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BLAZE AT OAKEY TOOWOOMBA, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

BLAZE AT OAKEY TUl'\VO(JMi;.i, January I. Four shops, were destroyed by lire eariy this morning at (Jakey. The shops were occupied by Holland, bootmaker; Misses Milne, dressmakers; IT. Drooney, butchers;; and the oHice of 'The Argus' newspaper. It is believed that, tlie tire was caused by fireworks let oil' earlier in the night. Owing to lack of water nothing could bo doMe to save the buildings. The damage is estimated at £J3uU.

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

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SPAIN. MADRID, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

SPAIN. MADRID, January 1. There has been a renewal 01 strange report* from Spain. A message from Madrid says that King Alfonso presided at a council of Ministers, when General Primo Di Ri vera submitted certain proposals. The King inquired the views of each Minister present, after which he an nounced he would give his division shortly. It is reported that General Di ltivera, after a meeting of Ministers, pre sented the resignation of the entire Cabinet. MADRID, January 2. The King of Spain has approved oi General de Riviera's new political pro gramme which does not change the re giuie but merely affects the present local machinery. The reports that the Cabinet has re signed have been denied.

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AVIATION. TUNIS, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

AVIATION. 1 TUNIS, January 1. Air experts have established that I.a Sallc's plane was forced down by the efiir.e storm which caused the |ilanc, piloted by bijuadrou-lcader Arthur Joncs-Willimna and Flight-Lieut. Jeu kius, to crash. LONDON, January 1. jitters from uiuia carried uy me Indian Air Mail during the inaugural month of April averaged 12,000 weekly. December's average was -4U,000 weekly and one liner carried Christmas mails of 00,0110 letters. MELBOURNE. January 7. Flying Oflii-er Leo J. Ryan, who was injured when his plane crashed at Laver ton on Sunday, died in hospital to-day. He was 24 years of age. and was at tached to No. 1 squadron of the Air Force and was making a solo flight when he crashed into a haystack while laud ing. He fractured his skull.

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WILKINS' EXPEDITION. HEARST LAND. LONDON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

WILKINS' EXPEDITION. HEARST LAND. (Copyright from Sir G. H. Wiikins. ) LONDON, January 2. ' Sir Hubert G. Wilkius, wirelessing from Deception Island on December 31st, said : — 'Three hundred miles of coastline have been added to the map of the world on the last day of 1029. 'The first attempt to penetrate the unknown regions lying to the south of us failed because of an impenetrable wall of falling snow. 'After flying 200 miles' we came with in sight of L'harcot Land when we were forced to return with nothing accom plished. 'The second attempt, made to-day, was a complete success. Charcot Land was found to be an island. We flew on westward over Heart's Land and suc ceeded iu charting 300 miles of coast along the Antarctic continent. 'We returned safely but disaster frowned on us. As we were lifting the aeroplane on to the vessel, the sling ropo broke and the machine crashed into the sea, but was only slightly damaged.' DECEPTION' ISLAND, January 3. An earthquake swept Deception Li l...

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BRITISH NOTE. LONDON, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

BRITISH NOTE. LONDON. December 31. The text has been issued of the mes sage handed to the Chinese Minister m London by the British Foreign Secre tary (Mr. Arthur Henderson) on De cember 28th regarding the abolition ot extra-territorial rights in China. Mr. Henderson said: 'The British Government is aware of the official and semi-official declarations of the Chi nese Government, interpreted as the earnest desire of the Chinese Govern ment that substantial progress should be made before January 1st, l'JSO, it not with the actual abolition of extra territoriality, at any rate with serious negotiations, having iu view the initia tion of that process in the immediate future. 'The British Government is actuated by a desire to meet the wishes of the Chinese Government in a liberal aud sympathetic spirit, and seeks to elicit from them concrete proposals which might serve as a basis for detailed negotiations. 'When it became apparent that the Chinese Government felt some difficulty in puttin...

