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INTERTOWN CRICKET. ROCKHAMPTON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

INTERTOWN CRICKET. ROCKHAMPTON, January 6. Two games were played at the Unckcl grounds yesterday between senior Glad stone and Rockhainpton teams. The visitors were all graded senior A. players. One team met the local re presentative A. 'and the other played the B. representatives. Rockhampton had an easy win in the big game. The outstanding perform ances were the bowling of Madge and the hatting of Anstey. Madge cap tured eix wicketB for 24 runs. Anstey made the top score (73), but although he was the star, the batting of M. Fitz gerald and Madge was worthy of high commendation. Gladstone wou the toss, and, electing to bat, sent in Ambrose and Pearson, as the o])ening men. Both played cau tiously and brought the score to S3 be* fore Ambrose was clean bowled by Aa stey, after compiling 16. Turick did not last lung, being caught by Bowman off Madge. With his next ball Madge secured Walters' wicket after a success ful appeal for leg before. Three wic kets had fallen for 46, after a pr...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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CRICKET. BRISBANE, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

CRICKET. .BRISBANE, January 5. ' Another rdund of fixtures in the cric ket premiership was completed on Sat urday. ' The points to date are: — Toombul 13, Valley 14, Northern Suburbs and Eas tern Suburbs '14,- Souths 12, Western Suburbs and Colts 9, Varsity 8. Toombul beat Varsity by eight 'Wic kets. Varsity made 106 and 74. pxen ham took eight wickets for 32. Toom bul lost two wickets for 169 ^(declared I and in the second innings two for 12. Souths defeated Valley by an; innings and three runs. Souths, iirfct. innings 137, Valley, 97 and 37. Seven men were dismissed without scoring. Gill took eix for five. Eastern Suburbs defeated ' Colls by one r,un on ' the first innings. Easts made 189 and Colts 188 (Mossop 50, Slaughter 48). Carlow'took six for. 4| and Grant four for 56. Easts, 'second innings, 103. Pizzey took three for»2'J. Norths beat Wests by six runs on th«- first innings. Wests 127, Norths 133. .Matthews took four for 43. Wests, eec ond innings, 115 for three wickets (de...

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

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SHOW DATES. FOR 1930. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

SHOW DATES. FOR 1930. The following show dates for 1930 have been approved by Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies:— FEBRUARY. Etantliorpe 5 — 7. Killarney February 28 and March 1st. MARCH. Allora 5 — 0. Clifton 12—13. Tanuy morel ]5. Ucondiwindi 20 — 21. Warwick 23—28. Toowoomba Marcli 3l8t and April 3rd. APRIL. Oukcy 11. Dal by S— 9. Jlilos 1U. Chim-liilla 22—23. MA\ Goonibuugee '2. Tarooni 5 — 7. Boonah 7—3. Roma 13—14. ,, . ... Gayndah . 14-^15. ' Ipswich 20—23. Kill; i\ an 21—22. Biggcndcn 22—23. Maryborough 27—30. JUNE. Marburg 3. Lowood 13 — 14. Gladstone 18— 19. Mt. Lareoin 20—21. Roddiawpton 25—28. JULY. Maekay 1 — 3. Gatton 9—10. Townsville 8—10. Rosewood 18—19. Caboolture 17—18. Nanibour 23 — 24. £sk 25-2G. Maleny o0 — 31. AUGUST. Royal National Association 11—16. CroVs Nest 27—28. SEPTEMBER. Beenleigh- 10—20. ? . . Rocklca 27.

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THE TURF AUCKLAND, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

THE TURF AUCKLAND, January 2. Barry Abraham Samuels, tailor, of Hamilton, was lined £300 on charges of keeping a cbmmon gaming house. Thje magistrate wild that apparently Samuels operated on a very extensive scale and his turnover Appeared to be about £10,000 yearly. ' , . He had been fined £25 previously. SYDNEY, January 3. . Mr. J. C. Field, a well known trainer, died yesterday at the age of 63 years. Mr. Field trained Leeboo and Burra form among other horse*. BRISBANE, January 3. With his mission probably the Oak leigh Plate and Newmarket Handicap, the Highport colt', Wise Force, will leave for Melbourne by the Canberra to-morrow. We will be in charge of Trainer \V. Playford. In Petto will also make the trip. WELLINGTON, January 5. When Lucky Flight won the Final Handicap at Invereargill races on Fri day, 'crowds- on the lawn a'nd outside the enclosure rnmnienoed a hostile de monstration against W. T. Hazlett, the horse's owner, who is also president of the club, and the rider-tr...

