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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

When the mercury   climbs up to the     hundred mark   When your tongue seems     like a dry strip of leather     and your throat feels like an     exhaust chute from a furn-     ace you need Pilsener— you   relish Pilsener— for real       Pilsener like Tooheys,       chases weariness and       exhaustion away.       LIGHT AND DELIGHTFUL TOOHEYS Pilsener NEW LIGHT BEER         KODAK PRINTS—each one         absolutely permanent, clear             and full of detail—delighting both yours...

Publication Title: Central Queensland Herald, The
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QUESTION TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

QUESTION TIME. The following questions were asked at the end of the week's sitting, some of which were answered by the Minis- ter in charge o[f] the letter bag. Others are left for other members to get their teeth into. ''THE BARCOO TERROR'': I want to know how to get rid of fowl bugs and ticks. I've tried Cooper's sheep dip and han-o-leen and also by throw-     ing ashes into cracks. They are terribly bad here and in a fairly big fowlhouse too, so some easy method ought to be available. What about it ? "E. J. CRAIG" : Yes, ''Dic Tate, there's a law governing the sale of fire- arms in Queensland and the same or a similar law exists in every other   Australian state. All revolvers are numbered and must be registered with the police, while the necessary police permit must be tendered to the gun- smith before a sale can be recorded. This law only applies to firearms with a barrel less than nine inches. Speaking of revolvers, may I question '' Elfi...

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DISPUTED ACCOUNT. DUARINGA CASE. ROCKHAMPTON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

DISPUTED ACCOUNT DUARINGA CASE. ROCKHAMPTON. January 10. In the Magistrate's Court yesterday the P.M. (Mr. O. E. Power) was asked to adjudicate on a claim by G. E. Fletcher, a storekeeper, of Duaringa, who sought to recover from C. A. A. Sheraton £30 12s. 2d., which he alleged was due for goods sold and use of billiard table. Sheraton denied indebtedness in part and counter-claimed for £21 12s. 6d. for work and labour done and material sup- plied and assisting Fletcher in the per- formance of a mail contract. Mr. H. Dever, instructed by Mr. J. Pattison, appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. A. E. Palmer (Messrs. Rees R. and Sydney Jones) for defendant. Fletcher gave evidence that Sheraton was living at Duaringa in 1927. He had an account with witness and bought the goods claimed for between June and December of that year. The defendant had never questioned the monthly ac- counts. In regard to the counter-claim witness stated that he had a Federal truck in 1927. There was a '' knock ''...

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MEMORIES OF TWO FAMOUS MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

MEMORIES OF TWO FAMOUS MEN. (By E. R. Streeten.) To the uninstructed the conductor's task may seem somewhat of a sinecure. It looks an easy matter to beat time with a stick. The real truth of the     matter is that a great conductor, like a great solo performer, is generally born with a peculiar aptitude for his   work. Certainly it is true that there have been many men with a very real genius for conducting, who as executant musicians would probably never have attracted much notice. Whilst it very often happens that highly successful solo performers, and composers of emin- ence, have proved comparative failures when called upon to conduct. I am open to correction, of course, but at the moment I cannot recall the name of any really great conductor who has also been famous either as a com- poser or solo performer. The truth of the matter is that a   conductor's work requires as much time spent in study, both of subject and technique...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

  LUCAS'     JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE     12½ PER CENT, 2/6 IN THE £ DISCOUNT.     Calling Your Attention to Savings that are Worth While. The Prices are Slashed to     Pieces. They're Savings You've Been Waiting For !     FANCY SPECIALS. AUSTRALIAN HOME FANCY BARGAINS.                   LARGE SIZE CASHMERE BOU- JOURNAL PAPER CHILDREN'S BLOCK SHAPED             LEATHER SCHOOL BAGS, good ?lUBlflHHHp^^ ?                   ? ?* W'S fi QUET SOAP, 3 Cakes in Bo*. DATTCDMC quality, 10 in. Usually 11/6. g VHSHVA 5 ? 1'» /j Jt\M SALE PRICE 1/- Ca...

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FIFTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

FIFTY YEARS AGO. (From ''Capricornian'' Files.) The following are extracts from the issue of ''The Capricornian'' of January 17th, 1880:— Our Brisbane correspondent, tele-   graphing on January 16th, says: — ''At the stock sales yesterday picked bullocks sold at £5 5s. and next in quality at £4 15s. Winton merino wethers fattened on the Downs fetched from 8s. 9d. to 9s. 6d.'' On Tuesday night a large and enthu- siastic meeting was held in the School of Arts to take measures to alleviate the distress in Ireland. Resolutions were passed expressing deep regret at the suffering of the peasants from a failure of their crops, and a succession of bad harvests, and voicing sympathy   with them. A. committee was ap- pointed to raise subscriptions, and £133 8s. 6d. was collected. The death of Mr. Thomas Kearney on January 9th has removed from amongst us another of the old familiar faces. The deceased had been a resident of Rockhampton for the last eighteen years and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

