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VATICAN COURT. FIRST CASE. VATICAN CITY, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

VATICAN COURT. FIRST CASE. ' VATICAN CITY, January 29. Guieseppe Paolis, who was caught extracting coins from an alms box at St. Peter's with a piece of whalebone smeared with birdlime, was the iiret offender tried in the Vatican court. He obviously enjoyed the sensation until a sentence of three months caused bis smiles to fade. The court house has not yet been erected, and the trial was held in a small room in the Papal gendarmeiia barracks. The President, the judges and the.' counsel were arrayed in rich black vel vet togas lined with crimson. The prisoner was a small thin man and was escorted by two magnificent gendarmes. I The judges refused to hear the defend- ' ing counsel's plea of Italian law, which prescribed that a sentence of three months' imprisonment had to be mitigat ed by canonical mercy. The court ordered that the whalebone be confiscated.

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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MISS MURIEL O'MALLEY. BARCALDINE CONCERT. BARCALDINE, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

MISS MURIEL O'MALLEY. BARCALDINE CONCERT. BARCALD1NE. February 1. The Shire Hall was crowded lash night on the occasion of Miss Muriel O'Malley's concert in aid of the hos pital, ♦?'??» door takinss - — 'uited feo £60. , The ; teongstres3 delighted the audience and was recalled over and brer again. S»—. undoubtedly is th-i best contralto heard in Barcaldine. Shj WCeived a great reception and -was the recipient' of numerous bouquets and chocolate*.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

ni.NEAPPLES. large and deliciuus. P, 'i * per N bush. casp. HONEY, best quality, 27 /G per 60 \h. \\. a. BEAN. Boy J7, Palmwoods. Q.

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SHEARING AWARD. BREACH ALLEGED. WINTON, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

SHEARING AWARD. BREACH ALLLGED WIXIO-N, January -«? A breach of the shearing award a alleged to have taken place in August as a result of which summonses were issued against several shearers for par ticipation whilst shearing was in pro gress at Dicks Creek vools-hed, Kynuna road, where the Local Works Syndi cate had the, contract. 1 1. was allege*1 that they failed to 'hem sheep which had been yarded for ??' least, tour hours. The first -;aiiifi on for homing in the Industrial Court, early in December be fore Mr. A. E. Schwarlen, Industrial Magistrate, and was subsequently ad journed to January 21st, after several witnesses had been examined, to per mit of the production of more evidence Further evidence was then tendered and a further adjournment granted to the 28th. No further evidence was offered. After addresses by counsel the ma?!.' trate reserved his decision until to day. Thp. question of wet sheep, as dettJ mined by a majority of the shearers, was not considered, although a...

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JANUARY RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

JANUARY RALNi'ALL. 1930. Av. for January Ada vale ? 4 19 2.50 Alice ? 1.4*5 3.77 Alpha ? 2.52 :i.88 Anakie ? 7.80 4.17 Aramac ? K.80 2.98 Ayrshire Downs 7.44 3.81 Banana ? 6.5i» 4.24 Baralaba . . . . 5.8C :-.62 Barcaldine .. .. 1M 3.18 Bauhinia Downs 7.3! 4.61 Biloela ? 7.2o B.42 Blackall ? 4.8K 2.91 Blackwater .. .. 3.0.: 4.4.i Bogantungan . . 6.7h 4.95 Boulia ? IS 1.77 Bo wen ? 20.4ti 10.20 Bourketown .... 8.7 l '8.31 Calliope ? 24.62 5.80 Camboon ? 6.70 4.25 Camooweal .. .. 1.61 4.01 Capella ? 2.44 4.22 Clermont ? 7.7P 5.12 Cloncurry .. .. 7.0i! 4.52 Collaroy ? 8.7(1 8.82 Comet ? X2-- 4.79 Cooradft .. .. .. S.48 4.74 Dingo ? 7.til 5.35 Donor's Hill .... 7.71 8.18 Duaringa ? 7.40 6.24 Duchess .. ... .. 2.i;J 3.73 Emerald ? 3.13 4.45 Emu Park .... 23.2- 8.44 Gladstone ? 17.0^ 7.69 Granada ? '.68 7.00 Gracemere .. .. 23.5w 5.44 Headingly ? 87 2.34 Hughenden .. .. 6.17 5.00 Ieisford ? 6.7.? 2.46 Jericho .. .. .. 2.20 3.55. Jundah ? 4.10 ?.98 Kabra ? 7- IS «.?»:. Kynuna .... ... 11.8'...

