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SHARK ATTACKS BOY. SYDNEY, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

shark ATmem;!Bpx* , SYUkliV. VDwuiubur ilk''- - . .'l-rriule 'injufit's, rcBulting \- in .';h|» . dciuth, wer« ' tUstainetl ' by William Oak ley, ,1*»-*. whu 'was attacked by a large' sliai'k at While . Bay,' Baluiau', to'-day.: .', .'i'hc, monster tbra iJT tlii^jpy's. kit iitm, j?as1ad ;his thidi;'bit»wff.I*iume oi him right iidnd'and u4niost»dibt«tnbowcllcil liiui. ? . . ? ? . :????'/ ' ' ' -' ? ' ? ,i(ie victim died soon. after hieing taken froiuvthc!\va\cr. \ .«, , ' ': ? ? ? ? Oakley wi'th.'^veiiil-counjii-uioiis, ...wa» -?« iuiriiitiy o/r the*, ^har,f 'at. tf^ld; ^tK-k, « liieh'1 it* 1;iinivn as 'a 'h'aui^ for' aharjii. kiiJ* resident^ liaVc '? repeatedly . warjjcj i*i« ruoys of their (Janget'.. '_;«\viuiniiii^ there. . ? .- ' ^ ' V^.v. )\* v' ' ?Oakley ;w'hs having' his: lii|'al 'swim bu toi'ij leaving ' the \vatur, wheW^llis cupi--. paniojis, .who. 'were pressing., &&\\ Oakfey dibapiwar, , and J the * watcH rapidly hq cainc blood starred. ?* ' '. '*'. ' '' ' ...

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MODERN BANDITS. SYDNEY, December [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

MODERN B^Nfe bVDKEY.'iDcteni&r. SI.' The -.entire contents fof.-*k'. 'mail 'bag, tontaiiii tig registered- articles/ were «to len from tha ? steuiiiei-tvifargifla, ' M;hieii fltnyed in Sydney to.-day. i ? . . , The,1 aitiele?^ .were '''.of -gceat. value, many of, the packages containing gold. ' ' -The thieves, operated ?'xvith -the ut- ' most daring and-patience: '.'Ihev ,cut ' no . tc aer than eight ; ltfaSl '. bags before they' found the one. .wlufch' doutaihed the rich . booty. ? r v . : - ': The officers ';, on ? faoitrdt the -ship are greatly jpertyrbed, «s v» are-. tfte* poifaf ' officials in ^Rabptu* a-nd? Sydney. ^ i Pofctal Uttectiyes have liecii Jnstruclcd to, iuqiiutq juto :the^c4fce, whifch is the ' worst mail^robbery+for several years. , Wirelesg , messages, ihave^fceeti sent to ?the^pftstmasj.eii at^:Rah-iiu| asking him, to.ao-p|)eiato1.w|t?h^i4it^of^cialsiin 6ydneyr in , dflterm.intng.i^e ?*natm'e - a*u£' apprpprjiate'ralue iof'tlw-Btjolen- goods. ? It |s fear...

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

jL *?!!( t it i ? |-U| II ||IHIIIMIIHt1il'»m**t ???Illlt Mill II 'II 111111111111 IIIIIMIMMIIIIIttllll*lMlll*t1lll.iMll Mtltl ^ttUi«»A-^***IIIIIIIIIIW ^ ? ! CHRISTMAS TIME IS GIFT TIME. I ' I Kind thoughts at Christmas are always appreciated ? but | 1 friends will treasure d Gift however small, because it Is a | I tangibfe expresiiion af ytou,T goodwill. ' I' { PERFUMES, SPRAYS, FACE POWDERS, I I COLOGNES &c. ' I I AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL PURSE?. ^ '! , | ! L A. WILKINSON (NORTHERN) UMllEt) , rl i DISPENSING CHEMISTS, ^ -* . '- ' ' !:,' Jb--V--I* ? I .THONE2U6. ''-'7^* R^HAMP;T9N- ' - | . * J9Vl*IIVI-lltlllllll|ltllltafllllllllll||ltlfflfffMt||lllll|MltllttlllllintlltlllltlflllllllHIIMIIMIlltlllttfMI|ltff|lllllltl*l*fllHVtfllftlrtlfeUft 5 t ?? ' ? . ~ i . ??'. '?''? . **f . ? J ? l ' ? ? ? . my ?: ' '^j|'J^' | '?- ' ' kodak p^i^Ts^ckih^^^Jf^.' . ???. . . ? ^^????^PbL^ abiolutely vpcrmanent, clear .' T tyfMN ---; 1 ? % \# MU W% * and fuU of,a4ail^ciigh.tmgi ? ffLni - -^ ? - KOD...

