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ROCKHAMPTON POULTRY SALES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
ROCKHAMPTON POULTRY SALES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 15. &nbsp; Messrs. Broome and Elwing held their regular weekly sale of Poultry at their East-street mart on the 10th instant to a fair penning so far as numbers &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; were concerned, but good table quality was far short of requirements, the majority of the birds being hens in the fowl section. Ducks were in fair &nbsp; request, but the demand for turkeys &nbsp; was erratic. Good table fowls continue &nbsp; in good demand. The prices quoted &nbsp; below are at per pair unless otherwise &nbsp; stated — Medium prime roosters sold &nbsp; &nbsp; from 7s. down to 6s., lighter down to 5s, Exceptionally prime coloured hens sold at from 6s. 8d. down to 5s. 6d., lighter down to 4s. ; White Leghorn roosters from 6s., for very prime, to 4s for old staggy birds ; White Leghorn hens 5s. 10d. to 3s. 10d , prime table cockerels 6s. to ...
ENOGGERA SALES. BRISBANE, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
ENOGGERA SALES. BRISBANE, January 9. At Enoggera to-day 9700 sheep of fair quality were penned. The market opened at 3½d. and firmed at 3¾d., with odd pens reaching 4d. There were 1250 cattle of average quality yarded. Best bullock and cow beef made from 38s. to 40s., with odd pens 42s., values showing a de- cline on the last sales. CATTLE. Mactaggarts report : — We sold bull- ocks on account of Edgar Stevens, Hillview, Beaudesert, to £16 12s., aver- againg £15 12s., and 36 bullocks on ac- count of Ferling Brothers, Kilcoy, to 15 gns., averaging £14 13s. 1d. The Queensland Primary Producers report : — We sold on account of Mrs. P. C. M'Connel, Toogoolawah, three bullocks, averaging £11 17s. 6d., and four cows averaging £8 12s. 6d. ; J. Drynan, 18 bullocks, averaging £11 14s. 4d. ; James Sparkes, Dalby, 18 &nbsp; bullocks, averaging £11 5s. 7d. ; Gilbert Company, Gayndah, 20 cows, averaging £9 0s. 9d. ; and W. R. Butler, Toogoo- lawah, seven cows, averaging £6 10s. Australian...
WOOL PRICES. TASMANIAN DECLINE. HOBART, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
WOOL PRICES. TASMANIAN DECLINE. HOBART, January 14. As a result of the Tasmanian wool sales, which opened, at Launceston last week and continued at Hobart on Mon- day, growers will suffer to the extent of between £400,000 and £500,000 in revenue, as prices were considerably lower than was the case last year. At the opening sales in other States prices have been lower, and Tasmania, al- though it produces wool of a superior class to anything which can be produced in other States, suffered a general de- cline in prices. As the sales proceeded yesterday the position improved slight- ly and a record price for the State for the season was reached when five bales of high class super merino wool brought 34¼d. per lb. The best price for come- backs was 18½d. and for crossbreds I8¼d., both lots being of high quality. Dur- ing the day numerous lots were with drawn by growers, who feel that by sending wool to the London sales they will reap a richer harvest.
PRODUCE. BRISBANE, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
PRODUCE. BRISBANE, January 8. At the Roma-street markets to-day, lucerne chaff from local growers was the principal class of fodder presented, and there was a further decline in va- lues. For green leafy lucerne, the rul- ing rate was from 6s. to 6s. 6d., and one lot touched 6s. 10d. The market continues to be bare of New South Wales oaten chaff, and for a better class sample of locally-grown oaten chaff up to 7s. 2d., was paid. A good class sample of wheaten chaff realised 6s. 4d., and a poor line went at 5s. 4d. Mixed chaff was in light supply, and for superior mixed chaff up to 6s. 10d. was obtained. An offer of 3s. 9d. was refused for lucerne hay. There were increased supplies of potatoes. Sales were made at from 17s. 6d. to 11s. 9d. There was a further decline for onions. One sample realised 8s. Other sales were made at 7s. 7d. to 5s. 6d. Pumpkins continued in heavy sup- ply and realised from 8s. to 5s. 9d; a green line went at 4s. There was keen competition for two lots of whe...
