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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

THE PRODUCERS* AGENCY. The Queensland Primary F: rducers' Co-operative Association, WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK — STORE STOCK, AND PROPERTY SALESMEN. FAT CATTLE AND SHEEP; BY AUCTION WEEKLY AT ROCKHAMPTON YARDS. Doing Business purely on Cooperative Principles. ] for die Seventh Year in Succession, the supporter^ have received the following Commission Re* Kates: — _ WOOfe. . .??.- P PER CENT FAT STOCK . , 30 PER CENT PRODUCE . . . 30 PER CENT ALL PRODUCERS ARE QUALIFIED TO HOLD SHARES IN TfflS PROGRESSIVE ORGANISATION. W. H. KETTLE, Rpcktajnpton Maa*£er* I t'tmniiiiiimiimiw| m '' ? mntnmiiiiiummymTJ UAGb AMD SACKS. SEAMING TWINES. HESSIAJS'S. DISINFECTANTS. STATION OWNERS ! Write for particulars of disinfec tants, which we supply. Guaran teed high-class products. J. T. YOUNG AND SON. MA1N-ST., FJVEWAYS, WOOLLOONGABBA, fi. BRiSBAKt

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

YALUMBA REIGNS SUPREME. TEN Championships have been Secured by YALUMBA PORT during Last SIX YEARS ' ' LAMBERTON & CO., LTD., (Rockhampton) Sole Agents :: Central Queensland. 'IIHHItlltllllltllllllllllllMIIIMi. ?..????«.?? ? ?MltiiiuiMMUMiiiiiHiiiiii, IIIIMIIIIIIItniiiiiiiir .^^AtllllKllllllinilltlllllllMllllMIIIIIIMIIUMIXI'x i ? £ i z i ' | |Jh 'ISA BRAND' I /??^ MINING BOOTS. j l^^^^^^KHS Now— the new Mining Boots. | ; ll^BKIfB^ The coming revival of mining In i : N^HWB^^HHBk. Central and Northern Queensland | ' ^^^S^^H^^^'^ will call tor first-class mining | : XH^^NH^fet boots. Tlrere are none better, end | E ^MB8gMB»E| very few so good as the new '16a' | | ' '. ^fl'*WHHEr We are also makers -of § I ' ADVANTAGES: ' 'Standard' Brand No. 74, ? | I Strong, Brand. | |. PUaWe Uppers, ^nippo- Brand. | WeiljWade. f l1^ \S i Cointortabla. 'Eagle' Brand. 5 ? SSwStafc You know how this foot- , Unenutlled Value, wear satfefre? you — ISA ; Eadrtftg Strength. Brand is just as good. | S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

W. E. TOZER * CO. EAST-STREET, ROCKHAMPTON. ENGINEERS 4; MACHINERY MER CHANTS. OUR WORKS arc equipped with Mod-, em Machine Tools and Appliances, enabling us to carry out all classes of Engineering Work. AGENTS: — Intercolonial Boring Co. PARKINSON MOTORS— Several sizes in Stock. We carry all classes. of En gineering Requirement*, Engines, I Pumps, Circular Saws, 4c, Jjt ? , I J. W. JONES , LTD, ARE OFFERING SPECIAL VALUE FOR THE ! MAN ON THE STATION AND ON THE LAND. I SHIRTS. ^'*l fJv'^^ V. .-. '?? tKj* ? ? ?^?'?Z'y'dJy.j ***?:';.??.? '';'??'* *-.-^B :j ^f*0 SpOrU' U^' TROUSERS. ^^^^^^^^?BP Good Strong Working ^ ?l\\\lu!l^^^BBP^^«l turn Up bottoms, f i,7'//?///7/S1k ??Hi fpeda| make' Md // /j wi ' uM IHm quality tur° up bof lilUml MBP* lom8' 10/6 * u/6- Ilr k ^mKr *'d *r00* clotb- Shop by Post and Save Money. We Pay Freight on AH Cash s Orders. J. W. JONES , LTD., EAST-STREET, ROCKHAMPTON.

