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IMPROVEMENTS FOR SCHOOL
Mr. W. Gardner, chairman Wootha kata Shire Council, is in receipt of a letter from the Hon. H. Bruce in which he states that the sum'of £50 from the Unemployment " Relief Fund has been granted forimprovements to the Ma- reeba State school grounds. "
Messrs. Lough aud Gilmour, buyers for-the B.A.T. Co., arrived in Mareeba on .Thursday from the south! The hrst sale .of tobacco ledf for this' season takes place on Tuejday next
Miss Millie Roberts, Mareeba, has re- ceived word that she was successful in passing the examination for appoint- ment as telephonist' àt Cairns. Miss Roberts had the honor of securing sec- ond place out of the 25 candidates who sat for the examination.
Miss May Carne returned home OD Tuesday, after spending an extended holiday with relatives in Brisbane.'
Mrs. H. . Clifford, Hambledon, is at present on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelly, .Mareeba.