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EUROPE. PARIS, December 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

EUROPE. I'AKIS. December 20. M. llcrriot, u former Prime Minister ot Friiucc, tuld the Chamber of Deputies lltiit M. iiriiiiid'b proposal for a united stule of liiuropc «as possible and should be given iniinidiate support, M. llcrriot dcclurcd that the subject shoiiM be put into elfect as Boon at poi* xiblc to avoid conlHct. With the grow in/,' system of economic co-operation Ud «\:rte!-i, all obstacles could bn overcome.

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE MAGPIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THE MAGPIES. '(Written by Moreton Fullerton.) It .was on a Christinas Pay that two black and white birds .sing their sweetest song iu a ? ..gum ' tree. They were magpies and they wre ' looking tor a. plate to- build their nest. 'After searching for awhile they found an ex cellent .place* for a nest.' They gathered twig* for their home -.and by nightfall they hid it, almost finished, -so after singing their evening song they slept in the . top of -the old gutn.itee. -.''Sect day th,e -task of tulM:; ? ing the ' -xm-i w»» resume^ ^tnd' by midday it was . finished'; Mri:/'Magp}e then la|d thrw pretty eggs Jand^she arid cher male took turhy to keep them itrann.' ' On« chiy aftti seawu ing around JLt- see tliat. no makes were near they went to loot-tor grubs to the fields. But they had not seen 'a tiro'wh «nike *hb. nld been lying ?tlently - under «a bush, and «c sonn as the magpies had gone he ? crept out from his hiding- place. Suddenly he heard a ruth of wind and before he knew what w...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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"CHRISTMAS TIME." [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

?? CHRISTMAS TIME.' I -.-. -? rWi-Itteh'bv Kisie. Irnnt.1 Hark ! . joy bells are ringing, ''Rjngiug in good cheer ! Children, otroU are singing. For- Christmas time is her*, Santa Claus is ready To, visit his children dear, j Bringing dips and .toys. . , For Christmas time ia here. Children, hang up your UooVingi ] And have no nause io fear. ? For Santa fills them to the top, 'When Christmas time is here. {Winning entry in Christmas Competition.)

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

'VrAffiV MOONLIGHT.; - (Written by .loan Merchant.) Through tbc moonlight soft and mellow, -Wafts the music: sweet and mellow, Oa the. moss the fairies, dance, Bv the fctream tne elfins' prance, ' The goblins on the creepers twins, Making -the sleepy flowers ring. - Soon old King Sol their revels end. . And .'all skip off the flowers to tend. (Wincing «nlry in Christmas., Competition.)

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

YALUMBA REIGNS SUPREME. TEN Championships have been Secured by YALUMBA PORT during Last SIX YEARS ' ' _i ... LAMBERTON & CO., LTD,, (Rockh&mpton) i Sole Agent* :s Central Queensland ! '?'-? ?-????

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REJECTED. SYDNEY, December 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

REJECTED. SYDNEY, December 25. ,The Council of the Miners' Federa tion has rejected the' offer made by ? Uic Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) to make up- the miners' wages to, the award 'i;ate& in the event of a general resun)i-tjoii of work at the idle coflieries.' :' ' '.)['.'? The secretary of. .the. M.ine;j$|.tFede,i',a tion (Mr. Davies) iias-eut' 'circulars, to j the miners' lodges 9eti}i\fS.,oal, ilie. rjea sons for the rejection of ^he . proposals- The opinion of the Council is that Mt. ! Scullin's oiler is unacceptable because; it involves the prli.oiplo , of rcduiieU j waee:. / -

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

V ., III., L. & F. CO., LTD^ AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE. LAND AND FINANCE COMPANY, LTD. (Incorporated 1863.) LONTJOX, SYDNEY, MELBOUPNE, BRISBANE, TOWNS VILLE. ? Also at Buenos Ayres, Argentine. WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. Brisbane Office ? 129-1 r 'reek Street R. Sinclair Smith, Manager. A. M. Murdoch, Secretary.

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ROCKHAMPTON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

HOIK HAMPTON. .Utmatv I. , TIip Scci'ffta'rc of tl)e Rivkhainiiloii Ros.!)it.';l Ti'an1 h:i* receivetl :i bun* draft for U:, Ss. k4d. from (lie iecie lEi'y of -lie Yc';v)ooii Hospital l»all L.oni ?THee. boinjr tf\? i?Milt of the. aniiiia! ball ,T}t-»; unon'4 '?? «.» wek-iMiiP doiw tioi! to the funds nf the V?ppoon Ho* pitai: ?