THE SOUTHPORT SCHOOL. (Church of England Grammar School). (Founded and conducted for 28 years by Ven. Archdeacon Horace H. Dixon, M.A., Cantab.) Head Master : B. G. LAWRENCE, M.A. CANTAB. Assisted by a Staff of Rresident and Visiting Masters. Three Houses in the Senior School, Junior House for boys between 8 and 13 years of age. Magnificent new buildings— glorious climate— excellent ground. Boys prepared for all Public Exam- inations. Special form for boys going on the land. Next term commences February 3rd. 1930. For Illustrated prospectus apply : THE BURSAR, The Southport School. Southport.   HARDY BROS. LIMITED, Jewellers. A Delightful selection     of Fitted Luncheon     and Motor Cases for     the Motor Picnic.     A 2101. Luncheon Basket, lined and fitted complete for six persons. Contains forks, teaspoons, rustless knives, enamel plates, china cups and saucer, ...

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GETTING READY FOR FIRST RACING CAMPAIGN OF YEAR. AUTUMN DOMINATIONS CLASSIC EVENTS. LENGTHL LISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

GETTING READY FOR FIRST RACING CAMPAIGN OF YEAR. AUTUMN NOMINATIONS. CLASSIS EVENTS. LENGTHL LISTS.   Nominations are out for the Autumn Handicaps, which will start with the Oakleigh Plate and conclude with the Sydney Cup. Practically all the good horses have been liberally nomi- nated. Weights will shortly be declared. OAKLEIGH PLATE. 5½ furlongs. Murthong, Lot's Daughter, Ber- neil, Stage Saint, I.O.U., Ra- mona, First Arrow, Werber- lie, Isocrates, Myarin, Ominous, Dominate, Lady Seaborn, Bird Cage, Bonny, St. Ardent, Boaster, Aloysia, Treasure Queen, North Star, Zanzibar, Wise Force, St. Andrew, Strogoff, Girouette, Toussaint, Phocis, Limber Up, Kaoota, Mira Donna, Green Wave, Lady Yarborough, Parkwood, Regalette, Spear King, Crouse, Durward, Fission, Halalie, Yarrika, Lady Beth, Cleave, Sang Froid, Mollison, Star Warden, Spanish Galleon, Gilt Edge, My Den- nis. Roc, Last Rain, Fervour, Spear- lette, Peter Green, Biddy Treasure, The Wensum, Mystic Peak, Little Red- ...

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NEWMARKET HANDICAP. G furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

NEWMARKET HANDICAP. 6 furlongs. Boaster, Ramona, Myarian, Parkwood, Halalie, North Star, High Syce, Lady Seaborn, Phocia, First Arrow Cleave, Pollux, Mollison, Fourth Hand, Last Rain, Greenline, Sweet Treasure, Bina- long, Hathhalie, Harry Gavin, Warpoo, Quirk, Gay Ballerina, Holdfast, Eve Paddington, Hiemal, Pay Paix, Credit Thracian Belle, Double Duty, I.O.U-, St. Ardent, Regalette, Galgoglin, Hard Steel, Limber Up, St. Alden, Temoin, Hebrus. Lady Beth, Durwood, Star Warden, Gilt Edge, Meadow Lark, Murthong, Biddy Treasure, Aga Khan, Doradus, Gallo pade, Harrapu Byrgn, Aussie, Ramalus,   Commendation, Reno, Credence, Toper, Note Issue, T'he Graphic, Crowdel, Hus- sar, Spear King, Lady Yarborough, Zanzibar, Standard Bearer, Wise Force, Toussaint, Werbelle, Dingaan's Day. Crouie, Spanish Galleon, My Dennis, Sentre, The Wensum, Fervour, Nepean, Cosy Rug, Greener, King of Revelry, St. Andrewfi, Moorgas, Re- mora, Winfield, Eton Blue, Figure, Taurus, Berneil, Ominous, Bird...

