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

GOOVIGEN   Despite the inclement weather there, was a good attendance at the dance held by the Goovigen School of Arts committee on New Year's eve in aid of the institution. Owing to the weather, the Wowan Orchestra was un   able to make the journey, but dunce music was supplied by Messrs. A. Taylor, G. Clansfield and T.But   ler (accordeon), aud C. Assay (mouth organ). Mr. C. Assay was an effi cient M.C. The novelty waltz was won by Masters Donald Stone and Karl Bickhoff, and the Monte Carlo waltz by Mr. B. Caveuagh and Miss Russo. Mr. S. Stone gave an exhibition of the the wallaby hop. Refreshments were provided, and a good profit resulted. On the night of the 18th the Goovi gen L.P.A. will hold a benefit dance in the Gooviden School of Arts in aid of Mr. S. Kent, who recently had his left hand blown off by gelignite.   The following is the detailed rain fall for December — 1st 5 points, 2nd 5, 3rd 15, 19th 100, 21st 10, 29th 10,...

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APPALLING DISASTER. PANIC IN A CINEMA THEATRE. CHILDREN TRAMPLED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

APPALLING DISASTER. PANIC IN A (MM A THEATRE. CHILDREN TRAMPLED TO DEATH Over 80 children have already been certified dead and hundreds are lying injured in hospital as a result of the worst cinema tragedy in the history of Great Britain, when an out* break of fire in the operating box of the Gelm Cinema, Paisley, about six miles from Glasgow, caused a panic among a huge audience of children attending a matinee performance. When smoke began to pour into the hall there was a mad rush for the main exit, and children, some only toddling infants, were crushed and trampled down underfoot. Gas brackets were torn from the walls and the poisonous fumes filled die theatre, causing many deaths. The building was surrounded by frantic parents, who rushed hither and thither in a vain attempt to find their children. Heartrending scenes were witnessed at the infirmary, where distracted mothers identified as their children infants who had been identified before. Ghastly stories of tragedy and heroi...

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QUEENSLAND v. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

QUEENSLAND v. NEW SOUTH WALES. At time of writing Queensland ap pears to be in for a severe drubbing ironi New South Wales. The latter team had first U6e of the wickets, ami the Northern players did well to get them out for 2?5, Andrews heading tuo scoring with 50. tiradman went very eany as tne result 01 a smart catch by Lceson, who performed with merit be hind the stumi'S, dismissing three good batsmen in Andrews, Bradman, and M'Cabe. Tlr.ulow and Hurwood again demonstrated that they are the main stay of the Queensland bowling line. Queensland first innings score fell ehort of the home team's by eight runs, Good win (07) and Benstcad (51 ) being the only batsmen »o show out.- M'Cftbe, an other rising Welsh colt, who is both a good bat and howler, secured five of tbc wifkels, and Fairfax, another younj ltoyer, three. In its second innings New South Wales dealt unmercifully with the howlinx, and when plav had veased o« Saturday three wJckets were down for .'08. On Monday New South W...

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

He Confesses! He now awakes 'fresh, alert, vigorous, happy.' ' Without the least faith, indeed with its marvellous health-giving properties.' the utmost scepticism, I commenced, two W. E. C. years ago, to take the daily dose of Krus- Original letter on file for inspection chm Salts in my morning cup of tea. Kfuschcn fa a fec{ bJend of thosc six ' The result has been this, that ever since, natural ^^ which are vita! t0 your and without missing the dose upon any bod[W weU being- The an,^ & m occasion, I have enjoyed the most perfect the bottle. Th|re arc ^^ and health-to-day I look back upon twenty- m2gnesixim l0 dear away the waste four months of energy, renewed vitality, matter ^ clo^ your f8yslem and and a condition of mind and body indicat- ^^5 your bbod- To feed your ing a state which is remarkable m the ,issueSj therc's the tonic pot^n,. *««« *'« wk0 * m the *nady *lde °f The daily dose of Kruschen will keep muau life. you jn constant good health. Buy a *' I awake every ...

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REV. G. M. PEARSE. LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

REV. G. M. PEARSK. LONDON. January 3. The Rev. Mark Guy Peavse, who was for over half-a-century a popular Wus leyttn Minister, author and lecturer, died yesterday. He would have been 88 years old to morrow.

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A. ERSKINE SMITH. VANCOUVER, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

A. ERSK1NE SMITH. VANCOUVER, January 2. A. Erskine Smith, mining broker, sol dier of fortune and gentleman adven: turer on three continents, better known as 'The Famous Apalation,' or 'Cool- gardie Smith,' died on Wednesday. He earned the soubriquet of t ' Cool gardie Smith' on the Australian gold diggings, where he won and lost half a-dozen fortunes. He won the light heavyweight chain pionship of Johannesburg in the earlv nineties and was a pioneer of the Klondyke goldh'elds. Smith was born in f1867 at Launces ton, Tasmania, and while in Australia was a eorupauion of Frank tilaviii, the Australian boxer, who died recently, and Frank Gotch, the American wrestler.

