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GOOVIGEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

GOOVIGEN. The weather for the past week has been extremely hot and slurniy. On the r.Rl) instant a thunderstorm from a suiilli-uesterly direction broke over our district ami .resulted in 100 points of rain. On the 21st another thunder storm occurred. It was accompanied by thunder anJ a terrific wind, and many trees were blown down. Only 10 points of rail) were recorded. The cotton crops are growing mag- 1 nificently. tn most cases the cotton I is flowering and boiling. ! A dance will be held in the Goovigeii School of Arts on Xew Year's live by the Goovigeii School of Arts Commit tee in aid of the institution. The nu-ic will be supplied by the Wowan Oivuestra. (lOovigen, December 27, 102!).

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

SOORIA. The best storm of the season broke here last night, and about 150 points of jain fell over a wide area. The col ton crop has had a rough spin owing to dry weather and the grubs. The cot ton crop should now- be assured. The next L.P.A. meeting will be held on January 5th. Scoria, December 20, 1929.

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

GRAZIERS WORK OUT THE COST OF VITA-LICK ? IT'S NOT EXPENSIVE A. For example (mixed Lick), 1,000 .sheep consuming { ton of Vita-Lick per annum, costing £13 per ton plus £.5 freight, will cost 5fd. per head per annum. ' B. For example (concentrated) 1 ton concentrated lick ? £36 0 0 5 tons of salt @ 5d. per ton ? £25 0 0 Total .. ... ? £61 0 0 which is equal to 3.66d. per head of 5,000 sheep. V I T A ? L I C K LIMITED Stock Lick Specialists 107 KENT STREET, SYDNEY Walter Reid and Co., Ltd., Agents. !i W. T. D. SMITH'S i it - :: high class \\ I CHRISTMAS CAKES. ;; Price Per Pound: ! II PLAIN: ICED ON TOP: ICED ALL OVER: « I 1/9 2A 2/3 |i I : ORDER NOT LATER THAN 10th DECEMBER. ; ' - An excellent variety of Assorted Small Cakes, in box lots, at } 10/-, 15A, 20/-, and 25/-. Railage Extra. ; i ' ALL ORDERS WITHOUT CASH RAILED COD : | BOX 298, G. P.O. ? ROCKHAMPTON. ; ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

: *ojyS NWf V i: i rHE POPULAR WORKING BOOL ! . ~ Made bx the's&ms Manufacturers ' ! , S0|J as make the famous 'No* 74 Stand ! D ard' Emperor aidlnfe 86ot, the ! « »y Standard 'No. S»' ia ? boot that ? I All has the .same good wealing qual- ! | - I C»...U...... *UeB and to addition, a smart ap- - ( otoreKeepert. pearabce. * .- ! You set better comfort, too— Buy a pair of 'STANDARD* 3 j ! BOOTS next time. 4 v - ' ASK FOR 'No 99' STANDARD BRAND. 4&E THAT THE | ! BRAND IS ON THE SOLE. , ! THE DAVEY HALLIDAY CO., LTD., | ;; £CLE MANUFACTURERS, BRISBANE. * ;

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A CRICKET TEAM OF 60 YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

A CRICKET TEAM OF 69 YEARS AGO. TIHs ie e ttEtn of cr|cktter« wno played et Grapk.mcre on the 24th Msy, ISbLV —By numbers: (1) H. W, Ri^lon, (2) C. H. St6pfor-;. (5) James Archer. (4) J. Sherv.-in, (5) W. Roberts, (6) J. Burrowes. (7), W. Allen. (S) C. Wode house, (9) Alex Kerr, (16) E. Shsw. (11) L, K. Asics, (12) W. Walksr, (13) F. HeH.

