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COTTON MARKET. AMERICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

COTTON MARKET. AMERICAN. Messrs. Horubj% Hemelryk and Co., cotton brokers, Liverpool, reported on November 26th : — The market has been very quiet dur- 1 ing the week under reviaw, but the up- 1 ward tendency has made a little nior-; j progress mainly in sympathy with the j recovery on Stock Exchange, and, oii| balance, values are about 10 points r higher. Th-- Census Bureau reported ou Thursday that the ginning* up to the 14th inst. were 11,808,000 bales com pared with 11,321,000 bales to tin- j same date last year. The quantity gin ned since October 31st is given ad 1,009,000 bales against 1,159,000 bale: last year. These figures were of it bullish nature, but in view of the recent bad weather in the South, they con formed closely to expectations and had already been discounted by the market. Th-are is a feeling that this crop has been ginned very rapidly and that the final figure may prove to be under the last monthly guess of the' Agricultural Bureau. The bank rate has beeu re d...

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

Unemployed in Germany number 790,000, or 170,000 more than a year ago. Ladies recommend .Martin's Pills. All Chemists and stores sell them — be surf they are Martin's British Pills— Advt. I HUGHIE CONAGHAN'S I I TERMINUS HOTEL HAMPERS. j | j Telephone 354. ? Opposite Stanley-stf eet Railway Station. ? P.O. Box 293. i j | HAMPER No. 1. HAMPER No. 2. HAMPER No. 3. I HAMPER No. 4. I HAMPER No. 5. jj £ Containing 12 Bottles for £1/2/6, C»ntaininS *2 Bo«»« *« £1/12/6, Conlainiiv 12 BottfeB for £2/2/6, Containing 12 Bottles for £2/12/6, Containing 18 Bottles tor £3/2/6, | S as follows - » follows:- M follows:- a» ***«*?'— « foU™s: | | 3 Boufc, Ale 3 BottIe£ Ak 6 Bottles Interstate Ale, Stout, or 5 Bottles Lager or Bitter Ale. J j**J» ^ | * 3 Bottles Stout 3 BoUk8 StCUt' Lager* 2 B°ttIeS Guinnesst8 Stoul' 3 Bottles Bitter Ale or Lager. Eg « ' 2 Bottles Penfold's Port 2 Bottles Guinness's Stout. 2 Bottles Penfold's Port. 3 Botles Penfold's Port. £ £ 2 Bottles Penfold's Port. 2 ^ ^.^ ^ 2 ^ [...

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

SADDLES /jk NO flIORE BROKEN GULLETS /ff^S^sJzffl ilihifi. a. VVAU-UL'JS.S relnJorccti Lj hS '* * f^j^-^gsfw G ullet. on. worfd'B best, litglist Tree //MiL-/ U*7Zi**^ I guarantee, tbe. Qullet lor 12 -K^ir ff/jtf^ months. Should it brca* 1 will re f/Mkfl ^Jlif// place.it Free «f Cp«t. {fm/f ^VV/ It you are not satislied when you W^r ' ^11 see the - goods return them to uic Y( 11 j and i will Refund ^our money and II III pay all expenses incurred Write (1 II me and 1 will send photos and full \\ . Ji particulars of my unbreafcaM- m ll Gullet. Vft A // FRED C. WALDUCK \ \\U llj SADDLES. \ ji' ALL HAND WOHK /)k.' /J \f- MACHINES «'SI.L Ay^^^j,' '??'.?e-strcpt. Ncwiii.-irkit 1/ BU1SBAN15. 1/ Mil arnottm! Tplscu|!*l| frh The whole grain of wheat K^p^^;^a ( jLry scientifically moulded into ^^-*:^!^^pf 1 / V one of the most delicious ^^'f^^^^ 1 1 1 I and valuable foods known ^^||g1gj

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R. F. DUNCAN & CO., LTD. ROCKHAMPTON, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

