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

Twenty Years' Martyrdom Ended ' / fed satisfied that Kruschen Salts have rid me of long- standing Gout. I suffered over ao years with the awful complaint, and doctoring did me no good at all. I might mention that I lake about half-a-teaspoonful of Kruschen Salts every morning in my tea, and I often wish I had started taking them sooner than I did, as I am keeping in such good health and clear of Gout through taking Kruschen every morning' A Taylor Original letter on file for inspection. Not only has Kruschen conquered his Gout, it has made him, and is keeping him, thoroughly fit and well. The little daily dose sets matters right and ensures natural regularity and a constant state of real hearty fitness. Kruschen Salts At all Chemist* and Stores, 2/9 per bottle. if Kruschen Salts, 249 Geoiyc St Sydney U-Caa

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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PROBATES GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

PROBATES GRANTED. \ain'.'. addrchS. mul iKoupiui-ms- -»t de '?pa-ed. -late of dc-alh. U» whom in-'itai'ia wVk granted, and jfios* ^aluc of ei iftle: — Kfll-BAX|-:. lliiiion. Waller (J.. Our Mile Kfciate. Ipswich. letircil t;uinei . .'ulv Ij ?UI2!); William Hinion. On.- Mile li-- lute, and Mairild M. W'hIUci. Ipswieh. K.and P.. £ J -2!«K. *mi» li. 'IVnti M. (hi 'I hoina- 1. 'iailes. near (ioodntt. letireil public servant. August .'it), lit'i'.l: Tliuina; M. Smtl.h. Ipswicli. ;uul Alnrv K.. Smith, '.orinda. It. i'-.n.l P. i'lol!). ' n. i-i. .lessi' I... 'I'ornici'l.i 'il MkcU^. li.tH hi Wondai. housewife, Mav 'JH. l!t^!l: i;-lw:ml Keid. \\'i-n(i;;i. I'. £ i 10. hi;'.n«. Andrew !?'.. Ooua Vii|p. (ioon ili^indi. ;ia/.iei. April IS. I ',)?-'!?? l.ornn ? '. S Lrwi-..Si. I.eor^o. \«:i--- ?' H Sii\ill 'WKi-ivick. Itima' C. Kvan-. Ml. (ii iilon. .uii I (,viil P. Lewi1:. St. liriwj.' H. anil P t-'rUlo. Corris«i», May V. I t-i..i''u -I'dt-st'-et't. liri-hane, -|iin=l« ??? -f »? I - - i1 'i-!!i...

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ENGAGEMENTS. ROCKHAMPTON, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

ENGAGEMENTS.   ROCKHAMPTON. December 26. The engagement is announced of Belle, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Millroy, Bannockburn, King-street, The   Range, to Norman, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Moors, ' Orepuki,' Beach Parade, Geelong, Victoria. H-XKIIAMIM\'.:. January 1. The enyajieiiieitt is announced of Lance \V. I.cuk. mi:i nf Mr. and Mrs F. N. Leak. lnK'-. Adelaide, to Wini fred, elder dauber nf Mr. and' Mrs C. II. Tlniij-p. Tin- Wav-i, ? Uofklmmp toil.

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

HALBERSTATER-WALSH. St. Bridget's Church, Marrickvelle, Sydney, was chosen for the marriage of Miss Mollie Walsh with Dr. Leslie   Halberstater, eldest son of Mr. Louis Halberstater of Mount Morgan. Rev. Father Phelan, of Lewisham, who off-   iated, was assisted by Rev. Father   Joseph, of Marrickville.       The bride, who is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walsh, of     "Theophane," Marrickville, was given     away by her father.     She wore a gown of white georgette and Chantilly lace, and a delicate note   of colour was introduced by her veil of shell pink tulle, handed with orange blossom. Her pink shoes and stockings   further enhanced the dainty colourings of her choice. Her bouquet was of pink and white gladioli, rosebuds, and maiden hair fern.   The bridesmaids, Misses Helen Cole...

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OBITUARY. MR. WALTER MARKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

OBITUARY. MR. WALTER MARKWELL. The very early colonists, those who   were brought to Brisbane by ships ar- ranged by the late Rev. Dr. Lang, are getting fewer every year. The latest death of such colonists is Mr. Walter Markwell, who died at his residence , Markwell-street, Hamilton, Brisbane on December 18th, aged 82 years. As he was only a baby of six months when he arrived from England with his parents he had resided in that city for   82 years, having arrived in 1849. After his childhood and education, the de-   ceased settled in Bulimba and later took an active interest in land and municipal administration, purchasing land in vari-   ous parts of the rapidlv extending city. He was engaged in the construction of the road to Gympie, after that goldfield   became so important. He claimed to be the first man to attempt the cultiva- tion of oysters in Moreton Bay. He was a man whose activitiesbrought him in- &n...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

    BURNS AND TWIGG LIMITED,                                                     ROCKHAMPTON.                 Established 1875.                 ENGINEERS, IRONFOUNDERS, PLUMBERS,                                 &a...

