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COTTON INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

COTTON INDUSTRY. Our special representative at Can berra writes: — As a result of the increased protec tion granted by the Federal Govern ment, it is expected that a big impetus will ho given to the cotton-growing iu dustrv iu Queensland and to the manu facture of goods in Australia into whicii cotton enters. Senator Massy Greene, chairman of director* of the British Australian Cotton Association, has com luunicated with the Minister for Cus toms at Canberra (in the abscuce o,' Mr. Fenton, who has left for J£uglan4; Mr. Forde is now in charge of the de partment) congratulating the Goveru meut on tho action it has taken aiiw expressing high hopes for the future o* the industry. Senator Greene epoko in similar terms at the' annual meet ing of the company iu Brisbane a few days ago. 'There seems to me very little doubt,' he said, 'that cotton growing will dc vetop steadily, and ultimately be found to be a very valuable factor iu the prim ary production statistics of Australia. - There ...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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VELVET-FOR WINTER WEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

VELVET— FOR WINTER WEAR. The charm of velvet i* well cik eeped hi this Ocll;litful black viii/ velvet afternoon dreFB with a ver- long graceful back. Tile front of the dress is trimmed with twi-. tottf of crj-stal buttons, while th' collar and cuffs are made of he.v. r vhitfe Venetian lace. — S. & (1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

fp- Summer Coolness! -n Vtrandahi shaded by X-L-ALL 6LIND8, m*d« pf «tron8 wooden lath*, linked toflethtr With '''nonruetabt* galy«ntse-tf ?teei chafrii. : X-L.ALU BLINDS have nt. | ?trlns* to rot or cords to , J Ungle. they are ^mlpnlpuitrtftfl ' J / with an «xclui'iv« ^P«tent»d. . ..; 6ure Grip Spring Pulley; -whfeli i{ give* freedom of rolling. X.L-ALL. SUNOS fliv« long life durability, ?xctlllng all other make* en the market. - Palntetf mnj colt— end cut t* ? j elzee required. J Five VEARr guarantee. WITH EVERV BLIND. Particular* apply — ' ' X-L-ALL BLINOS FACTORY, I 52 Boltover St., Rockhunpton. I' *W»on» «1.

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IN THE UPPER BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

IN THE UPPER BURNETT. Creaking up and prize distribution at at Cloninci State School, Waraluh. IJi'linc a ' Vrrnior.t '' registered JcTf-f.y fit Clonmel. The little girl standing #«ts the first jjir] );&rn i« the 1'ppfi1 l^urnett after the closer settlement sclicmc came intn being. Tiir vhefl bai'row rare. ?U'aratafc Hotel, Mungingo, Upper liurncl.. ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

Murdoch's l ai^yj^ffl^^iB ^ ,^BgBHgBBSBjBj|mKrav I far Country Wearl H The 'AlUAustralian ' | I 'DROVER' Hat I I MURDOCH'S 'Kookaburra' quality | M Hat, expressly designed for stockmen and £ I all others associated with the wide, wind-swept, |g ffl gunbaked areas. Pure Fur Felt, light in weight. H BJ staunch in service, 3i-inch medium flat set brim. m H crown well-ventilated, plaited leather band as illus- l£ H tration, military Fawn shade.^ All ^_ _ I IB « size*. A genuine 'Kookaburra,' and *J T / 13; M . made exclusively for Murdoch's. Aus- £g i 13 B ' tralia's finest Hat value mm 9M i...j am ' It N — ana the Distinctive It 1 'SOMBRERO' Hat 1 I DESPEAKSof the dusty Horseman anid i I Australian station life. The hat that has M I met with a 'bushman's welcome' everywhere. ju) H Made from selected Pure Fur Felt, shape as illustra- j| B tration, full crown and heavy-rolled f^aay I f% Dl ? brim, sweat-proof head leathers. J' £ I m\ fgl ? Plaited hat band. MiliUry Fawn ^ f * \J Ml B sha...