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FIFTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

iiiiniiiiiiMiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiinmtii,, ? iiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ? miimimiiiimtiiiiMittiiiiiiiMMiiii'. FIFTY YEARS AGO. I (From 'Capricornian' Files;) | The following. -are extracts from the issue of ' The Capricomiau ' of January 24th, 1880 :— ' The summer show of the Fitzroy Pas toral, Agricultural, aud Horticultural Society, which is chiefly intended to display the resources of 'the . district in flower/5, ornamental' foliage plants, and fruit, was opened in the 'School of Arts on January 23rd. .The -weather, for the previous two days- had been anything but propitious, causing several intend ed exhibits to' b? withheld, but, in spite of this, the show in several respectb is a most creditable one and as a whole must be regarded. ''with satisfaction l-y all parties concerned. To the visitor entering the hall the objects that first strike the eye are 6ix very- large' cycadBj 10 ft. or 12 ft. high, of several varie ties, obtained by Mr. E. S. Lucas on t...

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£2000 REQUIRED. MT. MORGAN HOSPITAL. ROCKHAMPTON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

£2000 REQUIRED. MT. MORGAN HOSPITAL KOCKHAMPTON, January IS. Our Mt. Morgan correspondent tel&i phoned lagt night: — The monthly meeting of the Mt M.or- gan Hospital Committee was held to* night. There were present: — Messrs. J. Carmody (President), Messrs. U, MulUue, K. Poison, P. Green, J. Staun ton and J. West. A letter was received from' the Home Secretary's Department, stating that the tinder-Secretary (Mr. Chuter) would be in attendance tit the Mt. Morgan Town Hall ou February 7th for the purpose of inquiring iutx- the position as regards the hospital and the matter of, medical services in the district. It was agreed that the President (Mr. J. C., Carmody) and Mr. P. D. Cohen be appointed as delegates to re present the Hospital Committee. Dels gates will also - be present from the Town Council, the Banana and Calliuti gal Shire Councils, the' v Baralaba and Mt. Morgan ambulance'' committees, -the Mi, Morgan A.F.S. Dispensary and Medical Institute. The President btated ...

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FLETCHER v. SHERATON. JUDGMENT FOR PLAINTIFF. ROCKHAMPTON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

FLETCHER y. SHERATON, JUDGMENT FOR PLAINTIFF. I:OCKHAM1JTON, January 18. In the Magistrate's Court yesterday in the adjourned case of Fletcher V. Sheraton, the P.M. (Mr. O. E. Power) gave judgment for Fletcher for £32 Ilia. 2d. and allowed £19 8s. costs. The case was oue in which George Edwin Fletcher, storekeeper, of Du ariuga, sued C. A. A. Sheraton, of Rock hampton, for £33 12s. 2d., alleged to be due for goods supplied and for uke or a Dinitua iauie. oubiuluu wuuki claimed for £21 12s. 6d. for work aud labour done aud materials supplied in connection with Fletcher's motor .car and motor truck, also assisting Flet- ? cher in performance of a mail contract. Giving evidence for Fletcher, in re buttal, Gerald Byrne, of Byrne Motor*, stated that he had examined FletcherV truck, and found that portion Of the live axle had been sawn off and had to be replaced. This work cobt £1 19s.. whereas, had it been done properly in the first place it would have cost only £1. Plaintiff also return...

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ENGAGEMENTS. ROCKHAMPTON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

y ENGAGEMENTS, -'?? '--ROCKHAMPTON, Jaiiuar-v Iti. :: -The-engagement is announced of Jean, eldest daughter of the: later Mr. E. Ly. Geddes^arid Mrs. Geddes, of.-Priuchester, ?to.Dr. jHarrison B. Skinner, eldfest son and Mr.. and Mrs. A.- C. Skinner, ot Siiowden A-vcnue, CauIHeld, Victoria. TJj« .engagement -is announced ? oi Doreen, third : daughter of Mr.. aud Mrs. J. Millrdyr'-'Bannockburn,' The Range, Rockhampton, to Andrew, eldest ton ot .mr. ana -.Airs. A. Uordon, 'Helmsley,' ?Oakey,' Queeiis'and. ? ROCKHAMPTOX, January 18. ; The, engagement is announced of Do rothea, eldest daughter .of. .Mrs. Scott Harden, Yeppoon, and the late Mr.' Scott-Harden, formerly .of... Brisbane, to Robert, eldest son of ' Mr. and . Mrs. S. W. Grant* .tyjbstou. Brisbane. ! ;- ROCKHAMPTON, January 20. ! Jhe? engagement is, announced of Doris Marion, eldest daughter of Mr. and' Mrt. )J. J: Harper* . ' Glepalleii, V Westwood, to Cecil Hubert, youngest son. of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Tindale, V Monteagle, ' ...

