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

! EMU PARK On the Sea.' 5 ? . ^ ? ? ? R Z1LZIE BUTCHERY. BY C0N- DWYER- c ' 'IMiotit 3. Niit in c na- in I'.ur grandest uioo'l witli its tiny islands, like emeralds -^fef ^M^^HR^^ R ii-hfii ihe »a\c uf Kmu Tail;, witjj Jts dotted over the surface of a bay ol ^MP5% \ 'JM A-y Jf^^affiffiS p; PRiMt MEATS, incum|jaialjlc Li^ulIics and liny ntlylf. silver sand and clear blue wulcr ; tCBjjJ^ H^L^^. ^'^^B^i^^^ \ PnillTRV lllis ueuulifl!i haven af rcst is doit! maJestic SCft birds Playing alonS lllr g^f^^ T* ttM% f*iM n fUULlKT, to noekliainpton, connected by a good Bliores, gay costumes, and happy ciiiki- ^i^^ l3v.Vl^ *i B SMALL GOODS roatl li'd «'wllent train service. As a run on the sauds. This is natures ^f jj$| -^ Jjlirnl fl ' seaside resurt no [Ware in1 Australia 'has r.onic for your holiday. The ijcautiea, ^St^3L H/il W 1 3 And jts ei)Ua|. -li,,. hainlet is built on a of nature are cssentinl to our health ^^^^^^npS^^S^SStV^ S CRYSTAL ICE. '^y cl(:^Lcl1 v™™'*'*' Ol'-' 8idc aud **w™°»*...

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PESTS DESTRUCTION BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

PE.^TS DESTRUCTION BOARD. The Home Secretary's oflice udvise-i that it had been decid'ed to abolish th-1' Fit/vov I'i'ste Destnii.'tion Hoard, bu^ roulri net l;ike nction until all- outstand- ing pre.cci'ts 'lad been paid. The Minis tor rlesiiPf] to know whether the Living Ftonn Sili it-.- had met ail precepts to the J}nard.— The Council ilecided to pay th'1 outstanding piceept of £15,

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

[?] PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE CROYDON (Property of' the Presbyterian Church of New Sooth Wales) [The College aims at providing a high-class education for Boarding and Day Scholars from the age of Six to the Leaving Certificate, with Religious Instruction of a'non isectarian character in harmony with the standards of the Presbyterian Church of Australia. fine Management of the College is vested in a Council of 12 appointed by the Genera] Assembly. HThe College is pleasantly situated near Croydon Railway Station, only 6 miles from Sydney. The main grounds Comprise 7 acres, laid out in gardens and spacious lawns, Jwith a wealth of shady trees for hot days of Summer. Resident and Visiting Masters and Mistresses possessing the highest; qualifications constitute an efficient Staff, fend the Domestic arrangements generally sustain the high reputation of the College. Specjaj attention is given to Physical Culture, and this forms a part of the ordinary curriculum. Hie College liolds an en...

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

msrs price |fefr,''''dJ i ??'.? SMASHING SALE f*&fa || S| I Never has there been a more enthusiastic response ac- J^C~U^I V* '-'''^-'''^-w3fl^;-;| I mjQ'*-\ \ , corded this Great Thrifty Opportunity, to which every ^J|\tt& ^TCD?^^^ '- i§^'»L] 1 Department throughout the Store contributes its quota of ^^^r^^^F^jrii §m ^? pJL^ * i extaraordinary savings for you. Take advantage of these y^pSJ^F 'r7J*JJfyn ^S^Tf^P^ J^h^. wonderful values offering. vm**J: mX,*U* \^JJp jE[* , .. ; . ? ? *m* SENSATIONAL BARGAINS IN MEN'S WEAR. SPLENDID BARGAINS GREAT BARGAINS IN SIL^S KCl. MEN'S TOURIST SHIRTS, splendid wearing quality, in neat ' IN lfl/fi Printpil Twill FIa *. woven stripe designs, well made, all sizes. Worth 6/11. 1U/ 0 rrUliea IWUlUe kv. ; sale price 3/n. CHILDREN'S WEAR. Satin, 4/11 yard. n KC2. MEN'S GOLF SHIRTS,., with collar to match, extra quality, KCl 7 - CHILDRES'S LINEKL ^^^^'^^^JgS' fi}\ British manufacture, newest designs and colourings, guaranteed fadeless. FR...