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ITALIAN ART. LONDON, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

ITALIAN ART. LONDON', December oO. The exhibition of Italian paintings, .opened at Eurlinglon House, which London owe* primarily to the generous cnthujiam of Signor Mussolini, is tlic most remarkable collection of \vork6 of art ever collect ed under one roof. ' The only fear is that the very per fection of the collection inav defeat the o!j:-ci of the exhibition. The lirst day's crowd was of such i lm?e dimensions that -thousands were turned away irom the doors, and thote who were lucky enough to reach the galleries had the greatest difficulty in seeing the treasures. livery phase -of Kpnaissance art isij represented. There is an astonishing ? series of loth and 16th century master pieces in the centra! galleries where! Botticelli's 'Venus,' and the famous'] 'Caluninv' hang, and nearby is Geor-, tone's 'The Tempest.' This picture j is 6aid,.to be the most \alua,b.le pjcUire 'fn' t?!«* world and is iii^urccj ' wv ' £5O(3#- ?- '«J',,1',;S:-.'\ Thq( collection includes %hv ,a tYjjP/hj ...

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EMU PARK "On the Sea." [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

»!fi!liaiffiaiHiHiaiSBiffi*3!Sai!n*»ai!nai»3»ai3»»-=naiai:;naia'ai-1''1- ? I EMI) PARK ^©iij the #en^ BY CON. DWYER. Nature was in lier^jsrtndMt-.wpi ,vbeu she gave us E«^*sEy«vitWU* incomparable bettchefr^'aud JtHry- im«U. This beautiful haven of rest, is clo« to Eockbampton, -connected by a good road and excellent train service.- As a 6Caside resort no place in Australia has Hi ciual. The hamlet is^ilt on a nicely elevated promontory, oue -.no* of which is wooded, with uatuial ehadc trees to the water's edge. This is the Botanical Gardens, well appointed tor picnic parties, and adjoining. the Rail way Station ; . an ideal natural picnic ground Tinder, a .shady canopy. Tueic is a gradual rise to' the 'Bluff, whereon the hottest days are ^tempered; with delightful zephyrs. In the winter liie climate is superb, a revelation to tour ists and visitors. The Country Women's Association are an active and progres sive body, tireless in their efforts tor the cdinfort of visitors. They Have ...

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AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A BLUE-TONGUED LIZARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A BMJE-TOXGUED LIZARD. (Written by Jack Langford.) it' was born on an old deserted tennis court, Atibut six of us popped our heath above the ground at the same lime and a little l-oy .came, along and roared out to his mate: 'Ciunc along here. Bill, nnd have a look st these funny things ! ' They jerked us out of the bole and turned us over on our backs and .'sides. One fellow kept trying to stand me von mv bead, then on my tail, and on my hack, I didn't like tbe look of him, nor thi way he acted, I tbbuebt he was very -rue). {lizards can feel pain just as well as boys and d»'s. One of these boys had some sense and when the other fellow would cease trying to null m' UU off. he got such a kick that b' wont home crying. 1 T iiiihi- out of an egg that had ? soft shell «nr ctrrrs are laid and nobody looks after thorn. The hen sits on her cgc;E. hut our pj;et »r» laid and covered up and left to take car* Of themselves. Iguanas cat our cg^s some times. Alter coming out of m...

