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RESCUING CATTLE. STOCKMAN CHARGED. ROCKHAMPTON, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

RESCUING CATTLE. STOCKMAN CHARGED. BOCKaAMPTON, February 4. In the SumnionR Court yesterday the P.M. (Mr. O. E. Power) heard two complaints by the City poundkeeper (R. H. M'Kenzie), against William Crowley, alleging that lie unlawfully rescued certain cattle out of the pound. The first charge, that on December 30th, Crowley rescued a cream pony out of the pound, was dismissed, but on the second charge, that on January 8th he rescued seven head of cattle, Crowley was convicted and fined £3. On the second count, that of rescuing seven head ci cattle Robert &J Ke.nzie said that on January 8th he author ised the herdsman to impound certain cattle on Bullock Flat reserve. L. Rosen, secretary of the Rock hampton Cricket Association, gave for mal evidence that the land was held l-y his Associatoin under trustees. Tbe poundkeeper had . Iwen authorised by the Association to impound stray stock on the reserve. The Council herdsman slated that on January 8th he found nine, cattle stray...

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THE BURDEKIN TRAGEDY BRISBANE, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

THE BURDEKIN TRAGEDY BRISBANE, January 31. The Railway Commissioner (Mr. Davidson) staled today that the body of Paul Martin, of Innisfail, one uf the victims of the motor boat disaster on the Burdckin River, had been recovered. Mr. Davidson eaid the Railway De partment did everything possible to ex pedite the movement of train passeng ers towards their destination and the ferrying across the river was only done at the special request of passengers themselves, who were required to sign a declaration relieving the Commissioner of all responsibility in the event of an accident. The two bodies found to-day have been definitely identified as those of Peter Paul Martin, of Innisfail, whose parents reside in Townsville, and Wil Haa DwiMt «aief engineer of the South Johsrtoae sugar mill. -

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THE DISABLED LUCISTON. TO CALL AT BRISBANE. BRISBANE, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

THE DISABLED LUCISTON, TO CALL AT BRISBANE. BRISBANE, February -1. Owing to the fact that the disable steamer Luciston is now travelling -n a slower rate, tlie tug Coringa did not meet the vessel at Cato Island thlf morning. The tug, after a stormy voyage reached Urangan yesterday afternoor and, owing to the threatening weather delayed its departure for Cato Island until Monday morning. It is now definite that the Luciston will not call at Brisbane. The Coringa has taken coal and water at Urangan aud when slitf takes* tUr Luciston in tow she will niako direc' for Sydney. Messrs. MacDonald, Hamilton and Company were advised to-night tha- the seas were heavy at Sandy Cape and there were probpeuts of a recurrent* of cyclonic weather. Messages from the Luciston indicatf that the ship's progress was slow, and it wa6 decided to keep the Coringa at Urangan until 6 a.m. $o-niorrow. From Urangan to Cat-- T ''id is a 21 hours run. BRISBANE, February 4. Tbe tug Coringa met the disabled steamer...

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TO KEEP GOING. CHILLAGOE SMELTERS. HERBERTON, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

TO KEEP GOING. CHILLAGOE SMELTERS. IILRBERTUN, februarv 1 Kobponding to the (oast of hi* health at a smoke social tendered him on Uie occasion of his first visit to hie electorate since the elections, the Mini6 ler for Mines (Mr. Atherton) said thai the Government party had promised to ltopen Chillagoe, and the smelter had now been running on silver lead ores ior 15 wccks The Government was deter mined to keep Chillagoe going. It was proposed to smelt 6ilver lead while cop per was accumulating and alternately with copper ores until supplies of lead ore were in eight. The Government would do afl in its power to keep a small body of men continuously em ployed. ?

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BOARD FORMED. FINANCIAL AID. BRISBANE, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

BOARD FORMED. FINANCIAL AID. BRISBANE, February 4. li! order to foster and develop sec ondary industiies, the Queensland Gov ernment has appointed a, board under the Industries Assistance Act to de&l with applications for financial aid. Thi& announcement was made by the Premier (.Mr. Moore) to-day. The Board will consist ct Mr. W. H. Austin, under secretary for Labour ani Industry (chairman), Mr. S. Glasses, deputy Auditor-General, and Mr. P. J ?'Joss, manager of the State 6tores.

