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COMMITTED SUICIDE. SYDNEY, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

COMMITTED SUICIIJEr SYDNEY, February 3. Peter Nudzi, clerk, 25, who was mar ried on Thursday last to a girl aged 15 years, was found dead in a house at Auburn early on Sunday morning. His chest was torn by a discharged shotgun. In a note found by his wife, Nudzi stated he had been robbed of £600. which he had drawn from the bank to begin his married .life. The police report that several simi lar notes had been written by Nudzi, who declared that he was not able t ) face poverty again. They regarded this story as improbable. It has been ascertained that the young man owed different sums ot money. Nudzi met the girl at Auburn six months ago and the marriage Iiad the consent of her father, who understoo-2 that the young man proposed to go to America. Nudzi was to call for his bride on Saturday, so that they could depart on their honeymoon, but he did not appear. Thinking that the man had depar ted witlicut his young wife, the girl's father applied for a warrant, but at £ o'clock on Sun...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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ALL GONE. £31,000 FOR SHARES. SYDNEY, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

ALL GONE. £31,000 FOR SHARES. SYDNEY, February 4. Ihe hearing of a conspiracy charge arising out of the affairs of the Pro perty Insurance Company began to-day at the Central Police Court. John Gunn, 45, solicitor, William Beckett, 38, company manager, Alan Howden and Harold Grace were charged with having, between January, 1027, and December, 1020, conspired to defraud the public MISS VAN IRVING, the well known Melbourne society girl, who had exciting escapades in Europe. She returned to Australia in the Comorin, and was met by her mother. of divers sums of money. Mr. Rogers (Crown Law Department) said that the case afforded another in stance of the need for the amendment of the Companies Act, which, instead oE protecting the public, served as a cloak for evilly disposed persons. The agree ment under which the company was formed was the most wonderful he had seen. The agreement waB not registered under the Companies Act and had not been under the notice of shareholders or persons wh...

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OIL POLICY. SHALLOW DRILLING. CANBERRA, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

^ OIL POLICY. ... SHALLOW DRILLING. CANBERRA, February 3. Referring to-day to the general oil policy of the Commonwealth Govern ment, the Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. A. Blakeley) stated that, although in the past some of Australian companies had been working on thoroughly sound principles, there appeared to have been a certain amount of deep drilling on areas which had not been properly inspected geologically and these opera tions might be regarded as blind stab bing. Realising that a thorough geological survey, supplemented by shallow drill ing, must precede deep drilling, the Go vernment had decided to confine its financial assistance to such work arul not subsidise deep drilling on areas which had not been properly and ade quately surveyed. The subsidies would be on Uie basis of £1 from the Government for every £3 expended by the companies. Although the technical qual ideations of the Commonwealth geological adviser (Dr. Woolnough) had never been doubted by the public, a certa...

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PLANE CRASHES. RESTED UPSIDE DOWN. SYDNEY, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

PLANE CRASHES. RESTED UPSIDE DOWN. SYDNEY, 1-ebruarv 4 Serious injuries were sustained oy Claude Hetherington, of JManly, to-day, when the Moth plane he was Hying crashed from a height of 40 feet and pinned him to the earth. Hetherington, who is a member of the Aero Club, took a Moth out at Mas cot to-day and when about to rise lie ^noticed 'another plane iu front of him. 5prf'rose*iquickly to avoid a collision, b'!1: the' plane staggered and fell, cominp tn rest ujpside down on top of the pilot. ,H«therington was released by other men and rushej to hospital unconscious. He suffered concussion, fractured jaw and severe bruises and shock.