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A BIT OF OLD ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

A BIT OF OLD ROCKHAMPTON. This !? a view of Rockhampton ot ^5 showing East «tre«t from the lop end A(i th-. buildinci* have lona ?Ince been replaced, and few, If any of the nafn%t on the ,lg*board. will oe'U,aet w,tn t0 day'

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"SCAMP." [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

' SCAMP.' (Written by Elsie lront-. The day had been hot and du&fy, The stockmen arrived at their camp, But, alan! there was someone missinp. 'Twss the boy they called the ' Scamp.' He had left: fbe camp that morning, Riding » touchy mare, He took no heed of tbe warning, That his mates had given there. At night they went searching' Sor him, They came back solemn and sad. For there on top of tbe mountain rim. Stiff snd cold they found the lad. (No. of points 6),

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RIDDLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

KIDDLES. (Written by Elsie Irons). -?.— What flower it very valuable ? A.— The Daisy, because it hat a gold hearl. Q.— Why -io we like tbe 'Herald?' A.— Because its newsy (new. see.) (No. of points 8.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

P ^— — — —»Wi »—»?»»? w^ww:— —iimb^ — »w ss^sssssss— sssm—- — ^^^^^^^^^^^L,^__^H— L^m^.^^^^^^^^^^^—— ^^—^IW^B^— ^—i^iM^X ~HUGE SPOT7 GASH SALE! 1500 PAIRS OF MANUFACTURERS' SAMPLES. TO BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST. WHY PAY MORE? LUCAS SELLS FOR LESS. PATENT BLONDE OR B1EGE ; ^^^3i|| TAK BAR CREPE SOLEE. m BAR SHOES, similar to picture. ^|jj|g| , 'TuAlBOV' SHOES. In picture, 11 to 1, 9/7; 2 to T 11/ ,„ . ifi/ii i various colours,' as picture. ? ? A}! '*» ? ?- ??- 16/H ' 8« 4 only ? 10/tl , ? .. MEN'S CALF OR PATENT ^^^^W SHOES, genuine welt, 5 to 10. TAy BUCKLE 'BAR TAN MILITARY BOOTS, stout SHOES, good welt soles, as ' ? 18/11 picture, 3. to 7 .. .. 19/» soles. 8 to 10. LUCAS .. 15/11 ~ THOUSANDS OF OTHER BARGAINS! '''? PARCELS SENT C.O.D. OR V.V. PLEASE ADD U. POSTAL K WITH CASH ORDERS. J. A. Lucas & Sons BOX 290. 'THE LEADING SHOEMEN,' . ROCKHAMPTON. ^?*s*s*w»M«s**sMW»Wstfss*Mss#i-ss«stos*s*^**W****Mfc^

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Childerns' Corner [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

[?] [?] I!' Dtit Nieces and Nephews, By ?he rime -hi.' paper ™arhes you, Jon Till all 'have oommenced school ajsin. and holidays ?'?ill be a thins: of the pasr. I know vou are all Koing to work tail thit year. 1,0 make a t-uecesf o( \n\ir lessons. 1 was very pleased to read in the papers the names of »nany of my Covnentes who passed the Junior snd Scholarship examinations, and I hope those ntudyinp for exams, will be just as successful This war The hkies are still dripping moisture on to the well -soaked earth, and we are threatened ?with floods on all tides. I sincerely hope that. none of my nephews will be endangered hj ihe flooded waters, and that all their homes vill be quile pai-. Besr wishes to my nieces and nephews »ll t-\er ihf Stale. —'UNCLE SAM.'

