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PUBLIC SERVICE. CENTRAL SUCCESSES. BRISBANE, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

PUBLIC SERVICE. CENTRAL SUCCESSES. BRISBANE, January 22. The results were announced to-day ot the annual examinations of candidates for appointments to professional and clerical positions in the State Public Service and as teachers of commercial subjects and of domestic science which were held in conjunction with the Junior Public examination of the Queensland University on November 21st last   The estimated vacancies for which qualified candidates will be required are as follows: — Professional and clerical positions in the Public Service — Males 30, females 5. Student teachers of commercial sub- jects — Males 3, females 3. Student teachers of domestic science — Females 8. The following were the successful candidates in the order of merit: — Colin W. Kelley (Rockhampton), Mary C. Tudehope (Cairns), Mavis Prewett (Cairns), Robert H. Napier (Gympie), Douglas E. Wood (Brisbane), Olive M. Smith (Brisbane), Norman J. Loveday (Brisbane), Margaret C. Hart (Bris- bane), Dermot...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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OBITUARY. MRS. TRAVERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

OBITUARY. MRS. TRAVERS. Mrs. Travers, of Yarrai, passed away at Springsure. The deceased lady was a very old resident of this district and was very highly respected by all. She had not been enjoying good health for some time, and in consequence was liv- ing in town lately. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon. Rev. Father Fellows officiated at the grave- side. The deceased leaves a husband and a grown up family to mourn their loss.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

ASTOUNDING HOSIERY BARGAIN CHISHOLM & CO.'S GREAT FEBRUARY CLEARANCE OF ALL SUMMER STOCKS. 0/11 'PRESTIGE X' HOSE FOR ^/JJ PAIR. Just opened another 100 Dozen Pairs of the MOST WONDER FUL HOSIERY BARGAINS that has yet been placed before you. ' THE WONDERFUL 'PRESTIGE X' HOSE In ait the charming 'PRESTIGE' Vshadee— Freaci Blonde, Wood. ., land Rose, Sunblush, Mirage, Tea Rose, Suntan, Bnusil, Nymph,, *» Pigeon, Cheek, Haze, Opium, Shrimp, Grey. | 0/11 'PRESTIGE X' HOSE FOR */11 PAIR. \ Mail Your Orders For This Wonderful Bargain CHISHOLM & GO.,. The Busy Drapers — East-st. — Rgckhampton* GILLESPIE'S KING OF PATENTS FLOUR Hbjb Given Satisfaction for Nearly 50 Years, NEVER VARIES IN QUALITY, ALWAYS RELIABLE. New Zealand Loan & Mercantile Agency Co* Limited, Sole 'Agents.

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STORES. TEE SUNRISE FAIRY'S LESSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

STORIES. THE SUNRISE FAIRY'S LESSON. (Written by Harriet Oteen). It was a midsummer night, just be fore the Queen's fancy dress ball hart started. Each fairy was wearing a dress representing a flower out of the Queen's garden. 'Fairy oi Dawn's' dress, represent ing a red rose, was the very one that toe Sunrise Fairy wanted, so when Fairy of Dawn was gathering flowers for the Queen's table Sunrise Fairy went out and destroyed her frock. 'The Fairy of Dawn' was a favou rite of the Queen's and this niads Sun 'rise Fairy. jealous of her, but after- sliJ kad destroyed- the dress tehe repented IN MEMORY OF THE 'CAP.' (Drawn by Grace Merchant, No. of points 8). her wrong-doing and she confessed to the Queen. The Queen was very an gry to think that one of her subjects was so spiteful, so to punish her slic said she could not go to the ball. When Fairy of Dawn heard this sbis felt very sad, for she had a kind heart., and did not wish the Sunrise Fairy to stay away for her sake from th3 ball,...

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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. WEDDINGS OF THE WEEK. SWAFFIELD—FITZGERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

SOCIAL JIND PMSQNAL WEDDINGS OF THE WEEK. SWAFFIELD— FITZGERALD. The Rev. Father Dolan officiated a1; the wedding of Miss Barbara Fitzgerald and Mr. Cecil Swailield, -which was celebrated at St. Joseph's Cathedral oil Wednesday morning last. The bride, who was given away by her father, is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Fitzgerald, Campbell Btreet. and the bridegroom is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs- C. Swaffield, Campbell-street. Miss M. Devaney pro Bided at the organ and Mr. Jim tiott sang a solo during the signing of the register. The bride chose an exceedingly pret ty frock of ivory pussy willow, with a flared skirt, faggotted and falling softly from a peaked hip yoke. The bodice had a yoke of bridal lace and long close-fitting sleeves. Her dainty silk lace and pale pink tulle veil was lent by Mrs. A. S. Harris, of Mac kay, and she carried a beautiful sheath bouquet of tabernamontana and roses, tied ?with tulle streamers. Miss Maisie Fitzgerald (the bride's oousin), who was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