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CURRENCY AND CREDIT THEORIES BROKAW'S EQUITABLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

CURRENCY AND CREDIT THEORIES (By 'Pertinax.'); BROKAW'S EQUITABLE SOCIETY. If sheer goodwill could solve the' problems of the world there can be no doutft whatsoever that the solution would be provided by Mr. W. E. Brokaw, the author of 'The Equitable Society and How to Create It.' His book, con taining matter that has been accumu lating in his hands for 35 years, is per vaded with good intentions, and bubbles over with the author's earnest and hum ble desire to serve his fellowmen. From the day he left Illinois because of the impossibility of ever being able to buy or rent a farm by working for wages, he says, ' my ? chief object in life has been to do all I can to hasten the day when equity shall be established.' That, as he truly states, is the only 'axe to grind ' that he has. ETHICS AND ECONOMICS. And so, in a queer mixture of ethics, metaphysics, and economics, Mr. Brokaw proceeds to blaze the new trail, having first provided his readers with his own particular ' guide ' and '...

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AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS PROFITS AND LOSSES FOR TWENTY EIGHT YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS PROFITS AND LOSSES FOR TWENTY EIGHT YEARS. In 28 years the Commonwealth has been burdened with £30,513,569 iu its railway operations. A very staggering amount for a country of comparative youth ! The details given below are taken from Commonwealth publications and cover the present century to 1928. The first five years successively showed losses, but there was a change for tlie better in the following nine years, the surpluses rang . ing from £383,625 to £1,424,000, And the year 1910-11 was the moat profitable period. And the downward path was treaded again ; the losses mounted with the regularity of the years, the peak deficit being £7,103,051 in 1925-26. Profits for the 28 years totalled £7,541,854, but they were completely overshadowed by losses totalling £44,060,324. Following are the details: — AUSTRALIA. ] QUEENSLAND. rrofit or loss after paying work- Profit or loss after paying worktas ing expenses, interest, and other expenses, interest, and other charges...

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

I BURNS AND TWIGG LIMITED, j 8; ROCKHAMPTON. J { Established 1875. ? 8 ENGINEERS. IRONFOUNDERS. PLUMBERS. \ 8 — -And ? J 8 IRRIGATION EXPERTS. ? ^ Patentees, jnd manufacturers of the PATENT QUICK LOCKING PIFB JOINT, as illustrated. Absolutely the simplest and quickest locking 5 joint on the market. Guaranteed to stand 60 1b. pressure. 0 fe F'g- *? t Fig. 2. £ i We manufacture TANKS, TROUGHING, and ACETYLENE LIGHTING PLANTS S ? and undertake PLUMBING WORK in all its Branches. ? ? i^OT OF En&ine ^ mcdonalds Jmf-&u£h ^ ^ S Wl 1 ^Mfawfc.l 'SUPER-DIESEL ! ? Bil P*\ Olt engines ? & IB11 NFW HANDY /Far \ % i jffi^i WINDMILLS. ? i HKPPi Agents for:— SUPER DIESEL ENGINES, ? P ^^^H YATES'S SEEDS, and SUNSHINE ? 5 . fl||^^S ^ ? IMPLEMENTS. ? ? Call or Enquire froni Us before ORDERING ELSEWHERE. f ft Satisfaction Gujuranteed, and easy terms arranged, if necessary. ? j Burns & Twiflg, Limited. : ft . ROCKHAMPTQN \(Estd. 1875.) ? Z' .??-..?. ? ? ^^ 'WHAKATANE' HARR...

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

Elderly Gentleman: 'Is this the cheap* est umbrella you keep?' Assistant: 'Yh, sir, the very cheapest.' MARSHALL SHOES For The Man Who Cares. Fitted with the Autopedic Arch support together with the 'Restan Cushion Heel' these make walking a pleasure. In Black Patent Tan Calf, Black Patent, Glace Kid, Tan Box Calf. . Calf NBE^j (I In Glace Kid, Black Patent, Black Patent Tan Calf. Tan Calf. Sizes And Half Sizes, All Lasts. McDOUGALL LTD. SYD. MAY. .^^^^^^l^^^^k ^^^'^y''-^'- ???????? iiJj^^^^^^^^^p :?')* ''^^spQSM&k .?.:^':::::::l::::?:-:5::^:::.:::i 5^x^^^SF3/ INDIGESTION * When all else failed — Kruschen won the day ! ' If there is one thing on earth calculated wonderful Salts regularly for several to make life seem not worth living it is month I am perfectly well, and can con mdigestion. Indigestion has ruined fidently say, when all else failed, Krus more tempers and wrecked more homes chen won the day. 1 would rather go than drink or drugs. It turns saints without my brea...