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"UNCLE SAM'S" LETTER BAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

- UNCLE SAM'S ' LETTER BAG. Terence Lawlcr. Emmet Downs, writes :— There was a shower of rain and we got one iiicu, and ninety iioiuts of ruin. 1 have got 31 waJLuon ckhw Mv brother It home from school for eight weeks. I got eeveu weeks from tchool. With bed vUhes. Bill Leahy, llughendcn, writes :-f ant sorry for not writing, I have betn too lazy. How many Corn'crkei have you 1 Is it very hot down at Itockhamptou f It is very hot up here. I wish you und the Corner u Happy Glirislmas nnd a prosperous New Year. (I must have about a billion Comertlcs now Kill. Pltase don't ask me to count them on such a hot day. Thanks for vour trood wishes). Evelyn Timm. Blloelu. writes :— I am scud ing two more drawing* ana u piece of poetry, at I want to fftt a hundred points. I (ot i lovely manicure act from the Christmas Trr» Ht tchool. It is very hot to-day. I would like to go {or a twlm. Our cotton is out in (lower now; Uncle Sam, won't wv iiave « big 'Children'* Corner' when the children Iron) ...

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BRITAIN AND SOVIET. LONDON, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

BRITAIN AND SOVIET. LU.NDON, IVceiiibcr C6. Tlie text is issued o(-.tli-s 2\utL%.« ? exchanged oh ]3ei.-embi-r iluih bulwii'ii tns j newly appointed .Soui!t..Awiljassadoi' u- ? Loiid.ou (5l. dukuJnikoli'j and t lie :4iriLi.-h ; Fureijyi. Secretary (Mi'. Arthur ilvtidoi - '. -un() nj»-ardin» prupajjundu. j 51. Sokoluikoff, in liis Note, reiei» to ? rj clause 7 ol tlic |-ruii'cul. wiyiicd otiOctobei |i[ old laet by tin: Soviet Ambassador 11; p Paris mi b'ehali ul tlic £o\iel Uokern | ' intiit and by Mr. [icudirsou on buliaiJ ?j of ilie Biiiisii i.iuvei tiineiit, in. w Inch Imlli j -juve*'iiiuciil» t'ii,u^.'t-'d tln'fiisflus lo -:ou- \ i'.i.m tlie jilcd^o icyiiidiu^ propaganda, ' iL'iitaiiltd in article 1G ot the ?jcirjru I liealy -i;4ML'd *j:i August Sth, l'.)-l, bu j ''eeiu llic lniuii ol tlic !;-i\iet bueiulis. J Republic and tjreat Hiii.iiii. ! I He repeats ihe terms of that. ameiH :J ?'hidi :u? u» follow:- ; — ] *i ' llTe i.-ijiilracliir^ p;u tie.- solemnly | J ? a 111 nil liiuir ...

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NAVAL CONFERENCE. PARIS, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

NAVAL CONFERENCE. PAK1S, December 17. The text of the French Uovirn incut's memorandum lm& been cotniiiu li if.l ted to the Five Powers. After reference Ui -ca i-otiiiuiinicalioii by both Great ?Britain and France, il adds: -'Jt is possible for Hit1 Mediteriu Mean .Powers tu arrive ut an agreement of mutual guarantees of nuii-aggres*n-n, in which other Powers, not ici.rei-ci'Ud at the naval conference, notably -Spaii,, would be re]jrui-i'iitud.' The document geiierally indicates pre ference for limitation of the total ton nage, but declares France's rcH-Ifncss to adhere to the couiproiliite regulating the distribution of tonnage among different classes of ships. Frtnce points out that (he- tonnage nevessflry for its naval requirement* stands in close relation to the gtnetftl level of armaments. The memorandum contends that the re duction of armaments should be based on article 8 of the League Covenant.

