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NO REPRIEVE. ADELAIDE, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

NO REPRIEVE. ADELAIDE. January 7. Alter considering a petition signed by N0U persons for lijs reprieve, the Execu tive Council to-duy decided not ^inter fere with tlie.deutli sentence irujTOed ou Thoiiius lilytJie for tho murder of his wife on September ,'iOth. Blythu will be hanged on Thursday morning.

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

PASTORAL AWARD. BRISBANE, Jauuai v 3. JnlerviewcJ to-day, the htattf JSccre tary of the A.W.U.. said the policy ot (he A.W.U. iu riyard to the award c»t the Court had been definitely defined by ji plebiscite of members throughout the ('oiDUionvvealt'i nud it had been deci ded, by an overwhelm ing majority, to abide bv the Court's awards. livsohitiuits luid been carried at dif ferent centres to t)ic ell'ect that tho award, which comes into operation oil i'l'lii-iiary 1st. should be considered by branch executives on January 11th. CllAKLKVlLLE, January 3. U a muetiiig of 100 members of tJic A.W.U. vcslerday, resolutions were cur ried that the new award for thu pas toral induct r\', enforcing a vvagu reduc tion, be rejected and that no *Jic-niber en^aye under the new rates altci1 Jnnuiiry S'.st. A further Motion was curried that delegates from each pastoral ipunln meet before February 1st at some cen tral place and discuss the question. The meeting later decided that Char levillc, beii...

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PALESTINE DISORDERS. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

PALESTINE DISORDERS. LONDON, January 6. Member.* of the Shaw Commission of Inquiry into the causes of the recent disorders between the Jews and the Arabs in Palestine returned to London yesterday. The commission sat six hours a day and six days a week fur niue weeks m Pnlphfini1. liwiriii!' Mk- i-wnt valinnn ot evidence. A few more witnesses will be heard iu London, and the lepoil will probably be presented in tlie next few weeks.

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

STANWELL The weather conditions since ijunday last have been very disturbed, with every appearance- of an ettiy wet tea son this year. Generally spcakirg, good beneficial rain has fallen tbrmighout tha district. On Tuesday aftannoon a heavy, storm worked up over Httewait's Creek. Torrential rain til' e-r( Meteor Park Orphanage and Neerkoll, yielding 240 points. Mr.: B, E. Dtibron, who was. motoring from Rockhamqiton to Sfcanwell, ran into this- storm. He stated that in all his experience he has never yet seen so much water over the Orphanage Flats. He Bead he had a very trying experience endeavour ing- to keep to the road, whicih was well covered with water. Tha crossing on the Stairwell side of Neerkoll Creek has been badly washed out. The following is a return of the number of wet days and the minfall for each month in 1929: — January, 10 wet days, 54 points ; February, 20, 2429; March, three, 383, April, five, 772 ; June, seven, 623 ; October* five, 193 ; November, 7, 280 ; Decem...

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

When Hi* nwitu£|j£ climbs up to the 111 hundred math/ |l When your tongue seems lEftr like a dry strip , of leather ]fto7V and your throat feels like an ||l«?! ! exhaust chute from a furn- 3HS| ace you need Pilsener— you |«gM relish Pilsener— for real K([M |H \ Pilsener like Tooheys, )*' ' ^* «? N. chases weariness and / j'yS Nv exhaustion away. / JHBi LIGHT AND DELIGHTFUL 3| TOOHEYS + if #^ King Poley — £16 /li wfpmfp Mounted. / /U WtKmtK /^^P^ / Jm COLLARS (&AJ-n i .iSssT''''' S^y^'^ I'IRST l'RIZli R'TON ffly / /T^s^^^^W m0W KV-KRY YEAK 11/ fa_f' '''?--f^S&^]££0r That Competed. /// /f ////W^^^ ItETIRED UNBEATEN /// // ??^?// Iff/ DAflD? I'OLliY. if/ /jf ?--...-??? f ( l/f I Similar, smaller SO^ME RECORD ! II /y Vy// i)ad9' ?KsMy \VW ^**4\ lowcr 8cat» Trv WpriiAr jUr . // £15/10/- * * * T* crner IT *?????:;? ?'..; // Champion Polcy: with Cbunterlining. I ??? Jj £14/ i5/- New Trees placed in A /I Utility Polej fl3 . Saddles. jy II Station Poley £lii o ? o 1\ // Handy...