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CORNERITES' COMPETITIONS. UNSUITABLE DRAWINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

! CORNERITES' COMPETITIONS. I NSL'ITABLE DRAWING*. The following drawings aie noi up. to the ?Uncard nf publication:— ''On Guard.'' '411 Smiles.' '?The Holly Leaf,' 'Trying His *itw Pip'.' (unsigned and done id blue ink;, 'Lit- THE BOSS. ' (Drawn by Madfce Cluett. No. Of , point*. 5). tie Cock Hobin' ana 'A. Frog' 'A Blue Sri.' 'Lik* His Daddy.' 'A LittU Robin 'Mr Crow.' 'The. . Kookaburra* Cho™' »' Beater.'; 'Picking Aprlcs.' 'Wild Flow art.' 'Pussy's Pinner,' ?'Three of a Kind 'The1 Piwette Girl' i« not well drawn, and it onlv half Hnish-a. 'Sweet. »s a Rose ' show! rjroraise. but. hke the 1s«t. mentioned drawing. if uor finished.

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WELCOME RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

WELCOME FAIN. (Written by VaJmae Lynam.) ?What a blessing the Tain ban come; The s'ason should now be a prosperous one, With all 'he pound, people have got. They wb should have a jiarden piot. Besides keening expenses down. It's a healthy exercise from Grandma flown, (No. of points 4.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

R)sterClarfe *v Custard ^^^V The housekeeper never f^£s MB&^^»i need he at her wit's end mHS^3?sA to know what to serve -^0Km ^^^^\^^ asdessert, so long as *c i iXlJR-* M- she has FOSTER Will I W^&Qf) CLARK'S CUS m. ^v JlJif =^rf^Plk* TARD i' the home. ^^^^^.^^^^^'-^F J^l\ She neverneed worry Vn»i»yN^i^ W&' r J **er guests» or t^16 lMKi^~~'^2p' Jf'4 kunHy- Whether ser iffBpl^ /ffitffflk ^ ved with stewed fruit, ____JfflBfc«?^lgEr|=^^S& Jr'^^l* lard, or as a sauce ^jgg: ^§0!p it is equally ap ^ ? =- ^—^*^^ predated. Insist on Foster Clark's and take no substitute, u- » Sm^ ^^ B ^^ ' X^Ul mBI P^a& -£*£K&3 j ,' *^SaO^S

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ARTHUR'S PETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

ARTHUR'S TETS. MVrit i en by George Sander*). uthur livel in the country. He had no i ple'DiateE. but. he was wy happv. T1is '-i|»er I bad' bought him r little pony and he called to Dobbin He was R very obedient pony, and took irreat rnr-- of Arthur. Arthur wjs very ford of h'S pony and would not let anybody *lw ride it BPsiHee his pony, ne naa a P«» of pigeons, also a pair of canaries. Arthu; ?ras neve- tired r-f his pets. He would get up ?»rlv and teed them before breakfast. After breakfast, he would take his pony lor a drink. One day as he wkr feeding hi* pigeons, he jot a srrear surprise. There was on egg in the nest. He run into the house snd told nis mother tl*e ne««; she also waB delighted. Af ter a lonjr time, the eggs were hatched, and to Arthur? delight, there were «ome little Pi^eoDS in rhp tfvK They were tunny looking 'rreatureE. with no feathers, but Arthur loved their just 'he same, for he knew if taken cave n!. th-' vioiiM romi be fine bird» /ike their parent* (No. it...

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A MT. LARCOM WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

^SiiiStfT. LARCOM WEDDING. Mr. and Mrs. Huntley, 'Melrose,' Mt. Larcom.

