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A BABY [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

A BABV JACKASS. (Written by- Ronald Berry 1 Ow- ilay f found a jackass'* nesl in a ir. 1. A bufhh'rc burnt the tree down with the Hi de ones in if. When (he free was burtiins. I went i» Ihe ne«t to save the young oiiL'f. When I «?«« running along Ihe ing. I vit a young our iu flip mlibish. I put him into my hat and went on my way home. When F srot l.oinp. r c«nghl. n grasshopper and put it in his bill. He wouldn't eat i-, so lie let fe 'go. A few hours later, I caught another piobopper and gave it to him. He killed it with hit 'strong bill and then Btarted to eat it. When be finished eating: it, I caught a JS* more M*'1 Bave them to biro, one by one. when evening: .came, I caught him and put him id a box to sleep next morning, I put him outside and lie flew on to a bush. Mis mother heard him' calling out for food, to she flew to him at once with a grasshopper and gave that to him. After this she caught a lizard and flew along .the ground in front of him, coax ing him away. (No. of- ...

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A TRIP THROUGH THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

A TRIP THROLtiH THE (JOLM'RV. (Written by Belly Cover), Our Saturday afternoon, we derided '.0 so for 11 trip to Ibe country in tho car. We started from town, and on getting further out | of town, we could smell the scent of the euca- ] lyptus. Driving still further, we could Rfej many pretty tiowers by (he roadside. We stopped here for a time, and gathered a bunch j o? thn flowers. We went 011 iignin, mid ver.vj 00011 \v heard a noise like th:it of quarrelling! going nn. As it: ecemed in lir high up. we' looked up. and sitting on the top of a te'e IJOIMJ TO ORDClt THE 'HER.ALD.' (Drawn by Joyce Kent. No. of poinU 1). graph post, we saw a jackass and flying abi ,it ills head were two pee-wiU. The peew.'t must have been iinnoying the jackasB, as li*' Kept opening his beait and trying to pctk tl t|)eiii. Wp watched this for a time, and thrr ».'p went on ngain. Presently wo saw a littlt native bear on a branch of u high gum tr.i' On hearing the noise of Ihu car, it scrambled further up...

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QUEENSLAND'S RICHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

QUEENSLAND'S RICHES. (Written by Elsie lions. - ,upe:islaiid if a oounlry. It is good tn navel r-iund; Tor there as w«'ll as coal anr! gold; Precious metals 100 are found. Sapphire giver us Sapphires, And rubies by ihe pound; And further out in ihe Central W«t, Opal and niatiix there are found. From the North «p get the tin. To make our Billy-cans. Ami then at far-off Gynipir. We wash gold oul of (he sand. ('As UsiH' Iroiif, is patn'olic as well as \:,i i-lii-, ;hp hns been given 10 point* for this little poem flosciihing the hidden wealth ol Queensland).

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LUCKY BETTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

LLCKY BETTY. (Written by Laura Macintosh). Betty had juet tinibheil trading t stor.v about f.iiric?. and now wanted to see a fairy. She put on her hat. and ran to the v,ooil In fiiri a fairy. She had not bi»en in the wood vcry long, when she heard tiny' ccrcams coining from n Btnall trei1. Running tjo the tree, she saw (hanging on a twig) a lU'tle elf. Hhe holppii him down, and an a reward, he asked her !'? the ball that night. After tea the elf came and told Betty to close her (yes, and count five; whpn Betty opened hpr ejes, she was at the hs II. The music was suinplicd by homp elvep. The tjueen told Betty to' join the dancer/. Betfy had a lovely time, dancing with the 1 fairies After supper, Hietty had to go home, j Tlie Queen told Betty t*- close her eyps and | count five. Belly did (iiif, ajid found hprsnll at horn*. (\o. of points S).

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MY BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

MV BIRTHDAY. (Written by Hick B.att|p-. Hip day was so bright. And, T was so gay, Krorn the fimt gleam of light, Till night ended thie day. The day was the loth September, That -lay wns inv birlhdnv; That's the day I alivajs ivmiMiiber, Thai's the day I was so gut. (No. of pijinls :U.

