Three sons and three stepsons of Mr. G. H. Cooke, head teacher of the State school at Eumundi, Queensland. Reading from left to right:—Top row: Signaller William E. Cooke, 22nd Reinforcements, 15th Battalion (now [?] England): Private Herbert Wm. Cooke, late of C Company of the original 15th Battalion, killed in action at Quinn's Post, Gallipoli; Signaller Albert Edwaid Cooke, C Company, 48th Battalion, severely wounded at Pozieres, France, in ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 163 words
Wheeled invalid chairs provided by the "Courier" Patriotic Fund for use in the grounds of the institution. Private W. Drury, of the 15th Battalion, is on the extreme right. —Photo, received by the Chief Secretary from the Agent-General. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 46 words
A special meeting of the P.L.L.P. (Pure Literature for Little People) Society (affiliated with the L.W.W.) was held at the Trades Hall, when no one was ...Article : 2,865 words
For a long time in new country letters are a great rarity, and newspapers are unknown (writes Mr. W. Ruddle, Valley, in continuation of his narative). I have ...Article : 1,650 words
The result of the poll taken oil Tuesday, at the South Brisbane School of Arts, for two persons to represent that ward in the Municipal Council during the ...Article : 1,161 words
"The Commonwealth Wuitz," by Leila Ruth Rowland, which has just been published by Messrs. Paling and Co., has the mont of being strongly rhythmical ...Article : 1,914 words
MERLE SEDGMAN, Daughter of Alderman and Mrs. H. Sedgman, of Gympie, Smyth Gold Medallist for 1916. She gained admission ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 31 words
Sir,—Your articles, Fifty Years Ago and More; The Genesis of Roma," are most interesting, also others, and the part where the explorers travelled in ...Article : 294 words
This class is remarkable because of the fact that sixteen of its members sat for the examination and all passed. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 25 words
[?]-Corporal Cormack, of [?] (on the left), and two other Queenslanders are seated on the ground in front[?]. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 28 words
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