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

[?] 'HO5IE 6'GRADV': thanks, 'One Mdre' for your assurance that milk straight from the cow is not harmful to children. I'm very pleased it is O.K., as otherwise I would certainly have had a very hard task in break ing my little ones off their, habit. BUNYIP: I notice that 'Edro' Is asking for some method of keeping aftts out of a, safe. 'Edro' mutt be- a oew reader, or else a very forgetful one, be cause some two or three years back I gave the secret away, and at tha risk of incurring the Editor's displeasure I Hereby repaat it. You suspend the safe by any con venient method; but you must hang it up with a hobble chain. The ajtts climb down only as far as the swivel, itiO. then get absolutely bamboozlid. This is not a talfc. It's philosophic obiervation. Try it and see for your self. 'AUSTRALIA': Always on the look, out for something that will prove * labour saver in the home, I pass this information on to housewives who, through your valuable columns, are al ways assured of -useful...

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RAIL MOTORS. BRISBANE, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

RAIL MOTORS. BRISBANE, January 30. An inspection has been made by tne Minister for Railways (Mr. Godfrey Morgan) at the Ipswich workshops of a new type of rail motor, which has been completed, except for the installa tion of the engine. The car has movable glass windows and seats on either side of a corridor. It has seating accommo dation for 60 and can be used either on suburban or country lines. The Minister said -to-day that the Department was still looking for. an improved type of engine. At present the chief mechanical engineer at the Ip swich railway workshops was visiting other States inspecting various types which were in use.

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

KlTCH€HCRflFT f In this column a prize of 5/- is jgivea eacK week for the best recipe, fcn-l 2s. 6cL for the second. 'PRIMROSE' is first this week with: A soaring thermometer; I swel ter while I write of cool dishes, which trill appeal even on the hottest of hot ?flay*! Floating island: — ] quart milk, 4 fegtts, 4 tablespoons sugar, i teaspoon saft, i cup currant jelly, 2 teaspoons vanilla or almond essence. Scald milk; beat egg yolks; stir in feMgaf and salt, add hot milk gradually, mixing well. Cook slowly in sauce pan until mixture begin* to thicken, stirring continually. Cool, flavour, and put into dish. Make meringue of whites whipped until dry, aid into which jelly has been beaten, & tea spoon at a time, and. heap on top; or drop meringue by spoonful on top of custard and put small pieces of jelly in centre of each. ChlU and serve. Pear trifle: — Arrange 6 halves of pears (canned or stewed), stem ends towards the centre, on a round sponge cake about S inches in diamete...

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AERIAL SERVICE. CAPE TO CAIRO. LONDON, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

AERIAL SERVICE. CAPE TO CAIRO. LONDON. January 28. A service from London to Melbourne in 12 days in 1931 was foreshadowed by Sir Sefton Brancker in a speech at the Aldwych Club. Similarly, he anticipated a through air mail from the Cape to Cairo. If the nation, he said, thought im perially and octed forthwith a decade would cee wonderful flying statistics. The. United States had knocked out en tirely the British certificate of air worthiness and were now the world'* best salesmen. British aircraft were equivalent to Al at Lloyd's. 'He added {hot scientific knowledge showed that the speed attained in the race for the Schneider trophy could be surpassed. There was no reason why, sooner or later, it should not Be possible to travel as fast as sound.

