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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,307,504
2 NeilHamilton 2,997,988
3 noelwoodhouse 2,784,428
4 annmanley 2,225,988
5 John.F.Hall 2,078,494
...
10 Rhonda.M 1,461,604
11 frankstonlibrary 1,452,016
12 yelnod 1,439,561
13 kayoung 1,420,091
14 JudyClayden 1,359,208
15 SheffieldPark 1,273,558

1,420,091 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2017 12,898
January 2017 16,778
December 2016 14,450
November 2016 15,107
October 2016 16,680
September 2016 16,416
August 2016 16,197
July 2016 15,560
June 2016 15,262
May 2016 15,804
April 2016 15,016
March 2016 13,926
February 2016 12,402
January 2016 16,446
December 2015 18,382
November 2015 17,921
October 2015 18,547
September 2015 15,444
August 2015 16,515
July 2015 15,529
June 2015 15,436
May 2015 17,343
April 2015 15,644
March 2015 15,747
February 2015 14,367
January 2015 15,671
December 2014 15,595
November 2014 15,784
October 2014 17,517
September 2014 18,691
August 2014 17,435
July 2014 17,716
June 2014 17,507
May 2014 17,236
April 2014 16,205
March 2014 17,707
February 2014 16,032
January 2014 17,846
December 2013 18,855
November 2013 18,126
October 2013 21,523
September 2013 20,250
August 2013 30,424
July 2013 30,185
June 2013 25,624
May 2013 32,092
April 2013 25,216
March 2013 19,607
February 2013 20,032
January 2013 18,388
December 2012 22,832
November 2012 25,961
October 2012 20,093
September 2012 15,667
August 2012 27,217
July 2012 20,820
June 2012 21,230
May 2012 16,107
April 2012 18,420
March 2012 20,071
February 2012 16,506
January 2012 17,394
December 2011 17,641
November 2011 18,437
October 2011 16,580
September 2011 16,482
August 2011 18,118
July 2011 22,921
June 2011 20,937
May 2011 21,003
April 2011 22,192
March 2011 20,509
February 2011 28,416
January 2011 13,076
December 2010 4,286
November 2010 812
October 2010 737
September 2010 134
August 2010 4,361
July 2010 10,129
June 2010 9,660
May 2010 8,679
April 2010 7,178
March 2010 404

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,307,501
2 NeilHamilton 2,997,988
3 noelwoodhouse 2,784,428
4 annmanley 2,225,918
5 John.F.Hall 2,078,489
...
10 Rhonda.M 1,461,591
11 frankstonlibrary 1,452,016
12 yelnod 1,439,523
13 kayoung 1,419,424
14 JudyClayden 1,359,208
15 SheffieldPark 1,273,474

1,419,424 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2017 12,231
January 2017 16,778
December 2016 14,450
November 2016 15,107
October 2016 16,680
September 2016 16,416
August 2016 16,197
July 2016 15,560
June 2016 15,262
May 2016 15,804
April 2016 15,016
March 2016 13,926
February 2016 12,402
January 2016 16,446
December 2015 18,382
November 2015 17,921
October 2015 18,547
September 2015 15,444
August 2015 16,515
July 2015 15,529
June 2015 15,436
May 2015 17,343
April 2015 15,644
March 2015 15,747
February 2015 14,367
January 2015 15,671
December 2014 15,595
November 2014 15,784
October 2014 17,517
September 2014 18,691
August 2014 17,435
July 2014 17,716
June 2014 17,507
May 2014 17,236
April 2014 16,205
March 2014 17,707
February 2014 16,032
January 2014 17,846
December 2013 18,855
November 2013 18,126
October 2013 21,523
September 2013 20,250
August 2013 30,424
July 2013 30,185
June 2013 25,624
May 2013 32,092
April 2013 25,216
March 2013 19,607
February 2013 20,032
January 2013 18,388
December 2012 22,832
November 2012 25,961
October 2012 20,093
September 2012 15,667
August 2012 27,217
July 2012 20,820
June 2012 21,230
May 2012 16,107
April 2012 18,420
March 2012 20,071
February 2012 16,506
January 2012 17,394
December 2011 17,641
November 2011 18,437
October 2011 16,580
September 2011 16,482
August 2011 18,118
July 2011 22,921
June 2011 20,937
May 2011 21,003
April 2011 22,192
March 2011 20,509
February 2011 28,416
January 2011 13,076
December 2010 4,286
November 2010 812
October 2010 737
September 2010 134
August 2010 4,361
July 2010 10,129
June 2010 9,660
May 2010 8,679
April 2010 7,178
March 2010 404

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 mickbrook 62,956
2 murds5 53,639
3 jaybee67 38,319
4 EricTheRed 19,873
5 Stephans 19,868
...