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AUSTRALIAN CUP. 21 miles. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

AUSTRALIAN CUP. 2¼ miles. Easby, In Petto, Plunderer, Running Wild, Lucky Card, Glaive, Tiki, Gleamlight, Sir Galahad, Wood Chatter, Prince Viol, Sir Roy, Looran, Second Wind, Nersetti, First Arrow, Amanathus, Rudyard, Mosstrooper, Eucrates, Barratry, Ar- cadius, Liquid Cry, Nawallah, King Mart, Melosius, Belle Gallante, Tewain,   Burnewan. Sea Money, Kendler, Black- bird, Mondiaga, Ugobit, Pinnacle, Mita- mit, Cosy Rug, Kentle, Caramelo, Fins- bury, Torlonia, Cimbra, Leadight, Glynlyn, Sweet Dream, Announcer, Ba-   varoy, Nashlea, Romany Rye, Penden-   nis, Warpoo, Viridis, Tidal, Octember, Baverwrack, Margate, King Conrad,   Stowe, Kidaides, Naidan, Jeypoor, Sir   Ribble, Mary Spa, Some Quality, Star God, Tangible, Killara, Sceutum.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

£9 - 0 - 0             FULLY MOUNTED THIS   Excellent     Poley         Built on best stock tree,     with extended gullet, of best     selected kip, procurable from   JAMES SMITH & SONS, STANLEY-STREET, SOUTH BRISBANE. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR FURTHER ILLUSTRATIONS AND PRICES. FOR SALE— Farm, 200 acres; Cot- tage, well fenced wire netting, good well, garden, fruit trees, 40 hives Bees. For particulars apply B. HAR- RIS, Clermont. AUCTION SALE. HORSES, HARNESS AND WAGGON. Account Telegraph Department, at RAILWAY YARDS, WOWAN. SATURDAY, 25th JANUARY. At 11.3O. 20 Medium and Heavy Draught Horses and Saddle Hacks, Timber Wag- gon, and large collection of Harness in lots to suit buyers. W. HOSKINGS. AUCTIONEER, WOWAN. LATTICE PANELS READY TO ERECT. CAN ...

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DONCASTER HANDICAP. 1 mile. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

DONCASTER HANDICAP. 1 mile. Rebate, Exact, Gay Ballerina, Prince Otto, Holdfast, Violian, What About It, Veneer, Black Douglas, Ulah, Valdene, Nut Cup, Crown Area, Luita, Baroon, Baandee Boy, Telluride, Versoola, Tui Viti, Sion, Traymobile, Gwillian G., Aussie, Moorgas, Argenaum, Linmat, Eve Paddington, Killarney, Commen- dation, Gesto, Panola, Remora, Ramu- lus, Magdaff, Reonui, Casque d'Or, Clarence, Coolmint, Savannah, Pala- mon, Loquacious, Gleaner, Patadawn, Magnifier, Sir Tarsia, Venetian Lady, Poitiers, Pavilion, Troilus, Dalston, Greensea, Quickfirer, Excitement, Lar- son, Firbolg, Voleuse, Monte Rosa, Ael- red, Assyrian King, Swinfield, Ascalon, Amounis, Assizes, Adrian's March, Heimal, Denis Boy, Parfait, Amour, Royal Flavour, Royal Smile, Comanche, Waugoola, Eton Blue, Coercion, Sir   Ribble, Shillingsworth, Theban, Lipari, Rooster, Kavalli, Dramatic, Fusheen, Roley, Land Leisure, Ruffler, Peace- maker, Gowden, Rozener, High Dis- dain, Reno, Cathmar, Prime Do...

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SYDNEY CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

SYDNEY CUP. 2 miles.   Eillom, Gay Ballerina, Mur- illo, Royal Money, Telluride, The Banker, Clan David, Stock, Rose Lady, Gwillian G., Encroach, Morgas, Papatu, Gipsy King, Cool Jes- ter, Peacemaker, Tidal, King Conrad, Commendation, Gesto, Panola, Mag- daff, Savannah, Palamon, Loquacious,   Statesman, Bacchus, Inducement, Gleaner, Patadawn, Venetian Lady, Sunflare, Zeeland, Quickfirer, John Buchan, Firbolg, Voleuse, Chorus, Jey- pore, Winfield, Wedding Eve, Dion, Royal Gold, Tangible, Baverwrack, Potent, Sharp Son, Autumn Balloon, Satrap, Kilumirri, Mount Gratti, Pay Paix, Oratrix, Concentrate, Night March, Paquito, Marsham, Rabbi, Hunt- ing Cry, Goshawk, Lucky Light, White Fang, Amor, In the Shade. Starpoi, Spearman, Star God, Amounis, As- sizes, Royal Flavour, Royal Smile,   Queen Astre, New Pilot, Chide, Com- manche, Royal Break, Crucis, Wau- goola, Eton Blue, Rubicon, Sir Ribble, Anne Boleyn, Kavalli, Fusheen, Rowdy, Roger, Gowden, Cathma...

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"Herald" Tips For Saturday. R.J.C. Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

''Herald'' Tips For Saturday. R.J.C. Races. SECOND DIVISION KERBALA or ROESTONE. THIRD DIVISION ZEMIDAR or ORION MAID. FOURTH DIVISION BERSERKER STAR or FINLAND'S GIFT.   FIFTH DIVISION SNOWCAPPED or WOLOWA LAD. FIRST WELTER FRENCH LADY or BABY SCHOLAR. SECOND WELTER PULQUE or BERSERKER STAR.