; R. F. DUNCAN & CO., LTD. ROCKHAMPTOX. .Tauuarv 8. At the first joint fat stock bales held on Monday, January 6th, we yarded 1 15 bullocks and cows, out of a total yard ing of approximately 300 cattle, and, although we drew last Bulling place aud did not commence selling until 12.35 ' p.m., we topped the market with both classes, securing £13 17s. (3d. for live prime bullocks and £11 I3s. for a prime cow, both lots on account Beak l'as toral Co., Ltd. Following aro details: — A/c Beak Pastoral Co. Ltd., Kooingal —5 fat bullocks at £13 17s. Cd., 1 at £13 10s., 3 at £12, 3 at £11, 3 at £10 J2s. (id.; la head averaging £12 5s. Fat cows: 1 at £11 los., 3 at £9 15s., 7 at £9, 15 at £8 12s. Cd., 1(5 at £8 as., 7 at £8, 8 at £7 17s. Gd., 6 at £7 15s.; 63 head averaging £8 8s. Gd. H. M. Henderson, Ml. L'lmo (in con junction Australian Estates and Mort gage Co. Ltd.) — 2 fat cows at £8, 2 at £8 5s., 7 at £7 12s. Gd., 3 at £7 10s., 6 (light weights) at £7 2s. Gd., 3 at £6 35s., 1 cul...

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MR. G. D. CONNOR. ROCKHAMPTON, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

MR. G. D. CONNOR. ROCKHAMPTON, January 7. ihe opening fat stock sales for 1930, at which it was agreed sonic few weeks ago by all concerned to hold fat stock 6ales on one day each week by all agents, took place at the Show yards yesterday. Hereunder ai-e the prices :- On account John King, Banana — 1 fat bullock £11, 1 at £10 os., 1 fat cow at £9, 4 at £7 10s., 5 at £6 17s. 6d., 1 store cow at £5 10s. C. Hongie, Banana — 1 fat cow at £7 12s. Gd.

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Market Movements for the Week. MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

^™'j'''»M^HMMHIM«l«l«millllllllllllllllroilMIIIIM ? Illllllllllllllllllllllllll ? ?.IIM.,,,,,,,,....,,.MIIII ? IIIIIIIMTIMIMIIIIIIUIH ? MlllillllMIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIMHIIIIlHlllllHllllllllllllll ? .IHIIIIIIIIIIll,lllllllll.llimi£ [Market: Movements for the Week.\ MARKET PRICES. Many difficulties surround die matter of conveying to primary pro* ducers a proper record of market movements through the week. The daily fluctuating supply, the vagaries of demand as well as the market tactics of both buyers and sellers make impossible the giving of prices other than fair average prices for fair average quality. Nobody want* ing to either buy or sell a large line of primary produce would close the deal on such quotation, for the reason that die quality might be either above or below fair average quality, and the advantages of deal* ing in bulk instead of piece meal have ail to be considered. The source of origin of such prices also has to be considered, and the comparative scarcity of primary pr...

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STOCK SALES. D. D. DAWSON AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

STOCK SALES. D. D. DAWSON AND CO. The iir&t fat stock sale by all agents was held yesterday at the Show grounds, and will continue every Monday in eacli week. We had three drafts of sheep from different owners, and we topped the market with Casuarina sheep on account of Mr. M. M. Mackellnr, ?which made the splendid average of Us. 7d. The sheep were August thorn. The following are the prices rea lised:— Account M. M. Mackellar, trucked at Bajool, August shorn -wethers — o at 13s., 12 at 13s., 13 at 15s.; 12 at los., 12 at 15s. tid., 12 at 16s. 6d., 12 at llis. (id., 18 at ltis. Cd, 18 at 17s. Gd., average los. 7d. Account Daniels' Bros., trucked at Alpha, one-third wools — 10 at 9s. 6d., 18 at 10s. (id., 26 at 11s. 6d., 21 at 12s., average ] Is. Id. Account owner, trucked at Blair Atliol, one-quarter wools — IS at 9s., 14 at Us., 20 at 10s., average 9s. 4d. Our next sale will be held on Monday, the loth instant, when we will yard 200 prime wethers.

