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OFFICE ACCOMMODATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

OFFICE ACCOMMODATION. An interesting development of the rate of building in the city is the rea-   lisation that some investors have over- reached themselves, and as a consequence there is said to have been a reduction   of about 30 per cent in the rates for offices. In cases where tenants were   inclined to leave their offices for more modern buildings, there have been re- ductions in order to keep them. There is not the slightest doubt that there is more office accommodation than the city needs at present. Of course, the new buildings can claim tenants, but it is at the expense of the less modern build- ings. Another phase of note is that some men who hitherto have been in- vesting in properties in the outback, are considering the city as a means of in- vestment as being more certain in its returns. There is one notable case where the owner of a very large building has large pastoral interests, and there are   others who are thin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

DEWAR'S IMPERIAL DRAUGHT. ALSO BOTTLED IN QUARTS, PINTS, FLASKS & HALF FLASKS.     What's in the Glass?   (Drawing of Glass) DEWAR'S       WHISKY   THE FINEST STIMULANT.   THOMAS McLAUGHLIN & CO., SOLE AGENTS FOR CENTRAL QUEENSLAND

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

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COAST OF ANTARCTICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

COAST OF ANTARCTICA. The Discovery will approach the coast of Antarctica seeking a way through the ice into a landing place.   It is improbable that the ship will be   able to steam along keeping the shore in sight for any great distances. The seaplane will be valuable as a means of filling in the gaps with photographs. Already Captain Hurley has obtained some fine photographs from Mt. Ross, 6000 ft. above sea level, on Kerguelen,   down the slopes of which avalanches constantly descend with the noise of rolling thunder. In the ice region the surface of ice and sea should be calm, but when heavy gales are blowing the Discovery will have to seek shelter in the lee of the icebergs that stretch unbroken for miles. There is little chance of rivalry in this lonely sector of the Antarctic.   Only a ship like the Discovery—the strongest wooden ship in the world— could force her way against the resist-   ance of the solid ice....

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THE DISCOVERY. LIFE ON BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THE DISCOVERY. LIFE ON BOARD. Sir Douglas Mawson has finished coaling at Kerguelen and has     set his compass for the Pole. Heard Island, to the south of Ker-     guelen, the home of sea elephants and Antarctic gulls, will be the     last known island to be visited by the Discovery before it enters the world of ice. Already some valuable work has been done during the       stay at Kerguelen in making accurate charts of the coastline and general survey work. The island was once the resort of hundreds     of American whalers, but is now visited only by a fleet of whaling     and sealing steamers from Capetown once each summer.     A cargo of coal has been taken on at Kerguelen, which will   be the final cargo for the Antarctic cruise. Every available space has   &...

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LETTER FROM LONDON. LONDON, November 21, 1929. Mr. Snowden's Alternative. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

LETTER FROM LONDON. LONDON, November 21, 1929. Mr. Snowden's Alternative. QUITE a number of Conservatives are inclined to think that Mr.   Snowden has made a tactical blunder in not meeting the left wing in the matter of the 20s. dole. To have done so, according to official estimates, would have cost the Treasury 36 mil- lions instead of 24½ millions which the present Bill entails. This, the Chancellor has decided, was more than the Treasury could afford. He might, however, have tackled the problem from a different angle. While it will generally be felt that 20s. is not too great an allowance for the genuinely unemployed worker, no doubt is left that a great many men are on the dole who might get employment if they were anxious to work on any job that might come their way. The Bill, as it is framed, will certainly enable these shirkers to find it easier to con- tinue drawing benefit. If, instead, provision had been made for tighten- ing up the system, the economy ef- fe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

A SAC     SUIT           FOR                 £6/6/-.                 These Suits are not ''hand-     finished,'' but ''hand-made"             throughout.                 Absolutely the Best Value           In Australia.               Write for Sample and Self-         &nbsp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

£12,000 IN PRIZES, 2 Firsts, 2 Seconds. Still Going Strong.   Sold 2nd Prize 201 Art Union. Golden Casket. Tickets: 1 for 6/-, 2 for 11/6, 3 for 17/3. HOBART EVERY MAIL.   Tickets: 1 for 6/5, 2 for 12/3, 3 for 18/3. Owen Daniel. WILLIAM STREET — ROCKHAMPTON.

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"HERALD" SPORTING SECTION CATERS FOR COUNTRY READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

"HERALD" SPORTING SECTION CATERS FOR COUNTRY READERS. (By Sarc checlon) . In its aim to meet the needs of every class of reader, "The Central Queensland Herald'' will     include an up-to-date weekly Sporting Section . This is designed primarily to serve country readers,   who have not the daily papers and other news sources at hand.   Apart from recording current events covering the whole field of sport, particular attention will be given to news and comment on local and Southern racing. In this connection readers will be asked to bear with us in one particular. The mail arrange- ments over the wide district which the ''Herald'' will serve, fixes Thursday as the most suitable publishing day. Acceptances for most of the week-end racing fall due on Thursdays, and it will not always be possible to wait for them . This cannot be avoided, but it will not materially affect the service which the ''Herald'' aims to give.   &a...

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XMAS RACE CROWDS WERE JUST MODERATE. FOUR DAYS SHOULD SHOW A PROFIT. IS ADMISSION TOO HIGH? [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

XMAS RACE CROWDS WERE JUST MODERATE. FOUR DAYS SHOULD SHOW A PROFIT. IS ADMISSION TOO HIGH? As these notes are being writ- ten two days of the R.J.C. Christ- mas meeting have been disposed of, leaving two more to go. Four days' racings at this time of the year is too much, considering the number of horses available. THREE days is ample and the meet- ing should conclude on New     Year's Day, after which most people are, or should be, ready to get back to their jobs. The prolongation of the meeting over the next Saturday is scarcely warranted, though, of   course, it offers temptations to the   Rockhampton Jockey Club, which is badly in need of gate money, and rarely gets an opportunity such as is offered by the presence of Christmas visitors to the coast. In this connection complaints are heard this Xmas that the R.J.C. gate charges are too high. So they are. It costs a man 15/- to get past the outer and paddock turnstiles. &am...

