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HINKLER'S NEW PLAN LONDON, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

HINKLER'S NEW PLA$ '^ ? ? ?? M LONDON. December 28 A light aeroplane, which promifiesfj] be a great success, is at present 'Unffl ?construction by Squadron-leader BjS Hinklcr. ' ;| It is a small monoplane, driven;| two 40 h.p. fcalmsou engines, worki| tandem. It will be possible | manoeuvre the plane on both land *1 sea, as it is fitted with floats as Wf'l as an undercarriage and the pilot.wi be able to lower aud raise the iloij from the cockpit to suit lauding cfi. ditions. ,; The machine is wholly Hinkler's OV defcign. Whea he had drafted rou| plans he submitted them to a w« known firm -rf aircraft constructors, b| they were too busy on the constructii! of standard machines and were unal'i to take it up. Hinkler was thrown on his own l\ sources, but he was fortunate in oj taining the services of an expert coj structor who foresaw the great posr bilities of the invention and hired shed near Southampton and the co: struction began. llinkler and the expert have been but; on its const...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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THE POPE. ROME, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THE POPE. ' ROME. December 26.1 On the octasiou of the oOth anniv«l sary of his ordination to the priesthool the* Pope reuy.xud the following messaa from King George: — I 'I ciiu'iiot -93ow tlus Jiappy occasiJ to pass \\|^tJjpuS ollering uiy most 'feia cere coiigr^rafaiipns and best wishJ for Youi'^^Uiiest-'si welfare and happl ness, and I ask Your Holiness to al ucpt the-e felicitations as an assurana of the sincere friendship, heartfelt ri R|)ect and esteem I feel for the pr&J and character of Your Holiness.' v..|

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

WINTON. Apart from slight show-sis in the dis trict no rain of any distinct value lia« fallen during the week past, ulJiougli the hot days we have been experiencing betoken good ruins to uomu. A featurt of the last few days has Lwen the ex tremely cool nights, whirl) are a god send after the sweltering heat of tin; day. On the 9th instant Kynuna wus again the centre of a severe wiud storm ; Absolon's Kynuna Hotel was partially unroofed, and several other ?buildiiijjn suffered similarly. The telephone line wag blown over almost to the ground for a distance of about three miles. Several of these miniature cyclone* have now visited Kytnmu witf -i a very short period of time and residents there an: beginning to wonder if there is a hoo doo on the place. Mr. H. T. Weedon was voted to the chair at the monthly meeting of the Winton Hospital conuuiti-;'. l.ttiord of appreciation had been sent to Messrb W. S. Field and J. B. Quarterniuiue and Mrs: Seary, thanking then*, for aervicoi reud-sre...

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EUROPE AND AFRICA. GIBRALTAR, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

EUROPE AND AFRICA. GIBRALTAR. December *-J7. Colonel J. Eyenois, author of tu tunnel s-cheine for connecting Eurofl and Africa, bas arrived at Tarifa, $A eompauied by the engineers. ^j He has passed tlie plans for»the trorj which will be-in in January at Alcazaj and Seguir iii Spanish Morocco, oppcj site Tarifa in bpain. I The t-panisli Government has an proved of giants to defray the cost- - hinkinj the shaft. I

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

Yia m»y fe»v* *? refretUa^ oeatn voym|t an ? lark*, toedtm User, call ?t AMtmJrtl* C3»pit»U «trtl spend ? uni^c holiJUy ia the driest— all at ti* greater cast than tk* Queen* «lider'« ordinary Visit to Sydney. The Lc-atoffftdihM lineft of th» P. tr O. Royal MaU Line will carry ybi to pferloo **4 htck «t specially tediieed Eicuriien Fareti PUA tKis holiday ahead with P.fir O. orients .P. &Q/.UNE UAZY-SttitMt, JftlBBANt

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

GRACEMERE The Graceraere pineapple growers ara beginning to realise that it is neces sary to find a market outside Rocb hampton and its immediate environments for their ever increasing production. One grower last week sent a number of cases of pineapples through the fruit floor at Rockhampton, mostly to Sydney and Melbourne. With the exception of the four cases sent to Brisbane no re turns have come to hand. The Bris bane returns show that 14s. per case of two dozen was realised. The freight was 7s. Id., cartage Is., commission 4s. 2d., and levy stamps 2d. Adding to this the cost of cases (4s. Sd.), the net return was 4s. lid. per dozen, which is considered very satisfactory. Further consignments will be despatched in the coming week and it is expected that these will continue throughout the sea son. The striding of the pineappleB to the southern markets will be the means of preventing the glut, which invariably occurs in the flush of the season, and will maintain satisfactory price...