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CAR SMASH. BRISBANE, Junuary 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

CAR SMASH. BRISBANE, Januarv ;J. Crushing into a telcyr;i|-h pu*t uear the railway bridge at Virginia lo night, a motor cur somersaulted, re sulting iu Ronald Kelly, of Ascot, being killed, and the live oth?r occupants of the car being injured. The pnssengers were thrown in all directions and at least two were duelled against the telegraph post. Johu Suunders, of Newstead, now lies in hospital suffering from severe concussion. He is in a critical con dition. Tliofiuis MaugliHii's skull iva-' fractur ed hih! he is iu a serious condii inn. Tlie three other passengers received minor injuries Three ambulances were qukkly on the scene and rushed the injured to hos pital. Kelly's injuries were of a shocking character.

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HAMILTON COLD STORES. BRISBANE, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

HAMILTON COLD STORES. BRISBANE, Januarv 3. It was uscurtainci1 from the Minister for Labour and Industry (Mr. Sizer) to day that the Hamilton cold stores and the Babinda State Hotel were two State enterprises for which the Govern ment had not received satisfactory oilers of purchase. The Minister added he would deal in due course with the disposal of tTie State Hotel.

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STOCKMAN'S GRIT. LONGREACH, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

STOCKMAN'S GRIT. LONGREACH, Januarv 2. A wonderful example of fortitude and endurance was displayed yosterdny hy William O'Farrell, who met with a ser ious accident on Elibank selection, a few miles from town. O'Farrell w;is riding- after rattle and when cutting out a cow his horse fell. fracturing his log. He had presence of mind to hold the horse und thins out moans of getting home. By sheer ph:c-k he scrambled on to tha horse aud rode to a house about a miii; and a-half distant. The Ambulance was communicated with and conveyed the siilTerer to tho hospital, where X-Ray photographs re vealed a compound fracture of ths leg. O'Fnrrell is likely to be an inmate ot tho hospitu] fnr some considerable time as the break is a bad one.

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A.W.U. BALLOTS BRISBANE, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

A.W.U. BALLOTS BRISBANE, -lanuarv o. Mr. C G. Kill Ion was elected I'rusi dent of the CJueuntilund brunch of the A.VV.IT. by a majority of 2(13 1 a( tin annual ballot For several \ciir- Mr. Kalluii t\aa organiser at UiiihIuIktjj:. KuL-khauipton and Mackay, and la*t ywir uus dis trict secretary at TowiiKvillc. Messrs. J. Dash and P. Hynee «ere elected vice-presidents, and Air. W, Riordan was elected branch seeruUry unopposed.

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

^^^IH^IHhhL S'«^M^^nI ^ut un-^er *U circumstances and on every ^^Hffim^^HL. ^U^HrI- occasion, definite benefits result from the ao ^HH^P^I^pHftL ceptance of the advice in the illustration. ^^B^WB^BMHraMWfflflll . Winchcombe, Carson's . work as selling yJB^^^BBBH^BBBwB brokers is so active, their efforts so consistently yf&W '''?? aHBya capable and so constantly successful in. securing T-Hr ? top va^ues- l^at c^'ents always obtain the highest ? ** possible market returns for their clips* . Address Letters: Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. 90/101 Eagle Street, Brisbane Branch Office* «t Longreaeh, Hughenjen, CharlevUle, Dalby

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THE DIVINING ROD THE SECRETS OF ITS WORKINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

