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

THF. ETHELBERT. \\ hen the trim steam launch Ethel bert alid down the wave into the watei'«= of Berry's Bay, N.S.W*., during the year 1.893, it would have come as a shoeu to her proud builders to be told that the day would come when her ecarred and weakened hull would realise only £?- at nublic auction. Yet ceme it d'd in Gladstone the other day, and it wa further announced that the dishevelled craft lay in Auckland Creek. The ship Lord Auckland also lay there in, 181 '? in order to submit to being done- up m bandages and btieking plaster after try in;; conclusions with a eand bank otl Gateombe Head, so that the Ethelber' had historic precedent for reclining where she did. My record does not state when the FJhelbert entered the service of the Hockhampton Harbour Board. Neither does it exrilain how she came to bear the name of the Kentish kings who spent much -»f their spare 'time at th-: vigorous occupation of throwing out in vading Danes. But she was in that' service during the tim...

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THE "MONTMORENCY" AND "ROCKCLIFF." [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

THE 'MONTMORENCY1 AND 'ROCKCTilFF.' ? The 'Montmorency'.and the 'Rock- cliff,' immigrant ships, have arrived in Moreton Bay, the latter on the 15ti- July, 1863. and the former on the 16th. The 'Montmorency' made a ripping passage of 87 days from Tuskar Light I to Moreton Island. She brinern 374 ' pawengers, and the 'Rockcliff' 308. Both vessels have received pratique. The s.s.. 'Queensland' left Bris ba.ne on Tuesday, th° 21st July, 1863, at noon. Upon her arrival in More ton Bay steamed alongside the newly arrived ? immigrant ship 'Mont- mcTEEcy,' and took on board from her 350 immigrants bound for Mary borough- Proceeded on her voyage at 5 o'clock p.m. ; arrived at. Mary borough the following day at the same hour.

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GENERAL CABLES. BRITAIN. LONDON, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

GENERAL CABLES. BRITAIN. LONDON, Januarv 14. The grand jury at the Old Bailey found a true bill against those involved in the Hatry affair. Their trial will come before Justice Avory and will probably begin on January 20th. ' LONDON, January. 17. vine council oi me unusn engineers Association- passed a resolution view ing with great concern the large in creases in the Australian tariff affect ing engineering, which formed a sub stantial part of British imports to Australia. LONDON, January 19. Rear-Admiral Hyde, formerly of the Australian naval station, has been ap pointed to the command of the Third battle squadron, succeeding Tvfcar- Ad- miral Kitson on May 6th.

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

BUNERU. The early part uf the week was hot and dry, 'the thermometer registering o\rr 100 degree* On Wednesday a light fehower fell and next day, after an ex ceptionally hot morning, a stonu worked up afler midday. Only 50 point? foil, the main storm havinz mieseJ Biincru and travelled towards Wovau Tlio nionthlv meeting of the Buner-i T..V.A. was l:eld on Saturday last. ^('vpn member;- were present, Mr. A. J MTherson pn siding. The following resolutions were carried: 'That the Kuiicru L.r.A. bold bimouthly meeting* in future, the next meeting to be held on ?!im-li loth : that the Land Adniini^ trniion lioard b« asked for the services of Mr. .1. F. Hpstmann, Government Wiiterl'inder. fci the purpose of lindinK suitable wale- on dry selections : tha* Hie Banana ?i;ire Council be asked to 'pp;;ir the Huncni-Wowan-road. and tail ovrvlianging brigalow trees and cu« Imrk suckers from the edge of the mart : that fie attention of the Home c ???(?ret an- be drawn to the recent pollu tion nf...

