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THE LIGHT HORSE CAMP AT GLEN INNES.
-H. Coo p Studios photos.
Inspection parade of the 12th Light Horse Regiment.
The Tamworth Troop.
Sergeant H. N. Cross, Troopers E. Kachel and G. R. Morris, and Cor poral R. Brown, of Tamworth, winners of the contest for best turned out section. Sergeant Cross also was the winner of the best indi vidual turn-out at the military gymkhana.
Vickers machine guns in action, using ball cartridge.
Loading the transport lorry for a bivouac in the ranges.
Sabre charge by the Tamworth Troop.
A UNIQUE RACE. Eight horses from King's Plains station which provided one race by themselves at the recent Glen Innes Picnic Races.
—H. Coop Studios photo. |A
THE RECENT PREMIERS' CONFERENCE IN MELBOURNE. Round the table from left: Messrs. A. M'Callum (Minister for Works, W.A.), P. Collier (Premier of West Australia), J. Mullan (Attorney-General, Q.), M. P. Hynes (Minister for Works, Q.), W. Porgan Smith (Premier of Queensland), E. S. Spooner (Assistant Treasurer, N.S.W., who is partly hidden), H. E. Man ning (Attorney-General, N.3.W.), B. S. B. Stevens (Premier of New South Wales), C. W. C. Marr (Com monwealth Minister for Health and Repatriation), Senator A. J. M'Lachlan (vice-president of the Federal Executive Council). Messrs. J. G. Latham (Federal Attorney-General), J. A. Lyons (Prime Minister and chairman of the conference). Senator Sir George Pearce (Minister for Defence), Messrs. F. H. Stewart (Fed eral Minister for Commerce). R. G. Casey (Assistant Commonwealth Treasurer), J. P. Jones iAssistant Trea surer, Vie). R. G. Menzies, K.C. (Acting Premier of Victoria), Colonel H. E. Cohen (Honorary Minister, Vie), Messrs. R. L. Butler (Premier of South Australia). S. W. Jeffries (Attorney-General, S.A.), Sir Walter Lee (Acting Premier of Tasmania) Messrs. H. S. Baker (Attorney-General, Tas.), and C. E. W. James (Chief Secretary, Tas.). —-Sun" (Melbourne) photo.
CHAMPION LADIES' CREW. .. . Misses A. Hampson (stroke). F. Crossett. P. Briggenshaw, R. Groszman, of Bundaberg, with Master W. Weitemeyer as cox., who won the Ladies' Four-oared Championship of Queensland, half a mile, rowed on the Brisbane River.
LADY CRICKETERS. Members of the Queensland and Victorian women's cricket teams who took part in the inter-State carni val in Sydney. —"The Sun" Feature Bureau photo.
THE CHIMNEY STACK IN THE BUSH. This chimney stack, which is about 50ft. high, was built in 1872 at the Mount Clara mine, and is composed of stones obtained near by and held together by a mortar made of lime and sand. At that time nearly 300 men were working at or near the mine. Now the site is occupied by tall saplings. —H. Crawford photo.
A HAPPY PARTY. Some of the tourists who recently enjoyed a trio to Noumea on the P. and O. liner Mongolia. Standing: Mr. W. H. Moore. Mrs. Moore. Mr. S. E. Trevitt iGoulburn). Miss E. Kinchington (Mitchell), . Mrs. Colin Cameron 'St. George). Mr. E. P. Thomas (Goulburnj, ym Miss Olive Kinchington •Toowoomba), Mrs. James Ferrier (Roma), and Mr. O. E. J. Bartlett (Brisbane).