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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

When Buying     GALVANIZED IRON         SPECIFY                 L Y S A G H T     CORRUGATED PLAIN   and accept no other.   The quality of these brands has never been sacrificed for any other consideration.                     The 15th edition of "The Referee," a             handbook of useful information, may be obtained post free on application. Every Sheet is GUARANTEED               by the MAKERS. WALTER REID & COY. LTD., Sole Agents. ASSIST YOUR O...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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Poets' Corner HOW? [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

Poet's Corner HOW? If you would help a girl who is a trier, Yet let her win her way through on her own, To gain a goal you know she does aspire, To which you think she cannot go alone. A nobby girl who smiles a cheery greeting, Each evening when you meet her after toil. Although you know the toil is slowly eating Away the higher aims, you wouldn't spoil. What time you know the struggle she is making Is hardening her heart more than a bit. And not for worlds you'd let her know you're staking On helping her to get away from it. How would you go about your grand intention — A trait that still persists in human kind — And how your admiration in suspen- sion; And keep from off you face what's in your mind? — L. A. SIGSWORTH.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

ON THE LIPS OF EVERY CONNOISSEUR WHO KNOWS A GLASS OF GOOD BITTER ALE WHEN HE TASTES IT -                 RICHMOND BITTER               MELBOURNE'S BEST BOTTLED BITTER BEER. Brewed at the Richmond Brewery, Melbourne. THOMAS M'LAUGHLIN & CO., SOLE AGENTS FOR CENTRAL QUEENSLAND.                                           ORDER FORM. THE MANAGER, Morning Bulletin Ltd., Quay-street, Rockhampton. Please forward ' The Central Queensland Herald ' each week to the undermentioned address for .............. months, for which I...

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UNKNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

UNKNOWN. Things we consider rotten Lost in a land unknown Dreams that are soon forgotten Seeds that are never sewn. Thoughts that are never spoken Deeds that are left undone, Promises that are broken, Goals that are never won. Love's darts that have not smitten Hearts that have grown cold,   Words that are never written, Tales that are never told. May hold the keys of gladness The key that is worth while That fits the lock of sadness And animates a smile. May hold within their locker The longer arm of fate With which we reach the knocker Outside of heaven's gate. — W. H. WEST.

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THE QUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

THE QUEST. Along moonlit seashores she wander- ed a-sighing, Her hair touched with diamonds— mist wet with the spray; She trailed past the pebbled and dank sea-weed lying Where driftwood and flotsam lay tossed in her way. Alone in the gloaming she wandered despairing, Her heart in revolt, and her steps dragging slow; She dreamed that the quest, like her life, was ill-faring. That never again would she happi- ness know. But lo came a miracle, sorrow went winging,   And gladness came back in a flood like the rain; Hymn of the sea and the night wind a-sighing Brought joy, so she thought, to her heart once again. So watching the stars she turned homeward rejoicing Because deep within dwelt a glad- ness long sought: Conceived not in winds or the songs they were voicing,   Her happiness came from— content-   ment of thought. . —EDNA G. ROUGHLEY.   ===================         The trouble...

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COOK'S MONUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

COOK'S MONUMENT. —Erected at Round Hill, near Bustard Head, to commemorate the landing there of   Cook on May 24, 1770.

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FALSE PRETENCES. IMPOSTER FINED. ROCKHAMPTON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

FALSE PRETENCES IMPOSTER FINED. ROCKHAMPTON, January 10. Posing as William Edmistone, a resi- dent of Pink Lily, Allan Feltman (31) went into Kirby and Co.'s business premises on Saturday morning last and, as a result of his representations to one of the employees, a young man named William Henry Cochrane, was successful in obtaining goods to the value of £2 16s. 2d. His audacity knew know bounds, for he remained in the city, staying at an hotel. Feltman's imposition was discovered, and, in con- sequence to a complaint made to the police, he appeared in the Police Court yesterday on a charge of false pretences. Giving evidence of arrest, Plain clothes constable Salagari stated that at about 9.30 on Wednesday morning he saw the defendant at the Normanby Hotel. He told Feltman he answered the description of a man who called at Kirby's on Saturday morning last and, representing himself to be William Ed- mistone, of Pink Lily, obtained clothing to the value of £2 16s. 2d. Feltman ad- mi...

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THE CENTRAL QUEENSLAND HERALD, ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1930. OUR CHAOTIC TRANSPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

THE CENTRAL QUEENSLAND HERALD,   ROCKHAMPTON.     THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1930.     .................................................         OUR CHAOTIC TRANSPORT. If there is any intellect, from the Minister downward to the humblest ser- vant in the Railway Department, that is able to interpret logically the alleged policy of the Queensland railways, then the possessor of it should be allowed to step forward and enunciate his deduc- tions. Taken in conjunction with the transport policy of the Queensland Go- vernment, it is improbable that any man living would be able to find an interpre- tation that, of itself, would not be another of the insoluble mysteries. This       of course presumes thaf no Government, composed of reasoning men who are not secretly disloyal to the interests of the State, would knowingly and deliberate- ly s...