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Motor Note PROMISES AND THREATS. FOR THE NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

.Motor Notes Conducted By Radiator. PROMISES AND THREATS. FOR THE NEW YEAR. Thy advent of tlie New Year promises much that will benefit the motorist, and also some that will have the re verse effect. Chief amongst the beno lits is tiie continued improvement foi;e '?usU'd by Federal and State Govern .neiits in the highways — chiefly from ;nom-y collected from motorists them selves Ly way of fuel tax and regis ralion fees. In the near future we may expect to have to pay additional 'uel imposts, with the vague promise hat a proportional amount will be de luded from our registration charges, (he average motorist cannot very well ibjct't to the principle of the fuel tax .or the purpose of raising money for oad building, for the reason that ho rnys in strict proportion to the imount of use lie makes of the high ways, but the nor.-road-using fuel con sumer is at present also called upon o pay the tax, and this aliuuld be reiue lied. \Yhat the motoring organisa tions should look to is the o...

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A SISTER'S SACRIFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

' A SISTER'S SACRIFICE (For the 'Central Queensland Herald.') ' The little bush town could boast only a few dwelling houses, a couple of shops, a tiny post office, a school, a church, and a small railway siding. Nevertheless it made up much in charm, for. the first settlers had picked a most ideal spot when they pitched camp on the site where the town now stood. Just outside the town, a prosper ous-looiring farm, one of many which dotted the landscape, arrests the at tention — a particularly pleasant lotk ing homestead it was; fruit trees ot niany varieties in the garden, while xXises and beautiful flowering creep ers ran riot over the old-fashioned house. Cattle in the paddocks con tentedly chewing the cud, the farmer in the distance, on his plough, turn ing up the moist red soil, it was al most the last place in the world where one would have looked for tragedy. The shades of evening were draw Ing in and Maisie Grey, a lassie of about 20, the eldest of the brood, who with their pa...

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

ltoL^:'^--'^f^;--:y'-- J CONVALESCENT HOME i Emu P-ark. FOR WOMEN ANDi- CHILDREN. %. (Under Control of Rockhanrflton Hospitals -Board.) CLOSE TO STATION AND BtEACH. ~* PUBLIC AND PRIVATE WiMRDS. A ' ITR^-CLABS ACCOMMODATION. .0%. ., (People who are Sick are NOfC Eligible for Admission, i Convalescents Only. WRITE, TELiG^lPE, OB 'IPUOUE TO THE MATRON. THE NEW LISTER SEPARATOR s t **' ^^\ Gets All the Cream and the Bigger Cheques, and it's j %«- _jtf/ made by your Best Customer. | '^IIjMjf All British Built, j ^Js£m CASH PRICES OF THE NEW LISTER: | ^*^wjSs^ 22 GaUon Lister ???????? ? £1° ° ° ! fiflBfc | 30 Gallon lister . . .:. .... ... ,-. . . £11 15 0 i fSg^|n__-==3 40 Gallon Lister ...... ,-. : ? £13 10 0 1 ? TpM 50 Gallon lister . , ? ;.:. .... £17 5 0 j ^=tf=*^1 HB 70 GaUon L'ler ' ' ?????? ? ? ? ... £22 15 (J i jBH 90 Gallon Lister . . ,. . .... .. . . . . £28 00 I dflJFw 110 Gallon Lister .............. £3310 0 I jM ^ The New LISTER Can Also Be Bought On Easy Terms , § s ' . ? ...

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A TRIFLE FLIGHTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

A TRIFLE FLIGHTY. (For the 'Central Queensland Herald.') Blowing into Longreach in time to miss the daily train to Winton, and after finding and sorting indifferent substitutes for words to express my displeasure in the matter, I revealed my tragic plight at the hotel table . Like the chime of a silver bell, a voice at my elbow ram med a jagged hole in my ballast cargo of subconscious joy with, 'Oh, how very fortunate though, a Vane is leaving in an hour for Winton accommodating two passengers . I've booked my own passage. ' liunniag off a lie in the semi-final of a buu-eatiug competition is not to be compared with the discomfort I felt wheu all eyes like pistol muzzles at close range sought to reflect my look of general appreciation. Tiie general chorus of, 'Yes, yes. You're quite safe, now,' I found any thing but conducive to a healthy con lidence in the future. 'Beeu up before, of course?' quer ied a corpulent geut. 'Stunning things, errorplanes. ' His experience in the air — in ...

