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THE CENTRAL QUEENSLAND HERALD, ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1930. THE YEAR AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THE               CENTRAL QUEENSLAND HERALD,     ROCKHAMPTON.           THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1930.   THE YEAR AHEAD. So accustomed have we become to the belief that the history of the human race is a record of progress toward a higher state that it appears almost here- sy to question whether man is as toler- ant now as he was in the days before science unlocked the wonder room of Nature and allowed him to marvel at the mysteries therein. Yet, in sober truth, so it would seem. Our grand- parents, who travelled by coach, showed. by their consciousness of the supreme worth and greatness of human life, that they also accepted responsibility for   their conduct in life. Now that miles   are treated with contempt as they fly   past under the urge of swift-mov...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

JLYMPIA CAFE, BOI'SUVBR SI, KDCKHAMI'ION J BORTHWIOR, Ftcrir'.aor. Lh« Home u: the oustman when in lowo — Breafciast I/-. Ulnncr 1/8 lea 1A. Ati pore AUPimllan Fr.rv-- mnked h* AuMrallan* At the pinnacle of qualfttfy^sS^i M j&j&f stands absolutely supreme /jr~y^j' in quality. As you open ^Sb — the can, note the delicate *y aroma and the clear, firm jelly. Note the fresh colour of the meat and its perfect texture — no gristle or scraps of inferior meat. jh REX-P YE never goes dark «? and stalelooking in the can. 4Sm Always t»y REX-PYE REX-PYE ' In lib and ^Ib hygienic cans. F'O-pOITT JONES PTY. LTD I Curer* of the choice REX Ham* and Bacon. i ? ggg^^gggSjBJBJSJpggSjS^Bj^SJBS^BjHI^^HIHMBlB^B^B^B^B^S^S^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^S^B^BV

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BILOELA. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

? BILOELA. i Fine weather prevailed during the past week and Christmas celebrations added life iu the township. Continued hot days, accompanied by heavv cloud ing up daily, give every indication of rain in the near future. \ju i-o.\ing uay me l.w.a. held a picnic on the Call hie. More than 100 people were present, and games, &c, vere indulged in until late in the after uooii. This anual function is always well attended by the bachelors of the district. The School of Arts Commit tee held a dance on Christmas Eve, in aid of the funds. This was well at tended and good financial results arc expected. On Saturday evening, December 2Sth, the C.W.A. held a flower, fruit and -_ogta'jlo dance in tiie School of Arts. Notwithstanding the previous social e\cnts during the week, this was welt patronised. Unfortunately, fancy dress does not appeal to many in the town ehip and very few attended in cosluules. The costumes were neat and very char aracteristio of the subjects choseu. The awar...

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SHEFFIELD SHIELD. PLAYED FOR SINCE 1892. BRADMAN 452 NOT OUT [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

SHEFFELD SHIELD. PLAYED FOR SINCE 1892. BRADMAN 452 NOT OUT The eyes of the Australian wk ia-t world are ou the present series of Sheffield shield mulches, aud in no previous j-tar has th« interest been so keen, and this lias been £?'; icfiy brought about by the rise of a large batch of youngsters, and t!f e oidtjmers are fighting hard to re tain the places they occupied in ?l evious Test trams. In the batting line it would not be surprising if -s onie of the old brigade arc dropped, but in the bowling section present appearances point to the fact that Australia, will have to rely «; n at least two of her veterans, namely Grimmett and Blackie. Here is a thumbnail sketch of t ]H, ]jjstOry of the Sheffield Shield matches. The games were eoiume'.i cod between New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia as i at back as Jf-02, and after many years of trying, Queensland was i« eluded in the competition in 1026. New South Wales has the largest 'umber of wins to her credit— 111— followed...

