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

CHBISTMAS TIME. (Written by Jean Hoblci.) Drar Christinas is coming The old year has passed. We sing all our hymns, And our carols at last. Old Santa hap present* And all Christmas joys, Ac1, he pvvcg them in even The bad girU and boys. A little girl wvnle and caid t 'Santa, please look : Leave a puff-puff for Billy, A;id give ine a book. ' A pram for m.v sister. A golly for Joe; Jun- leave them all here, Santa, Then you can go.' Net*1, morn she awokp And found with deliiht, The very same presents She'd asked for last night, (Winning entry in ChrUttua* Competition.)

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INTERIM AWARD CHALLENGED. HIGH COURT APPLICATION. CHIEF JUSTICE WITHDRAWS. GENERAL STRIKE NARROWLY AVERTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

INTERIM AWARD CHALLENGED. HIGH COURT APPLICATION. CHIEF JUSTICE WITHDRAWS. ?? GENERAL STRIKE NARROWLY I AVERTED. The most dramatic incident in connection with the litigation «ver the Beeby ^'vrrd in the N.S.W. mining: dispute was the decinon of the Chief Justice, Sir Adrian K.nox, to withdraw from the hearing of the case. On the previous day he had a htwth with Mr. Browne, K.C., regarding the relevancy of certain evidence. He declined to five any reason for his withdrawal from the case. Applications were made before Sir Adrian Knox, Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia, by the Caledonian Collieries, Limited, and ether members of the Northern Collieries Association of N.S.W., for or ders nisi for writs of prohibition in connection with Judge Beeby's in terim award for the northern coalfields. It was nskcd that writs of pro hibition slionld be directed to Jud^e Beeby and the unions concerned. Th-s grounds for the application were that -!ie industrial dispute, .referred to in t...

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

LOST INTEREST. RESTORED BY DK. MOKtifSi VSDIAS ROOT PILLS. Mr. W. H. Allaop. Nam hour. Q'll. writee .— '' 1 ferl it only right to ni; fellow-men to rtd\ihc ydu iibnut n,. case. Some twelve jx-sirs a^o I toft rather off colour, losing interest h: things that up till tlip-i I felt plcasur.1 in doing. A friend told me J wanted waking up. ' Take Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills : that 'ill fi\ ' --u. ' lie s;iid Xow, gentlemen. ?'w-: I ti;o|, his :;u vice I llUve been u m-'1 h'.'.h »nd im»» «.t 66 yeare of v.-s ????' j.t is .-' ? \-aw. than most wen :u Hi ' Ipi.'h1., -o.i. Indian Root l'i;i- )'? »r.- v1'-'1 health.' ?'? Foreign attaches mi-'c .-v,\ ru,,-.. . I© the first big K«ll ? -'in :-v.::; ?-Uiiii'.- -. feres since the jrar.

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WHEN PAPA RAT BROUGHT HOME A FORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

?.VHF.N PAPA RAT BROUGHT HOME a fobd: .'ritten by Joan Merchant.) ' 1'iipa Itat wM.wry lond ot relating t» hi* .'arnily of boys his many and varied esoapet from '-*!? and trap*. ' You know, my tort. lie of** said, ' it would take « very wily ' old tat aiid. a very good old 'trap to catch me. I 'Vnow all their Cunning tricks and ways,' and up io th# present - he bad been ''.u'5sy indeed. 1 On* riav He he stnrt.-d out .on his usual t ?nunil?, hi« little wife *»id : 'Do be ctretul. '!ad. . you ? are becoming very carelets of late Kml I am always so worried unttt you k 'urii.' 'That's alright.' said Dad Bat '111 ?je borac to roost at umal,'' and off he went V raid .the wheat stacks. What a cay old ««rt* he had playing »'!-' ami M-ek behind the bags with the othei . ttta. **Iiib bark and forwardt* In... front -4 1 ihf'-rtir iutt managitg to mUT thetf aaws iff -All wu- (joinp merrily until he sprang on to a bidden, rat trap. ,, He was not, quick though this time. n« the' trap moppmi doo-i...

