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BILLIARDS. GLASGOW, January 6, [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

BILLIARDS. i GLASGOW, January 6, Clarke M'Conachie (New Zealand) and Willie Smith. (England) commenced a ttinft limit match to-day. The doting scores were:— M'Cbnachie 20Ol» Smith (In play) 1528. ? LONDON, January 8. Waiter Lindrum (Australia* fcnd Wil-, He Leijrh (Derby) commenced a weekV thM matt billiards match at Sheffield )to:day. The cl&ping scores were: — Lin- jdriun (in play) 3235, including a break 'of ? 1183; Leigh,' who received 7000, ?7450V, ? ? ? ? ' -

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

AT LAST! A Set that will work off Home Lighting Plants, and STROMBERG CARLSON has it. THE STROMBERG CARLSON ELEXTRIC SIX. Can now be Supplied to Work off 82, 60, HO, 220 and 240 D.C. Supply Mains. SIMPLY PLUG IN AND SWITCH ON. NO BATTERIES REQUIRED. AUSTRALIAN MADE. GUARANTEED 12 MONTHS. ONLY ONE DIAL TO TUNE. If- you have any other supply than that mentioned, let me know what it is. ' When writing, state your supply. FOR FULL PARTICULARS WRITE-DESK MC.» JAS. GILLAN Craigilee House. , ROCKHAMPTON. P.O. Box 1*3. FULLY MOUNTED THIS /^i^V^^^^I/ Excellent W^ljf^ Poley W T Built on best stock tree, II '' -%- S with extended gullet, of best \\ # . . selected kip, procurable \\ ff? JAMES SMITH & SONS, STANLEY-STREET, SOUTH BRISBANE. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR FURTHER ILLUSTRATIONS AND PRICKS.

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

( uN'SOl.A I 'I(J.V. 1 Wiiudrii'd far in MKiivli of Joy ; My ^hidnrvA nmrr seeiiit-d r:ujhpletc ; I'.ui by tin: mail, mid life's alloy, There grew h golden field oi wheat. ] trav.'lled far in ljianty's (juest ; I did in'! icin-h mv jomncy's end ; lint evei y niplit i-iiini' perfect rest; And in the search I found a friend. I journeyed up n hill t'w.ird* IVnce ; )li' labour iii'icf sreiliL't) quite dyne ; liiiL hope 1 knew, which did not cease, And solace in c.icji sot! ing sun. And then f loin search 1 turned a:ide — -;o(mHm ?-? to Unauly. -toy, and J'cacu J Kimn thi'iii'.'. sieru Duly wa* my guide— And lo : | found them at my feet.

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RADIO RADIATED IS YOUR AERIAL HIGH [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

RADIO RADIATED (By Aerial.) IS YOUR AERIAL HIGH ? Although the aerial is one of the taost widely known portions of a radio installation, it is surprising how few fully understand its different character istics. In the reception side of radio aerials do not play such an important part as in the transmitting side, and because of this the ordinary listener in is generally satisfied to put up any sort of arrangement that will intercetit signals from the broadcasting stations. Tho opinions are that any type of aerial will do, and such is usually the case, but at the same time, although good results may be secured with any type of aerial, it does not follow that a better aerial would not improve recep tion a great deal. One of the main things an erector of an antenna system has to watch is the effective height of the aerial The effective height is not how high it -b in the air or how high one end of it may be, but rather the average height above ground. By ground is meant grounded objects...

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

Part Two. '^HAT are they?' 'It appears that his arrest did not take place at once, but after the return to Hatherley Farm, On the in spector of constabulary informing him that he was a prisoner, he remarked that he was not surprised to hear it, and that it was no more than his de Berts. This observation of his had the natural effect of -emoving any traces of doubt which might have remained in the minds of the coro ner's jury.' 'It was a confession,'' I ejacu lated. 'No, for it was followed by a pro testation of innocence.' 'Coming on the top of such a damning series of events, it was at least a most suspicious remark.' 'On the contrary,' said Holmes, 'it is the brightest rift which I can at present see in the clouds. How ever innocent he might be, ne coma not be such an absolute imbecile as not to see that the circumstances were very black against him. Had he appeared surprised at his own , arrest, or feigned indignation at it, I should have looked upon It as | highly suspicious, be...