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CURRENCY AND CREDIT THEORIES. SYSTEMS EXAMINED. ALCHEMISTS, ANCIENT AND MODERN. ARTICLE 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

CURRENCY AND CREDIT TO SYSTEMS EXAMINED. ALCHEMISTS, ANCIENT AND MODERN. (By 'Pertinax.')\ ARTICLE !. The advent of a Labour Government to power in the Fede ral Parliament, together with the early steps taken by that Go vernment to ensure that the Commonwealth Bank shall con form more closely to: the principles of Labour finance, have given rise to much speculation as to what exactly are the underlying factors which govern the contending systems of national credit and currency. The 'Morning Bulletin' admits having regarded many or them as abstract ideals, impossible of practical application. At the same time, we are anxious to explore the various avenues, as well as to place before our readers an analysis of the less conventional systems of finance, and of all that is claimed for them. We, therefore, have arranged for 'Pertinax' to supply us with a critical examination of the leading theories in relation to currency and credit, and the following is the first of a series of articles ...

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YEPPOON DISTRICT. ROCKHAMPTON, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

YEPPOON DISTRICT. ROCKHAMPTON, January 8. There was a time when. Yeppoon was well fiff for reserves for camp ers, but of late this resort has grown out of the 'camping' stage, and: bolicLajinakers who prefer the 'onen lifet5* in spending a holiday . are. being considerably inconvenienc ed: A numerously signed petition was received at the Livingstone Shire: Gcpncil meeting yesterday rcqnestnug that the Council proviae . facilities j for camping.- ? The coun ' cillors fi&r the division have been instrucWi to see what can be done to meet the wishes of campers. The Ye.ppoon Anzac Parade Memorial Committe e asked that the permit in con nection wbth the King Carnival be ex tended iraUl the 31st inst., the secre tary (Mr. C. Dwyer) adding that the necessary permit from the Attorney General in. this connection had been ex tended until that date. The same com mittee a iked for permission to run a carnival (luring next December and Janu aery in the interests of the Anzac Pa rade Memor...

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

, CRICKET. Queensland: -4id not last long in its second innings; the. side being out for 84. Everett Oook six wickets for 23. New Soutk- Wales won by 685 runs.

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

^^^^^k ^0^m'Jm¥ ^' .When in Town ^^^mmmmmm^^^^m^^^ ,^0^k MP A? mm ^P%0WK0iD ~ J J^mmiL. ' * ? of Assorted mWJ^mmWmmw^^m^^^mmmm^^^l^mmmm^^mmmY .mrnrn^ mmmV^mmmm^^f^Jf' Headquarters Confectionery, ^^^^^^r^^r ^Br^mW^m^ , ^mW^mwW, '^^'^^^ ^^i^mW *W ^i^^m^^^^^^^^^^BBBB^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Refreshments* ^_aia_iii-as__a_^_ail^B^,aaaiII-_aa.^Bn_^Iianail__II^___^iailllllB__aBllia^aBaaaaa^^Iliaiai^^^^^_aaaaa-^_.-aaa^^ GAB. TROUSERS. HAI F-YFARI Y TOURIST SHIRTS. n/»*-«* * d/\|\JL* 1 . FANCY STRIPED TOURIST Splendid quality, fawn and dark . SHIRTS, furnished with collar to prey GABERDINE TROUSERS. A ^^ ^^ ^,^ ' ta— — ' ^ A W »^ ' match- Sizes 14 to 17. Exceptional lull range of sizes. M.GLLAK f\ f C! M* /l I I lVF T^ C A ¥ F ly good value even at the REGU E pa LJ 1 o v* LJ U IV 1 jA Li Ei LAR PRICE 5/n less /0 Per C*?nf .? Less 10 Per Cent: | ? 6/3 I ? IS NOW ON. ? I 5/4 1 RELIABLE BRITISH ~-^^^^T~^\ I BETTER QUALITY BEC # TOWELS ^fWf^Kft^Jfm QUILTS. 1A D17P PC NT /(l\ /i-Ax ° A/ I SINGLE BED...

