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Challenge-Anniversary Double. FIRST QUOTES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

Challenge-Anniversary Double. FIRST QUOTES. SYDNE'Y. Monday. When the books set up their CUal lenge-Annlversary charts to-day Re mora was favourite for the sprint race, but the announcement of the probable scratching of Greenlino caused a run on his stable mate Raisin, who ran second in the Car rlngton Stakes. Quickly she joined Remora as favourite. Jeypore and John Buchan dispute the Anniversary Handicap favourit ism. The betting quotes are: — Challenge Stakes, 6 furlongs, to be run on January 25th: — 4 to 1 v. Remora or Eaisin. 7 to 1 Gay Ballerina. 8 to 1 Panola. 10 to 1 Luita, Golden Voice, litou Blue or Black Douglas. 14 to l' Casque d'Or. 20 to 1 Violin Solo, ClearHight, Dalston or Ramulus. Anniversary Handicap, 11 miles,, to be run on January 27: — - 4 to 1 v. Jeypore or John buchan. 6 to 1 Donald. 10 to 1 Royal Flavour. 14 to 1 Spearman or Patadawn. 20 to 1 Runnymede, Tangible, Oc tember, Baverwrack, Star poi or Western Lass.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

Goldsbrough, Mort and Company, Limited, - — ROCK&AMPTON ? WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on Ensuing Wool Clip and on or all Station Produce and Securities. Consignments of Wool, Sheep Skiii^ Marsupial Skins, Hides, Tallow, &c, received for sale in the Australian or London Markets. ALL STOCK, STATION, FINANCIAL, SHIPPING and INSURANCE BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Proceeds held in Trust for Clients. Returns rendered with promptness. General Agents in Australia ior the WESTERN ASSURANCE COM PANY. Fire and Marine Policies issued and Claims Settled on the spot. AGENTS FOR EDWARDS SHEEP DIPPING POWDER. HEAD OFFICE ? - ? MELBOURNE. Branches: Sydney, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Adelaide, Perth and London, and 40 Country U ranches throughout Australia. , Longreach Agency ? . .L. C. Wool ridge and Co., Ltd. Local Office UMuunttb guajr-street, BorHumpUw, BANKBAIMKTGROWIKG SIMPLEX Amongst milking machines the SANITARY SIMPLEX takes pride of pla...

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BACK TO OLDEN DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

BACK TO OLDEN DAYS. BACK TO OLDEN DAYS.— There Is an old-world charm about this beautiful frock In white silk tulle and fine lace, the waist line toeing de fined by gold tissue bands. The bod Ice Is very becoming and falls softly off the shoulders, reminiscent of the Victorian period. The design is from the 'Mlnette' Model Home, London.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

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ALBION PARK. BRISBANE, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ALBION PARK. BRISBANE, January 4. Races at Albion Park to-day icsulte? as follow : — Fourth Division— Alicedowu 1, King Diamond 2, Lygo 3. Winner at 5 to 2 First Division — Warramoowee 1, Miss Wolowa 2, Siege Lass 3. - Winner at 0 to 4 on. ? Second Division — Royal Glory 1, Ce tanto 2, Willow King 3. Winner at' 5 to 2. . Third Division— The Long Hill 1, Di rect Action 2, Chipiste 3. Winner at 6 to 4. Plate— Sunny Queensland I, Yinond ?2, Kcrraith 3. Winner nt ft to 2. Purse— Jicky 1, Black Tie 2, Re Vyer 3. Winner at 4's.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

QUEENSLAND'S NEW KNIGHT.— SIR JAMES BLAIR.