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PROPOSED TARIFF TRUCE WORLD AND EMPIRE TRADE. LONDON, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

PROPOSED TARIFF TRUCE WORLD AND EMPIRE TRADE. LONDON, January 28. In the House of Commons to-day, the President of the Board of Trade (Mr. W. Graham) was asked if he would un dertake that no definite action would b--' taken until after the Imperial Confer ence tD proceed with the proposals for a tariff truce in view of the opinions expressed by the Dominion. Mr. Graham said ' Yes, certainly. We have had 26 rr 28 acceptances from European and other countries and at the forthcoming conference at Geneva, whatever may be the difficulties, I in tend to do my very best in this matter.' Mr. H. Hanncn drew attention t0 the League of Nations' figures showing that world trade Teas increasing faster than that within the Empire. He suggested that foreign «-ountries' trade growth j was due to protective tariffs and asked if the Government contemplated in* creasing safeguarding duties. Mr. Graham in Teply, said he did not agree that the world trade had in creased in proportion to the number ot ob...

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

KIRBY'S FEBRUARY CLEARANCE SALE.. 1 THE OPPORTUNITY IS YOURS ! RECKON UP THE THINGS YOU HAVE TO BUY; | CLOTHING, PERSONAL AND HOUSEHOLD NEEDS THAT ARE NOW REDUCED TO I UNHEARD OF LEVELS. j , ' CLEARANCE Of; MEN'S SHIRTS. CLEARANCE OF MEN'S CLEARANCE OF, BEAUTIFUL SILKS. j .«'&, KHl.-MBN'S HAIRCOKD TOUR- TRflllSFRS r-n o, mmr™ -»»» rat I. #/ ^^Vjffe IST SHIRTS, with Boft collar to 1IWUOCA3. KH^i. PRINTED CREPE DE . ^ «? 1 /Ay / Bk ? Jfl matCll, newest* BuTjpc UCSluufi. in ttx ?)!) TijT?xTjc ctwnrwr* r*tvt\ ? ?. ' ? * aa :i & ? -? ^V 1 ///fas . ^r ? JH1 ff ii- i_ ii i ivti So. Muii olJxUJSur UUi- oualitv larpe ransre of Drettv dc- Vi y»/ ? '///*£/ C& JH blue, grey, heho, brown 6hades. A ,,,rtxT TnlI,rl- llrncr trcnrcpDc quauiy,. uuge muge «i Vi™3 u» ?» T-V\~ ,fi /Ymml£4 -??» V WV KDleiulf^ wparinc fahvir All ^ph 10N TWEED WORK. IROUSERS, signs on light, medium and dark W) J jtf^l II* im& T J Worth 12/6 AH sizes. medium weight) dark gl.ey shade grounds, ...

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DINGO BOARD. BELYANDO DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

DINGO BOARD. BELYANDO DISTRICT. A meeting of the Belyando Dingo Board was held on Wednesday last, Mi. T. M'Cann (chairman), C. E. Ellis (Government representative, and £? Holler being present, says our Clermoul correspondent, writing on January 31st. Mr. M'Cann was re-elected chairmai' for the year at the same allowance as before, and Mr. W. Bacon was reappoin ted clerk at present salary. Mr. II. Albion, receiver at Summerdell, inquired at what length dingo scalps should be paid for and stated that a scalper had told him he would have to pass scalps of unborn dingo pups for payment. The Clerk had replied that the Board had decided that dingo pups must by paid for, no matter what was their age, but advised both the receiver and a scalper that unborn pups must not be paid for. Mr- W. S. Shannon, Paradise Downs, requested exemption from assessment of his holding known as Burgoyne, in the Barcaldinc lani agent's district. — It was decided to ad vise the writer that it was necessary that...