I TO HORSEMEN AND -ca | ? ?* £1 I* I VI ?? K ^* f~ P jf\. 5 j 1 iTlilUJLtllu* 'fat&s&, \ = ? uAL)L)Lfcu -inu ?» tjF3ri& j^^*^5 § f convinced or ^yKff^^^M1^ ^\ I I m. DoehwnT?SE | I VWLL1AM STREET ' ? ROCKHAMPTOM. | f ? 'PHONE 710. ? | I ~ F1R5T PRIZES — ' ROCKHAMPTON SHOW, 1929, FOR ^ j I BEST PACE SADDLE AND BAGS, BEST SET SINGLE BUGGY 1 I HARNESS, BEST SET SINGLE DRAY HARNESS, BEST COLLEC- | I TION OF COLLARS, BEST COLLECTION OF SADDLERY AND I I HARNESS. | | ? . BEST STOCK SAD- 1 I ^^|\''y#^ar*rT^^V\ BEST ALL ROUGH! ^ fll/\i/v Hi ^ tfM BUCKJDMP SADDLEf ^ t»P ^iP^^ffll % flMm ?? ' BEST ^^^ Round I I \Aif*-ll'*'-^^^ \^» ? J;BEST ALL ROUGH 1 £ \mK ^Xi v EXERCISE SADDLE. | I yl lS\H -BEST' ASTRIDE SADDLE. I i ISO 'T*U BEST QEKT/S PLAIN I * /-&J~*ffl*tmJS& HUNTING SADDLE, | j RACEHORSE AND TROTTING GEAR SPECIALISTS. I ^^^^S^g^T^^^^^~* smart, new models — ''^^^^^gvja^fl^^^P^- compact, light and effic- - ya^ -!? ient in every detail. : Just what yo...

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SOME MOUNT ISA VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

SOME MOUNT ISA VIEWS. W TK» Power. House (Mr. Catt, of Bockhampton, 'J^haraO^On left, main and supply shaft with n.en's bathing Left to right:— Cook house, ice room, and butcher's shop, ranch in rear. Black Star shaft and works. Docherty underlie shaft,, company's cottages on left. Main haulage «haft, with partly. built concentrator on left.

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BOYS PAGE CRAIG KENNEDY DETECTIVE STORIES THE AZURE RING—III. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

BoYsJW CRAIG KENNEDY DETECTIVE STORIES | By ARTHUR. B. REEVE. Copyright, 1922, by The McClure Newspaper Syndicate. THE AZURE RING— HI. The story thus far: — The distrfot attorney of Westchester county, Mr Whitney, asks Craig Kennedy to help him on the Walnwrigtn case. At a cuburb, Williston, Miss Laura 'Walnwright and her fiance, John Templeton, were found dead sitting side by side in the drawing room of Miss Walnwrlght's house the afternoon before the day set for the wedding. A tr.aid went to Ask Miss Walnwright to come to her mother and sister Marian to make some decision concerning the arrangements and found the two dead. Their faces were discoloured, their heads thrown back. The coroner, Mr. Nott, thought they had been asphyxiated by the fumes from a charcoal burner, but Mr Whitney thought it a case of murder. There were tales of jealousy on the part of Marian. The two sisters had gone to school with John Templeton and Schuyler Vanderdyke. Vanderdyke became, Laura's first husban...

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AROUND THE TOWN WITH ROD AND GUN [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

[?] [?] '' K ND do you think you understand tie car now, madam?' asked the driving instructor. 'Oh, perfectly; but there's just one thing I should like to ask: Do you put the water aud the petrol in the same hole?' 'TOTHAT S me use of having money 'if you don't know how to enjoy it?' 'Well, what's the use o£ knowing ho^ to enjoy it if you haven't got it?' '1' SUPPOSE you did quite a lot of ~~ reading while on your vacation?' 'I should say so! 1 don't think we jniBsed a single advertising signboard or road direction.' WELL, it looks as though there will be no need to call on that £ 100 which the Council added to its flood relief fund. It's stopped raining almost, and the river is going down. Even the musically minded 'All Estate resi dent who feared his home would be cashed away and in the height of the rain inea to borrow his neigh hour's piano Is feeling less anxious. 'W h a t did he want to ?borrow the instrument for if he was going to be washed down (he river?' asks Steve scornfu...

