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Racehorses Going South. QUEENSLAND WELL REPRESENTED. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

Racehorses Going South. QUEENSLAND WELL REPRESENTED. BRISBANE, Tuesday. Queensland will be strongly repre- sented at the Autumn meetings at Randwick. In addition to Heimal and   Eve Paddington, which have recently started at Randwick. Royal Flavour and Royal Smile have also been in the Southern capital for some time, and P. J. Ryan will arrive early in Febru- ary with Myles-La Coplen, Charlie B., Paddie Eve, and Soulton. Both Royal Smile and Royal Flavour are nominated for the Moore- held races on Saturday. They are raced in the colours of a gentleman who hides his identity under the nom- de-plume of ''Mr. Lionel V. O'Hara.'' Royal Flavour is one of the fancies   for the Anniversary Handicap, but   ''Mr. O'Hara'' stated this evening that   it is not yet definite whether she will take her place in the rich handicap   race on the Monday. It will all de- pend on the mare's condition for it is   just seven wee...

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A DAY FOR THE BOOKS. Many Failures On Saturday [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

A DAY FOR THE BOOKS. Many Failures On Saturday The small punters won at the Xmas-New Year meeting. There- fore they were well heeled for specu- lation on the southern events on Sat- urday. They would have done more wisely had they buttoned up pending the next R.J.C. engagement. Royal Glory, Gay Bandit, Gay Mala, Idle Mag and Jicky were the good things sent along, but none of them managed to arrive. To fill the cup to overflowing Ortolo and Chrysylvan were beaten at Mackay.

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THE RACING RESULTS — LOCAL AND SOUTHERN. RACING FIXTURES. JANUARY, 1030. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

THE RACING RESULTS — LOCAL AND SOUTHERN RACING FIXTURES. JANUARY, 1930. 25—Blackall Racing Club. 27 — Rockhampton Jockey Club. FEBRUARY. 8-22 — Rockhampton Jockey Club. MARCH. 8 — Rockhampton Jockey Club. 17 — Dundee Racing Club. 22 — Rockhampton Jockey Club. APRIL. 5 — Rockhampton Jockey Club. 11-12— Isaacs River Picnic Race Club. 11-12 — Camboon Amateur Race Club. 19-21 — Rockhampton Jockey Club. 23 — Dundee Racing Club. MAY. 2-3 — Mackenzie River Amateur Picnic Race Club. 8-10— Thangool Race Club. 17-24 — Rockhampton Jockey Club. JUNE. 3 — Dundee Racing Club. 3-7-20-21-23-25— Rockhampton Jockey Club.

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SHOW DATES. FOR 1930. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

SHOW DATES. FOR 1930. The following show dates for 1930 have been approved by Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies: — FEBRUARY. Stanthorpe 5 — 7. Killarney February 28 and March 1st.   MARCH. Allora 5—6. Clifton 12—13. Tannymorel 15. Goondiwindi 20 — 21. Warwick 25— 28. Toowoomba March 31st and April   2nd.             APRIL. Oakey 11. Dalby 8— 9.   Miles 16. Chinchilla 22—23. MAY. Goombungee 2. Taroom 5 — 7. Boonah 7 — 8. Roma 13—14. Gayndah 14 — 15. Ipswich 20—23. Kilkivan 21—22. Biggenden 22—23.     Maryborough 27— 30. JUNE. Marburg 3.   Lowood 13—14.       Gladstone 18—19. Mt. Larcom 20—21. Rockhampton 25 — 28. JULY. Mackay 1—3. Gatton 9—10. Townsville 8— 10. Rosewood 18—19.     Caboolture 17—18. Nambour 23—24. Esk 25—26. Maleny 30—31. AUGUST. Royal Nati...

