigation area. With the many appointments available for continued food supplies the local market, at least, should hold out bright prospects for quite a large number of settlers on the irrigation area. Undoubtedly a fat lamb trade could be worked up in the Central dis trict and a steady and assured mat*' ket would quickly become established. The production of fat lambs is of much importance to this district and is an industry capable of much development. As with as other farm animals, the largest and quickest returns are mads by fattening' young lambs, and as the mutton is improved by the introduc tion of suitable mutton sheep, more and more people would learn to appreciate the high flavoured joints. There is al ready a inch greater demand for the tender Mid juicy meat from lambs than from older sheep, even i 'ey are well fattened. For this reason, and be cause fat lambs wo...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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BIRTH CONTROL. BISHOP'S DENUNCIATION. SYDNEY, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

BIRTH CONTROL. BISHOPS : DENUNCIATION, SYDNEY! February 3. Birth control was denounced by Arch bishop Kelly in an , address at the opening of a new. hostel at Darlinghurst yesterday.. . 'You will find some people advocating i these shocking practices,' he said. I 'There is no such thing as a soul or I the supernatural to them and in point I of morals they are worse than the beasts I of the field. We must preserve the I Roman Catholic people from this poi sonous teaching. Those people who would do anything to defeat the laws of God and interfere with the working of Nature are guilty of a heinous crime and will pay the penalty in the end.'-

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BABY CLINIC CAR. DUTIES OF STAFF. BRISBANE, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

BABY CLINIC CAR. DUTIES OF STAFF. BPISbANE, January 30. A new travelling baby clinic car, to run on the Queensland railways, has just been completed at the Ipswich rail' way workshops for the Child Welfare Department of the Home Department and will shortly be put into use. It will be sent to various parts of the State in charge of a competent staff of nurses, who will give lectures to mothers and provide all the services which are available to mothers and in fants in baby clinics in Brisbane and other large centres.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

ORDER FORM. THE MANAGER, Morning Bulletin Ltd., Quay-street, Rockhampton. Please forward 'The Central Queensland Herald' each week to the undermentioned address for ? ^^wpptta^^r which I enclose the6Umdf ? ? ? - -sr ^ijv KAUE,fty:..r^&?..j£y. ? ADDREfeS \'&v.rt-^yp£ ? SIGNATURE ? SUBSCRIPTION RATES ARE: 12 months, 20s.; 6 months, 10a.; 3 months, 5s. ON THE LIPS OF EVERY CONNOISSEUR WHO KNOWS A GLASS OF GOOD BITTER ALE WHEN HE TASTES IT vMIHIIIl MM MELBOURNE'S BEST BOTTLED BITTER BEER. Brewed at the Richmond Brewerv, Melbourne. - . ,, THOMAS M'LAUGHLIN & CO., ' SOLE AGENTS FOR CENTRAL QUEENSLAND. J. . . . ? ? . . . : ? . ? . _ . . ?' .. , . : - ' ? - - ? ? ?— ? --L^-j-^Lmmm mmmm

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

— f^ W _ SOLD EVERYWHERE. ' AUCTION SALE. GOOVIGEN SELECTION. AT THE ROOMS, WOW AN, WEDNESDAY, 26th FEBRUARY, At 12 O'clock. Account the Mortgagee. PERPETUAL LEASE SELECTION No. 163, Monto District, being Portion 0, Parish of Earlsfield, standing in name of R. T. Banks, situated about one mile from Goovigen Railway Sta tion. It has an area of 189 acres all good alluvial soil. Improvements comprise about 80 acres forest, cleared for cultivation, fencing, hut. The selec tion is permanently watered by Callid» Creek. TERMS AT SALE. The highest or any bid will not neces sarily be accepted. W. HOSKINGS, AUCTIONEER, WOWAK. AGENT FOR H. V. M'KAY LTD. ( SUNSHINE FARM IMPLEMENTS.) 3 Sections Diamond Harrows, with bar, £4/15/-; 3 Sections Stump Jump Har rows, with bar4 £6/15/-. Sunpearl j Pearl Disc Harrow with pole, £14, or 1 with forecarriage, £16/10/-. SunkliU Disc Harrow £15. ALL PRICES j F.O.B. BRISBANE. Terms arranged. | W. HOSKINGS, I Wo wan. -i COMMISSION AGENT, AUCTIONEKB, j VALUER, R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