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SOUTHERN CLOUD. BRISBANE, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

SOUTHERN CLOUD. BRISBANE, January 3. i noted b}r Si|uadron-leader Kingston! Smith, the Southern Cioud made a re cord flight from Sydney to Brisbane to day, covering the distance in 4 hours 32 minutes. The 'plane, which brought passengers and mails, anived in Brisbane at 12.30 p.m. ?

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DEMENTED MOTHER. SYDNEY January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

DEMENTED MOTHER. SYLLVEY, January 2. A small Hat di Siaimiore was the scene of a terrible domestic tragedy to day when a deuienieil woman, Mrs. Iris Osbornc, after cutting her child's throat, took her own life. The lir=t intimation of the tragedy was giu-u this morning when Mrs. Oe bornc reeled into tlie breaklast room of the email Hat she oa-ii|iicd and told the horrilicd landlady she had killed her daughter, J'lnlli.-, aged o. A boarder rushed upstairs and found the child's body Ixiug on a bed with her head hanging 1 ? y a thread. In the meantime, a desperate struggle took place in the kitchen between tlie frantic mother and the landlady, ilie. Matthews. Mrs. Osbornc told the landlady she was going out to cut her throat, where upon Mrs. Matthews grappled with her, but was flung against the sideboard. The woman then ran upstair* to her room and the landlady enlisted the help of two passers by, who ran to the wo man's ruolii, bul they were U'u late. The demented woman had .collapsed...

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

I-IITLi; BLACK PIJl.MJKSK. (Dra'in by Joyce Kent. No of poim., B-.

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VISIT OF MR. FORDE. WOWAN, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

VISIT OF MR. FORDE. WOW AX, Junuary 7. The Acting Minister for Trade and Customs, Mr. L\ M. Korde, accompanied by Mr. J. Stopford, member for Mt. Morgan, and Mr. H. R. Brake, the dis trict representative on the Cotton l\wl Board, arrived by motor car from Mt. Morgan two hours late, owing to bad roads, due to recent rains. A large crowd of farmers awaited his arrival. The Chairman of the Banana Shire Council (Mr. H. M. Roxburgh) presided at the meeting and, in briefly introduc ing the speaker, complimented him on his appointment. Mr. Brake joined in the complimen tary remarks and forecasted Mr. Forde's early promotion iu tli« Customs Depart ment. The growers, lie said, appreciat ed the prompt action of the Common wealth Government in giwiij; early pro- | tcction. Mr, Stojiiord alto expressed his con gratulations and said he was pleased to be able to be with him on the occa sion of his first visit to Wuwan. ! Mr. Forde, who wps given a great ova- , tiou upon arising to speak, dealt wi...

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

LITERARY GEMS. A.W.: 1 would like to nominate this: — Friend, dear friend, the good God under stood The need of humankind when He made love ; lie' knew we could not live in loneliness, And so He gave us- mortal love mid drew us Hour In Jinn. He felt tliu joy of fricud.-liip here on earth, And knew what friend will give lo ? friend— even his life. — Iv. Barnes. \V. H. WKST sends: — Ever their phantoms rise before us, Our loftier brothers, but one in blood. By bed ii ml table they lord it o'er us With hooks of b-nnty and words ot good. - Auilior unknown. Neither ;i lender nor n bonower be, For loan off, lo-es both itself ami j friend, And borrowing dull* tlie edge of luii biindry. — .Shakespeare. Jvich ;tr-; the diligent whn can command . Time, nature's stock, and could his J hourglass fall | Would as for seed of stars stimp for the sand. And by incessant labour gather all. — Author Unknown. . ' LADY MAY': This i* my literary gem, taken from an old song: — ' ' Ah. those little ice-e;d...

