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PEN FRIENDS' CIRCLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

rKN -FRIENDS' ClHCLli. Daphne Viknian, liuliy Vale, if still asking for pen-friends. Eunice Sorenscn, Vaanibu, (aged 111, desire* pen-friends of 11 ur VI yearf. Nola Dclandelles, ]ii Noblis-etrcet, North Itockhampton, wants penfriends of 14 jears.

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

THE WHITE SWAN. (Drawn by Muriel Deeley, Ko. of poinVb 6). ?

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

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

FINDING THE F LOWER FAIRY. '' ' (Drawn by Kelt Hobler. No. of polntb u).

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UNSUITABLE STORIES, ARTICLES, VERSES, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

UNSUITABLE STOH1E8, ARTICLES, VEBBKS, ETC. The rjddlc» about 'Capcllu' and 'Washing- ion' are clover, but cannot be printed. The cedar tree is too common a subject, and too well-known. Articles like this may be (ou'.i'l in any book of nature study. 'The Hen Story ' js not up to standard, us the spelling, grunv.iur and punctuation marks are all faulty. 'Our Holidays' would make a good subject for a letter. 'Clever Bob' Is badly written, and {he spelling and grammar are not up to stan dird 'The Picnic' contains nothing of in trrest that is not told every day in lettsrt, »njl *Mm *iih(»r-t. hns liAnnme verv common latit jv 'Ivy's Escape' is juBt a shortened ac count of another story which I read recently -n print. 'The Two Disobedient Children1 is aleo adapted from another story, and it «'«? origlnsl in conception. 'Ihe Air Thiels 'is written in pencil «nd is not signed. ' Inc Birthday Party' (all about the Fancy Dress | Parade) is a]so unsigned. 'An Advwiturc with WolveV' is evidently...

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

WATCHING FOR PA. (Drawn by Noel McCabc. No. of pointB ' 6),

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

Ladies recommend Martin's Pills. All Chemists and stores sell them — be sure they are Martin's British Pills.— Advt

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THIS USED TO BE THE GRACEMERE ROAD [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THIS USED fTO BE THE CfRACEMERE ROAD Flood waters have backed up over the Gracemere Road, making It look like a huge lake.

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

GRACEMERE. It was almost certain from the (err-itia heat during the. first three days of the week tha: something would happen, anu. on Wednesday afternoon a light shower fell as a pieliminary to suinctluug greater. In the early 'hours of Thurs day morning tlere was a heavy shower, followed by bteady rain between 7 am? S.30, 212 points being recorded «t the post office at y a.m. Shortly after ' thunderstorm iJassed dirct-tlv °^cr Uia township, accompanied by heavy rain. A few tei'riliu crashes of thunder fol lowed each other in quick succession, shaking the buildings till window^ rattled. The storm, which blew direct ly from the v.est, did not do a greal amount of damage. The stationmaster s residence suffered most. The verandah and the main roof on the western sids were completely stripped of iron, tak ing the purloins and some of the rafter*, l^ortunatcly or \ unfortunately, Mr. Woods who is on sick leave with Mrs. Woods was t-iaying at the seaside a* the time and there was no one ...

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

EMERALD. Dr. H. V. Gillies, who has been m charge of the Emerald District Hospital for a little over two years, left on Saturday night for the south. He in tends holidaying in Kew Zealand and will thence proceed to Edinburgh where he liopes to go through a course ot study at the- University. Prior to his departure he was the recipient of many 1:44.1.. 4nl.AnB nt aniii-Mtintinn. At U lll/lflG) IUJV ~'O +JL '-ff- ? social gathering the, members of the Oddfellows' Lodge presented. Dr. Gillies with a handsome writing set, whilst th». members of the Hibernian fraternity visited the doetor!6 residence and pre sented him with a silver mounted mar ble desk companion. At both presenta tions appreciation was expressed at the amiable working of the doctor with, the Friendly Societies and regret at his de parture. Dr. -3illi=s, in response, trust ed that his successor, Dr. Fox, -would have the same pleasant relations with the Friendly Societies of Emerald. On Friday night the members of the Hos...