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

SCORIA. Sports were held here on Boxing Day which, on the whole, were a great suc cess. The ton. secretary (Mr. A. Bol chen). put in a strenuous day, as did. Messrs. D. Venn, Len Russell and others. Besulte : — Boys race — A. Gir kie 1, L. Maguire 2. Girls race— Silvie. Russell 1, M. Maguire 2. Open Han dicap— B. Russell 1, A. Girkie 2. Pillow fight— W. Hill. Flag race— J. Barnes 1, A. Hanson 2. Mt Scorit Climb— A- Bolchen 1, J. Steinback 2. Married ladies' race— Mrs. Stokes 1, Mre. Les Russell 2. Single ladies' race— T. Cork erill. 100 yds. Handicap— B. BusselL Scurry race-— J. Crawford. Pending race — A. Hanson. Wood chop- -Allan Perry (judged by Mr. Lex Russell). ' A dance was held at night at the Thanwool Hall which was a great suc cess. The attendance was a record. Mr. A. Archer eupplicd the music and Mr. M'Nab was M.C. The proceeds are in aid of the C.W .A. and L.P.A., Mt. Scoria. ' The Government surveyor 6urveye-l the 6ite for the school Mt. Scoria to-day and work on the bui...

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

W. HOSKINGS. AUCTIONEER, MOW AN. FOE PRIVATE SALE. Tip Dray, £13; Timber Waggon, 6-inch tyres. £45. % Furrow Inter. Stumpjump Plough, £25. Single Furrow Sunnie Plough, in ^ood order, £12. ~ ~' Two-furrow Sunrise Stump Jump ' Plough, nearly new, £20. 2 h.p. Wand Engine, £20 (or will exchange for cattle); McCorniack Deering Tractor, £300. easy terin& Jersey Bull, Kockhampton Show ?? . .winner, IQ^uineas. , , . ., Bent Shaft Sulky, wheels just re cently cut and shut, in god order, £1L 254 acres Scrub Land, 6 miles from TVowan, about 100 acres felled and burnt, '0 acres cleared for plough, house, good welL 4.0 cattlfe;*30 pigs, f600. ^ ( .'???.. Near* THANGOOL. 159 acres 'of good land, securely fenced and divid ed, nut, barn, 90 acres cultivation, 40 being under^ cotton, good well, wind mill, tank and troughing, 5 plough horses. 2 burrow plough, 3 sec. har rows, single 'row planter, two row planter, Wiggletail cultivator, pony plough, 4 Bets harness, spring cart and harness, £ 5...

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

HARTLEY. A Christmas tree for the children was held in the Myora Hall, Hartley, on the 20th instant. The stage was prettily decorated with evergreuu6 ani the Christmas tree was tastefully ar ranged with toys, which greatly de lighted the children. Before bauta Claus made his appearance the children eang the opening song ' Welcome.' Several other vocalists rendered items and they were much appreciated. About 9.30 p.m. Mr. D. Ross, of Hartley, made his ap- ' pearance, disguised as Santa Claus, autf distributed the toys, each child receiv ing one.' Mrs. Underwood, the superin tendent of the Methodist Sunday school at Hartley, and her two assistants, Misses Shepherd and Vickers, deserve great credit for the way they have car- . ried out their work, often under great difficulties. Mr. Kingsford, of Rock hampton, assisted to make the evening a success. The Eum of £11 was taken al, the door. This will be applied to Sunday 6chool funds. During the even ing the chairman of the school commit ...