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THE OLD AND THE NEW. 1875 AND 1930. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THE OLD AND THE NEW. 1875 AND 1930. It was Tacitus who said:— ''All things which are now regarded as of great antiquity were once new, and that which we maintain to-day by precedents will be among the precedents.'' Thus it is that ''The Central Queensland Herald'' is born to-day exactly fifty- five years after the ''Capricornian" first saw the light. The men who then builded the ''Capricornian'' regarded their work with satisfaction, and it was not given to them to see that the time would come when the child of their brain would pave the   way for the paper we have produced to-day. The first copy of the ''Capricornian'' — the front page of which is reproduced here—contained only 960 column inches, or less than one-fifth of those in ''The Central Queensland Herald.'' At that time the western railway line ended at what was known   as Rocky Creek, six miles beyond Gogango, and the total length of railway in the Central Division was 44 miles 68 chains . Now, th...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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OUR SERIAL STORY. All Rights Reserved. "THE ENCHANTED PERIL." CHAPTER XIII. The Doctor Asks a Favour. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

OUR SERIAL STORY. All Rights Reserved.   ''THE ENCHANTED PERIL."   BY     WILLIAM LE OUEUX.   CHAPTER XIII.   The Doctor Asks a Favour.     Sennett was amused at the doctor's attempt to suggest that he was lack- ing in courtesy. At the same time he knew that he could not demand to talk to Warringford in Mrs. Paxman's house. He was determined, however, to meet the doctor face to face on the earliest possible occasion. ''Very well, I will come and see you   to-morrow afternoon, ' he said. ''It will be charming to see you in your home surroundings." "Yes, won't it," said Warringford, allowing his smile to expand more than ordinarily. A few moments later Sennett bowed to Mrs. Paxman and made his depar- ture. When he had gone, the doctor looked approvingly at Mrs. Paxman. "How very well you did it," he said. "You're quite a clever woman, Pax." To this expresion of satisfac...

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CHAPTER XIV. In the Spider's Parlour. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

CHAPTER XIV. In the Spider's Parlour. Along the deeply-carpeted corridors Sennett followed the panther-like ser- vant until they reached Dr. Warring- ford's study. The doctor was sitting at his desk and rose as his visitor entered. His face was grave, and his eyes had contracted to mere slits. There also     seemed to be a kind of greyness over his features which renderd them more sar- donic and forbidding than usual. Sen- nett inwardly compared him with the skunk, which can throw out an aroma at will to baffle its enemies. '' I'm glad you've come.'' said War-   ringford quietly. " I was afraid you   might have forgotten the appointment. " I never forget appointments," said Sennett. "Good,'' replied the doctor. '' Now what was it you wished to say to me at Mrs. Paxman's ? I was sorry to be unable to talk to you there, but one simply couldn't do it in a lady's house. Further, you seemed disposed to make   trouble, and I...

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

HOLBROOK'S Worcestershire SAUCE. Host Holbrook Says:—     "Besides my Worcestershire Sauce, I have Olives from Spain, Olive Oil from France, Indian Chutney, Fish and Meat Pastes, Tomato Sauce, Jellies, Custards, Flavouring Essence, Malt Vinegar and Pickles in great variety."

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

HEENZO INTRODUCES A WON- DERFUL TONIC. Sufferers from nerves, neuritis, in- somnia, anaemia, lassitude, and other ailments, caused by overwork or worry, will be cheered to know that during the last ten years many thousands who suffered from such ailments have re- stored their health and strength by taking HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS,   the famous nerve food and tonic, com- pounded in tablet form for convenience of taking, carrying, and ensuring cor- rect dosage. If you value good health, take a few boxes of HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS. They cost only 3/- per box.

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Poets' Corner BY TRACKS AND WANDERING WAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

Poets' Corner BY TRACKS AND WANDERING WAYS. There's the long wide track that the restless heart Finds peace to take and roam, And the tracks wind on and as years depart A track will bring him home. There's tbe lonely track that the swag- men tramp With tracks of want and need, And the tracks that go from camp to camp Are long, long tracks indeed. There's the ten-chain track that the drovers ride. From coast to the western plain. There are tracks that go to the ''other side.'' And the long-track home again. ''The Track to the Station rails.'' There's the winding track of the bul- lock team Through scrub land dark and strange. There are short, steep tracks by gully and stream And tracks on mountain range. There are tracks that run to the sheds out west That branch like the rays of sun. There are tracks to choose with your cheque addressed, And tracks when your cash is done. I've travelled these tracks and I've gone saloon On the track that the steamer sails. But my heart went back of ...

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

BURNING GUMLEAVES. Sweet scent of smouldering wood and burning gumleaves A haze of smoke shot through with tongues of fire, And over all the virgin Burnett bush- land A canopy above my blazing pyre. A funeral pyre of withered gumtree leaves And little buds that blossom forth to die Some fragrant flowers have ended in this smoke That drifts in pungent air towards the sky. And from these ashes other grass will rise And other flowers be born to deck tbe spring, I warm my fingers at the glowing blaze And look towards the next year's flowering. STAN MAHER.

