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THE KOOKABURRAS' CHORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE KOOKABURRAS' '. HOKU (Written b- fcathy Albatt). When I 'wt* up I lik* in licar, The 'ioo«jburra§ laujrhin;:; And wt:1c t rub my ulcepy 'jei. r think that thry are tiuBing: Vo onf run rsll them 'f'eepy hrad.' Th'i tP'isi 'ike gctiine °'' °' hc^ iNe. of poinlt Ti.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

KIKIi I. III.. (Prawn by Leila Brevht, No, of points 8).

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JERICHO. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

JERICHO. Kain s-till holds off although 'or the last, week wr have had very pruuii* inp; cloud formations. With the ex ception of a daily dust storm, that has bsen our portion-. The heat lias. bee*i terrific and aa there is still much cloud in evidence the general opinion is that we have at present a better chance of good rain than for some tims. Mo&i. places here can carry on ' jor ' som - months yet; but they have been un able to take advantage .of .the demand for agifitment country that has bean in evidence since the New Year. There is only one netted property now available for agistment and it is some distance from rail. AH netted country handy t'« the line and some unnetted blocks liav« been taken, or are under, inspection. Mr. Joseph Campion recently com pleted the town. bore, the total deptft of which is 278 ft A good supply of water was, struck which, rises to with in about 120 ft. of the auriace. Tho supply has been tested by a steam pump and for two and a-half hour...

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JAMBIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

JAMBIN. Sinc-f my last sp have Kad ? spell of i pj v hot weather. Several thunderstorm- passed over, but \ery little ram fell. The wind on one oc casion blew M'l-y strongly for twenty minutes. -nveral trees and nunieruii branches wpir- blown down, but -'° buildings suH'i red. A welcome change took place this week when, after t«u days of heavy cloudy weather, stead.,} Tain eel in i n Wednesday night and has continued «-vpr since. At time oi writing it. i« still raining. The regis tration for Hits three days is 36, 20 and 154 points respectively. Although this has not j:ivci any surface, water it has done wonderful c«od to the ^row'm^' not lon, ar.d on jvesent apj»earancee there promises to lip a record yield in the Jam bin difitri'I. Cotton growers are very dieaupointe t at the railway authorities failing *-il ] provide reasonable loading aeconiinud* ? tion for rotten. What facilities ther«- are at present ni-c very crude. A slight mishap occurred during | 6hunting opcratiunx yesterd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

Printed and Published by ANDREW DUNN of Talford-street, Rockhamp ton, for the Proprietor*, The Mor»in£ Office of the Company, Quay-street Rockhampton. Power for Pumping Water. ? | ~~ IS ~ 'MYERS With Modern Equipment for pumping water there it no good reason why * i'vl!7 HOWN PUMPS ?ny family should be without an ample mppJy of /re»J» running water at; LiV/W ; , V/VTff I* I V/1TI* tJ small expense. ' ' j. .' Por Filling Thresher Tanks, Washing out Boilers, Pumping Water from OF AUL THE DEVICES FOE PUMPING WATER THE** Trenches, Shallow Wells ani Cellar*; Irrigation Purposes, &c. AUTO-OILED AERMOTOR WINDMILL. . | f— — ? — ADV^^GE« ? — ? 1 ; .' . '. ' Valve Seats arc Brais and, practically indestructible. Is the most eooaamlcal and most reliable. It runs for a year or wore : . Check Valves' are Metal, faced with rubber with, one biling and requires practically no attention. Jurt put it up - . . - The -Handle is Reversible. ' and let it run day au» night. The gears run in oil, i...