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"DAD GOES FISHING." [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

'DAU OOliS FISHING.' (Written l»v Irene Brown I . Dad caught n lurg« fi*h, On his hilling line. Hp put it in 11 big f.ith, .\nd »aid, 'Isu't thai hneV 'Now, George, go and iltan thai fasti. A fine hreakfa^ he vul! tnal»e,' lie duL il up ami placed it in :- disl-. And said, 'Oh! isn't it great?' Bu( poor Uii'l got tired.. . ; ?Co more fishing he '.'.ill go, 'I would rather stay aj! home.' «»id Le, A* the time did go veiy slow, (Thp abovi' verses appeared recently us writ ten by George Jinran, for v hich he received six points. A|iparcntly tliey are copied, so tho*e poi-i',s 'live now been cancelled. The vovscf me construftcrl without anj' attention to rhyme or metre, and thus' might easily be taken tor the work of a child of tender years. Thpy are of such poor quality that one cannot un derstand how: they came to be printed j.ii.f where. I hope 1 1) is practjte of copying verses will be discontinued at oiice. — l;.SJ

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HIDES, MEAT, AND SKINS. BRISBANE, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

HIDES. MEAT. AND SKINS. BRISBANE. Januarv 17. There = was a good . demand for .free hides at the sales to-day at the best of last weekV rates. Medium* were 3/8d. and other weights id. per lb. lower. Quotations : Extreme lights., free, 54d. to 6d., lights 5Jd. to 5 5/Sd.. light mediums 5Jd.* to 5£d., medium^ 5 id. to 6d., Lea vies old. to 5Jd., bub stance and stout Ad. to 12d., dry, sound hides 4id'. tb's?d., weevily and faulty 3d. to 31d. The market wa6 v.caker for 6heep: skins. Values were generaliy ^d. to id lower. Quotations: Meiiiio 'full wools (Jd. to SJd., lialf wools 4d. to (kl., ehorL wools 2id. to 5d., sound pelts 3JJ. to 4Jd., damaged 2d. to 2Jd. i'rime tal low advanced 7s. Od. per ton and gwotl colour was 2s. (kl. per ton dearer. Other grades were unchanged in value. Quota tions : Prime, mixed £32 2s. (id., gootl j colour £30 15s., fair colour £28 10s., in ferior to £27 10s.

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PRODUCE. BUTTER AND CHEESE. BRISBANE, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

PRODUCE. BUTTER AND CHEESE. BRISBANE. January 17. The London agency of the Dairyr Prp- j duce Export Control Board has sent the following cablegram :' At the moment1 a fair deinan.l is being maintained. | The market is steady, but the future is'diflicult to forecast. Prices \ Danish 108s. per cwt., New Zealand 152s. to 154s., salted Kangaroo brand 150s. to 152s., first grade 148s. to' 150s., unsaltc'l Kangaroo brand, 156s. to 158s., retail prices : Danish ls.,.8d., Empire Is. 7d., cheese Is. Stocks of Australian consign ments unsold total 63,000 boxes. The cheese market is dull, but there ars better prospects for the future. Prices: New Zealand, white 6Ss. per cwt., col oured 84s., Australian unavailable for sale.'' FARM PRODUCE. ROCKHAMPTON, January 20. Cur Brisbane correspondent telegraph ?d last night: — 'The Queensland Cheese Board notifies that the wholesale -price of cheese will be reduced by Id. per Ib. from to-morrow. The prices will be nedium lid., loaf Is., flats Is, picni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

