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

Most Delicious, Dependable, And Best Varied Canned Foods, Put your faith In the foods (Jiat have delighted exacting housewives in all parts of the world. You'll love their wholesome flavour— and you'll be amazed at the food ! possibilities of the 57 varieties. HEINZ —tie name stands as your guarantee of something ex traordinary — something away above the ordinary. TRY HEINZ. _4^^^B^3&jfK -9^*f»xP Also Heinz Cooked Spaghetti, ^^^P^^ZSkA. iMSTJ*9\ HeInz Cream Soups, Heinz ^HF^^£hML\ \^f£ I Mixed Ketchup (Tomato K^^^^LX tAJM J Sauce), Heinz Mixed Pickles, E8^?j-^QragMfei\ tfs--. ^vo Heinz Relish, Heinz Evaporat E^*^ ?^fi£ff«ytt\^?iu^P ed Horse Radish, Heinz Pre ^^^»**^ jtffBbjUmSW'L pared Mu6tard. ^B^tB§bBtPtH1Il\ of all stokbkeepers ^^E^^^^WSt WHOLESALE ONLY: DENHAM BROS. (R'TON) LTD., EASTofREET — ? ROCKHAMPTON. ! . . ? ? - ? ? ? ? ? ? ?— ' £12,000 IN PRIZES, 2 Firsts, 2 Seconds. Still Going Strong. Sold 2nd Prize 201 Art Union. Golden Casket. Tickets : ,!. for 6/-, 2 for 1 1...

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Carrington—Tatt's Double. Gay Ballerina And Jeypore. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

Carrington-Tatt's Double. Gay Ballerina And Jeypore. mHE Carringlon Stakes-TaUorsall's Cup double was decided over the New Year holidays, resulting in a win tor Gay Ballerina and Jepyore. Both were well backed, Jeypore starting favourite for the Cup. Gay Ballerina is a New Zealand bred marc. She possesses remarkable pace, but is on the small side, and n bump is fatal to her. She got a clear run on this occasion and finished in front of the stableniates, Greenline and Raisin. Panola was fourth as in the Vil liers. This mare will win a good race yet; but it may not be until the autumn, when the Newmar ket and Doucaster plums are ripe for picking. Jeypore won TattereaH's Cup from end to end. He is a good galloper, but likes to be out on his own. Start ing at J!5 to 1 ho just failed to land the Summer Cup after leading all the way. jHe was never better than 5 to 1, and started at 7 to L-. for TattcrsalPs Cup, which was a furlong shorter. He won nicely from imported John Buchan anj old D...

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ENGAGEMENTS. ROCKHAMPTON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ENGAGEMENTS. ROCKHAMPTON, January 3. The engagement is announced of Ethel May, sixth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hare, Harrison's Pocket, to Henry, eldest son of Air. and Mrs. C. Crew, Rockhampton. ROCKHAMPTON, January 4. The engagement is announced of Enid, eldest daughter of Air. and Mrs. G. A. .Denning, of Tellaraga, Ryde, Syd ney, to John, eldest ton of the late Mr. W. Broome and. Afrs. Broome, of Corio, Croydon, Sydney. ROCKHAAIPTON, January .6. The engagement is announced of Edna. Ivy, second daughter of- Air. and Mrs. J. H. Powell, 145 Campbell-street, lo Robert Peter Hutcheon, eldest son of the late Air. Hutcheon and Mrs. Hut cheou, Card-street, North Rockhamp ton.

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THE RACING RESULTS—LOCAL SOUTHERN. RACING FIXTURES. JANUARY, 1930. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

THE RACING RESULTS — LOCALltS^WUTHBRN. RACING FIXTURES. JANUARY, 1B3P. ' 11 — Yaraka Amateur Race dub. 18-25— Rockhamptoji Jockey Club. 25— Blackall Racing.. Club... 27 — Rockhampton Jockey Club. ': . FEBRUARY. 8-22— Rocklmnipton 'Spekey Club. .MARCB* -' . ! 8 — Rockhainpton Jockey Club. 17 — Dundee Racing Club, 22— Rockliampton Jockey Club. APRIL. 5 — Rockliampton Jockey- Club. 11-12— Isaacs River Picnic Race Club. 11-1*2— Cainbooir Auluteur Race Club. J9-21 — Rockhampton Jockey Club. 23— Dundee Racing Cluh. MAYi. 2-3— Mackenzie River Amateur Picnic Race Club. ' 8-10— Thangool Race Club.. 17-24 — Rockhainpton Jockey . Club. JUNE. ' 3 — Dundee Racing Club. ? ? 3-7-20-21-23-23— Rockhampton Jockey Club. ? '