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

CALF REARING. By 'Herdsman.' If the farmer is to make a success of the dairy business he must con stantly better his herd. His aim should be to build up to greater pro duction and we?d out unprofitable cows. Calf rearing should be a part of the dairyman's business, lie has the breed ing stock, the feed and the equip ment, and knowing the percentage of the calves required to maintain the herd, should 6ave only those from the [best producting dams. Herd testing is a valuable aid in this respect, be cause one can feel assured that noth ing is left to guesswork. However, de spite the fact that much more could bs done in calf rearing, hundreds of dairymen defeat their own welfare by rearing every female calf, regardless ot production. Consequently, every year hundreds of very poor quality animals are reared, which are totally incapable of profitable production. If, say, 10 per cent, of calves were reared only, and these from the highest producers, the industry would benefit tremen doirel...

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

THEODORE. r'n i he fith a silver ooin evening waS ncld in ihp. hal! in aid of the Ambn | lnmc. Pictures were shown, followed by a dance.- The evenins proved a great success and the funds benefited- to tne extent of iroxi £i to £5. The Cricket Club held an e*traord.iu* ary meeting on Thursday when the ?election of ortices took place. The follow ing positions were tilled :— Chairman, Mr. A. Holmes ; Secretary, Air. M. tail-field ; treasurer, Sir. G. Jaques ; selection committee, Messrs. E. Lees, E. Sleep and M. Parsons. The balance sheet showed tbe Club to be in a jrooil iinancial position, and the prospects t^r this season are .the. best for. years. H was decided to play Cambuon on Janu ary- lath and Biloela on January 2iSth. On Sunday the Probables played th.: Possibles and the Possibles secured an easy victory, winning by an inning* and 21 runs. The following were tnu scores— Probables. 21 and 37 (E. Sle*P 19), Possibles 79 (E. Halliday 2U, --'? Parkin 32). K. Lees and J. Adainson ...

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

CLERMONT. On the Sth instant,' a Land Commio eioner's Court was held before Mr. J. C. Baker, Deputy Land Commissioner. The application for a certificate by \V. lj. Cosman, g.h. No. 2007, Apsky, was granted. The following applications for lease were accepted : — J. K. Mackay and H. Hooke, as tenants in common, toe Moray Downs pastoral development lease, 26 sq. miles ; Fitzroy-. Estates, Malvern Downs and Tala'gai pastoral lease, 115 sq. miles ; W. C: Millar, lot. 7, forfeited g.f. No. 533, 2341 acres 1 ra. 34 per. ; Elizabeth Nciason, por. 72, Drummond, 2005 a. ; J. S; LawTsncc, 37, Copperfield, 966 a. ; D* 17, Peter and Margaret D. Forrest as tenants in common for g.f. No. 2, 5419' a.; D. IS, William Manuel, g.f. No. 3, #357 a., D. 19, James Willmott and G. P. Moran, as tenants in common, g.f. No. 6, 4436 a. 2 r. ; O. 20, J. P. M'Carthy, g:f. No. 6, 4856 a. 2 r. ; D. 21, A. E. O'Brien, g.f. No. 4, 6431 a. ; . E. 1, Dy J. Mac Ginlcy, g.f. No. 1, 6157 a. In tr.c piiek ly-pear Warden's...

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FEEDING AND MILK PRODUCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

FEEDING AND MILK PRODUCTION In the dairy herd the problem ol annual nutrition must be approached from the standpoint of the individual. When it is considered that about half of the ration fed to a cow in milk is used merely to keep it alive or, as is said, forms the mainten: 'ec part oi' the ration, it should be understood that any system of giving a balanced ra tion must, first of all, take into ac count that portion which coustitutea a first charge on the food supplied even if it does not bring in a direct return. Then must come the- production part which is over and above that consumed to maintain the body and to cause it to function properly. As far as can be ascertained from feeding t-is, it is generally accepted that between five and six pounds oi starch equivalent are required per day for an animal of approximately nine hundredweights live weight. However, as might be expected, the actual re quirements of each animal to produce a stated quantity of butter-fat is differ ent in...

