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

ASPENDALE. MELBOURNE. December 28. Races at Aspendale Park to-day re- sulted as follow : — Hurdles — Vagrant 1, Valbroy 2, King Aura 3. Winner at 7 to 4. Two-Year-Old Handicap — Khanong 1, Haraga 2. Kismet Belle 3. Winner at 5 to 2. Plate — Hebrus 1, Velocette 2, Cyan- ate 3. Winner at 9 to 4. Park Handicap — Easby 1, Bendennis   2, Red Sea 3. Winner at 9 to 4. Purse — Lady Maroola 1, Missouri 2, Vanese 3. Winner at 7 to 4. Trial Welter — Tammit 1, Standard Gold 2, Lombardia 3. Winner at 6's.  

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

BOXING.   MACKAY, December 26. To-day Bill Torrens (10-6) defeated Peter Colby (10-4) in the fifth round. Dug Murray, of Brisbane, challenged the winner.   BRISBANE, December 27. At the Stadium to-night, Frank Thorne, 8-11½, made a successful come--   back against Jerry Gardiner, 9-0. Thorne, although 47 years of age, was too tricky for Gardiner and was award- ed the decision at the end of a 10 round bout. When the decision was announced, Thorne was cheered to the echo by the large crowd present. BRIDGEFORT (Con.), December 28. Gene Tunney, the retired world's heavyweight boxing champion, won the judgment in the suit brought by Mrs. Fogarty for alleged breach of promise.   NEW YORK, December 27. Tuffy Griffith gained the decision against Johnny Risko, of Cleveland, in a 10-round heavyweight bout. Griffith is likely to be Jack Sharkey's opponent at Miami, Florida, on February 27th. SYDNEY, December 28. At the Stadium to-night the Au...

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TENNIS. NEW YORK, December 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

TENNIS. NEW YORK, December 24. Helen Wills, world's champion lady tennis player, and Frederick Moody were married at noon on Monday in a small chapel near Berkeley Tennis Club, the scene of many of the bride's activities. The chapel was packed, but onlookers were unable to obtain pictures, for the couple entered and left the chapel by the rear entrance. Very few spectators gathered outside, as Miss Wills was held in high regard and the residents of the neighbourhood respected her wish for complete privacy. SAN PEDRO, December 25. Mr. and Mrs. Moody (formerly Helen Wills) departed southwards from San Pedro harbour aboard their 60 ft. yacht, Galatea, after passing the night in Hollywood. The honeymooners refuse to reveal their plans, beyond saying they expect to cruise in Mexican waters.   BERLIN, December 29. The international tennis player, Mol- denhauer, died from injuries when the   motor car in which he was travelling col- lided with a tram car. &amp...

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

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SHEFFIELD SHIELD. SOUTH AUSTRALIA IN FORM. TWO WINS ON END. NEW SOUTH WALES AND QUEENSLAND BEATEN. GRIMMETE IS THE STAR BOWLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

SHEFFIELD SHIELD. SOUTH AUSTRALIA IN FORM. TWO WINS ON END. NEW SOUTH WALES AND QUEENSLAND BEATEN. GRIMMETT IS THE STAR BOWLER. The most outstanding feature of the Sheffield cricket games the last few weeks has been the victories of South Australia, who ac- counted for New South Wales and Queensland in succession. The South Australians made no mistake in the way they won over New South Wales, but they were inclined to have been favoured by fortune in their match against Queensland, a single run deciding the issue. South Australia has placed itself in line towards securing the final honours. It was in the 1912-13 series that South Australia first be- came possessed of the trophy. As to the players themselves, the younger generation are providing the batting displays, but it is the veterans who are capturing the wickets, notably Grimmett and Blackie. South Australia, convincingly account- ed for New South Wales in the match that finished early last week. New South Wales opened well, s...

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THE KANGAROOS. BRITISH TOUR. SUMMARY OF PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THE KANGAROOS. BRITISH TOUR. SUMMARY OF PLAY. After a series of reverses, brought about mainly by their inability to adapt themselves to the muddy English grounds, and a team weakened by injuries to the star players, the Australian Rugby League tourists re- habilitated themselves to some extent by victories over Hull-Kingston Rovers, and Wigan. The fact that in both matches the ground was very heavy and, in the case of the Wigan game, the match was played in heavy rain, was encouraging to the Australians, who seem to have got over the ground problem. In the Hull match, the Australian forwards did not show to advantage, the backs being responsible for the win.   10-5. Gorman's resource provided many openings, though the visitors kicked too   much. Australia's score came by way of two brilliant tries scored by the wingers Spencer and Shankland. Weissel, who has kicked a great number of goals dur- ing the tour, converted one try and kicked a penalty goal. Hull...