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

[?] The following it a sample of count)? t6rr«ljto*d«Ace tfciil it tf M earthly use to anybody:— 'Mr. — — preiidfcd at a towSnf ot tiki. : ? L.P.A., which was held in the School ot ArU on freiday, It to1 instant, when there was a fair attendance and a somber of teal attfofi were dealt with.' ! The only news value such a n&rarraph his U thtt thcVe WM « meeting held, the public not being taken ints the confidence of t»« writer of the paragraph with respect to the business transacted. Yet the meeting was held to transact bu cine;?, and a- number «f pfOftle iH interested in that business. We are anxibut to pnblllB repaHs «f iith meetings, but are entirely in the hands of our country edrrespondlAts in the matter. The difference between a garrulotts accodnt of tvtnti of minor importance, and the mere skeleton accduftt of butifUr* *w* «? the above needs no stressing. To our country correspondents we ask Give ns the new* of ydur district as briefly but as fully as you are able. Keep...

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

MT. MORGAN. Messrs. John Joseph rjayes. Martin Hogau, and John Joseph Black, haw. been appointed to fill the vacancies on tho. Town Council. Two of the new aldermen are railway men, 'and with the Mayor and Aid. Glazebrook, there will be four railway employees at the table. A mild sensation was caused here yesterday afternoon when a yountr nurse from the hospital was seen doing R Marathon down HospUa] Hii! and vound one of the back streets. A boy had levanted from the children's .ward with tlie object of going to his parent* home at Horse Creek. The nurse ran right out to Kelson's tlore, over a mile from the hospital, but failed to overtake thp boy. She was thoroughly exhaust ed and when put. into a car fainted. SLe, however, quickly recovered and was none the worse for her effort. Mt. Morgan, December 27, 192!'.

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

AHEKX— FITZGERALD. A- wedding was solemnised ut St. Joseph's Church, The Strand, Towha rillc, recently, the contracting parties boing Ursula, second daughter of Mr. P. J. PftEgerald, Rockhatnpton, to Clar ence Henry, third von of Mr. and Mrs. G. Ahcrn, Townsville. . Rev. Father - Feeney ojBciated. Alices itoriel Barnnley presided at the organ, playing tho wedding march and accom panying the choir. of. pupils of St. i'ut rick's Convent,' nho rendered 'Ave Maria' during the ilgnlng of the regis ter. ? . The bride, -who -entered the church on the arm of her brother, Mr. A. Fitz gerald, was beautifully frockvd in white sit in, with a. . crossover tight-fitting bodice,-' the skirt featuring the uneven hemline, relieved with pearls and dia mante embroidery. Her beautiful hyni ton lace veil (lent by Mrs. Tctcrsen) wai very simply .or ranged at vault side j with knots of orange blo«aon»; Uet bouquet *wai, of /Sft. Joseph V liliee. ! -. Miss^lfiiima, I'itxgvraiJ attended »* ),irjd4'i}»vali\....

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

JERICHO. On Wednesday night, the lKtk iu stant, the Alpha Rosebuds, an amateur concert party, showed in the Queeu's Hall to a very fair house. The object cf the entertainment was to raise funds for' the Alpha branch of the C.YV.A. The entertainment was a great suc r«ss. The audience was kept in roar? of laughter most of the time, and nil enjoyed the entertainment. It would be unfair to individualise, as all the artists acquitted themselves very well, but. the favourite number was undoub tedly Mi. Fred Misto's impersonation of the Yiddish gentleman. Alter the concert a dance wans held and all ap peared to have a very enjoyable time, as daneintr was continued till the early .hours of the morning. Ou Thursday morning, the 19 th in stant. Mr. John M'Call, a very old resident' ;^f 'the town and. district, wan dered 'from' his home. He was not missed until he had been gone some hours, his wife being under the impres sion that he had gone to his daugh ter's place. The police aud several ci...