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MR. E. V. TANNOCK. BARCALDINE PRESENTATIONS. BRISBANE, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

MR. E. V. TANNOCK. BARCALDINE PRESENTATIONS. ; HARCALUINE, January o0. There was a very large attendance a' the Shire Hail last night, the occasion being a public send-off to Mr. E. V. Tannock, who is leaving on Monday next for Gladstone. The function was promoted by the sporting bodies of the town, with which Mr. Tannock. was prominently associated for the past nine years. The Chairman of the Council (Mr. R. F. Lyons) presided. Several representative!! of the sporting bodiea delivered addresses, all testifying to Mr. Tannock's activity on behalf of the sporting, soc'.al and commercial life of the town and expressing regret at his departure. Mr. Tannock was presented with a leather suit case and travelling rug from the sporting bodies, a bat, with a silver shield, from the Cricket Association, t. cold-mounted fountain pen from the ladies' entertainment com mittee of the Cricket Association. Mr. Tannock responded at length. For any thing he had done for sport in Barcal dine, he said,...

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REVENUE RETURNS. DEFICIT OF £1,335,792. BRISBANE, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

REVENUE RETURNS. DEFICIT OF £1.335,792. BRISBANE, February 3. The revenue returns were issued by the State Treasurer (Mr. VV. U. Barnes,, to-day.' They show thai the revenue fur the seven months ended Jan- i uary 31&t amounted to £7,616,029, or ... £939,632 loss than fur the correspond ?, ing period in the Ias,t liuancial year. During the tevon months of the last financial year £(504,000 was received ~ from the Commonwealth, compared witli nil for the jsewn months ended January 3 let. The railway revenue showed a slight increase over the figures for the ° last financial \car, ljut oilier receipts . showed slight ilecrcu&us. The expenditure for the seven months ' wa6 reduced by £591,149, compared V with l'J2'J, ilie figures for 1U30 being £8,951,827 compared with £9,542,97ti in the same period of I'.I-J'J. Tiie revenue lor January totalled £1.059,088 compared with £1.104.708 last. year. The ex pen ?- diture was £!!,'-U,S2.} compared with ? £l,020:66li. The e.\ces- «-f...

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CAPACITY TAXED. BRISBANE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. BRISBANE, February .4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

CAPACITY TAXED. BRISBANE mi^AR SCHOOL. ;- '? : BRISBANE, February 4. In the course of , a' statement to-day, the Director of Education (Mr. B. J. M'Kenna), admitted that it. had becu re cognised for some time that aeconio dation at the Brisbane Grammar School was taxed' beyond' capacity. He claimed that no- fault could -be claimed with the action of -the authorities in refrain ing from further aggravating the trouble and inconvenience, especially when other highly efficient secondary schools were available ? for scholarship holders. ' ????.. The Grammar schools;, though they received endowment from the Govern ment, were not controlled by the Educa tion ^Department and .Minister, though he satisfied himself by an annual inspec tion by one of his officers that they were being efficiently conducted. He had, however, no power to interfere in their administration.

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FALSE RETURNS. APPROXIMATES £40,000. BRISBANE, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

FALSE RETURNS. APPROXIMATES £40,000. BRISBANE, Februarv 4. Two members of the firm of J. and E. L. Rees, builders, Brisbane, were to-day charged with having made false income returns In respect to firm and individual returns for the year 1924-25. It was stated for the prosecution that the defendants were brothers nud had carried on in partnership since 1922. The partnership return for 1924-23, prepared by Joseph Keen, seuior part ner, showed a nett income of £4320. In vestigations showed that this should have been £12,197. It had also been found that the partnership returns for the past, seven years had been false, the total deficiency in net income being £28,000. In connection with the case against Joseph Rces, his return showed an Income of £2598. whereas it should have been £6630. The deficiency in tax amounted to £782 12s. The returns for all years, from 1614 were found to be false. In the case of Evan Leo Row. his returns Ehowed an income of £2227, whereas it should have been £...

