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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

HARDY BROS. LIMITED, Jewellers. 1 liSB^I^rafiHi A Delightful selection ^^^I^^^^^H ! H^^^HHHlB^ Fitted - Luncheon J^^^^^^^^^H n|^H|^^BHr and Motor Cases for tJ^^^^^^^^^^^^L I ^HHBSB^^V the Motor Picnic. ^IH^^^^^^^^r I A 2101. -%' A 2102. ' ' Luncheon Basket, lined and fitted complete for six Ltuicieon Case, suitcase style, containing t&rfcs, tea- . I persons. Contains forks, teaspoons, rustless knives, apoons, rustless knives, enamel plates, china cupB and ... II ? enamel plates, china cups and saucer, 2 white china 6aucer6, two aluminium tins, aluminium salt & pepper 1 food container, 2 1-pint thermos flasks, 1 wicker- ,,cx€g wickcr.COTered bottle, aluminium tumblers, two ? overed^ bottle, 1 butter jar and receptacle for seni- ^.^ ^^ ^^ two ^^ food c-ontainerE. Size 27 x 12$ x 9i inches. Size 25 x 15 x-7 inches. £11/10/-. ? ««?'? i Both ai to utility of fitting* and variety of design the array of Luncheon and Motor Cases to be \ Jl ? viewed at the Showrooai of Hardy ...

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BOOK CLUB BOOK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

{& iH BOOK CLUB. 'G.B.C..' — The nine short stories written by Sapper aa-] collected in book form, taking its name from the first, 'The Saving Clause,' presents an interesting study in the different angles at -which one perscn can view life — and present it to the reading public. Taken on tli3 whole, this collection of stories savours little of the Sapper we learn to know in the Bulldog Drummond series, save for that one entitled 'The Horror of Staveley Grange.' Tliat is indeed the true Sapper writing — Mr. Robert Mansford having made his fortune in Australia returns to England and buys Staveley Grange which has quite suddenly and somewhat mysteriously been placed on the market by its former owner. Eventually it becomes known that this former owner's wife had been wakened one night by something dreadful in tier room, and a shining skinny hand iad touched her, and she refused to live there. The Mansfords laugh at the story, but first Mr. Mansford and then his eldest son, Tern...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

! \iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiMiiiiiimiiiiiiii»i»'''«»'in-''''»iM'ii'i'iitiiiiimiiMmr»«ifimminiMniMitniiiiiiiinnMHiui«-i £12,000 IN PRIZES, 2 Firsts, 2 Seconds. Still Going Strong. Sold 2nd Prize 201 Art Union. i Golden Casket. Tickets: .1. for 6/-, 2 for 1 1/6, 3 for 1 7/3. HOBART EVERY MAIL. Tickets: 1 for 6/5, 2 for 12/3, 3 for 18/3. Owen Daniel WILLIAM STREET ? ROCKHAMPTON. rm. — r...|fVT,.,....~...»...........iinimiuiiimiiurininmnn»liin ? niiiiiitntiiuiiiitiiinniiumiiitimn-iii»inin- MARTIN RYAN, TANKS ? ffANia Made out of the best 24 Gauge Iron, Flat Back and O.G. Spouting, Down pipes, Enamel Bates and Sinks, Gal ranlied Iron Baton in Frame, Corn* , gated Iron. All sizes in stock. 'Phone 31 EAST STREET. Box 24?, ? '- ?. r ' S ' REFRESHING! 'j ^ j Ijrf, RESTFJUlS j I j Spii^SDilMBER j i ?hMBW 3)aby'* btat frteni : i ^^flSflW *«rt»W teething time fa j ^jp(i Fisher's Teething { i | , Powders. ! (yJ^HB first great trial in ' iO babies' life is teething time, with its feverish { pain,...

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Nature Students [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

[?] J.M.G. : During some seasons th* bush teems with the various species of quail, whilst at other times it is very hard to find one in a long day'-s ride. Quail shooting is a favourite sport with many people, but one re quires a good dog — setter or pointer. It also requires a quirk eya and a good shot to get them. Many snarers have played at catching quail with their hands at night with a 'possum light. ,It is not very hard to do because the quail are blinded by the dazzling light. There oro many species of qiiail and the female is usually the largei of tho two. The fact that quail liavn only three toes has often led to disputes. There is, how-aver, ons species ivJiicli has the rear or hind toy veil developed, it is called the AusiiT.Hau plain wanderer. PvOSlE O'GRADY : ' Roljo Bunting ' asks^wiiat is the furthest distance any one has soen wood thrown by lightning ? Three years last New Years Eve a dry blue gum was struck in onu of tur ./? _1 1 _ TT ? 1 ? J i 1 * *? I ueuui. very ...

