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HALLEY'S COMET. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

HALLEY'S COMET. R. McNeil, the Tunnel!, Q.C.R., writes: To settle an argument, will you kindly inform me through your columns the date of the last appearance of Hal ley's comet? — (This comet is visible' from the earth for some weeks when in the portion of Us orbit, near to the sun, so that the time of tossing a fixed point in that orbit must be taken. This] is perihelion, or the point nearest to1 the sun, and it passed through there last on April 17th, 1910. The previous passage through the same point was on November Ifilh, 1835, the time elapsing between ? each of 6Ucli passages being just under 7(J years. The visitations of this comet have been traced back to the year 87 B.C., it being this one that was visible just prior to the battle of Hastings in J060.)

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

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THE HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

THE HOUDAV. (Written by Ethel Pintliam). N Jai I. ii ml Xcll came liome from school *n to find a letter from their Aunt ltuth. She j wanted them l-oth to (jo to her place for their.1 holidays at Christmas. 'Can we go mum?'| :i-ked hoth the. children, bb they finished road injr their Iclteis. 'you will have to see your uillier fir6t, hut as far as I am concerned, yon ' may.' was the reply. When Mr. Black canvc home from work', hoth the children rushed 'lim aid told him the Rood newt. 'Well 1 do ?lit fe why you 6tiouln not jto, he saia, and I mother and 1 can po to «-me nice little plr.cn ' ii the Bcaeiilc. It will be a blessing to pit. ?il of two hrate for a while.' 'Now J^d, ' n-ore not as hnri as all that, are «t?' prates- 1 nd Jack. 'But all tho same it will ne yrcat. un ;it. Aunt Hush's. There are some lovely 'i:iIb to climb there. Do you know if *.l:crc ?it any othc rhildien about our w icar !l;ere inuin?' 'I do not know. ».iiil theiv ninlher. lu^t yon fl'.ould be able to have t...

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"DAD GOES FISHING." [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

'DAD GOES FISHING.' i Written by George Blotrin). Dad caught, h big1 fish. * On his flshins line. He put it in a great big d'3h, And said. 'Isn't it. fine? 'N'ow. George, so clean that fish. A flne breakfast he'll make.' He cut it up an/1 put in in a dish. And saW. 'Gen! Isn't it great?' But poor old -lad wpr 'tired.' No more fishing he'll uo. 'I'd rather stay at homp.' says he. As the time did go s'ow. (No. of Doints. fit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

V™BBBllMfBff!jfhilf™ M^YviiWW ®^ 1S e^ective^y distributed to all working parts, pfflHBISf'ff *Sr I! ^^'g|S3y™™PF^^j|ffl ensuring quiet operation and Jong life with jTfijjjjpMSffllligftr: ? cjlD Ja^V^^^^^^s=^JgaBi|BBBB^atC:--r. enclosed; but still easily accessible if required. The AUTO-OILED AERMOTOR WINDMILL. M^ I Double Geared and Rigid in Construction. AH parts run in Oil. Works in the Jitflir^ Lightest Breeze. . Require Oiling only Once a. Year Towers 4 Post Galvanised. ^^K'V^S Complete stocks always available of Pumps, Pump Cylinders, Piping, Pipe Fit- . ^^ ^ I tings, also Light Oil Engines and - _ ,/cr Transmission Appliances. Til I Write Us for Catalogues on Pumps and Aermotor Windmills. JU ;* ? EDWARD ST* *'M.Gr.^3L -»*' BRISBANIE^'^

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UNSUITABLE STORIES, VERSES, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

UNSUITABLE STORIES. VERSES, ETC, 'The Naughty Boy,' 'The Klngr Fisher,' 'Ihe Toad's Gcodbye to the Children,' 'The King,' and 'Riddles' are all' copied. 'The story of the 'Princess and the Pep per'1 is not up to. standard, 'The Fairy Purse' and 'A day in the country' have been taken from other stories and re-written in different style.

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Tiggy Touchwood [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

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CORNERITES' BIRTHDAY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

COENERITES' BIRTHDAY OLUB. 'Uncle Bam' sends Birthday Greetings to the following Cornerites:— Irene ? Hanifen (12) on the 9th January Joyce Baker (9) on the lOtn Ja.rjary. Stephen O'Loughlin on the mil January. Adelai'Jc Timm, (11) en 'be lid Jai;uarj, Kormau Walker (16) on the 12th January. Hetty Woolcock (13). Molly H«H (16) and Alice Button, (U) on the 13th January. Beatrice Wood (If) on the loth January. .t Heather Dunhar (14) on the loth January. A' happy bitthduy.. to you all, my dear nieces und nephews. Norman. Walker, Campbell-street, Roekliarup ton, whose birthday occurred onl2lh January.