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P. AND 0. LINE. EXTEND TO QUEENSLAND BRISBANE, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

P. AND 0. LINE. EXTEND TO QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, February 4. The P. and O. Company has decided iu make Brisbane the terminal port ot cail for its steamers in Australia, ami vessels of this line will visit Brisbane on alternate weeks with the Orient Line. The arrangement will come into force luter in the year. Making this announcement to-day, tl'.c Premier (Mr. Moore) said it was probable that the new service would commence in the t-prinjr with the open ing of the passenger season. It would le a great advantage to Queensland to pot a line of boats like the P. and -*? to rail here. It would mean something to the butter and cheese producers, who voiild be able to market produce e* seditiously and under the best ren ditions.

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QUEENSLAND'S POSITION. EXPRESSES HIS VIEWS. BRISBANE, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

QUEENSLAND'S POSITION. EXPRESSES HIS VIEWS. BRISBANE, February 3. The Slate Treasurer (Mr. W. H. Barnes), who leaves to-morrow morning to attend a special session of the Aus tralian Loan Council at Canberra, said to-day that before he left the public tuik'lit like to know his views on the financial position of Queensland, es pecially in view of the recent state ments that had appeared in the Press, drawing attention to the serious linau ciul position of Australia, generally. Mr. Barnes said: 'It in well kuuwu to the Premiers and Treasurers of the various States how very unsatisfactory the financial affairs are. No doubt this lias been largely brought about by in dustrial disturbances. These disturb ances have prevented the securing of loan money from abroad and further serious ly reduced the market price of their securities in London.' As Treasurer of Queensland, Mr. Burncs said, he would like to 6ay he was afraid they had becu too slow in learning the lesson that loan money could b...

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

EMERALD. The annual meeting of members of the Emerald Hibernian Race Club was held in the schoolroom on Sunday even ing, Mr. P. Campbell presiding. After considerable discussion, it was resolved to hold a race meeting on St. Patrick's Day. A draft copy of the programme was submitted and approved. It was mentioned Jhat already 20 horses had been promised for the meeting. Others are sure to come forward, so a very suc cessful fixture should result. A meeting of the Emerald Golf Club was held on Thursday night. The Rail way Department approved of the play ing of golf and the clearing of greens on, the vacant railway reserve to the south of the railway station. Accounts for £8 14s. Id. were passed. The secrc The home of the Lei chhardt 'Chronicle.' tary reported that the membership fees were coming in very freely. Already there were 43 financial foundation mem bers and by the end of the month, when the time ior the foundation membership closed, there would be well over 50. It was decide...

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RAINFALL AT DUEIDAR, NEAR THE WILLOWS, Q.C.R. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

RAINFALL AT DUEIDAR, NEAR JHE WILLOWS, Q.C.R. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. . Oct. Nor. Dec. Total 1910 ? 1.00 1.61 1.18 1.94 1.40 0.00 0.00 1.02 0.00 0.07 0.00 0.41*. ? 9.53 1920 ..-. .. ... 4.47 1.21 1.76 2.92 1.01 0.66 1.35 1.20 3.3S 3.60 2.22 1.66 -— — 25.62 1021 .. ... .. 5.55 0.65 3.67 0.44 0.56 7.61 0.21 1.67 £.59 1.12 0.50 2.85 — — 27-^ 1922 .-, .. .. 7.77 5.54 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.66 0.53 0.00 0.16 2.17 0.50 6.10 ?? ? 23.72 1923 .. .. .. 3.83 1.11 2.42 2.66 0.87 3.18 0.06 1.33 1.44 0.30 0.42 2.56 ? 20.0B 1924 .. .. .. 0.32 8.36 0.95 1.60 0.31 0.93 0.59 1.82 £725 2.25 6.3S 4.66 -— ? — 30.37 1925 .. .. .. 4.06 1.69 0.70 0.00 O.90 1.16 0.13 2.15 MS 0.00 0.58 2.95 ? 16.1d 1926 ... ,..: .. 2.12 0.40 I'.OS 0.05 0.09 0.03 0.02 0.00 2.66 0.01 0.2O 2.01 ? 7.6/ 1927 .. .. i... 5.44 1.39 4.99 0.0(1 0.00 0.93 0.04 0.03 0.00 1.92 3.41 9.14 ? 27.19 1928 ..? .. .- 3.52 .=5.33 1.25 5.47 0.05 1.90 0.62 0.00 0.00 J.26 3.68 2.67 ? 25.75 1929 ? 0.42 5.46 3.23 2.42 0.00 2.79 0.00 0.0...