26 Audrey1912 789
27 takaouto 772
28 Donsnap 693
29 kayoung 667
30 PollyB 622
31 mccoyneil 613

667 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

February 2017 667


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GOSSIP (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Wednesday 25 June 1947 page 2 2017-02-25 16:30 Mr. and Mrs. H. Scolt (nee Sloan)
'eft on Saturday evening to spend their
'loneymcon at Arcadia, Magnetic Is
Mr. J. Hill, J.K.A.Q.. Judged the
ooultry and kennel section of the
Home Hill nnnual rhow, which was
held on Saturday
Mrs. J. Govern, who has been holi
iuest of Mr. and Mi's. A. Reynolds,
Hodgkinson Street, returned to I
Townsviile on Sunday. I
Master B. Homer, All Scuis' School,
Mr. r.nri Mrs. Ftank Millett, of
Cflirns. nre visitors for the festivities.
Mrs. T. Shepherd and son Tom.
Townsvillc, Mrs. H. Wright snr.,
Townrvllle, visited Charters Towers
at the week-end for the Regan
Hooper wedding
Mr. and Mrs J. Began (nee Hooper)
.prijd their heneymoon at Towns
;lllc and Arcadia, Magnetic Island. |
' Mrs. H. Wright jnr.. Townsvlllo,
wives at tile week-end for the "Back
ind will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ]
3. Matthews, Mary Street.
Miss S McCarthy, who has been
lolidaylng in Charters Towers as thci
;uest of Miss M. Burke. Ryan Street,
-cturned to Mackay on Monday. j
Mrs. L. Pester, 'with her three]
ihlldron, loft cn Saturday's mnllj
'rni'i ,'for Qmtedale. where they will
Misses M. Bassett and O. Wajsh,
Xownsville, spent the week-end as the !
juest. of Miss J. Stout. Craven Street.
.Mrs. M. Hoar, artel- spending a few
lays with her mother, Mrs. W.
Huddy, Jane Street, has . left on her
return to Townsyllle.
WAllangnrin. relumed to the South
<'ii Sunday after a fortnight spent,
wilii his mother, Mrs. Hind, Anne!
Street. ' I
Mr, and Mrs. A. Wright and family,!
Roid .River, returned home .011 Sun- i
Hie 2Jst birthday party of. her slstor,
Dulci.i. !
MifS A. Stout. ToWnsville, spent the"
?venk-end with her . mother, Mrs, A.J
Strut, Craven Street.
Mr. E. Phillips. Stuart, visited his
sister, Mrs. E. Pollnelli. Powlethanga, [
at llu* week-rend.
,Mr. .and -Mrs. J. Carrington,
,To\vnsvilip. paid a short visit to
Charters Towers last week
Miss E. Stout left 011 Sunday to
spend a.fortnight's holiday in Tcwns
villf with, her aunt. Mrs. A. McDanlel.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Petersen,. Brace
borough station. Journeyed by car to
They, are accompanied fcy Miss B.
Mrs. L. J. Brcmhau . reiurnru T
Ayr on Thursday Bfler a short visit
. A eommemoration service in hoi>or
of tlie founding of Thornomisll Col
i lece ? was lield at the Presbyterian
Church at Toowor* (Brisbane, on
Sunday Jiight; 15lb June, sliced In
-enres of P"l slndetlts of Thornbnl'gh
inotired wer«: Dr. r.r.d Mrs. Ross
iMnXWC Mr. h. A. .T-robs. Dr. Pail,
and daughter .Jean, Mr. and Mrs
Cecil StBdhBm«. Mr and_M». Chai
t-cus. Mr. and Mrs. Don Taslor,
Rev. nnfl Mrs. Fred Muekay. Mrs.
Coliurn nnd dnuphier Mrs. L. Kellek
and Mr. Kellett nenr., Mrs. N. Entsch.
I Mr Rnd Mrs. I^n Strcttofl* Mrs.
El wood, Miss M. Esther. Miss Mnrj'
Wcnslcv, Miss Pat Lee. Misses Jenn
McCracken. Jessie Land3bmg, Evelyn
Mr. and Mrs. H. Scott (nee Sloan)
left on Saturday evening to spend their
honeymcon at Arcadia, Magnetic Is-
Mr. J. Hill, J.K.A.Q., judged the
poultry and kennel section of the
Home Hill annual show, which was
held on Saturday.
