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HOLIDAY RACING RESULT—LOCAL AND SOUTHERN. RACING FIXTURES. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND, JANUARY, 1930. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

HOLIDAY RACING RESULTS—LOCAL AND SOUTHERN.       RACING FIXTURES CENTRAL QUEENSLAND. JANUARY, 1930. 4 — Rockhampton Jockey Club. 11 — Yaraka Amateur Race Club. 18-25 — Rockhampton Jockey Club. 25— Blackall Racing Club.   27 — Rockhampton Jockey Club. FEBRUARY. 8-22 — Rockhampton Jockey Club. MARCH. 8— Rockhampton Jockey Club. 17— Dundee Racing Club. 22 — Rockhampton Jockey Club. APRIL. 5— Rockhampton Jockey Club. 11-12 — Isaacs River Picnic Race Club. 11-12 —Camboon Amateur Race Club.   19-21 — Rockhampton Jockey Club. 23— Dundee Racing Club. MAY 2-3— Mackenzie River Amateur Picnic Race Club. 8-10— Thangool Race Club. 17-24 — Rockhampton 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 — 2 January 1930

The Scariff Hotel,   ROCKHAMPTON.           FIRST-CLASS TABLE AND EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION. With Electric Lighting throughout the Whole Building   ONLY THE BEST ALES, STOUTS, WINES AND SPIRITS SOLD   AND EVERY BOTTLE TRUE TO LABEL.         WHEN IN TOWN CALL AROUND.           A. E. TUCKER ---------------- Proprietor.   (Late Royal Hotel, Rockhampton).                                           PRESENTS FOR MEN.     Morny's June Roses Sets containing Shaving Bowl,...

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SHOW DATES. FOR 1930. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

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—6.     Clifton 12—13.     Tannymorer 15.           Goondiwindi 20 — 21. Warwick 23—28.     Toowoomba March 31st and April 3rd. APRIL.   Oakey 11. Dalby 8—9. Miles 16. Chinchilla 22—23.   MAY.     Goombungee 2. Taroom 5— 7.       Boonah 7 — 8.     Roma 13—14.           Gayndah 14 — 15.       Ipswich 20—23.         Kilkivan 21—22. &nbs...

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THE TANWAN BROTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THE TANWAN BROTHERS. " Mopoke Joe " writes:—     Reading in the " Bulletin '' to-day an item awhich described Mt. Morgan as " a tin mine," I immediately recognised where the caption had been taken from. I had been reading the article in the paper, which gave a dissertation about two drovers discovering Sir Sarchedon. The paper also stated that the same   drovers had never had any experience in training, &c., before they returned from the war, where they did their bit for their country.     ' Now, I happen to know Banana very well, having been in and through it on and off for the last 50 odd years, and Banana, 100 miles from Rockhampton, happens to be the birthplace of the drovers and trainers, the Tanwans. I would like to state that their father, Edwin Walter Tanwan, has been one     E. TANWAN, Sir Surchedon's   pilot.       &...

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THE TURF. SYDNEY, December 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THE TURF. SYDNEY, December 25.   Jockey D. O'Connor, who rode for some years in Brisbane, was badly hurt on   the tracks at Randwick yesterday morn-       ing. O'Connor had a mount on Violin Solo and was galloping in company with Gur- rana. When approaching the six fur- long post, two youngsters, Imperialist and Antipodes, ridden respectively by H. Stewart and J. Pike, were met. As the horses approached both O'Connor and   the rider of Gurrana shouted to Pike and Stewart. Their voices, however, frightened the youngsters and Imperial- ist swerved sideways. It was impossible for O'Connor to   avert a collision and Violin Solo struck   the two-year-old. O'Connor was thrown heavily and was hurried to St. Vin-     cent's Hospital suffering from serious in- juries to the back. Violin Solo hurt his off shoulder and       wa...

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RACING RESULTS. DUARINGA RACES. ROCKHAMPTON, December 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

RACING RESULTS. DUARINGA RACES.   ROCKHAMPTON, December 21.   The following are the results of the Duaringa Racing Club's hack races held on the 20th instant :— Maiden Plate, 4 furlongs, 10 st—Lola   1. Socks 2. and Willire 3. Miss Freedom and Killarney also ran.       Balcombah Hack Handicap, 4 fur-   longs—Speareacre (11-7) 1, Faraer (10 10) 2, Right Again (11-4) 3.   Jambo Maiden, 4 furlongs, 12 st. Car- bine, 1. Nimrod, 2. Killarney 3. Simple Simon and Bolvier also ran. Hill?? H?? Handicap, 4 furlongs - Luland (12- 01) 1. Ham ??? 2. ?? ette (10-10) 3. Braid Boy (10-7), also   ran.         Maiden Plate, 4 furlongs, 10 st.—   Gipsy Countess 1, Socks 2, Simple Simon 3. Highweight Handicap, 4 furlongs, 12 st — Luland 1. Spearacre 2 Fannere, and Barman also ran.     &nbsp...