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

WOWAtt. A meeting of the Dawson Valley Show Society Executive^ was held oa Wednesday. There were present:— Messrs. H. R. Brake (chairman), G. H, Chown, F. R. Saunders, H. M. Rox burgh and the secretary (Mr. W. Hosk ings). The schedule for the forthcom ing Show was drawn up and adopted. The secretary was instructed to writ* to the Chambers of Agricultural Socie ties nnd ask that Thursday and Friday. May 1st and 2nd, be1 allotted to the Society for its annual show; A pro gramme of ring events .was drawn up, comprising tent pegging, tilting the rin^g, pie mcjon race, leg race, figure 8 race, &c- &c. Messrs. J. Griec and D. C. Logan were appointed, to the Execu tive. Wowan. January 23, 1930.

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

ALPHA. A danc« was held io the Consent School, Alpha, on Friday night lasT in aid of Mrs. D. Mulcahy', it being the last dance in aid of Mr. Mulcahy bj the 'ugly' man. Tasty light, refresh ments were served by the ladies. Music was provided by voluntary players. Mock movements lor the week in clude 37 fat cows, Surbiton Station to Barcaldine, Mr. Coleman, owner, Mr. W. Vallis in charge ; 5000 she^ Blackall to Hobartville Station, Mr. G. Nickells manager in charge ; ]0S bull ocks, Clarke and Tait's property, Hob artville to Australian Estate*, Ltd , 160 more being picked up at Pine Hill ; 120 sheep, Daniel Bros.' property, Oak leigh, to Primary Producers, Ltd., Rockbainpton. The heat last, week has been priio tically unbearable, the average for the seven days being 109 degs. Several storm* worked up, but except for a couple of sprinkles there have been do favourable results. Misa Keyte, of Major's Creek, JOw South Wales, is on a visit to her aunt. Mrs. S. Lawri*. *f Alpha, vhosfc *!d...

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

LONGREACH. The latest stock patsings art A000 mixed sheep, lsisford to Goodberry Hills, W. T. F. Atherton owner, B. Jacobs in charge; 3200 sheep, Edei. Downs to Aramac, D. Hill Smith own*r, T. Dixon in charge; 6600 sheep. Melton to Muttaburra, A. Reilly owner, in charge; 4000 ewes, Mt. Victoria to Isis ford. Ijnnsminrp and Tjuiffmnm nwn#r«. S. Ballard in charge; 6200 sheep, !.-!«- ford to Longreach, C. Avery owner, T. Pennington in charge. Miss Muriel O'Malley g&ve a sacred end classical concert on January 13th. in conjunction with the Town Band and Miss Clare Folhergill, and a con cert in conjunction with the Longreadi Ambulance, on the 15th instant. Both were well attended. One of the most proficient of our lo cal sporting bodies is the Rugby League Sports Committee, which has finalised arrangements for a big picnic at -ha River on the 26th instant. After the meeting, a social was held nt Mr. S. Byrne's residence, us a send-off to Con Dvavbrav \j j_ri tun, vt *4V£ V» HO O....

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

^liu^ytr^JLZtr^1\iCIetk' »????' ??rlna. over which northsrn flood-bound tr«ln» must pm to reaeh Rocktumpton.

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

AwttiwwTTM wcpedftlen; wMeh It led by Dr. S. YT. Kemp, Is to study wftalet, with the ebjdet ef »are

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COUNTRY. NEWS WINTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

a&ownnesji Mil WINTON. In December, there came into the dis trict 3l',750 eheep, 682 catlte, liW horses, departed from the district, 31,623 6heep, 192 cattle, 141 horses; movements within the district, 19,010 Eheep, 302 cattle and 1G1 horses. The Standard Shearing Co. finished the, rrnfcrliitii* nf flii.000 kIippd at Elders lie on Friday last. The same team com menced work at Dagworth on Monday. Contractor Chae. Wellington started pn the Westlands sheep yesterday. Traffic earnings at the local railway station, for December show a substantial increase over the same mouth in 1928. The revene for December, 1929, was £3249 2s., and for December, 1928, £2736 13s. 8d. At the usual monthly meeting of the Winton Council on the 9th Dr. P. N. Grieve (chairman) presided. In re ference .to impounded horses, a letter from the Council's solicitor (Mr. T. J. Quilter) stated that in aeoei'dance with the Act, the Council could destroy any horses immediately after being im pounded, if conside...