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THE BOSCOMBE VALLEY MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

? ..- ???...,WWBnWI||IHWpHH|,t; I f THE BOSCOMBE VALLET MYSTERY. I ! ? - ' ! 1 By SIB ABTHTJB OONAN DOTLE. I C65yrlgW. 1^21. by. Harper and Broi. Published by special arrange. I meat with The McCIure Newopaper Syndicate. ii T*1*' wan whcL entered w« ? «trange and Imprtitlve figure. His «law Hmirtna atcip and bowed shoulders gave the appearance of decripltudS. and yet his hard, deepened, crtflfly features, and hl» eitormoiia limbs showed that Me wae possessed of unusual strength of body and of character mi. ♦„.«?»,* '''DRAY Bit down on the «-fa,' said *' Holmes, gently. ''You had my note?' 'Ycb. the lodgekeeper brought it Up. You said that you wished to ee» me here to avoid scandal.' 'I thought people would talk if I Mrent to the Hall.' 'And why did you wish to see itte?' He looked across at my com panion with despair in his weary eyee, as though lite question was al ready answered. 'Yes,' said Holmes, 'answerinK the look ratter than the words. 'It is so. I know all about McCarthy.' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

ST. LOUIS'S CONVENT BOARDING SCHOOL, FOR BOYS UNDER FOURTEEN YEARS OP AGE. CONDUCTED Pv THE SISTERS OF MERCY, KOONGAL. This. Boarding School is situated ia a healthy position on the slopes tf the Berserker Range, overlooking the Fit* roy River. It is connected by Train and Train with Rockhampton, from which it is only tltree miles distant. TERMS ON APPLICATION TO SISTER SUPERIOR. THOMAS J. HALLY. 80UC1T0K. Sharpe's Chambers, East street, Rockhamptoa. (next Kodak). ROOTS SBOKftJt woan'tiUiU'Lut.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

I FINE TAILORING ^ A man who wishes to be well dressed should m L *c7S^^P^^B^B make sure that his Clothes are made of the ^ ^*'7iJWfc3S^SJB^5MN Best Quality Fabrics, and see that they are ^Qp j^/fmfn /^^^^^fjl^^wi cut to fit' him perfectly, and so add distinc- ^M^r wHr v\^\ ^BK« tion to his personality. ^*i\/// Vi yv£wfe_0-P5ifl He should also make sure that he possesses I A j/kAfu \Jf jtC^J iMrU^VI Suits to meet his requirements for day or yP J^aflBf^Wy ^ m^^BS^m evening occasions, thus enabling him to meet ml ^Wm\p s^^ -^^^L^P5W any man on a plane of equality. Ill imfPHiv' / '\J^^W ^Hl Stewart's have won their reputation for I j WdJ 1 v. ? K!|fiU Better Class Tailoring to Measure by years ly W J\ yWtlyjnln IT of practical experience, and painstaking || V A*hs\ *' ^x jWUsJ You'll appreciate the variety we offer in Su- «£? A I '^(^^^Ml^ffl perior Quality Suitings, as well as tHe ^TjJ // / KPwm^^iSBZ} moderation of our Prices. OJflf ^\\ I Jlf \YuS rffli | I Three-Garment Sac Suits. |...

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RED INTERNATIONALE. OPPOSES ARBITRATION. SYDNEY, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

RED INTERNATIONALE. Opposes arbitration. SYDNEY, January 31. The question of whether or not to continue affiliation with the Pan-Pacific Secretariat and Bed Internationale is now being considered by the Labour Council. A strong letter from the Red Inter nationale has been received, urging con tinuation of affiliation and strongly urging the Labour Council to oppose the arbitration system and industrial peace and place all reliance on strike me thods. A report has also been received from Mr. Hannett, one of the Australian delegates to the recent Pan-Pacific Sec retariat, recommending the establish ment in Australia of a branch of the League of Friends of the Soviet .to spread information concerning the So viet and defend its policy' and' prin ciple, . It also recommended that the Pan Pacific Secretariat should be invited to hold the next Congress in Australia in 1030. At the next meeting the Council will hear the report from Mr. F. Roels, chairman of the Australian delegation to Russ...

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HELL! [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

HELL! Dry arid lands I vowed when last 1 * crossed thce I would be the last. Yet uere I am again. Cruel irony of fate once more has forced me To wander o'er thy lone tracks quito insane, llow throbs mv head ! The cursed drink now dying. Reeks in my brain and makes me damn the morn 1 crossed the Nogo* speeding, almost flying With forty Quid to do at Abercorn. STAN MAHER. ?Nogo River near Abercorn.

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A.W.U. SYDNEY, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

''? A.W.U. SYDNEY, January 31. The annual convention of the A.W.U. to-day received a telegram from the Prime Minister, Mr. Scullin, thanking it for the expression of confidence in the Federal Government. The Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. Blakeley), who attended the conference, said the vote of confidence by the A.W.U. was appreciated, particularly as it came from a body of 150,000 mem bers representing all parts of the Com monwealth. The Convention passed a resolution, stating that directors of Labour News papers, Ltd., should establish a daily newspaper in Sydney, to be owned and controlled by the A.W.U., and pub lished not later than January 1st, 1031. The paper will appear as an after noon journal. The following were elected directors of Labour Newspapers, Ltd.-^Senator Barnes, chairman (Victoria), W. Rior dan^ (Queensland), J. Bailey (New South Wales), and F. Lundie (South Australia).