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CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.     The natural opposition of people to change has been demonstrated only too clearly in Australia, where decisions against proposed alterations to the Federal Constitution have been given on several occasions. The notable ex- ception of course is the referendum on the Federal State financial agreement, which was sanctioned late in 1928. Strange to say, although it would ap- pear that the people want the Federal powers as limited as possible, the first referendum t0 receive approval for years was one limiting the powers of the States in their financial arrange- ments, for there can be little doubt   that the Australian Loan Council has been effective in controlling borrowing during the past year. It has been generally recognised that the Federal Government has been han- dicapped through the limited powers possessed by it in the industrial sphere, and Mr. Scullin has announced his in- tention of holding a referendum som...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

Goldsbrough, Mort and Company, Limited, — ROCKHAMPTON —           WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS.   LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on Ensuing Wool Clip and on or   all Station Produce, and Securities. Consignments of Wool, Sheep Skins, Marsupial Skins, Hides, Tallow, &c., received for sale in the Australian or London Markets. ALL STOCK, STATION, FINANCIAL, SHIPPING and INSURANCE BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Proceeds held in Trust for Clients. Returns rendered with promptness. General Agents in Australia for the WESTERN ASSURANCE COM-   PANY. Fire and Marine Policies issued and Claims Settled on the spot. AGENTS FOR EDWARDS SHEEP DIPPING POWDER. HEAD OFFICE .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. MELBOURNE. Branches: Sydney, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Adelaide, Perth and London, and 46 Country Branches throughout Australia. Longreach Agency . . . . . . . .L. C. Woolridge and Co., Lt...

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ASTRONOMICAL AND METEOROLOGICAL. TIDES FOR JANUARY, 1930. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

ASTRONOMICAL AND METEOROLOGICAL. TIDES FOR JANUARY, 1930. High water at Low water at   Rockhampton Sea Hill Calliope Crossing Boyne Crossing a m. p.m. a.m. -p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m.     16 . . . . 0.8 0.29 9.50 10.18 3.42 5.16 4.4 5.28 17 . . . . 0.48 1.12 10.42 11.5 4.43 6.5 4.55 6.17 18 . . . . 1.35 1.54 11.24 11.51 5.32 6.42 5.45 7.4 19 . . . . 2.21 2.31 — 0.1 6.27 7.37 6.39 7.49 20 . . . . 3.18 3.27 0.48 0.57 7.21 8.21 7.33 8.33 21 . . . . 4.33 4. 33 2.3 2.3 8.19 9.7 8.31 9.19 22 . . . . 5.55 5.46 3.25 3.16 9.23 9.44 9.35 10.6 23 . . . .7.11 6.56 4.41 4.26 10.33 10.44 10.45 10.56 SPECIAL NOTICE:— The times given for Rockhampton and Sea Hill are the high water. Those given for Calliope and Boyne River Crossing are the times of low water.   1930 JANUARY 1930 Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. 1 2 3 4   5 6 7 8 9 10 11   12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 First Quarter on 8th at 1...

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FAMOUS RESCUES TORRES STRAITS ISLANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

FAMOUS RESCUES TORRES STRAITS ISLANDERS. " Junius " writes : The telegram from Cairns in your Thursday's issue with re- spect to the feat of seamanship per- formed by Pedro, a Thursday Islander, is n0 exception All Torres Straits Is- landers are at home in the water, and most of them are first-class boatmen. A character similar to this was a Mur- ray Islander, Douglas Pitt, well known in Cairns and thereabouts ten years ago. He owned a motor launch called the "Cleveland," and did well fishing on the reefs and disposing of his catch from his boat alongside the wharf. Douglas' main trouble was that he could not stand corn. He was always em- ployed by the Harbour Master there when it came to diving down and put- ting a sling around a sunken pile or other obstruction. In January of 1913 Douglas was caught near False Cape at about the same time as the steamer Innamincka was compelled by the rising gale to return and also anchor not far from the Cape. The schooner Dancing Wave was anchore...

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FARMERS' EXCHANGE COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

FARMERS' EXCHANGE COLUMN. In this column farmers may adver- tise their requirements or commodities for sale for three consecutive issues free of charge. FAR SALE. For sale, pure bred Friesian bull   calves, six months up to 12 months old Prices and particulars— F. Pfitzenmaier. Hollywood Friesian Stud, Theodore.                 Mangoes, 7s., 8s., and 10s. bushel case,       on rails, also pineapples 7s. 6d. Apply Higginson, Tungamull. Young registered Jersey bulls, bred   for type and production from the noted Kelvinside foundation stock. Full par- ticulars from H. N. Collins, Minumbar Stud Farm, Marlborough. Young Pedigreed Berkshire boars and sows from best blood in Queensland From £4 4s. each according to age Freight and crate extra. H. N. Collins Minumbar Stud Farm, Marlborough. Sweet Pineapples, 6/- per bushel c...