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RACING RESULTS. YAAMBA RACES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

RACING RESULTS. YAAMBA RACES. ROCKHAMPTON, January 13. The Yaamba District Amateur Joc- key Club held a race meeting on Satur- day. Although fields were small some good racing was witnessed. The attend- ance was satisfactory. Four bookmakers operated. The Club was favoured with fine, warm weather, and had it not been for the heavy scratchings, the day's sport would have been ideal.       The details of the racing follow:— MAIDEN PLATE, 4 furlongs.   1). Ross's ch m MISS KHARTOUM, (Itys — Lady Khartoum), 6 yrs., 9-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Young) 1 R. Harris's br m Prarie Miss, 9-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Culhene) 2 W. J. White's ch g King Mail, 9-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (White) 3 Only starters.   Betting : 5 to 1 on MISS KHAR- TOUM, 2 to 1 v. Prarie Miss, 10 King Mail. Won by a neck, with three lengths between second and third. Time. 51½ secs. FLYING HANDICAP, 6 furlongs. W. Donov...

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THE TURF. ROCKHAMPTON, January [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

THE TURF. ROCKHAMPTON. January v. In reference to the report that the happening at the R.J.C. races on New Year's Day, when the winner of the Fifth Division, went out without one ticket on her, the first of its kind in the his- tory of a Rockhampton race meeting, such is not the case, says our Mt. Mor- gan correspondent, for a similar thing occurred at a Rockhampton race meet- ing in 1892, when The Lady Killer, owned by Mr. James Scott, then proprie- tor of the Albion Hotel, late O'Reilly's, William-street, won a race, and was not even backed on the tote or with the bookmakers. BRISBANE, January 8. J. O'Connor caused to be issued out   of the Supreme Court to-day a writ against the Kedron Park stewards on behalf of Kavanagh, who was warned off all associated courses by the Ked- ron Park stewards on Monday. It was in connection with the Chippa Shoon incident at Kedron Park on De- cember 30th. Kavanagh is claiming £500 damages. WARWICK, January 9. The Warwick Turf Club's ...

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CANTERBURY PARK. SYDNEY, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

CANTERBURY PARK. SYDNEY, January 11.   Races at Canterbury Park to-day re- sulted as follow : — Maiden Welter (First Heat)— Ignore 1, Bouveret 2, Support 3. Winner at 20's. Second Heat— What about It 1, Gold Tray 2, Carnella 3. Winner at 9 to 2. Third Heat— Sturt 1, Brass Buttons 2. Stock Bay 3. Winner at 4's. Flying Welter (First Heat) — Aga Khan 1, Coercion 2, Gun Club 3. Win- ner at 7's. Second Heat— Kala Moti 1, Eve Pad- dington 2, Circuline 3. Winner at 6's. Third Heat— Rozener 1, Prime Don 2, Workman 3. Winner at 20's. Park Stakes— Chorus 1, Rose Lady 2, Byocto 3. Winner at 7 to 2. Nursery Handicap — Roaring Roger 1, Lucky Dan 2, Ready Roger 3. Winner at 8's. Canterbury Handicap — Gypsy King 1, Octember 2, Francis Cyllene 3. Winner at 10's. Welter— Luddenham and Certificate, dead heat, 1, Charmonte 3. Certificate 5 to 4, Luddenham 7's.

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

ASCOT. Races at Ascot to-day resulted as follow : — Trial Handicap (First Heat)— Palmar- ito 1, Prince Polybius 2, Polly Syce 3. Winner at 9 to 2. Second Heat— Miss Fox 1, Bernardie 2, Leaf Gold 3. Winner at 10's. Baldwin Stakes — Baratol 1, Sheila Deer 2, County Down 3. Winner at 7's. Flying Handicap — All Mag 1, Miss Dry 2, Miss Wolowa 3. Winner at 3's. January Handicap — Silvern's Son 1, Idle Mag 2, Polybius Lad 3. Winner at 8's. Welter Handicap— Rube Paddington 1, Polydorus 2, Demon Lady 3. Winner at 3's. Novice Handicap — Nightcourt 1, Jicky 2, Persian Don 3. Winner at 5's.