THE DIVINING ROD THE SECRETS OF ITS WORKINGS By 'Henbou.' Although it is a fact that the man on the land has accepted, and approved of such advances ac early maturity in cattle, herd testing and balanced rations, &c., it is atrange that he has not accepted— and for bis wellbeing he is just as intimately connected with It— the matter of water-finding!, While it is of comparatively recent years that early maturity waB selected by Robert Bakewell— in the year 1760 to be exact— and that Dr. Babcock gave to dairymen the Babcock testing outfit in 1890, water-nndiug, by means of the forked stick, or divining, as it is more ~-ularly called, is centuries old. EARLIEST RECORDS. Possibly the earliest records in ref erence to the divining rod are found amongst the ancient Egyptian writings. Both Cicero, the Roman philosopher, and TacituB, the historian, mentioned its use. It is known that in tbe 15th cen tury metallic ores were discovered by divining or 'dowsing' as it was then known. I...

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ON EMU PARK ROAD. BULLOCK RUNS AMOK. ROCKHAMPTON. January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ON EMU PARK ROAD. BULLOCK RUNS AMOK. ROCKHAMPTON, January 7. - 1 litre were all the elements ot a nrot class movie stunt, with any amount ot thrills, on the Emu Park-road on Sun day afternoon, the venue being between the turn off at Nankin and the cross ing just north of The Meadows. Those who were unwilling actors in the stunt, or stunts, however, would have much preferred to have been spectators than actors. A lene bullock, evidently afflicted with wanderlust, strolled along the road from Sleipner. He must have been feeling somewhat well, due no doubt to the green grass which has sprung up after the rains, and which has been an unknown quantity for months. The first act in the drama was enacted at the turn off to Nankin. There, a motor truck, which had gone 'phut' temporarily, attracted the attention ot the bovine. He resented its presence on the roadway anc promptly charged it. After banging into it a few times and damaging it a trifle, the bullock grew tired of the fun and proce...

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RAINFALL AT CRAIGLEA, VIA CAMBOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

'.: RAINFALL AT CRAIGLEA, VIA CAMBOON. VMr T Jan. Feb. Mar. .. Ap. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec Til. IBM ell* 5 02 0.75 1.50 050 2.27 1.0 2.65 0.70 1.00 6.16 0.70 2.87 ? 25.61 inai V ? 521 't.S6 3.86 '0.25 1.07 4.57 i.I5- 0*1 0.36 1.04 2.90 6.82 ? ? 28.5U low ' C* * * 331 3.04 1.0 0.00 0.30 1.13 2.93 050 1.0 0.66 1.38 4.94 ? 20.69 lop, *' ? Vl5 0.36 2.30 3.60 0.00 3.15 0.31 0.00 0.83 2.36 1.32 5.55 ? 23.02 \wa '* '''' m -6.«3 3.15 1.86 0.00 1.35 2.48 1.04 1.&1 2.74 8.17 2.48 ? 32.68 low *' £ -'i' 8 24 0.82 1.97 0.00 1.65 0.18 0.42 Ul 1.80 0.62 3.05 4.24 ? 24.30 109R '* ' Jl ' 2l50 0.36 0.1« -2.02 5.62 1.22 0.22 0.00 3.77 0.37 0.18 11.02 ? 27.46 1037 V' 8 21 .1.95 5.03 2.40 .0.12 3.74 0.86' 0.49 1X4 4.72 1.85 4.69 ? 35.10 lfl2S 'X' '0.81 '6.73 0.40 6.35 050 2.33 0J0 0.00 0.00 0.36 3.88 8.42 ? 30.14 1929 \\ :'K*1I 4W *8;4S lM afi9 0-0° ll39 01° 0Z2 00° L7° L76 Averaged* ? -~ : ' for 10 v-v:1 ??-???.. ' ? years ,.*iiv *i6 113 2.02 1.96 1.39 2.00 1.15 0.43 liB 2.06 2.5...

