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MT. LARCOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

MT. LARCOM. ?I'nt-eltlcd wearier i?et in a few da % a ago, with no sign of clearing. Although parts of the district were looking well, it will do an immense amount of good, as places well back were showing signs of drought. J lie various committees for the t'gly Mail's competition in aid of the Ambul ance are all working hard for their re spective candidate;;. The results will not be known until Easter, so one can not forecast any decision at present. The Christinas holidays passed oil' verv (|iiietly. Very few went away this year to onjoy a whif of the briny. H has often been said that an ambul ance centre is not essential in our loca lity, but when the cases treated and the mileage travelled last week by the super intendent are taken into account this as sertion is knocked flat. For the week end there were five transports, the re spective mileages being 10,. 1, 22, 10U: and frl, and there were liv accident*, tho mileages being 26, 4-1, SO, 14, and 12. a total of 301 miles for the ...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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THEODORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

THEODORE. On Monday, December 23, the C.U'.A. entertained the children on the school grounds and a most enjoyable pro gramme was arranged. In the even ing presents were given to all children from the Christmas tree by Father Christmas (Air. L. Hideout) and the C.W.A. officials are to be congratulated upon thiJ most successful evening ot its kind held in Theodore. During the evening a sheep donated - by Messrs. M'Namee and Sons was raffled and won hy Mr. Juck Parnell. The local Ambulance conducted a dance on Boxing night and the event was ?well patronised. After numerous attempts to revive cricket in Theodore, a new club lias been formed, and the first match will be held next Sunday between the Mar ried and the Single. The following officers have been elected: — Captain, K. Sleep; vice-captain, K. Lees; secretary, J. lirady; treasurer, G. Jaqucs. On Sunday, after a most keenly fought out match, the Dawsonian Ten nis Club had to admit defeat to the Diggers by 9 games and 2 sets, pie f...

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ALPHA. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ALPHA. This district spent a very quiet Christ mas, us. the town is still suffering from the heat. The Syncopating Four Orchestra jour neyed to Jericho to play for the race ball and took all the lively spirits of the town with them. Several showers of rain have been experienced lately. Alpha, December 30, 1929.

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ISISFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ISISFORD. The festive season passed off very quietly. The shops remained opeu un til 10 p.m. on Christinas Eve and the shopkeepers were kept fairly busy. Father Christmas, of course, paid his usual visit to the ]ionu-.« and filled tue kiddies stockings; but I am sorry to say he forgot to bring the best Christ mas box, which *W«s were all looking forward to— a good downpour of raiii. but perhaps ho will send it for the New Year. On Christmas morning Maes wats cele brated at the Catholic Church by the Rev, Father Lee and was attended by an excellent congregation. On Monday night the members of the Church of England had a Christinas Tree in the Club Hall and the hall was simply packed. All the children en joyed themselves immensely and the noise they made with trumpets and whistles was enough to deafen anyone. Father Christmas was present during the evening and he must have felt very warm in his long robes, as the night Wflc; pvwmf Iniisi.llv lint On Christmas Eve the Q.C.W.A. gave a d...

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HARTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

HARTLEY. The weather took a very good change here after keeping nice aud line until after Boxing Day. Heavy raiu ieil here all day on Saturday, the 28th in stant, up till 0.30 p.m., yielding 220 points, and again on Sunday 2i)th good raiu fell in a heavy storm, giving 160 points. The total for the week-end was 386 points, the total for the year being 35.61 in. Hartley, December 30, 1929.

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MUTTABURRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

MUTTABURRA. Weather . conditions have been very favourable lately. Although no rain has ) fallen round the town, good reports have been received from up the country. Hill view liad 94 points, Maroomba 80, Culloden 90, Penlau Downs 91, Vcras tan 33, Tangoriji 10, and Antrim 210. Mrs. A. C. Hope, of Lcrida, is an in mate of the local Hospital but is pro gressing favourably. Mrs. Russell Lloyd, of Potosi, is also au inmate and is doing well. Muttaburra, December 31, 1929.

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BATTERED VESSELS. CAPE TOWN, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

BATTERED VESSELS. CAPE TOW'X, December 31. The Sutlun Hull, with a shipment of 100 cattle, returned with the stalls crushed like matchwood. The cattlemen worked desperately and none of the beasts were injured. The steamer had to battle through the return journey. The .Springbok crick eter, Ling, was one of the cattlemen. He was desperately ill and decided to abandon the trip. The motor ship Baron Dalmenv from the Gulf waters, arrived to-day: The log states she was 37 days on the jonr ney. There had been a tobacco famine lasting a week. The ship passed through a hurricane with waves 40 ft. high. . . Sunday night's hurricane tore, away the spar's. The water tank on the fore castle head was smashed down on the steel deck and all the cabins were Hooded. From Sunday morning she hove to for 24 hours. The. waster remained on the bridge throughout thu ttorm.