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THE AUSTRALIAN BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THE AUSTRALIAN BUSH. (By Elsie Irons). The bush filled with the lovely scent, 0( the wattles and the gums; And the song of the happy bell-birds lia*- the sound ot soft tuned drums. How. sweet to sit among the. bought, Of the' willow that . i» weeping; ' And watch tbc sheep and cowa Which beneath the trees are Sleeping. U we walk, through the fresh green grass.-. We see amid the flower blotsom; \-. .itching us Quietly as we pass, the timid little ring-UUed 'possum. . tiic wallabies bounding 'through the icrub, ' Seeking their daily meal; ' Tne kookaburras busy with -woim or grub, Or a snake for their evening meal. Such scenes in the Australian buih, I fiDd as oft I ttray ; In the lovely fields so bright. Watching the lambkini play. (No. of points 8).

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

FLOWERS. (Written by Elsie Irons). Blue ic the eky above my head. Pretty -the flowers on earth ate spread ; A pleasure for my eyes to sec. However dreary 1 may be. The bumble little daisy. Opens its eye to the light, And the sweet perfume of the rose Is as delicate as it's bright. Each bluebell nods its lovely head, All over tbc earth their beauty is spread, Such a pretty flower it scemf. liobed in the light of gold sunbeame. (No. of points 6).

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FLY AWAY HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

FLY AWAY HOLIDAYS. (Written by Korma Moran). Pear Uncle, do tell me why We eet eo many holidays, say I ; This is enough to make you cry, ' I'd much rather school,' I sigh. I'll miss all mv school pals, Peat- mil. J^tsie and Jean ; Wo have the nicest teachers That ever you liavc 6con. They make us very happy, Rteaking-up day ; I'll miss my dear teacher, Holidays fly away. Our teachers need a rest, ??';. Kvery now and then; ' You will find them in a ooiy nwt, ? Down, at dear old Yeppoon. «, 111 be delighted when holidays are over. To meet my pals again ; ?'. So fly away holidays. Says 'Norma May Morain. (No. ? of points 6).

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

CAFLaA. mm um A euchre party and dance promoted by Messrs. ? S vagina, of Gay long, wa»1 held in Paramount on the iStli iubUtut j in aid of the K.C. Church t'uudb. Ill1 was a huge success, socially and liuun- - eially. Mi's, li'indlay won the lady s ' 'prise, w ith eigiit games, l'or the jjeu tlcmcu'b pri/.e lour tied, namely, Meitrs. ; tjiiinn, Maiscy, and I'olworin and Master j C. Convray, aiid they played off. Mr. Muitey wab the winner. The music vas supplied by Messrs. M. -;eugle and L. ' I'lummcr and Mrs. ljuliin. The winners of the chocolate waltz were Mr. Hoy I'ur- j die and Miss B. Stevens. ' -A storm broke over die town, but nut u. Violent one, .'15 points of rain beiu^ rcgistcrvd. Glencoi* ? registered an inc.i .Hid The L::wrewce IJO |ioititt.. Territic h?at prevails and a ,g--oJ downpour would be welcome. Mr. M. Murray had tlie mibforUinc (u Imvo 1iis pruperly burnt out through * -ire from a ueighlwiiring selection. I ?Shearing operations ceased at tlic Prairie. Cupel la ...

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

ALPHA. A euchre party and daiue, lie Id iv cnabl-? Mr. D. Mulcahy, an cntriiiii ii^ the 'Ugly Man's' coinpetitiou';.' to' lii-'j crease his funds was held in the Ai|ifr-- Convent School on the night ' i»'f Vni' ? ?iOth inst. There was a very good in tendance. Fully H) cuchru players coil tested for th;1 tirizcs, u vcrv nice tuiiei ' set for the ladies and a cut glass diti mi a etar ' for the men. Mrs, Laur'iv. wa.-. the lucky lady, while Mr. L. Uinl wcll was the successful gentleman. Dui ing the evening there w-s're iwvi'lly. waltzes, with unusual prizes. A bi.-\ of cigars and two Leghorn rooblci; were won by Mr. M. tlabel, who kbo \va.b unlucky to lose the Monte Curie waltz, us lie was second to Mr. \\\ Hut tun und Miss M. Wilson. Ivefroshmctii were provided by the, ladies and scncc underneath the school. Mr. l. Kob. ,;.? j was an efficient M.C. I Un Thuioday labt Mrs. I1'. Kyau -- little girl, Elsie, was the victim ot' u puinful uccident, which turned out ii- ha .more serious than...