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LITERARY GEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

LITSKAR7 GtlvIS. 'KOMKO.'— A poem that appeals to me very much is Kilping's ''If.' I think this is a fascinating poem. Other favourites of mine, are: — 'Not Understood,' 'Understood.' and 'Life, a Game of Cards.' 'W.H.W.'— This is a great favour ite of mine: — Grow old along with me, the best is yet to be; The last of life alone for which the first was made. Our times are in his hand who saith, 'A whole I planned'; Youth shows but half, trust God, see all, nor be afraid. — Author Unknown.

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LONGREACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

LONGREACH. At 9 wettig of $0 EmTw league had agreed on a picnic to be held at Picnio Point. ? £-cnnite arratiiieiiicnt* were made for ft big day, and 22 officials Were appointed. The Bandmaster (Mr. F. Wedd) pre sented his report to a nidetirig of the Town Band com ml tee arid stated that the bund had had a busy time attend ing to engagements. Satisfaction was expressed at the manner in which the bandsmen attended to their duties. TJic financial position vac considered satis factory. The President and secretary were authorised to continue negotiations with a Liberty Fair Show in regard to *. benefit. A vote of thanks was passed to Mr. Hunter Brown for his gift of 1 valuable pipe to the committee to be diiposed of in a,id of the funds. Th'6 members and adherents of the Nongreacn rre»uyienan Kim gaiueieu after church serice to say farewell to Dr. and Mrs. Frseer and to make a small presentation to the doctor. Tlio minister, in making the presentation, eulogised the doctor's Work in Lo...

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FARM AND FIELD. SHOW DATES. FOR 1930. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

\~~FARM AND ~FIELD7~~\ SHOW DATES. FOR 1930. The following show dates for 1930 have been approved by Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies:— FEBRUARY. Stanthorpe 5 — 7. Killarney February 28 and March 1st. MARCH. | Allora 5 — C. Clifton 12— 1 a. ** Tanuy morel J5. Goondiwindi 20 — 21. Warwick 25 — 2S. Toowooniba MarcJi 31st aud Ann) 3rd. Al'BIL. Oakey 11. Dalby 8—9. Miles 10. Chinchilla 22—23. MAY. Oooiubungee 2. Tarooni 5—7. ttoonah 7 — 8. Roma J3— 14. Gayndah 14 — 15. Ipswich 20—23. Kilkivan 21—22. Biggendcn 22 — 23. Maryborough 27 — SO. JUNE. Marburg 3. Lowood 13 — 14. Gladstone IS— 10. Mt. Lareouj 20— 21. Rockhampton 25 — ??.$. JULY. Mackay 1—3. (Jatton 9—10. Townsville fl— 10. Rosewood 18 — 19. Caboolture 17—18. Nainbour 23 — 24. JEsk 25—20. Maleny 30—31. AUGUST. Royal National Association 11—16. Crow's tfest 27— 28. SEPTEMBER. Beenleigh 19—20. Rockica 27. The Royal Agricultural, Show at H arrogate, Vorkshlre, 1929.— Belted Gallow?' Heifer 'Gatmore Helen 1st.' Lt.-Comman...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

'Herald' Tips For Saturday. Rockhampton, Brisbane, And Sydney . ACCEPTANCES for the Anniver sary race meetings do not fall due until after this paper has gone to Press. But from those at present eligible to start a winner or two may come from the following: — '.J.C. Races. Secoud Division. JEMAVAL or LINATHUL. Third Division. FINLAND'S OilFT or ZEMIDAR. Fourth Division. MONTOUREE or BERSERKER STAR. Fifth Division. MISS GHELUM or WOLOWA LAD. Foundation First Division. WINBOW or HELIAST. Foundation Second Division. SNOWCAFPED or FINLAND'S GJFT. Q.T.C. Races. Maiden Handicap. LANGACRE or WAIT ON. Juvenile Handicap. ARIADE or SHIELA DEER. Flying Handicap. ALL MAG or MISS WOLOWA. Foundation Day Handicap. SPRUIKEKB 1. IDLE MAG 2, SEREVALE 3. Welter Handicap. KING HEROD or OEDIPUS. Novice. i KUALA LUMPUR or KERRAITH. A.J.C. Meeting. i Challenge Stakes. AGA KHAN ? 1 VAALS ? .? ?? 2 EEMORA ? 3 Anniver&ary Handicap. JOHN BUCHAN ....... 1 LEADIGHT ? 2 JEYPORE .. ? 3 Christmas meeting, ...

