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106 DEGREES. ADELAIDE, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

106 DEGREES. ADE'.AIDE, January 7. Adelaide to-day experienced the hot test day for many year?, the ther-. mometer registering 106 deg. at 3 o'clock. ? ? .

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DEATH PACT. AUCKLAND, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

DEATH PACT. AUCKLAND, January 1. Mrs. Julian Dubitt, a divorced woman, aged 33, was found unconscious and nearly drowned at the water front to day, while nearby were clothing and let ters. The letters indicated that the woman had entered into -i death pact with Johu Llewlyji Davies, married. 45 years. Davics is missing and is believed to have been drowned. Davies is well known in radio circles. He went to Samoa with the New Zea land forces during the war and at Apia sent out wireless messages advising '.up presence of German cruisers. He was awarded the Croix do (iurvrre and subsequently had charge of the Xuw Zealand wireless station until enter ing commercial life.

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CHILDREN DROWNED. GRAFTON, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

CHILDREN DROWNED. GRAFTON, Jauuary 7. Dashing over tbe furry approach at Jerseyville into the Macleay River late last night, a motor car carried three small children to their deaths. The vic tims, who were trapped in the back of the car, were Patricia Barnes (9). John fames (7), and Irene Barnes (5). The father, Arthur Barnes, was driv ing the car, which also contained his wife, whom he was hurrying to hos pital to be treated for severe scald j about the head and face caused by up setting a pot of boiling water over her at a holiday camp. The husband and wife were iu thJ front seat and the children in the backi In the darkness the car dashoJ down the punt approach and shot fur nearly 50 yards over the surface oi the water. The husband and wife were pushed out of the car by the force of the water, but the children aud a dug were trapped in the back of the car, which soon sank. Barnes managed to get his wife ashore, arid she was taken to hospital in a serious conditions, suffering fro...

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COUNTRY NEWS AMBROSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

eoumwe AMBROSE. On the 21st instant the women's auxil iary of the R.S.S.I.L.A. held their open ing dance. A heavy storm in the after noon prevented quite a number from attending. The chocolate waltz was won by Mr. L. E. Bicklc. The funds will benefit appreciably. On the 22nd the Ambrose Tennis Club defeated the Mt. Larconi players on the local court by 14 sets to 2, although j the margin waB very great, the tenni6 j ?wfts very good, the locals just getting home in some of the acts. A return match will be played in the near future. Christmas passed off very quietly, the weather being ideal. The business people report very good trade. One of our oldest settlers, Mr. H. £. Wolff, has disposed of his farm at a very satisfactory figure. Mr. W. Hanson left for Brisbane, where his marriage with Miss Hilda Campbell, of'Belthorpe, will take place on January 4th. A storm passed over the district on Sunday afternoon when half an inch of rain fell. . The weather is threatening, with every indic...

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

HARDY BROS. LIMITED, Jewellers. __ ^RSKs^^H^RE^^H^^^^'^ ^m^ cue iv*oior - * iciuc* . ^^BHfi^l^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^v A 2101. A 2102. Luncheon Basket, lined and fitWd complete for sit Luncheon Case, suitcase style, containing torks, tea persons. Contains forks, teaspoons, rustless knives, BpooD8j rustiess kniveSi ename, rates cllina cup8 and %Zi^,T^i£Z£aS*l TV2& rcerS) u? aluminium line- aluminium saIt & pcpper covered bottle, 1 butter jar and receptacle for servi- boxes' wicker-covered bottle, aluminium tumblers, two ettos, &c. 2«pint thermos flasks, two metal food containers. Size 27 x 12} x 9i inches. Size 25 x 15 x 7 inches. £11/10/-. £16.' ' Both at to utility of fittings and variety of design the array of Luncheon and Motor Cases to be viewed at the Showrooms of Hardy Bros, constitute a source of delight to every motorist and every picknicker. The selection varies from handy Tea Cases fitted for two persons, priced at only £3/18/-, to Luncheon Cases most...

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

J.H. Bennett & Sons, GENERAL ENGINEERS AND OXYACETYLENE WELDERS. \| ACH1NERY REPAIRS ol every iTX deBcriptlon, We are Expert Welders In all work at reasonable cost Consistent with firstrclasB workmanship. Con sult ub 00 anything. Will cost you nothing. Sena ub any broken part, and vm will return sun* equal to, new. All IB^talSf^od will suaiantee^ac work.

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NEW YEAR HONOURS. LONDON, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

NEW YEAR HONOURS. r LONDON, December 31. The list of New Year honours in cludes new peerages which are conferred upon the following: — Major Dudley Aumn, who unsuccess fully contested* the Favereuam seat for the Labour Party at the general elec tions. Mr. wiitouguuy uit-Kitison, wuo was formerly Liberal member of Parliament mid a prominent member of the London County Council. Ho is honorary secre tary of .the World Alliance for the pro motion of International Friendship and has been closely identified' with the Lea gue of Nations Union. Mr. William Noble, eX'&esident of the Chamber of Shipping. Mr. Arthur Pongonby, IJnderSecre tary for Foreign Affairs in the Labour Government in 1924 and' Parliamentary Secretary of the Minister for Trans port. Sir Charles Wnkefiu'd, who has done much for aviation. Privy Councillor. 1'Uere is only one. new Privy Council* lor, Viscount Goshen, lately Governor of Madras. Btironets. New Baronets include the following : Mr. Louis Bcrnhard Baron, ...