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

BJK Si ^^^?^ ^ta«^^ ^M^^ G.B.C. :' Imagination at its very best may well be applied lo Maurice Maeterlinck's fairy play, '? This Blue Bird.' Not as a play alone is' it fascinating, but it also makes moat captivating reading. There are wonderful thoughts locked fn these pages, and some, very shrewd rubs as to our lack of appreciation of the soul of tilings; ' the secret springs of action which lie beneath the surface and the show,' as Bracken says. The soul of the dog that asks nothing but to be allowed to worship his master is snore than merely beautiful. Death at the journey's end means no tiling so long as lie can accompany his 'little god'; harsh words, blows even, arc not no ticed in the joy of being able. to talk to tbc children. The scene in the Land of Memory is fcry fine, and it is a pretty thought fxpressed thus by Granny Tyl (who is lead). 'Well, every time you think ot ?? we wake up ai-d see you again !' »?' . . ''It's our only pleasure and it's - stich a treat when vour ...

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

TRAM FATALITY. BR1SBAXK. laniiaiv '?-. Fatal injurio were received by Wil liam Hermes, a \i»itor lo Ij.'ishui.e, last Bight, when lie was struck e-: tl'e i.e-nd by a trawcar wliile leaning -a'.t or ;i!i'.i*h er tram outside Da vies Park «iv-''.'Jv, ;iy. Fritz IJueitzesch. of Oxley. was also struck and sustained a proiwble frac ture oi the skull. The met. wee lean ing out of a crowded Vi:u to see a motor collision, which oc 'ir.vd nearby. They did not notice the uUe; tram, which struck Kcrnits with sreat fo.-ee, almost dragging him out uf the tram. Both were taken to lt«,ajiital. whore Hermes, who has no relatives in -4ucens- land, died «-oon afver being admitted. He had juht completed arraiii.'inento for r trip to Ireland, it ts suio! tJiat Hermes came from Ayr.

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SHOT IN STREET. TOOWOOMBA, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

SHOT IN STREET. TODWOOMBA. .laiiuarv 7. Karly thi- altcrnuon t-lircc shots were lired in i|iii k ^ucce^iKii in Kutisell strcet. whore iiiiiuy pcujilc were passing! ;U the time. j A 111:111 named V I... Oih-uU vvil-* wiiuiidcd iu the shiiulilcr and tlic lowei part of the liodv and I a ken to lios|ii(gil. His wounds were nut nhi'mhis. i.nivr :i wiiiumi. imiiieu .vii-. ua\ i«i Harris. :!2. said to h.we been living i apart from her Inishand, went to the ? police station and made a 'tatiMiicnt | ''he was later arre-ted. j Ciilcott is a middle-aged man and is | well known iu racing cici'k's. holding » , license hs a liookinaikrr's clerk from the Downs' Racing Association.

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HUGE SLAUGHTER. BRISBANE, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

HUGE SLAUGHTER. BRISBANE, Junuarv 7. During the open seat-on last year u is 2s(iuiatc*fl tliat 2,C00M0 opossums were killed in Queensland, this fijjun. ! lieinj; based on 'ales of skins in Brii u;uic. As ih»; open season was only of a month's fluration. it is held in some quarter:-! that Micif a large nuuiiicr eouiu not have b:en taken iu that time, and that large mini bens uiu;t have been killed in the clo»c reason. It is stated that for this reai-mi the Government proposes to adopt a incaii. for adequately policinp th-? areas in ?which opossum trapping is usually done.

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

FOR MOTHER'S HANDS. Baby has to lie I milled once or more each day, and between times there is constant washing of clothes, dishes, &c, and numerou.-- other duties which tend to chap and roughen the hands. There is no reason why a mother should not take care of herself as well as the baby. Remember that broken skin provides easy access for germs, and it ia of greatest importance that the hands be kept healthy and tree from any eruptions that might infect' the baby, either through contact or per medium of its food. Rub Mirpil on the hands frequently, and result* will be found to more than compensate fot this precaution. Mirpil is a scientifically prepared lotion for Chilblains. Rmi?h. Chapped and Chafed Skin. Red Hands. Sunburn Windburn, at a haw; for powder, and ?fter shaving: Obtainable frn-n all leading chemists ar-l 'tores -»r fr-'-n The W. H. Comstock Co. Ltd., 13 Uuw street, Sydney. Pricp 2/« tw Imltle pf»st -paid.