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BACK TO MOSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

liAl K TU .MO!?li.S. Our ' AiiadiK- ' pi'iined smiiio iIimiics Of many type* o\ noses \ hich sli-! had seen, fioui liicse our times T.i-iit hack to — Holy .Mose* '. '. liiciedilde to Hi' it seems Her age sliu t Inis ilisclosei. I think they itin-1 have ben witi J dreams. TIiom1 \ery ancient noses. Thongli .-lie may he an old. old tl,imt, Whu-i- riieoks have lost iJitll rO6Ci ; It surely is too much to claim — That she remembers Mo?cs ! WILL Kli.-.DL'.

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METEOROLOGICAL RESEARCH. Present Bureau Opposed TO NEW RESEARCH BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

METEOROLOGICAL RESEARCH. Present Bureau Opposed TO NEW RESEARCH BUREAU. On the. occasion of the visit of the then Minister for Trade and Customs (Mr. H..S. Gullett) in July last, the opportunity waB taken to impress upon him the urgency of inaugurat ing a Bureau of Meteorological Re search, in order to minimise tho risks to new settlers in areas where littln is now known of their agricultural me teorology. Mr. Gullett promised to place the mutter before the Minister for Home Affairs, in whose department such a bureau would naturally come. The defeat of the Bruce-Page Gov ernment held up tho mutter for souip time, but the following has now been received from Mr. F. M. Fordd, Act ing Minister for Trade and Customs:— 'With further reference to your re presentations in regard to establishing a new .Department of Meteorological Research, I forward for your informa tion the attached reply, which I have received from the Hon. Arthur Blakely M.P., Minister for Home Affairs;, in re fej-onse ...

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THE POETS' CORNER BILL BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

| THE POETS' CORNER! BILL BKOWX. DVuii kimw Bill Brown, wlio dro\« lh* Kroii) Iirir In tlio coastal towns ! 'J'h'hs well ni^li thirty yuars ayo When t ho road leil ovur the duwufc. A l)i.^ man lie. ami llnui^li rou^'li v! His' heart \va- a- lar^o ;:» his l'raiuu ; As 1 1 in- as. c-lucl iind -lil| just, as clean I As wli-n into tho woikl lie came. I I unylit to Iviiow;. '??iMi-r I worked wilii 1 1 i hi. Vrars lairr in iiiin'iccii-twn, In the slu-ariii' ^heds of the cattle ruut Out «-'-l of tin: old liaivuu. J cliiiiiccil '' n''('' I'111 t lie other day. He's old, hut he's si ill as tou^li As the (Jiiy he cleaned up tlie burly Sw-;di', WluMi ho liii|i|icii-'d in ^ct (-jo rougli. And ihn-p who saw it still tell of lai. lijiht. Thuii^li many 1 « ? 1 1 jj; year* liave ^jiuii Since lire tii^lil h« knocked tlie ?jihu'. .?old.' At I he piih out side Mur-rhcad. Kc'.- our of I in' i/id olio, they're 1h- I |iifss,n» on. O'er I iic la^t I rail that leads lo the. west. And \i In-ii In* ?iill con...

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BOYS PAGE THE SCIENTIFIC CRACKSMAN—II. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

BoYsBvGE THE -SCIENTIFIC CRACKSMAN— II. BY ARTHUR B. REEVE. The story so far: John Graham Fletcher, aged philanthropist and steel magnate, is found lying lifeless on the floor between the bed room and the adjoining library. The safe in the library had been opened and his will had been stolen. He had died of apoplexy. He was survived by a nephew, John G. Fletcher, Jr., professor of bacteriology at the university, and a grand niece, Helen Bond . In the stolen will he was supposed to have left the bulk of his fortune to the university to found a school of preventive medicine, with his nephew as dean. Kennedy went to Fletcher-wood, the man's Long Island estate, to investi gate. There were no fingerprints on the box from which the will had been removed. Evidently the thief had used a sort of liquid rubber on his hands, a French trick. Kennedy found at the local power house that the. night before, just before mid night, there had been a heavy extra current recorded. TT was nearly half -pa...