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MR. GEORGE B. HOPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

MR. GEORGE B. HOPPER. Mr. George B. Hopper, who has lived in close quiet retirement since he re linquished the position of manager of the Central Queensland Meat Export Co., Lake's Creek, in 1918, left liris bane on Saturday. He is uncertain whether he will remain in America or not, for, despite the natural attraction it has for him as the land of his birUi and youth, the many fond memories he has of Queensland, and of the plea sant associations in the metropolis, will exert a very strong influence in deter mining his future movements.

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Entered For Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

Entered For Mackay. OEVERAL horses which com peted successfully at the B.J.C. Christmas meeting are en tered for the Mackay engagement on Saturday. , Unless Mackay form is at the moment a good deal higher than usual it is hard to see how Ortolo Blue Siege and Chrysyivan are going to be beaten for their re spective races.

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SIR JAMES BLAIR. BRISBANE, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

SIR JAMES BLAIR. BRISBANE, January 2. Sir James Blair and his wife returned by the mail train to-night. In a brief interview, the Chief Jus tice said he was greatly appreciative of the honour conferred on him and of the numerous congratulatory messages received from friends throughout Queensland. During the absence ot me ijovernor (-?? John Goodwin) on his trip south in a few weeks. Sir James Blair will act as Deputy Governor.

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

RARE STAMP. Stt-lla Perkins, 'Terranora,' Nanya Siding, Clermont Line, writes :— Re 'J..T.H.V par on stamps (Cap. 12/12/20) I wonder if he is making a mistake about that British Gumn* stamp? He says » 4 cent black on magenta is worth £120. We have just bought two new albums from different firms mid on the page of rare stamps in l-oth, the black on magenta is a 1 cen» stamp which realised £7:-4o the last time it was sold. There is only one known copy. 1 have not heard of tb« U.S.A. Government Post Office stamps, but there are two Mauritius Post Offic'' ones 1 penny and 2 penny printed »p 1847. TJess Minn thirty of the two vu'.ues are known and copies fetch about £2000 each. The N.S.W. Sd. 1R5.1; stamp did fetch a lot. as in my Whitfldd King 1030 fiitaleguo thnv urc valued at £18 each About the 2d. blue Queensland 1800 Btamn at £85. I think the person wh»- paid that price for one mu6t have more money than sense. There were two 'ksucs of 2d. blueB' in 1806. On* is watermarked with a st...

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

U'-»'-iiiimi»i'iHiinuuiiiiiiiiumiiiimmiiiuiiiiimiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiHn^ I2j I THOS KELLY & SONS Ltd. | | The Quality House | ! PEACHES, GOOD QUALITY. | APRICOTS, GOOD QUALITY,, O P JAM-t O P GOOD LOOSE TEA ALES, STOUT, ANH I ! 21bTi- ? W- 21b, -fins ...... 8R !KJAIWia^ Perlb. 1/6 Peril, sp|RITS j ! PEARS, GOOD QUALITY. PLUMS, GOOD QUAUTY. | 6£d. p«*.-w»m. «.ion. i/. MIXED VINEGAR PICKLES i r . 21b, Tins ,TO „.., ^ ,„... 1/, 21b. Tire ,,w „,., .. .. !0R j 6|d. Pineapple, Apricot y. !/? Bottle. ? FOUREX (XXXX) ALE. 1 = Ammonia, pei bot. r.-.- .... „?„, 0 8'| Custard Powder, per tin .. t.-. 1 6 Goldeii Syrun, C.S.R., 71b. tiu 2 5 PASTES— Anchovy, per jar -a 1 5 Quarts, per doz ? .« »» 16 6 I I Ammonia. Scrubb'g, hot :tK 1 6 Custard 1'owder, doz. puts. .7 1 0 Herbs, per bot ? ua 0 9 Arcbovette, per Jar . . ....,,» - 1 Quarts, case of - dos. .., »f 63 6 5 = Arrowroot, pkts., por pkt. .. ? v- 'Curry l»owd«r, per tin ?.. ?.„? 1 0 JAMS, V.C.. by tbe Case— -Bloater, per jar ....

