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SCHOLARSHIPS. SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES. LILLEY GOLD MEDAL. At the recent examination for State scholarships 2451 candidates sat, of whom 1237 were successful. The conditions provide for the granting of a scholarship to each candidate who gains not less than 50 percent of the total number of marks. The scholarships entitle the holders to free education in any approved secondary school in the State, and are tenable during good behaviour and the pleasure of Parliament for a period of two years and a half from July 1, 1921. They may, however, be extended for two years provided that the holder secure an approved pass in the Queensland University Junior Public Examination. In addition to free tuition, allowances at the rate specified will be paid to every scholarship holder, the income of whose parents does not exceed £156 per annum, or £30 per annum per member of family: — Holders of two-and-a-half year and four-and-a-half year scholarships, who must live away from home to attend a secondary school, £30 per annum; holders of two-and-a-half year and four-and-a-half year scholarships, who can live at home and attend a secondary school, £12 per annum. Details of the marks of each candidate will be supplied through the head teacher. The Lilley Gold Medal, which is awarded annually to the candidate who gains the highest place in the Scholarship Examination, has been won by Edna Davies, who secured first place in order of merit in the examination, with 87.1 per cent of the maximum marks. In the case of scholarship holders who intend taking out their scholarships at the State High School in Brisbane the following should be noted:— Those desirous of preparing for the ordinary Junior Public Examination of the Queensland University should attend at the Brisbane High School, late Junior State High School, corner of Edward and Adelaide streets. Those desirous of entering upon the course for the Commercial Junior Public Examination of the Queensland University, or the Domestic Science course or the vocational school course at the Central Technical College should interview the supervisor of the respective courses. The following is a list of the names of the successful candidates in the respective centres:— . . . R. M. Kay, L. V. Kelly, G. F. Kelso, V. F. Kenna, P. T. Kennedy,[1]

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JUNIOR PUBLIC. SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES. 59.5 Per Cent Passes In Full Exam. In connection with the junior public examination held in November last, 1220 candidates submitted entries — 1209 for a full range of subjects for a junior or a junior commercial certificate, and 11 for a limited number of subjects for other than certificate purposes. Owing to illness or other reasons 14 candidates did not sit. The number unable to sit this year on account of illness was no higher (in fact, slightly less) than in previous years. Of the 1195 candidates who actually sat for the full examination, 713 (or approximately 59.5 per cent) have been successful in fulfilling the requirements for a junior or for a junior commercial certificate. Nine other candidates gained passes in a limited number of subjects for which they sat. Public Service Candidates. The junior examination is used as the examination of candidates for admission to the State Public Service. The results obtained by candidates for this purpose have been duly furnished by the University to the Public Service Commissioner's Department, and the names of the successful candidates will doubtless be announced by that department in the course of a few days. Student Teachership. The junior examination also constitutes the test for candidates competing for student-teacherships or junior scholarships to the Teachers' Training College. The results of the candidates who sat for the examination for these purposes have been supplied to the Department of Public Instruction. Extension Scholarships. State scholarship holders who secure an "approved" pass in the junior public examination become entitled to an extension of their scholarships for a further period of two years — thus enabling them to proceed to the senior public examination. When entering for the recent junior examination 576 scholarship holders intimated their desire to obtain extension scholarships; the results show that 352 have fulfilled the requirements therefor. The extension scholarships are awarded by the Department of Public Instruction. The Byrnes Medal. The Thomas Joseph Byrnes memorial medal is awarded annually to the candidate who, sitting for the junior public examination for the first time, fulfils the conditions prescribed for a junior public examination certificate and at the same time obtains the highest aggregate number of marks in nine approved subjects. The medal for 1923 has been secured by James Charles Mahoney, Christian Brothers' College, South Brisbane, who is found to have obtained the highest number of marks yet gained by any candidate since the medal has been awarded by the University of Queensland. James Brunton Stephens Essay Prize. The subject of the James Brunton Stephens' essay prize for 1923 was "The Wealth of Queensland." This prize has been gained by Violet Pryke, who entered for the examination as a "Private Study" candidate. Subjects Represented by Numerals. In the following list, the several subjects are represented by numerals as follows:— (1) English, (2) French, (3) German, (4) Latin, (5) Greek, (6) Arithmetic, (7) Algebra, (8) Geometry, (9) English History, (10) Geography, (11) Chemistry, (12) Physics, (13) Geology, (14) Botany, (15) Physiology, (16) Freehand Drawing, (17) Geometrical Drawing, and perspective, (18) Music, (19) Bookkeeping and Business Methods, (20) Stenotyping, and (21) Domestic Science. The abbreviation (C.C. only) entered at the end of a candidate's results indicates that the candidate has qualified for a junior commercial certificate only (in other words he did not qualify also for an ordinary junior public examination certificate); the abbreviation (C.C. also) indicates that the candidate has qualified for a junior commercial certificate in addition to the ordinary junior public examination certificate. The abbreviation (C.R.C.C.) indicates that the candidate previously passed the junior public examination, and took certain subjects at this examination in order to qualify for a junior commercial certificate. SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES. The names of the successful candidates are as follow:— BRISBANE CENTRE. . . . Brisbane State High School.— . . . V. F. Kenna, 1P, 6P, 7P, 8P, 12M; [2]