CITY MARKETS. rockhampton, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
CITY MARKETS. ROCKHAMPTON, January 13. The following were the ruling rates at the City Markets on Saturday : — Veal 5d. to 8d. per lb., shin 6d. each calves' liver 6d., calves' hearts 3d calves' feet 6d., veal cutlets 8d. per lb veal sausage 7d., pork 10d. to 1s., pork chops 1s., pig's head 4d., pig's frys 4d. each, butter 2s. per lb., eggs 1s.6d. per &nbsp; dozen. pineapples 2s. to 4s. per dozen mangoes 20s. for 1s., tomatoes 6d. per &nbsp; lb., beetroots 4d. a bunch, carrots 3d., &nbsp; parsley 2d., cabbage 6d. each, pump- kin 2d. per lb.
HOUSEHOLD REQUIREMENTS. RETAIL AVERAGE PRICES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
HOUSEHOLD REQUIREMENTS. RETAIL AVERAGE PRICES. &nbsp; ROCKHAMPTON, January 15. s. d. Bacon, per lb.. 11d. to . . . . 1 7 Cheese, per lb. . . . . . . . . 1 4 Butter, per lb. . . . . . . . . 2 2 Eggs, per doz. . . . . . . . . . 1 3 Maize, whole, per bus. . . . . 7 6 Maize, cracked, per bus. . . . 7 10 Bran, per bush . . . . . . . . .2 7 Apricots Dried, per lb. . . . . 1 3 Peaches Dried, per lb. . . . . 1 3 Pineapple Crushed, per tin .. 0 10½ Weet Bix, per pkt. . . . . . . 0 9½ Rice Bubbles, per pkt. . . . . 0 10
C.C.D. FRUIT MARKETING. ROCKHAMPTON, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
C.O.D. FRUIT MARKETING. ROCKHAMPTON. January 9. The Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing reports: — Melbourne by wire, 7th instant: — Bananas, specials 27s., choice 25s. to 26s., standard 19s. to 24s., plain 14s. to 18s.; pineapples, smooth 18's and 21's 18s., odd &nbsp; lots higher, larger counts 11s. to 14s.. roughs 8s. to 14s.; passion fruit, halves &nbsp; 5s. to 10s.; apples, cookers 4s. to 7s.; plums, 4s. to 7s.; peaches, 3s. to 7s.; apricots, 3s. to 6s., odd lots higher; cherries, halves 7s. to 8s. Sydney, by wire, 7th instant: — Bananas, special 32s. to 34s., choice 26s. to 30s., standard 20s. to 25s., plain 12s. to 20s.; pineapples, smooth 14s. to 22s., Ripleys 8s. to 14s.; papaw, 10s. to 18s.; passion fruit, 6s. to 14s.; mangoes, 6s. to 18s.; tomatoes, 2s. to 5s.; pumpkins, £10 to £16 per ton; apples, dessert 7s. to 16s.; cookers, 7s. to 12s. ; cherries, 6s. to 12s.; apricots, 3s. to 5s. ; peach- es, 3s. to 8s.; plums, to 8s. Fruit train 130, run by the...
SOUTHERN FRUIT MARKETS. ROCKHAMPTON, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
SOUTHERN FRUIT MARKETS. ROCKHAMPTON, January 13. The Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing reports: — Adelaide, by wire. 8th instant — The A.B.M. advise: Anticipate top quality bananas 30s. to 32s., choice 28s.. stan- dard 22s. to 27s., plain 14s. to 20s.; pineapples 25s. to 28s. Melbourne, by wire. 10th instant— Bananas, specials 28s., choice 26s. to 27s., standard 20s. to 25s., plain 15s. to 19s.; pineapples, smooth, good counts to 20s., odd lots higher, smaller counts 12s. to 14s., roughs 11s. to 14s.; papaws to 15s., passion fruit, halves 8s. to 10s.: apples, cookers 4s. to 7s.; apricots, 3s. to 6s.; pears, 8s. to 10s., few to 12s.: &nbsp; peaches, 3s. to 7s.; plums. 4s. to 7s. Sydney, by wire, 10th instant— Bananas, special 30s. to 32s., odd lots higher, choice 26s. to 28s., standard 20s. to 25s., plain 12s. to 20s., prospects easier ; pineapples, smooth 14s. to 22s., Ripleys 8s. to 14s.; papaws, 10s. to 20s.; passion fruit, 5s. to 12s.; mangoes, 10s. to 20s.; tomat...