HEENZO INTRODUCES A WON DERFUL TONIC. Sufl'eiers from nerves, neuritis, ??? somnia, anaemia, lassitude, and other ailments, caused by overwork or worry, will be cheered to know that during the last teu years many thousands wltu suffered from such ailments have re stored their health and strength by taking HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTfc, the famous nerve food and tonic, com pounded* in tablet for'm for convenience of. taking, carrying,- and ensuring cor rect dosage, tf you value good health, take a few boxes of HEAN'S lOhMC NERVE NUTS. They cost only 3/- pef box. [THE MAGIC FLUTEi . Anyone 'can play the very first day. ? I l^fr^^WonderhiHv sweet-toned. You, can, ^H^^VpUy any tune you Know. .Excellent I^KTf for teKhlng a parrot to whistle. Betted . |HH^^ than any keytd^nstrument to .i^^^^^^^acenmDanv the violin in popular r1 V^^^V.mEales or operatic selections. po&Etd^Hv Concert audiences delighted.1 iCan be earned in socket wuaenoagn io lew M tend. Made oTmeta). strong and durable....

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SOUTHERN MARKETS. BRISBANE, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

SOUTHERN MARKETS. BRISBANE, January l(i. The- following were the Tuling prices an the Brisbane fruit and vegetable markets to-day: — ?'? Banana,*:— Catendish \d. to Sd. per iuzen, lady fingers £d. to 8*d., sugars id. to 4 3-8. Pineapples — Smooth 9s. to 14s. per [?ase, Riplcjs - 4s. to 7s. per case. : Lemont^Local 56. to 7s. per ca&e. Beans^-Youxu; a»d freeh 6s. to 9s, per bag, ' inferior 3s. to ' 5s., discoloured 4s. to 0s. Tomatoes — Local, coloured, 8s. to 10s., second grade Is. to 4s. per case; greeu 3s. to Us. per case. The Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing, Market reports : — Adelaide (by wire 16th instant). The A.B.M. advise — ' Anticipate no altera tion in prices as ' quoted last week, ' which were — Top quality bananas 30s. to 3s., choice 28s., standard 22s. to 27s., plain 14s. to 20s. Pineapples 25 e. to 28s. ? Sydney (by wire 17th instant) — Bananas, special 2Gs. to 2Ss., choice 21s. to 25a., standard 16s. to 20s., plain 10s. to 15s. Pineapples, smooth 14s...

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MONETARY. SYDNEY, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

MONETARY. SYDNEY, Januarv 21. The following were the London metal (middle) quotations for yesterday: — Copper — Standard, spot, £72 3s, 9d. per ton ; forward, £68 lls. 3d. ; tlec tiolytic, £83 5s. to £83 15s. ; wire bars, £83 15s. ; best selected, £77 2s. 6d. Lead— Soft, spot. £21 10s. per ton ; forward, £21 lls. 3d. Spelter — Spot, £19 8s. 9d. per ton 5 forward, £20 Is. 3d. Tin— Spot, f 173 17b. 6d. per ton ;' forward, £176 17s. 6d. Silver— Standard, spot, Is. 9 l/16d. per ounce ;' forward, Is. 8 13/16d. ;' fine, spot, Is. lOJd. ; forward, Is. 10}d. American electrolytic copper is quot ed at 18 cents per lb. BRISBANE, January 15. The following sales were made on the Stock Exchange to-day: — Commonwealth bonds, 5 per cent, 1948, £98 5s.; 5J per cent, 1935, i98 12s. 6d.; 5i per cent, 1939, ex-interest, £96 2s. 6d.; 5£ per cent, 1936, £98 12s. Cd.; 5J per cent, 1941, £98 lls. 3d.; 6 per cent, 1935, £102 17b. 6d. Queensland bonds, 6£ per cent, 1931 36. £100 12s. 6d. DunlopfPerdriaii, 2...

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MR. G. D. CONNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

MR G. D. CONNOR. On account of Mr.,J. ?Bi.C^nor/^fi'e fat bullocks ( heavy* ^Mtts). -wfcjfcUF »E.. 2 at £11 7s. (fy'VmjM 2 ???Ofcj* weights) at £7 15s^?JpK;,' 1 tutf^t £5 12s. Cd., 1 fat *«nK'-*t r £10, anrTT at £7 5s. On account of Mr. M. Hanr.ihaii— One bullock (light weight) at £8. Sales will be held on Monday, the 27th instant, commencing at 10 a.m.

