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

EGYPT. LONDON, Dec-ember 61. The 'Daily Herald.' the English La bour newspaper, published a leading ai tielc on the formation of the Wa,l-i Ministry in Kjjypl by N alias Pasha as a result of the Wiifd \iciury in the recent elections. It is expected that Nahu-j will intl inatc in his I'arliaitinit his lnleutiou to negotiate a treaty with Britain ou the basis of Mr. I lender. ,un\ proposals. While rei'i'jMiiiiiig tluit Nahiis will lie within his rights in seeking iur a niudi iication of detail-. L.ihnii.: uigi-a him to remember that the c-s-ntial- of the- pro posals represent the e\lrcin« limit to which the British Ci--w-i l:iiciii can go. The articles urges b;:ypt in cu-uperaU and addij that were i hey to ask lor not merely iniimr mudiru-iitio i, but amend ments touching on the -uli.-.tunce of tile proposal1-, their pre^-urc for a change in olio direction won hi be met by insis tent prjs-siire for ;i cluing; in another direction. By acccptiug the British proposals as unalterable they...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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YOUNG MAN SHOT. SYDNEY, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

YOUNG MAN SHOT. SYDNEY, January 1. A renewal of gang warfare is believed to have been responsible for the shoot- ing of a young man at Darlinghurst this morning. The man had a bullet wound over the eye, but would say nothing about the shooting. It is stated that the man staggered from a house, aided by a woman, believed to be his mother and was taken to hos- pital, but as there were no signs of injury to the brain he was allowed to leave.

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[?] OF A MOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

»in l.Mutt Ol A Hi.il at. ''ii.icn in ltonjld Cci-n. Vamuni. ^i.i- .mi '.ho mi,.- noi,. iii-Mug a nest uiiiJ.i' ? ly;. I liu ucfel \\\is made of Brash »inl | » i *_? c.- =. «?' I'iil' '? A t.-'v ilaia iifior, I kiw mur li.iby 'me in it. Tlic-i- v»cn' tiny litilc pink thin;i. '-? ii h ii... Iiii.i mi thrm. Their cj c- were -l.f.'.i. «iid llif.i vtrinr-.| hardly ;:Ii\ c. The l'rvt. linn- I ?. i - j 1 -j . 1 thfin. llicy Iir.I mnvii I ^'it do«n-- -?-*-? 1 imcji I nnc of them u|i i-ut hr hii mi' »iUi his tharri noinidl lectn. 1 «a- »o inn. h Mii-pri.-r.;, that I dropped him Ijiilh. Mr was ufraTd of nic. and looKed ai irt null n-rjrl.i.-p.l IiIhcU rye'. When be pirn uliiiM Ik Infi his parcntE mid made m hole iu unr 'ijir-y. He tlioujrlil he wnuld li^i'1 ;i ?.- ? J lit'.' luiinc our cream. \t 'irfl ho .iid « ol I . ami 2tc« fat and fclrol.. Me nuiilir M)nii' lioldn in ilif cltecsr cKilli « Itit-h cottrcJ the iTcain Tiii-oinii Ihosi; lie would suck up 1lir H-ram. «'? « imc affairt that he-...

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

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. We have rcceiicd from the Council of .Scientific and Industrial I'e-earcli a pamphlet, dealing with the work «f the division of animal nutrition 101 the year 1928-21). Investigations arc he. ing carried out at the laluu alone-, ui the division and at the Wiiite Insti tute, which is centred ai Adelaide, South Australia. The individual in vestigations al ihi- laliorutoi ie- ot' the division include the analysis --l gia-* and other fodder crops, 1 he investiga tion cf protein concern rates Miit.tble 101 the promotion --! the growl h ni wool. estimation of wool yield, e-t iin.it ion 01 phosphoric acid in tissue, iinalvH* nt bones, and iodine in thyroid ^htnils. | The woi-fc at the Waite Institute in- , eludes the maximal growth of Meiino sheep, the growth of wool on n diet deficiency in eystine. ami on the -:?. me diet supplemented by wool liydrol.viiatc. j and the production and prevention ot j 'break'' in wool. There i« (i!--i men tion of the work al the field s...