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GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

GLADSTONE. The B.I.S'.K. Co's steamer Santhia ar rived from Brisbane this morning and i*1 berthed at the Auckland Point jetty. This vessel will load 2S0 horses on ac count of Mr. T. D. (Jove and 30 on ac count of Mr. R. G. Baldock, all oi which are for Bombay. She will also load 3G0 casea meat from Lake's Cree'-i meat works which are for transhipment to Karachi. The Santhia will sail for Bombay direct at 5 on Tuesday after noon. The 1'crndale is due to arrive on Thursday to load butter for th United Kingdom and should sail again die same day. The MoiUya will be placed in commission again and leave Brisbane for Gladstone on Tuesday next, and wiil thereafter run fortnight lv to this port. The Boy no Island campers made Christmas Day this year a led lette' one for the children holidaying at the island. The huge tree, gaily decorated and weighted with toys and parcels, de lighted the 30 children who each re ceived a present from the hands ot Santa Claus, which part was well car ried out...

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MOTOR CYCLING. BRISBANE, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

MOTOR CYCLING. IU:i-IJANJ-:. Januarv -? .\l tin- iii isliane speedway two i\r:\~ records wre rstaMi-hed on Saturdav liipht. Frank Aillnir -ina-lied I'ranU 1'eiU i.-e'- record for the four laps, one mile. Jiving slarl. nV 7' ?'!'.': -;eiv. Arthur'* - mie was 7^ ????;.. Dies: Sm_M ii' l-'ii* A ! ?.-? y T.'.\ lot's slandii.^ -~ f -i i-i. rei-oid cf 7U f, .', -'.-f., cnmplPi ii'j (iif in i !?'- it: 7fl )/.'? ?'??'?. Sinv'.lir win l'- (i'/:*r. -iir.;; ' let frou- ,i '.irnifdab'e field 'n 76 ' ?-. Tin? hardii.-iip »-e-ii11 o,; 'ti » i'r:-'i l-.it between 'siny:'1? nmi !-! -;i S'.i^ip in SS 4;Tl -frv '

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

TENTS AND ROUGHLY-THATCHE D SHELTER.— The musterers' camp at Boomera station.

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ILFRACOMBE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ILFRACOMBE SPORTS. The iina! lneetinp; of the llfracouiif Sports i'lulj in connection with Hi* JJunfies Cup was held at. a spot on (lie (Jin Crcnk. about three mile- fnnii (own. on Sunday last. It is an ideal place for n picnic, with plenty of lany shade trees. Owing to the inclemency of the weather, the attendance was not as large a.s at former meetings, bu' those present had h most enjoyable time. Results : — 7,'- yards' handicap -C. W. (Jillespic (:a_ yds.) I. J. 1). Moss (II yds. I 2. 1-;. Hat ps (4J yds.) ::. Time. S t-ecs. 100 yards' handicap— B. Lang {Ml vds.i i. C W. Cillespie (51 yds.) 1. K. Rates (41 yds.) X Time' 11 l/'- sees. Boys.' race. 10 lo 14 — C. Kamagc 1, ('. ! J. Moynihan 2. L. 'I've 3. (iirls' race. 10 to 14— E. Hare 1. B. Wilson 2. K. Barben .??. Boys' race, 7 to !)— R. (urtis I, (i Howard 2. Girls' race. 7 to 9— R. Wilson I. A. Hates .1. M. Bailey -i. Stepping' the distance — A. Jell'crs-on. Throwing at wicket— S. H. Bailey. High jump— B. Lang (5 ft.) 1. J. JJ...

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CALLIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

CALLIDE. . Since my last uotcs we lias-s had quite it good deal of rain, which lias made the cotton and millet look brighter, aud the cream traffic has increased. On De cember 19th a storm yielded 90 points of rain and on December 21st a severe Btorm broke over the district, 130 points of rain being registered. The heavy wind blew the roofs off several houses, telephone liiis*, were knocked down, and the farmers are still repairing fencca damaged by falling trees. There was alto a good deal of hail, but it did not do much damage. On December 30th Kilbourns had i ins. of rain and Callidn 1 in. A Russian, 1\ RodniskolT, wheu re turning from work, was seriously in jured by three trees; Jailing on him, and but for the foremost tree bending his injuries would have been more serious. He was taken on the rail motor by Mr. Owens, who, after a very hard trip, was met by the Ambulance at Council. Sev eral times trees, which had fallen on the line, had to be cut olF to allow fur ther progress....