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ISISFORD AMATEUR CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ISISFORD AMATEUR CLUB. The members of the Isisford Amateur Club held their, annual meeting recent ly, Mr. C. B.' P. Bell presiding. The statement of receipts an-J expen diture for the year just expired was read and adopted.-, ? ? ' . The '. election of office-bearers for the ensuing year resulted :— President, Mr. G. B. P. Bell; ' vice-presidents, ' Messrs. E. C. C. Luck and N. F. White; trea surer, Mr. J.-..J, Hooper; secretary, Mr. Jas. Hooper; committee, Messrs. H. G. Behan, C.-W. Cuzens, G. S, Dowie, S. Horrocks, J. F.' Henderson, B. H. John ston, T. A. S. Jackson, £ C. Login, E. V. Mackellar, W. P. Morris, R, O. Moore, and A. J. F. Owens. Mr. J. W. Carseldine was elected act ing treasurer dtiriDg Mr. J. (T. Hooper's absence. The following proposals were car ried: — That the subscription for 1930 be £2 2s. That it be a recommendation to the foundation members that rule 9 be al tered to read 'October 31st' instead of November 30th, in regard to the end of the club's financial yea...

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V.R.C. RACES. MELBOURNE, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

V.R.C. RACES. MELBOURNE, January 1. V.R.C. races at Flemhigton to-day re sulted as follow : — Hurdles — Lord Bounty 1, Rakwool 2, Ubobit 3. Winner at 5 to 2. SUndish Handicap — Birdcage 1, Strogoff 2, St. Lucia 3. Winner at. 16's. Steeplechase— Nightlark 1, Cobbon 2, Ornnge Park 3. Winner at 5's. Bagot Handicap — Lucky Card 1, Ro many Rye 2, Balmerino 3. Winner at 10's. Criterion Handicap — First Legion 1, Dearest 2, Val Rose 3. Winner at 0's. January Enndicap — Breakwater !, Belle Gnllantc 2, Gold Cup 3. Winner at 11 to 2.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

SAILORS' CHRISTMAS PUDDING. — Sir Arthur Clarke and Lady Ryrie take a hand in the stlrrino of th» Sea men's Hospital (Greenwich) Christ mas pudding.

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A ROSY PICTURE. THE COTTON INDUSTRY. MR. FORDE WELCOMED. ROCKHAMPTON. January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

A o ROSY PICTURE. ^^^KTHE COTON INDUSTRY. fifjj$' /M&. FORDE WELCOMED. -???'?' ROCKHAMPtON. Jonuarv 7. The Federal Labour Gqvernni cnt gave, witliiu one jiiontli of talc Ing office, ;[ what the late Government failed to givo in seven years,' said Mr. '? X ',. Ml .' Forde, Acting , Min ister for Trade and Customs, at a ci\;ic reception tendered to' him at the City Council Chambers yesterday; Mr. Fordc was welcomed by one of' .the largest and most representative gatherings seen at ?» reception for a long time and his speech was .punctuated wjth frequa'ht bursts, of +pplause. Mr. Forde devoted considerable time t0 *he co tton industry and painted a rosy picture of what his Government's policy means to that industry. He forecasted great relief of unenipl oynicnt as a result of the 'new : tariff, which was designed to ericon rage Australia's secondary in dustries. . ' ' - Tlie MayoV{Ald.R. Cousins), propos ing the Ufast ui tlie 'Honorary Acting Minister for Trade' 'and 'Customs, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

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TATTERSALL'S CLUB. SYDNEY, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

TATTERSALL'S CLUB. SYDNEY, January 1. Tattersall's races at Randwick to-daf resulted as follow : — N«w Tear's Gift— Eton Blue 1, Rack sa 2, Golden Music 3. Winner at 8's. j Novice Handicap— Potent 1, Zeelanri | 2, Our Liz 3. Winner at 9 to 2. Flying Welter — Remora 1. Workman 2, Theban 3. Winner at 7's. Tattersall's Cup — Jeypore 1, John Buchan 2, Donald 3. Jeypore, who started nt 7 to 2, made practically all the running, find won by three-quarter* of a 'length, with Donald two and a-haU lengths away. Nursery Handicap — Weotara 1, Coun try Damsel 2, Commandant 3. Winner at 12's. Alfred Hill Handicap— Gesto 1, Nut Cup 2, Vigne 3. Winner at 6'6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

