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VALENTINE PLAINS. ROCKHAMPTON. January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

VALENTINE PLAINS. ROCKHAMPTON. January 16. A correspondent at Valentine Plains writes:— The married and single members of the Valentine Plains Club engaged in a friendly game last 'Sunday, but al though the former had the assistance of gome Biloela players the bachelor-* scored a most convincing win. The bachelors compiled 123 in quick time. H. Cain, who hit up a lively 71, including three 6's and ten 4's, was mainly responsible. He had a couple of lives.' C. Cain (25), E. Johnson (15 retired), and J. Flemiiig (10 not out), gave valuable assistance. W. Gray took five for 53, C. Skinner three for 39, and F. Hungerford two for. 26. The Benedicts' innings wrb a proces sion as they were ' dismissed for 23. H. Underwood (13) .was 'the only one to offer any resistance to ?fhe bowling of C. Gray (seven for 7), A. Gray (two for none), and H. Cain (two for 13).

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MR. GEORGE KERR. BRISBANE, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

AIR. GEORGE KERR. BRISBANE. Jauuarv 19. The death occurred today in Bris bane of Mi'. George Kerr, one tim: Minister for Railways aud member for Barcuo from 1893 till _1-!O'J. Deceased, who wa*. 7J, was born in 11m county of Northumberland, Eng land, aud up till 19U7 was returned a» a member of the Labour Party, but. in that year a grave split took place in the Labour Party ami lir. Ken, with others, threw in his lot with the late Dr. Kidston.

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FITZROY PESTS BOARD. CALLIUNGAL'S LIABILITIES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

FITZROY PESTS BOARD. CALLIUNGAL'S LIABILITIES. ROCKHAMPTOX. Jauuarv 1C. The Fitzroy Pests Instruction Boavl held its last meeting yesterday. A motion was carried which virtually abolished the Board. The abolition, ' which has been desired by the Councils making up the Board for a considerable time, has been held up by the inability of the Calliungal Shire Council to- pay its Outstanding precepts and the refusal of other! Councils to make further paj ments until those arrears were paid. At yesterday's meeting Mr. J. Stan ton, representing the Calliungal Shire Council told the Board frankly that his Council had not the money to pay, but that it would do everything in He power to make up the amount. If iL fails to do so, the Treasurer has the power to collect, and failing payment, collection will be handed over to hii Department. There were' present, Messrs. J. S pence (Chairman), J. Stanton, J. Smith, E. O'Brien and W. Greedy. The secretary read statements show ing that the Calliungal...

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WYCARBAH DEFEATS STANWELL. ROCKHAMPTON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

WYCARBAH DEFEATS STANWELL. ROCKHAMPTON, January 16. Our Wycarbah correspondent writes ; Wycarbah and Stanwell met in a re turn match here on Sunday last. De spite the absence of the Clermont rep resentative, who assisted Wycarbah to victory in the previous match played at Stanwell, the home team managed to ?ecure a win by the narrow margin of 2 runs* The home 'team scored 87. T. Han rattan (34) and T. Connor (25) aiono reached double figures. S. Hawke (five for 26) and Tim Connor (five for 33) divided the wickets. Stanwell had three wickets down far 44 and half the side was out for 69. Wickets then fell rapidly and nine wick ets were down for 81. The ecore crept to 85 when Tim .Connor, in attempting a , short run, lost' his wicket. He was one of the opening batsman and had made, a good stand for 39. J. Chappie (12) was the only other batsman to reach double figures. Wycarbah had nine wickets down for 182 when ttumpa were drawn. The chief contributors were D. J. Connor (27), J. Style...