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SAPPHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

SAPPHIRE. Our share in the rain 60 far is Jj.' points for the week, though about 3 iu. fell on the eastern end of the field and at Luxland. The weather is btill un settled. There is already a nice shool in the grass. Die Christmas season on me neio passed quietly. Quite a number of local people who were employed on the rail way regrading work took advantage ol the railway concessions to visit the coast. At a meeting of members of the £a|i phire School Committee ou the 28(.h in stant, Mr. Kisbit presiding, it was de cidei to erect a new playshud for the children in the school reserve. Iron hav ing been granted by the Public Woi-ks Department, specifications were drawn up and tenders called for the work. The balance-sheet from the recent Cinderella was presented, showing a credit balance of £4 7s. lid. The single men of the field defeated the married men in a cricket match at Ruby Vale on Boxing Day. Tho year's rainfall here totalled lO.Sl in. Sapphire, December 31, 1929.

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RIDGELANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

RIDGELANDS. Scattered storms have been in evidence since Saturday, and some nice showers fell throughout the district yesterday, with every appearance of more. The sympathy of the community is extended to Mrs. Hansen and family, of Morimsh, in the loss of their sou and brother, Mr. William F. liausen, who passed away in Rockhainpton on Thursday last. Mr. Hansen also leaves a wife and five children. Ridgelande, December 30, 1929.

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BARCALDINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

BARCALDINE. The Christmas season passed oil Tery quietly in Baiculdine, and the weather was pleasant, a nice cool breeze prevailing Voughout the day. On Christmat the main street was well throngt .vitli people, all of whom appeared to be out for a good time. There have been larger numbers in the eireeis at tttis time of the year, bul notwithstanding the large number ot people away at the seaside places the town was fairly busy. Business people report a good trade, the toy shops nat urally, and the refreshment places es pecially did a large business. Several shops had their Santa Clays in front of their premises with threepenny and six penny dips, and these gave the children a happy time. Everything was orderly asd the police report no complaints. Of course, there were a few arrests for drunkenness, but this is a corollary ol the festive season. On Christmas Eve the pictures and a dance attracted a number of people from the Btreets. TJio Town Band paraded the town until about 2 a.m. ...

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THANGOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

THANGOOL A 6ports meeting was held at Mt. Scoria on Boxing Day in aid of C.W.A. and L.P.A. funds. Kebults :— Boys' race, A. Gehrke (3 yards) l, J. M'Guiie (2) 2 ; gills' race, Sylvia Russel 1, Maty M'Guire 2 ; 75 yards open handi cap, 13. Russell (4 yards) 1, A. Gehrke (6) 2 ; pillow fight, B. Hill ; Hag race, C. Barnes 1, A. Haunsheni 2 ; climb Mt. Scoria, A. Balchin 1, J. Stein back 2 ; ladies' race, T. Cock era I ; marrieu mmes' race, Mrs. Stokes ; Mt. Scoria 100 yards handicap, B. Russell ( i yards) 1, A. Russel 2. The silver wj,. donated by Mr. Nordtruff, B. Rused! , bending race, \. Haunshcn 1, C. Barnes 2 ; scurry, bridle, donated by Mi-. Jackson, J. Crawford 1, L. M'Cory 2. Mrs. Clarke presented the ladies' troph} # Ll^ht showers of rain fell over this district to-day, 20 points being regis tered. To-night the sky is overcast, with a thick curtain of black clouds and light rain is falling. A few inches Would be the most welcome New Year's gift that could come to the farmers....