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GOLDEN CASKET. BRISBANE, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

GOLDEN CASKET BRISBANE, Januarv 0. Golden Casket No. 256 was drawn to day. The first prize went to ticket So. 59153, held by G. Johnson, Wooloowin, Brisbane; the second to ticket No. 15667. held by \V. L. Harm, Singleton. New South Wales; and the third to tic ket No. 43759, 'Come Over Here ' Syn dicate, care of Harry Williams, Koga rah. Sydney. The holders of the fol lowing tickets won £100 prizes:— 808(53, 25803, 84750, &li\-S, 1236. 37'-'t-4. .'i83.w, 47003, 8771. 72-234, 41420. 8B.101, S6I65, 271. 7G6C2, 6103, 3C72, 'J8151, 99834, 97485.

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CORNERITES' COMPE[?]IONS. THE PEOPLE OF LONG AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

CORNERITES' COMl'Li : : IONS. thi: iij.'iM.i-; o;-' i.ovg acj c v» 1-iLli.M !.?- Jcyn Wub'jrj. Lim-\ i ,n ll'_ \ alley vlieve Oinis An. I til'- nlovx-i-i ai« UKnily i a1 king A l''l' buy :??- Ihuliihk over his And hi.' small t'nee pusses-Jcd :i most puzzled look. H... wm.= I'liii'.iiii;:- of giants in their I'asiks so t:'ll. Ot il'c Viking ;:nd plunderers who Ihcd Ion;,' ?.?n--: Of tlic tutu who uiscovered new land I'm1 iiway. Like Yasco -ie (Ji'iiia snd CoUiinljus. you know. 'I \\i.?li I fjiilu !.?- Mix. iliu:-.- niuii.'' li. .s;iid. \u-[ bu koi ;lii= i'.1 .-.i ligl't i)i'.,o his ln.au. He a.fk'd. au.J lio as!;.-'!. Lml lii.? inuilier bi.il'1 '\o! Von ,-i.M1' 'v .- n ?\\:iIop.i »f Ion-,'. '1-1(1^ f^O.' - '-'». ...; !wi .?:. i.i.

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

ANTHRAX. BRISBANE. January j. The outbreak of anthrax in the bi;ijrtu ton distrvct. New South Wales, is being closely watched by the Queensland au thorities. Tt was pointed out at the Di-partmci't of Agriculture yesterday that, while precautionary measures against the in troduction of the disease were always taken in that State, it wsm not ar'--;- r-ited that there would be ar.y exten sion of the outbreak into Queensland.

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IN WINTON SHIRE. SCANTY RAINFALL. WINTON January [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

IN WINTON SHIRE. SCANTY RAINFALL. WINTON -lanuan «'. It is \ery disheartening to admit that the prosp-Dcts for this year arc not nearly so bright as last year und. more over, we have just emerged from tin* lifth vcar in succession of tcantv rain falls.' Last year's- total v\a- nearly 12 iii. Falling on parched and scalded countiy. where tira grass roots over a wide aie.i were dead, or practically so. with tin seed lying dormant in deep crevice.-. gave k very poor response. Another lac i tor was that the falls wer-j not di-- j (riliuted evenly enough to obtain tin j best results, as only 127 points, tell i the last eight months. May. July, August. September and Octuuei wen1 dry months. I The tail-snd ot December v,e:,t .mi leaving a biazed trail be'-in I us liv result of terrific beat. Fruin the 21ft to the 28th tiie maximum nlikiul - ,«r momcter readings were iievoi t ..'lu1* 107 degs., the highest bem? ll.'- in t'l.1 2.'-i»J. The heat has moderated ?-. mow hat since. Many private t...