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LONGREACH HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

LONGREACH HOSPITAL. At the monthly meeting of tha Long reach Hospital Committee the Kev. J. Blake presided. ' Corrc'nicudciicc. Meacham and Levland suggested \k;\i indigene poisons who died on Saturday lllgjll* Ul OUJ1UU.* IJ I VJ I Ulll^:, 11UJ-JIJ£ LJJB sumincl', be liuricd on die Sunday in stead of on Monday a= at present. The suggestion was adopted. The Longrcach ISIiiie Counril advised in refeienre to tliu in-oposed drainage holi«nie that it did not want to put the committee to any unnecessary expense in relation to the const ruction of a scheme that would not lit in with the proposed now hospital buildings and asked for inlurmution ;ik to when the tin iir itj^^tiWal tfnul/l liL'nlc lin ,ii-nji^nrl Tim Counujl is to he advised later as to tin; progress of negotiations, and wlien the new building would be started. The J,ongf?:ich Shire Couiii.'il enclosed copy of a report from Health Inspector N ich oils, cdiiipliuiiiiig of the disposal of .refuse. 'J'iiis matter was investigate...

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PENFOLDS WINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

PENFOLDS WINES. Messrs. Thomas M'Laughlin tnd Co, local agents, have received the gratify ing news by cable of the success ol Penfold's wines at the recent London Exhibition of Empire wines. Pcnfold* pained eight Gold Medals and nine othei prizes including all three gold modal given for port wine. In addition to cnesc meritorious awaras for still vine the only two Gold Medals given for sparkling wines were captured by Pen folds Minchinbury champagne and Minchinbury Sparkling Burgundy. Apart from the fact that these awards prove beyond question the superiority of Pen folds wines, they also bear testimony of the fact thct these Australian wine^ can more than hold their own agafntt the world's best.

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COMET. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

COMET. During the last two weeks we had another heat wave, the temperature reaching the century mark for many days. The nights were generally plea Mint and breezy, until the last few , nights which have been rather close and 1 ? ? '' ^ ^1 .warm. Swarms of Hies caused much [annoyance to stock and jsmoke fires do not have much effect in keeping the flies away. [? Since the beginning of the year we ihad, only .two storms, which yielded ,only 80 -points. The country looks I well/ though the pests keep the stock .from .putting on condition. I About 200 horses were trucked at Comet for Gladstone by Mr. F. Beaz jJey; on the 17th instant. This will be I the, last draft for overseas shipment. They are b'uind for Batavia. About ^OO more will leave Comet in a few days' time by overland route to Wowan for sale. I Some good catches of banamundi , have, been made in the local streams ? lately. These are the true barramundi I of the ceratodus family, and they do not leave the upper 'reaches of the...

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YARWUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

YARWUN. On Saturday evening last, the School of Arts held tlieir annual free dance in conjunction *ith the annual meeting 01 subscribers. There was a £plendid'at- tendance. Mr. L. Doaley officiated ae M.C., and music was eupplicd l-y thi Varwun Orchestra, extras being played by Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Dawson (cornet and piano), and Mrs. E. B. Hulzheiinei vviuim;, iujbb iMina. rfest (piano) aau Messrs. A. H. Rideout, O. Steinhardt and J. Misfeld (accordion). Refresh ments were handed round by the ladies. During the evening, Mr. G. R. Kirkhani, on behalf of the residents of Yarwuti, presented our popular night, officer, Mr. James Miefeltl, with a xylonite shav ing mirror and stand, as a small token of their esteem. Mr. Misleld, who has been stationed at Varwun for i'ver two years, has been transferred t0 Kock lmmpton. In making the presentation, Mr. Kirkhaui stated that they were very sorry to lose Mr. Misfeld, wlio had always been a most courteous and ob liging officer, und who had render...