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NAUGHTY TEDDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

NAUGHTY TEDDV. (Written by Adelaide Timm). Teddy is a naughty boy; —Mischief is his only joy. He's naughty from morn till night. And his sister he will bite. .Vow lie is as stood as ftoid. He will do as he is told. An ho will not fight at all. With his sister he plays ball. (No. of noints, 51.

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"EXPECT YOU TO DO YOUR BIT." [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

'EXPECT YOU TO DO YOUR BIT.' Mr. Con Morris, Emu Park, asked that he be given access to his property lie pointed uct that no vehicle coulc' get to within -200 yards of his houfit unless private property was crossed. 11' concluded ' I have paid my rates and I expect you to do your bit.' — Ths Council decided to give consideration to the request wl;en further work at Emu Park was under review.

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CLAIM ON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

CLAIM OX COUNCIL. Meisrs. TliHO. Kinyd and Co., Ltd.. Koukhaiuiituii, wrote statins; that white' JMr. iiunuy, employed by the firm, \va» driving a new Ford car across a v'ulver' near Hartley on the lath lilt., the cul vert collapsed, causing the car to crash so the writers alleged. They further alleged that Uie culvert was constructed ? of wood and a large piece ot coal, tlitf latter having apparently been burning : for home time. Every etfort was mad' by ^lr. Burner to get the car out, but t he was un.-uccesiful, the car catching \ lire and bein3 destroyed. The salvage ' was at prc.st.-ii I. in tlie firm's premised. ; The vaiuo of the car prior to the tire waf £1 S3. for which amount they no*' \ made a claim on the Council. — Tho ? Council decided to admit no liability

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ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ATTENDANCE. Jm tho jcar tlie Council held 12 ordin ary and four ij'ecial meetings, and the attendance if councillors was as foJ lows :— Lit. T. Smith (Chairman), 1£ Aieilland. and W. ]?'. Clayton 1(3 each. -V, Todd, J. tftirrat, J. Handley, and (J. Elliott lj eacli, (_'. JI. Sveiidseu. T Thoina&sun. and W. C. Geddes 14 each

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COUNCIL BREVITIES. LIVINGSTONE SHIRE. ROCKHAMPTON, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

COUNCIL BREVITIES. LIVINGSTONE SHIRE. KOCKHAMPTOX, January S. llie M.ii.H. (Dr. H. X. Brown) re ported to the Livingstone Council yes tei:hiy that the Enm l'arlc sanitary dcijoi. was Miti'.otit mUt. which had to be i-ii rt ell froin ihe township. Such * ?'onditi'in of all'airs was highly unsatis factory, and he trusted that the Coun cil wuuld treat the :nattcr as urgent. ' He ha-l previously pointed out that an elevated tank was the only solution Thu Iai .40 drain in the Botanic Gardens ?rciuired (.leaning. Sanitary matters a* Ypppoun were satisfactory, and it wa- gratify inqr to vote that the drainage in connection with the Strand Hotel was well in hand. The sanitary service at K-j|.j.el Sands was bein;; well carried vu\. and mad' for a jJreat improvement in iuL-ul conditions.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

MARTIN RYAN. TANKS - — IAN Kb Made out or me oesr 24 Gauge iron Flat Back ana O.O Spouting Down pipes. Enamel Batus ana Strafes, Gal vaaJsed iron Uatfin to Vraroe Ccrrtt gated Iron All sizes In stock. 'Phone 31 EAST STREET Box 247 H. T. STOVER, MOTUK OARAUfcJ, BILOELA. All Kinds of Motor ana Mechanical Kopairs. Gars Eat JBre At Any time. REVOLUTIONARY NEW CHRYSLERS LEAVE NO BASIS FOR COMPARISON THE NEW CHRYSl.ER-;'70'. 'ROYAL SEDAN. ^VUTofthe art, the science and the Shift' eliminates all possibility of \J skill of Chrysler designing, en- comparing Chrysler performance gineering and manufacturing have with, other performance. It makes jf f n come, suddenly and dramatically, driving a joy and gear-shifting effort- 'N^ggp* \^\_f^\ the most revolutionary and progres- less even for a novice. ^^ Vu^ sive deveiooments ever recorded at ~ , . ... . . . „ , , . , , Only by ndmg in these remarkable one time in all the history of the , , ^ . . , , , cars —only by taking the wheel in motor car ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