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

BARCALDINE. There is nothing to record regarding the weather — trie 6ame old tale ofj 1 continued' drought, and Lt present tUer'el are ho signs ot a lircat. Duitcg the' pact week v;a Lave been favoured with delightful cool breezes, reminding oiiei of the seaside; these evidently came from tlm coast. One hears deiijorable stories of the tonditious prevailing in tue far West; the telegram puunsueu in thd 'fcuilci.'nr- the other day regard i:ig 't!it atcugWi in the Winton district -t.--.--^«^-ga*-«t.«.,faii;. iUca--of what we »rc really experiencing. — - 'ftowfcvwy'wktrtt ru'B does corns.- as it surely must— -.i-a will heartily appre ciate, it. No dou!»; the west is a glori ous (?) place in Hint nf drought. Three thou?:i;)d ir-i«d sheep, .Tool [ auuec to -I aim Cwfr. Glasson aftd Os barne wvtet, H. l^wis in ch| r^'-trotis* ed the. rctiiii-vo Uu'inR the week. ' ' I During tlie week quite a number of, shed workers and shearers have left for various sheds under way. Among these are Bimera...

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

OGDEN— MANN. ROCKHAMPTON, January 10. An interesting wedding was celebra ted at Holy Trinity_ Church, Maefcfay, by the Rev. Dy-Collins, li^tw.een s Mrr Thomas A. Ogdeh . (Rockh'ainptdn) '; and Miss Eti^ie M. 'Irlan.n (Mackay). ' The bride, who entered the churcti on the arm of her father, : looked djunty in a sleeveless frtibk of satin brocade and mariette. The ekirt was iiimmFd wuu ii ilia uiiu icciluicu'- luu pcjtt^u^jv style at the back. The waist was. finish- ed with a spray of orange 'blossoms. The bride wore a beau tiful'Honi too lace veil (lent by Mrs. J. Bancroft, Rock hampton), which formed a traiu and which was- a*raiig«d-MtfiUi ^lievjcap 'eBcci and ^as^jhjld ,iji place with ruched tulle and a silver band with circles of Oiauge blossoms' aAd pink bebe roses and rib bon. ' Slv© --.carried ? a bouquet of diar thus, stephanotis aud maidenhair fern tide with tulle and pink and white be be ribbon. ;? ' '' The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a siring of pearjs. The bridesmaid...

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

Briefs. Heliast was favourite, for the Sec ond Division on Saturday, but could do not better than fill second place. A longer trip would suit him better, but he never gets a chance unless he is saddled up a second time. Liinathul has put up more surprise wins than any horse racing here ot late. She popped up at 5 to 1 again on Saturday, though some lucky back ers got as much as tens. Zemidar was one of the most. con- sistent horses racing at the Christ mas-New Year meeting, but backers disregarded him in the Third Division. He started at 3 to 1 and duly won. Pulque is proving a costly proposi tion to his followers. They shovelled it in on him again on' Saturday and left it in. A great galloper in pri vate. Pulque refuses to leave tne crowd in a race. Oedipus and King Herod, who miEEed each other at the R.J.U.

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

LEESON-tLlNDE. ROGKB-AJtPTON j ; January. 16. A beautiful- bouquet . of aiuui lilies, tied with tulle and ribbon, nwute -a pretty finish to ths brid^B' frock chosen, by Miss ;;E.illcn. May Lihde for her .weddiug -wit]1 ^Il- William -James; Lee s.on^,whjci V'as celebrated at: St.; Paul's ^ Cathedrail at 3r o'clock ... on..- Tuesday aftfer^oon. ' . ? ?-?? - - ??? The brido is the ;,6econa aavgaicer- oi the lata Mr. E.-Liude-auiMrsr^Linde, Cambridge-tetreet, : and, the : bridegroom \s. tbi eldest sou ot. Mr.. and..Mr&, ;H. J* I*(!sou, peri.yrstreet. ? ?;? . -:- '??'? The ceremony „. was ...performed by -the Rey, A'. , I. Robinson, aud .the. church was . prettily .decorated, for AJie -, occasion hy friends of. the iride. ... » - -.- ' ... ilr^ ErheBt Linde gave - h,iB: sister a,way*.; ,.?'....;.?-.? '? ??: ?. ???.'. .. rThe bride wore an exceedingly pretty .frock Qf :ftussy willow, ovfir-a.vsatiii slip. ; The bodies V. was .idapil-einbrpideied and .the skirt waa.,4nle_t with .fl...