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RAILWAY UNION. SYDNEY, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

RAILWAY UNION. SYDNEY, December iO. inteiL'st in the coal situation will again lie centred in Sydney to-morrow, owing to two applications tliut wil; come on for Injuring before the Cliiut .lusticc (Sir Adrian Kuox) in | the High Court. Tbe recent ollvr by the Common wealth (jlovernment for u suttlemt f:t o! the dispute will probably form ? Hit principal topic of discussion ut a meei iny of the northern miners' lodges ai Newcastle to-morrow. As the Council of the Miners' Kuderu tiou has rejected this offer, it is' con sidered unlikely that it will' receive Diurli support. 'i'iie Australian Kuihva.vV Union lute passed the following motion concui'iiiiijt the death of the miner. No:maii Brown, at Kothbury : — '' Thin State Coiifi«:' declar..v thai the shooting of Norman JJroivu uuu oilier miners uas tl:.1 most criuiiiial act that the. Sttite police force hu; yet been guilty of. Tlie' fact, that a ' Miiiis-lcr-. of rthe Crown mid t!ie polite ', force' c'liispirctivjn 'this act proves tha...

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COAL CRISIS. MINERS ARMING SYDNEY, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

COAL CRISIS. MINERS ARMING SYDNEY- Dtr-mb, ^r Grim reports that miners are organising in secret for an armed attack on Rothbury have again begun to circulate on the coalfields. Some early morning in lite near future will see the arrival of a band of picked men at the gates of the mine, according to reports from interested parties. One man from the South Maitland field, discussing the mat ter last night, said: 'I have sworn in to-dav to be readv when necessary.' He declared that, in spite of the search by the police, he still had his gun, and he knew others similarly placed. Pressmen were warned to keep away from Rothbury for a few weeks, as it was going to he a dangerous place. The man who said he had a: gun declared the: .people of New South Wales would know all about the mineral defence, corps before the coalfields quietened down. ',.'.... The moderate men, hdwever, hope these statements .will, be fcund to be only bluff. They- are looking to the High Court for a favourable decisio...

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THE LITTLE ROBIN RED BREASTS NEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

J UK I.IITM-: ROBIN RED BREAST'S NEST. (Wiiilcn by Arthur Moore). Oi-p toM winter's niornluK nty brothcrr and ii.\-.-lf wpti! tin- :i walk up inlo thclaner wood] -.nib behind our neiglibom'E place, for some :?? .in tn-lla* Miikf. \\bilp my bri.ilicr Charlie »-a- ciiltiiij; a f-kk ' .- lirtiMl J f.-iint ' til-lil'' :inH on looking n|i 'i -jw a .bifji^' little Kobiu KcJ Brcaet titt i..; .,n her i*St. Tin.- i.i'-t «av rxacilv the same as a 'Willie Viy T:ii !'-'? t-p!-t. The week after we went :?[, :M,\ bail a look in ibe nott and it had iwo litlli- e-^:'^ in it. Tho next week we went 'ii ^;:iiii uml found atiolher litilc -?i?g ill tl*1 lT-i. After llii-ee weeks we went /tp and, lo'.r! n-aiii. -i'liif iinic we wrro all fleliffMe') !-, fin.! three pretty little Robin Red Breasts in ili' n^t. . -? Ut-tuniinp to-thp'Eanie plate a fortnight After wr foiinil th.it the yonn; ones had been blown l.y iIip wind out -if the nc«t, for we har1_a I'pn-p wind plorm (iiiiiiig (lie week. We were -II \n...

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

?X', W mM -A T A N E w M|tows. ^3HA||)WS IN 1.' A proven 'slrecfSs in Australia. Light r»f draught''1— -st-ron^Jj- constructed — unique il!\-i*rn. ' **Jv\*liakatans ' has ono I eet of liarron-A that, run be used for j I'.we* tvpos of cultivation,^ as follows : — 1.— As n lonj tine Harrow for cultivating from furnw to seed, bed. ^^ '2. — A bh-»rt tine harrow. For prepar in» set4 bed f«r top dressing or for renovating of grassland. j.— Ar b covering harrow. For corer inj efcd bed and spreading ot j-it'mal droppinps. PRICES : £ k d. L\'M Weight 1 Section Cuttlnjr. !! ft. ...... 6 0 0 Light \Teiglit l2 Section Cntlin? 0 ft. fi in. .... 12 O O Liglit 'Weight :J SeetioB Cutting. 10 ft ? W © « Mcdirm Weight 1 Section - Cutting. » ft. ...... 6 IS 0 Medium W-ilprlit -2 Section Cutting. 6 ft. 6 in. .. 13 10 O Medium \Vcifflit 3 Section Ciittin-r. 10 ft. ...... 20 5 O lor Ktlditlonul sections of 3 ft. otcb tlic price* nre :— — f s.,d. Lisht Wplsht. per ft. .. .« 2 0 0 Medium Weight, per ft:.. ...

