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UNSUITABLE DRAWINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930
UNSUITABLE DRAWINGS. The picture of 'Tiggy.' considering, has .been done by iwo artists. One sketch i6 unsigned, and the otlijx is traced, but as 'Tiggy' has appeared ho^re in this attitude, both efforts are rejectee', «mtA L?m,0'1' 'ClionieF.' 'Find out the Milkmaid.' 'A Soldier,' and 'My Letter.' arc all done in blue ink. 'The Dancing Cow.' 'Bess,' 'Roses,' 'Good Morning.' 'Where shall We Go?', 'He's Af ter Me. ' 'A Wild Poppy,' 'Goosey Cander/ ''.''?p.,-, ?'''?. a Talk'' are not u'' t0 *-tandard\ IhtnkiiiR is not a enori picture of a ladv. I he face bonds, feet and ankles are not we'll drawn. '.Neatly Caught.' 'Sammv Snail's (surprise,' 'The Sack Race,' are traced
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930
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CORNERITES' BIRTHDAY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930
CORNERITES' BIRTHDAY CLUB. n,'U«'ne .Sam' extemle '''''''ay greetings (o the following nieree ami npptiewi:— Lily Dinsdale (12). :i,,-i Kilccn Hagan (11), nnd-Krlc Oelirick on the 25th January. Allan Moody an. nnd Dorothy Shepherd (In) on the 'J6th Jauunrv, Neville Kcnrney (13) on the 2?th January. W Imfred Clair (14), and H. Sheridan (12) ttlnlfred Clair, Yaamba Road, North Rock hampton, who celebrated her 14th birthday on January 28th. und B_etty Hooper on the 28th January. (Jcorge Willctt, Ida Burns, mid Eric Taylor on the 20th January. Lucilla Drinkwater, Jessie Jacob (H), and Bill Shakespeare (15) on the 30th January. Dorothy Nelson (13) on the 31st Januarv. A happy birthday to you all, dear Children. Jessie Jnoob. Whyenbah Station. Wrrenban -?'? whose lilh birthday occurred on January ' 30tIi, Dorothy Nel6on, Kicliinond-street, North Rockhanipton, whose 13lh birthday was on January 31st.
UNSUITABLE VERSES, STORIES, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930
UNSUITABLE VEHSEP, STORIES, ETC. The following verses are not original, bv which I mean that they have not been com posed by the children who sent them in. 'Sum. mer,' 'The Kite.' 'Hollyhocks,' 'Only Pic tures' 'Foam Fairies.' The Funnv Man' ik not mi in ti.,,,,i,r.i 'A Loving Father' and 'My Little Doggie,' by the same author, are not up to standard. '?Home' docs not rhyme with 'household.' neither does 'dosffie' rhyme with 'spottie/' nor 'bone' rhyme with 'fame.' In 'The New Paper,' 'round' is not: a good rhyme for 'town,' and the line 'so sui-s a good many m?J5 fn town' iR grammatically Incorrect. Never Despise,' is not up to the usual stan dard of this young lassie's poetry. The flrel three verses are fairly Kood. hut the last verse spoils the sense of the poem, and tht worii despise' is apparently misused. The violet fenvics the bird on tliu wing, and wishes die were able to lly. Whereupon the daisy turns on her, und reproaches her for 'despising' the bird. What the meant to co...
7000 MIXED SHEEP. SALE AT BARCALDINE. BARCALDINE, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930
7000 MIXED SHEEP. SALE AT BARCALDINE. 'BARCALDINE. January 20. At M'Laughlin's scottr^ ^piiadtfck's- on Saturday; afternoon; ^tr- ;W. L.. Walker, in conjunction wiih -lilefesrs. Winch combeV Carson, Ltd., JLpngreach, ottered 7000 mixed sheep it^stiwHc-* auction' W berralf ' of Lajigdon Downs Pastpral Uof Tha oHcring compriselt- '^ewes iHi ^vetfe ers.t ,/May-Juiwr4927-a8--df--pr-wethen3r lIT2e drop, and one line of 1924-1925 drop;'- shorn in September, also a few rains of Wanganella blood. There was a; fair attendance, but little or no cottf petition., The sheep were not in 'bid1 condition, considering the times. The lu&ditig was disappointing. .^Ir.. W.' J. Rundle, Glenora Uomi», Gindifi, was the chief buyer. He bought 2^40 ewes, two to three years, at 11s.; 2200 wethers, rising two and three years, :at'. 7«, M.; 1070 ^$tWer«,ifo^ri:and. J-po .j5eaTS,-*t ,6s.; 8JB0 -weOiers, y«ar old,-*t 7b. ;.a,nd 18 WanganeHa bred rams, mixed ages, s,t J6s. Mr. J. A. Schneider bought 130 l...