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

CHARLIE MURPHY. RAIHDRESSEK and lUBACCUNJSi BAST STREET. FIRST CLASS PAKLOUit. Up-to-date Assortment ot Smoker* Requisites always un Dana. 'Pbone Nob 770 anri 774 Rox No. 262 ROSIER & NORTON, WATCHMAKERS, J EWELLERfS, ENGKAVERS. DIAMOND RINGS A SPECIALITY. 28 DENHAM ST., UOCKHAMi'TOiN ? ROW & CO., - — Noted Drug Store, Family & Dis pensing Chemistt, J.P.J GORDON Pb.C N.S.W aud Queensland . Opposite Post Office. MISS HUET SURGEON DENTIST. 162 BOLSOVEK STREET (Next to Tivoli Theatre.) Telepnone no. 492. : IDEM PRESSING WORKS, | HAM SxREET. \ (Next to Leiciihardt Hotel.) § CLEANING. DYEING ANL I PRESSING. | PERFORMED HY EXPERTS. | . Gents' Suits, also Ladles' Skirts I 1 and Costumes made to look like I ! new. 1 1 COUNTRY QROERS PROMPTLY! I ATTENCED TO. | | F. WASSELL, Proprietor, f : - = f.«.i1iiiiiiiiiniimi.iiiii»i....i...miMii.Mi.iimm«— . ?.— . ..?..; LATTICE PANELS READY TO ERECT. CAN BE SUPPLIED any size. Made of Queensland Pine 1$ in. by 3/8. Painted before...

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

KEEROONGOOLOO. BRISBANE, January 3. The Minister for Labour and Indus Try (Mr. Sizer) said to-day that Kec ronugooloo State Station in the Ada vale- Windorah district had been with out rain for practically iive years. The Government was awaiting good rains there, expecting then to receive satisfactory oilers .for the purchase of this holding and stock. In Si'ptemljsr there was estiuisied to be 01 30 cattle and 450 horses . Hie station. The Minister added that everything possible was being done to sav the entile und wonders had beeu aceo: 'isii ed, but some of them were now - -iy. Over 5000 head had been dealt .-it'll, either by sale or their removal to other country. Several thousand could nut be mus tered, being scattered, and ir cases poor. If rain fell in a week or two, how ever? the situation would be saved.

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

CACTOBLASTIS. BRISBANE, Januarv 3. Cactoblastic cactoruui, employed for the deiitructiou of prickly pear, is now being attacked by a disease, which, huw ever, has not yet assumed serious or :i!«ri!iin-r proportions. Biologists are investigating the diceaM!. In October, millions of wietoblas-tis cg's were liberated and equally IsirjM numbers will be set free next month. The official view it) that after Octo ber next there will be no necessity tor additional distribution, us by that time there will have been sufficiently large liberations to cover all pear infcs-ii-'i land.

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

(^1313131 3i3iaiai3iaiaiai3i3iaiaiaiai: naiaiaiaiBiaiBiaiaisiainsisiaisiai^aiifiai^' enuiaiaiaiaiaciiaiMiaiaiaiaiaBiiaiaiaiaiJMmjuiJuiaiaijmoiaiaiaai ! VCDDnnkl M roEAL H0UDAY RES0^ 'aumtXZLcui' \ irrrllllra 'THE MECCA OF THE HOLIDAY MAKER.' F.cbvbeu*. ! —————— ———j if WENTY-EIGHT miles from Hockhampton by a splendid road, tucked away ? 'Phope 32. ? I BROWN'S 'CASH AND CARRY' I under the shelter of the Kcppel Islands, lies this progressive township of - \ STORF 100° inhabitants. Four hotels, refreshment cafes, and boarding' houses cater . E. WILSON'S : for the tourists and visitors. ..__ _„.. j Opp. Railway Station, Yeppoon. VEPPOON is a favourite of nature — sea, sand, and sun at their superlative CMt ROYAL, ;- For Cheap Groceries &c * best, a playground of the gods-here : then, is a perfect epot for your holiday. (Near Beach.) I _ . , . _ . . . , The seventeen-mile beach of hard sand will one day become the Daytona of _ f Eegjstered Cou. mission Agents. Australia. At low t...