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IMPORTANT CONFERENCE. SYDNEY, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

IMPORTANT CONFERENCE. SYDNEY, January 2. About three we»ks ago complaints were made that although the Minister for Markets (Mr. Parker Maloncy) had been meeting wool men and discussing the marketing of the clip neither the Graziers' Association of New South Wales nor the Australian Wool Grow ers' Council had received any communi cation from Mr. Maloney on the sub ject. It has now been arranged for repre sentatives of the Australian Wool Grow ers' Council atid the Graziers' Federal Council of Australia to meet the Priim Minister (Mr. Sculiin) in Melbourne on January 10th to discuss the position and the future prospects of the pasto ral industry. Federal Ministers have indicated thai they are concerned over the pastoral po sition and the representatives of the gra ziers are taking the opportunity to place the facts before Mr. Sculiin. It is understood that certain repre sentatives ? concerned in wool and meat have already placed their views before Federal Ministers.

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

'RO.SHi.' (W'riUei) by K\'elyn Timiiw Jly sister hiis n dolly. Her cheeks »ira rosy red: My sistur t:alls h^r Rosip. ylte (tits a pretty bead. She's -i celluloid dolly. Her eyt^ nre pretty blue. Her hair is brightest ginffcr. And she can sit up, too. For shfi's a uretty dolly. The nices! you could sec. Jiy sister ^ot her Inst year. From off the Christmas tree. (N'o. of points. 6).

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LAND COMMISSIONER'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

LAND COMMISSIONER'S COURT. At the monthly sitting of th© Land Commissioner's Court, before the .Land Commissioner (Mr. W. J. Hooper), the following applications for certificates were granted: — A. H. Homewood, p.l.s., por. 25, Limestone, 160 ace. 3 rds. 29 pchs., for lease; J. T. M'Camley and A, MCamjey, g.h., por. 2lv., Ulogie, 12,808 acs., for lease; T. A. Berry, a.f., por. 6v., Banana, 159 acs. 3 rdg. 2 pchs., for deed. Occupation licensee were grant ed -to J, E- and K Q. Craig, por. 43, Boolburra, 1594 a., at a rental of jd. per, acre, '*nd Thomas Brown, por. 63, Boolburra, 1531 a. 3 r, 27 p., at a rental of £1 10a. The application ofj. 8. M'Kenzie 'for a prickly pear lease of por. 17v., Walton, 4 3-8 sq. miles, at a rental of £1 6s. Sd., was granted. D. Mannion's application for a similar lease of por. 29, Woolein, 1 sq. mile, at a rental of f 1 the lot was also granted. The following applications for land were accepted:— W. A. Brooks, g.f., por. 13, Wilangi, 7086 acs., and Flo...

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NELLY'S FRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

Mil.LVK t'UICHT. (Unucn bv Kllcii Uclbh, Uurcy-blicol Ml. MurKun). Nrlly liavnua and her UruUivr Tom, ii'.cd \\,ll. l.'cir .\uijlic cm' Uncle on u tur.u. Jl'ci ;KeU flavin;; ut tliu {arm, hul Ihe ? ..ily ililij; til.1. -Jid nut liKr, «UE the sivuK'-' ''?'=. ? I'' -!-- ;:a To,.; \uit- Koini,' to look for i...- roily, !?- liL-ur'l a bc'^jin si the uppuMvc «' if 'f *-ie '.. ?? Mv ran m tahl as lie cti'ill mi Uie .ii icilion of the bound, and mioii iuivi Iliut the uo;,-'s ilium vvus lirokcn. und liu \\a» lUbliiiij, ut Nelly. He ran and jot a length of rone ;ui.' iliaw ft over the dos'e head, then he cii'il thu do;,' 'I1' AI 'llis lime, Mr. Dames airivtil mi I'm m'c.'io. Ho plfki-i) Selly up am) look lie;- into the lions?. Mn\ Iliirnes got sonic hot «jter and bulheil Nelly's leg.1 which was limlly mibhi-il whi'ii' the dot' liad l.itlen her. Mi BiTiiesi sold the iIok. and Nelly und Tom wnv -luiK- happy afterwards. (No. of pointf j).

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