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RAINFALL AT ROCKY BAR, NEAR HAWKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

RAINFALL AT ROCKY BAR, NEAR H^WKWOOD. Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Ap. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. ? Total 1905 .... v. 5.33 6.09 2.50 0.69 1.08 0.48 0.50 0.52 — 1.32 2.85 4.48 ? 25.84 1906 .. .- .. 1.58 8.57 7.7S -4.00. ? iiSO C J 0.50 0.32 ' 2.60 ? 4.00'- 1.65 * 0.00 4.69 ? 33.3H 1907 ?.-.- .. ?? 2.70 0.00 1.00 0.00r 1/23, 1.9G 1.29 0.55 1.03 1.00' 4.09 4.38 ? 19.24 1908 *. „:-. .. 0.35 5,70 2.95 0.00 '^.36 0.00 4.20 0.00 1-69 3.60 2.42 1.65 ? 44.12 1909 .. i..i .. 0.19 9.05 0.15 3.75 #30 1.29 4.87 3.21 O.00 2.00 0.00 8.58 ? 33.39 1910 ... -..- ... 10.63 2.15 ~2.20 0.00 '^ 0,00 '-/ 4.75 1.45 0.15 0.55 2.70 &26 5.22 ' ? 36.08 1911 .. ?.. .. .C.38 3.70 1.60 2.71 ^1*1*'' '. ? O.OOV 0.20 1.48 O.S0 1.52 0.16 2.92 ? 22.98 1912 ..; r.v .. D.60 2.80 1.75 0.05 uM ^ 5.75 2.99- 0.45 0.25 2.68 1.30 2.00 ? 21.08 1913 ..? ..: .. 6.66 3.63 3.38 2.20. 2.00 ? 2.48 0.00 1.15 1-40 0.33 1.47 4.65 ? 29.3u 1914 -. .. :?? 0,55 -5.11 -1.50 1.30 1.10 2.28 1.35 0.38 0.15 2.00 2.07 0.00 ? 20.7'J ...

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THE YEARS RAINFALL. BEST FOR THIRTY-NINE YEARS. FEBRUARY RAINS WERE A RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THE YEARB RAINFALL. BEST FOR THIRTY-NINE YEARS. FEBRUARY RAINS WERE A RECORD. Although the Centra! West is still suffering from the effects of '* drought, Eockli3iT-f — '-as had, no cause for complaint in the matter of rain during 1929. The total tor the year was 71 ins., which is the best since 1S90, when S1.90 ius. were registered. In that year rain was recorded each month, ami last' year there were only two totally dry months — May ind July. The rainfall for February, 36.37 ins., was a record for any one mouth during the past 59 years. The next highest monthly total is January, 1918, when 34.36 ins. were regis tered. Away back in '75 the Fel-r uary rainfall was big, 34.08 in. be ing recorded. In the year just closed, nest to February, June was the best month for rain, 10.39 in. being registered. The totals for each month of 1929 and the monthly averages for the last 59 years are as follow : — . Monthly Average January .... ..... .'..-. -.-.-.„ 3.S9 7.61 February . . . .: .... ......

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THE DUROC JERSEY. Springvale Stud. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THE DUROC JERSEY. Spiingvale Stu-J. The Duroc Jersey breed of pig is quickly becoming 'popular in Central Queensland. Considering the Taruworth and Berkshire and the Mid York and Berkshire are both popular crosses on account of their suitability for treat-, ment by bacon factories, this little known breed is rapidly establishing il self all over this portion of the State. For the introduction of t'ais pure bred strain Mr. H. C. Newton, of Wo wan, is to be given much credit, es pecially as his strain is almost ideally suited for the bacon class. The original stock were imported A Duroc-Jeresy boar at ^iringvale. from Canada and the' Springvale Stud breeders are direct descendants from these importations and are all regis« tered stock. The two boars are splendid animals showing plenty of type and carrying flesh where it is needed. The younger boar is being retained for stud and show purposes and should have a long list of victories. He will probably go to the next Brisbane Show. The f...

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METALS MARKET. LATEST QUOTATIONS. December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

METALS MARKET. LATEST Qfef6tAtlbN5. SVDJfkV:- December 31. The following, are' llie Lohdon metal middle quotations, foi.' ycbtcidaj : ~- (loppor.— Standard, spot, £C7 3s. per ton; forward, £6fi 'lbs,. l-)Xd.;^ electro lytic, £82 lbs. to £^- 10s: i-elr ton-, viiv, bars, £S3 10s.; best telect^d, £73. 7s. cd. . ?'??? ??? ; : Lead— Soft, sbdt,, £21 ! 13s. yd. per ton; fonv4ruYf21: lSs. Mi . , , . Tin.— Sjjotj £17i- Us 'Jd. (ser tou; for ward, £17fi Ills. M. Silver— Stariaanl. spot,.*!* 9 '5/16d. per oz.. foi-ward Is. -J 3/S4^; title, tput. Is. 1 1 d/ pe- oz. ; ; forward. Is. 11 l/8d. American electrolytic crinniir ii quott-d at IS fents itcP U». ? '??*?*'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