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RARE STAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

RARE STAMPS. H.C. wants advice from J.-t.H. re garding Australian stamps: — Tlie first is the 2d. blue. T have n blue one marked as follows — in each corner ' 2,' then inside these is nn oval-shaped ring. On the upper halt' of this ring is printed 'Queensland.' and on tlie lower half 'two pence.' Inside the ring is a portrait of 'Queen Vic toria.' The size is 13 by 16 perfora tion.!:. Now, J.J.H., is that stamp of any value ? ff so, where would 1 send it ? I also have two other stamps with similar markings, one a Id. red. th? other lavender, and worth Id. If y«»u know anything of these stamps kindly let me know. Old Lady (at restaurant): '1 see tli« . tips ar« forbidden here.' Waiter: '|j.»r bless yer, mum. so was apples in tin Gjirden of Eden!' 'Mushrooms always {jrow in da:n,i places, don't they, father?' ' Yes.' ''I- that why they look like umbrellas 1' ,

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YOUNG MAN CHARGED. ROCKHAMPTON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

YOUNG MAN CHARGED. UOCKI1AMPT0K. .Jcnuarv 1. In the Police Court yesterday, uefor the P.M. (Mr. O. Power), Sydney Jam«^ Hamilton, 2], pleaded ' not guilty ' to a charge thtt, on December SSrd, V,f entered the promisee of Jimmy Sue :'oi r.n unlr.wful purpose. tiercwant Languscli prosecuted and Mr. E. It. l-arcombe, instructed Gv Mv 0. I*. Carey, appeared for the accused Avting-scr»c:nit T. Caplice gave cvi «lcnce~ tlmt he inttpected Sue's pr?ini.^r- and found the wire gtaise torn off u window of tlie sitting room and a. \n« tertin; butoii removed. Accused livt-il next door to Sue's. Confronted will', Hamilton, Suu told Caplieo he had huuiil the window break, end entering the sitting roam, lio had seen Humi|tot-: witli (i h:imnicr in hia hand, pulling In* tjatir.e and wooden baton off the window. Sue said to Hamilton ' Whaffor you fcrcuk my window ? ' Hamilton replied ' Vou can't do any thing. It's not night time.' In the Chinaman's preHcuce Hamilton ?U'liieU Sue'a story. . | When Jim...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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WESTWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

WESTWOOD. A meeting of the Golden WittleoAva* held recently, Mrs. Casey presiding. Some time ago a dance was a.vanged to take place on January 18th in aid of the School of Arts building fund and (inal arrangements were made. ' Kovvl'.y dances will be held and i-efrneiimen* » provided. Ice cream will be ou sale. The Secretary (Mr. K. U-os*anV ten dered his resignation and Miss D.t M'Laughlin has been appointed to th'-- 1 position. A public mooting was held recently for the purpose of appointing two local representatives to act with two of the inmates of the sanatorium to take control of the sanatorium patients' comfort fund. ' Mr. J. T. W. M'Laughlin presided and briefly ex plained tho object of the. meeting. After (he matter had been discussed, Mrs. ( Casey and Mr. T. Walsh were appointed I and the patients will be represented bj } Miss Flattery and Air. J. Clist. Matron j Scully will act as secretary and trea- j surer. This committee will now deal! with all matters in connection wi...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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MOTHER BEAU AND BABY BEAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

UO1UKU BEAK ANO BABY BKAR, (Drawn by Kell Hobler. Ne. ot polata T.)

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YARWUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

YARWUN. Yarwun was quite en fete on Saturday last, the occasion being the State School picnic. In the forenoon children, parents and' 'friends assembled at the School of Arts. Races and games were then in dulged in, after which lunch was eervcJ by aw energetic and capable commitTec of ladies. Durine the afternoon Mr. G. M. Boyle, chairman of the School I Coitiniiucc, presented the prizes and after ! complimenting the scholars on the pro gress made duriug the year, wished them all tlit compliments of the season. After noon tea was served and each child re ceived a bag of fruit and lollies on leav ing. At night the customary free dance ««.-= ^-iveii by the school committee. There was a good attendance and a most en joyable evening was spent. Mr. J. M. M'Quaid, the schoolmaster, left on Monday's mail train for Barcal dine. During the last weeks the weather has been getting hotter, and the good shoot of grass of some time back was beginning to present a very parched ap pearance. However...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

I CAKES- ? CAKES— ^GA^Kil : Whether it is for a Dance, a Picnic, or any function whatsoever — ? RICKARTS can supply you with Cakes to Suit the Occasion. ! RICKARTS CAKES I contain the Highest Quality Ingredients. All Fruits Thoroughly Washed t by the latest Fruit Washing Machine. ; ^ - 1^ ^ j ORDER YOUR NEW YEAR CAKE NOW! ^1 1 Office and Factories ? ALBERTSTREET, ROCKIH^PI^S ,.?? * ' ? ...??'?. i ? . '. ' . A ? ' ??,-. : .'.: '-'

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THE DAWN OF THE C.Q. HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

TilK \)\\\% OV -Tiiii C.IJ. Illili.UJt, il.':-:i\vii In- buW/is Close. Xo. of poinl6 C--'. '*?'