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

King Poley — £16 yj. Werner Collars I\ iom wx« MounUd- / / k FIRST i»RJ2Jfl R'rav SHOW ^^ // mlk Pnlov ^a^-. / ///\ KVERY YE&B that Competed. jd^SS^V // M$h * OIB*» y^Prr^v / /£[:& Retired UNBEl'iExN. J^T^^N^ y/j0!y) £1fi/5/ fffiT^ ;^v / /Jmi some ftEcoitD 1 1 : ^TAt^st — *5Z&sir/ *io/o/ Afll !Pi'lJ ^^ ? S^Sr:3 TRY WERNER -ith Counter- P^f^VS^--v Mounted. /// /f ''^m- f(/l/r^^m POLEY IS SOLE AGENT loir /L*T \S I Q. k II /f \Slfl p^«a ' sl-«htly Saddles. tl ji ? /U ^C- j/jL Wkt Wi lower 8cal- n ' e i.- -j ? i V ? ' I // 5^V^-C^\ W II . £15/10/. ueorge Schneider A j ( '//^S$ ^SCNi l \ v '.'?' / ChZI7un&/-OlCy LATE WlliNEkKSCHMiUlBR. \\ ^^ ^ / yL^^^^CZ^X A II Utility Pole/ fla w» .. r- r- V i - \\ 'Siitv // //T'/W W^V^fV \\ I «t«ion Pole'v €12 Write for Catalogue. U ^gj^ 11/ fi J&wl \^S. ^v\ \V II stati£l^ tt/S. \VF?^r'r. \^^l W '-nit' 4 \ /./N ? .-'/ !.,,;i;'m.^ u,-.,,;,,i-Mam^;:!I ,?.'.'??' * R«M-i.- ^di;i.!-- -\ I I ^- ? ^ tn/iu,- i-UUNL ? ICj...

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

EMERALD. One of the most feuccessful functions held at lOnicrald for «omc time watt the fun try dress ball organised in aid ot !St. Patrick's Tennis Club ,on Friday ni^ht. There was a large attendance and many in fancy costume added gaiety to the eveniug's proceedings. Tlie following were the prizewinners:— Vest set.- Spanish Grander 1: best dressed couple, ltajah and Prineevs of Bhong, Miss K. O'tSluiuesy and Mrs. Urotli; best lady's costume, .Miss Joyce Blox som, Karly Vietori.-iii. A euchre tour ament was also conducted, the prize winners being Mr. Ted Baits and Sirs. Thomas. The door .takings amounted to f'ii), and other receipts brought' the .profit from the function to over , £'M. A jazz cap waltz vvrus won ;-y Mr. fS. Klins t;ml Miss I lout. The art union ??oiidtieteu In aid of the convent build ing fund was drav.-ji during the evan ing and the first [rAze .went lo Miss M. (J'Brien, Carina. The monthly meetang ot the Kinerald Hospital Committee was held on Thurs day. The resi...