MONETARY. BRISBANE, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
MONETARY. &nbsp; BRISBANE. January 8. On the Stock Exchange to-day the following sales were made:— Commonwealth bonds, 5¼ per cent, 1933, £99 13s. 9d.; 5½ per cent, 1931, £99 5s.; 6 per cent, 1930, December in- terest, £100 2s. 6d.. £100 5s. Queensland 5½ per cent bonds, 1933- 38, £100 7s. 6d. Dunlop-Perdriau, ord., 22s. 11d., 22s. 10d. Peters' Arctic, paid to 15s., 21s. Samuel Allen, second preference, 18s. Castlemaine-Perkins, 18s. 9d. City Electric Light, ord., old, 27s. 9d. A.B.C. Bank, 29s.. 28s. 10½d. Bank of New South, £40 17s. 6d. Australian Roma Oil, No. 1, paid up, 4s. John Hicks, ord., 10s. 9d. &nbsp; Perkins and Co., 11s. 3d. &nbsp; &nbsp; Quotations. &nbsp; &nbsp; Mt. Isa, b 26s. Australian Roma Oil, No. 1, b 3s. 1d., s 4s.; No. 2, b 4s. Lander Oilfields, b 2s. 3d., s 3s. Queensland Roma Oil. b 1s. 6d., s 2s. Roma Mooga, paid up, b 9d. R.O.C.L., b 20s., s 20s. 9d.; block 17, paid up, s 4s. BRISBANE, January 14. On the Stoc...
LOCAL STOCK EXCHANGE, ROCKHAMPTON, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
LOCAL STOCK EXCHANGE. ROCKHAMPTON, January 15. The feature of the call at the local stock exchange yesterday was the offer of buyers to take up Mt. Morgan shares (old co.) at 4d. Holders of shares who will receive a final dividend of 3s. to- morrow prior to the winding up of the company, would not release them under 9d. and no sales were made. The following were the quotations : — Commonwealth bonds, 6 per cent, 1930, December interest, b £100 2s. 6d.; 5¼ per cent, 1933, b £90 15s.; 5½ per cent, 1936, b £98 5s. ; 5½ per cent, 1941, b £98 ; 5¼ per cent, 1943, b £98 10s. Q.N.Bank, b £8 5s. Blair Athol Coal, b 4s., s 5s. Mt Morgan G.M.C. (old co.), b 4d., s 9d. Newcastle Coal, b 12s., s 13s. 9d. Col. Gas Co., b 24s., s 25s. Broken Hill Prop., b 25s. Roma Oil Corp., b 19s. 6d., s 22s. 6d. The only sales reported were Com- monwealth bonds, 5¼ per cent, 1943, at £98 10s.
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS Rental reduced.— It is notified in the ''Government Gazette'' that the an- nual rental of The Peninsula block will, on and after March 7th, if not previously applied for as a pastoral lease, be reduced from 10s. to 7s. 6d. per square mile. Land withdrawn. — 149 Bundalba (pastoral lease) is withdrawn from se- lection. Land for selection.— At Clermont, on February 12th, an area of 3 3/8 square miles of prickly pear land, parish of Theresa, will be open for occupation license at an annual rental of £2 per square mile. Transfers of teachers.— Leonard Wil- liam Callow, h.t. Dululu, to Wheat- lands; Horace Frederick Cecil, h.t. Benaraby, to Many Peaks; Edward Houghton Chapman, h.t. Machine Creek, to Redgale; Richard Edward Court, h.t. Boulia, to Wonga Lower; Arthur O. C. Davies, h.t. Frazerview, to Boulia; Gladys Victoria Hick, a.t. Rockhampton Central (Infants), to Blackall; Sarah Alicia M'Cabe, a.t. Rockhampton Central (Girls), to Al- lenstown; Mary Veronica Peter...