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THE WEATHER. A CYCLONIC DISTURBANCE. BRINGS HEAVY RAIN IN NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

THE WEATHER. J A CYCLONIC DISTURBANCE. BRINGS HEAVY RAIN IN NORTH. The prominent feature of the weather this week was the for mation of a cyclone between Willis and Thursday Islands on the 4th. By the morning of the 6th it had crossed the peninsula, and was stationed to the north-east of Burketown in the Gulf of Car pentaria. Its future movements will be watched with interest, as its normal track from there should bring very beneficial rains to the western districts of the State. The rains in the sugar districts have assured the crop for the coming season, and the season generally is much brighter than has been the case for a number of years. BRISBANE, January 1. During the 24 hours ended at 9 a.m. to-day light to heavy rain, associated in ?ome instances with thunderstorms, fell throughout the Central Division and at scattered places in eastern parts of the Central District and Darling Downs. The outstanding registrations were 278 points at Twin Hills, 305 at Towns ville, 296 at St....

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BEFORE THE STORM BROKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

BEFORE THE STORM BROKE. Black thundercloud hanging over tli1- dly prior to Friday^ heavy ttonn.

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SHIRE BOUNDARIES. BRISBANE, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

SHIRE BOUNDARIES. BRISBANE, January 2. The Home Secretary (llr. J. Peter son) made it clear to-day that no gene ral scheme for the adoption of the far reaching recommendations of the Shire Boundaries Commission is contemplated by. the Government. The Minister said there was no onuf on the present Government to adopt the Commission's proposals. Numerous applications for alterations to boundaries were at present before him and these, would be decided on their merit. Some applications embodied the sug gestions of the I! oval Commission and numerous alterations had been agreed to. The Minister pointed out that wherever it wae intended to make al terations in the boundaries of shires, three months' notice would be given and objections could be lodged within that period.

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ENOGGERA SALES. BRISBANE, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ENOGGERA SALES. BRISBANE, Januarv 2. At the Enoggera fat stock sales to day'T1.700 sheep, of .poor quality were penned. Competition was dull and values 'were- easier. Best mutton sold at 3d. to 3$d. per lb., with plain, difficult to disperse of ai satisfactory prices. .. There were .1870 cattle of poor qual ity on the market. The big majo rity ? were 'bullocks, prime cows being scarce. Two nreatworks operated and competition was dull. Bust bulIocK beef sold at 35s. to 37s. per 100 lb Prime cow beef brought 33g. to o5s. and good trade 32s. to 34s.

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OF [?] ASTRONOMICAL AND METEOROLOGICAL. TIDES FOR JANUARY, 1930. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

astronomicmtand meteorological. TIDES FOR JANUARY, 1830. High water at ' Low water at Roekhanipton Sea Hill Calliope Crossing Boyne Crostiu^ a.m. p.m. arm. p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. 9 ? 6.33 0.29 4.3 3.59 10.3 10.36 10.15 10.48 10 .. .. .; 7.37 7.34 5.7 5.4 11.16 11.30 11.28 11.42 11 ? 8.41 8.44 6.11 6.14 — 0.26 — 0.38 12 .. .. ... 0.34 0.40 7.4 7.10 «.2S 1.32 0.35 1.44 13 ? 10.17 10.27 7.47 7.57 1.16 2.33 1.28 '-'.45 14 ... .. .. 11.5 11:17 8.35 8.47 2.12 3.31 2.20 3.43 15 „.. .. .. 11.1)2 — 9.22 9.38 2.59 4.25 3.11 4.37 10 ? 0.8 0.29 9.59 10.18 3.42 5.10 4.4 5.28 SPECIAL NOTICE:— The times given for Roekhampton and Sea flill are the high water. Those given for. Calliope and Boyne River Crossing are the times of low water. 1930 JANUARY 1930 1930 FEBRUARY 1930 Sun, Mori. Tue. Wed. Thu- Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu. FW. Sat. 12 3 4 1 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 2 3 4 '5 6 7 8 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 9 10. 11 12 13 14 15 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 26 27 28 29 30 31 23 24 25 26 27 ...

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