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SOUTHERN RACING EVENTS. WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY. Q.T.C. Meeting. BRISBANE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

SOUTHERN RACING EVENTS. WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY. Q.T.C. Meeting. BRISBANE, Moiidt-.y. V eights for the meetta^ oc tiie Queensland Turf Club ou Sit'Uday arc' as follow: — - . ' ~~~-«i Maiden (0 furlongs) — Gold Fern U-U, Citamon 8-9, Lori let 8 7, Bernardie, Sir Haven, Sycedule 8-2, Ly&iaiiassa, Cam brali, Dighton Lse, Gay Principal, Prct ty Neat' 7-11, Brown Persse, Speat holine, Wolowa 1-wd 7-10, Reuionia, Ki yoli Lad, Saintly Music, Spindrift 7-0, Fawn Rose, Lanyaere, Ranger's Gold, Walton 7-7, Edeuhan, Lad o' Logan TiiiBide 7-5, Arab King, Swuet Arno 7-4. Juvenile (7- furlongs)-— Baratoi 90, Sheila Deer 8-13 Sun Song' 8-i), Bia fra 8-5, 'Ariade 8 2, Some idea- S-0. Country Down 7-13, Amativet, Bache lor's Best 7-12, Serefrom 7-10, Perfect Weather 7-0, l'inecourt, Ladys Prido 7-7, Tertia 7-5. Flying (0 furlongs)— Mis- J;ry, fc.oul ton9-4, Brown Appfc 9-J, ALumg 8-il, Tudley I'erwc 8-8, Danish Vrnicjii 7-~; Miss Wolowa 7-1, Maggie Pie 7-0, Grey Tie 6-12, Breaks 0-10, Regular G...

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THE TURF. SYDNEY, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

THE TURF. SYDNEY, January 1U. A shocking case of doping occurred at a trotting meeting at Orange yes terday. Ukulele Hoy was made favourite for the Orange Handicap, but when the Tider was about to harness the horse, it was discovered that the animal was blind and in a painful condition. The horse was withdrawn from the race and all bets declared off. BRISBANE. Jauuarv 20. Jockey K. Jeffers Mas before the Q.T.C. stewards to-day to answer a charge of interference in the Plate at Albion Park on Saturday. Jeffcis rode Sunny Queensland and is alleged to have interfered with Paysong, rid den by Goddiird. It was stated dur ing the evidence that Sunny Queiisland had a tendency to roguishness. Steward J. Curley, who watched tlw race from the back of the course, said he did not think Jeffers deliberately interferred with Paysong. In view of Mr. Curley's admission, Mr. H. Wolfe, chairman of the stew ards, said it had beon decided to ac cept Jeffcrs.' explanation. LOXGREACH, January 20.. The Jo...

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FARNBOROUGH RACES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

FARNBOROUGH RACES. ROCKHAMPTON. January 17. ino *arn borough Racing Club commenced its two days' amateur picnic race meeting yesterday. The threatening weather kept many away, yet the attendance was satis factory and the racing good. Only about ten points of rain had faj/ew on the track, which was slightly heavy, but otherwise in perfect con dition. Mr. W. W. Braithwaite acted an judge, Mr. C. Sanderson was starter, and the stewards were Messrs. W F. Clayton, R. Young and S. W. Braith waite. The club's secretary is Mr. W. Mr. J. J. Lynch (stipendiary steward) was in attendance. Details :— MAIDEN HANDICAP of £5, 4 fur longs. R. B. Moore's br m STARVATION (Decpdene— Station Mare), 5 years, 0-12 ? (Hanrahan) 1 H. Brown's br g Stray Lad, a., 9-12 ? (Brown) l * R. Harris's b m Prarie Miss, 5 years, 9-i2 .. ? (Daniel 3 Only starters. Betting : (i to 4 on Prarie Miss, evens STARVATION, 3 to 1 v. Stray Lad. Won by two lengths, with a len^i between eecond and third. Time, 54 1/5 sec. FLYING ...

