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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
Some of the Famous Pictures reputed to be worth £14,000,000, which have arrived In England on the steamer 'Leonardo dc Vinci' from Italy for the Exhibition of Italian Art opening at Burlington House, London, in January next.— 'The Tempest,' by Glorglone (born, Castelftanco, 147S). The heaviest insurance of all I* carried by this picture, which is stated to be worth £500,000. It Is being brought to London In charge of the official restorer of the Brera Gallery. (S. & G.)
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ROCKEAMPTON, January »S. Mrs. W. Riley (Kynuna Station), who has been spending a few days with her sister (Mrs. J. J. Macaulay) at Emu Park, returned to Rockhampton 011 Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. Martin, who have been staying at the Leichhardt Hotel, have returned to Pengarra, Springeure. Mr.. J. \V. M'Kenzie arrived from Pearl Creek, Duaringa, yesterday. Air. il'Keuzie is staying at the Leichhardt Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. F. Sutton (Lake Nash) and Mrs. Snelling, who arrived from the north, are staying at the Leichhardt Hotel. Mr. and Mis. Hadley Propeting (Richmond), who have been staying at the Leichhardt Hotel during their visit 10 Rockhampton, and who liave been spending a holiday at Emu Park, left un Tuesday for the west. Mrs. E. R. Beattie, who has been stay ing at tlie Leichhardt Hotel, has re turned to her home at Duaringa Sta tion. Mr. C. P. Copland (Emerald Downs), who has been staying at the Leichhardt Hotel, left yesterday for the south. Sir William Glasgow ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
CONVALESCENT HOME Emu Park. FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN. - (Under Control of Rockhampton Hospitals Board.) CLOSE TO STATION AND BEACH. PUBLIC AND PRIVATE WARDS. FIRST-CLALJS ACCOMMODATION. ..(People who are Sick are NOT Eligible for Admission.) Convalescents Only. ~~ WHITE, TELEGRAPH, OB 'PHONE TO THE IIATHUN. Sick 1 jfifL Headache \ « JLJI Hollow»y»i Pill* \ fr «fW wili ?«» you right i r JJBMI uain without any £ ^LV^VX weakening after ? A-vWr\V effoots. Always C : 4Wj£KA Prompt s,nd effect. 5 ^vKmSP fa for 8lliM»en. £ i ^^^B Constipation ami ! : etkar ailment* i ! etosad by disordered sUmach. £ Follow the ' HoUoway Health-Way.' g 3 Ptioea-l|3. 3|- and 6h. ; THOMAS HOLLOWAY. | : 113. Southwark Street. London. S.r \ S I The electrical industry in Britain finds employment for between 180,0011 and 200,000 people. GOOD SULTANA CAKE 2 ozs. candied peel thicknesses of P»per, and bafce in a Few drops Aunt M»ryt oyen for xj hours, euence 01 vanilla ? AUNT MARYS BAKING POWDER COSTS A LITTLE MORE ...
"MY SISTER." [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
'MY SISTER.' (Written by Notma MoraTi). i have a little sihtcr, Her flge is four: She ran go on errands, To the store. She thinks shp's very clever,1' Able to go alone: Aud th«s the . dearest -ii 'te-\ ^ou could ever own.. She gett a penny from mother, For her money box'; He is a black boy, With red soclif. Sh» puts the penny In hit haad, And presses a button; . Black boy swallows it, Oh, he is a glutton) When he It full to the top, She will open him tome day: And take the penniee to the b»n«-. To save for a rainy day. (No of points S).
IN THE WOODLANDS AFTER OARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
IN THE WOODLANDS AFTER DARR. (Written bv Jean L. Hobler). When the tun siukc- down in the nest, Thai is the time we love the best; We watch the fairies dance on the flower*. Dance and riiince throuch the darLenine bourt. The lai.y cpriles Me under the lca\et, . The swallows huild their reels in the eavei; 6.1- the iparklin? waters, the Mine elves dance, And you could sec- if you took a gUnce; All the jrnhlini tryinp to sing. As tiiry eit crois-leKjed jp a fairy ring. *i»h a Kijht are these things to behold, ?-' listen, tion, to what you are told: Of the things -.Imi happen in the ncaJs .ji r-i-hr. YU':: ihp iuii sinkf low. and the moon beam.' hrifht. (Nu. of points ?).
