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

PRESENTS FOR MEN. ' Momy's Juue Koses Sets, containing Shaving Bowl, Talcum, and Bath Suap, SO/- a set. Yardley's Lavender Set, Soap, Talcum, Solid and Liquid BrilliaB tine, ajid Shaving Soap, 17/- each. Du Barry's iSilkaehave Shaving Soap, in walnut bowl, 10/- each- in glass, 5/6; in ebony, 13/6. ' Yardley's Shaving Bowl, 4/6 each. Moray's Tortoiseshell Shaving Bowl, C/- each. SKINNER AND MAHER, TOILET AND PRESCRIPTION CHEMfSTfi EAST-STREET, ROCKHAMPTON. THONE 1138. f11''1'' ? »»»»-»'»»?'» ? NIIMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIMIIII ? 111.1,1, ? I 5 ? : I IF YOUR STOMACH IS OUT OF ORDER it do* | 5 not digest your food perfectly. | 1 IF YOUR BOWELS ARE OUT OF ORDER, they I I do not expel the waste. r *= IF YOUR LIVER IS OUT OF ORDER, it does not I i aid either the Stomach or the Bowels to do their duty. i : AS A RESULT, your blood is tainted, poisoned by the | E foul products of Indigestion. This is what causes pains £ § in the Stomach, Chest and Back ; Headaches, Dizziness, : : Loss of Vitality, ...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DEAD AIRMEN. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

DEAD AIRMEN. LONDON, Januarv 1. ' The funeral of Squad ron-ieadci' Arthur Jones-Williams. who wit^i Flight-Lieut, .lonkins. lost his life who'i the R.A.F. Fitirey Napier momiplan crashed in Tunis when atempting ?' flight to Cap? Town, took plare thi afternoon. The DOUy ot T lie late airman was ??? tcrred in the family Imrinl ground *' Hassock in Pussex. The coffin, covered with thn Union ?Tack, was bornr with aircraftmen nn-'i a guard of honour was furnished by th 2lst Squadron at Kenlcy to which th- deceased officer was attached before bein? chosen for special service.

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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GENERAL SMUTS. LONDON, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

GENERAL SMUTS. LONDON, Jiinuiirv 4. General Smuts, the $outh African i statesman, made ;i reiiuukiiblc speccii , on the LSritieli Km pi re at a luncheon given by the t'amidian Club at Mon: real. He suid lie t«-lt it was nhar:ictcri:-li' of th-! British Kmpii-c to help small pc--- : plea, as no Km pin- --i' the pa-t had evci done. The Hmisli Kni|iire had delihei :i t «-fy set itself to ciicuiii'iii--; a variety «l types ami in-tit ul ions, to produce -* great interwoven pattern, in which there vvus si-opc fur small poisons. Then1 coul(| he no better or more boiii licial system. Lie held that tlii'v -liould lie tort-must in preserving it a* a guarantee for their liberty :ui-l privilege-, which i-wiM he secured by no other ngoncy. Oenoral i»niut» claimed that the Km pi re had sim-v.nI as a working model, in the express belief that the Kmpire vv-n the best aiigiiry for tin- kiiccc-» of the I. civile, whim was adiiov ing invalu able results. Continuing. Ccniial Smuts said t ha: the last ...

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ASPENDALE. MELBOURNE, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ASPENDALE. ?MELBOURNE. January 4. Races at Asfendale Park to-day re sulted as follow : — Hurdle— Ember 1, Echeion 2, Humpty Dumpty 3. Winner at 3's. Three- Year-Old Handicap— Hebrus 1, Amanthus and Bel Riccio, dead heat, 2. Winner at 10 to 9 on. Plate— Tsocrates 1, Gold Cup i, Gracewin 3. Winner at 5 to 4. Park Handicap— Sir Roy 1, Cosy Rug 2, Cimbrinn 3. Winner at 6 to 4. Purse— Seafiiglifc 1, Jocularity ?, Idi? Time 3..^ Winner nt 7 to 2. Trial Welter— Standard Gold 1, Hardy 2, Mitamit 3. Winner; nt 7 to i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RACING RESULTS. R.J.C. RACES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

RACING RESULTS. R.J.C. RACES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 2. The threatening state of the weather early yesterday morning militate.! against a good attendance ut Calla'ghan Park. Towards noon the weather cleared, and it was expected that full advantage would be taken of the pro mising conditions, as the club had deci ded to carry on, although tbe travk was on the heavy side. Just about race time the clerk in charge of the weathe hung out ominous signs that he would discharge his goods, and he did so, ae conditions were Bhowery for the rest of *Jiu day. In the circumstances it -was not sur prising to find that the racing was of a topsy turvy nature, and in the ma jo rity of cases it was livst out, first home Fields were on the jeduced side, and a,a far as betting was concerned it vine a, case of 'betting on the blind,' as put ters were in a quandary as to how horses would adapt themselves to the heavy going. Taking the day's pro gramme right through, punters and field ers would 'be about le...