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"A SERIOUS COMPLAINT." [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

-r A: SERIOUS OOMPLA^TU' '.i ' Mr. Geo. SimpfiQD,t of Slower 'Boleoyer - strjtet/ had= a ^serjous f comphiint', to Inline .to' tho', Co*incil, regarding' the- Stite fot the. drains and the horse trough 'it- t|t£ corner of Bolsover and' Woo^ Streets. He itftted tnat' there . hadVbeiBn'.^toe cases -of V, dipbtherij, tfken fl^in : t§e iorner ' in ?. the laki ,-monvi ? or, two) aijd the drains -most likely '.caused the dj6 ease,, He added, ''.nhAye.liv^i: on; rtl^s corner for 12 months and _I -}jj 96* ,bt; lieye ' there; has. l)cen *?': d»y V^lfen^you couldvlook out and see a' drv.sbot oji the corner. _ There ? is *l??wa ^PWt)|4 water there, and to make '-{nffttytf' yb&e all- the horses, . cattle, ,pigji^a5d'= sfosGp from the trucking yards plough? tWwr ?way ithrough.it. The whole- trouble '4n that the ground is lower thap.' -;1H|te drains, and when we got raip^ a -certiSji amount ;6f water lodges ) ther*r-aod *v«^y soon turns putrid;- I have my two Jitttc girls . in ' hospital,...

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COUNCIL BREVITIES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

COUNCIL BREOTP. ROCKHAMPTON. Janufcry 16. The 'M.O.H. ' (Dr. B. E- Brown) ; re ported Uo the City Council . yesterday, that: two cases of diphtheria had been notified in the 'fortntght. ,

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CAVES-BARMOYA MAIN ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

CAVES-BARMOYA MAIN ROAU/ i . Mr., H. M.*Gallway, , Caves ' Botel, wrote 6tating that it was the intentibn of ? the1 Main Roads Commission, in; th^c near future, to gazette - a main road from The'Caves to*, the .Barmo^aftettle-f ments. At the request of the maioritX' of 'the settlers, he had been aekcjd 'to- approach the Council with' a yiew'to re1 ceiving support of the route Via'. Olfcon/B Caves. He added, ' Although 'tinf ia not the . most! direct, route, - it wi-uld in,r dude. The Caves which, from ;liocK bampton'g point of view, is r about ihp only tourist site adjacent to tlic city. The other proposeji. ... route is. a -iJJTOG't road on to the Caves-Charcoal --Jrdad; and would .be of no benefit to'OIsenM Gaves. '—Received. ~ ' v.

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ROAD TO THE BERSERKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

' 'ROAD. TO THE BEBSERKEKS. A It- is not so 'long Ago. that the City Council was very enthusiastic in c£i£ Diction ? with the proposed, road. :tft the. Berserkers, . but when it was --: sug gested that the aldermen take part in the 'inspection, there was a certain cooling. ' off^ The District Engineer ^f the Main -Roads Commission (Mr. ;W; ?1. xoung) ? mquirea ycsieraay u a «efl.* nit^' date had' been selected forthej itt epectiontof the proposed route to.. tH» top olMouut- Archer. The 'Writer, aid ed : 'It : will be . remembered thati Cau inspection by » repreEentatiws -. pt \ .tabe Council 'has been under consideration, for. -a considerable time, and tjie.-Bub^ jeqt was raised in a ?discussion beJAwpefl . the. Mayor, and the, Commitw|j-i#r '*$. Main Roads in 'November la#t.'*-AldV I).; p.' Dawson stated that tjio -Cftyncil thpiild move iu the matter, fis' such- & project would DC attractive to /JtiuriBts. Aid. 'G. ,H. Fitzpatrick Ws iftjonned; that if the road was bjuilt,,...

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MR. A. H. MOORE, SYDNEY. January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

MR. A. H. MOORE. SYDNEY. January 19. Mr. A. H. Moore, 78, who could ar.i-iy be called tlw doyen of the wool ti'iidi': died this morning, following a short ill ness. He commenced work in tlie wool traiit when 11 and devoted his life to tin* industry, rising ' to the commanding position he held at his death. For 4U years he was manager of Messrs. Har rison, Jones and Devlin, and when in 1922 that firm was amalgamated witii Messrs. Uojdsborough, Mort, and Co.. he was appointed chairui of the Syd ney board of advice, which position tic held until his death. During the war, when tlic Briti^li Government took over the wool clip Mr. Moore was appointed a member ol the Central Wool Committee, and while in office travelled 100,0(10 miles between conferences in Melbourne aud Sydney. For many years he was chairman ot the Sydney Woolsellirg Brokers' As sociation.