CHOOSE WISELY! W, & J. MILKING PLANT THE BEST COMBINATION. ? __ ? 1 fe - ^. -^'i:':.;;!!^^.1:^^^^)^^!^ BRITISH ? I^^^t&t 'ALFA LAVAL ' .^^ »i» ' CROSSLEY vf M| SEPARATORS Pffl— _ Jfifti* S^BpplllLj ENGINE, ^^. -jHI . Always Lead with JtMl LMZ! (I||BJ![T||| AUSTRALIAN ^*5»f|fi Sound Improvements. ' A FEW OF W. & J. MACHINERY LAVAL.' ^H«^^ m -wi« ««— m v ? . Acknowledged by all «^H|L^ 3S *^% '*''*' ' * * LINES:- Dairy Men to be Clean fPH^1 I Si ™ US \ Skimmers* *? -p friges op larger sizes ««- .i« r^wirwlT ON APPLICATION. W- & J. Milk Machine*. LET US QUOTE Cream r^,, ^ roR PAEIICDlAEg OT YOU, OUR SPECIAL OFFER: Alfa Laval Separators, .. .. .. e Gallon at 22/ each Dairy Buckets. ? '.' . '' ''. 3 Gallon at ? 22/6 each SEAMLESS MILK BUCKETS. British Crossley Engines, AU Information _ 14 6aUoB8 at _ m ^ Gladly Supplied. 4 Gttllon ftt ? 2oA each 2 -«i». at ???? ??/? -* — '«...„, ,. 2§ Gallons at .... 11/- each Roseberry Pumpers, ss :: :: » Gallon at 2m each...

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SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

SHIPS, The cripple by hie window site, his pencil in Mb hand, And bendB his absent gaze upon the gentle, smiling land, Folk Ehake their heads as they drive by, and eay : ' He cannot see, ' Or hear one when one speaks to him — ** At times his very mind is dim !'*..? But underneath his flying finger? grows an argosy ! Oh, firm and fine the lines of her, the tall masts full of pride, Her sails blown to theit utmost, as, heeling on her side, With every rope and spar of her hard-coated o'er with rime, She rides the dire and dreadful seas, Tliro' walls of ice and snow that freez? A foot thick on her hatches in the Arctic summer-time I And this one rides contemptuous upon an empty main, Upon her gently ruffled sails she bears the Cross of Spain ; He limns in pigmy figures, he out lines poop and waist, And one enc guess that her dark hold Is crammed with bars of blood-stained gold, She ie 6o heavy-laden ehe can have no thought of haste. , He has his moods of blackness, but anon the shadows ...

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Poets' Corner AYE PARTED! [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

[?] [?] AYE PARTED! Aye the years are long ! will they e'er grow Jess ? Small wonder you think of them yet. I read my fato in that stern decree And knew I should never forget.' In the light you spoke you deemed it right 'Henceforth our ways divide.' You've borne your lot with a- heavy yoke And I with a stubborn pride. You held your reason a sacred one Which my heart could never discern. We travel a jcurney without a goal By a path we shall never return. Shall we adjure what is decreed By immutable laws unknown t Shall we stoop to question relentless fate When the choosing wae all our own T Ah ! bitter the parting now; as then Time sweetens no cup of gall — The lipht that passed from a trusting soul Has vanished beyond recall. You speak of, a love held dearer than life: ?Was it more than a passing breath ? Is not the life that each one lives Sadder by far than death ? How could I question before the bar; You — with illusions of art ! For I knew that each must battle alone With the wr...