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A NOTED SIRE. DEATH OF HIGH FORCE. WARWICK, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

A NOTED SIRE. DEATH OF HIGH FORCE. WARWICK, Febiuary 4. Studmaster J, G. M'Dougall sustained u serious loss to-day, when the success ful young sire High Force died at Lynd hurst as a ? result of a rupture, which ' took place on Monday night. High Force, who was by Tracery from Vaucluse and was a member of tho noted Parafin family, sired in his first reason at the stud the crack sprinter Wise Force. Among the limited num ber of horses by High Force which have raced to-day, Wise Force, Baratol and fero Force have done weil in Brisbane, while in Sydney Ravana, a colt o;it ot Eastern Belle, is showing great promise. The death of High Force means a sen ? ous loss to the stud stock of Queensland.

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SOLICITOR McCOWAN. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. BRISBANE, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

SOLICITOR McCOWAN. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. BRISBANE, January 30. Two further charges were preferred to-day against Robert M'Cowan, 54, solicitor, who was charged with stealing £721, the property of Edward Thomas Hicks and George Andrews, executors in the estate of Edward Hicks ; also with- stealing £500, the property of Alli son Helen Tenner Bruce. Evidence was heard against M'Cowan on one of th«s earlier charges, that &* stealing £4532 6s. 3d., that beine the amount of the alleged general deficiency -.-. in respect of divers «um- which had come into his possession on accoust ot William Joseph Brown. The accused was committed for triaJ on February 17th on this charge. Evidence was then beard against M'Cowan on a charge of stealing £1000, the property of Joseph Thomas Tucker, and he was again committed for trial ? on February 17th. On the two new charges preferred to- . day M'Cowan was remanded until Feb ruary 6th. The man and the maid sat in a secluded spot by the sea. 'I was t...

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SURF TRAGEDY. YOUNG MAN DROWNED. SYDNEY, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

SURF TRAGEDY. YOUNG MAN DROWNED. SYDNEY, January 29. Jeffrey Wellesly Hyman, a young law student, was drowned this afternoon at Tamarama Bay while heroically at tempting to save a girl named Betty Burnie, 16, who got out of her depth und was carried away by the current. Although not a strong swimmer, Hy - man went to her aid. The girl, how ever, was being carried further and fur ther out, and it was apparent to those on 6hore that Hyman was tiring. Wilton Weir, .13, put on a lifebelt, and, despite a lame leg, swam magnifi cently to the girl and brought her in. Iu the meantime Bernard Hyman, a year older than his brother Jeffrey, jumped from the rocks ? and reached Jeffrey, who gasped, 'I'm done,' as toe reached him. The boy supported his unconscious brother until Ray Shapcott, 16, ewam out with a line. The members of the Surf Club then dashed into the water and brought them back to the beach, but Hyman was dead. ' The girl Burnie was still in a state of collapse and late to-night sh...

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THE CENTRAL QUEENSLAND HERALD, ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1930. THE SLUMP IN WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

THE CENTRAL QUEENSUNOWM^ ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1930 ThlE SLUMP IN WOOL. During recent months many pastoral iats have realised the necessity for the establishment of some institution to as sist in stabilising wool values, and many who voted against the continuance ot 'Bawra' now wish that they had voted otherwise. Apart altogether from the work accomplished after the war, the continuance of such a corporation must have had a tremendous influence on wool prices and stability, and there is no reason to think that its opera tions would be otherwise in this crisis. Having the power to dispose of its wool or hold it indefinitely, and. being concerned only with the securing of a reasonable price, it should have the beneficial effect sought by those who have again advocated withholding wool in similar fashion. A deputation of pastoralibts has already sought assist ance from the Federal Government, pointing out to Mr. Scullin that there is necessity for drastic action iminedi at...

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FEDERAL CABINET. CANBERRA, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

FEDERAL CABINET. CANBERRA, January 29. Cabinet met to-day and continued till a late hour. , After tho meeting, Mr. .Scullin said there had been no discussion on the coal situation and the referendum ques tion had been -touched only briefly. There had been no decisions, and there were not likely to be any, till further discussions had taken place. Although .Cabinet has not yet final ised consideration of the questions to be submitted at the referendum, the most probable' date ia late in June' or early in July. The Ministry is pursuing investiga tions along definite lines. Ministers have gone closely into the subject and hate been deliberating on the advisability, of referring a num ber of alternatives ' ranging from a grant to the Commonwealth of full in dustrial legislative power* to a mini mum of sufficient powers to deal with phases similar to those at present exist* ing on the coal fields.

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