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

YALUMBA REIGNS SUPREME. TEN Championships have been Secured by YALUMBA PORT during Lart SIX YEARS « » LAMBERTON & CO., LTD. _? (Rockhaxnpton) Sole Agents U Centra! Queensland. THE PRODUCERS' AGENCY. The Queensland Primary Producers' Co-operative Association, WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK — STORE STOCK, AND PROPERTY SALESMEN. FAT CATTLE AND SHEEP BY AUCTION WEEKLY AT ROCKHAMPTON YARDS. Doing Business purely on Co-operative Principles. For the Seventh Year in Succession, the supporters have received the following Commission Re bates :— WOOL; ? 40 PER CENT FAT STOCK . . 30 PER CENT PRODUCE ... 30 PER CENT ALL PRODUCERS ARE QUALIFIED TO HOLD SHARES IN THIS PROGRESSIVE ORGANISATION. W. H. KETTLE, RecUwmptom Mamg*

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THE RUSH FOR NEW JOBS MINISTERS SNOWED UNDER. WHO WILL BE HIGH COMMISSIONER? SYDNEY, January 3.3 [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

tTHE RUSH FOR NEW JOBS MINISTERS SNOWED UNDER. WHO WILL BE HIGH COMMISSIONER? SYDNEY, January 3.3 The Federal Ministry at au early date will be called upon to iill a number of highly paid positions and create a few new ones. I During the New Year there will be I appointed a Governor-General, a High Comniibsiouer, a member of the Film Censorship Board, Commonwealth Pub lic Service Arbitrator, and a High Court Judge. Ministers have been deluged with Applications from old friends and new friends in the Labour movement who consider that they have the requisite qualificataious for the different posi tions. The unions have prepared a new scheme fur the control of industrial conditions, which provide for the erea ' tion of a number of boards, nominees from which will be drawn from the Labour movement. It is considered in well informed cir cles that the position on the Film Cen sorship Board will automatically go to a University man, preferably one with Labour sympathies. A move was recentl...

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UNITED STATES. WASHINGTON, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

UNITED STATES. WASHINGTON, December 31. The Department of Commerce reports that the figures in the lumber trade for the year were a record, even sur passing the shipments immediately after the war. The figures for both exports and im ports are well in excess of the preceding year and the United States closes the year with a favourable trade balance. The gain of 100,000,000 dollars in the export trade was confined to the first four months of the year, after which the figures showed a decrease compared with 1928. NEW YORK, January 1. The United States Chamber of Com merce, analysing American foreign tr.ide for the first nine months of 1029, sta tes: 'The exports to Australia, Aincri ctt's seventh best customer, totalled. ]lo,13!i,000 dollars, 11.33 per cent, large' than for the same period of 1028.' This is 1n part ascribuble to heavy purchases of motor lorries and petro leum products. WASHINGTON, January -. The Secretary of State (Mr. *H. L. fcitiiuson) and the British Ambassador '(S...

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TUNGOIL SEED. LONDON, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

TUNGOIL SEED. LONDON, January 5. ' Th? Empire Marketing Board has granted £700 to the authorities of the botanical gardens, Kew, to provide for, the distribution throughout the Empire of tiingoil eeed. Tungoil is an essential to the ?water- resisting varnish used on aircraft, and the world hitherto has been entirety de pendent on China for its supplies.