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MY PUPPY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

MV FUPPV. fWritten by Gloria Smith i 1 have a little puppy. He has e roat of brown. He walks aJon? bflside me, Eaeh ilav I go to town. 'Rusty.' i« mv puppy's name. With him I love to play a game, 1 p)?v with him all the day. Hf would tni«s me if I went aw»: (No. of points i--

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HG AND HER BEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

TH5 AND HER «KA»S. (Written by Barbara Elliotl). One aay Tijt and her beais Wect into town to buy »om» rliaim, On her way home it started t.o rain. | And they had to go back to town again. They took t,he!ter under a nearby tree. And heard a voice shout— 'Who ian I see*' Tijr, looked up and mi\v a little mou*\ Who had ran awsv from hii mother's house. (-o. of points i.)

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FOR THE TALL GIRL [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

FOR THE TALL GIRL jj A coat frock of medium weight 'un- finished' wool, in beige tone, Mil featuring the new side flare. Th» decorative button* at the waist heighten the garment'* wrap effect. I ve fixed a davit o'er the quilts, To let them into bed. 1 know for sure the car's alright, I think it's anchored on a root, Whilst swimming home to bed last night Through the hood I put my foot. A month ago we prayed for rain, We nov recall that plea, . ,-. I'd love to sse the land again *v* In place- of this gnat sea. Hi ~~~~~~ ' ? ii* A. W;.. pulls, on hip boott and wade^J iu : — ? ^1 Is the rainy season, 0, ' Tiirough the wet and mud we go, - Splash ! splash ! Splash ! ] But the lassies laugh and sing, Joy unto their homes they bring, Splash ! splash 2 Splash '2 And the brave hearts of the lads Beat in unison with Dad's, Ho ! Ho ! Ho ! Fading through the long wet grass, Many raging torrents pass, Ho ! Ho ! Ho ! Now the weeds and grasses, too, Quickly through the earth push through, Grow !...

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CASUALTIES [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

- — -* ^0 ' ShuCtup ' : In passing a rope over j a pulley you have only altered the direction of the strain. Only if you Focure the hauling part— i.e., the part that goes to the winch, horse, man, or inule — to the weight being hoisted do you halve the strain on the other part. Ycur Ambulance ticket 'also ran.' 'Harold Wegert' : For the second time NO : ' Bunyip ' : The same has been re corded on the high authority of unly ing seamen, of dog fish and sharks, J.J.H. (Planet Downs) : Order placed with Federal Prees, Ltd. here. ' June Ashley ' : ' Horace and The Koyal Lion ' in unconvincing, as also is 'Sea Colours.' ? ' Mrs. Lance Rawson ' : ' Teddie ' strains the license accorded even to journalism. '? Rollo Bunting ' : Nothing in unat: tractive catalogues. Eiderdown went to their long sleep. ' Edro ' : Pars in both Eve's Domain end Farmers' Parliament are paid for. ' Wanderer ' : Iguana oil in contact with dairy cow's seems to carry a risi of tainting. ':Nightcall' Dissertation on p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

An undated Charles I. Exeter or Truro Unite was recently sold for £305 at Sotheby's, London. ?*«enti— W. BfcEOKELS $ 00, LTD, BocJthamjto., ? J. W. JONES , LTD ARE OFFERING SPECIAL VALUE FOR THE MAN ON THE STATION AND ON THE LAND. SHIRTS. HBhH ^ f?\ 0H|Hh! ^ Pockets Oxford fl^^^HB ?* lfl^^H^BH Shirts, in Blue and TROUSERS. ^flBfej9S& Good Strong Working ^|. j4^^^T ^^^^^K^bt or cross pockets and / / llllllll ////iflnWW UHul quality turn up bot ililfBF '10/64lI/fc /////////////////linB^' Ridin* Twisi ?'''«'- illHI'i ' MnBB* go.od **''* cloth* Shop by Post and Save Money. We Pay Freight on All Cash Orders. J. W. JONES , LTD, EAST-STREET, ROCKHAMPTON. . ? . . ? _lj_JlMjm_-. T

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