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HITS PILOT ENGINE. MELBOURNE, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

HITS PILOT ENGINE. MELBOURNE, Jauuary i. Two engines and carriage were derail ed at S-'yuiour to-night when the Syd ney Limited Express collided head ou with a pilot eugiue shunting in the yards. William Eaton, engineer, on the ex press, sustained cuts ou the head, ibi passengers, however, were unhurt. The express was coming into the. sta tion at a moderate speed whan it struck the other engine. The crash made a great noise, but there was little actual damage.

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NAVAL COLLEGE. ADELAIDE, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

NAVAL COLLEGE. ADELAIDE, January 5. Announcing that he intended to make savings iu the Defence Department, tbe Minister for Defence (Mr. Green), who is on his way to West Australia, said ou Saturday that the Naval College at Jervis Bay would be abolished and that the British scheme of training youths lor the navy on ships would be adopted at a cost of £10,000 a year compared with £65,000 at Jervis Bay. He added that the voluntary military training was working satisfactorily. There was every prospect, he said, of securing a sufficient number of recruits for tho technical- work.

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CROSSING SMASH. BURNIE, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

CROSSING SMASH. BURNIE. Jauuair&i. Three were killed and four ^rere in jured this afternoon in the worst level crossing smash in the history of'Tafrt^ mania, near Wivenboe railway station.'' ' The victims, were: — ; ? Killed. William Gibson, 31, Government mes senger at the Supreme Court, Hobart. Grace Gibson, 22, wife of William Gib son. David Gibson, four months, son oi William and Grace Gibson. Injured. Joy Wear, IS. Ethel Walker, 16. Bertram Smith 30, motor van driver, Hobart. Herbert Drew, a middle aged contrac tor, of Hobart. The party were members of a travel' ling pantomime company which has been showing on the north-west coast, at»d were on their way to Winyard to night when the tragedy occurred. Th-sy were travelling in an old model Ford car and apparently the driver, Ber tram Smith, did not s&s the mail train until witliiu a few yards of the cross ing at Wiveuhoe Station. It was then too late to stop. Smith accellcrated, but was only half-way across when t...

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MISSING CUTTER. AUCKLAND, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

MISSING CUTTER. AUCKLAND, Jauuary 7. Several weeks ago the cutter Marer* mysteriously disappeared from Auck land waters, after havi: - beeu taken for a trial cruise by a man who said he wanted to purchase the craft. It was thought that the vessel found' ered in a gale, but advice was received from Pago Pago, Eastern Samoa, to day, that the vessel had been located there with two men, a woman and four children aboard. * It has sineo been ascertained that the man who took the craft for a trial cruise loaded it with a large etock o( provisions and installed extra water tanks in the boat. Steps are being taken to have the vessel detained pend ing further action.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

The TAISI2I MARU, which provides practical training afljpat for officers of the Japanese Mercantile Marine.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

I C V A TI D D0 YOU FEEL FIT, WELL, 1 & 1 U U l\ AND prjrx, OF VIGOR T Is your _ _ _ g% w\ ^kin Clear—your Eye Bright, and BLOOD do vou feel you can do a bard day's work without fatigue 1 If IN npnCD f 'ot your Blood is probably full of 1 « UAV&IW iinpuritUB and wants the assist ance that DR. LOW'S SARSA PARILLA will give to bring you good health and strength. 'A/6 Per Bottle. Postage 1/3. L. A. WILKINSON (NORTHERN), LIMITED, DISPENSING CHEMISTS. ? yaOMt 80*. *?— * ? ROCKHAMPTOE. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

Blame Film for Cloudy Teeth You must remove it Daily Teeth seldom are naturally ' off colour.' Most often they're merely coated with a film that forms on teeth and absorbs dis colorations from food, smoking, etc. By clearing it off, one's whole appearance may be .changed. Old-type dentifrices failed to remove that film successfully. That's why brushing feas failed you. Now leading dentists urge ? new-type film-removing dentifrice called Pepsodent, for the purpose. Results are quick and surprising. 2020

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