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

FMERALD. I'ol It i \\ in;; e.wtosively liot weather u- I K leu wcc'as h;^o. splendid rains iia.\c ; now tal Ion tluougliuut the district, and i the country is veoponding nicely in coji j sequence. Stormy at first, the weather has now settled down with every ujj pcaVance of a wet season. The rains caused a strong fresh in . the Nogo.i River, which previously was becoming very low, and would have, necessitated within a week or so, the shifting of the railway pump in the Nogoa Uivci.l an occurrence which so far has neicr ' ? happened at Emerald. ; A very successful and enjoyable time viia spent in Loch's Dunce Palais, when the newly -formed Golf Club held it initial social function. There waa a;i excellent attendance and several novel- ; ties added zest to the evening. A sub- ' atautial n-ofit resulted. At a bpecial meetin;: of the Emerald Hospital Committee held on Thursday night the resignation of Dr. H. P. Ui.f lies as medical officer was accepted with regret. Dr. Fox was appointed ...

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MT. MORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

MT. MORGAN. 'I'lii1 dungcr-i fha( Inset thy licenced motor driver were forcibly illustrated the olTi'cr night, when Mr. Sam Honey well. -ilic. well known driver, look a couple of pasM'iiger.* o/I' a train in tJie height of a storm. Crussinc M'uudic Creek, with (lie water running strongly and the- nijjht pitch dark, the engine stalled. A paM-cugcr got out to give the car a kick «-M'. ami Miter several tries the engine stinted. The passen ger jumped aboard. The car not out just as a wall of water swept, down the creel;. It was a close shave. In the Majrict rule's Court, before Mr. C. E. Gny. J.P.. judgment by default was piven in fawnir of Joseph Runisey «»ainst K. Walkci- fur i'JI -Is., witli Its. (id. cobls. Captain E. F. lone.-, of the Salva tion Army, who has been stationed here for the past two years, has' received notice of her transfer to lughuin. I'V.ji I :i in Jones has iicen comniissidned to open un i\ hrn.tu'h -if the Army at that thriving &ug;tr centre. During her ...

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

WINTON. It can fre. safely as-ertu-l that the past week Jias been th? «juicic-l Christ mas season in the history of Wintoii. Only a few shops v i-rc open at night -ni Christmas 3T.vc. and even tiiesj did not appear to be doing an extraordinary ' nmuuiit of trade, (f anything, tlici .? were less people in town than usuu;, no. doubt owing to seaside migrants !e..v- | ing her.: in big nuinbci'o i r -i Jvw weeks previous. In the early part of the week the weather was extremely hot, and on Saturday tlu-re was (scattered fali- , around th-s district, the town receiving ! unly a few di-o]is. A few diiys before ?- freak st'irui occurred at Wyora. rcgi tcring 177 points. Th--_- rain did ii'»' extend beyond a radius of a mile it ml a-Iialf from the station, and no oilier selection in the vicinity received any. On Sunday the 'sky was overcast ul! day. Little rain fell in town, but llier? Wire scattered t-howcrs iu outside placuh, a few good falls being registered Although the rain has so caref...

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BOXING. CANTON (Ohio), January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

BOXING. CANTON ((Hi in). January I. (Jeurge Cook, the Australian, won a close decision in a Ill-round limit will: Wine. Neither showed particular .iliilitx. Cook had (lip advantage in inlighling showing a fair uppercut but was unable to withstand Wine's rushes. Both wore overcautious anil missed blows. Towards the end Oo-ik seemed hurt, but he kept plodding in with hard short blow?. BU1SBANK, -lanii.tiy 3. At the Stadium to-night H.-rt O borne, 0-oA (Melbourne) c.esi'.etl a grind impression by stopping Joe Dunn. ll-ti1. (Gympie) in the sixth round. Tliiiin ^as no matcJi for flic vigorous Vic(oii;Mi. Dan Kilchic, 10- 1] (Nr-wcii-Oi knocked out Harry Mason, lO-'Jl (Hris SYDXEV, January 4. At the Stadium, Bill Tyson 8-7. beat Jack Harris. U-SJ, on points,' after a scrambling fight. MICKIiY WALKER, American Boxer.

