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Sep 1892 - Fire in the Welcome Home Hotel. Great Western on one side and WC Smith's Billiard Rooms on the other. : Info added
Dec 1892 - A commodious billiard room being built next to the Great Western Hotel : info added.
Apr 1893 - Billiard licence granted to George Smith, Barcaldine. This relates to George Smith and not WC Smith
Apr 1893 - WC Smith has billiards licence renewed. Patrick O'Reilly running The Great Western Hotel;info added
1897 - WC Smith has billiard licence granted;info added
June 1898 - WC Smith - Lodge Brother puts on a spread at the Great Western : info added
June 1898 - Longreach Football Club reformed at a meeting in the The Great Western Hotel - WC Smith has Great Western Hotel;info added
Oct 1898 - Longreach Fire - WC Smith has Great Western and Billiard Rooms.: Info added.
Oct 1898 - Bill Smith's Great Western Hotel burns down ; info added
Feb 1899 - WC Smith is one of the nominations for Vice President of The Longreach Town Band Commitee ; info added
1899 - WC Smith has Great Western Hotel : info added
1899 - WC Smith owns new buildings in Longreach : info added
May 1900 - WC Smith charged for letting disorderly persons on his premises at the Great Western Hotel ; info added
Apr 1901 - WC Smith's licence for The Great Western Hotel is renewed and he is also granted a Billiard licence. Info added.
July 1901 - Millie Smith in Cinderella at Barcaldine
1903 - References to WC Smith and the Great Western, Agnes Singleton and Samuel Singleton, William Rhodes and James Rhodes - Civil Dispute between Agnes Singleton(nee Aitchison) and William Rhodes. : info added
May 1903 - George Smith takes over The Great Western Hotel from WC Smith;info added
1903 WC Smith transfers licence of Great Western Hotel to George Smith ; info added
MESSRS. Neil McPhie & Co. report the sale of 1600 fat wethers on acct. of W. C. Smith, Bancoora.
Apr1907: " ,,,, 2500 wethers from Dalmore to Bancoora, W. S. Smith owner, A. C. Sutton in charge; ,,,,"
June 1907. ",,,Messrs. L. C. Wooldridge & Co. report the sale of ,,,,; 300 wethers on account of W. Smith, Bancoora.,,," . The following are the latest stock movements ,,,, 4000 mixed sheep from Bancoora to Langdale, R. T. Milne owner in charge;
Aug 1907 Messrs. L. C. Wooldridge & Co. report the sale of 100 wethers on account of W. C. Smith, of Bancoora.
Apr 1908. ",,,Messrs. L. C. Wooldridge & Co report the sale (in conjunction with Dalgety & Co., Toowoomba) of ,,,,,, 6000 wethers on account of W. C. Smith, of Bancoora;,,,"
June 1908: Messrs. L. C. Wooldridge & Co. report hav ing sold (in conjunction with the New Zealand Loan) 640 wethers on account of W. C. Smith,
The following are latest stock movements: ; 640 wethers from Bancoora to Rockhampton, W. C. Smith owner;
Oct 1908: ",,,,, The latest stock movements are as follows,,,,; 2400 wethers from Bancoora to West Longreach. W. C. Smith owner, A. Sutton in charge;,,,,,"
Apr 1909 - Hotel licence granted to George Frederick Smith for Queens. Billiard licence at Eagle St renewed for William Smith. Janet Nolan running the Central. Info added.
May 1909 Lilian Smith and Ida Gibson win Prizes. Lilian did 6 paintings
June 1909: ",,,One hundred and seventy-six wethers from Bancoora were trucked to Rockhampton this week, Macfarlane & Co., owners.,,," "The latest stock movements are as follows,,,, 3400 wethers from Bancoora to Iandra, W. C. Smith owner, A. Sutton in charge.,,,"
1909 - St Andrews Festival Longreach - Millie Smith sings "Only Tired"
Apr 1910 - WC Smith has billiard licence renewed. George Frederick Smith has the Queens and Janet Nolan has the Central. Info about billiard licence added.
July 1910 - Millie Smith breaks her arm for the second time.
Apr 1911. Teresa Mullavey now has the Queens instead of GF Smith. No mention of the Central. WC Smith has his billiard licence renewed. Info about billiard licence added.
16 Dec 1911 - The Misses Ida Gibson and Lillian SMITH of Longreach are returning home today after spending a week in town
September 1916 - The Barcaldine Troubadors - Miss Millie Smith on stage
Apr 1917 - billiard licence renewed for WC Smith ; info added.
Apr 1917 - WC Smith elected as one of the Vice Presidents of The Barcaldine Lawn Tennis Club. Info added
Apr 1919 - Letters of administration have been granted to the Union Trustees Co. of Australia Ltd., for which,Mr. R. J. McCullough, solicitor, is town agent, in the following estates:-Sidney E. Allason, Mena, near Blackall, grazier, late A.I P. who died on July 4th, 1918, personalty, £17,137; William C. Smith, Longreach, grazier, who died October 18th, 1917, realty and personality, £10,410. info added
May 1919 - Patriotic Concert in Longreach - Millie Smith on stage