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

I MOTOR I STS i I I I. PREVENT YOUR MUDGUARDS RUSTING} Si Y UBLNli - § j BUT AN 1 T 12 i j THE BEST PREVICNTEROP RL'S'I AND'*40OROSlON. f | ? PRICE ? 2/6 PINT. 4/.QUAfiT.I I, f Use it on Car Mudguards. Battery Hoi Ufufet* Carriage, Tjicb, I I Agricultural Implements. Tanks. Titjug'alng. &ci t£e. | [ J. HARRISON & Cp., I I :' ' ?' EAST STREET ? ROCKHAfcPTON. ! ! ? ? .-' ? . ? ????-? ??????? i 'llllMWIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'''''''^'''''''''''*''''''''''''''''''''''''''''^'^''''1''1''^1**'1'''''1''11'1'''''*'*''***'**^^

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

TO HORSEMEN AND r^ |u II KM lyl ?* 1£ V ? ? Vr *^^^ TnlllilLIu}* JjX^k SADDLES and (MtiijP&L. convinced or I^W /^ff'/^&O^^ -'JM M. DOCHERTY, BS WILLIAM STREET ? — ROCKHAMPTOH. ? 'PHOWE71D. ' - FinST PRICES - ROCKHAMPTON SHOW, 1029, FO#t BIJS'I HACK SADDLE AND BAGS. BEST SfcT SINGLE BUGGY HAJiNKSS BES'I SCI SINGLE OR AY HARNESS. BEST COLX£C* TIUN OF COLLARS, BLSI COLLECTION OP 8AJDDUCRY AND HARNESS. ; -/- BfiST STOCK SAD ©' T^Jtt H Mil. '.BI28T Ali BOUND fj,, ^fiSE«-jfe^*t*gL«.»»; SADDLE. Y'll 2m EXERCISE SADDLE. Vj j? j|ji| «fcST A6TRIO9 SADDLE. :]B \'Sv\ «EST- GENT.'S PLAIN -f^.-... ??'''^?^tmJL^.n ANTING SADDLE. RACEHORSE AND TROTTING GEAR SPECIALISTS.

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THE CHRIS MAS TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

thi; niKis r».».s ti;;-;!:. OVinnlDg entry In Clir^luus L'cisij-e !;t:-;n.. Uij^n in- Joai: ilefclunt.) i

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

A KIDDLE. (Sent by Jean Hobler). Why is 'A' the most fortunate letter !n trip alphabet ? Borause he is always in cash, never in debt, and always out of peril. (No. of points 2).

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

CHKiSTMAS TfME. . ' (Wiittm by Joan Ilot*-):. - !i,-t'n?.« rimo coniPE once a year'. v''l '. :''??? Liaus is drawing ncaJ-,-; 1 !ip hnliday;: lyive now Jipkuii. And, this is, the iimc -iorreal fun. 'I'lin ?'hjlilrcn ^o''1o bed early on Chribtnuu „ .-tP^rifslM. -; ;;. . Wit'i fn'-fcs. tlvit arc liappy; and joylul and biicht : ' ^ iifi tjipv w.iVp.-up lookinc.verv cay, -;i.i(i to 'say .that ft Ms 'CfiJlsbhiu Ua.v.' ? ? '' (N'o. of points' i).