Mrs. J. Govern, who has been holi-
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Reynolds,
Hodgkinson Street, returned to
Townsville on Sunday
Master B. Homer, All Souls' School,
Mr. and Mrs. Ftank Millett, of
Cairns, are visitors for the festivities.
Mrs. T. Shepherd and son Tom,
Townsville, Mrs. H. Wright snr.,
Townsville, visited Charters Towers
at the week-end for the Regan-
Hooper wedding.
Mr. and Mrs J. Regan (nee Hooper)
spend their heneymoon at Towns-
ville and Arcadia, Magnetic Island.
Mrs. H. Wright jnr., Townsville,
arrives at the week-end for the "Back
and will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
G. Matthews, Mary Street.
Miss S. McCarthy, who has been
holidaying in Charters Towers as the
guest of Miss M. Burke, Ryan Street,
returned to Mackay on Monday.
Mrs. L. Foster, with her three
children, left on Saturday's mail
train for Gracedale, where they will
Misses M. Bassett and G. Walsh,
Townsville, spent the week-end as the
guest of Miss J. Stout, Craven Street.
Mrs. M. Hoar, after spending a few
days with her mother, Mrs. W.
Huddy, Jane Street, has left on her
return to Townsville.
Wallangarra, returned to the South
on Sunday after a fortnight spent
with his mother, Mrs. Hind, Anne
Street.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wright and family,
Reid River, returned home on Sun-
the 21st birthday party of her sister,
Dulcie.
Miss A. Stout, Townsville, spent the
week-end with her mother, Mrs, A.
Stout, Craven Street.
Mr. E. Phillips, Stuart, visited his
sister, Mrs. E. Polinelli, Powlethanga,
at the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Carrington,
Townsville, paid a short visit to
Charters Towers last week.
Miss E. Stout left on Sunday to
spend a fortnight's holiday in Towns-
ville with her aunt, Mrs. A. McDaniel.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Petersen,. Brace-
borough stationm journeyed by car to
They are accompanied by Miss B.
Mrs. L. J. Bromhall returned to
Ayr on Thursday after a short visit
A eommemoration service in honor
of the founding of Thornburgh Col-
lege was held at the Presbyterian
Church at Toowong, Brisbane, on
Sunday night, 15th June, attended by
scores of students of Thornburgh
noticed were : Dr. and Mrs. Ross
McKenzie, Mr. L. A. Jacobs, Dr. Park
and daughter Jean, Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Stadhams, Mr and Mrs. Char-
teus. Mr. and Mrs. Don Taylor,
Rev. and Mrs. Fred Maekay, Mrs.
Coburn and daughter Mrs. L. Kellett
and Mr. Kellett senr., Mrs. N. Entsch,
Mr and Mrs. Len Strctton, Mrs.
Elwood, Miss M. Eather, Miss Mary
Wenslcy, Miss Pat Lee, Misses Jean
McCracken. Jessie Landsberg, Evelyn
GOSSIP (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Saturday 7 April 1945 page 3 2017-02-25 15:11 A.C.W: D.-MNeep, WiAJiAJF., at-1
rived an Tuesday, to-spend leave with ]
her parents, Mr. and Mtbv.JP. JJeep,
Toweis Street. J
Miss Bits Bard en has returned to
TOX11ST1JI2 after .spending ^ a£ 1
theguest-ef .Mr.jtnd-.Mrs. S. J. Em
Wiai, 4jl the Postal Department, Char- '
ters. Towers. ' * I
Mrs.. J. Talbot .tin^ toco sons, 01 <
Winton. „airised on .Fridaj-gtCK.JiOliday
with her parents, Mr. find. ^iTs. J.1
OWefll, Darin Street. -
; -IjJfcC. -C. Eengellv, BJUU., is
■spending 1eaxe iclih Us wife and sons
Ryan -Street
.Miss Eat Harding, St. Patrick's
Cosvest. R&yenEvnxsd, spent the faster
vacation as tie ^uest of Mrs. W. J.
Walsh. InesdneHouse.
. G. McLawn. D^wa Hidge,
spent Easter in H^ghenden with tier
parents, daughter and sorj-in-law.
" Ma.E. Roberts retmnj.d horfe dur
weeksinBrisbane.