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ISISFORD HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ISISFORD HOSPITAL. A meeting of the IsUford Hospital Committee was held recently. There were present: — Messrs. H. G. Behan, -J. F. Horsten, W. Clarke, G. \V, idlley, J. W. Carseldine, F. A. Currie, J. J. Litzow, H. Gale, and Jas. Baker. Apolo itoes for non-attendance were received from Messrs. Taylor, Jonhston, Boyd aud Morris. Mr. H. G. Behan was voted to tbe chair. The medical officer's report was as follows: — Patients admitted in Novem ber, two males and three females; dis charged, one male and three females; patients remaining on November 30th, one male; outpatients treated during the month, 21 males, 9 females; outdoor attendances, 119 males, 39 females. TJree were admitted to the maternity wardd in the mouth and three discharged. The number of births was three. The visiting committee reported that everything was in order in the wards aud that there had been no complaints. The secretary had ? been instructed to pur chase feed for the hospital cow. The Works Committee reported...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

SPECIAL SALE EVENT BREMNER'S Be sure to visit the Store and take your share of the Special Bargains which we are offering in every part. Now is the good time to get your requirements. Good quality and keen prices await you at Bremners. SPECIALS IN DRESS SECTION. jfc . 38 inch PRINTED CREPONS, good 36 fad, prjRE IRISH UNCRUSH ? bS .. quality on white grounds, printed in ABLE LINEN. This is a splendid \SV. Stripes and Spot effect shades Pink, quality linen in shades Lemon, Helio, J JK , Brown, Saxe, Sky. Usually Sold 2/ti Green, Apricot, Ked, Sa.ve, Sky, Pink, fl'^M\ Yard. White. Usually Sold 2/3 Yard. AflK ?lS SPECIAL PRICE — 1/- Yard. SPECIAL PRICE 1/9 Yard. MW PfiSiP « i»cl» PRINTED SWISS ORGAN- mirFTVSS SATURN - rSSv sSr^O YaiS P did wear. Usually Sold 1/6 Yard JOv\\ SPECIAL PRICE 2/11 Yard. SPECIAL PRICE 1/- Yard. Jf/Vs. \V*\ 38 inch WHITE WEFT MAIDS' 36 inch COLOURED LINETTE. This JFwAjm^W \\ CLOTH. This is a splendid line for is a special line, excellent quality in I/fJgSjS l^f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

CYCLONE SPRING COIL and RING-LOCK FENCES FOR SHEEP, CATTLE, PIGS & HORSES. CHEAPER THAN ORDINARY WIRE FENCE. FULL PARllCULARS SUPPLIED ON APPLICATION. New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agracy Co. Ltd*, SOLE AGENTS. i s™ aiw shapes fm im roi I = * E ^MM^^^Mmlm ^ GOODYEAR WELTED I wkMU standard I 1 ™\ l^tttffWif/ B00TS and SH0ES- i I l'llA^^UHHMHlffjUiK/ Sold by all leadinr Storekeepers I £ lir^Lm ^^^^^^^^m'^m-l and Department Stores. Make r | VI ^^W (/?B9jf mil sure that you ask for 'standard' I i VI ^B0^m^Mfr0ZM Mil Brand first, and see taat the \ — V« ^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^w w*f TEH? £ I ISlir MVEY HALUDAY I I ^5^^^ COMPANY LIMITED, } I Brisbane — Queensland. I ^Mt«BMMMIIIIIllWI«M«U«i»W«IBMimUUIIUIUIIMIIU«tMIUIMIIIIIIMIWttllMIIIIMIimiM»tMIIMIIMIMmiUMIIIIlllllMM IIIIHT

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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. WEDDINGS OF THE WEEK. THE WEEK'S WEDDINGS. ANDERSON—AUSTIN. ROCKHAMPTON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