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ART COLLECTION. BERLIN, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ART COLLECTION. BERLIN, January 1. The ex-Kaiser's eou-in-law, Duke Er nest of Brun6\vick, recently decided to sell his collection of works of German ' art for £500,000. It contains many fa-i mous specimens of mediaeval art and ec- 1 clesiastical works. j Indignation has been expressed in the German Press which fears that the trea sures will go to America. The Duke, thereupon, offered the col lection, with the palace and park, the latter being worth £80,000, to the liun over Council for £500,000, but the oiler has been rejected on the grounds of economy. The collection Hill now be sold.

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SOCIALISATION. MOSCOW, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

SOCIALISATION. MOSCOW, January 6. In furtherance of the campaign against well-to-do peasants, coupled with the failure of the preseut har vests, the Soviet has decreed that all' grain land must be worked on a collec tive Socialist basis by 1932. The socialisation will be completed in the Volga basin and in the Northern Caucasus by the end of 1030. An extra £23,0000,000 has been voted for the purpose of establishing collec tive farms.

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

JERICHO RACES. The Jericho Jockey Club held a suc cessful race meeting, which opened on Boxing Day. The first day was in aid of the Jericho Ambulance. It was one of ' the best day's races held iu Jericho, and the Ambulance must bene fit materially. An energetic band of ladies conducted the tea rooms and soft drink booth at the races and again at night at the dance. One book maker called the odds and did a fair business. The tote was fairly well patronised. There were some very closely contested events, but tin* Alpha horses were the most successful, win ning four out of six races. The aver age fields were about live. Generally Alpha people assist Jericho races or sports, and on this occasion they ex celled themselves. On Boxing Night a dance wits held in the Queen'« Hall, and there was an exceptional attendance, so much so that there was hardly -room to dance. - Dancing was. however, con tinued until the early hours and all ap|tcared to have a. very good time. This dance was also in...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

        When Buying   GALVANIZED IRON     Specify L Y S A G H T       CORRUGATED PLAIN   and accept no other. The quality of these brands has   never been sacrificed for any other     consideration.             The 15th edition of " The Referee," a handbook of useful information, may be   obtained post free on application. Every Sheet is GUARANTEED     by the MAKERS. WALTER REID & COY. LTD., Sole Agents.   ASSIST YOUR OWN STATE! BUY QUEENSLAND PRODUCTS.                       BEENLEIGH RUM The Best Spirit and the Cheapest   &...

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OUR BRADFORD LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

OUR BRADFORD LETTER. Our special correspondent at Bradford writes under date November 28:— Some very interesting cable informa- tion from Sydney has appeared in the   local Press this week relative to the exportation of stud sheep from Austra- lia. The cable is instructive as to the extent of this export trade, even if al- lowance is made for the rush induced. It is quite evident that valuable busi- ness will be lost if the embargo pro- posed by the Australian Federal Gov- ernment is put into force. The pur- chase of 15,000 sheep for South Africa and Russia must represent a big sum of money, for the writer takes it for granted that the sheep will be first class stock, including some of the best Aus- tralia can produce. The anticipated   embargo is no doubt the result of the agitation on which the writer has com- mented on previous occasions, but though quite able to see the point of view of those who are opposed to the expor- tation of stud sheep, the write...

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

ORDER FORM. THE MANAGER, Morning Bulletin Ltd.,   Quay-street, Rockhampton. Please forward 'The Central Queensland Herald'' each week to the undermentioned address for . . . . . . . . . .months, for which I enclose the sum of . . . . . . . . . . . NAME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADDRESS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SIGNATURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SUBSCRIPTION RATES ARE: 12 months, 20s.; 6 months, 10s.; 3 months, 5s.

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

MAKE THIS FAMILY COUGH REMEDY. COSTS 2/-, AND SAVES £'s. A two-shilling bottle of concentrated HEENZO, when added to sweetened water, makes a family supply EQUAL to eight ordinary-sized bottles (about   £1's worth) of the best ready made-up remedies money can buy, for banishing coughs, colds croup, bronchitis, influenza and whooping cough. HEENZO is equally good for young or old, and does NOT contain any poisons ; therefore it can be given to even the youngest baby without upsetting the digestion. HEENZO should be used in every home. State monopoly in the working of oil- fields is officially proposed in Argen- tina.   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------                             ON THE LIPS OF EVERY CONNOISSEUR WHO KNOWS...