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THE BOSCOMBE VALLEY MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

THE BOSCOMBE VALLEY MYSTERY. By BIB ABTHUB OONAN DOYLE. Copyright, 192L by Harper and Bros. Published by special arrange ment with The McClure Newspaper Syndicate. The story thuB far: Holmes and Watson started by train to Investigate the BoBcombe Valley mystery. Holmes told Wat son that Mr. Charles McCarthy wee a tenant of Mr. John Turner, the largest landlord proprietor of the re gion. The men were social equals, both ex-Australians. McCarthy had au wgmeen-year-old son. Turner a daughter of the same age. McCarthy had two servants, a man and a girl, and Turner had a large establishment. A day or so before McCarthy and his ?ervlng man were out together in the morning and McCarthy said he must hurry as he had an engagement -at three. In the afternoon he started out. A little later his son returned from a three-day viBit to Bristol, took bis gun and also Btarted out. Wil liam Crowder, Turner's gamekeeper, saw McCarthy going toward a pond, Boficombe pool, and his Bon apparently followin...

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

THE CAPRICORNIAN. (By J. T. S. Bird.) As one ot' those who assisted ii: bring ing 'The Cjipncorjiiau' i::5o existence iu January, 1S75, 'may i L* jv^rinlited to suy a lew vrordt at its ul«*.j.-«i«:*iiJiii»-v, If risa Phoenix-lihe under the litv.' Utl1 of 'The Central Queensland Herald,*' filling, it may be hoped, even a grantor and wider spuce iu the hearts and homes of Centra! Queensland's ' than under its original nume. 'The Capricornian*' Las' liad a lunj; spell of usefulness, and si- Jieeessaiy liatl it become in many homes that some will perhaps regret that the familiar uamo 'Cap.' lias to be changed to ''Herald.' 'The Capricorniaa' has been iu existence ittty-ftv* years, growing from quite a tyall affair at tJie beginning till it be came a family paper ot great value and importance. 'J'lie improvenreiits in the 'Cap' of recent years havft been very extensive in quality and appearance, bo that at the cud it stood comparison with the leading weeklies throughout the Commonwealth....

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

TRANSPORT. Evidence of .need for eo-orduiatins; all fiirius of transport, for making greater use of mechanical power to reduce the cost of hauJliig goods, and for S.lat0 assistance in reopening some of the smaller ports around Britain was givou by Sir Norm j n II ill, depuly-eliairnmii of the Shipowners' Parliamentary Com mittee, before the Royal Commission on Transport at il'.; ljouse of Lords on Thursday, says Mie London 'Times' of November 21m, h-st. Sir Arthur Grif litb-Boscawen presided. Sir Norman Hill submitted a' memor- andum on behalf of the committee, which first of all emphasised the im portuueu uf securing a greater export trade a0 a means of improving tlie nat-' ion's volume of employment. World tonuugc of shipping had in creased from 47,000,000 tons' before the war to 07.000,000 tons at llie pre sent time; on the other hand, while the world's oversea irade had increased but little, if lit all, since before ih(* War; that of Britain had decreased. The re sult was (hat f...

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ANOTHER DIVISION. ROCKHAMPTON, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ANOTHER DIVBI0N. , ROCKHAMPT0N, January . & ? The continued growth of tflf . Yeppoon district- and the constant attention ' it requires ' from ?? the Council's gangs has made it appar ent that the time is not far --off - when this district will need to be. constituted a' separate division. Livingstone Shire councillors were apparently seized of this wheu'; they agreed by an overwhelming majority to a proposition by Cr. \V. Todd, at yesterday's meeting, 'That it be a recommendation to the Home Secretary that the Lhr-. ingstone ShireHe divided into four \ divisions, an extra division to °be' created in tho present No. i divi sion, and that two members repre sent the new divisions.' The mover stated that at present Jfo. 2 division contributed 4» per cent of the rates. This division was too large, and, in addition, it had a lar^e popu lation and a network of roads Com plaints were fairly numerous and the members ha 1 to make a lot ot inspec tions. His idea of dividing No 2 was a...