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

PAUNG'S i FOR | Everything' Musical i i For 76 years we have been supply i ing high grade musical instruments, i and during that time we have built |fc up a solid reputation for I Quality, Fair Dealing, | Value and Service. Our satisfied customers are num- | bered in ten's of thousands, and the j name of Paling's is a household ; word wherever music is spoken of. ! Every instrument With this Msunnc* sold by us is guaran- you can buy witH teed to give complete confidence, content satisfaction and to that time and ex* be the best value perience will Justify obtainable. your choice. | You taKe no risKs when you buy I | from Paling's. | I Call and inspect or write tor par* ! I ticulars of the instrument you are i specially interested in and we will ! give you the benefit of our expert ! advice. i ? ? . I | EASY TERMS ARRANGED. I \ I jj A Small Cash Deposit gives immediate 1 | ! iii - possession. I ' | i| r ? ..„.»_.. ? 1 ) I ^r East Street | | Rockhampton |

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NEW LAND DISCOVERED. OSLO, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

NEW LAND DISCOVERED. OSLO. December 2». 'I'lic newspuper ' Tideu 1'cgn pub lishes a report, from Captain Kiig Lar seu slating thai he and his fellow air man, Holm, lioictcd the Norwegian lag on new land discovered between CoaU l.aud and liiiut'rby Land in King ft** Uoii Ucean. The airmen Soft the steamer Norwegw in a plane, landed on the ice and pro ceeded a^horu on skies. They then icturned to the Norwegit, lull miles uwav.

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MUNIFICENT OFFER. PARIS, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

iMUNIFICENT OFFER. '?VAkiS. LJceeiitber 20: .'. Pirofeisor* 'George : Koger lias aii nciiuccd that Air. Johti jj. liockehllj' jnii ihc Aiuericaji millionaire, has of ferld ti.000,O03 dollars, or il.-.'WI.WO f«« thi^crection of a new medical school in Ifri^nce ou condition that France co:;tn botegvaa igua] -amonu.t.^ ? ,...t. ^,.«. Pro*eiKor..'Un^Ci:6aid ' ' tli i& ' *»3yiid '^£P-* aMe the ereclicn ' of the tii:e.st ' tuedi7^ ' c«jjfre in Kurope, rcapable of acromibu dating 10,000 students. '' , _,

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

A WISH. (By Joan Ilott). I with I was a fairy. And dressed in silver and green; IM fly over to fairy-land. And see the fairy ' Queen. I'd have dainty shoes upon my fed. And a silver pair of wings: And I should always he there at once, When the tinkle bell rings. (No. ot points C).

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

' modeixN ArroixiMi-xrs, MAGNIFICENT SKAiCAlM-:, I HOOF GAIU)li:C. EXCli'J.liNT CU1S1XK. Kcscrvalicns. 'Phono 37. ! H. SMITH AND COY., j CASH BUTCH liKS. j Daily Delivery. I'liinc JJoif, Mutton, | and Dairy Purl;, Small Goods. ; . i 'Plume. 34. ?'? j A. O'DONNELL, i L-'KliSH. FI5U1T t'JJUM THE ' CKCHAKD^.- . . ! ? ? - - .? ?? ... . ? £ | ' Local Agent. Pclcrs' ICskinio l^cs. ' i IJefiosliuiLiiis at .-Mil 1 lotus. SCHOOL OF AfcTS. j ?0U0 VOl.U-MliS -LA'J'I-JST' U0UK;.'. SPLliXDlD HALL ami Aji|ioiiilmciiU. . Uuuding Kooiks, 1/-, Wckly. All Papers, &c. Qti:iilvr Suit.. ;;/-. t li;m-_'e -ttt^vill. BeaUi'M{!;*KijiJin Ojen NigMlV. . } ?-?.:./,. ' . w.: '?; . ' ? ,'?'?: ' '-- HANCOCK BROS., Sea -slid! Grit Supplied for Poultry. 'Phone lo. - ALL- TltAlXS MET*.

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

I ft I ?3.P- TO ? tp 0 It it? -° H » 5 * r s. i A. ^ ?3=H If ID - H I * CO r- O |fl 3 r. «- So rt- I. e/a o fk ! ^D f.* ft) r- S ^* $ & 5*?

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