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EXTENSION SCHOLARSHIPS. JUNIOR PUBLIC EXAMINATION RESULTS. The Junior Public examination constitutes the test by the passing of which the holders of State scholarships in secondary schools become entitled to the extension of those scholarships to enable them to proceed with their education to the Senior Public examination standard. In order to qualify for an extension scholarship a candidate (necessarily the holder of a State scholarship) must pass in not less than five subjects, including at least one subject with merit, or, in not fewer than six subjects if none of the passes be with merit. The number of scholarship holders who were successful in fulfilling the special requirements above mentioned was 352, namely, 212 males, and 140 females. The names of the successful candidates are as follows:— Two Years from January 1, 1924:— Males.— . . . . V. F. Kenna, State High School, Brisbane; [3]

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RADIO TOPICS. . . . By "LISTENER" Written for "The Telegraph" . . . WOOLOOWIN RADIO CLUB. The bimonthly meeting of the Wooloowin Radio Club was held at headquarters on Monday, January 26. Mr. V. F. Kenna delivered a very interesting lecturette on "Transformers." The able manner in which he treated it and the lucid way in which he explained a very technical subject was greatly appreciated by all present. These lecturettes and debates are becoming very popular with the members, and are both interesting and instructive. The club wishes to remind all interested in wireless that Mr. A. Jackson, junior, will deliver a lecture, illustrated by lantern slides, entitled "Electricity and Magnetism for the Beginners in Wireless" at the Guild Hall, Wellington street, Wooloowin, on Monday, February 16. There will be no charge for admission, and all interested are cordially invited to attend.[4]

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WIRELESS NOTES AND NEWS. BY "ANODE." . . . WOOLOOWIN RADIO CLUB. The following syllabus, extending from April 1 to October 1, has been issued by the Wooloowin Radio Club. The item and date are selected by the chairman at a current meeting from the following:— (1) Impromptu night. (2) Lecture, "A" batteries, by J. P. Love. (3) Debate, 2BL v. 2FC. (4) Lecture, "Aerial and Earth Systems," by F. Williams. (5) Lecture, by H. Jiear. (6) Lecture, "B" batteries, by J. P. Love. (7) Debate, "Wireless Weekly" v. "Radio." (8) Lecture, "Audio Frequency," by H. Kington. (9) Lecture, "Condensers," by V. F. Kenna. (10) Examination evening. (11) Lecture, by D. Homan. (12) Lecture, "How to Wire a Set," by D. Homan. There is also Morse practice each evening for 15 minutes under the leadership of C. Stephenson. As previously notified through the Press the meetings of this club are now held each Thursday evening (formal meetings on the second and fourth Thursdays) at the club's new headquarters, in the residence of Mr. G. W. Jiear, Lisson Grove, Wooloowin. At the meeting held on 16th instant a very satisfactory attendance of members was noted. The secretary (Mr. H. A. Jiear) reported that arrangements were almost finalised for the acceptance of the club's transmitting license, approval having been given by the authorities in Melbourne some weeks earlier, and details of the proposed transmitting panel were brought up for the consideration of the meeting. A start will be made on the actual construction next Thursday night, and the club takes this opportunity of expressing its appreciation of the action of those members who have intimated their intention of supplying sundry component parts. A letter of congratulation has been sent to the newly formed Nambour Radio Club, offering any assistance that the Wooloowin Radio Club may be able to render. During the evening, Mr. V. F. Kenna gave an excellent lecture on "The Theory of Condensers." Leading the meeting through the various stages of the use of condensers from the earliest experiments with Leyden jars and Franklin pane types Mr. Kenna showed, without introducing technicalities, how a condenser is used in wireless and line telegraphy, and gave a very interesting outline of the manner in which condensers are used in the Brisbane telephone systems. At the close of his remarks Mr. Kenna was kept busy answering questions asked by the various club members, who evinced considerable interest in the details of the lecture. After the lecture the usual Morse practice was carried out for 20 minutes, and a satisfactory increase in reading speed was noticeable amongst the members. Intending members are invited to address their inquiries to Mr. H. A. Jiear, hon. secretary Wooloowin Radio Club, Lisson Grove, Wooloowin.[5]