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GUARD RAILS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

GUARD RAILS WANTED. The Caves and Ktna Creek 'L.P.A. ask ed that representation be made to the \Iuin Roads Commission to have guard rails erected on the dangerous embank ment near Schnur's quarry on TBe Caves-Rossnioya-road, and also the em bankment on Jtr. P. Olsen's property on tlie same road., two serious inutor car accidents having been narrowly averted in the locality recxntly. The same Association agked that prickly pear be cleared from Messrs. Steiner's j and McDonald's roads. — The first re quest was referred to the Commission, and that having a reference to prickly pear was held over for a month. It ivns also decided to draw the Land Department's attention to the growth of pear on the old Etna Creek school reserve. Work at Emu Park. It was decided later in the meeting that Mr. Morrib be given relief in the matter of access to liis property; that burr be cleared in the Botanic Gai - dens; and that owners of land in Patli son -street be approached to share the cost of a footp...

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CHAPTER 16. AND WINS AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

CHAPTER 16. AND WINS AGAIN. Molly looked up apprehensively as the doctor asked the question. There was something different in his tone which told her that this was to be no ordinary conversation. 'Surely, Dr. Warringford, you aren't sufficiently Interested in me to want to know things which only concern myself?' 'I've told you before that I'm deep ly interested in you.' replied War ringford. 'I'm only asking you with the best of intentions.' 'I'm glad to know that,' said Molly politely. 'All the same, I would prefer not to discuss the matter. Please let us talk about something else.' 'Miss Stanway,' he said,, 'I have a special reason for asking the ques tion. I thought you might have answered it in the proper spirit, con sidering all I've done for you, but, since you choose to be almost rude, well ? ' Here Warringford made a gesture with his hands, the significance of which seemed to be that she must take the consequences of her attitude. 'I am not being rude/' said Molly. 'Surely I...

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

LUCAS' BIG PURCHASE! TENNIS-SPORTING- SEASIDE SHOES ! A recent Purchase for Cash enables us to Sell at these Attractive Prices. 'Duskie* wWbA SANDSHOES, rubber soles, SHOES, white rubber soles. ^ &£Z:0&*\ ^^fimgBll -TRILBY' TENNIS BAR, 'OLYMPIC' MEN'S ^Bk^ \ siZeB * l° 6* 2/C: ? t0 12 2/11' ipS ^CTBajBjffl| green facings, rubber soles, WHITE TENNIS SHOES, ^HH^^_^ ] * ' ?* ' Parcels Sent To Any Address 6d. Extra. J. A. Lucas & Sons \ BOX 290. 'THE LEADING SHOEMEN/' ROCKHAMPTON. FIRST FAVOURITES^ MCLAUGHLIN'S ALE and STOUT. RESCH'S LAQER. . DE WAR'S WHISK*.

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Childrens' Corner [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

[?] ,| ?' ^ ?'?''iililiifilr \\ t(; \i,ai ilu juu i Inn. tf Hit- -. Ci-iiic:- now .' Ik i. .'i,i ju-a In us uvr ovci LluisciiK.s rk'elv, «.J ' jiui i L...ij, J...' } uiii'S -c:-.y came -u :-:| u-:. :n ?! - ! ; i -. - ? : ?;. ;ji.i cveryui.e here «.u l-I:iI i.i m.c liie v:iin. ;n .i 1 am sure nil w.v liilii' iNivrs :ii;i! rtplieu- i;. '.'»-?? t'oimti'v rcjoiuM &..^i-i i'iii.ii-1 -. Vs«. v.i..U ('-. .ui; think of tlie r\h' iiiv, '|i-;i. !!:??- uii Cuf Ciirner? Ovi1 a' p.t (. ). |Mi:i-ui:.r .in.: vvi'ih if, anti ( think .mi-- i5 me ruc-tt hc:un.j in the- v.'.iole i«|-?r. I -.'..ill Ijj -ii.ei'i-ad !?? hea;1 v.iiu'. you ihin.; .? i In? ih« I'.imoi, .'?! -.he !!'-?«? Corner, a.r- Mi'1 r. ?? i w i-. iKv. I am vcv buy i.ow. f' .'ID.. I H.'il- '?..! * l.il'S Ml IT. B.. C ll .. '!'? liuia i !? .i , :. J . ;.n-.'..f 1 -i ' |i;-e.v.-n-. i ??.-::.!. s.\m.

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