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HARTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

HARTLEY. The week just passed has been very hot and trying in thft extreme, and there havs Wen some very heavy falls of rain, the total being 665 points. Tlie heaviest falls on Friday and Sunday tost were accompanied by very vivid lightning and thunder, especially on Fri ? day evening, when w« experienced a heavy storm, with strong winds( heavy thunder and lightning. Hartley, January 21, 1030. A very trying week has just passed. It has been raining since Sunday, but it is fine to-day. On Monday we hail 19 points of rain, on Tuesday 103, 00 ' Wednesday 110, on Thursday 334, audl on Friday 12, or a total of 670 for the five days, and a grand total of if/0 points since January 1st. Hartley, January 24, 1930.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

I HARDY BROS . Ll|ffij|p, y' i^Hflfe Diameter 7 tea. ^^^HB8K^^^^ pints. — - — _^E- ?*U/'' A 3903-Cut (3ry«Ul Call* dgH| ^?H^ Bowl. Diameter 8 ins. Height ^^^^^^B ,.. . JoMb^ 48/u ?II^RHGv ^H'. ENGLISH CUT CRYSTAL ^T SHf ';?? AttheShowrjiomsofrfardyBroi.yott M ., K^saWik^ .?.:?..' wuUnd a faiisinating display ©f Fine* m *?,:???'??.?-?? AMOfc-Uwiasr' English Cut Crystal. Ik nMm ,'jfr tal Spirit Bottle, gives the widest range of choice, poth ??« ' '.; ? ?. ...?'??. ' -, ?; ? takes full bottle' oi as to style and price, and is partial- a 38O4._Cut Cry* '.. r ; .' ?? ,-? n-bisky. . : |$rjy attractive to anyone wishing to t*l Geblet. Height ;. ; -, , »/-. «»ke a worthy and enduring present. LT'^t nt «i,V :, ;;/ All articles shown by Harfr Br*i. in ? «A Set of S«. ?'?..'?'? ' ' / ' ...|-B this as in every otner department, are ^^ma I' ?/?'?'? 'VHHP marked by qualities of distinction and ^^BF ;..': '' W^B^ style, besides representing excellent ^^K '-.:',.,.... .. ... ^*^^r value. Should you...

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MARLBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

MARLBOROUGH. Maryborough lias been favoured -witt about 8 in. of rain since the New Year, and the country is a picture. Dairying is in full swing again and a plentiful supply of cream is being Eent away each week. A number of the dairymen are specialising in well bred Jersey cattle. A few still prefer the Illa warras. It is to be hoped that gome of the Marlborough dairy cattle will carry off blue ribbons at future Kocknampton shows. This district is moving with, the times. Two tractors are in use on different farms. An enjoyable dance was held in the Marlborough Hall on Saturday night last. Dainty refreshments were served by the ladies. Mr. James Moore and Miss Kennedy provided the music. Mr. Kilpatrick was M.C. Marlborough, January 20, 1930.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

delicious, dependable item to | save her work aruj worry, to j please her guests and delight FcrEconewM fa herfamily. *W Whoti Tim Rich, crisp and delicious, you can enjoy them in 100 different ways. ? ^^ ? ? k ? ~...- ? r— ?' — ~~~— i*.u.-~~i.— .H'1-1-1- — ;-3aia ?-....? !r WE SPECIALISE IN -X- ., WEDDING ^ BIRTHDAY CAKES. We carry a large variety of Cake Ornaments for those making their own cakes, also Wedding Cake Boxes, Confetti, Orange Blossom, Sprays, &c. SENQ FOR PRICE L1STL, RICKARTS, ALBERT-STREET — ROCKHAMPTON. Retail Branches: Albert-st, William-si., East»st.

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RAGLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

RAGLAN. The dance held on Saturday night 1e the new hall in aid of the Cricket Club was very successful. The music was 'supplied by Mr. C. M'Master on the new player pianola, which was installed that day, and it. was quite a. treat. Mr. D. Lewis assist?d on the .-'.v-irdeon. H» match which was to be played M Sunday last, between Marmor and Raglan did not take place as Marmor players did not' turn up. Rain, which fell up till 10.30 a.m. at Marmor, was evidently the cause. It was dry here all day and a scratch match was played between the local players, Raglan, January 23, 1930,

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KALAPA. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