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

I ? V sll. pure*. Tiniber Men's Tools ?*££££'?: fl ; 1 w T*m*' v_ b^b- i 1 '***?? %fr- . «*?£ ??: I ^Sfr Sawmill Benoh Gauge. ' ? . , . flp ^fc. SIGHT OR LEFT HAND. . ? . , _J^. if 1| 8mjt adjustment and accurate. : . j I^EHm ? wl Yt Rods QrriL 8r ? ^^^±. ' ..'' ._. ' ? ; ? - - i ??? t , ? , IFH IV ' i^^m Easy and Qalddy A* Hooks and Loopbands. wm carry strain ot 30 JH^HL n^^H^ Juted, and grips Bop* F0R WjRB r0Pbb. . ~iaoa. Wily and |H|H| JBMBr rt fT P'*-*068 n' Jo fit llha^ lSln.. 2in, 21ln., 2atn, tin* : quickly adjusted. IHB SKIL damage flit ropa, .. Slim diameter rooaa. . . , ? . ' i9Hf V ^_^^^^^^H Logging Block ^^— ^B. TaH Rope Block flflfl^^^^H ror is and 20 Tons JB; ? SBflA quietly adjusted* _ , F*Her»f and Splitters' Wedges. ? ?J^^Hff ?BS3A «a- ShMTt. 4 jolD fiTBDDL ft SELECTED STEEU ' Ea*Uyand quickly |UHn^Hf ^^^I^BM Correct taper, uniform, and grooved . ^Hl^Bfl^r f^Hf^Hr if required, ~ ^H^R^ CATALOGUES with full particulars on application to th» ) (Queensland A#»4i%f1f» Dn...

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

TO BANISH NEURITIS. Nourish Your Nerves. Neuritis has one symptom, that is, pain — torturing pain. This usually gets worse at night, when it is leuet wanted, disturbing sleep and creating misery. The pain has been aptly de scribed as ''the cry of starved invve-b,' for it is malnutrition of Hie nerves thai is the cause of the trouble. People who are reduced in strength by overwork, anxiety or some form vt over-exertion, either mental or physical, are particularly liable to neuritis. The reason for this is that the blood has become thin and weak, and is unnble to give the nerves the element* they need. The nerves then become inllameJ, and neuritis pains develop. To banish neuritis, treat incut uiutt bo directed towards building up and -enriching the blood. That is why Dr. Williams' Pink Pills ltave -proved s-j successful in the treatment of this pain ful disease. Thcve pills contain the essential in gredients that create new, rich blood, ? which feeds the nerves; the ner\cs then jrain...

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

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PRINCE OF WALES. LONDON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

PRINCE OF WALES. LONDON, January 2. When the Prince of Wales resumes hie hunting trip to Africa, which was in terrupted by the King's illness, he will be taken for aeroplane rides over liU' jungle in search of game in Tanganyika, thus avoiding waste of time in -nuto- ing in the rainy season. Moet of the Prince's guns and revol vers are already aboard the Kenilworta Castle where he proposes to keep tit with a daily swim and exercise wit ii a niprlirim* IihII. He will join the other passengers in deck games and insists that he shall be treated as an ordinary paying passenger, taking meals in the saloon. The only change made for him will be that two cabins on the promenade deck will be merged into one to serve as a bedroom and a sitting room. , While in South Africa, as the guei'. . of the Governor-General (the Duke of Athlonc), the Prince proposes to visit the district where native disaffection recently showed itself. While hunting lie will use a special six -wheeled Wolseley saloon c...

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HISTORY IN SHIPS. HISTORY IN SHIPS. ARRIVAL OF THE UTOPIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

HISTORY IN SHIPS. (By 'Jubius.') HISTORY IN SHIPS, i ? ? ? I 1 ARRIVAL OF THE UTOPIA. . The following account of the arrival of the emigrant ship Utopia at Rock' hampton is taken from the 'Morning Bulletin' of November 12th, 1862:^ The Utopia left Plymouth on the ,23rd July at 6 p.m. and passed Antonio) one of the Cape de Verde Islands, on the 7th August. On the 8th Bhe exctiangea signals with the Blue jacket, from Mel bourne, bound for England, having lost her topsail yards. She crossed the line on the 26th August, and on the 27th August exchanged signals with the British brig Greyhound, from Oporto, bound for Sydney, 28 days out. Same date observed a comet, bearing about N., altitude 50 deg. The Cape of Good Hope was passed on the 26th September, 64 days from Ply mouth, and the Utopia rounded Vau Dieman's Land on the 25th ultimo, sighting Cape Lookout on the 2nd in stant, and on the same day passed More ton Island, on November 5th, 9.30, rounded Breaksca Spit, at 2 a.m. on Nov. 6,...