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

JUDGED BY ITS MERITS. The Success of the PUBLIC CURATOR OFFICE rests upon the growing confidence of the people, THEREFORE APPOINT the PUBLIC CURATOR your EXECU- \ TOR or ADMINISTRATOR. : ? INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED. Systematic Accounting Guarantees Accuracy. ; With the PUBLIC CURATOR there are no intervals * when estate funds are not earning interest. '? ? WILLS MADE FREE. [ For full- particulars apply to : — ? ) the pubwc eyiur ott; Brisbane. THE LOCAL DKl'UTtf AT ROCKHAMPtOJT. - THE LOCAL DEl'UTl' AT TOWNS VILLE. & THE LOCAL DEFU/'i' AT CAIRNS. - ; '

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

I'RBAX POPULATION. The Registrar -General for yuccnsliuul, Mr. Geo. Porter, estimates the pupula 1 ion of the principal cities of (jucen^ taiHi.Rt. the end of \Q1H, sis Ibltows; — Bundabei'K II. 200. Cairns ItOio, * liarters Towers U000. Gympie »7.W. tpswich 2y,4u6. Mackuy 8875, Maryborough 12,000. Roekliampton 30.000. Toowoom Im 25.150. Townsvillp I5O.7OO, Brisbane ?'08.J80. The estimated population ol Queensland at June 30. l'J20. Hits 927,002.

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BROADSOUND AMUSEMENT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

15KOADSOCJ.VD A.MUSEMEXT CLLB. A euchre yyrly and dance was held. by (lie firbadsotiiid Amusement Club in Mr. G. Kersey's new and spacious i.t'll, at. Lawrence, last Mi^urday nighv. *J his ilub has just been formed mic! tin. i-£tr6na--p on Sr-.tuiilnv nbnt n^ local peo])(e »nd visitois indicates Him.* r step in t4ic ripht direction lias been . Uiken for . th« cominp y«*Hr. Tlte object of the club is to have ' somewhere, to £O,' and for that purpose they have ?bought various games, ^uch h- table tennis. dva\ig;its, domlnoe*. -|uoits. etc. also vnrioiic -ard ^auie* The hall ''*? available for. 'iieee sa|nrs two nijlitb per week, with rlaiK-ilis added lo the prn infamme. The -Hichr-e prizes' were won by Airs. C. .loluison and Mr. Max Con i4idl. tiie pwws being; donated by Messr* ITuekei-and Ticker.. Rockhampton ana | tl.e local hotel proprietor, Mrs. N. K 1 LiiMle, respectively. Refreshment* wer-' 'then handed round to all. A .lainty 1h-x of clrocolsle* \vr« donateil by Mr. -i. Kerscv ...

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AUSTRALIA'S 1300 THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

AUSTRALIA'S loOO THKATRHfe. Mr. Stuart I'. Doyle recently ai. liouiK-ed in -.Melbourne that Australia has l.'iOO pictuif theatres. Mr. l-»ylc t amioiiircement. ua« stroelcd «illi chwr*. It was important, ftom the i-oinl ul view of the British film industry, tor. as he pointed out. Australia's l:WMI th:'» ire* is the largest -jiiota, in proportiuw in population, of any country in the world. Through tlic talkies, !i« .-miu. Kng-lish mi?l^ w.«ll heroine the uni vei'^a) language.

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FOR SORE EYES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

I-'OK SO'KE tVES. -? Durinj; tl'; l,ot siiMimer montnt. e? lirciiilly when I hero an1 bush and pTfl^ lires. horc cytb L-n-ome prci j'.lcut *!??! i- lie lookfi lor Mjiicliim^ In it'lirve rhein MiTiisV Imperial cy ointnicn' it- at! xpiiisrd in llii? is^ui1 -'?*? » 'af* an.1 *nrt idu-ecly r.nd ib recommeiidoil i'i alj-.cve trouble

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

? MttS. WIM.TAMP. ROCKHAiiJPTOX, .Dewmbcr -'«? There patfeed away last week an oiu tnd respected lesideiit of the ilistrit-t, j Mrs. Williams, eays our Wycarbah cor- j rcsponrfent. Before s!ir mined m unvuj some years ago she recidjil iu \\y.ar b.tli. whei'c she was held - in: high !;es-j teem by a wftic'oirele -of'fricnds; i''»Sh,«. ««h jncdeccUsed by her? busbfihdL l»y.. three year?..' 'She ia ? siJrN^ved' ,tiy '.a -:r-j\vn-up .ffimily, ur M;hom: thy ^deepest' syinpalhy will be extended. ?,??' ?' ??,',

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MRS. WILLIAM FISHER. SPRINGSURE, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

MC. WILLIAM tl.SHKR. SrUJSUSlfKE-.' December- --7. A ver.V proininciit and myst, highly m tieincd residaut. Mr. William FJsiifer, jui'iPil away peacefully iii the ' iSjiriiii'-1 . sure Hospital this afternoon. The deceased, .who wat; atictiofiee.i; 'a.u1 had aho for many years J-ast; bjen stc retary of tiie ijprin^surc Wo.spitaL tbt tUldiVllows' . LiMlg^'. fShow 'Kate , cliiip* and clerk of the Ujnau ttbar'd.-. Ue (??ok a very active interest in the wel fare of the town a lid district^. . . , ?? | Mr. Ki slier underwent -a serious jipelra- | lion in Kockham|ito'n -sonre nvonth's H^-- and appeared' much better, but' lately fh t'jicd the hospital- for treatment. ?' The funeral la'kes ^pliice. to-inotlfew, ' He leave* « \vidow ahd gy«Jwii. up ,t'ivntilj- ? Mr. l'i-=hcr was a I '^st District Urj|ni Master of the KockhanintyH ' Distinct, Miiiichcster ITuity'i and TiTid'ieveral times been a director of the Order.