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D. D. DAWSON AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

D. D. DAWSON AND CO. Account Mr. A. K. \\%stcrn, trucked at Withersfield, 90 September shorn wethers— 17 at 12s., 24 at 11s. 6d., 21 at 14s. Cd., 25 at 15s., average 13s. 4d. Account Mr. F. Lenz, trucked at Yarwun, 106 store condition lambs — 16 at 5s. 6d., 14 at 6s., 1C at Ss. 6d.. 14 at*' 5s. 6d., 16 at 5s. Sd., 14 at 5s. 6d.. 16 at 7s; 6d.; average 5s. lOd. The next fat 6tock sale will be held on Monday, the 27th instant, when we will yard' 150 prime western wethers Owing to this day being a public holi day, the sale will commence at 10 a.m. On account of Beak Pastoral Co., Ltd., Prairie — Fat cows (medium weights), 5 ..«- f-\ «t HA 19 nt £!). in at £8 17s. Cd., 7 at fS 15s.. C at £8 12s. 6d., « at £8 17s. Cd., 6 at £8 2s. 0d., 6 at £8, and 5 at £7 17s. 6d., the 66 head aver aging £8 Us. 9d.: fat and beefy bul locks, 2 at £12 2e. 6d., 4 at £11 10s., 4 at £10 5s., 4 at £9 5s., and 1 at £8 10?., the 15 head averaging £10 9s. On account of Mr. Gordon Campbell, Kilburnic — 1 cow at £...

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ENOGGERA SALES. 10,600 SHEEP, 1670 CATTLE. BRISBANE, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

ENOGGERA SALES. 10,600 SHEEP, 1670 CATTLE. BRISBANE, January 16. At Enoggera to-day 10,600 sheep of good quality were in the pens. The market opened slightly easier, but quick* Iy improved, closing strong. Prices: Best wether mutton 3d. to 3jd. per lb. and eweB 3d. There wefe 1670 catue of mixed quality in the yards. Prime cow beef was scarce. The sales opened the same as last week. Prices: Best bullock and cow beef 38s. to 40s. 1 be market declined towards the close and values were 3s. to 4s. lower than the opening rates. Sheep. The Primary Producers' Co-operative Association, Ltd., report :-Wo boM 2500 sheep, including the following :— Mar.niugford, Dalby, short-woolled wethers, averaging 17s. Id. ; C'adell. Dalby, averaging 15s. 8d.'; Kelly Bros.. Toowoomba, ios. 3d. ; Cooper, Karara, 15b. 3d. ; Billingtou, Warra, 15s. Id.; Daandinc, Macalister, 14s. lOd.; Noor indoo, Surat, ewes to 10s. 3d. ; Walton Surat, shorn wethers to 10s. Morcheads, Ltd., report : We 6old a/c Arnold Wcinbo...

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PRIMARY PRODUCERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

PRIMARY PRODUCERS. Sheep.— Account Mr. .1. A. Biien, Murga, 26 off shears wethers, at 163. fid., 29 at 16s., 22 at 14s., avsrage 15s. 7d. Account Messrs. Daniels Bro?., Oak leigh, Alpha — 26 short wool wethers, 26 lit 14s. 6d., 26 at 13s., 26 at 12s. 6d., 24 at Us. 6d., 18 at lls. 6d., average !?:*.. Sd. Cattle.— Account Messrs. Stirrats. Ltd.. Tilpal— 5 cows at £8 17s. (id,, 5 at £8 17s. 6(1., 7 at £8 17s. 0d., 10 afr £S 1.5s., S at £8 15s., G at £8 15s., 4 at £8 10s., 9 at £8 10s.. 9 at £8 2s. fid., 7 at £8 2s. 6d., 7 at £8, 7 at £7 10s.,' average £S !)s. Account Mr. J. B. Shannon, Tooloom Itah— 5 bullocks £11, 4 at £10 17a. -Cell, it at riu ts. va., t ugni uu hocks hi £10, 7 at £10, 10 at £9. 3 at £S 17s. fid., .-{ at ig 15s., 8 at £8 10s., averag-j £9 12s. 9d., 3 store bullocks £8. Tvicketty bullocks— 1 at £8,1 at £7, 1 stag £5. Aecouut Cooroocah std'tvu — 2 slote bullocks at £7 10s. Account Mr. I. G. Lewis— 1 store bullock £S 15s. At Monday's sale -\( will yard 300 fat sheep an...