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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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ALPHA BENEFIT RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ALPHA BENEFIT RACE CLUB. The Alpha Benefit Race Club held a meeting on New Year's Day. Results : Maiden Plate, 4 furlong's— Jacksup (Newsome) 1, Dandy, 11-0 (Logan) U. Santa Claus, 11-0 (Ross) 3. Seven started. Time, 53J sees,V' '.' Alpha Handicap, 6 furlongs— Curator, 11-11 (Everingbamj 1, Participant, 11-6 (Marshall) 2, Lady Blue, 9-9 (Newsome) 3. Five started. Time, 1-23$. Hack Race, 5 furlongs — Philrose, 10-3 (M'Hugh) 1, Rondero, 10-3 (Jones) 2. Non Claim, 9-10 (Peuder) 3. Six started. .Time, 1-8. New Year Handicap, . 7 furlongs Sydney E., 10-3 (Blarney). A walk over. ? ?? Grand Stand Handicap, 5 furlongs— Rondero, 10-3 -(Jones) .1, Philrose, 10-10 (M'Hugh) 2, Roan' Knight, 10-3 (Mar shall) 3. Nine started. Time, 1-8. Consolation Handicap, 5 furlongs Lady Princess, 10-3 (Newsome) 1, Par ticipant, 10-5 (Marshall) 2, Lady Blue I 9-9 (Hamilton) 3. Seven started. Time, ' 1-SJ. ? j The committee is to be complimented on its conduct of. the racing, which wat- very clean. The attendan...

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GOGANGO RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

GOGANGO RACES. The meeting of the Gogango Race Club took place on Saturday last, having been postponed from Boxing Day, o\v iiiy to unsuitable train arrangements on that day. The attendance was not u[- to expectations. No doubt the prevail in': dry weather had something to do with it. However, those who attended saw fair fields line up and good racing. The stewards asked Gibson, the rider of Envelope, a few questions in con nection with his riding of that horse, and the answers were accepted as satis factory. J. Daley was before them also for his handling of Bay Melba in the Trial Stakes. He was given some ad vice for his future guidance. The course was in splendid order, the club has h;i|( it recently graded to the half-mile and enclosed with a neat j-ost and rail fence, and it compares more than fav ourably with most country courses. Tin1 publican's booth and the tea niiH. ic« cream stalls did fair business. A well attended dance was held at night, Scam- ! mell'e Orchestra supplie...

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TAMBO RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

TAMBO RACES. The following are the results of the Tain ho Amateur Racing Club's Christ mas meeting: — First Day. Maiden Hack Rum;— L. P. Kent's Pal nell 1, R. Barton's Waterspout 2, A. Bow yer's Object 3. Mt. Pleasant Open Handicap — L-, 1\ Kent's Disciple 1, R. Buckley's Apaciie 2, R. Barton's Quicklove 3. Lansdowne Hack Handicap — D. M'Kay'g Rockasia 1, H. Hobbs' Donco i, J. M. Rogers' Miss Canor 3. Ladies' Bracelet— A. J. H'Leod's Mafu 1, Fred Lynch's Flatterer 2, T. J. An drews' The Seed 3. Westquarter Handicap — R. Buckleys Apache 1, R. Barton's Lucille 2, Fred Lynch's Goosegirl 3. ' Tambo Station Hack Handicap— L. I Casey's Woodrusk 1, H. Hobbs' Donco 2,! R. Barton's Persian 3. I Second Day. Novice Hack Handicap— L. P. Kent's Patnell 1, R. Barton's Waterspout 2,! H. Hobbs' Tall Syce 3. Greendale Open Handicap— R. Buck ley's Apache 1, D. M'Kay's Rockasia 2, U. Barton's Lucille 3. Ennibkillen Hack Handicap — S. Og--i ilc-n's Plain Sake 1. W. A. M'DonaldV Tambo Pride 2, A. J. M'L...

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NAVAL EXPERTS. LONDON, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

NAVAL EXPERTS. LONDON, December 31. 'The incidents connected with the Em den and Karlsruhe illustrate most clear ly the indisputable fact that the cruiser requirements of the Empire are not mea surable by the naval strength of other nations,' said Lord Linlithgow, President of the Navy League, and formerly Go vernor-General of Australia, in a New Year message. 'The length and importance ot trade routes and the immense difficulties iu bringing action against hostile com merce raiders must necessarily govern our requirements. 'Naval experts alone are capable of laying down the British policy.'