I C V ft IT R Do You FEEL' FIT, WELL.* * 3 _. 1'P AND FULL ?OBlVfTlGmr Is your, R r ATI n '*' ; f1?' Clear^# Ey^Bright, d| D 1 V U U' ?%' do you feel- you can/;do?^,,iar4^ . ' J ;,;i day's -work without fatigue '1^11 IN O R O F ft f ' y°ur Slood is probably full of 111 v/f\£/EiIV* impurities and wants the assist ance that DR. LOW'S SARSA PARILLA will give to bring jrou good health and strength. 3/6 Per Bottle. Postage 1/3. I. A. WILKINSON (NORTHERN), LIMITED, DISPENSING CHEMISTS, 'PHONE 20ff. .- - ? ROCKHAMPION. ? ' Ever since 1906 when it was introduced1 SaaitaryStaplex has fcMn locked tf to as THE standard by which milking machines sre Judged. ActuOljr 1frtn Is NO BASIS FOR COMPARISON because Simplex leads In ererjr wif. A»k for the new catalogue showing latest improrements. , x 1 n J£*+ D^ry\SIMPLEXMflldni Machines m\-rt'^f^COnS\ Mates! BALTIC Separator* ttSpl** LI MITEP EAST STREET, ROCKHAMPTOK. ^^^ BRISBANE

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STANWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

STANWELL - Ctu-hLuiae passed off very qui-itly^ ., the. young folk partaking iu friendly 1 games of lawu tennis. On Bo*iug Day a party of tennis enthusiasts journeyed - from Wow an to Stauwell, a distuuec oj ? ? 45 miles, to join in an all-day friendly - game of tennis. As Ktauwell had tlit majority of players present, two cap mil*, were elected, Mr. J. Luupplc lor ' Slamvell and R. H- James for Wowair. The follow ing teams were then selected : — Stanwell, Messrs. ,1. C happl:, J. \V. Hill, G. James, C. Le»h, and A. XV. Jarrold, Mebdaines B. Doratt, Ulou. ' M'Sweeney, and Roxburgh, and Missci ' Xeilsou, Roxburgh mid Beaumont; Wowati, .Messrs. 11. H. James, kings ? ford, Roxburgh, F. Lcgli and G. Jar ' rold, Mesdaoies; M. E. Xcilscn and K. Jarrold, and Misses V. Cant. B. brgn, B. Beaumont, M. Koxbur, 'i and A James. A very LMijoyable day wa& upeiit ' and some very line and keenly tough t frames were played. The ladies of the StanwcJl (.lub provided luncheon and afteruoou tea,...

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ALTON DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

ALTON DOWNS. A Heavy storm worked up here yes ? ierday and j«^e us a very welcome fall * of rain and several showers fell * throughout the night. Records of tho ! fall throughout the district generally * are not a\ailable. but Waroula. received * 250 points, which is \«ry acceptable. t as the'.«ountrv around here ^as in a t pretty bad state and water scarce. '?'Some stoekowners have hud to drive * t.'ieir cattle to water a very consider t able distance. t Everything is in readiness for the an * nual tports meeting on New Year's * Day. Unless heavy rain falls before « that date it should attract a large at ?? tendance. I Alton Downs, December 30, l'J29.

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WRECKED STEAMER. MADRID, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

WRECKED STEAMER. MADRID. Uecember 26. Further details regarding the Nor wegian steamer Aciand, lost off Bayonne, show that the crew of 25 were battered to death on the rocks. The Asland drifted uncontrolled to wards the 6hore. A number of boats battled through the surf, but rocks pre vented their approach to the doomed steamer. The cries of the seamen from the darkness indicated that the vessel had sunk and would be rescuerera subse quently saw ike bodies of eight men, wearing life belts, being battered to death on the rocks. Many bodies were washed ashore. It is believed 25 lives have been lost. The skipper of the Asland was last seen by watchers on the fishing boats embracing his wife. , The boat disappeared under a liu^e wave.

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FRENCH AIRMEN. PARIS, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

FRENCH AIRMEN. PARIS, December 26. The Air Ministry has been unofficially advised that the bodies of the thre; airmen, Victor Joseph La Salle, Marcel Rebard and Raymond Salcot were found on the Libyan coast by Italian airmen. The latter reported that the bodies ot the airmen were found in the wreckage of a Diane. The Italian authorities will recover the bodies and return them to Frencu custody. . The ill-fated airmen left Tunis on December lath, en route for FrcnchIn do China. PARIS, December 27. The mystery surrounding the deaths of La Salle, Rebard and Salcot has been finally cleared up. They crashed. The machine was dis covered on the Tripolitan coast. The bodies have been identified.