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MR. E. J. U. SIMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

MR. E. J. D. SIMPSON. An old resident of the State, Mr. V. J. D. Simpson, who had moved about from one district to another a good deal, died, at Ipswich on the 12th in- 1 stant, aged '79 years. Mr. Simpson : ?was born ::t : Fulhaiu, Middlesex, Eng- i Jjind, in February, 1851, aud came to Queensland with his parents by . the Railing 6hip, Young Australia, in 1864.1 His first job was in the office of Pugh's Almanac. Then he moved to Too woomba, and when Gyiupie goldfields broke out in 1807, he wended his way thither. There lie became associated with 6ome theatricals aud appeared on the stage. Tiring of that occupation he moved to Central Queeulsand. Fin- * ally settling down with Mr. Grace Al- j chin, at Springsure, working at the saddling trade with Mr. Alehin. He remained six years in Springsure, dur-j ing which time he married Miss Lydia Dennc. In 1870 Mr. Simpson moved '' to Tambo, where he opened a saddlery business, and was agent for Cobb and Co. He opened the first Sunday Schoo...

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MR. BERT RIDEOUT. MARMOR, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

MR. BERT RIDEOUT. M ARMOR, .lumiiirv lfi. The -sudden demise of, Mr. Bert, Hide out caused quite a ^i&oni over the dis trict. Mr. Rid(-out was a prominent jnember of the United Protestant Church choi? aud an ardent worker for the ChiudL His loss is keenly felt, aud the sympathy of the district' is ex tended to his bereaved relatives.

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

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TENNIS. SYDNEY, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

TENNIS. SYDNEY, January 18. A feature of the Davis Cup trial matches which were continued to-day, was the defeat of R. O. Cummings (Q.) by the brilliant New South Wales colt, C. Sproule. The match was pla-yed almost entirely from the baseline. , Tho New South Welshman was never thoroughly extended. There was a great crowd present when Crawford and Hopman met Moon and Willard on the* centre court ior witac was unuuuuieuiy we iuuot - im portant doubles match of the trial series. Moon played brilliant tennis through out, hiB play proving that he is one of the best players in Australia .. at the present time. He was the best player of the four. Willard enhanced his claims for selection for the Davis Cup, not only as a result of the match, but by his sound doubles understanding and steady stroking. It was Crawford's poor display, particularly hi the early stages of the game, that decided .the match. Hopman was not as confident as usual. He seemed shaken . by Craw ford's poor support. The...

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MR. THOMAS BRENNAN, [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

MR. THOMAS BRENNAN, The death took place at Esk last week-end of a well-known grarier, Mr. Thomas Brennan, at the age of 86 years. The late Mr. Brennan was born in j Ballyknock, Ireland, and at the age of ; 22 migrated to Brisbane, -where he oc- j cupled the position of private secretary to Archbishop Dunne for Borne time, he having formerly- been »^«?h-ol teacher. However, his ?dtentorou* ipirit led Jam] out West, in the Thompson ud Barcojj Country. From there be caine back to the Feruvale and/Ipswich districts. He married a .Miss Handle}', ot County r Cork, Ireland, and they spent some years at Mount Esk (Mununibaj, where they settled on the ' land. IVoiu there they went to the Stanley Kivcr, aud lived tlicrc for nearly half a cen tury, owning the ' Silveftou property uf 7000 acres:' Mr. Brennan was a mem ber of the Esk Shire Council for uiore than 25 years, and took an active in terest in State and local politics. He1 is survived by his wife aud grown up family. The latter arc: M...

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SNELLING CUP MATCH. ROCKHAMPTON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

SNELUNG CUP MATCH. KOCKHAtfi-'ION, January IS. Our Marmor correspondent writes: — The Snelling Cup fixture between lit. Larcom and Marmor on the local grouud last Sunday turned out to be an ex citing game. Marmor were all out f or ' 52 .-(C Sprcadboro 11, J. Perry 9.) Billy Wood ward took five for 9 and H. Cooper lour for 15. At lunch adjournment Mt. Larcom had two down for 9. On resuming dis aster followed disaster and all were out for 52 (J. Barry 11 not out and A. Smith 15.) Jack Marsh bagged three for 5, J. Henricks four for 15 and &? Phillips two for 23. Then Marnier went in — and out — for 40 (J. Perry 11, N. Phillips 10.) Hori Cooper was almost unplayable bagging eight for 16 in eight overs. Mt. Larcom had another try and for a while the excitement was great. Three were down for 25, four for 3o and five for 35. But then the extra runs were obtained and Mt. Larcom secured an outright win by five wic kets. In this match it was again dem onstrated to the locals that runn...