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DRASTIC CHANGE OF POLICY ON APPEALS IS ADOPTED BY C.Q.R.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

DRASTIC CHANGE OF POLICY ON APPEALS IS ADOPTED BYC.Q.R.A. (By Sarchedon.) One of the most important developments that has occurred for many years in respect to racing control in Central Queensland marked the Central Queensland Racing Executive meeting on Friday. The attitude of the executive on the Streamtin case, indicated a drastic change of policy in regard to appeals against disqualifications imposed by stewards. OUCH a change was long overdue, for there is no question that for pome time past the appeal system has been little less than a farce. So many punishments imposed by the Rockhampton Jockey Club stewards were upset — though some of the con victions had been recorded in the most glaring cases— that it appeared almost as if the executive was uoing it from sheer cussedness, or with the deliberate intention of stultifying the board of stewards, which invariably included their own stipendiary. In reality such was not the case. The executive was adjudicating on the evidence pla...

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HAGEN—WIETING. ROCKHAMPTON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

HAGEX— WJETING. ROCKHAMPTON. January 18. The Presbyterian Church at Spring sure was prettily decorated by the bride's girl friends last Wednesday af ternoon for the 'wedding of Edna May, third daughter of Mr. George Wieting And the late Mrs. Wieting, of Spring 'sure, and Charles, eldest son of Mr. aiid Mrs. S. W. Hageii, also of Spring sure. The Rev. T. B. Smith officiated. The service was choral and during the bigning of the registrar Mrs. J. Bell sang 'Because.''' The bride chose a dainty and becom ing irpek of white mariette. The bodice was pintucked and finished with a shoulder spray of orange blossoms, and the skirt of flared flounces was caught at the side with a diamente buckle. ,Her Veil, winch Mas lent by Mrs. C. Wieting, was arranged with u, tulle cap and orangs blossoms. She carried a sheaf of dahlias, asters, arum lilies, and maidenhair fern tied with tulle and satin streamers which, with a beauti ful diamond ring, was the' gift of the bridegroom. The bride was attended ...

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MADAME NADEJINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

MADAME NADEJINE. Who was formerly Miss Nellie Tritton, of Brisbane. Her hus band, a prominent European bari tone, will sing in Australia this year.

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WILLIAMS—KAVANAGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

WILLIAMS— KAVANAGH. * The 'marriage 'of Roy' (ybung-est 6oh of the late Mr. D. Williams and of Mrs. Williams,. Longreach) arid Mary Ger trude (israthit daughter of; Mr. and Mrs. P. J. - Kavanagli, Rainwell, Springsurcj, was., celebrated by the. Eey. Father ifrnf at Rainwell homestead on Da fo'mKnr si** isavK the 'Loncrcacii Leader *')' ' ! .The bride,, who. was given away by her1 father, looked' cliann injr in her wed ding gown of white crepe romaine ovdr pink crepe de Chine, the skirt falling from a hip yoke to a peacock tail at -the back. Her veil of cut tulle w4s caugbt with orange blossoms. She' wo^c a~ string of square cut. crystals, the gift %f the -bridegroom; a lid carried a bop; quet of frangipani, tuber roses, aiid maidenhair fern. ! .Misses^£athlee!i and Frances Kava nagh, 'Sisters '-)f 'the bride, who act^d I as - bridesmaids, ware frocked alike in old rose , mariette, made with uneven [♦^^ifte and qfeught a£ ^h& waist with rbse buds. Their head-dresses were over...