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THE KING. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

THE KING. LONDON, January 1. In a telegram to tho Lord Mayor o$ London (Sir Williiuu Waterlow), ac knowledging New Year greetings, the Kinf said, ' I deeply value the affection* ate allusion to my restoration to health and to the Queen and other members of my family. ' I fervently Join in. tue nope mac God's blessing may descend on the na tions of the World. 'May ' the New Year inspire tho people of our Empire with a solemn re solve to secure a greater measure of prosperity. 'There are difficulties to be overcome but these, I know; will be faced with the courage and enterprise traditional of tho citizens of London.'

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

| Christmas Presents. \ | Yardley's Lavender Gift Case, containing Perfume, | 1 Face Powcler, Soap, and Talcum, 12/- ea. | Other Yardley*s Lavender Sets, 7/6 to 2 1 /- each'. { Freesia Sets, 7/- and 14/6 each. | Yardley's Shaving Bowls, 4/6 each . | YarcHeys Lavender Shaving Stick, 2/3 eacK. ' j Laven'der Freesia and Eau 3e Cologne Soap, 1/6 j j a cake, 4/3 a box. r j ! Lavender Face Powder, 3/- at ox. § ? ' I | Skinner & Maker, | i TOILET AND PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS. j EAST STREET ? ROCKHAMPTON. | 'Phone 1138., j NHffaMMiuMtMutmiM-fMriHtMMUMniMwiinHfiiHiilmi-Mmiiifm

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SOUTHERN SKY. GRAFTON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

SOUTHERN SKY. GRAFTON, January 2. Questioned to-day regarding the forced lauding of the Southern Sky yesterday. Lieutenant Ulm, who passed through by train on his way to Sydney, said they could not have liowu out because of the cramped, partially cleared space where the plane came to njst. xue plane weignea mny iu,vuu m. and, when landing on the ploughed ground,, it carried away two wire fences and finally came to rest on a grassy blope near a log. The passengers, who were ako aboard the train, paid tributes to the pilot's wonderful landing under such bad con ditions. ?

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SURF VICTIM. SYDNEY, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

SURF VICTIM. SYDNEY, January 1. Thomas Linskey, 20, of Boudi, was cur ried out by the treacherous undertow at Ikmdi to-day. Many other bathers underwent a simi lar experience, but were rescued by life savers. Linksey was rescued promptly and his heart continued to IjcmI after he had been taken from 'It v. 'ler nut, despite the cflWts of il ???«. ?-! surfers he succumbed. Doctors ti:te t . :« ? ? I from heart failure.

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INDIA. CALCUTTA, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

INDIA. CALCUTTA, January 1. The Indian National Congress open* ed its session at Lahore. It iimiurniouBly approved of Ghandi's independence resolution for a boycott of thu Legislature. A motion was passed congratulating the Viceroy (Lord lrwiu) on his es cape from the bomb outrage. CA1K0, January 1. Nalms Pasha bus formed a Cobinet. Nahas Pasha, writing to King Faud, said he would detail his programme in a Speech from the Throne on January lltli. CALCUTTA, January 2. Despite the order of the Congress committee at to-day's meeting, calling for t'i«' witl Jrtiwal of mem'w? from the Legislative Assembly, and the Council of State, it is uot certain whe ther the mandate will be generally obeyed. Qliandi and oilier prominent Natinon ulists are not in accord with the dras tic 6tep. of calling on Congressmen in the Assembly to eluy their hands till the meetinji «f the Congress of the Nationalist parties in Delhi on January J8th. Mr. Vitalbliai J. Patel, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, ...

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FOR THE POLICE. LONDON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

FOR THE POLICE. LONDON, January 2. The system of police 'pillboxes,' or| 'kiosks,' which was recently estab lished in London, has been adopted with remarkable speed by all the big cities throughout England, where the more costly and I'lineceseary eub-stationa are being replaced by tiie pill boxes. Already 101 of these Jiave been estan. lished in' Bradford, where formerly there were 12 sub-stations. The public lias Been brought int? much closer touch with. the police.