THE WEATHER HEAVY RAINS IN NORTH. RAILWAY TRAFFIC HELD UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
THE WEATHER HEAVY RAINS IN NORTH. RAILWAY TRAFFIC HELD UP. The week has been characterised by high temperatures and heavy rainfalls — the greater part of the precipitation, however, falling in the north. &nbsp; The amount of rainfall showed a striking variation accord- ing to locality, the highest being at Mossman, where over 10½ inches fell. Some interruption of the railway service was caused by the rise in the rivers, but the traffic was soon resumed. MELBOURNE, January 8. The maximum temperature in the city to-day reached 107 degs., but the reading at the Meteorological Bureau, away from the heart of the city, was 102. Sales of soft drinks at stalls conduct- ed by the Railway Department during the last four days amounted to nearly £30,000. BRISBANE, January 8. During the 24 hours ended at 9 a.m. to-day further heavy rain was record- ed in the tropical coast divisions and it was again heavy between Cooktown and Cardwell, 1065 points at Mossman, 895 at Port Douglas, 605 at ...
ABORIGINAL CENSUS INTERESTING FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
ABORIGINAL CENSUS. INTERESTING FIGURES. The aboriginal census returns as at June 30th, 1929, have now been sum- marised and the grand total of full bloods and half-castes shows an in- crease of 432 on last year 's figure. The census was taken and the tabula- tions made by the Registrar-General, Brisbane, with the co-operation of the Chief Protector of Aboriginals, the re- turns being supplied by protectors throughout the State as well as super- intendents of missions, reserves and set tlements. Half-caste aboriginals are included in the general population estimates, but full bloods are not. The following figures, therefore, give, approximately, the total population of the State at June 30th, 1928, and 1929:— 1928. 1929. General population 911,737 927,092 Full blood aboriginals 13,193 14,177 Total . . . . . . 924,930 941,269 The increase in full bloods is due, to a large extent, to the inclusion, in large districts like Camooweal, Normanton and Coen, of some nomadic tribes whose exis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
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Q.C.W.A. MOWBULLAN MOUNTAIN SHACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
Q.C.W.A. MOWBULLAN MOUNTAIN SHACK. In addition to the thirteen seaside huts and three seaside homes that the Queensland Country Women's Associa- lion has established, it is also anxious to provide mountain cottages to which country women, who need the air of the mountains, may go. There is a mountain cottage at Mt. Tambourine, and the Mowbullan moun- tain shack has recently been opened. Two years ago representatives of the Dalby, Square Top, Jandowae, Cooran- ga North, Bell, Irvingdale, Downfall, and Perrinuan branches formed a com- mittee to erect and furnish a holiday home on Mt. Mowbullan, in the Bunya mountains. The idea came from the Cooranga North branch, and through the untiring efforts of the committee it has been erected and furnished and was officially opened by Mrs. Farmer, presi- dent of the Southern Division, on Oc- tober 5 th. To distinguish it from the Redcliffe seaside huts it has been called the Mow- bullan mountain shack. It is attractive- ly situated on the northe...