^iuiimiiiiiiiii ? niuiuiiiiniiiiiiiiii ? ?Hiiiu«iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiinMmiiiiiM«'mmiimim»m«ro«MMiwMitniOiiHii»Mi»»i»^ ? iiiiiiiuinwmiiimMinrj | SOCIAL JIND PERSONAL | {MiuiuuiuuiiMiiiiiiuuiiiiiMiniiiiiMi ? HiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHMiiuuMiiiiuiuHuiiiitmuHuniliiiuHiinimiiim I WEDDINGS OF THE WEEK. | 1 THE WEEK'S WEDDINGS. ANDERSON— AUSTIN. ROCKHAMPTOX, January 3. Yesterday, at y.ao a.m., at St. Paul's, Rev. Robinson solemnised the marriage of Harold, ton of Mr. Andcr&oii, o! Yeppoon, to Kdna Amelia, second dauRh ter of the late Mr. A. ,J. Austin ami Mrs. Austin, of Yeppoon. The bride, who was given away by her brother, ^!r. Jaok Austin, lookeJ charming in ivory trope de Cliino, in early Victoi-iiin snlc. with wreath and veil. Miss Stella Austin, sister of the bride, wa« bridenjiaid. Sire wore pink xoariette, in early Victorian style, trimmed with pink and blu-; roses. * Mr. F. O'ltourko wan best man. Mrs. Austin, the bride's mother, cho&:- ferey satin, trimmed ?...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

AN EARLY SHEARING shed Is this one at Chaplin Bros.' Boomera bw. tlon, 90 milec North of Cloncurty. It Is one of the farthest-distant sheep stations In Queensland.

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DERRETT—O'KEEFFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

DERRETT-O'KEEFPE. At St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Tweed Heads, on December 17th,' tho marriage of Mr. Victor George Derrett, only son of Mr. and Mrs. George Der rett, Blair Athol, Central Queensland, to Miss Gwendolyn Mary O'Keeir^, youngest daughter of Mr. T. O'Keefle, ana u»e mtc Mre. u Kccne, Ocean View, Duranbah, Tweed River, was solemnised by Rev. Father C. Hanly. Tho bride wore a frock of marietta and silk lace, with a mob cap and tullo veil, which formed a train, and was em broidered and relieved with sprays ot orange blossoms. She carried a bou quet of rosea and fraujripanni. Mise Barbara O'Keeffe (niece of tha bride) and Nell Rosenberg (Rockhamp ton, cousin of the bridegroom) were bridesmaids, and each chose shell pink crepe de Chine frocks with tulle bows at the eide, worn with pink hats trimm ed with pale blue flowers and streamer*. They carried bouquets of pink roses anil blue hydrangea tied with blue and pink ribbons. Mr. Norman Baker (Coolangatta) was best man, and Mr...

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ARNOLD—HOOG. ROCKHAMPTON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ARXOLD— EOOG. ROCKHAMPTON, January 3. Our Mt. Morgan correspondent writes: — A quiet wedding was solemn ised at St. Mary's Church of England by the Rev. Mr. Hayward, the contracting par ties being I.ena, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hoog, Upper Dee, Mt. Mor gan, and Mr. Paul Arnold, late of Mt. Morgan, but now of Mt. Isa. The brid«, who was given away by her mother, was attired in a smart walk ing costume. The wedding breakfast was held at the residence of the bride's parents, where only intimate guests 6at down to * sumptuouB repast. The honeymoon will bo spent in the South. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold's future home will be at Mt. Isa. Tho bride is a sitter of the Rev. Mr. Hoog, of the Church of England.

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WILLS—GOTTKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

WILLS— GOTTKE. A a cry pretty, but quiet wedding, was solemnised at St. Andrew's Pres byterian Church, Rockhampton, on January let, by the Rev. J. A. Hunter. The contracting parties were May, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Willis, Lake's Creak, and Alfred Gottke, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Gottke, of Frenchman's Creek. The bride was attired in white crepe de Chine and wore a wreath and veil lent by the bridegroom's eister, Mrs. A. Constable, Nerhnbera. She also carried a bouquet of white roses, ger beras, and lilies, tied with tulle and white ribbon. Miss Laura Willis attended her sis ter as bridesmaid. She wore a pale pink rayon dress and carried a pink and lemon bouquet of roses, gcrberas, and carnations, with tulle ribbon to match. Only relatives of the bride and bride groom were present. The bouquets for the bride and bridesmaids were tuaflo by Mrs. C. Miller, Lake's Creek. Tho happy couple left later by tile Mackay train, en route to their future home.