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A JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

A JOKE. (Written by Vivian Puff). Mother (jokingly, glancing lou-rds a very old horse) :--Vou would win 'l-.r- Mtluou i'f Cup on th:i(, horse. Tommy. Tiny Tom:— Hat mother, how would I pull him tip? He hasn't tiny teeth; (No. of points 2).

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FAIRYLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

FAIRYLAND. (Written by Nornia Morani. The other night I went to bed. T divamt of fairies flnd elves; 'Von must come out with uf.' they said, 'We want to have you to ourselves.' 'Coiiw lieve,' (hey said, 'and count, the stars,' 1 had so often watched before. Their twinkling through the window bars, When mother wont, and shut the door. Th»v took me then to Fairyland. Where floweis brigiit, were Btrewn around; 'Now, come and sit upon the sand. Then we will give you a queen'}' crown.' Then the strangest thing occurred. Von will think it most absurd: A tiny star peeped nut, and said. ''Tin time littl-: sirls were out of lied.' (No. of points E),

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BILLS REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

BILL'S BEWAUU. -Mritte^ liy Harriet M'Lean). Bill's f.:«hir died when ht; wa» a child of twelve, jind .being the i-ldett. he wal sent to ' irerk to njpport the home. lfe got a position i u a jjciv-roo ?' ' u''« ti«:wii. liiil -'f ' workitis on thp statK-;i iJf .IA-- Mi.is ?when he reiTivcd an urgent wir* stating that hb mother «o- (-cfiouFly ill. and Stking him tn «ome home if powiiile. Bill took the wire in his tnasttr. 2nd atked i{ h» cmld go. -Ut muter nan kin'i. and told Bill he could have rhief montliG li --? of al.neni'f. and gave him hii pay. boi-i:.. he knew that Bill's famiiy \v:is poor. - On iii.-. way home, Bill heard sonic one tilling far help, and running down to the river, he utn a little child disappear. Bill being a good swimmer, was not long in bring, ing the, child wifely to the bank. The father of the child was also attracted by the child's screaniF, and came rushing down to the river. just, as Bill got to the liank. This man wrh a doctor, and he vjs glad that his...

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RIDDLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

RIDDLES. (Sent by Vivian Duff). (O.) What tree appears to br very sad? (A.I The weeping willow. (-}.) What, well known hi-a.-h remind* 3011 of, a well mannered bov? (A.) Manly. | tQ.) What is the difference between a wet week, and a dry month? . -A.) Three weeks. | (Q.) What fruit would tnakr 'mi Ihink a ' person wa» addrnring « mountain f iA.1 fO- -range). (Ko. of points 1).

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A SNAKE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

\ SNAKE STORY. {.Written by Thelma Fisher). IVie find Cyril were playing euchre against ?loyci and Leu. I'nclc said he would like ihe window open. Len turned to open )l;c win dow, and as he did ro, he put Ms dand on a mikt. Len rushed to the wood box for a stic-l;. and white he was away, the snake crawled down on to thr grape vine. Ontlc snd Cyril ran down slain' with the tantem. C.\ ril nml .To.\f:e armed with st:rlv«, knofked liim down from the grape vine, and with two flic ks coming donti on liie hark, tin; Miakc- did nol last vcrv long. Ab they resumed th^ir mme of cards. Len f.aid, 'thr window ran nay down now, I don't want to put my hand op another snake.' (No. of point;, 3).

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