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

Experienced Cattlemen Always Ask For I Men who have bad expert- |j- ence in dipping valuable j|| stock, also huge mobs, where 9\ economy it an important -* factor, acknowledge KILTIC I as the most effective pre- a paration. I KILTIG Is supplied in bar I form, or liquid— g Ban, In case lots £7/H/3 *« Bar ? 3/0 liquid form, per 5 gaL drum' . .. .. ?? 42/6 ' Surgical I Supplies I 1 Ltd,.;: IK 2« Qocen-st, BRISBANE. | TWO THOROUGHBREDS! BUILT FOR STOCK USE ^_. /A& EVERYDAY WORK. »^V?$^iP^ The 'TRlVMPH' The 'CROXLEY' W)*Jw\ SADDLE and SADDLE lf\^ ^ji I \T^N ON THE LAND can tell a thoroughbred «heu tLcy ft J I see one— especially a Saddle. \\ V\ / All those features that are essential in tho ideal Saddle are I \vL 1/ incorporated in the two here illustrated. ' ^^^w^^ fJJI By actual experience their longevity, staunch construction, ^\^^^Z^^/ ability '.o stand up to hard riding, and comfort to both rider ^IllI^^**'^ aiw* horse have been proved. You, too, should decide, now, to 11*11...

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

Bargains Hotter Than Ever/V o . 4 'T'HE completion of the Mammoth new Store and the ? addition of the new Paints, Tools and Garden Imple ment Departments provides thrifty shoppers with a range of bargains bigger and better than ever. As a basis, everything throughout the Store (a f f\ ° / few proprietary lines excepted) reduced at least JLvr /q BUT MANY LINES ARE UATC DDTPR CLEARING AS LOW AS n/u^r JTIUJurE Have you a copy ? ^HB^k^^A ' A ^^r ^^«w / ^^m I -M d«««4* of the big Sale ^HH^ \ ** -0»H) Ml M I *3Utt write to Desk No. l^P vC ^ \ ' ? ' indicated in J \ |-- to your Measure coupon— no obit- / fr $'^fc. / M \ \ »? pHOOSE from High-grade Worsted / jB %V» iBi\ Suitings in new Greys, Fawns, / JrmM' 3-\ HaV ne^ Blues, Browns and Navys, etc. / JK wit ll^UlrV There is also a selection of superb te / - -*jj9 H r iHf^S quality pure indigo dye- Serges. I ^* ? k #-^Ji Faultlessly Tailored to Your Measure 1 I CD pi Usually £7/7/- fKliAlQ J I I— I I T RED SPOT PRICE *^/li-/:; uL-JJ H i Send...

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

THE LbbLABV. (Wj-iiten b.v Kiaie Ji-ons). Mc:hcr croons a lullaby to Jior l-ialiy so liear. Hush-a-bye, rocU-a-bye. darline. mother is near. Proity little beby sleep unc do not ? ?ry. V'-!f .\uiii- oatiein niolhif s.;Ji;;a ;i Hil l.nl'.V. j J.'.'.'i: diinuled cheeks on a pillow so v.hife, Pretty curls ih.il tl'ine lilic golden liffht; -'irm': Sli-Ci) li L Lit; lj:iby and do not iwy. Whlli*. 'Our inotlici (.ruuns s«tc; lullaby. Hush! Hush! huby soltly. .-Iceii. Anil .'rom -Ihe room mother will ci'oeo. Hush -a -bye. rock-a-bye. there's no 'liiiig- to Cea'-, Sleep. »reUy baliy, your mother \n nepr. (No of poiiiLs. ').

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"MOTHER P.M." [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

'MOTHER PAI. .? (Writ! en by Norim Moi-.-nt Do come to (he sar.su' i\ mo.lirr. 'i'or our bolidry.s r-.- V.rre: I'J1 do all the eiv;iiiiis. If you will only co!--.. deaf. Yoti nnd ! will he .uo happy, 'rt'ulkinjr ilon?: tbo bep.cb. 'Cause you r.lwoys c'!l mp vv»i:r little And s.iy I'm r. little Death. Mother Ucui'. make up your mind To liavo -j. holiday with me, Toil r.vp. :i.l*^ys bo (fentlc and kind. And full of sympathy. Tin the only actibtc on the beech, jem sny. ^_ $o Why not take m» there? I Uiiov. ut'l l:.ive a perfect day. TliL-i-i; a happiness there, I'm sure. f--o. of ooinrs, !?).