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THE MAILS. ENGLISH INWARD. Dated Due London Brisbane AMERICAN INWARD. Due Dated Brisbane ENGLISH OUTWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

THE MAILS. ENGLISH INWARD. Dated Due London Brisbane AMERICAN INWARD. Due Dated Brisbane ENGLISH OUTWARD. Close Due Brisbane London Ormonde . . . . . . 20/1/30 22/2/30 *Ormonde . . . . . 23/1/30 22/2/30 Chitral . . . . . . . . 27/1/30 1/3/30 *Chitral . . . . . . 30/1/30 1/3/30 Largs Bay . . . . . . 30/1/30 5/3/30 Orsova . . . . . . . . 3/2/30 8/3/30 *Orsova . . . . . . . . 6/2/30 8/3/30 *—Forwarded by air mail Adelaide to Perth. AMERICAN OUTWARD. Close Due Brisbane Makura ('Frisco) 22/1/30 14/2/30 Ventura ('Frisco) 30/1/30 20/2/30 Niagara (Van.) .. 5/2/30 28/2/30

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

ST. FAITH'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, YEPPOON. An Ideal Secondary Boarding School under Government recognition. Pupils prepared up to senior standard. St. Faith's has an excellent re- putation and is conducted by a competent teaching staff. Its Matron is an experienced trained nurse. Prospectus on application to the Headmistress (Miss S. A. HODSON, B.A.), or the Diocesan Secretary, Box 16, Rockhampton. ST. PETER'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, BARCALDINE. (Boarders and Day Pupils). Moderate Fees. Concessions tor two in a family. Headmaster: Rev. R. V. Burrowes, MA. Prospectus on application to Headmaster. To Keep     Perfectly Fit . . . ALWAYS FIT FOR A GAME WITH THE KIDS TAKE             A.M.S. Digestive and Liver Tonic Indigestion is the cause of most human ills. It is responsible for more   suffering, nerve irritation, and bad tempe...

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OUR SERIAL STORY. All Rights Reserved. The Enchanted Peril CHAPER XVII. Back To Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' OUR SERIAL STORY.   All Rights Reserved. The Enchanted Peril By WILLIAM LE QUEUX. CHAPER XVII. Back To Life. Molly flinched at the doctor's words . Her experience had been terrible, and it would have taken but a little to put her in a state of hysteria. She pulled herself together by sheer will power, knowing that so much depended upon her at that moment. "In whose possession are the two packages?" It was the doctor's voice again, hollow and menacing. Molly looked up at him and faced his penetrating eyes bravely. " I'M willing to tell you all I can," she said, "on the understanding that you restore Mr. Sennett at once. Oh, Dr. Warringford, please, please   don't let him slip away from me again." "He'll be quite safe," said the doc- tor. "Now please be good enough to answer my question." "Very well," said Molly, "th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

COMFORT IN THE CLOUDS.— A view of the interior of the dining saloon of the R100 the Air Ministry's latest giant airship waiting to be launched at Hendon, Yorks.

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CHAPTER XVIII.—MORE WORK FOR CONRAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

CHAPTER XVIII.— MORE WORK FOR CONRAD. Having closed the door behind Molly, Warringford seated himself in the chair opposite Sennett. ''Miss Stanway is fortunate to have got away so soon,'' he said. ''I agree with you,'' replied Sennett. ''I suppose you're rather pleased with your evening's work?'' ''Decidedly,'' answered the doctor with emphasis. ''I hardly hoped for such success.'' ''And when are you going to let me free?'' asked Sennett. ''You may as well tell me that much, for I'm quite in your power, and can't get away be- fore you want me to.'' ''I'm going to keep you a day or two,'' replied the doctor. "Then how about bringing me a glass of port?'' asked Sennett with a smile. ''I'm sure I haven't seen the end of your hospitality.'' The doctor was amused by Sen- nett's request. After all, the man had shown exceptional coolness in the circumstances, and if there was any- thing Warringford admired it was coolness.   "Certainly, we will take wine to- gether,'' he said...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

W. T. D. SMITH, HIGH CLASS BAKER and PASTRY COOK, TOWN AND 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, ... 106 William-street. ROCKHAMPTON.  

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Eves' Domain [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

Eve's Domain ''H.G.'' — Just how much efficacy is there in good wishes and otherwise? Do they, like curses, rebound on the sender's head, or do they occasionally hit their mark ? I'm inclining sadly to the latter view. A new note from one or two persons (who didn't know me very well!) en- tered into my Christmas greetings this time — ''May you get all you deserve this Christmastide!'' Ominous words; and, oh! how amply fulfilled! (Cheers from Geoloin!) One darn little thing after another arrived to try me ending up with a black eye for Christmas from a sky-rocketing piece of kindling wood. So down it goes — New Year Resolution No. 702 —''Never even   wish my friends all they deserve — the poor individuals might get it!'' ''ISABEL'' — '' Valkyrie's '' poor man     that works 48 hours and comes home exhausted, reminds me of an old lady I know. When her son came home from work at 4 o'clock in the after- noon, she would say, ''Run, Mary, and &am...

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