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LAIDLEY, May 25.
The names of the following justices ap
Sear on the roster for next week :
lessrs. W. E. Wilson, R. J. Blake, G, Wyman, and W. Ewing.
At a meeting of parishioners of St.
Saviour's .Church of England yesterday, it, was unanimously decided to proceed with" the erection of a new church of brick at a cost of about £500. The present build- ing has been in use for some years.
' At a special meeting of the Town Coun- cil this afternoon a resolution was carried that a cleansing rate of 2#i. per service per year be struck. In' previous years the
rate has been 30s.
' DEGILBO, May 25
New settlers are constantly arriving in the district, the last arrivais being the Skeene family from Victoria, who. have settled on Comiga block.
At the annual Meeting of the Degilbo Lawn Tennis Club last week, Mr. C. Bengt, sen was elected president, Miss Brennan secretary, and Miss Shanks treasurer,'
The committee and «members of the De- gilbo Farmers' and Dairymen's Association are busily engaged in arranging for the show on Juno'7 «and 8, and anticipate a very successful function.
GOONDIWINDI, May 25.
A general «meeting of the Waggamba Shire Council was held1 last Saturday. There were .present-Councillors Gunn (chairman),.-/Dowding, Evmns, Lucas, M'Intyre, Teys, and Treweeke. Regard- ing the appointment of a health officer, it
was decided «to comimnvicate with (the Health Commisdioner explaining ithat as (the area of the «hire «was very large, with a scattered population, a health officer re sidins in Goondiwindi waa practically use- less, and asking that the nppointment might be ' dispensed with. It was de- cided to co-operate with the Local Autho rites' Association in endeavouring to ob- tain a, restoration of the Government en ctawiment. The tender of J. Riddle 'was accepted for clearing prickly pear on the Ballandean-road to the 'Winton «boundary, and in the water and camping reserves at
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