W. T, D. SMITH, HIGH CLASS BAKER and PASTRY COOK. TOWN rAND COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Wedding and Birthday Cakes Parties, Picnics, Socials, &c. Box Lots. A Specialty. Price on Application. ~ Railed C.O.D. 'Phones—*- P.O. Box 298. 326 Archer-street, HP-ASS afilUamfitreet. ~ _± pq w HAMPTON * ? '♦ ..—- n ^ILtlAM-STREET f— '^ ROCKHAMP™'c SOLD £?£KfltiBBfiE , i

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Kitchen Craft. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

[?] In this column a prize of 5/- i$ given each week for the best recipe, and 2s. 6d. (or tlie second. 'BILLY- OH' is first .this week with a corned beef recipe ? :— Most people who kill their u\vn- beef know,, especially at this time of the year, hpw; monotonous salt meat meals are and Iipw the sight of raggy and very salty ,beef ,pute them off their food. ' '*'' However, I know of ;a .recipe whicU keeps the beef both tasty and appetis ing. It was brought to- Rockhamptoa by Mr. Hopper, one time' manager of Lake's Creek ? Meatworksy from Ameri ca, of the few people ^ho know of it I do not know anyone'.' who' knows a better formula. The beef is of a good texture, a tempting colour and the taste ie more like that of a mild ham than beef. The recipe is as follows:: — Mix salt and fresh water to float an egg for the brine. Mixture for salt* ing, 2 gallons salt, 2 oz. saltpetre, 2 lba. sugar. . . Rub mixture into meat and cover with brine. It is essential that a good weight is placed on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

White and Brown were the names of bride and bridegroom and Green and Black those of two bridesmaids at a Hanwell (Eng.) wedding. 'Alice could have married anybodf she pleased.1' 'Then why is she stil! single?' 'She never pleased anybody.' Heavy-footed Dancer : ' May I have the last dance with you?' Partner (coldly) : 'You've just had it.' A woman entered a chemist's shop and said : ' I want some distemper, please. ' Yes, madam, ' replied the assistant, 'What colour do you want?' ' I don't know, ' said the woman, ' but the tlojrV a blnck nnd white one. ' Num» R. Bruce. Wowan, wishes to notify the residents of the Daw son and Callide Valleys that she lias shifted into Mr. M'Swreney's hospital. A silver biscuit tray was presented to Mm. Rcnton, mother of the first baby born in the bospitnl. — Advt.

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Eves' Domain. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

[?] *'ISOBEL;' — Good on you, ' Peach ed,' you have the whole thing iii a nut «hell. Instead of establishing so many clinics, send all us weary mothers a paid housekeeper for a few months be fore baby conies and after until we get strong again. I have five children from ten years down to four months. Before my last nafoe came 1 was teach ing the two eldest school. Needless to say 1 had to give it up in the end as it was too much for me, and as my chil dren are three boys and a girl, and the Itaby a boy, I got very little help in the house as my boys seem useless in the house, although I have seen some boys quite as good as girls. It just seems to be from daylight till dark, 'Mother ' all the time!! till I feel quite weary. Where the mother has her proper rest and everything runs smooth ly, there are the robust babes. « STAXMORE ': ' Peached ' (1912 2'J) is quite right about the baby clinic. I, too, have no time to visit them. They say they don't make sick babies well, but keep well ...

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THOSE NIGHTS OF OLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

TUUSF. SIGRTH 01' OLD. Av-i'imss the peaceful stillness, of the traiKjiiil summer air There comes discord of sound to break the harmony of night. 1 hear the crash of drums and saxo phones that bleat and blare, .M (will imp the noise and ribald laugh ter g;iiii their height. And memory brings crowding back tho;f other nights long flown, Wlieii in the old busJi uciiool we wnll/.ed to haunting sweet re frain* l-'iig since forgotten in (lie dear dim past, and all unknown To those who wildly jazz to-night to harsh syncopated strains. In fancy yet 1 see the lights go bobbitij up the hill, And hear the cheery voices greet ii . welcome as we mcl, While down the winding tree-hnod road n-driving with a will, Come all tlie Rilcys. rattling on in their old waggonette. Rut all is changed, and In lone of those far days remain ; But as one in a worlti a; art I count it as b boon That memory can still revive hose tii-hts of old again As tiomcwnrd from the dance wo fotlc . beneath a dying moon. si m...

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BE CONTENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

Hi: LONTKXT. .Von Hiiiiii uiid sunny dnys are back, Mill ' l-ay.y Luke ' ho eriys. 'Alack! In this tierce heat, what shall I do T I wish my wi«h had not come true. ' So nice it j» in winter drear To wisli i lull sunny days were here. Hut when they eoine, we wish again Thsit winlry days would still remain. So, fellow -ciibcs, be wjt like 'Luke, ' And even if you be a duke, He content whatu'er th-2 weather, Keep vourself in yicat 'high feather. '' A.W.

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