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ROADS AND RAILWAYS. GOVERNMENT POLICY. BRISBANE, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

ROADS AND RAILWAYS. GOVERNMENT POLICY. BRISBANE, January 20. The Government's policy that there must be no competition between road's and railways was emphasised by the Minister for Railways and Main Roada (Mr. Godfrey Morgan) to-day, replying !o a deputation from the Kosewood Shins Council which asked for assistance lov the repair and maintenance of the mam road irom Kosewood to Grandclicstci'. The Minister said he must adhere to the policy that main roads should not be created parallel with railways. He could not see how the Government, in conformity with that policy, could spend money in the maintenance of the road; hut it might be possible to give tin Council assistance in. regard to soiu£ road feeding the town and railway au-( which relief the Council could devpl* to the Rosewood-Granddiester-road, Whatever might be the policy in ln ture, they certainly could not at present afford to construct alongside the rail ways, costing £10,000 or £12,000 a mile, a main road that might co...

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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. WEDDINGS OF THE WEEK. ENGELHARDT—M'DONOUGH. WYCARBAH, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

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AROUND THE TOWN WITH ROD AND GUN [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

[?] ???pTAS bis mother-in-law forgiven them since they married with t-ut her consent?' 'I don't, think so. She's goue to live with them.' fTS Rockhampton losing its nerve? It seems to me that such oiU6t be the case. To-day is the 17th of the New Year and although most of the statistics compiled about this piace nave aevu imuubueu, i uu uut recollect seeing any return of the .motor cars swip-l ed off from the enormous num ber of things that people insist od i leaving around in the evenings. Here is Erisbane, Sydney, Melbourne end other insignificant warts on the landscape boasting of the motor cars Btolen and recovered during the year. IVet so far Rockhamuton has made no! feign that it has heard. * ? « WE might have lived down the fact Of not yet having reported a single feat burglar or a disreputable night jtJub, and the razor gangs passing us by as beneath their uotice. But' think of the shame of this latest blow : to our prestige. It will make people ; lftitik we haven 't got a mo...

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

j^lllilililiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiMMMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiMiiMUiiimiii ? iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii' | BRISBANE NOTES. ( (From Our Own Correspondent.) The lot of a public man is, like that of the provazbial policemau, not s happy one. Whatever he does-:, his action 6eeme to displease someone, Tnis homily is inspired by the -severe criti cism the Mayor and his aldermani; sup porters have been subjected to lor dar ing to cod up the last financial year with & surplus of something over £-:;,000. Every Department showed «l balance .on the right side, which any ordinary person would imagine was a subject for. congratulations. Not £0, however. Labour Aldermen got up a: the Council table last week and severe ly and even bitterly trounced the Mayor and the l'inanee Committee for having a surplus. At the end of the previous year, and the year before that, and fcr years etill further back, the 6amt critics, or their predecessors, soundly rated the M...

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THE WOOL MARKET. Raw Material. ON AN ECONOMIC LEVEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

THE WOOL MARKET. ? ^ Raw Material. ON AN ECONOMIC LEVEL. Our special correspondent at Bradford writes under date December 10th : — Though Ihi final series of London sales closed a week u-jo nothing has yet appeared in the local Press about the quantities taken by the Home trade, the Continent, and America, which -isj Ihi customary way of announcing how I lie total sales have been distributed. | This is rather surprising, such ' figures bcii;-.' \ery important, for' a fortnight at three 'weeks sales cannot be Iioid in London without eaeli of these sections more or less show in;,' its hand. In the figure* which the writer has found in u°ciicular issued by Scliwartze, Buch anan ana Co., America is not cruditcl with ha\ ing purchased anything, but it is known that one representative of a firm in tliat country bought about 300 bates, and no doubt other purchases were made (or the same destination. It is quite possible that altogether about 1000 bales were taken. On au average America has...

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