Miss Ml laidlow, St. Patrick's crn
yent. Eavenswood, spent the Easter
holidays with her parents at Psnt
land. '
Mrs. K,-McE3rto' and.^augbfcer, Dor- i
seo^.Jtett 4m ■f(iie^yrfar .Townsyille ,to i
.spatula holiday. _ _ j
J- W.^Arg^et and son i
Ma*na^e, -)eft ,jpn their re
tunj p-yjpienjiay, aftpr ..holidaying jn
cajartes Towsrs -at iherCourt Movse
BateL
.JWSssesJ. and L.. J3eru$fy wgre yisit
ors ^D TcjfmsrtJte for Easter. - r
jMr. ay..;Bi5§pn, Mt. ..Xsa,-.«rrived on ,
??edoeaday to holiday with h|s daugh- i
.1er vP^d.jSan-Jn-ljB;, ,.JJr.- and^Mis.afl.
H..»eil..AjPja^lretet
Srifajan£i ij1tuiped ieme on Sunday. :
Sirs. £. Acton spd two daughters
viqtejj Xowassille >for. lift .Raster h3i
idays. . '
MiSa|£. Allis, - CicKicurry.. js- visiting
■Charters -Towers. *
Mi", aitti -Mrs, Fred . Arscatt abd
'daughter, -Mbsuk. .of Bxjfbatie. are
spending a holiday with Mr. andMrs.
H. Arscoit. ®yin -Street. . ;
lieutenant A. E. end Mrs. BoyaU
tiief ^iggs) returned-on Monday after
spending their honeymoon at arcadja.
Mrs.-E. Riggall jnd daughter. Peggy,
who spept Piaster in Ttownsvitle are
Siw spending a(hDlidsy in J&ackay.
Mrs. ;"E. Gordon visited ^Tovrnsvills
•for the Easter, holidays.
Mis. L. Smith' has .jce^urned to
:To«nsrille af«r„ gjending JSaster with
"Mrs. C..<^tranagh, Hadpett ..Teirace.'
Miss. rK- .TTf^iehtoo has - j^turned to
The .TEowejs,...having,.spent .a.jraonth's
vacation -ae the gupst of Mrs. Pitt.
Beerwkh,;,Nortii -Coast Xjne.
Mrs. G. (Slack And -small s;n. 33ry
son. left on ^Tuesday to spend .a holi
dayin Brisbane, as the gueets of Mr.
end .Mrs. Andrew Park, Windsor.
spend three . weeds' holiday , in Bris
Messrs-.D. Ma lone and. J?, Coward
spent EastCT in. TuwiibTille at the
Alexander .Hotel.
Miss, Joyce LiyinEJtoni, «:uth
JTotttisvffle, spent the. Easter vacation
ta pbarteis Tcrwers with her grEnd
iqother. >
. i£rs. .N. Sherringtan stnrf Miss Par
gpjierwopi} Ttje?? Townnille. visitors to
Charters "Jiswrrs for .Easter.
. . Mjss - Jill; Overiack. Blackheath Col
lege, spent Easter* wife her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil OverJack. South
Tcwnsville.
Mr. and Mrs. V. Downey, Tpwnsvflle.
visited Mr. ana Mrs.; D. Downey, Aland
Sirs. K, Ockenden and. -daughter.
Joan, were visitors to xownsville for
Mrs. R. Hilditch. accompanied ijy
Mlss. .T. Majauley. left on Sunday to
spend a few weeks-holiday, in Home
HfiiL
. Mi^Srs-M., Dobbins arid--.M. Funnell
reiumed Proserpine pa Sunday
after -spending a -short holiday here.
Mrs. J. Soden, who has been visit
ing .^.Brisbane, returned Jiome on
Mecsrs. J. .English, G. CcOk, and M.
Kelly, Hem; Bill, visited Mr. and Mrs.
C. English, Sayers.iStreet.. ~fGr Easter.
Mr. J. Daire. Xownsville, spent the
week-end vj^th Mr. and Mrs.-R. Wes
ton, Racecourse!
Mrs. J. Sorensen ana son, Ksith, left
on Sunday to spend a month's hali- :
day in Totfnsville.
Six. and Sirs. Gordon MacLean.
TownsviHe. spent Easter in Charters
Mr. Andy Bain. Innisfeil. returned
home after spending the Easter holi
days" wfth Mr. and Mrs. : Burrow, ;
Schocl Str«€t.
I
A.C.W. D. M. Neep, W.A.A.A.F., ar-
rived an Tuesday, to spend leave with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Neep,
Towers Street.
Miss Rita Barden has returned to
Townsville after spending Easter as
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Em-
blim, of the Postal Department, Char-
ters Towers.
Mrs.. J. Talbot and two sons, of
Winton, arrived on Friday to holiday
with her parents, Mr. and Mr. J.
O'Neill, Dann Street.