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RAINFALL FOR THE YEAR 1929. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

r RAINFALL FOR THE YEAR 1929. . . Jan. Feb. Mar. April May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Pec. Year. Adavale ♦„ ,. .-. 0.16 0.44 0.00 2.74 0.00 0.90 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.21 0.11 0.29 — 5.75 Alice .. rf. w M. 0.60 0.55 1.56 1.75 0.00 0.25 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.56 0.25 — 5.02 Alpha ..^.t „.,,.„ 0.55 1.20 2.49 2.07 0.00 1.15 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.45 1.83 1.58 - 12.W Anakie .. '?*. .. 1.69 4.76 2.65 2.89 0.00 2.90 0.00 «.«0 0.00 0.50 2.35 4.2a — 21.90 Aramac vi '?;. .*? 0.45 1.S4 0.43 3.24 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.53 0.45 — 7.B4 Ayrshire Downs 4.57 1.51 2.34 2.75 0.00 0.15 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.81 0.05 — 12.18 Banana .,- ??.-. ... 0.56' 8.13 2.52 2.68 0.00 2.52 0.27 0.23 0.00 1.83 3.16 4.08 — 26.02 Baralaba S. .. .., 0.64 14.81 2.09 2.65 0.00 1.48 0.00 0.00 0.00 4.07 7.89 4.54 — 38.7b Barcaldine V*. ..,0.08 3.03 1.07 3.32 0.00 0.21 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.03 0.70 0.18 — 8.76 Bauhinia DaWna 1.46 8.82 1.65 2.74 0.00 2.57 0.00 0.84 0.00 1.41 3.32 6.60 — 29.41 Biloela .V .. .. 1.73' 13.05 2.62 4.32 ...

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

A ? , ? ^ $6/6/-. jp \J 1 1 These Suits are not 'hand- Ku%-r^t^ tI i I finished,' but 'hand-made' ,-Ji '| .|l I il I throughout. liBill IV 1 I ' Absolutely the Bert Value II |1 null In Australia. llVlM 1 Write for Sample and Self- u|\| { LI| I measurement Cha^t - \ j||M v3\\ f \~* ^^^ JACKSON 8, I EAST STREET ? ROCKHAMPTON. I 'Satufactiou Guaranteed or Money Refunded.'

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STOCK MOVEMENTS. Queensland Districts. FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

STOCK MOVEMENTS. Queensland Districts. FOR NOVEMBER. The Chief Inspector of Stock (Mr. A. II. Cory) has kindly furnished the fol lowing movements for November : — ENTERED DISTRICT. Horses Cattle Sheep Harcaldinc .. :.., 2 ? 3,035 Ho wen .. .. vi 22 209 1,033 Brisbane ,. ..'., 097 10.2S2 3WM1 Cairns .. ..-. ... 124 1,510 650 Charleville ... ... 3 40 ? Ck'rmont .. ,.. 25 342 5,800 ( oolanyutta ,.:-.'* 26 224 707 - Vow's 'Xest ..? w '2 1.356' ? Emerald .. .. M 1)3 250 . 300 (iladslone .. .., 239 261 269 31olitk.il .. .. ,., 21 601 167 llu-hcmleu .... 1S1 13 7,239 ],oii»reach .. -:, 55 20 13,300 Xorniiiuton . .-« 5 ? ? Roma ? ? - — 69 ? South Burnett ?.- 22 1.455 10.1 Toowooniba ... 334 7,903 17,S97 Towjisville .. ,.? 203 1.062 2,247 Warwick .... 1.145 4,264 35,S39 M'ititon .... .? 110 418 39,350 MOVEMENTS IN DISTRICT. Horses Cattle Sheep lian-aldinc .. ?.- 352 628 62,770 ]\-\veii ? 218 1.472 ? Jiri*baue ...... . 421 17,503 9,202 ( iiinis .. :?„ .. US 7S7 ? Charleville .. ?..: 262 1,264...