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BAKER—BOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

BAKER— BOON. 'J'liu marriage of Alfred (JhfDiiix Baker, son of the late Mi'. U.vker, unJ of Mrs. K. Baker, 15 (Jluiltitoir.' road. Rockhanipton and Dorcthy Eileen, ihii-i daughter of Mr. and Mi*. I-'. A. Booi. llfrncombc-road, Luiigrcuch,. was solem nised by the Kev. Father .lonos ut .SI Brigid's Church, Longreacli, says ilxv I Longreaek ' Leader.1' Tha bride, who was given away by hi»r father, wore u gown of white uvii ette, beaded in silver, with an uuJei dress of .silver lace, the skirt draped to form mi uneven lr.-niliiii'. Her v-jil was of cut tulle, arranged in cap ef fect, with bandeau of silver lace, eaii.-.'ht at the side with orange b!os^oi:is. She carried a bouquet of roans and lilies o- the valley, veiled in tulle. Miss Iris Boon (sister of U.c bride1. who attended as bridesmaid, was frocked in powder blue mnriette with a three tiered skirt and handkerdiie; points at 6idss, posy of pink roses and silver tissue, with 'white crinoline lia;, to tone. SIlB CHrripf! a llnnmTn...

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COUSINS—JAQUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

COUSINS— JAQVES. A very pretty wedding was solemn ised in St. Mary'a Church of Kugluml, Alpha, on the ltith instant, when Grace,' eldett daughter of Mrs. A. Juques, was married to Austin, son of Mr. Cousins, of t-tantliorpe, -say6 our Alpha' corre spondent'. Tin Ktjy. M. Freeman ofliciat ed. Tha bride, who was given away by her brother Charles, was charmingly at tired in white. The two bridesmaid::, Miss Dome and Miss Mercy Jaques, sisters of the bride, wore pink and green respectively. The groomsmen were Mr. O. Hill' and Mr. S. Eaton. The happy couple receixotl a' number of useful presents, including several cheques. The reception was held at the residence of the bride's mother. Later in the night Mrs. Jaques gave a dance in the hall. Mr. C. Robins was M.C. Mrs. S. Laurie, Miss M. Laurie, and Mists L. Laurie pro\ itled the music.

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ARCHERS v. GRAMMARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

ARCHERS t. GRAMMARS. With four wickets in band Grammars added only nine runs to their prcvioui Saturday's total, being all out for 86. Archers, who made 137 on the previous day, failed badly in their second knock. Batting one man down,, they wen dis missed for 44. Madge, Anstey and Lodge were responsible for the debacle. The Grammarians did much better in their second innings and scored 128 for the loss of five wickets; Grammars thus had an outright win by five wickets and three runs. The details:— Archers — First Inntairs ? 1ST Grammars— Tint Innings. C. Grant, b Black ? '.. ... 0 L. Powell, c Dunlop, b Nankivell 4 B. Anstey, b Black .. ? 0 J. Madge, c Dunlop, b Dodson .. 16 J. Bell, b Black .. .. 1 ? ... 20 J. Lodge, b Black .. .. .. ..,..„ 2 E. Lawrie, c Black, b Dodgon . . .. . 4 J/ Lodge, b Black .. ? 2 V. Catip, not out ? 3 H. Cornwall, e Hopkirk, b Dodson ti E. Wallace, b Black ? 1 J. Moore, b Black ?..,.„?.„.... 2 Sundries ? 3' Total ? ......... 56 Bowling— A. Black, six for...

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COUNTRY CRICKET. DULULU DEFEATS YEPPOON. ROCKHAMPTON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

COUNTRY CRICKET. DULULU DEFEATS YEPPOON. ROCKHAMPTON. January 16. Last Sunday' a team from Dululu visited Yeppoon to play a match, being successful by 54 runs. Each side had but one. innings. Yeppoon had first knock and hit up 169. J. Stratford made 06 and had hard luck in not reaching the century. Stevenson assisted wjth 38, and O'Cal lagban made 14. Th«se were the only ones to reach double ilgures. Dululu had ho difficulty in passing the Yeppoon total and were not dismissed until the score ehowed 223, J. Llewellyn top8oor«d with 88 not out, while A. Wcissels made 43, J. Blake 2?, C. Som erfield 18, F. ilewellyn 10, and E. Coote 10. O'Callaghan, Stratford and Stevenson bowled well for the losers. WALTER LINDRUM.