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A SCORELESS DRAW THIRD RUGBY TEST. AUSTRALIANS SUPERIOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

A SCORELESS DRAW THIRD RUGBY TEST AUSTRALIANS SUPERIOR. Despite pessimistic fureeiwi-i made following the Aubirnliaii Huirij1-' I.u;il'uo team's net-backs at the hands -jf comparatively weak county lea ins. the .Australians carried oil all the honours of a scoreless diaw against England in tlie Third Test match at Swinton on Sutur d.ty. Although neitlicr side could claim victory, the critics hare ;i warded the highest praise to the Australians, who weie robbed of victory by a line umpire's mistake. ?? ? The Australian forwards playi'd one of their best s;anies. during the tour, and that, combined wjtli the superior tactics of the Australian backs, who riddled the Eiiglieh defence by means of the short, kick, plus the extraor dinary -kill of McMillcn at full back, inadu them musters of the game, even alliiiKigh they did not succeed in cross ing Kngland's line. Botli^ sides have now. won -me test, and the third and last \\iis a draw. It lias been sug gested dial u deciding game be |'l...

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DR. OTTO PELTZER. BRISBANE, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

DR. OTTO PELTZER. UlilSHANK. January ^. Dr. nil' I'ellzer. the I'umous Ucruja:: athlete and holder of many world'-1 if cord* for middle distance running, spent a lew hours in UrHiane to-day, en route to Sydney and Mellioutne. where lie will compel p against Au-ui I i n ' ?« lip^t at 1111 - tes. Dr. I'l'li/.cr -iiiil tin1 -n:rnian Assdcia lion would j -o i m i t. him to run only three races in Austiali.i and he wk-. .-orrv it would «ll-T IIip sniiihein schu -lule'. Dr. IVlt/.er i, a Ductur 'I Soi-i^l Science and is J!i yeai- --l age.

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

BILLIARDS. LONDON. December :il. Th* latest scores are: — Lindrum (in play), 17.664 (includir.i: breaks of 1194, 657. 243 unfinished) ; Smith, 14.809 (including 1239, 002, 342. 320). The contestants established another world's record with two four figure breaks in the snme session. LONDON, January 1. Latest scores: — Lindruin (in play). 18,72-i: Smith, 17.812 (including a break of 1047). Smith was in rare form, both in the afternoon and evening sessions. but Lindrum was credited with the only re cord in the day's play. In the course of a break of 206 he compiled 100 in exactly 50 Beconds. The referee informed the spectators that this was a world's record. LONDON. .1 unitary 2. Walter Lindrum broke the Scottish rcsord «n nis match «gaitifet Willie ] Smith, the nritisli champion. tod^y , with a Ijicak of 214U. which include! runs of ,'.7, IU. ?*-(!. .'3, 7«. and 71 nuieci.i aiiuons. He failed mi u i'd winner at the U-\- -i the table. This i- l.iudriiinV 20th four liguix1 ineak vince \...

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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. ROCKHAMPTON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. ROCKHAMPTON, January 2. Mrs, Pefccy Williams and her cnildren *^HiiiijbJiorpe.) arrived; from the south by the mail^ train yesterday afternoon on a .-?visit'to Mrs. Williams' parents (Mr. and Mrs.- JV G.- Keith, Woodville-street). Mr.. Cameron Hutton has returned' to Bockhampton after spending . a week at Emu -Park, He is staying, with his pa rents. (Mr. and Mrs. F,'W. Hutton, Jes ' sie-street, The Range) and'is leaving' 'for the west to-morrow. ? ? ' ? Mr, J, Kerr has. .arrived, in Rock hampton from . Hampden '. .Downs. Mrs. W. D. Crombie and fatally ar rived from the west yesterday. They stayed at the Criterion Hotel and left by the mail train -at noon for the south. Mr. Noel Landgberg has returned from Waverley Station, where he has been the guest of Mr. C. W. Wright and Miss Wright. Mrs. G. P. Allen, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Archer at Archer for a few days, is now staying with her sister (Mrs. R. S. Archer) at Gracemere. ? Miss J. Nott ar...

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

BOULDERCOMBL: Jf motor vehicles indicate protiperity our village is surely one of the wohi prosperous in Queensland. Mr. 1*. Hinchclillc's new Ford truck, Mr. 11. Davidson's Overland utility, Sir. J. Irishman's Overland have been: ttddcti to the fleet. What an evolution fn speed since Charley Mul ray's fivc-in-haiid coaching daw! Iwclve members were present at the monthly meeting of tho L.P.J.. also three visitors. It was resolved to make further inquiries regarding aj Stal-: conference- resolution — 'Rebate on pet rol to non-road users.' Mr. LJ. Dvvyer was appointed delegate to the C.Q.F.G.A. January meeting, assisted by Mr. M. V. Canter. It was also decided to hold this meetings on Saturdays on or before fuil moon of each month. The secretary was instructed to draw the attention of the Hocklmmplou City Council to a very b»d water crossing within the city area between tho Balmoral Hotel and Bow Bridge. Light showers foil on Sunday and for the 48 hours ended on New Year's Eve Si in....

