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TitleThe Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 29, no. 3 (December 1929)
EditorEvans, John J., 1861-1944
PublisherJohn J. Evans, Sr.
Place of PublicationSt. John's, NL
DescriptionThe Star of Bethlehem [illustration] -- Christmas memories and New Year anticipations / Alex. A. Parsons -- "Madonna della sedia, " by Raphael [illustration] -- A child's Christmas / Brian O'Higgins -- The king of all birds : lore and legends of the wren / Sean Mac Giollarnath -- The new road from Robinson's Hill to Mount Carmel, built last winter [illustration] -- Field of Irish cobbler potatoes at C. of E. orphanage farm [illustration] -- The sage / John Milton Smither -- "They that go down to the sea" / E. W. B. -- Progress at Buchans Mine, Newfoundland -- Panorama of Buchans taken November, 1928 : Mill, mine shaft and staff buildings ; Residences and Town Hall ; Storage and government building ; Residences and churches [illustrations] -- Earthquake and tidal wave disaster -- Extracts from the daily papers on the earthquake and tidal wave disaster -- Our Christmas - and theirs / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Comforted / G. M. S. -- Sergt. Ricketts, V.C., returns home -- Aeroplanes promise to restore the greatness of Mesopotamia : the air route to India, China and Australia based on line along the Euphrates Valley ; lands desolate for ages may be revived / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- Urban F. Diteman seated in his monoplane "Golden Hind, " at Lester's Field [illustration] -- Drying fish at Messrs. Job Brothers & Co., Ltd. [illustration] -- Landing and culling fish at Messrs. Baine, Johnston & Co. [illustration] -- British seaplane [illustration] -- Bringing fish to the Prairies : Lord Morris in the "Daily Mail" writes on a chance for British settlement in Newfoundland, and reviving an industry that employed 30, 000 men -- S.S. "Imogene" (owned by Bowring Brothers, Ltd., St. John's, Nfld.) [illustration] -- Councillors elected December 9th, 1929 [portraits, including : Andrew G. Carnell, Jonas C. Barter, James R. Chalker, Ernest St. Clair Churchill, John P. Kelly, Charles W. Ryan] -- Cape Broyle Harbour : one of our principal bait supplying stations [illustration] -- The dry dock, St. John's, Newfoundland : re-built in 1926 [illustration] -- Topsail Hill [illustration] -- "The Beamer, " Flat Rock, ten miles from St. John's [illustration] -- Portugal Cove, Conception Bay [illustration] -- Drying fish at Baine, Johnston & Co's. premises [illustration] -- Chas. J. Howlett, D.D.S. : Mayor-Elect -- S.S. "Beothic" (owned by Job Brothers & Co., Ltd.) [illustration] -- Christmas joy and pain / Bertille Tobin -- The last words of Clemenceau / Henry Polk Lowenstein -- Partners / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- St. Bonaventure's College, St. John's [illustration] -- United Church College, United Church (Scotch Kirk), Long's Hill [illustration] -- Loading pulp and paper at Botwood, Newfoundland [illustration] -- On the Exploits River [illustration] -- Entrance to South-West Arm, Trinity [illustration].
SubjectNewfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals
Physical Description52 p. : ill.
NoteIndexed in: Newfoundland Periodical Article Bibliography.
LocationCanada--Newfoundland and Labrador
Time Period20th Century
Journal DetailsThe Newfoundland Quarterly (1901-present) began publication when the province was still an independent country, founder John J. Evans describing it as "a literary magazine of interest to Newfoundlanders at home and abroad." Geared to a general audience, it is the island's oldest magazine and the second oldest magazine published in Canada. It provides an invaluable forum for the publication of work by Newfoundland writers, artists and photographers. The magazine features articles on Newfoundland history and culture, interviews and biographies, literature and literary criticism including book reviews. Advertisements are included in the issues before 1983. Since 1966 the Newfoundland Quarterly has also included Aspects, a publication of the Newfoundland Historical Society.
Resource TypePeriodical
FormatImage/jpeg; Application/pdf
Record NumberCNS-NQ0056
CollectionCentre for Newfoundland Studies - The Newfoundland Quarterly
RepositoryMemorial University of Newfoundland. Libraries. Centre for Newfoundland Studies
SourcePrint text held in the Centre for Newfoundland Studies.
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