THALLON MEDAL. COLIN KELLEY FIRST. BRISBANE, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930
XHALLON MEDAI-. COLIN KELLEY FIRST. BRISBANE, January 21. There were 130 competitors this year Utf the' Thallon Memorial medals, pre sented to children of raihvaymen gain* ing the highest passes in the Junior University examinations. . The- successful candidates in order of merit were: — Colin WiHiam Kelley, State High Schooli Rockhampton. . . ' Leo H. M'Mahon, St. Joseph's College, Nudgee. ? John Frank Readdy, Christian Bro thers' College, Ipswich. Christine Elsie Flook, State High School, Brisbane. ? Colin Kelley is the. eon of Mr. Wil liam Kelley, stores distributor, carriage and waggon shops, Rockhamptou. M'Mahon is the eon of Mr. Matthew M'Mahon, engine driver, Mayne Junc tion. Readdy is the son of .Mr. John Readdy, engine driver, ,Dugandan. Mi'bs. Flook is the daughter of Mr. Lewis Flook, station paiuter, Bris- ? bane.
BROADSOUND COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930
BROADSOUND COUNCIL. The quarterly meeting of the Llroad , sound .Shire Council was held on 'the 7th instant. There «?-???-? jiresi-ilt: — irs. It. 0. T.Hlbol. (deputy chairmniij, N. Ma.donald, V. F-ix. A. H*. Bell, C. Leads nuin. ami A\'. J. Creedy. '' j i Tin- ChaiiniHJi (Cr. C. \V. Wright) [and Lr*. C. \V. Davidson. M. (1. l-e.wis; and F. !f. C. Brown were granted leave Cr. Miicdonald's men are to be j»a itl Ills, for removing h trei; from (jollaroy road. and Cr. Bell's man £1 for remov ing ironburk from the site of the old Connor's Bridge, both jobs having been authorised. Ci'. Brown is to bo, advised of (he. arrangements for storing pile derrick when Sandy Creek Bridge is finished, and asked if such arrangements- had been carried out. The Home Secretary is to be advised that, the final precept to the Fitzroy I'eEts Destruction Board had -1-eeii passed for payment. i Mr. Win. Beak is to be allowed a [refund of rate- on !St. T.'athjM-iin; hold ing from the date of surrender. A rul...
CALLIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930
CALLIDE 'lilt weittlicr for si-uji: fluyo liud but'U *ery hot and div, and lint fiiruiei- were be£Jmiin# lo fear lot UhIt i.-rops. Vcb terday a heavy s-luiwi'r j-a-f-e-l --\er. whiih \it-ldud '(i |ioint5. It i* wr\ cloudy tins morninv'' On tSHUirday la--t :i danie wa« h'l-l in :iid of llu: ti'imit rlirli. »id ulrlioush : Iql'.tI -u|Hjtiit was lucking, pli-iity of ? vi-iiois from Ai-jjimhi ami Jiuiiljiii JxJp l ed lo make the i;\ciiiii^ n si;|(:lx's-. ? 'I lie ?i music «a- jiipiilicd by Air. H. IVieis. The 'inner of the (. hoi-dlalc wall/. Wii» ? Mt-. IVlcr- ;ind |iartner. Sir. H. K. * Owhii «as M.C. ' -n Ilif Oil' Jajiibin Ijuh/^Ii^ ?! tennis i team lor h friendly fjuim:, n,?d after a \piv uuo'.l day's 1 01 ? 11 i ~ Cnllidl' won liy ' '? niiiu sanies. Tlie return nuitrli is to Ue ; placed ..n the l!)lh. ; ( allide. Jmiuary 10. I'JW). |
ILFRACOMBE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930
ILFRACOMBE On Monday last a number left by tie mail train on holidays for Brisbane aud Yeppoon. Real eu turner weather has prevailed for the past week. On Monday last H was 113 deg. in the shade and 100 at 8 o'clock the same night. A meeting of the Committee of the flfracombe Sports Club was held on Monday last. There were present:-— Messrs. W. Gillespie (in the chair), P. Wilson, A. Hannan, T. Grocb, A. J, Ar nold, and the secretary (Mr. J. M. Moynihan). The latter tendered nis re signation aa lie found he could not give the time required. There was a credit balance in the bank of £40. Over £40 had been spent on cricket this season. Tae ?ecretwy's xatignation ins accep ted with regm and a word was xuifi -cg jOwwvlwNitwiilwA It ««t Ur*e* to pliur mi record sfcrvices lendored to tho i-lnJt bv .Mr. \V.1 Bari'i-tt, who liud Iv.'ii tr iisliii-jil lo LVll. ll was agreed lo tv.ll ;i jjiiicmI ins'liu^ of Hie elulJ io 8!-|K-;ui a nou sfoi'elai-y in be held on tlir Xiili. X'.v. .J. K. Allan,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930