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OBITUARY. MR. R. H. LEGGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

OBITUARY. MR. R. H. LEGGO. The death of Mr. Raymond Arthur Leggo, an officer of the Commonwealth   Bank, and son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Leggo, Clayfield, Brisbane, occurred at Broken Hill, New South Wales during the Christmas holiday period. The deceased, who was 31 years of age, was born at Mossman, New South Wales, and received his educa- tion in Sydney. He entered the bank service in Sydney at the age of 16 years, and served at Rockhampton and Maryborough before his transfer to Broken Hill, where he occupied the position of accountant. He also acted as manager at Longreach for a period. The cause of his death was enteric fever. The late Mr. Legge was an enthusias- tic golfer and cricketer, and he was successful in many other branches of sport. In addition to his parents, he is survived by two sisters, Mesdames C. R. M'William (wife of the manager of the firm of Messrs. Brown and Dureau, Brisbane), and C. Gregory (Prairie Lawn, Forest Hill), and one brother, Mr. Keith ...

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ROAD TO BERSERKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ROAD TO BERSERKERS. The Ctuncil also approached Mr. For&e on . the question of the-road up to the top .of the Berserkar*. Putting the case for the Council, 'the Mayor asked if it would be possible to obtain a portion of the £188,000 granted to Queensland for the relief of -unem- ployed for . the purpose of making ' a tourist- road up to the top of the Ber serkers. The. Main .Roads Board; had already made a survey of ,the proposed road. Unofficially, the road .would-cpst £20,000, und Rockhampton would hare to pay £200. or £300 a year. There were 40 acres of level ground on the top. of ilic mountain, 20 acres of wujch could be utilised as a park, and the ^re mainder for building sites. . . In reply, Mr. Forde explained that the money was to be. allocated by ; the M.R.G. and. it was a difficult matter for the Federal Government to step in and say on what worka the money bad to be speufr. .; He suggested that the local members of parliament ' 'get in touch with the B5.R.C. and a...

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

V.. M.. L. & T. CO., LTD.. '^ USTKU.l V\. MKUCANTILi;. L\M) ANU FINANCE COMPANY, LTD. (Jii-:in-|»ji-alcd ISOoA LuNbON. SrDM.V. MEL1JULHNL. BEI.^BAM-:. ToWNbA'lLI.K. Ako ni Buciius A\ rue, Argentine. WOOL A.\D l'KUIJLC.E lilloKhKt=. fcTOCK AND blATlUN AGENTS. Brisbane Q&jc ? 1J9-1-' reek Street P. Sinclair Smith. Mauager. A. M- SiurdtTh, tvuretary. *

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ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

ROUND THE WORLD. j\ (By Cosmopolis). A good deaT. of indignation has Ijcui expressed at the report that Jock Gar den is going to attend a conference oi the ' Keds ' in Russia. There is noth ing to get indignant at in the idea ot Jock going to Russia. The only obj«c .tionable feature of the business is that j he intends to come back. I The Consul-General for China ba& been complaining about the ' dastardly attacks on innocent Chinese.' This is a case of half the truth being worse than a lie. There have also bum dass tardly attacks in. Sydney and ilelbourno on innocent Australians, as. well as on innocent English and Scotch, Irish and Welsh people. The criminal population in some of our cities has attacked everybody, who seems a 6utable sub ject for robbery. But there is nothing in the way of a discrimination againfct Chinese. One often hears ridiculous stories of meanness, but a case liom England, which is ollidally verifiable, will l^aii all fictitious yarns in tliis respect...

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MT ISA. BRISBANE, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 9 January 1930

MT ISA. BRISBANE, January 2. According lo reports received by U'e Coii'iiiUsioner for Police (Air. Ryan) lroin Sub-iuspectoi1 M'Caithy, there is no truth in '.he uiii'Ljiaious that people have been assaulted and threatened by the beer strikers at Mt. lsa. The Home Secretary iMi: Peterson), iu view of the (Statements made lo Uie Press that the business people of Mt. Isn were being molested, instructed s-ub-inspector McCarthy to proceed to Mt. ls;i and niak-: iuvcstigatiuits. The Sub-inspoctor, in a report to the GiniiiiiaMoner, stilled that tlie Mt. Isu Chamber of Commerce was formed yes terday, at a meeting convened by Messrs. Biddlc and Wilson, whose nersiU'il water limiiufacturiiiK premises were declared ''black' by beer strike supporters. , Nineteen busluchs persons person;illy iipprimelicd by Messrs. Biiid'e aud Wil ton attended the meeting. The secretary was interviewed and stated he sent three wires at the insti gation of the coaiuuittee, these being to the Crown Law OlhVc. Ju...

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