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MAGISTRATE'S COURT. ROCKHAMPTON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

MAGISTRATE'S COURT. ROCKHAMPTON. January 3. .Judgment by default was given for i.he- plaintiffs in the following undefend ed caies at the weekly sitting, of th-a ^Magistrate's Court yesterday : — Thus. Kelly and Sons, Ltd., «. James Beaumont, Mouto, £3 9s. 9d., goods sold, v ith 7s. Od. costs. R. P. Cross, Marmor, v. Alexander T. | Mitchell, Magnetic Island, f27 10s. 3d., amount of dishonoured cheque (£20) and interest due, with £1 4s. costs. Kroou and Sou v. J. Welch, Glenmore road, £1 16s. 9d., balance due for goods bold, with 7s. 6d. costs. Kroou aud Sons v. A. Heunegan, Rock liampton, £l 11s. 7d., balance due for goods sold, with 7s. Cd. costs. Wynd Bros., Clerraout, v. A. R. Belz Port' Curtis-road, £22 10s., balance due for goods sold, with 15s. 6d. coste. Thos. Kelly and Sons, v. M. E. Young, Biloela, £39 13s. 5d.r balance due for poods sold and interest due, with £1 14s. 6d. cost6. Devey, Ltd., v. E. W. Johnstone, War wick, £4 6s. 5d., balance due for goods told, with 7s. 6d....

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

COMMUNISM. LONDON, January 2. Coiiiirniation . of the sciui-oflicial tip that Russian '.Communist propaganda would, continue, as usual, despite the Soviet Government's undertaking that it thould - ceaee. on tho resumption ot diplomatic relations with .Britain, hue been speedily forthcoming in the n'ret issue of the new Communist uewspuper, 'The Daily Worker,' which publishes a message from tho Third Internationale; openly espousing the campaign against ' the MacDouald Government. ' The Times,' in an editorial, remind6 the Secretary of State for Foreign Af fairs (Mr. Henderson) of his undertak ings, namely, to insist, on the carrying out of the Soviet's pledges and invites him to act promptly in a manner which cannot be misunderstood in Moscow. LONDON, January 3. Apparently as compensation for the non-inclusion of an Australian message among the international greetings, in its first issue, the Coiniuuuist 'Daily Worker.' carries a banner line story or the Australian coal crisis and p...

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HEAVY VEHICLES ACT. ROCKHAMPTON, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

HEAVY VEHICLES ACT. ROCKHAMPTON, January 7. Tlie new regulations under the Heavy Vehicles Act Jil25-ly2{J, which came in' to force at the commencement of the year, will considerably affect owners or motor loriies and other heavy venicles plying for hire in competition with the railway. Whereas ..under the old regulations the lowest fee for pneumatic^ was 2s. 3d per power eight load and the highest 3s., the new scale for the same class of yehieje. ,\viJJ be lls. 3d. for the lowest fee and 15s. the highest, or an increase of 400 per cent. As aii example, the fee payable on a one ton International truck under the old scale. would be £S for the year, whilst under the new rate this has been increased to £39 19s. Certain roads have been gazetted as traffic routes. The routes in the Central Division ar? between l{oekhampton and Gladstone, Kuckliauiplon and Nipan, Rockhawptou aittl We'stwood, '? Rorkhaiujiton anil lliilgelands, Kuckhuhipton and Yaaniba', Hutkhairiptou and' 'Yeppoou,»'Rockha...

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UNCLE SAM'S " LETTER BAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

1 UNCLE SAM'S ' LETTER BAG. Elsie Irons. RirimKan. writes: — I re ceived the 10/- postal note, for which I thank you very much. T am enclosing receipt with this letter and )wpe it ar rives safely. . 1 p.m sending pieces of poetry with this letter .inri 1 am very sorry that, we will not set the 'On.' much longer. We had our picnic f»n Paturdny, nnd v.-e -U1 Rot ?oiiee money for rocin' art! we got out- tr'.»'s ?' th'u dunce. My prise-b^ol: U v«rv {.???ol. 'Golden Fiddles' f« tr-e ri^me. by i,l»vy Grrnl Bryi-e. ,'lThr.i1 receipt nrriv»fl srfoly. llunli you, Elsii. 'GoWan riddles' certiinlr doc* sound nice, tn'tc'ally when i»Uy»cl by SInry Gr..nt Rru-;e). Marlon Kingston, Aramac, writ-set — I. was. very glad to. see my last letter in the paper. We bad a quiet Christmas in Aramac t this year except for the crackers ' and bombs. I am going! to Sydney on Monday (30th. December^ and I will be glad to get . away from Ariiimac With best .wishes to the Corner. ? (I had a' quiet Christmas, too,...

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