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HOUSEHOLD REQUIREMENTS. RETAIL AVERAGE PRICES. ROCKHAMPTON, January [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

HOUSEHQU) REQURI^MjiNTS. „ . liKTAlt AAikAUjp.l'RlCE^ , KOtKpA-VlPTOK, - Jimiarvv- »;r Kiicon. per Ib.. lid. tQ'-«. ?'?... .i.t 1 CheesH, per Va. .. .'..^.- ..'.1. 4 Kuttet oe'f'ib. .. ., .... ..it K.ups. pur d»'/. ... .??..:'.?. ..;. i. f3*: Maize. Whole. y*r .bus, v*. %'.^'' B 9 Maize. cr».kcd. peivjius:*!. .V, 1/ 1,1 Hran. ;-e. bush. ..;-..-.^ ..','2- f .^ I Apricot* Dried pet Ibi' .. .. - f; 'S Peaches Dried, oer Ib.- ..,..- I, » I'ineapplr Crushed, ner tin: .. ' 0-^ 104 - W'eet Six. per pkt. ,, ,.;« K'Hi llice Hubble*, net ptt. ..*.'. ;;.;.0:;lf| ? ,:

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THE MAILS. ENGLISH INWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THEMAitS:» - - E.VGLISU INAVAKffl. ^'?'*Wjf ' '..paled'1* '.'; .Dtte ?v- ,;.'v . LotiilOD./ Gk^iij Ail^iCAN^^RO:; \H?%; '':-'?'' -'??' ?-.?Mv-.-::':i0^»\'j Dated ,, Bo]|.itn« liNGU^JH* OlJ^WAKM^ . .''; .'*?';' -'^litaoge.-^l.^e.;' v* Brisbann ' LfBdou Orama . . .-. . . «/l/B0 ., ?'- - -«/tf.»J AOrtnia . . ?'.'. \ a/I/SO' ^ ' '8/^/SU Mbollan .... .':.' 1- L3vfi/;«i ? . lj/iJ/SO Xl««oltan .. . .. 7 16/1 /SO ' -. 15V2/3U *— Forwarded bv air- mail Adelaide t--i^» ? ,-. ;?;;. v^.^.,^:l AM Lli I CAN OUTAVAKU. -CUi»e . l)u« DrUttan^.- , ' ' . Aorinsi '(Van.) -.' ' 8/1/iiU 31/1^,;

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FIERCE CALE LONDON, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

FIERCE GALES. LONDON. December 26.   Fierce gales on the British coast and over south-eastern Europe played havoc with the shipping. So far, 31 deaths have been reported.   Gallant rescues from vessels, in diffi- culties have been effected. There is an unusually long list of Christmas tragedies, half of which have been the outcome of motoring smashes. An unusual accident occurred at Hull where 12 persons were injured through the collapse of a scaffolding at a church overlooking a football ground. The scaffolding gave way under the weight   and precipitated the spectators 40 ft.       to the ground, amid crashing timbers and masonry. The Fleetwood lifeboat on Christmas Day rescued six men from the French steamer Tehad, on a voyage from Bor- deaux to Morecambe. The vessel drifted on Pilling Sands. Rockets proved unavailing and the crew soaked their mattresses with paraffin   and burnt them. The ...

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FASCIST PRESS ROME, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

FASCIST PRESS ROME, December 27. The Pope made an unusually outspok- en attack on the attitude of the Fascist     Press, when answering the Christmas greetings of his Cardinals, and hinted broadly at a lack of good faith on the part of the Government. The Pope vigorously and categorically denied that Catholic news and propa- ganda organisations had anything to do with politics and declared ''The Catholic Press of Italy is beaten badly, obviously badly.'' The Pope proceeded to denounce the intention to erect a statue in Rome of Garibaldi which he said ''was contrary to the spirit of the Luteran Pact, which recognises the sacred character of Rome,     this Rome which remains always our   Rome and diocese.'' The Pope deplored the permission and facilities given to publication which were irreverent and disrespectful to- wards the Holy See and the Pope and indicated that these should be called anti-religious.  ...

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

ST. FAITH'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS YEPPOON. An Ideal Secondary 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 Secetary. Box 18. Rockhampton.   ST. PETER'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, BARCALDINE. (Boarders and Day Pupils). Moderate Fees. Concessions for two in a family. Headmaster: Rev. R. V. Burrow es, M.A.. Prospectus on application to Headmaster. R. COUSINS & CO., LTD., ESTABLISHED 1886. GENERAL BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.   Shop Front and Show Case Specialists. Giass Merchants and Leadlight Importers, General Joiners and Glaziers. ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS (large or small) PROMPTLY EXECU- TED A...

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