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

BYFIELD. Byfield seems to be coming in lor quite -a deal of outside notice of late and in this respect we seem to have coine by an able and enthusiastic cham pion iii our old friend, Con Dwyer. He writes: — 'This particular species (Bowen ia) and the ' seedless orange' up to date are exclusively Byflcld pro ducts and ] may further claim that Bytield bananas have topped the market for Australia.' The most pleasing U6|)ect of it all is tlin knowledge that at Ion;; last Byfield and its claims for recognition are be coming known and its natural resources and advantages appreciated. Xot the least pleasing is the faet tlmt our broad minded Yeppoon scribe is big enough lo sec that, in giving Bylield that credit which is its due ar a district apart, YepjwKMi is not in any- sense. depreciated, but by reason of the fact that tho in terest uf the two districts must always fro hand in hand a legitimate boost for Byfield is also a kick in the right direc tion for Yejipoou. It is unfortunate that...

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

FIRST FAVOURITES Mclaughlin's ALE and STOUT. RESCH'S LAGER. DEWAR'S WHISKY. EASX' STREFT, KOCKHAMPTON. | ENINGEEBS & MACHINERY MEB CHANTS. OUR WORKS are equipped with ' Modern Macnine Tools and Ap pliances, enabling us to carry out all classes ol Engineering Work ? AGENTS— Intercolonial Boring Co. PARKINSON MOTORS.— Several jjizes in Stock. We carry all classei of Engineering Requirements, Engines, PumpB, Circular Saws, Etc. NOTICE TO TEAMSTERS AND OTHERS. WE ire prepapea to take HARD WOOD LOG TIMBER fo: mill ing purpeses In any quantities at our -- Sawmills, Lion Creek fioad .cA-tca Downs Line). / ? '«5f HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. For full particulars apply 1= our Mill, back ol Show Groutds. Thon« 860 H. A. SKYRING & SONS. LTD.. SAWMILL2RS AND TWJBEB JjrrTHANTS. Fruit. Cast* and Gelotex tor ? - , Town Office and Yards, Cast and Stanley street, Eockhacp *-n. 'Phone S3. TO Box S3.

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BARCALDINE, December 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

BARCALDINE, December 24. In aid of the hospital X-ray fund, Matron MacDonald and the nursing staff organised a very successful Night in Japan, which was held iu the hos pital grounds last night. There was a large attendance. The takings so far amount to £65 5s. 2d. Mr. C. Lloyd Jones officially opened the new wing of the maternity ward. This wing is a valuable adjunct to the present quarters, which are now most up-to-date and capable of coping with all necessary cases. 'Flee!' 6hj cried. 'You mean fly, don't you?' 'Never mind what insect 1 mean. Run I Pa's coming.'

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COBNERITES' BIRTHDAY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

OOBNERITES' BIRTHDAY CLUB. ' Uncle Sam sendt birthday greetings to tbe following nieces and nephews:— Irene Brown, who was 13 on the ltt Jimury. Joan Ryan, who celebrated her 10th birtbJjj f. the Snd January. Nellie 'Crust, whose Uth. birthday occurred on t'A January. Frances Scsman, who celebrated her birth day on the 4th January. Phyllis Kirkham, whose birthdtr also wis in 4th ' January. Rrtty Marshall, on the 6th January. Midgs Cluelt, who was 18 jn the 7th Janu Wv Maipas. who celebrated her l'Jth birth -L«v on the 8(h January. k very happy birthday to you til. dtar oMldren.

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

BARCALDlNt. The weather remain's warm, with no signs of relieving December rains. It seems that we are not going to receive our Christmas box iu the way of a rain fall as in previous years. Last week the weather has been changeable, hav ing turned quite chilly in' the early mornings on a couple of occasions. A gentleman who had just been visiting the Longreach district informed me that he had never, seen the country looking worse between Longreach and Darr River Downs, where it was very dry and the sheep were dying very quickly. Water holes which had been replenished by re cent rains in other portions of the dis trict, are quickly drying up, and thfe picking is also diminishing. The following are the latest stock movements: — C000 mixed sheep, Saltern Creek to Richmond Hill, Button .Bros. owners, O. A. Egan in charge; 1870 we thers, Caithness to Emerald, R. H. Clarke owner, W. Edwards in charge; 3500 ewes and 98 rams, Saltern -to trucking yards, JT. Tolson owner, J. Skinner in charg...

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