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Briefs. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

Briefs. Copey Adair and Bob Beak, mem- ber of the well-known pastoral family, are racing in partnership over the Christmas meeting. They have Ber- serker Star and High Estate. High Estate offset Berserker Star, two odds on defeats, but the chances are the ''firm'' is still on the wrong side of   the ledger. Nugget Shean, of Banana, rode two winners on the second day. A good horseman at his best he should have much useful riding ahead of him. . . .       George Holt and Joe Jackson are back riding after terms of suspension. Joe has cracked it for two wins, but Holt has yet to meet the judge's eye. He was unlucky in not getting the mount on French Lady the second day. High Estate, was bought by Mr. Beak last April with designs on the horse, and if he stands may win in first-class company. One of the runners in the Midsum- mer Handicap was Amazing, who was third in the last Townsville Cup. A classy-looking gentleman, Amazing put a goo...

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BAD HORSEMANSHIP A Feature. COST BACKERS DEARLY BOXING DAY. Odds On Favourites Murdered. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

BAD HORSEMANSHIP A Feature. COST BACKERS DEARLY BOXING DAY. Odds On Favourites Murdered. BAD horsemanship was a feature of   the R.J.C. racing on Boxing Day. Indifferent jockeyship always leaves the racegoing public sore, and when it is associated with short-priced favour- ites they become red raw.   That was what happened on Boxing Day. Three odds on chances were defeated and in at least two cases it was due to something approaching in- competency.   The Northern mare, Queen Coal, was an odds on favourite in the Fourth Division and ran out of a place. It transpired that his jockey (W. O'Brien) had failed to tie his stir- rup leathers on and rede most of the way without them. What should have been a 10 to 1 on   shot in the Fifth Division was beaten when C. O'Brien got left at the post on Berserker Star. Not only was he sideways on when the barrier went up, but he dwelt so long that the others were a dozen lengths on the way be- fo...

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SIR SARCHEDON HAS BEEN BEATEN AT LAST. CHAMPION DOWNED ON BOXING DAY. TO BE SPELLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

SIR SARCHEDON HAS BEEN BEATEN AT LAST. CHAMPION DOWNED ON BOXING DAY. TO BE SPELLED. Just when the ex-Rockhamp-   ton colt, Sir Sarchedon, was at- tracting nation-wide attention by reason of his long sequence of wins, the bloom went off the rose with his defeat in a Flying   Handicap in Brisbane on Boxing Day. THIS was not Sir Sarchedon's first defeat, although many southern sporting writers aver that it was. He was beaten at his first start— in a Fifth Division at Rockhampton— early this year. He then went on to win four races at Rockhampton and followed it up with four more in Brisbane. Sir Sarchedon had become the idol of Brisbane racegoers, and Rock- hampton punters looked upon him as a regular meal ticket. He is a won- derful colt, and the defeat on Boxing Day need not greatly detract from his merit or the prospects of his future. In fact, one of the Brisbane papers described him as finishing this race on three legs. He went down to a Stradbroke win- n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

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They Won't Bet. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

They Won't Bet.   SOME years ago the First Divi- sion was so unsatisfactory from a betting point of view that the R.J.C. made it the second race, opening the day with one of the minor division. Later there was a relapse to the old order. Taking a line through the Christmas meet- ing something will have to be done about that first race. On both days good fields have turned out for the ''Flying,'' but there never has been more than two horses backed. This may be due to the fact   that punters are not '' warmed up.'' On the other hand it may be because owners were not pre- pared to back their horses against the supposedly good things op- posed to them. If the latter is   the case then it would not matter when the race was put on. The fact remains that only one horse was backed against Oedipus on the first day. According to the bookmakers there wasn't even that many supported King Herod.

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As Far As They Have Gone. WINNERS AT THE R.J.C. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

As Far As They Have Gone. WINNERS AT THE R. J. C. MEETING. Ben Healy's Betty Craft is the only horse to have won two races at the meeting. She accounted for the Welter on both days, and went out at a good price each time. She was ridden by Joe Jackson, the younger brother of Clem, who seems to have dropped out of the game. Horses that have won one race and look like adding another are Prince Itys, King Herod, and Ortolo.   Prince Itys should win the New     Year Handicap of nine furlongs, espe- cially as French Lady will not be in   it. King Herod has got a sharp rise in the weights as a result of his win. Ortolo is owned by the McNallys, of Bandon Grove. He has been running well forward lately and a change of jockeyship has acted for the better. Laddie Lock, who won the Fifth Division luckily on Boxing Day had been derated from first division ranks. He cost Mick Rice a fortune last year. Streamtin won his Third Division well on Bo...

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THE HANDICAPS HAVE BEEN THRILLERS. BEST RACES ON CARD TO DATE. FRENCH LADY GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THE HANDICAPS HAVE BEEN THRILLERS. BEST RACES ON CARD TO DATE FRENCH LADY GAME THE two handicaps have proved the   best races at the Christmas meet-   ing, and in fact the most exciting as-           sociated with the R.J.C. course for a   long time. Both on Boxing Day and on Satur-     day it was anybody's race a furlong     from home, and in each race heads only separated first and second horses at the post. On Boxing Day the finish was be-     tween Prince Itys and the Western- owned French Lady. The latter was     the medium of an unexpected betting     plunge, which would have hit the books pretty hard as most of the         money was placed at 4 and 5 to 1. ''I've finished with her!'' was the rep...

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