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

R. COUSINS & CO,, LTP., . ESTABLISHED 1886. GENERAL BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. Shop Front and Show Case Specialists, Glass Merchants and Leadlight Importers, General Joiners and Glaziers. ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS (largo or small) PROMPTLY EXECU TED AT LOWEST KATEB. EAST-STREET, - BOCKSAMPTON, ? THONE 104. ? ? . .' ''l/.^HAJVA ?' Tii.:.;r-T£/: The Scariff Hotel, ROCKHAMPTON. FIRST-CLASS TABLE AND EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION. With Electric .Lighting. Thrcughout the Whole Building. ONLY THE BEST ALES, STOUTS, WINES AND SPIRITS SOLD. AND EVERY BOTTLE TRUE TO LABEL. WHEN IN TOWN CALL AROUND. A. L TUCKER Proprietor. (Ltte Eoyri Hotel, 'Rockhamptoa).- r

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How They Ran At Callaghan Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

How They Ran At Callaghan Park. SECOND DIVISION.— LINATHUL 1, Hellait 2, Jemaval * THIRD DIVISION.— ZEMIDAR 1, Fla«h Steel 2, Kavitt 3. FOURTH DIVISION.— FINLAND'S GIFT 1, Blue Siege 2, Mary Dawn 3. FIFTH DIVISION.— SNOWCAPPED 1, Montouree 2, WolUsa 3. WELTER (First Division).— YACAMAN 1, W'inbow 2, Baby Scholar 3. WELTER (Second Division).— SNOWCAPPED 1, Montource 2, Berserker Star 3.

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

BROADSOUND RACES. J. CLEMENTS' ERMIS LAD, WINNER OF MAIDEN PLATE. 'r: MURRAY'S MUSIC LAD, WINriER OF DOUBLE. J. LYNCH'SFLYANETTE, WINNE R OF FIRST HACK HANDICAP.

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ALBION PARK. BRISBANE, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

ALBION PARK. BF51SBANE, Jnmiarv 13. Jlacrs nt Albion Park to-day resulted as follow : — ! Fourth Division — Amberside 1, Beyn'* 2, Langacre 3. Winner at .Vs. First Division — Yniond 1, Mi«s Wo Io wa 2, Gift (Jun :?. Winner at I0's. Second Division — Breekfi 1, Willow : Kin-r 2, Black Tie 3. Winner at 2's. j Third Division— Pweet Cello 1, Per sian Don 2, Cl.'ipistn 3. Winner at 10's. J riair— Kervaith I, Paysonr, 2, Sunny. Quponfiand ,'i. Winner at fi's. J Pnrsp— Ro-Vyer I. Direct Action '-, Of, Re Li! 3. Wiirwr at 4-.

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CAULFIELD. MELBOURNE, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 23 January 1930

. CAULFIELD. MF.r.RfHrRxk .lanuni-v 18. Races at Caulfielu to-dav resulted a-: follow t— I Hawthorne Hurdles — Rakwool 1, Lo'': Bounty 2, Liberty Bell 3. Winner at i'» Holiday' Slake*— Golden Lullaby 1 The Black Crow 2. Chaene 3. Winnei ( a-t 20'fi. - ; Anniversary Handicap — Lucky Card '? Pendennis 2,' Belle Gallante 3. Winnei at 7 to 2. Rowena Welter— Phonic 1, Black Gar ter 2. Salonia :t. Winner at 12'«. Koakavibb Trial— Spearlette I, Crag ford 2, St. Chad 3. Winner at -**? Tooroon^a Handicap — Lueia Manette 1. Kir?S of Revelry 2, Star Warden 3' Winner at 7 to 2.

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