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MT. MORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

MT. MORGAN. Christmas Eve on the Mount passed oflf satisfactorily. The heat in the morn ing prevented many coming into tpwu,' but in the evening the streets were crowded, and the shops did a fair busi ness. It was easily noticeable there was not the same spending power behind the throng as in former years. I Another thing that reduced the spend ing power was the non-payment . ol phthisis and State aid pay, which 'have, been postponed until next Friday. It The Royal Agricultural Show at Harrogate, 'Yorkshire, 1924). 1'en of two Dorset Horn Kam Lambs. W. Rupert Torj% First Prize. 6, & U. ? . _ '. was a keen disappointment, ? especially to the State children and mothers and also to the shopkeepers. A large number of breadwinners, who have been away in other parts, returned home for the Christmas holidays. Many of these', who have been engaged on rail way construction work, have been paid off, which means they will 6well the unemployed list. The Court House staff was kept busy r...

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PEN FRIENDS CIRCLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

PEN FBIENDS CIRCLE. William Porter, Goovigen, would like Alms O'Brien to write. . Phyllis Blank', Spring Vale, BondooU, would tike a pen-friend of 11 or 12 years. Grace Blank. Spring Vale, Boondoola, withes Jessie Packer to know that she has been very busy studying for an exam., and will write very Eva Shepherd, Dululu, Dswson Valley, wishes Ivy Bugden, Morris-street, Koongal, to vir.'.e to her. Daisy Oourtnadge.' Struck Oil. Moengan, «*h »t to remind Alma O*BrIen that tAti is waiting for a letter, at it is Alma's turn to wil'c.

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THE ZOO FOLK. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

Ti!F. W - Kl'LK. tWui.iiPE entry in th:'i:tmJS Con^e liti-c. Uraw.i by Mailgo Cluftt).

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CHIEF TOED MORIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

CHIEF TOBD M0R10. (Dnwn by Muriel Dcclcy, No. of poinit

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

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"I AM GUILTY." [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

' I AM GUILTY.' ROCKHAMPTON, December 24. ' 1 am guilty of. this charge. JL'lie young lady knows absolutely noth ing about it.' This was the admis sion of William Thompson in the Police Court yesterday, when the evidence was tiuahsed against Mini and Alice Wilhelmina Ualtou ou a charge of having broken and entered the premises of the S.C.D. and stolen goods valued at £41 and £6 10b. in cash. Throughout the case Thompson had endeavoured to ab solve his young female companion from all blame, and as a result of hit admission he was zommittcd for sentence. Daltou said she knew nothing of the breaking and enter ing and was commilteed for trial. When this announcement was made she sobbed heartbrokenly and col lapsed on the floor of the Court. Thompson jumped out of the dock to go to her assistance and she was placed on a chair. When the police in Dourt attempted to assist her from the Court «he shook them oif and marched out with Thompson. The final witness for the prosecution was Francis...

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WARNING. MUST KEEP OFF SANCTUARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

WARNING. MUST KEEP OFF SANCTUARIES. Despite the warnings in the i'reas and the vigilance of the members of that energetic body, llic Central Queensland Native Birds'* 1'rotnction Association, there aro men and boys in tlie city who put in a lot of their time taking pot shots on the bird sanctuaries arouud the town area. These offenders would do well to con sider that if thu.v are found on the boun daries of a sanctuary with lircannis, or caught disturbing, shooting, or iuterler ing with notices or birds thereon, tliey arc liable to a liervy penalty and tke forfeiture of their guns. The Association is taking such steps which will cause these offenders to re grot their activities. In the recent caees before the Court in whieh lour oflenderb were heavily lined, the presiding magis trate gave a warning that such prac tices must stop and signified his inten tion of further increasing Hie lines should any more conic before liirn. The Central Queensland Native Birds' Protection Association...

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