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

W.E.TOZER&COY., EAST STR2FT, JiOCKBAMPTON* ENINU15EUS & MACHINERY MER CHANTS. O0R WORKS are equipped wltn , Modern Machine Tools and Ap pliances, enabling us to carry out aU classes of Engineering Work « , AGENTS— Intercolonial Boring Co. PARKINSON MOTORS.— Several Bikes in Stock. We carry all classes of Engineering Requirements, Engines, pumps. Circular Saws, Etc. NOTICE TO TEAMSTERS AND OTHERS. WE, ire prepareo to take UA1D ?WOOD LOG TIMBj£r. Jo. mill Ing' purposes in any quantities at our Sawmills, Lion Creek Ro^-i '-'--.-i Downs Line). HIGHEST PRIC1S G1VL.N. For full particulars apply i- our Mill, back of Show Groups. Pbona 860. v H. A. SKYRING & SONS, LTD.. SA.WMILL2RE AMC TMBEH ;,rr.viLANTS. Fruit Cast1 and Celotex tor ? *:, Town Office and Yards, East and Stanley street, Rockhairt-- \-n. 'Phone Si. . ro Hm CT..

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

Mr. L. J. Brain, Brisbane mantigor for Quiilus. und Miss Constance Brotvnhill, of Sydney. 1Wi0.sc on garment is an nounced.

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

J. W. JONES , LTD , ARE OFFERING SPECIAL VALUE FOR THE MAN ON THE STATION AND ON THE LAND. SHIRTS. TROUSERS. ^^^^^k^^^H Good Strong Working // /////////////JHB Hll qutiit7 ^ °p bot lllUmSIr to''10/iftn/s- lll'''r 'mBF* *ood $tr0B*. doth' Shop by Post and Save Money. We Pay Freight on All Cash Orders. J. W. JONES , LTD., EAST-STREET, ROCKHAMI^TON. .,.

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XMAS—NEW YEAR RACING PRODUCES HORSES OF PROMISE. French Lady And High Estate. TWO TO BE REMEMBERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

: : ? — ? . ? . ? : ? - ? ^S^OjjjiK ? : ? ? ? XMAS—NEW YEAR RACING PRODUCES HORSES OF PROMISE. (By Sarchedon.) The Christmas-— New Year meeting of the Rockhampton Jockey Club was one of the most successful Summer engagements that the premier club has held for some years . In spite of a wet week which,* whilst it did not interrupt the racing must have affected the attendances and tote returns, the financial results were satisfactory. The racing throughout was of a high standard The meeting brought to light several horses which will go further, and should certainly play an important part in the Carnival meeting. Notable amongst these are the Longreach owned French Lady and High Estate, raced by Messrs. Adair and Beak. French Lady And High Estate. twotobeIImembered. Two horses performing at the Christmas meeting which will go down in the little black memor anda book of racegoers will be French Lady and High Estate. They, with Ortolo, were the out standing performers at the meet ing, an...

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

PALESTINE. ^T— ' -. . '..? ? f LONDON, .lunuai-y I. Vi The Colonial Oflice hus iaeii.d h ^tato ment showing a satisfactory iuduiliou of unemployment in Pu!esUuc during. October. : Unemployment, bolli among Jews and Arabs, deceased. nbtwithsUndLii' the fact that nearly 800 working men and women entered the country at the end of the month. ' ? It was estimated tUat there wen tw Jews without employment, most .& whom belonged to the building trade. About half this number stated they lost their employment in consequence of the recent disturbances. The number of Arabs unemployed at the end of October was estimated to be 1600, of whom tnore than one-third be longed, to the building trade. '??.? In October, 1028. the figures were 1400 and 2500 for Jewish and non-JewJsh un employed mpectirely,

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ANARCHISTS. PARIS, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ANARCHISTS,. ; ,.„ PARIS, December 31. ,\ Tbrco Italians have been arrested an-yj, a charge of being in possession' of eg- \. plosives. ...?' 4^.' They are alleged to be ^working in con- *iL. uection with the Italian Anarch ibt, tier nieri who was arrested in Brussels- for r plotting against the Italian Ministry foe, :) Justice. ' . ? « j ?? - The arrested persons arc believed to have been plauning 'the ' destruction of the Italian delegation .to the Ltfague Council In the middle of January.

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