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CAWARRAL RACES. ROCKHAMPTON, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

CAWARRAL RACES. ROCKHAMPTON, December 27. There was a fair attendance at the carnival meeting of the Cawarral Jockey Club which was held yesterday. A     pleasant breeze mitigated the heat of   the day and made for a comfortable   day's sport. Eight books fielded and   betting was fairly brisk.       Ludem carried off the honours, as he won three races, including the Cup. Hanrahan who rode Lady Yetman in   the Hack Handicap, had the misfortune   to slightly injure his ankle. His mount stumbled over a log which caused him     to fall. However the jockey's injury   did not hinder him from riding well in any race in which he took part.   Trial Stakes (4 furlongs). I. Tucker's br m NANTYS (Itys— Nancy B.1. 9-0 . . (Davidson) 1. I. D. Hanrahan's Rosepate. 9-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Owner) 2 I. Tooke...

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

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KEPPEL SANDS RACES. ROCKHAMPTON, December 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

KEPPEL SANDS RACES.   ROCKHAMPTON. December 24.     The Keppel Sands Amateur Racing Club conducted probably its most suc-     cessful meeting since its inception of       the new course at Elgalla yesterday. The fields were big, the class of racing good, and the attendance excellent. There     was one unfortunute accident just be-   fore the running of the first race, which     resulted in a serious injury to a horse and jockey.         The accident occurred when the horses   were doing their preliminaries for the     Maiden Handicap. Girl Scopus, a fine stamp of chestnut mare, owned by Mr.     R. J. Beak, went out very sore, and as   soon as her rider (M'Arthur) jumped   &...

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YEPPOON TURF CLUB. ROCKHAMPTON, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

YEPPOON TURF CLUB.   ROCKHAMPTON, December 30. The Yeppoon Turf Club began their Christmas meeting on Satur- day last. Although the day was dull, and there was racing at Cal- laghan Park, there was a good at- tendance. Six bookmakers fielded. FROM END TO END.     For the Byfield Handicap, the opening race, Laddie K was made an even money favourite, Itys Lad (at 2's) and Star- vation (at 4's) being the only other     horses backed in a field of eight. Laddie K was first out and he had the race     won before they had gone a furlong.   He came on to beat Dust Cup who got   a run on the rails, by four lengths. Lord   Welcome was third. Laddie K cut out the four furlongs in the good time of 50 sec. CARDAH AT ODDS ON. Six went to the starter for the Ocean Heights Handicap. Cardah, the best conditioned horse on the track, was made at 2 to 1 on favourite, with B...

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R.J.C RACES. ROCKHAMPTON, December 27. THE DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

R.J.C RACES.   ROCKHAMPTON, December 27. THE DETAILS.   STAND SECOND DIVISION of £50, second horse £6 and third £4 from the prize; 6 furlongs.                 L. O. Smith's b m LINATHUL (Lin-   come— Thelma), 5yrs., 7-10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Spencer) 1 T. J.Stapleton's ch g Oedipus, 6 yrs., 9-0 . . . . (T. Fitzgerald). 2 A. Shean's ch g King Herod, 5 yrs., 8-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Shean) 3 (Winner trained by F. J. Hill.) The other starters were—Flash Steel, 8-2 ( Ashney) ; Lord Itys, 8-2 (O'Brien) ; Kavitt, 8-0 (Cosgrove) ; Redoro, 8-0         (Davies) ; Kerbala, 8-0 (Kreutzer) ; Yacaman, 8-0 (Richardson).       Betting: 6 to 4 on Oedipus, 4 to 1 v. LINATHUL, 10 King Herod and the others.       ...

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

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ROCKHAMPTON, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

ROCKHAMPTON. December 30. The second day of the R.J.C.'s Sum- mer meeting on Saturday was well pat- ronised. The fielders had the best of   the betting transactions. Only two straightout favourites scored, and it was a coincidence that odds on picks again let backers down, being a repetition of the first day. In the majority of cases horses ran to form, and this made the               day one of the lightest for the stewards for months past. Not one inquiry was   held, and there were only two occasions when the stewards considered that they had reason for action. That was when they talked fatherly to jockeys at the barrier. The racing was a treat to watch, there being numerous close     finishes. The totalisator handled £1080,   making £2240 for the two days. THE DETAILS.       &nbsp...

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TATTERSALL'S CLUB. SYDNEY, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

TATTERSALL'S CLUB. SYDNEY, December 28.     Tattersall's races at Randwick to-day resulted as follows:— Hurdles—Kinross 1, Perides 2, Pirate   King 3. Winner at 7's. Chelmsford Handicap— Happy New 1, Traymobile 2, Potent 3. Winner at 6's. Carrington Stakes—Gay Ballerina 1, Raisin 2, Greenline 3. Winner at 5's. Juvenile Stakes—Carat 1, Solitaire 2,   Lucky Dane 3. Winner at 14's. Pace Welter— Nut Cup 1, Peacemaker 2, Sion 3. Winner at 11 to 2. Denman Handicap— Gesto 1, Leadlight 2, Wedding Eve 3. Winner at 4's.