? . . — : — ( ' I tell you, sir, kiseingthe haml that fiiuituB you is nothing, to what I! raw in the hotel this morning. ' . : Detective : ' Can ydtt «tae me a fiopf description «f your cashier woo, nw ished f ' Hotel Proprietor t 'I belief* bo's about 5 ft. 5 in. tall, and -£7000 short. ' . Ladles recommend Jlartin'a -pUlk ' .£1) Cbjemj^ts and stores tell thom--b» mi* ;hey are Martin'* British PJIl«--Aavt [?]

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WARWICK FARM. SYDNEY, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

WARWICK FARM. SYDNEY, January 4. Races at Warwick Farm to-day re sulted as follow : — ? Maiden Handicap (Firet Heat) — Sweet Accord 1, Coruscate 2, Rooster 3. Win ner at 8's. Second Heat— Vereoola 1, Tbreeos 2. Reno 3. Winner at 10's. I Farm Stakes— Go tydeu 1, Traymobile 2, Guranna 3. Winner at 4's. Maiden NursPry (First Heat) — Sun der Lee 1, Roman Emperor 2, White wash 3. Winner at 8's, Second Heat— Solitaire 1, Stoker I Amanton 3. Winner at 4's. | Selton^ Handicap— Cleave _ J, Ne.\yjspro 2, Ascalon 3. Winner at 10's. Warwick Handicap — Dion 1, Divulge 2, Our Liz 3. Winner at 6's. Bcrala Handicap — Chuquisaca 1, Sil ver Chord 2, Linmat 3. Winner at 3's.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

\ Cl\ EniuHiiimiintniiiiuimifflTrtl DAGS AND SACKS. SEAMING TWINES. HESSIANS. DISINFECTANTS. STATION OWNERS I Write for particulars of disinfec tants, which we supply. Guaran teed high -class products. J. 7. YOUNG AND SON. MAIN-ST, FIVEWAY8, ^VOULlAONGABB&^^raffiBASjL

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PRIMARY PRODUCERS. VANCOUVER, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

PRIMARY PRODUCERS. VANCOUVER, December 31. Twenty head of registered Aberdeen Angus cattle, from Glenmarnock, have been despatched by Mr. MacGregor, of Manitoba, for Australia and have ar rived at Vancouver. The shipment contains six champion bulls, consigned tp Sir J. Murdoch. Syd ney. Mr. K. J. Merrick. and Mr. J. Ogilvy, of Mas.terton. MELBOURNE, January ?.. Five hundred sheep have died as a re sult of anthrax on the property of \V. Fielding Jones, at Oaklanda. The place was immediately quarantined and vaccination carried out. LONDON, January 2. Ten thousand cases of. butter were damaged by the stoppage of the refrige- j rating machinery on the steamer C'ana- ! disui Britisher from Adelaide. Immediate sale was recommended. One thousand carcases of mutton kcip \i t '.isoned. CAIRNS. January 5. Mr. E. Sara, of Melbourne, has been appointed manager and secretary of the Wharton Tablelands maize pool. He will commence his duties on February 1st.

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NEW PILGRIMAGE. LONDON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

NEW PILGRIMAGF LONDON, jHiiuai.v J. A vi.-it i«i tlie war cemeteries and battlefields nf Mcs--]iolainia ha* Ween organised liv the committee of St. Bar nabas' Pilgrimage fund. The party will go overhiud to Mar seilles mi 'March 20th and Uip. descrf crossing from Beirut, to Baghdad will lip made by motor car. A special equipped river steamer ha5 liivn chiirtcred for (.lie '-0fl mile jonr iio v (o Basin. Both Babylon mid l'r ol the Cli«!dpc iiiv ini'ludod in the itincrnry.

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