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THE RACING RESULTS—LOCAL AND SOUTHERN. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

THE RACING RESULTS — LOCAL AND SOUTHERN. RACING FIXTURES. JANUARY, 1930. 85— Blackall Kacing Club. 27 — Roekhanipton Jockey Club. FEBRUARY. J5-22— Rockhampton Jockey Club. MARCH. 8— Roekhamptou Jockey Club. J7-— Dundee Racing Club. 22— Rpckhampton Jockey Club. APRIL. 5 — Rockhaniptoii Jockey Club. 11-12— Isaacs River Picnic Kace Club, 11-12— (Jamboon Amateur Race Club. 19-21— Rockhampton Jockey Club. 23 — Dundee Racing Club. MAY. 2-3 — Mackenzie River Amateur Picnic Race Club. 8-10— TiiAiigoo] Race Club. t 17-24— Rockhamptou Jockey Club. JUNE. 3 — Dundee Racing Club. 3-7-20-21-23-25— Rockhampton Jockey Club.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

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The In And Outness Of Racing. Contrasts Of Xmas And January Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

The In And Outness Of Racing. Contrasts Of Xmas And January Meetings . rpHE in and outness of the racing game was fully demonstrate! in the first division of the Welter at Callaghan Park on Saturday. If a vote as to the two best handicap performers at the Christmas meeting had been taken there is no question that French Lady and Baby Scholar would have been handed the bun to On the other hand if it hud been asked which horse was one ot the most costly failures at the big meet ing Winbow would have come in for a fairly big show of hands. On Saturday this trio, plus Yaca man, made up the field of the first division Welter. Strange to say there was more money for Winbow than for either of the two top liners, and he threatened to wind up at a very short price. There was also good money for Yacaman, whom many good judges would not have beaten at the weights. French Lady opened an even money favourite. Two's and plenty of it was available at the finish, due to the strongly inspired suppor...

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R.J.C. Anniversary Meeting. WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

R. J.C. Anniversary Meeting. WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY. Tho following weights have been declared -for Saturday, the first, day of the R.J.C. Anniversary meeting: — PARK. SECOND DIVISION, 6 fur longs (to start at 2.15 p.m.).— Liua- lujll -9.0, Jcniaval S,9.- Kerbala tJ.Uw Heliast 8.7, Streamtin 8.7. Lord Itya 8.4, Dan Brown S.2, Amos 8.0. THIRD DIVISION, 5 furlongs (to start at 2.45 p.m.).. — Redoro 9*5,- Zemi dar 9.5, Flash Steel 9.3, Kavitt 9.0, Lady Colugo 9.0, Orion Maid 8.5, Mart nee Lady 8.0, Cliuhaldin S.O, Finland's Gift 8.0. FOURTH DIVISION,, 6 furlongs (to *(OY+ at SIR n m \ ? Pino Sin&n 9.(1 Polly Rusk 8.5, Montouree 8.5, Berser ker Star 8.3. Timerror 8.3, Miss Gal lipoli 8.0, Massanissa 8.0, Laddie Lock S.O, Loganite 8.0. FIFTH DIVISION, 5 furlongs (to start at 3.45 p.m.).— Laddie K. 9.0. Wolawa Lad 8.10, Quorool 8.10, Noble Maid 8.10, Miss Chelum 8.7, Wolissa 8.7, Envelop 8.7, Dighloc 8.7, Hys Aile 8.3.. Baby Chip 8.0. Leigh Girl 8.0. Fayaloma 8.0, Fayallan 8.0. FOUND...

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Snowcapped Wins A Double. Change Of Luck For L. C. Jones. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

Snowcapped Wins A T Double. Change Of Luck For L. C. Jones. j i rpHE New Year opened with a change of luck for the well-known Callaghan Park trainer, L. C. Jones, for on Saturday he led in a double winner in Snowcapped, which has been- in, his charge only a fortnight. The double victory of the Northern mare was highly popular on this ac vuum, mr m me last coupie oi eea sons Pebbles -ias rent more nomina tion money than any other man in the business without getting anything like a return for it. Ross Stevens brought Snowcapped down from the North for the Christ ints meeting. Bill Bennett, the Cler tnont sportsman, wautcd to buy and race her in conjunction with Copey Adair, but there was some hitch in the negotiations, and she eventually came into tho charge of Jones, though still raced in Ross Stevens's name. Snowcapped was handicapped in the Fifth Division, acl it was decided to back her first up in the new livery. She started at evens after 6 to 4 had. been bet The filly did not ge...