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PENAL PROBLEM. PARIS, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

PENAL PROBLEM. PARIS. December 30. The partial suppression of the death sentence generally has had a disastrous effect on murder statistics, as no alter native to the guillotine has yet been de vised. Even hard labour on Devil's Island, which is the second most severe punish ment in the penal code, seems mild, almost like a pardon, in comparison with beheading, especially as some coji victs quickly escape to a foreign coun try, from which extradition ia impos sible. - The Prison Council of Fiance is considering embodying solitary confine ment for life on Devil's Island for murderers who escape the death pen alty. BSljp^ recently adopted the evstel.n1'bl lijfi£i&n!j|- solitary confinement in special itbtitea cells, and the authorities,, say jtBa€ tftiriinalB regard this pymishineiit as* worse'than death. It is a question, however, whether French public opinion would favour such a punishment, which recalls the tortures of the Middle Ages.

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PRIMARY PRODUCERS. MELBOURNE, December 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

PRIMARY PROpUCERS. , MfillllOrjLKKE, -Jkcelnter' 25. . An outbreak, of:, authrajioecurred on a farm at ^rfstColae, one cow dying from the dfftRas^ on Fridii^t - ? Precaution^ have 'been ''-taicen to .pre vent a bpread °f the'drsejjse wliicji oc curred in-;thp 'sanie locality 25 rears

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ASTRONOMICAL AND METEOROLOGICAL. TIDES FOR JANUARY, 1930. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

ASTRONOMICAL AND METEOROLOGICAL. TIDES FOR JANUARY. 1030: ? ,., High water at ??..?..' Low /water :at?,^ ? V.-. ' .; 0 Rockhamptoii ; _ Sea Hill' Calliope Crossing Bbyne Crossing.. a.m». \, p,m. a.m. .p.m.' ' 'a.m. ? ?'. p.m.' ' - -a.m'. 'pan* ??? : 1 „.,..- ?. 11.29 ..— 9.59 10.6 3.31 4.§9 ~iM -?'? 5.11 -2 .., y. - ?„ 0.3S 0.54 10.25 10.33 4.8 5.37 , -$0 5.4» 3 ..- -.y ».! L3 1.24 10.54 11.8 4.45 6.18 '4.57 6.28 ' 4 »-:.:.?«.,. 1.38 :- 1.56 11.26 11.52 5.23 6.52 5:35 774 5 „., r.., c.-. '2.2,2.. '2.36 — 0.6 6.3 7.30 6:15 :7&P: 6 ...?..? r.. 3.22-7 -.vIMl. 0,52 1.1- fi.48 8.9 7.0 8&1 7 ..: y.- „., 4,27 4.31. 1.57 2.1 7.42 8.54 - ^ 7.54 8.6 S ..; w .... 5.27 5.26 2.57 2.58 8.50 943 '? 9.2 9.56 9 .. .. ... 6,33 0.29 4.3 3.59 10.3 10.36-10.15,10,0 SPECIAL NOTICE:— Thetimes given for Rockhampton and Sea flijl'ara ttie; high water. Those given for. Calliope and Boyne River Urossiug are the times of low water. ? ' '

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

CRICKET. N'ew Soiiili Walu« dciVated Tictoria l--' !';- run- d-\ tlie ltrst innings. When play ociiwcil on Tuesday Victoria had hcv.'n wivkcts down for :'A\, but when piny was resumed on N'.'ciliiosday, the side was dismissed for an inlditional mi run-. l';iirf;;\- took live wickets for 10-1. New South Wuleti phiyed out time, losing two wicket's for 1-1.), il'Cabe be ill' ?M not out.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

1930 A BRIGHT AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL. IS THE SINCERE WISH OF I CHISHOLM & CO,, WE THANK YOU. We Take This Opportunity to THAXK YOU for jour Appre ciation of Our Efforts, by Your Patronage During 1929. OUR NEW YEAR RESOLUTION: WE WILL DO BETTER DURING 1030 £NI- TRUST THAT (1) With Our Close Attention to Business. ' (2) Our Consideration of Your Requirements. -3) Our Keen Prices. .To Merit a Fuller Share of Your Patronage During 19S0. ?' 3IAIL YOUR EN QUffilES TO ? ' ? \ CHISHOLM'S COMPARE— AND YOUR BUSINESS WILL GO TO CHISHOLM & OX'S j THE BUSY DRAPERS ? EAST STREET, ROCKHAMPTON., M

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"LOOK AT MY NEW BOOTS I" [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

' LOOK AT MY N'KW BOOTS 1' (Drawn by. Jean Dennis. Ko. of points 6.)

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