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Challenge And Anniversary. To Be Run Next Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

Challenge And Anniversary. To Be Run Next Saturday. The last of the summer handicaps —the Challenge Stakes and Anniver- sary Handicap — will be decided next week-end. Saturday's racing at Canterbury Park did not throw any fresh light on either race, and the betting mar- ket has not been upset in the slight- est as a consequence. The only disturbing influence has been the announcement by the trainer that Gay Ballerina may not start. The mare, which ruled as one   of the favourites, is not favourably weighted with 8.7, and as there are several races — including the Adrian Knox Stakes, a valuable race reserv- ed for mares-—the stable might be   acting wisely in giving the sprint the go-by. Assuming that they do so, the honour of favouritism will descend either upon Raisin or Remora. Both have shown form during the Xmas- New Year meeting, that entitles them to be given a great chance in a race like the Challenge. Still there are others that are entitled to resp...

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Rough Stuff At Country Meetings. Correction Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

Rough Stuff At Country Meetings. Correction Wanted. THE usual round of bush meetings took place during the recent holidays. The reports concerning them is not at all satisfactory, and it will be necessary for the stipen- diary steward to ''hoe into'' some owners and riders if they continue in this strain. Most of the country racing organisa- tions around Rockhampton are picnic clubs and only amateur riders are allowed to ride. Now in most circles an amateur rider is synonymous with a ''gentleman'' rider. Yet some of the things done by these country lads would make the toughest licensed jockey balk. To deliberately get left at the post and to run off the track were some of the milder prac- tices indulged in. The Yeppoon meeting was de- scribed as like nothing on earth. Of course these things are not practised for love, and the connection of some city bookmakers with the shady doings was by no means above reproach. The C.Q.R.A. stipendiary steward attends most of these meetings with t...

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CAPELLA RACES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

CAPELLA RACES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 15. Our Capella correspondent writes: — Races were held here on Saturday to assist in raising funds to retain a resi- dent doctor in Capella. It is expected that the fund will benefit to the extent of £80. Results :— Maiden Hack Race.— Syzigal (Lon- don) 1, Cisco (Easton) 2, Bobswing (Hayman) 3. Four others. Won   easily. Time, 53 1/5 sees. Dividends, 17s., 3s. 6d. First Snowball Handicap.— Gay Lass (M'Cormack) 1, The Dancer (E. Hut- chinson) 2, Magic (H. Willey) 3. Eight others. Won by a head. Time, 54 4/5 secs. Dividends £1 4s. 6d., 3s. Jumbo Handicap.— Chapilly (V. O'Brien) 1. Three others. Won easily. Time, 54 secs. Dividend, 13s. Open Hack Handicap.— Sunray (Wil- ley) 1, Persia (Hutchinson) 2, Ziltie (Easton) 3. Six others. Won by three lengths. Time, 53 secs. Dividends, 17s., 6s. 3d. Second Snowball Handicap.— Dorothy (J. O'Brien) 1, The Dancer (Hutchin- son) 2. Gay Archer. (London) 3. Three others. Won by two lengths. Divi- den...

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BILLIARDS. LONDON, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

BILLIARDS. LONDON. January 13. The scores in the fortnight's time limit match at London are: — Lindrum, in play, 3080, including breaks of 585, 406, 289,381 and 1027 unfinished; Davis, the British champion, 1604, including breaks of 206, 373, and 552. This is Lindrum's   first meeting with Davis. His bril- liant break of 1027 unfinished is the 31st break of 1000 this season. The scores in the match between Smith and M'Conachie are:— Smith, 13,589, including breaks of 889 and 542; M'Conachie, in play, 12,801, including breaksof 505, 254, 244, 189 and 251 un-

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BOXING. NEW YOKE, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

BOXING. NEW YORK, January 13.   Gene Tunney, the former heavy- weight boxing champion, underwent a successful operation on Monday for the removal of a large stone from the kid- ney.   finished.

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COUNTRY CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

COUNTRY CRICKET Our Raglan correspondent writes: — The Raglan team played the Valley Club from Rockhampton on Sunday last and secured a win by 105 runs on the first innings. Raglan compiled 207, those to reach double figures being W. Bianchi (33 not out), A. Thorogood (35), M. Ramm (29), R. Ramm (18), J. Hiron (15). T. Jameson (12) and E. White (10). R. Grace bowled 22 overs and secured   seven wickets for 105 runs. Cheeseman took one for 9, Jones one for 12, and J. Brown one for 14. Valleys were dismissed for 102   (Cheeseman 24, R. Grace 16, I. Harker 11). A. Thorogood secured three for 11, E. White one for 4, M. Ramm two for 13, M. Parsons four for 41, and R. Ramm one for 27.

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