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EPSOM. MELBOURNE, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

EPSOM. MELBOURNE, January 11. Races at Epsom to-day resulted as   follow : — Two Year-Old Handicap— Requena 1,   Lucky Saint 2, Spearhurst 3. Winner at 7's. Epsom Plate— Shady Nook 1, Aman- thus 2, Lowfleld 3. Winner at 9 to 2. Purse — Master Meadows 1, Running Wild 2, Lucienne 3. Winner at 8's. Brush Steeple— Seegur Ghat 1, Giff 2, Blarwyn 3. Winner at 4's. Epsom Handicap— Finsbury 1, Nawal- lah 2, Red Sea 3. Winner at 2's. Apprentice's Handicap— Lord Narcis-   sa 1, Rizona 2, Rosbercon 3. Winner at 15's. HAS MORTGAGE ON FARNBOROUGH CUP.— Mr. W. Donovan's ch. g. Cardah (Jemadah— Cinderella) won a double at Yaamba on Saturday— the Flying Handicap and the Heiser cup. He also won races recently at Keppel Sands and Yeppoon. He looks as though he has a mortgage on the Farnborough Cup. His rider (V. Daniels) is one of the best amateur boys that have been in the district.

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A BRILLIANT WIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

A BRILLIANT WIN. The great game played by the Aus- tralian Rugby League tourists in the third test match apparently has had a   great effect in strengthening the morale   of the team, for on Saturday it was never fully extended [to] defeat Salford, probably the strongest team in the Eng- lish League. The Australian forwards, despite great individual play by Bro- gan, Treweeke and Armbruster, did not   do so well as might have been expected, but the Australian back division cut swathes through the Salford men. Laws, though slow, was a tower of strength in defence at the stand-off   half. Salford secured a greater share   of the ball, and on that account pro- bably he was of greater service than   a brilliant attacking man would have been. Kingston scored three tries and Spen-   cer and Shankland one each. Shank- land kicked a goal and Laws two, mak-   ing Australia's score 21 to Sa...

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

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FOOTBALL. BRISBANE, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

FOOTBALL. BRISBANE, January 10. The question of fusion with the Union code was discussed by the Val- ley Rugby League Club to-night. A motion was carried, protesting against the action of the B.R.L. management committee in effecting a fusion with the Queensland Rugby Union without first giving the Valley Club an opportunity of discussing the matter. A further motion was carried that the Valley Club continue to play under the B.R.L. banner.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. LONDON, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

RIFLE SHOOTING. LONDON, January 12. The official results of the shooting for the Empire Cup, 1929, are:— H.M.S. Pembroke Rifle Club, 977 points, 1; Katanning Rifle Club, West Australia. 935, 2; Melbourne Rifle Club, 935, 3.

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MOTOR CYCLING. AUCKLAND, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

MOTORCYCLING. AUCKLAND. January 12. ''Wizard'' Smith, on the ninety-mile beach, broke the Australasian mile re- cord. He covered a mile in 24 3/5 sec- onds, a speed of 146 miles an hour. In a preliminary run, Smith travelled at 160 miles an hour.         WON A DOUBLE.— Laddie K. (Faithful Laddie— Luck K.) followed up   his successes at Keppel Sands and Y eppoon by winning a double at Yaamba on Saturday. He is a great galloper and is owned by Mr. C. W. Geddes.   BRISBANE, January 12. At the Speedway last night, rain caused the postponement of the meet- ing after two races were held. Smythe beat Arthur in a match race over four laps after one of the great est races seen on the track. Smythe was behind in the first 100 yards, but executed a brilliant cut in and took the lead. After a desperate race, Arthur fell at the end of the third lap. The race was won in the wonderful time of 1-13 1/5. BRISBANE, January ...

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CRICKET. AUCKLAND, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

CRICKET. AUCKLAND. January 13. England won the first test by eight wickets. In reply to New Zealand's     first innings score of 112, England made 181. The tail collapsed as a result of good bowling by Blunt. Duleep- sinhji scored 49, Woolley 31, and Legge   36. New Zealand, in their second in- nings, complied 131, Lowry scoring 40.   England won the match when two wic- kets were down for 66. Of these runs     Duleepsinhji secured 33 not out. The New Zealanders gave a disappointing   display.            