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

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BILLIARDS. GLASGOW, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

BILLIARDS. GLASGOW, December 27. The latest scores are : — Lindrum, 11,662 ; Smith (in play) 8089. Lindrum continues his record break- ing career. He has now made 27 breaks of 1000 and over since his arrival in October. Moreover, he told the Australian Press Association that, in addition to breaking the world's record, he had broken every record in each city he visited in the past two months. He again delighted the crowd to-day with his varying play. He made three runs of 87, 67 and 71 from close cannons. When he reached 1394 he broke down on a difficult cannon. He thus made a new record in Scottish billiards, beat-   ing M'Connachie's 1377 made last month.   LONDON, December 29. The present is the most remarkable   billiard season ever held. World's records have become insigni- ficant, so often have they been broken.   In addition to Lindrum's remarkable   performances, Newman and Davis have both made personal records...

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

INTERCITY CRICKET. ROCKHAMPTON. December 30. That cricket is a game that clutivates       the true sporting spirit was exempli- fied during the week-end, when a Junior A. team from Mackay, having been de- feated by a mixed team on Friday, met a local junior A. and a senior B. team. They played the former on Saturday afternoon and the seniors yesterday Saturday's game ended most sensation- ally, the visitors winning by one run off a no ball. Yesterday the game was interrupted by rain and had to be aban- doned early in the afternoon, the match being declared a draw. The games were interesting on the whole. There was nothing sensational in the way of bat- ting, but there were some very fine bowl- ing performances. N. M'MILLAN (Rockhampton). (PHOTO) Handicap 7.30, riding time 1-8-55. Winner of cycle race from Yeppoon, 25½ miles, on Boxing Day. The outstanding performance was that of T. Mitchell, a young chap from Mirani. In the two innings he com- ...

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

                                        ON THE LIPS OF EVERY CONNOISSEUR WHO KNOWS A GLASS OF GOOD BITTER ALE WHEN HE TASTES IT --       RICHMOND               BITTER       MELBOURNE'S BEST BOTTLED BITTER BEER.               Brewed at the Richmond Brewery, Melbourne. THOMAS M'LAUGHLIN & CO., SOLE AGENTS FOR CENTRAL QUEENSLAND.

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

CYCLING. BRISBANE, December 29.     At the Veledrome last night the five mile professional race was won by Engel, with Fitzgerald second and Hansen third. Time, 9-45.

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CRICKET. AUCKLAND, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

CRICKET. AUCKLAND. December 29. The M.C.C. team defeated a weak South Canterbury team. England made 253 for nine wickets ( declared ). Canterbury responded with 126 and 82.

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COUNTRY CRICKET. MATCHES AT GRACEMERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

COUNTRY CRICKET. MATCHES AT GRACEMERE. Our Gracemere correspondent writes.   Owing to the suspension of the Rock- hampton Cricket Association's fixtures for the holiday season a one innings match was played here on Saturday   afternoon between Bolton's house team and a Gracemere eleven, resulting in a win for the local players. Gracemere scored 84 and the visitors 74. For Gracemere, S. Broadhurst made 42, J. Conachan 18, and R. Hays 15. Slater and Still were the principal boys. For the visitors J. Grace contributed E. Head 20, and J. Frost 10, Denny was the most conspicuous bowler for Gracemere. Another match took place here on Sunday between Bouldercombe and Gracemere. Seventy points of rain the previous evening made the wicket soft when play commenced, but it was quite good later. Gracemere went out to the wickets and were all dismissed for 17 runs, while Bouldercombe man- aged to compile 58. In their second in- nings the locals scored 33. The visitors th...