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TRAMPING A LONG LOAD AT NIGHT TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

TRAMPING A LONG LOAD AT NIGHT TIME. I take on a long lead at night time, The miles are shorter then, When I've lost my social moorings, Till I gild up their ends again; I tramp while the blue sky blushes in the night light's violet ray. Till the watery dawn like a floodlight Shames the late stars all away. Oh, starting away while the sunset Flares up and its last flame's tongue And spread on the western skyline, Like the ribs of a fan outflung, I know that the night will fete me, And some of her secrets share, While the spools of the moon unwind- ing, Are filming my footsteps there. The big trees' uneven outlines Print black where their shadows lay, And the young trees wait in their slimness For the old trees to age away,     While patch clouds herd to the north- ward,     And the moonlight floods and fades Where the little clearings open, To round out the small arcades. On where the soft pad, sloping, Spreads wide till it breaks i...

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TO EVEN'S SONGSTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

TO EVEN'S SONGSTER. In valley's anguish, where the feet of   the thunder have trod,   On ridges austere, minarets in the temple of God, The voice of the singer, the echoes' awaking,   Spreads light o'er the shadow the young night is making.     Oh singer resplendent, what theme art thou wooing? What delicate thoughts to thy mind now accruing       Shall live in thy singing a fair moment hence ?             What chord of emotion, what echoing sense       Have wakened within me ? What flood of delight               Is trembling— awaiting the impulse— the light                 ...

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HOW FATHER GOT RID OF THE RATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

HOW FATHER GOT RID OF THE RATS. They may talk of plagues of Egypt that once scared a tyrant king, But that king was never half as scared as dad   When the rat plague took possession of our farm at Angel's Wing.   For never a plague of rats was half as bad.             Just a few came first in loading we got from a seaside town,   But they soon increased to thousands on our farm,     Shaped just like a mighty horseshoe, and in suite of fortune's frown Still the noble bending river lent its charm.   Bruce M'Nab, our nearest neighbour, lived beyond the river's bend, Where the toe clip of the horseshoe might have been. A severe, disgruntled Scotchman, one whom no man called his friend, For fierce anger was the outlet of his spleen. His contorted sense of humour often urged him to inquire     Through the mout...

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

THREE FRIENDS of   THE DAIRYMAN Every Dairyman should always have on hand these reliable remedies: S.S. DAIRY OINTMENT— Good for man or beast. The best wound dressing and ''heal-all'' known. Price 1/6 per tin. Postage 6d. S.S. UDDER SPECIFIC— Cures hard and caked udders quickly.   An excellent ''cow's relief "; consistency just right for our climate. Price 2/6 per tin. Postage 6d.   S.S. SCOUR CURE is a fine drug, specially produced in England for   us. Price l/6 per tube, or 16/6 doz. tubes— (one tube will cure 6 calves). Also Special Powder for Blood Scours.   Write for full particulars at once. SURGICAL SUPPLIES LTD. 246 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE `````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````                   &nbs...

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THE OLD YEAR IS DYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THE OLD YEAR IS DYING. The old year is dying, Come readers, away To mourn at its passing In endless array. As sunset that lingers Awhile in the sky, The old year shall loiter To-night — and then die. A glow in the memory — A pin-point of gleam, The old year shall loiter, As loiters a dream. Leave phrases exultant, Unborn for a space, In granting the old year A moment of grace. This moment belong to The old year alone — Tread lightly in passing The base of her throne. The old year is dying ; The fires of decay   Are soothing her body With their virelay. Uprise from your mourning To herald the morn., From yesteryear's ashes The new year is born ! G. EFFAY.

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AROUND A CAMP FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

AROUND A CAMP FIRE. On swags round a bright camp fire we sat, Long Jack and Roddie and I, And as the night wind softly crooned, We talked of days gone by. Of days when the coach was the only means Of reaching the coastal towns, And when we travelled the long stock routes Across the Darling Downs. Of the roaring days when the Golden Mount Poured forth her precious stream, And men worked hundreds of feet be- low In quest of the nuggets' gleam. We'd been together on Palmer's field, And had worked a bit at the Towers. We'd even tried crossing the sandy heart Of this continent of ours. But now we are old and our hair's turned grey, And we're not so active of limb, Still we often talk of those good old days When the sunset lights grow dim. EDITH J. KENNEDY.

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B & C GIRLS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

B & C GIRL'S CLUB My Dear Girls, The New Year is with us at last. I wish you all the best of good fortune, with happiness and prosperity. I hope all the members of the Club will write more often in 1930, and also en- ter for the competition. This year I hope to enrol at least 100 new mem- bers, so that at the end of 1930 we will be a flourishing institution indeed. For the coming year I hope you will all try to make life as pleasant as pos- sible for others. Girls just leaving school have a wonderful opportunity before them of helping others, and do- ing good in many ways. There is a little verse that I am very fond of, which I would like you to commit to memory and carry out in your lives. It reads thus: — Brighten darkened lives; make a sun- shine of peace in stormy places; cover the faults and follies of men with the flowers of love. That is all this time, my dears. Next week I hope to have a great number of stories and poems to publish. Cheerio for the present. Love from...

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