L.A.C. C. Pengelly, R.A.A.F., is
spending leave with his wife and sons
Ryan Street
Miss Pat Harding, St. Patrick's
Convent, Ravenswood, spent the Easter
vacation as the guest of Mrs. W. J.
Walsh, Inesone House.
Mrs. G. McLawn, Dat Dawn Ridge,
spent Easter in Hughenden with her
parents, daughter and son-in-law.
Miss E. Roberts returned home dur-
weeks in Brisbane.
Miss M. Laidlow, St. Patrick's Con-
vent, Ravenswood, spent the Easter
holidays with her parents at Pent-
land.
Mrs. K. McElroy and daughter, Dor-
een, left on Tuesday for Towns ille to
spend a holiday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Argent and son
Billy, Macknade, left on their re-
turn yesterday, after holidaying in
Chartes Towers at the Court House
HoteL
Misses J. and L. Hannify were visit-
ors to Townsville for Easter.
Mr. W. Bryson, Mt. Isa, arrived on
Wednesday to holiday with his daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Bell, Alpin Street.
Brisbane, returned home on Sunday.
Mrs. E. Acton and two daughters
visited Townsville for the Easter holi-
days.
Mrs M. Allis, Cloncurry, is visiting
Charters Towers.
Mr, and Mrs. Fred Arscott and
daughter, Mavis, of Brisbane, are
spending a holiday with Mr. and Mrs.
H. Arscott, Ryan Street.
Lieutenant A. E. and Mrs. Boyall
(nee Biggs) returned on Monday after
spending their honeymoon at Arcadia.
Mrs. E. Riggall and daughter, Peggy,
who spent Easter in Townsville are
now spending a holiday in Mackay.
Mrs. E. Gordon visited Townsville
for the Easter holidays.
Mrs. L. Smith has returned to
Townsville after spending Easter with
Mrs. C. Cavanagh, Hackett Terrace.
Miss. N. Houghton has returned to
the Towers, having spent a month's
vacation as the guest of Mrs. Pitt,
Beerwah, North Coast Line.
Mrs. G. Black and small son, Bry-
son, left on Tuesday to spend a holi-
day in Brisbane, as the guedts of Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Park, Windsor.
spend three weeds' holiday in Bris-
Messrs. D. Malone and H. Coward
spent Easter in Townsville at the
Alexander Hotel.
Miss Joyce Livingstone, South
Townsville, spent the Easter vacation
in Charters Torwers with her grand=
mother.
Mrs. N. Sherrington and Miss Pat
Underwood were Townsville visitors to
Charters Towers for Easter.
Miss Jill Overlack, Blackheath Col-
lege, spent Easter with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Overlack, South
Townsville.
Mr. and Mrs. V. Downey, Townsville,
visited Mr. and Mrs. D. Downey, Aland
Mrs. K. Ockenden and daughter,
Joan, were visitors to Townsville for
Mrs. R. Hilditch, accompanied by
Miss. T. Macauley, left on Sunday to
spend a few weeks holiday in Home
Hill.
Misses M. Dobbins and M. Funnell
returned to Proserpine on Sunday
after spending a short holiday here.
Mrs. J. Soden, who has been visit-
ing Brisbane, returned home on
Messrs. J. English, G. Cook, and M.
Kelly, Home Hill, visited Mr. and Mrs.
C. English, Sayers Street for Easter.
Mr. J. Daire, Townsville, spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. R. Wes-
ton, Racecourse.
Mrs. J. Sorensen and son, Keith, left
on Sunday to spend a month's holi-
day in Townsville.
Mx. and Mrs. Gordon MacLean,
Townsville, spent Easter in Charters
Mr. Andy Bain, Innisfail, returned
home after spending the Easter holi-
days wfth Mr. and Mrs. Burrow,
School Street.
GOSSIP (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Wednesday 29 October 1947 page 3 2017-02-25 14:23 Miss A. Sawtell left -on Sunday to
of Mr. and-Mrs. H. Clark, Fanning,
daughter; Townsville, spent the week
and with Mr. and Mis. R. Douglas,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Bagnall have re
turned after a holiday spent in Mel
up residence in Townsvllle.
Mrs. J. H. C. Kllroe, Roscavcn,
Hughenden. is visiting Townsvllle,
Mr. B. L. CSulllVan left on Sunday
Department at Townsvllle.
Mi's. C. McCaffrey has returned to
Townsvllle after a visit to Charters
Gabriel's Girl Guides, visited Towns
vllle last week for the visit' of Lady
West after a visit to Townsvllle.
Mr. A. Truscott,, Proserpine, spent
Mr. Foxcroft-Joncs left on -Sunday
for Townstfille.