RAINFALL—CRACOW STATION— THEODORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
RAINFALL—CRACOW STATION— THEODORE. Year . . . . . . Jan. Feb. Mar. Ap. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. — Total 1921 . . . . . . X X X X X X X X 0.61 3.26 X 8.70 — X 1922 . . . . . . 2.37 5.01 0.00 0.00 0.22 0.98 1.86 0.25 0.36 0.48 0.95 4.03 — 17.41 1923 . . . . . . 1.68 0.75 0.00 3.68 0.00 2.27 0.87 0.00 1.86 1.08 1.14 3.01 — 18.34 1924 . . . . . . 2.77 12.30 2.30 2.54 0.00 0.78 2.43 0.75 0.88 6.33 7.08 1.69 —39.85 1925 . . . . . . 7.16 1.00 1.57 0.00 2.75 1.43 1.04 1.85 0.80 0.00 3.08 4.58 — 15.26 1926 . . . . 7.35 0.70 0.60 0.00 6.22 0.80 0.00 0.00 1.82 0.00 O.OO 7.50 — 25.08 1927 . . . . 5.21 2.27 3.43 1.85 0.00 3.20 0.60 0.35 0.83 4.62 4.17 3.31 — 29.84 1928 . . . . . 1.26 8.01 0.00 3.80 0.00 1.85 0.80 0.00 0.00 0.75 2.39 4.16 — 23.02 1929 . . . . . . 6.09 8.35 2.06 2.86 0.00 0.85 0.00 0.28 0.00 1.48 1.40 3.74 — 27.08 Average for &nbsp; 87 years . . 4.23 4.79 1.24 1.84 1.14 1.52 0.95 0.43 tO.79 t2.00 2.52 t1.63 —25.48 x — No Record. &nbsp; t — 9 years' a...
FITZROY SHIRE. RECOVERY OF RATES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
FITZROY SHIRE. RECOVERY OF RATES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 9. There was a full attendance of mem- &nbsp; bers at yesterday's monthly meeting of the Fitzroy Shire Council. The councillors were in good spirits; they are all men of the land who had re- ceived a nice present for the New Year in the form of useful rains. Wishing the councillors a prosperous year, the &nbsp; Chairman (Cr. J. W. O'Shanesy) said that the Council was not in a favour- able position financially — the Council is within £1000 of its overdraft — but they hoped to be able to carry on and keep the roads in trafficable order for the remainder of their term. They could only hope there would be no heavy rains to do serious damage to their roads. &nbsp; Will Take Action. &nbsp; In connection with the rates owing on freehold lands standing in the name of E. W. Black, situated in the parish of Gracemere, the Agricultural Bank advised that it had to date been un- successful in effecting a sale ...
SELECTION RULES. UPPER BURNETT AND CALLIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
SELECTION RULES. UPPER BURNETT AND CALLIDE. The regulations made under the pro- visions of the ''Upper Burnett and Callide Land Settlement Acts 1923 to 1929 provide that the applicant for a &nbsp; selection must be natural born (or naturalised) British subject. 'The ap- plicant must intend to use the land on his own behalf and not as a trustee or agent for another person. Personal residence for the first five years is es- sential in the case of agricultural land. During the remainder of the term resi- dence may be fulfilled by a registered bailiff. &nbsp; &nbsp; The land in question together with all the other land held by the applicant in the State must not exceed 2,500 acres. The term of the lease is 20 years. The survey fee must be paid in four &nbsp; equal annual instalments. A sum equal to one-fortieth of the purchasing price &nbsp; of the land must be paid each year. The land must be fenced within five years, or other improvements carrie...
GRACEMERE SYNDICATE. BATTERY ERECTED. ROCKHAMPTON, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930
GRACEMERE SYNDICATE. BATTERY ERECTED. &nbsp; &nbsp; ROCKHAMPTON, January 14. &nbsp; Our Gracemere correspondent wrote on the 12th :— &nbsp; Yesterday marked another epoch in the history of Gracemere. Although the machinery for the crushing battery at the Gracemere Syn- dicate's gold mine has been on the site some weeks, a start was not made in the erection until Monday last, and yesterday afternoon saw the work com- pleted. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The machinery was manufactured in the foundry of Messrs. Burns and &nbsp; Twigg, Rockhampton, and was erected by that veteran engineer Mr. S. Lam- bert. The plant consists of a three stamper battery and a power driven pump for supplying water for the crushing opera- tions and is driven by a 5 h.p. Globe &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; engine. A Fuller and Johnson pumping plant is also erected over the shaft, &nbsp; which is 54 ft...