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BROTHERS QUARREL. BRISBANE, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

BROTHERS QUARREL. BRISBANE, December 27. Edward Toppleton, 21, labourer, ap- peared in the Police Court to-day charged with having, at South Brisbane, on De- cember 20th, caused grievous bodily   harm to his brother, William George Toppleton. Constable B. O'Sullivan stated that about 1.10 p.m. on December 20th he visited a house at Woolloongabba and saw complainant lying on a stretcher, swathed in bandages, and with his   clothing bloodstained. The defendant and his sister were present. The girl said defendant had slashed complainant with a razor and she added ''I saw him do it. I will get him five years.'' Defendant told witness that complain- ant had made some statement regarding his (defendant's') girl and he punched him. Defendant denied having made use of a razor and said the injury to com- plainant must have been caused by a ring with a stone, which he had on one of his fingers.   Witness found a razor, with what ap- peared to be blood st...

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

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HEROIC BOY. BRISBANE, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

HEROIC BOY. BRISBANE, December 27. A double drowning fatality occurred in the Brisbane River at Yeerongpilly this afternoon, the victims being Clare Palmer, 14, and Leslie Palmer, 9. The children were playing on the bank with a few friends when the girl fell into the river,         Her brother, though unable to swim, immediately jumped in to rescue her, but both disappeared. The bodies have not yet been recovered.

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STATE COAL MINES. BRISBANE, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

STATE COAL MINES. BRISBANE, December 27. The annual report of the superviser of State coal mines (Mr. J. Stafford) for the financial year which ended June 30th last, and now issued, shows that the total indebtedness of the State coal mines to the Treasury is £373,890. On this amount the total indebted- ness to the local fund is £297,326 and to the trust fund £76,564. The total   indebtedness to the Treasury of the Bowen State mine on June 30th was £55,433, and Mt. Mulligan £183,407 and of Styx No. 3, £135,049. The accumulated profit and loss ac- count shows that at June 30th last, the total loss was £24,102. The accumulated losses at Mt. Mulli- gan and Styx No. 3 mines on June 30th last totalled £70,826, but the accumulat- ed profits at the Bowen mines were £46,723, reducing the total accumulation of losses to £24,102. The loss on Mt Mulligan for the financial year 1928-29 was £17,972, but in that period the Styx showed a profit of £3307 and Bowen of £4718, the total lo...

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POLICE FORCE BRISBANE. December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

POLICE FORCE BRISBANE. December 27. Following the retirement of commis- sioned officers and appointments to high positions in the Queensland police force, a number of non-commissioned officers have been promoted. The following were among the pro- motions announced by the Commissioner for Police (Mr. W. Ryan) to-day. Detective-Sergeant F. T. Kiernan, at   present in charge of the C.I. Branch at Toowoomba, to senior-sergeant and transferred to take charge at Gympie. Detective Acting-Sergeant F. Kear- ney, of Mackay, to be transferred to the C.I. Branch at Toowoomba, vice Detective-Sergeant Kiernan. The following are to be acting sear- geants: — Constable A. T. Evans, of Townsville; Constable W. Bruce, Roma, who is to be transferred to Rockhamp- ton; Constable A. Malone, who is to be transferred to Innisfail; Constable A. Tong, Greenmount, who is to be transferred to Mossman.   The appointments and transfers take effect from January 20th.

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

SUGAR INDUSTRY. BRISBANE. December 29. The Acting Minister for Trade and Customs (Mr. F. M. Forde) arrived in Brisbane by the Sydney mail train last night. In the course of an interview he de- clared that those interested in the sugar industry had nothing to fear regarding the actions of the Federal Government, which, he added, intended to do all it could to assist the industry. While in Queensland, Mr. Forde will meet representatives of the sugar in- dustry, the Queensland Cotton Pool Board, the Queensland Peanut Pool Board, and also representatives of the Brisbane Chamber of Commerce so that the conditions of the various industries may be fully understood by the Gov- ernment. Mr. Forde declared that the Federal Government had done much to alleviate the unemployment position since it took office. The New South Wales Chamber of Commerce, he said, had estimated that 50,000 new positions had been created by the recent tariff amendments and that they would provide employment for &a...

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THE DEADLY PEA RIFLE TOWNSVILLE, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 2 January 1930

THE DEADLY PEA RIFLE TOWNSVILLE, December 29. Fatal injuries were sustained by Ed- ward Fenton, 9, of Home Hill, yester- day as a result of a pearifle bullet lodging in his throat. Fenton, who had an air gun, was play- ing, with a lad named William Brown, who carried a pearifie. It is stated that, in the course of their play. Fenton pointed the airgun at Brown and pulled the trigger. Brown, not knowing that the pearifle was loaded, fired his gun, the bullet en- tering Fenton's throat and emerging at the left shoulder, killing him instantly.

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