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THE BUFFALO FLY PEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

THE BUFFALO FLY PEST. So much has been itated both wilt respect to the advance of the buffalo fly toward the western districts of Queensland from the Northern Terri tory, as well as to point cut that the same fly has been in the Territory for over 40 years without making any appreciable move south, that the time seems opportune to test out the op posing claims. To help scientists who are engaged in biological research to contend with the pest, we ask owners and managers of stations in the far west to state how far from the western border of Queensland have they actually seen this fly. Whenever possible, a speci men of the fly should be sent along for identification, as it is just possible that some of the alarmist reports arise from cases of mistaken identity. An immense advance on the present conjectural position will have been made when we are able to state with some degree of accuracy the eastern uuu ouuiiiciu uuuia ui uiio uJa IL then will be possible to ascertain whether this l...

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

^???????????????????????????????????????BRBIiBHHHaiHaBHBiBaBHmBBiBUDBBBBVBBHMKSHHHBiMaMBaaKBIHBHBaHHPiaiHBHHHg | HOLD ON! | | DONT TURN THIS PAGE YET! THERE ARE MANY ITEMS ON IT THAT WOULD | i GREATLY INTEREST YOU. YOU'LL FIND THE MOST CHARMING STYLES, AS ? j WELL AS SOUND QUALITIES, IN THIS ASSORTMENT OF GOODS THAT WE OFFER, j FEMININE HOSIERY. jpnH^'^ ? The Season's Most New- L^^SMPi ' est Shades, are now being wSmki -C^$tf- ? Featured at Lucas/ ft W^^^M \ \ ' LUCASYLK PURE SILK HOSE, vJ WlmmNbik ^HMi V*| in sherry, morn, cha'ire, allure, HMHIHSk^^ aaMs ' I Birabronze, suntan, sable, vanity, B^MKJBJIJaaL. flfiHB I AET SILK HOSE, very smart, K^BSlP - ff if \ ia allure, morn, 6herry, sable, VIljHsS ? | '_ ? ___f] 1 PRESTIGE SILK HOSE, in mir- / Lfj^fJtWil^ - I age, nymph, chee!: and sunbronze, ^ ?''^Ar ' ? 2/IpaiI cvrifvPJvn i PRESTIGE SILK HOSE, in new Ol JLmV'jIVM % */ | shades of nymph, cheek, matin, f f ^\ ^1 f* | French blonde, 4/6 and 4/11 pair. Ul VSH I PRESTIGE SILK HOSE, in...

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

BREMNER'S CLEARANCE SALE. Here are some Attractive Bargains from every section, and each is of splendid quality. Choose now from these Low Prices and don't miss these Wonderful Values. SCHOOL WEAR NEEDS FOR BOYS. | LADIES' COTTON VESTS BOYS' KNICKERS. BOYS SUITS. F0R 1/U BOYS' COTTON TWEED BOYS' BENGAL TWEED SUITS LADIES' FINE QUALITY COT KNICKERS, in neat stripe design, with half belt, and three patch tqn VESTS, no sleeves, with i:..i strongly made, with belt loops, also pockets, excellent suit for school in Bengal Tweed. Usually sold 2/6 wear. Usually sold 7/6 suit ; row shoulder straps and draw tape SALE PR,ce ? i/i, hfc SAU PWCE ? S/' Suit ?— — ? «? * ' ?-?''*' BOYS' WASHING SUITS in line. Usually sold 1/6 each ; BOYS' DARK GREY COTTON Crash and Drills, in neat stripes GABERDINE KNICKERS, neatly or plain material, with three patch SALE PRICE ? 1/lJ Each. sewn — a good strong serviceable pockets, splendid washing materials. ^ ? material for school wear, with belt Usually sold 11/...

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BRUTAL ASSAULT. ON PRISONER. SYDNEY, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

BRUTAL ASSAULT. ON PRISONER. SYDNEY. January 26. Herbert Fielding, 40, of Alexandria, lies in hospital in a critical condition 'is a result of a brutal attack by a fellow prisoner in a cell at the Rediein police station last night. Fielding was arrested last night on » about 20 others. Later, the 6tation police heard fighting in the cell ani rushed to the spot. When they subdued the knot of struggling men, they dis covered Fielding on the floor un conscious. He was taken to hospital with a f raetured skull. One of the other prisoners was sub- j sequently charged with inflicting grevious bodily harm. It is alleged thar the man struck Fielding on the jaw, knocking him dowu and then kicking him. Other prisoiic-rs went to Fielding's *8* sistance an-i were themselves attacked, one man receiving a severe cut abov ; tlie eye.

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