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PICTURE STOLEN. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

PICTURE STOLEN. LONDON, January 1. A Van Dyck masterpiece, 'Concert Dss Anges,' valued at £20,000 was des patched a few days ago, from RrusseU to London, addressed to Mr. Godfrey Phillips, the well known art dealer. It was missing when the packing case was opened and it was disclosed that the picture had been cut completely out of the frame. The owner,1 M. Bechbache, says it is insured for only a quarter of its value He recalls the theft of iir''''or famous Van Dyck at Courtrai in T' ember, 1907, which was similarly cut from the frame and later sold to a hawker for 4s. Th-j thief was eventually caught and ecu tenced to five years' imprisonment.

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

ST. FAITH'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, yEPPOON. An Ideal Secondary Boarding School under Government recognition. Pupils prepared up to senior standard. St. Faith's hae an excellent re putatiop and is conducted by a competent teaching stafl. Its Matron ie an experienced trained nurse. ? . . . . Prospectus on application to the Headmistress (Mise 5. A. E1ODSON, B.A.I or tbe Diocesan Secretary, Box 16, Roekhampton. ST. PETER'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, BARCALDINE. (Coardere and Day Pupils). Moderate Fees. Concessions for two in a family. Headmaster: Rev. R. V. Burrow es, MA.. Prospectus on application to Headmaster. R. COUSINS & CO., LTD., ESTABLISH I-:: ) iSSfi. ? ? - GENERAL BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. ? ? Sliop Front .and i Show Case Speoialisls. Class ,Mwo1ihii(r and Leadlight Importer*., (ieneia! Joiners and Glaziers. -ALTERATIONS AND KJil'AlKS (large or small) ]'I?OMM.'LV KXFXJU TJil) A/I LOWEST KATJiS. 'EAST-STREET, KOCKHAMPTON'. 'PHONE ...

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

jy HOLBROOKS W N°2 W, SAUCE ./ MJ3&Pw a del|cious thick sauce made from the, Utm\Wjr~^ FINEST FRUITS & SPICES j!rTL 'HUNGER is the BEST SAUCg'thisls foe ? M ktfL SECOND and you, will PREFER THIS ^

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AN UNHAPPY PAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

AN UNHAPPY PAIR. A week ago Mrs. Gertrude Mary Barry sought the aid of the Court in j-cspect to her husband, Joseph Barry, charging hini with constructive tlestr tion, in that she had been compelled to le-ive his residence under rciis'jn'altle apprehension of danger to herself. She accused her husband of keeping a 'faney woman' at the boarding bouse which he conducted, and also that lie and their daughter had, by their con stant naggiiig, endeavoured to force '^|ier to leave them. They had expressed a desire to get rid of her. On that oc casion the P.M. (Mr. O. E. Power) ad journed the case and advised lire. Barry to seek le^al assistance. The case again came oh for hearing yesterday morning. Asked whetiier aiiytiiilig had been done in the matter, Barry, in response to the P.&Hiltatcd lte had done every thing he possibly could during the week. He-liad ^offered to Send hia Wife to a houne in Toowoouiba, as site tnu fered from epileptic fits, but she had refused to go. 'I am a...

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

ST. FAITH'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, YEPPOON. An ideal secondary boarding school under Government recognition. Pupils are prepared up to senior standard. SL Faith's nas an excellent reputation and Is conducted by a competent leaching staff, its matron is an experienced trained nurse. Prospectus on application to the Head mistress (Miss S. A, Hodson, B.A.), or the Diocesan Secretary, Box 16, Rockhampton. ST. PETtR'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, BARCALDINE. Boarders and Day Pupils. Mod ROW'S Noted Dispensary and Drug Store. J. P. J. GORDON, PH. C, QUEENSLAND, N.S.W., and VICTORIA. EAST-STREET ? (Opposite Post Offce) ? ROCKHAMPTOM. DEPOT FOR : PARK DAVIS & CO., BURROWS, WELLCOME &, CO., NYAL'S PREPARATIONS.

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