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(From Our Own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

(From Our Own Correspondent.) All the Mt. Morgan Company's odamt are overflowing and the sight, especially at the big dam in the upper reaches ot the liver, which resenibles a miniature Bairon Falls, would gladd-'n the hearts of the camera men or women who sir? lovers of good snaps. The novel sight of a uutabcr of email girls and boys at the upper reach oi the River, sitting at the water's edgo and panning off the sand for gold, was witnessed. In some instances the youn* alluvial washers were rewarded by good fly specks. After tha last big flood at this particular spot, some good **n gold was extracted from where the graps grew. 'Mr. Johnny Maher, a letter carrier, whilst delivering the mail en horseback, had an exciting experience on Thursday whilst crossing the Dee Kiver opposite the Mountain View Hotel, Tipperary Point. The horse got into difficulties and was swept off its l-et into the deep water. Horse and rider were car ried down thi? river some distance air'! the onlookers be...

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

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MT. MORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 6 February 1930

MT. MORGAN. (From our Own Correspondent.) William Mackie, a young lad, whilst delivering butter for Mr. Daniels had a narrow escape from drowning whilst crossing the Dee River, at Red Hill to day. The horse he was riding slipped into a hole and the boy was washed off and carried for 6ome distance down by the swiftly running current. He endeavoured to save the box and its con tents, but 'eventually had to release it and it was with difficulty he reached the bank, thoroughly exhausted. Assistance was at hand and .his horse was recovered. The lad reached home none the worse for his exciting time. He was minus his butter, but he had his cash safe, due to the fact that, prior to entering the water, he put the bag containing the cash around his neck. The residents of Racecourse-road com plain that they are completely marooned and unable to get into town, owing to there being no crossing at that parti cular spot of the Dee River which is now impassable. If they wish to come in for supplies...

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

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

CAPELLA. The monthly meeting of +-?- Capejia, branch of the C.W.A. was held in toe rest room in January. Twelve mem bers wore present. A vote of sym ?? pathy was passed to Mrs. Baker, of Mallhoid, in her recent bereavement The Capella Amateur Race Qlub hsld a meeting in aid of the Capella doctor's fund. The tea stall was conducted by the members of tba C.W.A. brancr, which handed over £7- The Cricket Club inflends to hold its annual sports meeting and the C.W.A. branch has ar ranged to take charge of ths tea stall. The Race Club and Cricket Club work ed very hard to make the C.W.A. sporW meeting last year a sucrees and ths C.W.A. is glad to have this opportu nity of showing its appreciation in a practical way. For the library books were donated by Mrs. M'Keown. Mrs. I. Donovan, a new member, was wel comed. Members were entertained at afternoon tea at Mrs. Walsh's cafe. The hostesses were Mesdames M'Keown and Ferrier. The next meeting wi- ba held on February 15th. Valma Eddy, younges...

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

CLERMONT. On Sunday there was another very successful swimming carnival and chil dren's sports at the Cheeseborough waterhole. There were a number of picnic parties on the ground. Mr. H. Neiht was the promoter and. had tna assistance of a capable and willing committee. The net proceeds were £27 15s. 3d., which went to the funds of the Peak Downs Hospital. On account of Theresa Creek bridge being covered by flood waters on Wed nesdav no southern mails arrived here, as no train ran '~**n Emerald. How pver, on Tuesday afternoon a train was despatched from ? Emerald to Canelia and brought mail matter from Capelia on Wednesday, returning again in thu afternoon. On Thursday morning it was learnt that Theresa Creek vras 0 ft. over the bridge, consequently tber~. were no trains- On Wednesday night; there seemed to be a break in thi weather, all clouds diminishing, but on Thursday morningr it was cloudy aguin and light misty showers fell at inter vals. The first mails since Tuesday arrived f...

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

TARGINNIE. The district has experienced heavy rains in the last month and the vari ous creeks have been in high flood. The unfinished state of the main road between Yarwun and Targinnie has given rise to much comment, ami J the construction of bridges over the seven creeks is urged. Targinnie, January 26, 19S0.

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