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ALBION PARK. BRISBANE, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

ALBION PARK. BRISBANE, December 28. Races at Albion Park to-day resulted as follow :— Fourth Division—Morning Dew 1, Ore     Be Lil 2, Elsie Moore 3. Winner at 7's. First Division—Bunning Girl 1, Siege     Lass 2, Warramoowee 3. Winner at 3's. Second Division—Gillipill and Ker             raith, dead heat,1, Perseg's Fox 3. Ker     raith at 9 to 4. Gillipill at 5's. Third Division — Sere Lady 1, Tip-   perary Lady 2. Estrellita 3. Winner at 5 to 4. Plate—Bay Song 1, Ymond 2. High Treasure 3. Winner at 6 to 4.     Purse—Pretty Juey 1, Dicky 2, Revyes   3. Winner at 5 to 2.  

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ASCOT. BRISBANE, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

ASCOT. BRISBANE, December 26. Following are the results of the first day of the Q.T.C. Summer meeting :—     Trial Handicap—Goldream 1, Parl-     marita 2, Syce Dale 3. Winner at 8's.     Second Division— Kuala Lumpur 1. Fre- Rover 2, Lysianassa 3. Winner at     5 to 2. Juvenile Handicap—Amberwee 1,     Sheila Deer 2, High Water 3. Winner at 2's. Flying Handicap—I.O.U. 1, Sir Sarche-   don 2, Miss Dry 3. Winner at 5's. Midsummer Handicap—Mintmanb 1,   Alison K. 2, Newbold Boy 3. Winner at 4's. First Welter—Royalist 1, Demon     Lady 2, Lilyburn 3. Winner at 3's. First Novice—Oneda 1, La Bud 2,     Allombe 3. Winner at 10's. Hendra Plate—Mingelo 1, The Kist 2,     Silvern's Son 3. Winner at 8's.

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RANDWICK. SYDNEY, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

RANDWICK. SYDNEY, December 26.     The results of the second day of the     A.J.C. Summer meeting to-day were as   follow :— Hurdles—Homemade 1, Real Lad 2,     Kinross 3. Winner at 4's. Nursery Handicap—Rosendo 1, Sun-       lover 2, Runie 3. Winner at 9 to 4. Christmas Handicap—Roley 1, Potent   2, Sackbut 3. Winner at 14's.   Chisholm Handicap—Luita 1, Tea         Miss 2, Charm Flight 3. Winner at   4's.     December Stakes—Veilmond 1, Cara       vel Bay 2, Longwood 3. Winner at 10       to 9 on. Summer Cup—Donald 1, Jeyport 2,       John Buchan 3. Winner at 10's. Jey-       &...

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How They Ran At Callaghan Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

How They Ran At Callagh an Park. SECOND DIVISION.— LINATHUL 1, Oedipus 2, King Herod 3.   THIRD DIVISION.— STREAMTIN 1, British Ell 2, Lord Lin 3.   FOURTH DIVISION.— ZEMIDAR 1, High Ho 2, Mary Dawn 3. FIFTH DIVISION.—LADDIE LOCK 1, Rhyme Royal 2, Berserker Star 3. BOXING DAY HANDICAP.—PRINCE ITYS 1, French Lady 2, Peruvian 3 .   WELTER HANDICAP.—BETTY CRAFT 1, Baby Scholar 2, Orion Maid 3. MIDSUMMER; FIRST DIVISION—FRENCH LADY 1, Ulubad 2, Baby Scholar 3.

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MOTOR CYCLING. BRISBANE, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

MOTOR CYCLING.   BRISBANE, December 29. At the Speedway last night, Tommy Tomkins won the Golden Helmet in 1-17. Frank Arthur was second, two lengths behind. Dick Smythe won the handicap in 1-20 4/5.

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CAULFIELD. MELBOURNE, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

CAULFIELD. MELBOURNE. December 26. Races at Caulfield to-day resulted as follow : — Hurdles— Rakwool 1, Ubobit 2, Lord Bounty 3. Winner at 4's. Juvenile Stakes— Valrose 1, Mora, Donna 2, Mural Crown 3. Winner at 3's. Christmas Handicap— Lucie Manette 1, Spanish Galleon 2,Strogoff 3. Win-   ner at 8's. Malvern Handicap — King Mart 1, Cosy Rug 2, Reonui 3. Winner at 10's. Hopetoun Handicap— Romany Rye 1, Cimbrian 2, Finsbury 3. Winner at 6's. Koornang Welter—Belle Gallante 1,     Breakwater 2, Torlonia 3. Winner at 5 to 2.

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