RADIO TOPICS. Doings of the Amateurs Logging Distant Stations. Written for "The Telegraph." By "LISTENER." . . . WOOLOOWIN RADIO CLUB. The usual meeting of the Wooloowin Radio Club was held in the club room at the residence of Mr. Jiear, Lissen Grove, Wooloowin, last Thursday night. Mr. C. Stephenson presided in the absence of the president (Mr. H. Kingston [sic, Kington]). Mr. V. Kenna, handled the first item on the new syllabus, namely, a lecturette on the history and construction of condensers, and their use in wireless telegraphy and telephony. This was followed by Morse practice for a quarter of an hour. For the instruction of each member a list of abbreviations and procedure used in amateur transmissions was distributed. The construction work on the club's new transmitter is well advanced. The club meets every Thursday, and the club room is always open to members. An invitation is extended to all wireless enthusiasts to visit the club room and to become members. Following is the syllabus for the next six months. (1) impromptu night; (2) lecture on "A" butteries. by Mr. J. P. Love; (3) debate, 2BL v. 2FC.; (4) lecture on aerial and earth systems by Mr. F. Williams; (5) lecture by Mr. H. Jiear; (6) lecture on "B" batteries by Mr. J. P. Love; (7) debate, "Wireless Weekly" v. Radio; (8) lecture, "Audio Frequency Amplification," by K. Kington; (9) lecture on condensers by Mr. V. F. Kenna; (10) examination evening; (11) lecture by Mr. D. Homan; (12) lecture, "How to wire a set," by Mr. D. Homan. [6]

WOOLOOWIN RADIO CLUB, BRISBANE. The club met at its headquarters on 23rd instant. In the absence of the president on business in North Queensland, Mr. V. F. Kenna occupied the chair, and the attendance was excellent. One application for membership was approved. Two further applications are promised for next meeting and the roll of members is reaching very satisfactory proportions. Mr. C. Stephenson described the manner in which the proposed transmitter was to be constructed. Two subcommittees were formed, one to attend to the construction of the transmitting panel, and the other to construct the necessary helix and attendant parts. The question of the manufacture of satisfactory rectifying and smoothing gear was left in abeyance until a power point has been installed in the club room. Meanwhile thanks were expressed to members who had kindly offered their Philco and Dutho batteries as a temporary source of plate current. The usual 15 minutes' morse practice was carried out, under the supervision of Mr. C. Stephenson. Nest meeting, 30th instant. Inquiries should be addressed to Mr. H. A. Jiear, hon. secretary, Wooloowin Radio Club, Lisson Grove, Wooloowin.[7]

F. T. Matthews still holds 4FK callsign

AUSTRALIAN EXPERIMENTERS. LICENSED TRANSMITTERS. Below are given details of wireless experimenters in Tasmania who have been granted transmitting licences: . . . QUEENSLAND. . . . 4FK, F. T. Matthews, 57 Annie-street, New Farm.[8]

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WIRELESS BY LOUD SPEAKER. . . . Wooloowin Radio Club. A good number attended the weekly meeting of the Wooloowin Radio Club last Thursday night, when Messrs, Grant, Love, and Kenna, to whom have been alloted the job of making the helix, etc., for the club transmitter, reported good progress, and expect to be able to present it to the club by next meeting night. All apparatus required for the club transmitter has been loaned or given by members. A quarter of an hour was spent in the usual Morse practice. The address of the secretary, Mr. H. A. Jiear, is Lissen-grove, Wooloowin, from whom any information regarding the club may be obtained.[9]

