This segment from Kiddies of Queensland Enjoy Outings in their Billy Carts: Rockhampton features a group of children riding goats and sitting in buggies that are being pulled by goats.
The Argonauts Club was first broadcast on Melbourne ABC Radio in Melbourne, from 1933-34.
Mike (Greg Rowe) and his father (Peter Cummins) go to warn Fingerbone Bill (David Gulpilil) that trouble is brewing.
The brother and sister are dying of thirst, camped by a spring that has dried up while they were asleep. The boy (Lucien John) sees a figure on the horizon.
While his father takes a catch of fish to sell in town, Mike (Greg Rowe) discovers some illegal hunters shooting birds.
Mike (Greg Rowe) is overjoyed when Mr Percival, his pet pelican, returns after being set free.
Summary by Paul Byrnes
'Nearly 60,000 school children are being given the privilege of crossing the Sydney Harbour Bridge before its opening' in March 1932.
Dr Wright, resident medic on The Mike Walsh Show, talks about a lot of serious topics - always with a dose of good humour.
This footage from 20 March 1938 is from the Maryborough Railway employees’ picnic held at Scarness, Queensland.
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