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Finland's Gift May Be Good One. Won Nicely On Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

Finland's Gift May Be Good One. Won Nicely On Saturday. Before the Christmas meeung ap proached the most talked of horse was one' that had been brought down from th,e WeBt. He answered to the name of Finland's Gift. 'He's better than Sir Sarchedbn!' was one of the things said about him. Backers who Have sworn off the game for good dug hi behind the dock for a little more currency In order to be on the good thing. ? ... JjUl riE.lH.IYi B UlU gut Wl oivavB ui the strangles, and coald not be Btart ed' until he took his place in a Fourth Division field on Saturday. He had had one run in Rockhampton, being placed second in a Welter before Christmas. He attracted little notice then, but the Western was probably the most closely inspected hofee on the track on Saturday. And he was worth a second look. A sturdily-built fellow, Finland's Gift shows quality all through, and may be a real :good horse, though it is too early to say that yet. * It waB a good Fourth Division field that turned but...

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GOLDEN CASKET. BRISBANE, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

GOLDEN CASKET. BRISBANE. January IB. Golden Casket No. 257 was drawn to day. The firct prize went to ticket l*0- 120, Expectation syndicate, care o* Mrs. A. Robertson, North Sydney. The - second prize was drawn by the holder of ticket No. 26,518, Christmas Stock- | ing syndicate, care of Mrs. Aracott, J Dutton Park, Brisbane, and the third '' prize went to ticket No. 29,947, *». - Kent, Albion, Brisbane. ,: The holders of the following tickets , j won £100 prises : 62,716, 95,486, 82,172. « 70.973, 67.U3, 63,330, 81,569, 53,628; '* 5897, 56.156. 21,910, 32,396, 81,239. i 50,045, 37,885, 28,980, 80,038, 40,32 V;: 34,642, 10,610. t

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RACING RESULTS. R.J.C. RACES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

RACING RESULTS. R.J.C. RACES. HOCK HAMPTON. Januarv 20. The R.J.C. races on Saturday provi ded a rehearsal for the Anniversary meeting on Saturday and Monday next. The attendance was on a par with or dinary meetings. Details of the racing follow: — Park Second Division of £30; second horse £3 and third £2 from the prize; 6 furlonsrs. L. 0 Smith's b m LINATHUL (Lin comc— Thelma), 5 yrs., 8-2 .. ? (Kreutzer) 1 W. J. and S. F. Taylor's b g Helmtl, a.. S-6 ? (Spsncer) i T. A^'ir.ey's b g Jemaval, 6 yrs., :«.,'. . ? (Afchney) o (Wi'iner trained by F. J. Hill). Other starters: liurrauoo s-7 U Fitzgerald), Roestone 8-4 (Nelson), Lord Itys 8-2 (Uineham), Dan Brown 7-10 (C O'Brien). Betting: ff to 4 v. Heliast, 5 Burra doo, Jcmaval, 7 Roestone, Lord ltys, S Linatliul, ]0 Dan Brown. Won by a length and a half, with a length between second and third. Time 1.17*. Dividends £2/1/-, 2/6. Park Fifth Division of £20; seconJ horse £2 and third £1 from the prize;' j furlongs. W. Ross Ste vena's b f S...

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PASTORAL AWARD. LONGREACH MEETING. LONDON, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

PASTORAL AWARD. LONGREACH MEETING. LONG REACH. January -50 Sixty members attended an official meeting of members of the A.W.U. yes terday, when it was decided unanimous ly 'That this meeting of members ot the A.WU. con&idcre that we have only one action — that is to accept the ad vice of the Queensland Branch Execu tive, hut we will act on any scheme that the Queensland Branch Executive will put forward to regain the 1924 award rates.' The meeting was not open to the Press, but it is stated that the members of the Longreach disputes committee who were responsible for the previous go slow motions, were present at the meeting which, carried this motion. BRISBANE, January 20. The action of the branch executive in advising members tb accept the- sew pastoral award was unanimously ap proved by a meeting of delegates of the A.W.U. this morning. TOOWOOMBA, January -20. A meeting of 70 branch members of the A.W.U. last night decided by a large majority to accept the new'paf toral aw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

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A BIRTHDAY PARTY. ROCKHAMPTON, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

A BIRTHDAY PARTY R0CKHAMPTON, January 1 7. I Miss Riiby Dunlop'a 21st birthday -. was celebrated at her parents' residence,-, i Jardine-street, on Wednesday evening, when Miss 'Dunlop entertained a icw of her friends at a very enjoyable birth-. , day party.. .. . There was an amusing competition; . which was won by Kiss J. Thompson : and Mr. W. Hudson, and dancing and - games were enjoyed. The guests included — Misses A. Dun- .... ning, D. Dennis, M. M'Kie, A. Olsen, J. Thompson, F. Thompson and £, Rankin, and Messrs. W. Daniels, W. Hudson, G. ARCHBISHOP SHARPE. Who will leave Brisbane on May 5th to attend the Lambeth Con ference. M'Kie, E. Miller, J. Thompson, G. Den nis and W. Rankin.

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