Mrs. W. Richter has returned alter
Mrs. N. Lucas felt on Sunday for
Brisbane, where she will spend a holi
day. -J
Mr. and Mrs. P., Bamsey (nee An
derson) left on Sunday to spend tlicir
honeymoon In ihe southern states.
The children's paity organised by
llie members of the C.W.A. on Satur
day last in Ui? Town Hall in aid of
their building fund appeal was -.vry
successful. Approximately 300 children!
attended with Ihelr mothers, and were
pleasurnbly entertained by the presi
J. C. Joins ai t\» piaii ) and Mr. A.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Blgnall, Towns
vlUe, spent the week-end at the
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Beatte, Adrlel
Downs, Hughenden. are visitors to ths
Qneen'6 Hotel, Townsvllle.
Mrs, J. C. McKenzie and her daugh
ter, Doris, who have toeen holidaying
In Cairns, are expected to arrive to
Mills. All Souls' School.
Mr. and Mis. W. Rosendahl return
week-ejid with Mr. and Mrs. H.
Miss M. -Gardner is spending-.a' holi
day at Townsvllle with Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Case
Mr. J. Lee resumed duty at (he
Mr, J. S. Cailaglian. of the Court
House staff, Is holidaying at Picnic
Mr. and 'Mrs. M. Howard. ' South
Johnstone, wej-e visitors to -Charters
■ Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dare and small
daughter. Lillle. left Estland by Fri
day's (rain via Winton and Longreaclj.
They travel thence by car to Wavcr
ney station via Wlndorah.
Mr. and Mrs. A. p. Freestun and son
Ray. of Estland, motored to Charters
Towers oir Monday, and returned home
Mr. and Mi's. R. Nielsen and son,
Townsville, who. have been touring the
NtfHli, arrived on Monday on a visit to
Cervolth, King Street, before leaving
Miss A. Sawtell left on Sunday to
of Mr. and Mrs. H. Clark, Fanning,
daughter, Townsville, spent the week-
and with Mr. and Mrs. R. Douglas,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Bagnall have re-
turned after a holiday spent in Mel-
up residence in Townsville.
Mrs. J. H. C. Kilroe, Roscaven,
Hughenden. is visiting Townsville,
Mr. B. L. CSullivan left on Sunday
Department at Townsville.
Mrs. C. McCaffrey has returned to
Townsville after a visit to Charters
Gabriel's Girl Guides, visited Towns-
vllle last week for the visit of Lady
West after a visit to Townsville.
Mr. A. Truscott, Proserpine, spent
Mr. Foxcroft-Jones left on Sunday
for Townsville.
Mrs. W. Richter has returned after
Mrs. N. Lucas left on Sunday for
Brisbane, where she will spend a holi-
day.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Bamsey (nee An-
derson) left on Sunday to spend their
honeymoon in the southern states.
The children's party organised by
the members of the C.W.A. on Satur-
day last in the Town Hall in aid of
their building fund appeal was very
successful. Approximately 300 children
attended with theirr mothers, and were
pleasurably entertained by the presi-
J. C. Jones at the piano and Mr. A.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bignall, Towns-
ville, spent the week-end at the
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Beatte, Adriel
Downs, Hughenden, are visitors to the
Qneen's Hotel, Townsville.
Mrs, J. C. McKenzie and her daugh-
ter, Doris, who have been holidaying
in Cairns, are expected to arrive to-
Mills, All Souls' School.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Rosendahl return-
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. H.
Miss M. Gardner is spending a holi-
day at Townsville with Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Case.
Mr. J. Lee resumed duty at the
Mr, J. S. Callaghan, of the Court
House staff, is holidaying at Picnic
Mr. and Mrs. M. Howard, South
Johnstone, were visitors to Charters
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dare and small
daughter, Lillle, left England by Fri-
day's train via Winton and Longreach.
They travel thence by car to Waver-
ney station via Windorah.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Freestun and son
Ray, of Estland, motored to Charters
Towers on Monday, and returned home
Mr. and Mrs. R. Nielsen and son,
Townsville, who have been touring the
North, arrived on Monday on a visit to
Carvolth, King Street, before leaving
GOSSIP. (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Saturday 23 May 1931 page 4 2017-02-25 12:24 Mr. j, W. Ward spent last week-end
plaiting the Lolwcrth goIdAeld, re
turning to town by tbe mall trpln
Mr. A. B. Axom, consulting engineer,
Visited tbe West for a tew days, and
returned to the Towers by Wednes
day's mall train.