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DROWNING FATALITY. IN LILYMERE LAGOON. ROCKHAMPTON, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

DROWNING FATALITY. IN LILYMERE LAGOON. 1 .ROCKHAMPTON, February 4. The police reported last night that a drowning fatality occurred in Lily mere Lagoon, during the afternoon. A boy passing the lagoon noticed a horse, with saddle and bridle. A whip was on the ground near the animal. Making further search, he saw a hat floating on the water. He came into the city and immediately notified the police, who proceeded to the water reserve, se cured a boat and commenced dragging operations. About 11 o'clock they found the body of a middle aged man identified as Elna Tarry Cranston, in about 10 ft. of water. The deceased was a resident of the locality and con ducted a dairy with a milk run in the city.

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

I 'WMiiu, 1 j3P^ 2£ tons of REX Foods ™- w Wanting greatest food-value in ?mall *V'V bulk, wanting at the same time pieats. {-//-? unimpeachable in quality and a pleas ure to eat, Sir Douglas Mawson has taken with him :— 1080 one pound cans REX-P^E '5 cwt. of REX Canned Pork Outage 5 cwt. of REX Canoed Lorraine ; Smoked Sausages 5 cwt. of REX Canned Beef Sautaget 1 ton of REX Bacon % ton of REX Hami Conclusive proof to add to your own -&e- experience that the famous REX jSjL Products are of supreme quality ; for flRp Sir Douglas could not afford to take MB* risks with his food supply. ^S^ Ask for REX products at all grocers 0 10§£ ' and smdllgoodsmen. REX-PYE , sad 29 otherfood products, betides Hams and Bacon and Smallgoedt Write to us for a complete list. PTOCC ITT ^JONE-S _PTY. LTD Carers ef the choice REX Hams and Bacon & other f»m«u«RlXl-«1ieactei

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

ZILZIE BUTCHERY. 'Phont 3. . PRIME MEATS, POULTRY, SMALL GOODS, And CRYSTAL ICE. - PROMPT DELIVERY. MAT. RYAN. ~ GROCERIES, Ac Established 1891. Orders Called for. Daily Deliver*. crry service at the seaside. 'Phone 12. POST YOUR ORDER TO A. PATTERSON, STOREKEEPER & REFRESHMENT ROOMS. Prompt Attention. Your Order will be ready. 'Phone 25. MRS. POWER, For Your DRAPERY & FANCY GOODS i High Class Confectionery, Beach Requisites. ; Sand Shoes, Costumes, Caps, &c. latest | styles. Toys — a wide selection. , RIVIERA HOTEL. j ''On the Sea.' I FIKST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION, 1 Lounge and Jazz Room. | Excellent Cuisine. ; M. RYAN :: :: Proprietor. | 'Phone 8. | J. MACKIE, | BAKER. j DAILY DELIVERY. i Bread and Small Goods fresh daily. !' Support Your Local Industry. MODERN APPOINTMENTS, MAGNIFICENT SEASCAPE, ROOF GARDEN. EXCELLENT CUISINE. Reservations. ' 'Phone 37. ~~ H. SMITH AND COY., CASH BUTCHERS. Daily Delivery. Prime Beef. Mutton, and Dairy Pork, Small Goods. Phone ...

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

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OVERCROWDED. BRISBANE GRAMMAR. BRISBANE, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

OVERCROWDED. BRISBANE GRAMMAR. BRISBANE, January 30. Owing to the large number of ap plications by winners of State scholar ships for permission to attend the Brisbane Boys' Grammar School, at least 200 have had to be refused through lack of accommodation. The Director of Education (Mr. M'Kenna), when questioned on the mat tor to-day, stated that there wat' plenty of acc.-onipiodu.tiou at the State ii-igb School in South Brisbane with a stall as competent as any in Brisbane. Why, he asked, could not the boys go there! He added that Queensland was ap proaching the position which bad bees reached in New South Walea many years ago, when ? children who passed qualifying examinations for «dminsion to secondary schools waited until there were vacancies. The Education Department in Queens land was endeavouring to avoid that by the establishment of intermediate schools, which would train children for the Junior Public examinations. Ho was particularly proud of the successes of State High Sc...

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