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LORD STONEHAVEN. CANBERRA, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

LORD STONEHAVEN. CANBERRA, January I. Lead by Mr. Eldridge, a large sec tion of the Federal Labour Caucus is endeavouring to persuade tbe Federal Ministry to extend Lord Stoiiehavuu's term for another year. The object behind the move is to per mit action to be taken to have an Aus tralian appointed as the next Gover nor-General. Mr. Eldridge canvassed almost every member of Federal Caucus on the mat ter and says he has almost unanimous support. The Ministry, however, has not shown the same enthusiasm. Recently when an effort was made to have the subject decided by Cabiuqt, it was ruled out of order. Mr. Sculliu informed Mr. Eldridge that the coal dispute wa6 engaging too much of the Ministry's time at pre sent to allow the question to be con sidered.. Mr. Eldridge intends to press for a discussion on the subject at the next Caucus meeting. An influential section of Caucus fa vours the appointment of Sir Adrian Knox, Chief Justice of the High Court. In any case, Lord Stonehaven will ...

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TELEGRAMS QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

TELEGRAMS QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, January ti. The City Council wound up the year with a credit balance of £f-3,685 on tlie general fund. This is the first biirplus (since the inception of the Greater Bns bane scheme. The deficits of previous years aggregate over £200.000. BR.1NBANK. January 7. Guard Charles Bold, uf ttowen bilio, was killed instantly at Snnd«ntp Centr-ti railway station about 6..(-i tlii^ morn ing, when lie pImmjpiI iiiicltr » caiciMfiC during Rhuntitiw o|kt u'1,-9^. I'hc liudy whs badly niiitiiiiteil. U\i\.-U \Siw laiuii. rv 7. Paymeni- 01 ??usleiu'im-e to mifiii II loved in l)ec.MMiiri\ llie i-ixlll niuiilh »t tbtf' liimiM-ial vciir. n mounted t'i i.'7.'i-(-i iniliiliiii-ud «il!i »L;(i.li:i-( m li« (ii-i'V ion- 'ii'-i !? ? ? ? ' ' 1 .. iicr. PJ28. The sustenance payuients I'm- the 12 months of l'J20 were £4I4,JSI, compared wiih a total »f £42,1.20.'} for l'.l-^s.

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

MONETARY. I'lSltillANK. Januarv ^ j Oil tiie Stuck lixchaiige to-ilay the lol lowing; sales were made: — toininonwcalth bends. Jj per i^lU- l!;;:l, £'J9 .'is., £i»'J Ss. -jd.; oi per ccni, liCJ.-). £!IS; T-\ pur 'cut, \VM. £«S lofc. !i-l.; .'ii per cent. 1041, £'J8 5s.: 0 per cent. I'J3U. Uci'cniber interest, £100 ii. lid. Uueeusland bunds, Ii.1. per cent. HKM l!-:jli, £100 10s. M-Whirlers. Ltd, 2tis. Od. (.astleinuine-l'orkiiis, 1 8e. t(d. City i--\ Light, ord., old. i7--. »d. Brislwnc tins, old, £« 'is. lid. Zinc Corporation, ord., forward, 3'Js. (id. Quotations: — liawru, s Is. Oid. Australian IJojna Oil, No. J, b is, Ud.,' s 4s. !Jd. \'o. 2. b is,- !ld. Lander Oiltields. b is.; B shares, Ii 2*. (Juecnsland Konia Oil, b Is. Md., s ^e. Od. KojDti, Moi)ga. paid up, b 9d. Roma Oil Corporation, b 20s.. ? iSf.; forward, s 24s.; block 17. paid up, * 4k. BRISBANE, January 7. On the btock Exchange to day tlic fol lowing sales were Liade: — Commonwealth bonds, 5J per cent, £j,8 10s.; 5i p...

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

FarWrsTarlTament 'Till-; SOKIIU;': \d, ' Uvtf,' I've never heard of a fowl laying an egg, ri.-e mii'iiR the '-,% but then. 11 II kinds of strange phenomenon arc just nutur ully reported at this season of the year. A cobber was just telling me of a two headed carpet snake that had unnoyed him exceedingly by sitting on the end of his bed playing a mouth organ. Of course, it is just possible that the egg you mention was emptied of its con tents by some vermin that left small trace of its dirty work. Some para sitic creatures are terribly subtle. Any way, here's wishing you a Happy New Year. 'BUNYIP': Talking about fencing, how many people know that posts . should always be erected at right angles to the ground; for instance, if a line of posts are being erected straight up a ridge which slopes to the , south-east, well then every post should be leaning towards the south-east, and if a line of posts are being ereeteTI ' either up or down a north-westerly slope, well, then, every post sh...