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ONLY £300. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ONLY £300. LONDON, January 6. The 'Daily Express' says it under stands that the late T. P. O'Connor's will reveals n total net personalty of only £300. The will is notable for its be quests. Small personal treasures have been left to many friends. The deceased bequeathed a snuff box, of which he pos sessed 20, to the House of Commons.

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OUR FINANCE. LONDON, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

OUR FINANCE. LONDON, January 4. 'The Observer' says: — 'The finan cial problems facing the. Australian Treasurer are likely to tax his in genuity to the utmost. The crux lies in the heavy maturities, in addition to which State loans total approximately £35,000,000, while national income is likely to be £30,000,000 under that of last year, owing to the fall in wool values and a shortage in the wheat harvest.

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THE NEW YEAR. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

THE NEW YEAR. LONDON, January I. London welcomed the New Year, in the heartiest fashion. In B[)ite of the great extension of the facilities for indoor celebration, huge crowds congregated at Trafalgar Square and other places, where there were old time features, balloons, paper hats, singing and cheering. The newspapers are glad to get rid of the old year and eeem enthusiastic about the prospects for the New Year.

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FLYING STUNT. SANTA MONICA (Cal.), January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

FLYING STUNT. SANTA MONICA (Cal.), January 2. Two commercial cabin aeroplanes, each believed to be carrying five per sons, collided three miles off shore and crashed into the sea. It is considered probable that all were killed. The planes were flying as a stunt per formance for Fox Films Corporation. One passenger was Kenneth Hawks, director, husband of the cinema l^trrgs Mary Astor, and brpther-iu luw of Bee sie Love. The accident was reported by a third plane from which an aviator was about to leave on a parachute jump. The pilot of the third plane said h* Baw the planes meet head on, burst into flames and drop into the sea. Fishing boats rushed to the scene in an endeavour to rescue the occupants.

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DUNDEE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

. DUNDEE RACES. Rain interfered with the two days' meeting of the Dundee Racing Club, ' says our correspondent. For the | three days the weather had been threatening, with occasional showers. On New Year's Day the rain held off until the races started and then there were further showers. In the last race Smart Don had a walkover, as the owners of the other horses did not care to start owing to the very heavy condition of the track. The racing was very good. The attend ance was poor. The weather con tinued showery for the second day. but the committee, after consulting the horseowners, decided to go on with the programme. A number of owners, however, decided that the track was too risky and would not race. This accounted for the small fields on the second day. Mr. G. Jackson now becomes the absolute owner of the Dundee Cup. This was donated some years ago by the late Mr. M. Beak. The conditions were that it had to be won twice by the same owner, but not necessarily by the same horse....

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BROTHERS DROWNED. PERTH, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

BROTHERS DROWNED. PERTH, Tiinuiuv I. Roy Harding, 18, and Georgs Harding, II, were drowned iu the Swmi Ltivcr last night. The boys were fishing in shallow v ;;Ur and it ,js believed the younger boy got into deep water. ' The elderly brother attempted to res cue him. Both' bodies were later recovered. Clothing found on tlie, bank' near the scene of the tragedy leads to the be lief that others also lbst their lives, and the police continued dragging all night in the hope of solving the mystery of the unclaimed clothing. No bodies, however, were found. ' Roy Harding, who was a prominent cricketer, was selected to go to Victoria with the State Colts' team, but declined the invitation.

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STATE SHIPS. LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

STATE SHIPS. LONDON, January 3. Though during the past four year? several countries, including Australia, have abarloned the experiment ot State-owned ships, the correspondent ot the 'Morning Post' at Barcelona says that a State decree has been issued; creating a State-controlled company, in order to take over the shipping lines to North and South America, the Phil ippines, the Canary Islands and othef Spanish possessions. The Government has invited tender* for running the services on the basis of sharing the profits between the com panies und the Government, the com panies continuing as separate entities and managing their own lines.

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

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BRITISH LOANS. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

BRITISH LOANS. -' LONDON, January 6. Some confusion appears to exist in Australia concerning income tax exemp tion on British loans arising from a rul ing that the recent C per cent conversion loan is not exempt under section 46 of the 1918 Income Tax Act, which pro vides for exemption from taxation and super taxation interest on Treasury securities when it is known that such securities are in the beneficial owner ship of persons not ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom. In order to clear up doubts, the Board of Inland Revenue has supplied a written ruling that the conversion loan was not one OH the securities to which section 46 was applicable. The exemption applies to three casea, namely, the 5 per cent war loan, the 4 per cent funding loan.. 1000-1090, and the 4 per cent victory bonds. There it no question of the withdrawal of these exemptions.

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