KALAPA. Since my last notes a week ago we have been favoured with further splen did rain. On Wednesday and Thurs day mornings we had an inch and on Thursday evening about 6.30 one of the good eld-fashioned thunderstorms hit this district, the wind blowing with hur ricane force and the rain pouring in sheets. Over 2 in. were recorded in 20 minutes. Apart from demolishing uiie ui i»u uuuiuuseu, no material dam age was done. There is no doubt that 1930 is making a wonderful start; the countryside is a picture. 'Rhodes grass in many paddocks is. now fence high. Many farmers took advantage of the few dry days before the last precipitation to burn off some of their paddocks of old dry grass, with the re sult that they are now assured of splen did young clean feed for some time to come. Tlie early planted maize is in the tasscling stage and is now a cer tainty for a heavy crop. Lucerne also is making phenomenal growth, as are all other summer crops. Our local I.M.S. breeders, Messrs. Lehfe...

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MONTO. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

MONTO. The conditions of converting town blocks to freehold as provided for in the recent Lands Act Amendment are nut popular with owners as the basis of value is the present capital value under the perpetual lease. With the exception of the blocks in the main street and the two adjacent streets, these values are easily three times as high as they should be, and unless reduced. consider- ably will prevent present owners from converting to freehold. Ihe studivision of the No. 3 division has been gazetted and ratepayers in the Upper Burnett will, after the next election of councillors, have a chance of having some of the necessary road work drainage and other matters at tended to. Monto's main street is a standing disgrace to the authorities. Two cases of great interest to dairy men of the district were heard before the bench on the 7th instant regarding ?illegally using cattle. One ac cused, who had gone, to trouble and expense to find the owner and who also stated that the cow had a...

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UNSUITABLE DRAWINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

UNSUITABLE DRAWINGS. 'Find the Twn F,ice?,' Is not up (o stan dard. The same n-marl-s apply to 'Flax,' 'A Kanparoo.' 'Tusb,' 'Sunrise,' 'Gooit Morninp,' 'Doc-tor Woodclmcl;,' 'Cliiel;,' ?^'Pcrrhinp.' 'Ma' iow.' 'A Fairy.' 'Holly,' 'A. Wattle Spray.' 'Fo\ of the Nile,' ?'Dock's Good Horning. ' hii'I the follow. ing by ,«he one artist, 'Kangaroo, Sugar Mice, Pussy, Naugljty Pussy, Froggie, Parrot, Eat ing bis eupper.' 'Humpty Dumpty,' 'Crying' and 'Going to dig in ihe Sand,'* are ail nicely drawn, but the artist has selected very thin paper, and they are too faintly drawn in pencil for reproduction. 'The Bathing Girl' is not a suitable subject ,'tr the Corner. 'There Goes My Hat' and the 'Ueindeer,' both 6how faulty drawing about the fcpt. 'Blue Mountain Parrots,' 'A Plough Horse,' 'A Quiet Smoke,' and 'Doggie Dretscd Up,' are all drawn in Hue Ink, and therefore not suitable for reproduction.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

GOING 'TO (JOLLLGE:. (Drawn by Geor;;r Moran. No. of points 5).

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE OSTRICH. (Drawn by Nell McLaughlin. No. of points 8).

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CORNERITES' BIRTHDAY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

CORNKRITES1 BIRTHDAY CLUB. Uncle Sam sends Birthday Greetings to the lullouing nieces and nephews: — Thomas Maikness and Lillian Gillies yn -hc 1st February. Alice Croghan (13) on the 3rd February, and Jim Tremlmth (Ol on tlm 3rd February. Kllcn Woii.li (in), Rr'.(y Sliaimoii (8), Alex ander McNeil (l.'i), William Fawko» (10), Doiis Messenger (la). Cecil Lyons (14) on tho 1th Keb rusry. May Hansoii (14) on the 6tli Febru ary, .Leslie RoynnlriF (l^i nn the Tlh February. A happy ljlr(hd.iy I,, i,,u all, dcir children. Cecil Ljons, liilun^llu. «ho--p 14th hirtli. day will be celebrate! on 4th February.

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