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

SWEET PFNEAPPLES, 0/- Per Bushel Case, on rail at Coowonga. Cash with order.— \V. J. Savage, Coowonga. K.P. Line. JOHN PEACE. DENTAL SURGEON. THANGOOL. Visits BiloL-la 1st Sunday each tnontb Or by appointment. ST. LOUIS'S CONVENT BOARDING SCHOOL. KOR BOYS UNDER FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE. CONDUCTED n' THE SISTERS OF MERCY, KOONGAL. Thi- Kiiariliii!! School is altualcd iu a lieulllf.' 'd-i(if.ti 'in (Ite «lopc -l tU,: IV'-elU.M l:;,ii^e. f.vorliHlUlllg !»'? l'il/ (l,.- Un-,.,, 1 1 i- ,'i.n:ieeli.(l In ! l»m nil'1, Trjiin with KoeUliainptuli. ivum wiiirli il i-' only Ibrec miles distanU ? MS UN APPLICATION TO

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STATE FINANCES. BRISBANE, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

STATE FINANCES. KB1SBANE, January i!. The Treasury returns issued to-dsT show that the revenue for December was £1,280,510, compared with fl,515,9M for December of last year. Tim expenditure was £2,181,746, M aguinst £2,320,353. The revenue lor the six months vu £6.556,941, compared with £7,447,803. The total taxation produced £1,040,101, compared with £1,315,010. The expenditure for the eix uiotitk* was £8,001,002, compared with £8.522,814 for the same period last year. The interest on the public debt drop ped from £2,595,263 to £2,034,189. The excess of expenditure over rs venue for the six months was £1,444,060, compared with £1,074,421 for the ?*»? period last year.

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

\ BURNS AND TWIGG LIMITED, J I '\ RQCKHAMPTON. * I' Established 1875. i f ENGINEERS, IRONFOUNDERS, PLUMBERS. £ I ? And— j \ IRRIGATION EXPERTS. | J Patentees .ind manufacturers of the PATENT QUICK LOCKING! i'U'li JO1JST, as illustrated. Absolutely the (simplest and quickest locking *^ m joint on Jlie market. Guaranteed to stand 60 lb. pressure. jQ 1 ' ' ?Tig. X. ; . Fijr. «. - J I We manufacture TANKS, TROUGHING, nd ACETYLENE LIGHTING PLANTS « I and undertake PLUMBING WORK in all its Branches. § t Hi OF ££n* MCDONALDS Jmf*-Ugl- i ? ' -ill l^il SUPER-DIESEL \ % m . §R OIIENCIHM i 2 IH^ NEW DANDY /{lX I # BHH^ WINDMILLS. -;? ! 5 PliplM Agents for :-SUPER DIESEL ENGINES, j ^r Wr'MX in ci n i Join iwn ' Q ? ^PRft ' YATES'S SEEDS, and, SUNSHINE. J 8 JBHI ' IMPLEMENTS. ' » j Gall or Enquire from Us befo e ORDERING ELSEWHERE. - #^ /Satisfaction Guaranteed, and easy terms arranged, if necessary. « S . . I I Burns & Twigg, Limited. j S ROCKHAMPTON (Estd. 1875.) | I . ? .. i -? ? ;:; ...

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

LEAROYD CASE. LONDON, December 31. ..'' Despite repeated adjournments of, the inquest and the fact that the police sc have taken 453 statement* and inter- - viewed more than 1800 people, the autho- = rities failed to find a clue to the death :. of Margaret Learoyd, a young woman whose nude body wa« found in a field in August last. ' - The jury returned a verdict ox wilful murder against some person or persons unknown. „!,, There is evidence that the girl was ~ subjected to terrible - treatment ... after _ death, apparently by an unknown lover. The police are satisfied that robbery . Mas not the motive. ' ? -I

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