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CYCLING. BRISBANE, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

CYCLING. BK1SHANE, January 5. In the Velodrome motor-paced match race of live miles, J. King won two heats out of three. U-lby won the third heat. King made an Australian record iu 7 mi us. 54 2-5 sees. Falch Hansen won a lirst-clasfi scratch rate of five miles from H. Smith in 9 inins. 57 1-5 sees. - Fnlch Hansen also won the internat ional nee by winning two heats out of three, defeating Engel and S- Smitfe

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

(i Vermont ' Jerst^'«. This *!jd\vs tiic line herd of Wr. Bailey at cloiuncl, j:imi' Munlu.

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

ILFRACOMBE 'i lie late stouk paasiugs art!:— oUOO fchcep, Good berry .Hills to iaisford, C. Atherton owner, 13. Jacobs in charge; -1000 ewes, Bcacoiisiield to Baxealdine, J. O'Byrne owner in charge; 1250 wethcrc, Campsie to Dartmouth, Smith owner *u charge; 4000 sheep, Beacomslidd to 11 iracomue ana thence uy rail to JJelta, Murray Brothers owners, E. Saunderu iu charge; !)0j wethers, Kilala to Bar ealdine, C. Clark owner, C. Edwards iu charge; 1200 wcauers, Glen Aftoa to Jlfraconibc, li. Lowe owner, J. Whelan In charge; 400 wethers, Coouibeinartia to llfracombc, Boombah Pastoral Co. owners, ]{. Barrou in charge; 1400 ewe6, llfracombc to Coombeinartin, Mrs. A. Xiekolson owner, Kus. Nickolson In charge; 4MU sheep, Lilalah to Portland, travelling for grass1, C. L. Chapman owner, A. Chapman in charge; 4101) owes, Beaconsficld to Delta by rail from 1 1 fraeoniUti, Joh;i Surray and Sons own' crs, A. Walker in charge. Jlfracumbc, January 2, 1930. T)i3 South African Guverninem has drafted ...

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

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

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

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MR. DAVID WILLIAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

MR. DAVID WILLIAMS, The death took place in the MaUc Misericordiae Hospital last week ot Air. David Williams, who was very well known in the west as a station book keeper. ' The deceived was a native of Carmar thenshire, Wales. He had been at one time private secretary to the late bir John Llewelyn, Bt, at one time Con servative member for Swansea. Later hu was employed by Sir Owen Philippic the well-known shipowner, now Lt-rd Kil sant. Lung trouble, however, compelled Mr. Williams to seek a drier and n, warmer climate than that of his native land. He came out to Queensland in 1907 o.«-l secured an appointment tts station bookkeeper. Ho had held posi tions at Rodney Downs and at Marma dllla. Intervals of ill-health compelled him to cease work. During the last six months his health had become much worse, and he went into the Mater Hospital. In spite of all that could be done, he succumbed to the illness from which ho had suffered at intervals for 30 years. He was 54 years of age and ...

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MRS. SARAH ANN KIRK WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

MRS. SARAH ANN KfRKWOOD. Mr6. Sarah Ann Kirkwood, woo lifts been ailing for 6ome long time, passed away at her home at Beeeher on Decem ber 31st. Tho deceased, who.wae -J7 years of age, has been a resident 6t Ucecher for many y«ars and her happy t disposition made for her a large circle of friends, who, regretting her deat* keenly, extend sympathy to the four sons and two daughters who ate left to mourn their loss. The funeral took place on New Year's Day, the Rev. A. M. MacAllistev officiating at the grave side. The deceased was buried in the. Gladstone cemetery.

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

TENNIS. MELBOURNE. Januarv I. In the d- ubles final at the South Varra tennis tournnment to-day. Pat terson and Moon met Schlesingcr and Clenieiiger. and defeated them in straight sets, 6—1. 6—2. Tlie winners played with great concen tration, while the losers were below their usual form. Patterson ended the match with a typi cal cannon ball service which had passed Clemenger ltefore In- attempted to make a return «hot. Mo«ei scarcely made a 'nislake in the match. In the singles K. F. Moon d-'le;iled I'. Field, (i— ;t. n— 2. MKLUOrHM-:. January I. Tin! (Jueenslander. Moon, continued in winning vein at the South Yurra tcimi (oil run incut lo-duv. Ln the singles lie defeated T. lioll.iwjn in straight sets ami, partnered liy Miss Anthony in the mixed .Utilities, he had another fairly comfortable victory. ?MKLHOl'l.'N'i':. January .'i. Tlie yiieenslander. Mihiii. won llnci ' chanipiouships at (lie Smith Yuri i tournament yesterday. He brilliantly defeiilcd \\. Sehlewiiigcr in I he linn1 ...

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

BILLIARDS. Lindrum's § rst London match. Walter Liridrum, ;- he famous Australiau left-handed billiards player. '

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A NEW YEAR'S PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

A NEW YEAR'S PARTY. Air. and Mrs. Potts entertained a few of their friends at a very enjoyable New Year's party at the superintendent's residence, Yaamba, on Tuesday even ing last. Bridge and dancing wore enjoyed, followed by a midnight supper and display of fireworks. The prizes for bridge were won by Mrs. M. A. South and Air. A. Pain. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. A. M'Culloch, Mr. and Airs. A. APLeod, Air. and Airs. M. A. South, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pant, Miss B. Geddes and Air. G. rhillips.

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

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

Youngest daughter of Mrs. C. Smith, Derby street, Mtss Doro- ? thy M. Smith, whose m»rri*ge to Mr. Henry M. Jones, was celebrated at St. Paul's Cathedral by the Rev. A. T. Robinson recently. Photo )? by Studios Ltd,

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