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THE CENTRAL QUEENSLAND HERALD, ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1930. METEOROLOGICAL RESEARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

THE CENTRAL QUEENSLAND HERALD, ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1930. METEOROLOGICAL RESEARCH. Taking a line from past history, ad- vocates for the establishment of a re- search bureau of meteorology have every reason to be gratified at the uncompromis- ing opposition of the present Meteorolo- gical Department to the suggestion. The same department as strenuously opposed the interchange of barometer readings between Queensland ports during the hurricane season, but later became so enamoured of the innovation that it was inaugurated in Western Australia also. It emphatically condemned the Willis Island scheme, and when that scheme became an accomplished fact, despite the department's opposition, it was taken to the heart of the department as being a child of its own brain. Finally, it prefaced the materially increased num- ber of stations for which rainfall re- cords are published by assuring us that, if anything, such stations were some- what thickly placed. So unbroken a re- cord ...

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DEVELOPMENT OF THE CATTLE INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

DEVELOPMENT OF THE CATTLE INDUSTRY. It has been generally recognised throughout Australia that the cattle in- dustry must have a great deal of reor- ganisation before it can take its place as one of our leading export trades, and before it can in any way compete with the Argentine in recovering its hold up- on the markets of the world. There are handicaps from which the cattle owners and breeders suffer, and these will need to be tackled properly — which is precisely where the neglect has lain so far. For instance, the world wants baby beef, and is willing to pay for it. But with the breeds in the cattle belts of Queensland it has been more or less impossible to produce the type of animal required, and there- fore the owners have kept on producing and selling the older type of slow maturing beast. Most of the cattle in Queensland are either Shorthorns or Herefords, and while these English types have become acclimatised to the con- ditions here, yet the time has come   w...

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LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

LOCAL PRODUCE MA.KKET. The following are the retail pricek ruling for produce in RccMiawpton to dav (Wednesday): — Flour, per 150 Ib. bag, 29/6. Flour, per (00 Ib. bag, 20/6. Hour, per 50 Ib. bag. 10/6. Hour, pe. 25 lb. be« 5/G. Sugar per 70 Ib. bag, . 26/fi Kerosene, per tin 7/3, Benzine, per tin, 9/7. Potatoes, por cwt., 23-G. Pumpkins, per Ib.. 2d. Sweet Potatoes, per cwt., 16/0. Onions, per lb., 2d. Wheat, per bushel. 7/11. ?Warn;, whole, bus., 7/0. Maize, crushed, bus., 7/10. Bran, per bush.. 2/7. Pollard, per bush, 2/11.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

TWO THOROUGHBREDS! BUILT FOR STOCK USE ^r^V^k & EVERYDAY WORK. Mw^^SSfr The 'TRIUMPH' The'CROXLEY,' li($i^\in\ SADDLE and SADDLE Ifff^ lj M1^ 0N THE LAND can tel1 a thoroughbred when they )f 1 1 / see one — especially a Saddle. \\\\ / All those features that are essential in the ideal Saddle are \\\J I incorporated in the two here illustrated. ^^vSc-^ ' I/// ' ^ actual experience their longevity, staunch construction, X^^^^/^^iy ability to. stand up to hard riding, and comfort to both rider ^s***ft— -***^ and horse hare been proved. You,' too, should decide, now, to ll*| use the tone that suits your particular needs. 'TRIUMPH' 'CROXLEY' ^5?^fr_^/^^ A comfortable Saddle, strong- A splendid Pole? Saddle for «s|(Jk£» V^T^^Ss^^Psiifr ly made for Stock work. Built ordinary work, built on fPlK^*^ -'^^/fiFfJ^^^^ on heavily plated solid Gullet strong Plated Solid Gullet Wjimf \ ? iflSr/ Flaps and skirts are made oi Made of best Kip leather IRW/ ^\\ best Kip; Hcgskin seat, 5J in. wit...

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BOXING. NEW YORK, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

BOXING. NEW YORK, January 9. The Scott-Sharkey light has betn fixed. It is recalled that it is 23 years since an English heavyweight fought for J the world title. Scott, iu an interview, said he kecw he would get a cliauce sooner or later, j 'I believe. I can get Sharkey,' he. said. BRISBANE, January 10. j At the .Stadium tonight, Frank Van, 11 -3£, Sydney, defeated Merv. Williams, 11-6, Queensland, on a technical knock out in- the 11th round. The referee stopped the light after Williams had been twice floored for seven seconds. Van won every round.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. IN MEMORIAM. BOGE— In sad but loving memory of my dear wife and our dear mother   Annie Christena Boge, who passed   away on January 14th, 1927. We have loved, but heaven has gained one of the best the world contained. A loving mother, true and kind, No friend on earth like her we'll find. In our home you are fondly remem-   bered,       Sweet memories cling to your name ; And the ones that loved you in life Love you in death the same.   (Inserted by her loving husband and sons.)

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