SlBter Kenny passed through here
a few, days ago, and Is tbe guegt of
Mr. and Mrs. J. RolUnnon, Allendale.
Mr. Oordon Wilson left by Wednes
day's nail train to visit Townsvllle
the Towers for the Juvenile Eistedd
fod, left on his return by the mall
train on Monday,
from Townsvllle on Saturday, going
Mlu Itaty Stevens leaves next week
for Qraoedale, where she will be the
guest of Miss Hope Forster. She In
tends staying for the Chatsfleld Races
Mr. C. Powelly, Allenslelgh, was
Mr. B. Smith Is holidaying at Blet
obington Park.
Miss L. Byrne la a Mackay visitor
to tbe Towers, and is the guest of
Mlllu L. And D. RclHnson, Allan
Miss Landeberg arrived from Allan
dale to spend a few days In town.
Mr. o. Fisher returned north on
a short stay, returned to Townsvllle
by the mall on Monday
train on Monday for Townsvllle, later
days at Ayr and Townsville, le expect
Mr. T. Brophy, Railway Depart
ment, Mareeba, who has been holiday
ing in Sydney, arrived here on Tues
Uuties as assistant station master on
. Mr. f. Miller returned overland on
TuMSay after vUitln* Ayr for a abort
Mr. W. Tressllllan left on Tuesday
passed through here on Saturday^
from Townsvllle, going to Cloncurry.
MIsb P. Muller left by Wednesday's
mall for TownsviUe.
Miss Tredrea Is & Towers visitor
to Townsvllle.
Mr. and Mrs, H. Keast returned
Wednesday) holidaying hire for
Kane Cuiiens passed through here
from Mt. Tu by the mail on Wed
nesday, to holiday In Townsvllle, pri
After holidaying here as the gueet
of Mrs. Nicholson, Bennett Street,
Mr. J. W. Ward spent last week-end
visiting the Lolworth goldfield, re-
turning to town by tbe mail train
Mr. A. E. Axom, consulting engineer,
visited tbe West for a few days, and
returned to the Towers by Wednes-
day's mail train.
Sister Kenny passed through here
a few days ago, and is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rollinson, Allendale.
Mr. Gordon Wilson left by Wednes-
day's mail train to visit Townsville
the Towers for the Juvenile Eistedd-
fod, left on his return by the mail
train on Monday.
from Townsville on Saturday, going
Miss Mary Stevens leaves next week
for Gracedale, where she will be the
guest of Miss Hope Forster. She in-
tends staying for the Chatsfield Races.
Mr. C. Powelly, Allensleigh, was
Mr. B. Smith is holidaying at Blet-
chington Park.
Miss L. Byrne is a Mackay visitor
to the Towers, and is the guest of
Misses L. And D. Rollinson, Allan-
Miss Landsberg arrived from Allan-
dale to spend a few days in town.
Mr. G. Fisher returned north on
Inspector Reddan, Railway Depart-
a short stay, returned to Townsville
by the mail on Monday.
train on Monday for Townsville, later
days at Ayr and Townsville, is expect-
Mr. T. Brophy, Railway Depart-
ment, Mareeba, who has been holiday-
ing in Sydney, arrived here on Tues-
duties as assistant station master on
Mr. F. Miller returned overland on
Tuesday after visiting Ayr for a short
Mr. W. Tressillian left on Tuesday
passed through here on Saturday
from Townsville, going to Cloncurry.
Miss P. Muller left by Wednesday's
mail for Townsville.
Miss Tredrea is a Towers visitor
to Townsville.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Keast returned
Wednesday, holidaying here for
Nurse Cussens passed through here
from Mt. Isa by the mail on Wed-
nesday, to holiday in Townsville, pri-
After holidaying here as the guest
of Mrs. Nicholson, Bennett Street.
GOSSIP. (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Saturday 24 December 1932 page 4 2017-02-25 11:46 Mrs. B. Sayers arrived from Bow
Mrs. J. D. Cunningham Intends
lasting on Tuesday for TownsviJ& to
Join the Canberra to spend an ex
tended holiday at Sydney. *
Miss Eileen Dulhunty Is visiting
Burdekln Downs as the guest of her
undo and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. 'T. J.
Townsvllle visit on Tuesday evening.
Mrs. K. Cooper arrived from Syd
Parish and Mrs. F. Bunduck accom
Mr. scanlon, Employers Association,
went through to Townsvllle from the
Mr, J. G. Rooney also returned to
Townsvllle from the west by Wednes
day's mall train.
Miss Doreen i Waa-rick leaves to
day to spend -the holidays In Towns.,
vnte.