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WITH BAT AND BALL. ROCKHAMPTON, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

WITH BAT AND BALL. ROCKHAMPTON, January 20. Brothers registered a three point wiu over Railways on Saturday and VVandals turned the tables on Wanderers and had a two point win. Despite the heavy rain towards the close of the week the playing area was fast. Considering that 011 Thursday night the wickets were covered with water, it speaks highly of the care Mr. Whitehead takes of the ground. Unlike the previous Saturday, there were no big scores, although there were some good batting performances. At the Show grounds Grammars, con trary to expectations, had an outright win. As a result of the week-end piny TtrnHipra hnvn a. eMaht ]par\ in noints for the premiership. BROTHERS t. RAILWAYS. Railways could muster only seven men, on Saturday when they met Broth ers. In the circumstances Brothers de clared at four for 324, the total at the close of the previous afternoon's play. Railways made 77 in their first innings and followed on. In the second inniugs they did beter, making 115 for si...

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HANDY PARTNERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

HANDY PARTNERSHIP. Wandals continued their innings against Wanderers, who had declared at seven for 173 on the previous Satur day. With the total at 66, the not out batsmen continued tbeir innings. They went cheaply and for a time it, looked as though they would not reach Wanderers' total, but a useful partner ship by Brooks and M'Mahon put mat ters beyond doubt and the side finished with a total of 190. With little time left Wanderers had another knock and lost three wickets for 60. At stirmus Harry Leeson, who opened, was still thrashing the bowling. The young star certainly attracted attention. Scores : — Wanderers— First Innings -. . . . 173 Wandals — First Innings. Watson, c and b Worthington . . 32 Gurrin, b Cockburn ? 32 Chase, b Worthington . ., ? 7 Rawlings, b Hill ? , ?,' ? 13 Evans, b Bartlem ? .... IS Brooks, not out ...... ? , 45 Ferris, b Bartlem . . . . tt ? 9 M'Mahon, b Charles ? 24 Forsyth, c Cockburn, b Bartlem .. 6 Hutcheon, b Pershhouse ? 0 Sundries ? ....... . ....

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PAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

PAYMENT. BY RESULTS. ' The policy of payment by results is constantly preached, but seldom prac tised ^says the ''Commonwealth Engi neer'). The opposition, strange as it may appear, comes from those who have most to gain, viz., the workers. Per haps it is unfa'ir to say this, as the real opponents of piece work, bonus systems and the like are not the workers them selves, but the union organisers who fear that their influence would wane by any general extension of the pria ciple. Despite the strong opposition of the unions, payment by results has been in troduced here and there, notably at the Eveleigh railway workshops and the ?\Valsh Island dockyards of the New South Wales Government. The Com missioner of Public Works in South Australia, in his last report, ' quotes figures showing the savings effected by the introduction of petty contracts (a term signifying -labour only) on water and sewerage construction. Previously the wage paid on the west coast was 10s. (id. per day, but at p...

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A CAVES DEBACLE. ROCKHAMPTON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

A CAVES DEBACLE. llOCKHAM,1 TON, January 18. Our Caves correspondent writes: — Another match was played here be tween Conaghan's Terminus Hotel team from Rockhampton, and The Caves, and the locals went down very badly in deed. The city men played all' over them, winning by an innings and' 24 runs. The sooner school commences the better for local cricket, as Mr. Buckingham, the master, has been febre ly missed. ? ? Conaghan's put together the respect able score of 111, and for this Charles (44) and W. Ferricks (27) were mainly responsible. The most successful tow krs were Gallway and Kersey, who each secured four wickets. f In The Caves' first innings, whicii closed for 43, Gallway (14) was the only one to offer any resistance to th« bowling of Draper, who bagged eight wickjsts. The locals did a trifle, bet ter in their second knock, as they com piled 44 runs. No one reached double figures. On this occasion Schultz and Ferricks proved too good, the former getting eight wickets and th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

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