CLUB ACTIVITIES. . . . WOOLOOWIN RADIO CLUB, BRISBANE. On 28th instant the club considered the report of its delegates to the South Brisbane Radio Club in connection with the coming interclub debate. The delegates' actions were confirmed, and the two club will meet at the Wooloowin Guild Hall Wellington-street next Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock. The subject is, "That this meeting considers that the interests of the average Queensland listener-in would be better served by the appointment of a committee of business men to control station 4QG rather than by leaving such control to the State Government." Members of all radio clubs in the metropolitan area are invited to be present. Mr. W. Finney (ex-Radio Inspector) will adjudicate. The meeting occupied itself with a series of impromptu speeches and the efforts caused great amusement, intensified by the sudden explosion of the acetylene lamp in the middle of the table. Of the speeches, Mr. Ryan's peroration on "Eggs," Mr. Kenna's on "Jazz Garters," Mr. C. Stephenson's on "Nothing," and Mr. Kington's on "Where the Flies go in Winter Time" were the most humorous; while of the more serious type those by Mr. Jiear on "Nails," Mr. Love on "Cheerfulness," Mr. Graham on "Beauty," and Mr. Grant on "Smoking" were well received. A vote was recorded by all members, and resulted:— Grant, 1; Kington and Kenna, 2; Jiear, 3. At the meeting on June 11 Mr. Love will lecture on "A Batteries." Inquiries relative to club matters should be addressed to Mr. H. A. Jiear, hon. secretary, Lisson Grove, Wooloowin.[10]

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CLUB ACTIVITIES. . . . WOOLOOWIN RADIO CLUB. At the weekly meeting on the 2nd instant two new members were welcomed. The secretary reported that arrangements had been made for the club to visit the Ipswich Radio Society's meeting on 15th instant. The majority of members present signified their intention of making the trip. It was reported that the club had applied to the Windsor Show Committee for a room at the coming show. the club intended to again stage an exhibit on the same lines as that of last year. A neat club badge of unique design was approved and would shortly be available for members. Last meeting was an "Open Discussion" night. One group discussed the winding of low loss coils, while their confreres considered the merits of De Forest valves. Mr. C. Stephenson manipulated the Morse key for the instruction of a third group. Later in the evening Mr. Kenna secured a pair of long-focus lenses and an eyepiece and with the aid of a clothes prop, improvised an astronomical telescope and gave members an opportunity of viewing the mountains of the moon. Mr. Kenna's experiment was greatly appreciated. Next Thursday night a debate will be held between teams headed by Messrs. Ryan and Faber. Inquiries from new members are welcomed, and should be addressed to the Hon. Secretary (Mr. H. A. Jiear), Wooloowin Radio Club, Lisson Grove, Wooloowin.[11]

WOOLOOWIN RADIO CLUB. The monthly business meeting of the Wooloowin Radio Club was held last Thursday night. Among the correspondence received was a letter from the Ipswich Radio Society, with reference to the proposed visit of this club, stating that it would not be suitable to receive members on the date mentioned on account of the absence of the president. It was decided to postpone the visit till the return of their president on July 23. The secretary reported that the Wireless Institute at the instance of the Wooloowin Club had decided to hold an all clubs night in August next, when the wireless film, "The Wizardry of Wireless," and supporting attractions would be shown. The social committee reported that arrangements had been made to hold a social and dance in the Guild Hall, Wooloowin, on July 23. Invitations will be forwarded to all nearby radio clubs. Arrangements have been made to stage an exhibit at the forthcoming Windsor Show, the same as last year, by which it is hoped the interest of the people of the district in this club will be aroused. The annual meeting will take place early in August. One new member was enrolled. The remainder of the evening was devoted to a debate between teams, consisting of Messrs. C. Ryan, V. Kenna, B. Homan, and W. Faber, R. Beatson, and H. Stephenson, which was won by the former by a substantial majority.[12]