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WILLIAMS—USHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

'SYILLIAMS— USHER. On Wednesday, January 1st, a woiT ding of interest to a large circle of i friends was solemnised by the Kev. R. Smith at 'Fern Hill Orchard,' Bogantungau, the residence of the bride's parents, when Ivy Edith, eld est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Usher, waB married to Brio Cecil youngest son of Mr. /tnd Mrs. W. 'Williams, of Hill-street, liedron, BrU KaitA The bride, who was given awty by ber father, looked charming in a gawti of heavy white crepe de ChiM, madu ?with scalloped hip yolk and forming an uneven hemline. The ekirt was composed of two flouacos of silk lace, the lower flounce being scalloped. A Urge bntterfly bow of the material, with a diamante claep, ornamented the left hip. A pleated tulle toaddreat banded round the forehead with orange blossom and buds and an embroidered nilk tulle veil lent by Mrs. N. Knovriea, Emerald, were also worn. She carried a beautiful bouquet composed of shaeU daisies, carnations, asters and roses, with long tulle streamer!...

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MRS. JAMES ROBERTSON. ROCKHAMPTON, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

MRS. JAMES ROBERTSON. ROCKHAMPTON, January 4. Word was received Jn Rocklmroptaii yesterday morning of the death of Mrs. James Roberteon, a very old identity of Maryborough. She- was mother of the late Mr. W. H. Rdbertson, manager of the Q.N. Bank at Rockhampton ; Mr. Muir Robertson, formerly AuditorGen eral of Queensland ; Dr. R. Roberlsou, of Childers ; and Dr. J. C. Robertson, of Macquaxie-&trect, Sydney - Mrs. M. Farquhar, of Sydney ; Mrs. R. Daw eoo, of Maryborough ; and Mi»s A. C. Robertson, of Maryborough, 'the it ceased, had 6lie lived until Wednesday next, would have attained the age ot 08 years. Youngest daughter of Mr. r.nd Mrs. A. W.. Moloney, Rock, hamptwi, Mlts Alice Moloney, whose marriage to Mr. Kevin 8. Brady, w«« celebrated at St. Paul's Cathedral on Dsoem* ber 20. (Photo 'by Studios Ltd.).

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GLADSTONE MEATWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

GLADSTONE MEATWORKS. The 35th annual report of the Glad stone M?at works of Queensland, Ltd., shows for the year to SeptemDer 30 a balance at profit and loss account of £5336 after covering all normal expen diture and £-2288 for depreciation. The gross profits from slaughtering, freez-. ing, boiling depar'tmsnt, etc.. and trad ing accounts amounted to £7546, aud £23,860 (less dividend No. 20, £5857) was brought in. Under the head of lia bilities the following items appear: Trade and other creditors, £20,307; Commercial Bank of Sydney, Gladstone, £59,823. Capital paid up is £39,047, reserv-a fund £-K),024, and taxation re serve £4016. Assets at £188,355 include land, improvements, jetty, etc, £16,S8'J buildings, £53,992; engines, machinery, etc., £40,715; goods in store, 6tock in trade, etc., £20,795; and debts due tr- tin company £48,454. The report says: — 'The season was late — operations were commenced on March 12, and con cluded on July 31 — the number of cat tle treated was 29,...

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MRS. JAMES COASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

MRS. JAMES COASE. The many friends ot the late Mrs. James Couse will regret to learn of her eudden death, which occurred at her, daughter's residence at Gavial Park, Rockliampton, on December 25th. Tho deceased was born in Gaynduh in 1S0S and was married in Gladstone, wherj her. home was for many yeavs. Mrs. Coase also resided at Glaspford Creek and Many.Peak6, where she carried out the duties of Sunday school teacher and wan held in the highest esteem. For the past 11 years her home was in Alt Larcom. TJte deceased was burled in Gladstone, alongside of three little one* ' who predeceased her, and she leaves a husband, four daughter?, and a son to mourn their loss.

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CAPELLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

CAPELLA. At the l'olice Court, Capella, during tho f.JjiifctJiias festivities, before Mr. G. I). Kittle, J.P., William Knuston, on a charge of drunkenness, was convicted and discharged. Louis Barry, on charges of drunkenness and obscene lan guage was convicted, John White was convicted and discharged for drunken ness ; Louis Barry, on a further charge of drunkenness, was fined 10s., in de fault, 48 jiours in the lockup. Mick Woods and Thomas Monaghan, better known as Killarney, each forfeited 10s. aud 5s. bail respectively on charges ot drunkenness. W. J. M'Dsvitt and Dan Kenna, on charges of drunkenness were convicted and discharged. Stock movements, for which permits were issued by the local acting inspector for Dccemoer comprised 180 wethers, Humberstone to Rockhampton, Mr. G. Martin, owner j 1300 mixed sheep, Glen. Gordon to Cbernside, Mr. L. P. O'Brien owner ; Capella to Belcong, Mr. F. EL Norton owner ; 25 steers, Lawrence to Clermont. Mr. T*. P. O'Brien owner ? '112 wethers, ...

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