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

Ml. LARCOM. Mr. M. tee's grocery establishment was broken into last night, and to bacco', to the value of £5, was stolen. The thief, or thieves, selected a favour able night for their nefarious work by prizing three boards off the under part of the window and crawling through the opening into the shop. A heavy storm was raging at the time, pre venting Ajr. and Mrs. Lee, who were iu the kitchen, from: hearing anything. It was not until morning that Mr. Le? was Aware of his lose. A young man picked up three tins of tobacco which were dropped by the burglar. -The, ^adies Committee of th? Mt. Morgan Hospital W wbrking to make their benefit euchr^ patty and - dance for- Neyih Year's -njgit a success. The )kppojjatMtki- of Mf. F. fl. ^'Carthy to vthe position flf Commis sioner -for 'Stamps ^ puts another Ait. Morgan young man on the list of those who have made; good. Mr. M'Cartliy is the eldest son of 'Mr. Fred. H. M'Carttiy, who -was! one of Mt. Mor gan's best known and respected citi ze...

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

JtHBGHO COUNCIL The monthly meeting of the Jericho Shire TDtmncil was held on the 11th in htatit. There wfere presents — Ore. Ii ???. J.' Presland - (chjriiMgHK VV. W S. paniels; ]J. ]«'. Uymi, G. 1£. Vulljnjr, i-\ Langstun, .1. H. Wall, lv. Ucluui, J. M'lfct ridge and J. Luwlcr. j Tlie Lauds Department notified that, implication had been . made bv Messrs.' L. M. 8. Cooper and E. M. doppur tor the temporary closure of the' ioud ill the parishes of Mixico und Santiago.-^ It was decided to reply lliut a mistake had been made in the minute, the in tention of tlie Council bi'iiiK to enclose the road' within the select iuu and erect licensed ({tiles and not the temporal'}' closure as gazetted. ' The Department of Agriculture ?vrole in regard to stock being allowed to tra\el from Jericho to Alpha through cli'.-in country without being dipped und giving reasons . The Auditor-General grunted pei'iuis moii to write oil' rates amounting to. flSS lUs. !)d. I Mr. A. K. Templeton objected to thu...

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

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

BILOEI-A. J'lio scholars attending the Uiloeiu State School held a bazaar and dance in aid of the Hospital Building 1'uud last Saturday cveuir.g. The whole en tertainment was organised and conducted by the juveniles, who were also re sponsible for the manufacture of tlie various articles sold on the fancy goods stall. Notwithstanding the heavy thuu derstorm vifhich occurred duriug the late afternoon there was a good attendance and a profit of £15 is expected. .Novelty competitions, resulted: — Moute Carlo waltz, Mr. and Mrs. Anders; tailing the pig. Joan Iredalc and W. J. Winchester. Sullivan's Orchestra provided the muic. On Sunday the Biloela team played 4 match against Vplentine Plains on lie latter's wicket. Valentine Plains totalled 71 runs (H. Cain 32). Thomas took three for 13 and S. Anderson three ior 14. Biloela replied with 124 (Skinner (29, R. .Quarrie 25). W. Gray took three for 24 and H. Cain two for 2S. Biloela thus won by 53 runs. Biloela, December 24, 1929.

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

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

MATTHEWS— STOKES. A very preily ueddiiig was soloniniscj ' , . at the Baptist Tabernacle on the !7th . ./ Jntlant by tlie Kev. C. li. Lutoii, wliou ',...' ICinuia, eldest duu^Jiter of Mrs. Stokot. . . j of Campbell-street, KoekliHinpton. was . married to Kvan, eldest sou «f Mr»- .,. Mathuws, of rroMH'et-street. The bride chose a. dainty frock of . „. ivory crepe Zinettc, featuring the ne^ ..'..,. tdtcven hum lilt j mid swathed hip yuke, . , finished at left side with orange bloi- ,' ,.- »om eiiray und ribbon streamers. Thu \. bodice was pintucked unt! hand -*m .-,.. .j broldored yofee with lonyf lisht tittiny .» .» Rlccves. Her wreath and veil (lent bv Mrs. C. Smith, of Gladstone-street ) wae \\,],..; arranged in cap fashion av4 held in place by a wruath of oranKe bloppotu. Site carried n »howcr bnuqii t of nstcrs and carnations. ' Miss Harrle Stokes attended her sis- ,. tcr an bridesmaid and wore a dainty ' „ pink cropu Zinettc frock. The iMuline r e was hand- embroidered with scnl...

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