WOOLOOWIN CLUB. MANY ACTIVITIES. At the monthly business meeting a letter was received from the Ipswich Radio Society with reference to the proposed visit of this club. It was decided to postpone the visit till the return of the Ipswich president on July 23. A letter was read from the president of Wooloowin club (Mr. H. Kington), at present in North Queensland on business. He stated that good receptions were made of all Australian broadcasting stations and 4AE Wireless Institute, also two Japanese broadcasting stations had been received. The secretary reported that the Wireless Institute, at the instance of the Wooloowin club, had decided to hold an "all clubs" night in August, when the wireless film, "The Wizardry of Wireless," and supporting attractions would be shown. The social committee reported that arrangements had been made to hold a social and dance in the Guild Hall, Wooloowin, on July 23. Invitations will be forwarded to all nearby radio clubs. Arrangements have been made to stage an exhibit of wireless gear at the forthcoming Windsor show, the same as last year, by which it is hoped the interest of the public of the district will be aroused. The annual meeting of the club takes place early in August. The remainder of the evening was devoted to a debate between teams consisting of Messrs. C. Ryan, V. Kenna, B. Homan, and W. Faber, R. Beatson, and H. Stephenson, which, was won by the former by a substantial majority. The next meeting takes place on Thursday, 16th instant.[13]

AMONG THE CLUBS. . . . WOOLOOWIN. At the monthly meeting of the Wooloowin Club held Iast Thursday, there was a large attendance of members. One new member was enrolled. Because of the fact that the date originally fixed for a visit to the Ipswich Club was inconvenient to the country organisation, its president anticipating his absence from the coal city on that date. It was decided to fix the visit for July 23. Mr. H. Kingston, president of the Wooloowin Club, is at present in North Queensland, and he has been carrying out experiments on a three-valve set. He reports good reception of all Australian broadcasting stations, inclusive of 4AE (Wireless Institute), and also two Japanese broadcasting stations. The secretary of the club reports that the Wireless Institute, at instance of the Wooloowin Club, has decided to hold an "all clubs' night" in August, when the film "The Wizardry of Wireless" will be shown. The Social Committee report that arrangements have been made to hold a social and dance in the Guild Hall, Wooloowin, on July 23. Invitations will be forwarded to all nearby radio clubs. Arrangements have been made to stage an exhibit of wireless gear at the forthcoming Windsor Show by which it is hoped to arouse further public interest. The annual meeting of the club will be held early in August, when all wireless enthusiasts of the district are expected to attend. At the last meeting a debate took place between teams consisting of Messrs. C. Ryan, V. Kenna, B. Homan, and W. Faber, R. Beaston, and H. Stephenson. The first mentioned won by a substantial majority. The next meeting of the club will be held tomorrow night, when visitors and intending members will be welcome. Inquiries should be addressed to the hon. secretary, Mr. H. Jiear, Lisson Grove, Wooloowin.[14]

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AMONG THE CLUBS. WOOLOOWIN. The first annual meeting of the Wooloowin Radio Club was held last Thursday at the club room in Mr. G. W. Jiear's residence, Lisson Grove, Wooloowin. There was a very good attendance of members. The president (Mr. H. Kingston [sic, Kington]) delivered his report, in which he spoke of the progress which the club had made during its existence, and the enthusiasm that had always been shown by members. The secretary, in his report, gave an outline of the club's doings in the past, and stated that the committee and officers had experienced a very busy year, but they could look back on what had been done with pleasure. If the good support was given by members in the future, still more interesting events could be arranged and much greater things accomplished for the advancement of the science of wireless. The treasurer's statement showed that the club had cash assets amounting to £10, together with gear to the value of another £25. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Patron, Mr. H. McCallum; president, H. Kingston; vice-presidents, J. Smith (of Harringtons Limited), W. A. Jolly, J. Love, sen., G. W. Jiear; hon. secretary, H. Jiear; hon. treasurer, J. P. Love, jun.; committee, C. J. Grant, V. Kenna, Mr. H. F. Coffey, c/o Pinkenba radio station, is to be approached and asked to accept the position of hon. technical adviser to the club; technical committee, C. W. Stephenson, A. Buck. The president issued invitations to members to be present at an evening to be held at his residence on Thursday evening, August 20. There will not be another meeting of this club until Thursday, August 27, on account of the all clubs' night and the president's evening falling on the previous meeting nights. All interested are invited to pay the club a visit, or communicate with the socretary, Mr. H. A. Jiear. [15]

F. T. Mathews still holds 4FK callsign

QUEENSLAND AND NEW GUINEA TRANSMITTING LICENSES. . . . 4FK Mathews, F. T., 57 Annie-st., New Farm. [16]

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2021[edit]

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2022[edit]

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2023[edit]

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2024[edit]

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