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SHEFFIELD SHIELD. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DEBACLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

SHEFFIELD SHIELD. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DEBACLE. A short time ago South Austra- lia secured a straightout win over New South Wales, but the Welsh-   men evened the score by defeating     South Australia this week, even more convincingly. The South   Australians made a very poor show- ing, victory going to New South Wales by an innings and 220 runs. The latest win puts New South Wales well into the running for the retention of the Sheffield Shield. This State has registered 18 points   out of five matches. Victoria is     second with 11, but it has only   played 3 matches. South Austra- lia has 8 points to its credit out   of four matches. Queensland is   well down the list, with a solitary point, having played 4 matches. On Thursday last New South Wales and South Australia met on the Sydney ground and the home side at one stage had three wickets down for 71, b...

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CITY CRICKET. ROCKHAMPTON, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

CITY CRICKET. ROCKHAMPTON, January 13. Three senior A. games were com-     menced on Saturday, two at the Cric- ket Ground and one at the Show grounds. At the latter place Archers and Gram mars are playing and the ball has so far mastered the bat, for scoring is   low. Brothers are playing Railways and already have piled up a mammoth score, thanks to the Fitzgerald bro- thers and Boman. Wanderers closed   their innings with seven wickets down in the game against Wandals, but the latter are putting up a stubborn fight. BROTHERS' BIG SCORE. Christian Brothers' batsmen had a picnic at the expense of the Railway bowlers, and after a great opening part- nership by the Fitzgeralds, Boman car- ried on the good work. Scores are:—   Brothers—First Innings. T. Fitzgerald, b Carmody . . . . . . 94 M. Fitzgerald, not out . . . . . . . 87 B. Boman, c and b Chardon . . . . 88 L. M'Donough, not out . . . . . . 3 T. Bell. run out . . ...

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

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WANDERERS V. WANDALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

WANDERERS V. WANDALS. Wanderers had first use of the wicket against Wandals, but apart from a splendid century by L. Worthington there is nothing to boast about in their innings. Out of the total of 173 Worth- ington made 109. Wanderers closed with seven wickets down and sent Wan- dals in, but Watson and Gurren put up a stubborn fight and only one was down for 64 at stumps. Scores: — Wanderers — First Innings.   J. Bukowski, b M'Mahon . . . . . . 20 G. Bartlem, b James . . . . . . . . 8 C. Pershouse, c M'Mahon, b Rawlings 1 L. Hill, c and b Rawlings . . . . 6 L. Worthington, b Rawlings . . . . 109 J. Charles, c Ferris, b James . . . . 13 — George, c and b Chase . . . . . .5 Cockburn, not out . . . . . . . . . .7 Sundries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Total for seven (closed) .. .. 173 Bowling — S. Rawlings, three for 29; R. James, two for 53; L. M'Mahon, one for 26 ; — Brooks, none for 8 ; S. Chase, one for 45. Wandals — First Innings. Watson, not out . . . . . . . . . ...

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LOW SCORING. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 16 January 1930

LOW SCORING. Archers and Grammars opened their match at the Show grounds. Neither side did anything remarkable in the way of big scoring, but at present it looks that Archers will have a lead on the first innings. J. Worthington's 43 is BRADMAN AND HIS BAT. — The young New South Wales batting won- der with the bat he used in his world- record-breaking innings. ------------------------------------------------------                 the biggest score. so far. Madge again did some good bowling. Scores were: — Archers — First Innings. A. Black, b Madge . . . . . . . . . . 12 H. Hobkirk, c Bell, b Lodge . . . . . 27 H. Chapple, b Madge . . . . . . . . . 0 J. Worthington, run out . . . . . . 43 W. Dodson, c Anstey, b Madge . . . . 11 R. Dunlop, c Cornwall, b Anstey . . 19 S. Nankivell, b Madge . . . . . . . .5 T. Meyers, b Anstey . . . . . . . . . .1 L. Allen, c Catip, b Madge . . . . . ...

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