OUR GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
OL'K CAKUEN. tWiiiUh by E\el}o Tuntni. H- lu\e * lo\cl» garden. A vegetable one «ou know: Many kinds of vegetables In this garden growe, Toero sie cabbage* and beun«, Tuinijis and tomatoes, too: I like to piik lomaloei, W hen there's nothing rh* !0 r|9. Th»!«* are ah,, wtter-melont. And many other things; Fiom lhe lin.v littls plant. Xn the chilli bu«b that «tingk. (No, of poinU 6.i.
STATE SCHOLARSHIPS. GIRLS SUPERIOR. BRISBANE, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
STATE SCHOLARSHIPS. GIRLS SUPERIOR. BRISBANE, January 24. The metropolitan results of the Silts scholarship examination held last month were announced, but the coun try results are not expected to be made knewn until to-morrow. Altogether 5607 candidates, namely, 3154 boys and 2453 girls, presented themselves and of these 2452, 1444 boys and 1008 girls passed. This represents 43.8 per cent successes. The Lilley Gold medals, awarded to the boy and girl gaining the highest places, were won by Hazel Ailsa Baynes, of Norman Park School, Brisbane, and Joan Constance C'hadwick, of Leichhardt strcet School, Brisbane, who were equal with 90 per cent, and by Alfred M'Cready. of Murgon, who was a 'tend- ing the Mackay School, and who se cured 84.4 per cent. The Education Department advisee ' that the contest between the two* first girls was remarkably keen. Their wor* was of very high quality and the De partment, after reviewing their papers, was unable to separate them. What our. gained in f...
BRAVE LITTLE TWINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
BRAVt LiriLE TWINS. (.Written by Betty Sn-anwickj. ('Upper, our «t had. twin kitlciu. Mv ^u ter nutted them Bunty mid Tinker. One after ?noon there was a bis ftorm, and in our bar* jard. there «a- a big itpum whicn we «alle|i tfc* Fiterov River, bacause -the current irHt «m ?troni:. Thf .tviiw were Mill (juiU MMtl, anH 'hen th' rsin V;i« ' r*niirintr itotrn. »ip nor'rrd hal Ihc kilt etife ncie nn thp other side of th? ttream. which, bv that time was a banker. Thev ?food together (or soipe time watching the niter uallop pakt, when Tinker thought -,hp would be brave, sn «he plunged in and hal' ?warn across to tltie side. Bunty Mill «(nod *her» «nd wdtched her with 'growing wonder, and then at la«t when he hiw fir wob Roing to nt left slonc, he plunfred in an-l half swam acrotp also. When they were- across, my'sitln and I went down and brought them upstairs j-.nd dried them, and they were soon quite com fortable again. ? . (No. of points 5).
GRAZING INDUSTRY. ORGANISATION SCHEME. BRISBANE, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
GRAZING INDUSTRY. ORGANISATION SCHEME. BKISBAAE., .January 24.. A scheme for the compulsory orga nisation of the graziers in Queensland was opposed at the annual conferciipp of the Selectors' Association this week The secretary of the Selectors' Asso ciation (Mr. E. Humphreys) said (-» day that the reason for the stand wa.i that the levies were exceptionally hiju and the industry at present -was un ? able, to pay them. At a meeting of Dig Executive o! the Selectors' Association on Thursda, it was considered tha.t the scheme was not sound enough to receive, serious consideration. The Executive unanimously favoured a bound scheme for the organised sain of wool, but opposed the t:ompul&ory organisation of graziers. It was b^ lieved that organisation was essential. but it should be voluntary. Mr. Humphreys was of the opinio. that the best plan would be not 1 1 separate the selectors and graziers, but to bring them together on the Federal Council. There was no doubt but thai. sal...
COTTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
COTTON. (.Written by Evelyn Timmj. About, cotton I will fell you. l(.'i growing1 well thin year: And if you want to Eee pood crops, Tou ouphr to romp rifrht here. The cotton now if three feet, high, And oli! It does look jrrocn: Each peifon whpn they kee it. Says. it- the hest thev've seen. Ail th- inline in nilnnln Look* lovely after the rain: Th» farmors hope (here it no flood. To spoil th«: crop again. ' (No. of points 7)..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
GILLESPIE'S KING OF PATENTS FLOUR Has Given Satisfaction for Nearly 50 Years. NEVER VARIES IN QUALITY. ALWAYS RELIABLE. ? New Zealand Loan & Mercantile Agency Co. Limited, Sole rAgent&. 1 R. COUSINS & CO., LTD., ESTABLISHED 1886. GENERAL BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. Shop front and Show Case Specialise, Glass Merchants find Leadlight Importer!, General Joiners and Glaziers. ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS (large or email) PROMPTLY EXECU TED AT LOWEST RATES. BAST-STREET, ROCKHAMPTON. THOSE 104. 4/lTEe' BUYY0UR YAI Eft NEW SEASON jniiifitB^r seed SEEDS Niw J. HARRISON & CO., Eastatreet - ? Rockhampton
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. WEDDINGS OF THE WEEK. SMITH—HOYE ROCKHAMPTON, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
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GIBSON—MOFFATT. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
GIBSON— MOFFATT. A wedding of interest to local and distant centres throughout Queensland and New South Wales was solemnised at St. James' Presbyterian Church, Bowen, N.Q., on January 21st at 7,15 p.m., the bride being Miss Ella Mof fatt, elder daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Elphinstone Moffatt, of the Manse, Bowen, and the bridegroom Mr. Robert Campbell Gibson, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Gilson, Bingera plantation, Bundaberg. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. Clark Kerr, of Proserpine; N.Q. The father of the bride gave her away and she was attended by her sis ler. Miss Doreen Moffatt, and the bridegroom was supported by his bro ther, Mr. Gordon Gibson, of Bundaberg. The church was beautifully decora ted by the choir and Church members, and a feature was masses of blue hydrangea brought from. Bingera gar dens. The service was choral and Miss Maude Rodney presided at the organ. Miss Watts sang a solo during the signing of the register. The bride's costume was of cream mariet...
HALLAM—CLEMENTS. ROCKHAMPTON, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
HALLAM ? CLEMENTS. ROCKHAMPTON, January 25. at. .Luke's (Jhurch of England was chosen for the wedding of Miss Violet May Clements, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Clements, of Mt. Morgan, and Mr. Henry Hallain, of Aramac, which was celebrated by the Rev. R. JU H. Jones at 2 o'clock last Wednesday afternoon. The bride, who was given away by her cousin (Mr. C. Healy, jun.), was attended by her sister (Miss Mary Clem ents) as bridesmaid. A bridal veil of cut tulle ,lent by the bridegroom's cousin (Mrs. R. Reuton, of Mackay), elongated to form a train, and arranged with a cap of silver tis sue and orange blosVMns, made a pretty finish to the bride's dainty frock of white crepe de Chine, the bodice of which was made with long tight-fitting sleeves and trimmed with piutucks and beads, with pintucks to form a waist line. The double-flared skirt was trimmed with beads and was finished at the side with satin ends and a diamente buckle. She carried a beautiful bou quet of white lilies. Tho...
GILDER—HAYES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
GILDER— HAYES. The marriage of Miss Kathleen Hayes, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Michael Hayes and Mrs. Hayes, ot Kerry Downs, Emerald, to Mr. Alfred J. Gilder, of PiercefiVia, Mussellbrook, was celebrated at Loreto, Cavendish road, Brisbane, by the Rev. Father J3u cas on January loth.
MACDONALD—MILLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930
MACDONALD— MILLER. . In the chapel of St. Margaret's High School, Albion, Brisbane, the marriage was solemnised last Monday afternoon of Mr. Hector P. Fitzalan Macdonald (eldest son of the late Mr. P. J. Mac donald, Lake Learmouth, and of Mrs. Macdonald, Sydney), and Miss Jean Ann Miller (only daughter of Mr. \V. L. Miller, Mackay, and Mrs. Miller, Wickham-terrace, Brisbane.) The chapel, which is a\oilablu only to past pupils of St. Margaret's School, was decorated by Sisters of the Sacred Ad vent, and friends of the bride. Canon B. P. Bobbin officiated. Miss Doris Gataker presided at the organ. The bride, who was given away by her brother (in the unavoidable absence of her father) was gowned in white crepe satin romaine, embroidered in sil ver. The fruek was ankie length, and was worn with a lac-3 coat, embroidered in silver. Her embroidered tulle veil was worn over her face, and was held in place with a chaplet of orange blos soms. She carried an armlet shower bouquet of pink rose...