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HOLIDAYS AND SPEECH DAYS : SCHOOL? FORGET IT!

HASTENING back to Brisbane from Melbourne, Archbishop Duhig flew from Sydney in the New England Airways mail aeroplane, and arrived yesterday morning. He bad had a strenuous week as a leader of the Eucharistic Congress.

HASTENING back to Brisbane from Melbourne, Archbishop Duhig flew from Sydney in the New England Airways mail aeroplane, and arrived yesterday morning. He bad had a strenuous week as a leader of the Eucharistic Congress.

TEACHER was just the nicest man tverl He cracked the funniest jokes as be carved and carved the monster melon, to fill clamorous — and capacious — months. At the East Brisbane State School breaking-up party yesterday. IN CIRCLE: Aw, gee! Is it any good?

TEACHER was just the nicest man tverl He cracked the funniest jokes as be carved and carved the monster melon, to fill clamorous — and capacious — months. At the East Brisbane State School breaking-up party yesterday. IN CIRCLE: Aw, gee! Is it any good?

TRIPPING GAILY from school yesterday, what recked they of horrid old sums and books as dry as dry! Lovely weeks of holiday were ahead, and: the world was a jolly place to be in. This East Brisbane scene was typical of hundreds, amid care-free youth.

TRIPPING GAILY from school yesterday, what recked they of horrid old sums and books as dry as dry! Lovely weeks of holiday were ahead, and: the world was a jolly place to be in. This East Brisbane scene was typical of hundreds, amid care-free youth.

VISIT FROM CARDINAL. — It was a memorable day for Patricia Ryan, a little invalid at the convent con ducted by the Little Sisters of the Poor, Northcote, Melbourne, when Cardinal MacRory gave her. his blessing.

VISIT FROM CARDINAL. — It was a memorable day for Patricia Ryan, a little invalid at the convent con ducted by the Little Sisters of the Poor, Northcote, Melbourne, when Cardinal MacRory gave her. his blessing.

AN ARMFUL of prizes was the happy lot of Joan Chadwick- at the speech day of the Brisbane Girls' Grammar School yesterday. She exchanged felicitations with a school friend, who herself had several awards.

AN ARMFUL of prizes was the happy lot of Joan Chadwick- at the speech day of the Brisbane Girls' Grammar School yesterday. She exchanged felicitations with a school friend, who herself had several awards.

AT the speech day of the Brisbane Grammar School yesterday- the prizes won during the year were distributed to the successful students by the Lientenant-Governor and Chancellor of tbe University (Sir James Blair). The captain of the school (S. P. ^acreedy)' is shown receiving his prizes and congratulations.

AT the speech day of the Brisbane Grammar School yesterday- the prizes won during the year were distributed to the successful students by the Lientenant-Governor and Chancellor of tbe University (Sir James Blair). The captain of the school (S. P. ^acreedy)' is shown receiving his prizes and congratulations.

A STUDY in concentration. — Boussus, one of the French tennis players 'visiting Brisbane, had a hard game in defeating Moon at Milton yesterday. Here is -n example of tbe focus of all bis tennis faculties on a vita] stroke.

A STUDY in concentration. — Boussus, one of the French tennis players 'visiting Brisbane, had a hard game in defeating Moon at Milton yesterday. Here is -n example of tbe focus of all bis tennis faculties on a vita] stroke.

THE SOCIAL SIDE OF CRICKET.— Tea and gay conversation engaged the English women cricketers when they arrived at the Sydney University Women's College, where they arc staying. , From left: Misses Joy Partridge. May Spear, Myrtle Madaglan. Mary Burletson. Mary Taylor. Grace Morgan, Doris Turner. Maroaret Peden( Australia), Betty Green (manager). Betty Arcbdale (captain). Mrs. D. Waldron (o( Brisbane, secretary of tbe . Australian Women'; Cricket Association),' Misses Margery Joy Liehert, Millie Child. ?.'?.?; ?... ? ' :;??? -..?- ? ? ' . . ' ; ? .X\ ' , ??.???

THE SOCIAL SIDE OF CRICKET.— Tea and gay conversation engaged the English women cricketers when they arrived at the Sydney University Women's College, where they arc staying. , From left: Misses Joy Partridge. May Spear, Myrtle Madaglan. Mary Burletson. Mary Taylor. Grace Morgan, Doris Turner. Maroaret Peden( Australia), Betty Green (manager). Betty Arcbdale (captain). Mrs. D. Waldron (o( Brisbane, secretary of tbe . Australian Women'; Cricket Association),' Misses Margery Joy Liehert, Millie Child. ?.'?.?; ?... ? ' :;??? -..?- ? ? ' . . ' ; ? .X\ ' , ??.???

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