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THE CAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930
' 1HE CAVES. x. The dance organised by the Kjjie Club4 which was held lut Saturday night iu The Caves School of Arts, -was fairly well patronised, considering the showery weather during the ' week^ Fleetwood's Orchestra, provided excel lent music aud it is not too much to state that this orchestra is a great fav« .ouritii with lovers of the light lanr tastfc- Mr. Fred Moriarty made a niihllitl M C n ..^1 41. « _«ka.«:_ ^.£ xy_^ Rifle Club (Mr. W. Johnson) and mem bers thereof, worked hard to make the dance a success. Mr. Harold White -was successful iu winning the tlirca : ptues of tl»3 evening, including tha Monte Carlo waltz. Supper was served by the committee. At the monthly shoot of the local Rifle Club N. larson put up the very; fine score of 99 off the rifle, his range' scores beiog 31, 34, 34. His handicap brought liia total to 106. J. Hinz mad* 100, G. T3iomas 95, P. Larsen 93, S. Grange 90, and w. Johnson 80. A schvoj girl, Molly Walters, met with rather a painful accident....
HOSPITALS BOARD. DR. G. E. M. STUART. ROCKHAMPTON, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930
HOSPITALS BOARD. DR. G. E. M. STUART. ROCKHAMPTON, January 17. The correspondence zead at the monthly meeting of the Rockhamp ton Hospitals Board yesterday was of more than passing local interest, three well-known local doctors being involved. The resignation of Dr. G. E. M. Stuart, as an honorary medi cal officer to the Board, came as a bombshell, and the reason under lying it was that he alleged the pblicy and manner adopted towards him indirectly by the General | ?Medical Superintendent (Dr. J. B. Gordon) left him no option but to resign his position. Tha Board hai ! deputed the Finance Committee to investigate the position. Dr. Har rison Skinner, who was recently re-appointed resident medical officer at the General Hospital, charged the Board with discourtesy, thin having reference to the publication of an advertisement calling for ap plications for the position, Dr. Skinner contending that lie should have been notified of the termina tion of his original appointment be fore the...
WOWAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930
WOWAN. Mr. Oscar Fewer, P.M., of Rock hampton, presided in the. court hero oa Tuesday and Wednesday. A. A. Tacev, Biloela, sued W. C. Paro?, Biloela, for damages for alleged breach of share farming agreement and for work and labour done. The claim was for £52 4s. The defendant pleaded not indebted and counterclaimed for £4.5 18$. 8d. for assistance, rent, agistment, cartage, &c. After heariug lengthy evidence the P.M. gave judgment for the plaintiff for £1» 9e. 4d., with £8 13s. cost*. On the tounteiKlaim he gave judgment for th« defendant for £8 6s., with £7 12s. costs. The judgment for the plaintiff on the whole was for £12 4s, 4d. Mr. J. O. Murray (Messrs. Swan wick and Mur ray ) appeared for the defendant and Mr. T. J. Hally for the plaintiff. Mr. W. Hoskings held hi6 regular pig sale nn1 Saturday. Baconers were sold over the scales, the price being 7*d. per lb. for dressed weights. The top price was £3 15s. Backfatters were 4d. per lb. and made up to £3 14s. 6d. Porkerj...
The Glory Box [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930
m 'ORIEL. ' —Oh, I. say, Mr. Editor, will you kindly rectify an ©mission in the par I sent to the 'Glory Box' (Dec. 19, 1929)! It should read 'To overcome this I fill aa emptied Fly-tox bottle with kerosene, using the mouth spray (thiB spray is supplied with the bottle) to spray the kerosene in the corners of the rooms. The way it is printed would lead one to think I took a mouthful of kero sene and sprayed in the manner John Chinaman damps his clothes. 'AN ENGLISHWOMAN.'— Wata- glass is good for taking ink out of floors and tables. Wet the wood, pour pure Wataglas on, leave soak for a while, but not dry, then scrub well. If it does not all come out first time repeat. ? .