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INCOME TAX ARREARS. Total Nearly £2,000,000. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

INCOME TAX ARREARS. Total Nearly £2,000,000. Our special representative at Can berra writes : — The collections of income tax by the Federal Government for the financial vear 1926-27 totalled £11,126,278. Then a 10 per cent, reduction was made in tlio tax, and the collections in the two following years amounted to £10,165,175 and £0,841,40(5 respectively. The annual report of the Taxation Commissioner, which has just been printed, givea tbo information that no lens a sum than £1,901,550 was outstanding on .luno 30th last. In view of the stringency oi (the finances, the Government is resolved to secure the payment of as much of tho arrears as it possibly can. The number of person 3 who paid in come tax for the year 1927-28, together with the amount of taxable income and the tax, are set out as follows : — No. of Taxable Tax taxpayers, income £ £ ISosident ? 215,107 10B,2SS,7S9 D,7»»,9t3 Absentee ? 6.972 2,822.797 210,443 Companies .. .. 7,993 B8,S23,-;o 2,871,225 Casual ? 614 1,212,9...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

Lai SC1C11.CG ' attributes serious tooth and gum disorders Widespread dental discoveries in the care of teeth and gums have recently been made. Tooth and gum troubles were found to come largely from a film coat that forms on teeth, absorbs food discolourations and breeds bacteria. Run your tongue across your teeth and you'll feel a slippery coating. That is filro. Old-type dentifrices won't successfully combat it. That's why your iceth now re main 'off-colour' regardless of what you do. Now, in a new-type tientilrice called Pepsodent, those conditions have been met — you can clear that film off. Teeth whiten amazingly. One's whole appearance thus is often quickly changed. 12017

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OBITUARY. MR. ROBERT RUSSELL LOVE. BRISBANE, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

OBITUARY. MR. ROBERT RUSSELL LOVE. BRISBANE, February 3. Mr. Robert Russell Luve, manager for Queensland of the National Bank of Australasia, who fur many years was prominent in banking circles in Aus tralia and London, died to-day, aged o'J. The deceased, who was bom in (Queens land, was an enthusiastic golfer. ' Mr. John Healas, of Selby, (L'ny.), who has retired uiut ,'h \ ;,.,., un Liie. railway, travelled a million and a halt miles without an accident.

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CUSSEN—JAQUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

CUSSEN— JAQUES. A pretty wedding was celebrated in St. Mark's Church of England, Alphn,| on January 16th, when Grace Agus-J tus Ruth, eldest daughter of the lat^ Mr. A. Jaques and Mrs. Jaques, Rose-, bank, Alpha, was married to Austin. Raymond, only son of Mr. ? A. Cussen and the late Mrs. Cussen, Stanthorpe. The Rev. A. H. Freeman officiated. The church, which was crowded with friends and -wellwishers to witness the ceremony, was prettily decorated by friends of the bride. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Charles Jaques, look ed charming in an exceedingly pretty frock of white mariette, trimmed with Chantilly lace. The full flared skirt had a scalloped hemline, mounted on a foundation of Chantilly lace, showing a transparent hem. Her shoes were of silver brocade. She wore a bridal veil of line embroidered tulle, with a dainty cap composed of narrow pleatings and. orange blossoms. She carried a pretty bouquet of white flowers, asparagus fern and white tulle and sati...

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EMU PARK. STAGNATION OF TRADE. ROCKHAMPTON, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

EMU PARK. STAGNATION OF TRADE. ROCKHAMPTON, February 5. The delay in the reconstruction of the bridge ov«r the creek near the Bush Inn is certainly causing the residents, ana especially the business, people of Emu Park, a great deal of anxiety. The Living stone Shire Council has completed all arrangements in connection with the application for the loan, but the money is not yet to hand. As the old bridge was unsafe for traffic, jt was closed and a temporary structure erected. During the re cent heavy rains the approaches to the temporary bridge were washed away, thus cutting Emu Park oil from Rockhampton, except via Yep poon. This state of affairs has brought about absolute stagnation in business at Einu NEW ACADEMY BUILDINGS at Athens. They are built of pur« white . marble. Park, and yesterday 13 business people petitioned the Council to have the ne cessary bridge repaired and the wash outs attended to as early as possible. The petitioners pointed out that Sun day last was the wors...

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Tiggy Touchwood [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

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TOM'S PRESENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

TOM'S PRESENTS. (Written by Evelyn Timm). yesterday wa« Tommy'a birthday. And he was five years old; So. now he'll have to go to school. And do as he is told. He had a lovely party, too, And all the guests were boys: They wen; so very good that day, They didn't; make a noise. HIS AFTER-DINNER CIGXB. (Dra-wn by Kvelyn Tlmme. No. of points, 6). Me was a very lucky boy, He {jot to many t'js: He got a big mti-cano set. . It was from all the boy*. ] Mama gave him a nit-e nr« cup. ! Dadilv gave him a kite; , Aunt May sent him a Uttl-' dn^. , It was so smooth and white. I .Tommy pnt so many ijrefcOits j He couldn't roi.-i.t Ilieni »ll. Feline ion know he couldn't '-otint. He was si very small. 'No. of point* '!!-.

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MY PET. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

MY PKT. (UriH.rn by Kc'.''- A1'1' ''? I I:a\- \ little kangaioo. ''Blue.' is his name: He «. such » durltns- too. And likes to have a game. I gave him fresh milk evcrv ni.u And take him for * walk; He plays and frolins on the lawn. And tries very hard to ta'-. When my :roo has grown tall, I'll take him to the 7.on; Where he'll be admired by all. My poor little Blue. (No. of points 6).

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FLOOD READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

FLOOD READINGS. The flood warning officer (Constable J. Lfeffernan) advised yesterday thas the Fitzroy river continued to fall in the town reach overnight and at 9 a.m. the reading ot the gauge was 10 ft. 3 in., a drop of nearly 3 ft. in the 24 hours. At 9 a.m. yesterday the Dawson River at Baralaba was 19 ft. 9 in. and rining at the rate of 1 in. per hour. During the 24 hours ended at the 6ame hour 21 points of rain had been registered. At Comet the Mackenzie River was 34 ft. 1 in. at 9 a.m. yesterday and ris ing at the rate of 1 in. per hour. BRISBANE, February 2. During the 24 hours ended at 9 a.m. on Saturday, rain fell fairly generally in the coastal divisions. The largest legislations were 438 points at Maple ton, 334 at Bundaberg, 366 at Mnleny, 311 at Yandina, 305 at Cooroy, 282 at Miriam Vale, and 200 at Many Peaks. Except for scattered falls in the Downs, Carpentaria and central highlands, fine weather prevailed. Extremes of tem perature were 97 degg. at Camooweal and Uran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

False Economy to discontinue the use of VITA-LICK. Some GrazieM consider they are saving money by discontinuing the use of VITA-LICK. 'THIS IS FALSE ECONOMY' VITA-LICK IS MORE necessary than ever, because good condition wools command the highest price offering — faulty wools are hard to quit. VITA-LICK ensures good condition VITA- LICK LIMITED Stock Lick Specialists 107 KENT STREET, SYDNEY ' ? - -- ? ' ? - ^?fc*K **«£*** KA* Sole AgenU. . ** FOOD WAS A BURDEN BEFORE INDIGESTION BANISHED BY DR. MORSE® ? INDIAN ROOT PltfJS. Mrs. M. Bill, 174 St. Leonard's Rd., Ascot Vale, Vie., writes:— 'I wish to express: myself for , the .benefit that 1 have derived front Dr. Jtorse's Indian Root' Fills.1 Soiha time. tide I was a sufferer* from, chronic indigestion. 1 took a- course of yourtpHls and re ceived wonderful relief. Before taking them food was a burden to me, but all that was banished after faking Dr. Horse's Indian Root fills. I can highly recommend them to anyone suffering the same comp...

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MEMORIAL UNVEILED. SERAJEVO ASSASSINATION. SERAJEVO, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

MEMORIAL UNVEILED. SERAJEVO ASSASSINATION. SERAJEVO, February 3. Five hundred Serbian patriots stood bareheaded during two minutes' silence while a memorial to Princip was un veiled, commemorating the murder oi the Archduke on June 28th, 1914 The ceremony was otherwise strictly private, no repi-esentatives of the Go vernment or municipality being pre sent, . but members of ' the Nationalis* Society attended the Serajevo Cathedra' for the Requiem Mass for the repose of Princip's soul.

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