Mr. p. West, Railway Department,
from Townsvllle. He was accompan
here as /the guest of Ms siBter, Mrs.
train on Wednesday on "Us return to
Mrs. J. Squires and son, Mr. KM
Squires, are her* from Townsvllle, and
are the guests of the former* sister,
. Mrs. -W. Symes, Merricourt. and
Miss Ella Symes, Bletohlngton Park,
are visitors In town.
Messrs. Christie and Wltherspoon
were passeagsrs on board Wednes
day's mall pasils* through from
Ut. Isa to Townsvllle.
Nurse Siangan, Ayr, 4« vl^tlng
Charters Towers and Is tbe guest of
I her aunt, Mrs. Walsh, Mary Street.
Sister F. Williams left by 11#
1 the nursing stale ot the Cloncurry
Street, has returned to Home H1U.
Keith, innisfaii, are spending a holi
day with her mother, Mrs. Durant
from Brisbane on Monday to toolldfty
I Mrs F. Olles, Mt. Elsie, came in
I from the station on Saturday, end
returned hornet on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Marsh and feb
Sly want tibrough to Townsvllle from
JUiia Creek on Monday on holi
day.'
Mr. W. Ryan is here Stum the
west and Is the guest of his mother,
through by Wednesday's mall train
on Ibis way to visit Bo-wen.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Phillips of Hugh
den, are holidaying at Mjagnftttc Is
Mrs. J. caetres. Is spending a
holiday at Magnetic inland.
on Friday morning for TownsvlllQ.
Miss Howells, formerly of MlUChes
top- Road, after a few. yean' stay in
England, returned to Charters Tow
Mr. J. Burton of Townsvllle is
making a stay her® of a few days.
at Calms, end Is spending * few
days at the Criterion Hotel, TOttnt
vilie, prior to returning to Charters
Towairs.
Mr. F. Smith has arrived her
from Townsvllle and is a
stay hers as the guest of his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. L- Lewis are Jii]le
Creek visitors to charters Towers, and
are staying with Mr. ana Mrs. B.
Wlgley.
Messrs McDonnugh, Ingham, Bra
Misses A. and M. Peace Joined Han
Mrs. A. Pengelly, Townsvllle, and
Christmas here as the truest Of her
from Ipswich and is etaylnr with her
sister, Mn>. r. Douglas, Mosman Street.
(Oiru) arc holidaying here for Offlst
mas as the guest of Mrs. Wharton.
TowasyUlp Road. .
Miss May Peacfl Intends leaving to
day to spend the* Christmas at Mln
gela. " . . *
"? Miss Maty Nixon, accompanied by
her niece, Daphne Nixon, arrives thin
morning from TownavUlB to spend
Sir. and'Mrs. XL Dunstall end fam
a stay here' with her mother, Mrs.
BJ. A. SheUrlofc, MUohester Road.
Mr. add Mrs. E. J. Read and son.
Townsvllie, are visitoi* to Charters
Towers, and. are the guests Of Mr.
Bead's parents, Mr. anA Mrs. A. Reau,
Marlon Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Sell and family left on
Thursday to holiday at Townsvllie.
Mr. onftlHnan, Cloncurry, went
through ? on. Wednesday to spend
a holiday at Teppoon.
jMr JJl^pWilWhead was a passen
ger leaving tete by mall train on
Use D. Hunt also left here on
Wedneaday for Brisbane.,
Mr. and Mw. Gordon Read and
Mrs. B. Sayers arrived from Bow-
Mrs. J. D. Cunningham intends
leaving on Tuesday for Townsville to
join the Canberra to spend an ex-
tended holiday at Sydney.
Miss Eileen Dulhunty is visiting
Burdekin Downs as the guest of her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Townsville visit on Tuesday evening.
Mrs. K. Cooper arrived from Syd-
Parish and Mrs. F. Bunduck accom-
Mr. Scanlon, Employers Association,
went through to Townsville from the
Mr. J. G. Rooney also returned to
Townsville from the west by Wednes-
day's mail train.
Miss Doreen Warrick leaves to
day to spend the holidays in Towns-
ville.
Mr. L. West, Railway Department,
from Townsville. He was accompan-
here as the guest of his sister, Mrs.
train on Wednesday on his return to
Mrs. J. Squires and son, Mr. Ken
Squires, are here from Townsville, and
are the guests of the former's sister,
Mrs. W. Symes, Merricourt, and
Miss Ella Symes, Bletchington Park,
are visitors in town.
Messrs. Christie and Witherspoon
were passeagsrs on board Wednes-
day's mail passing through from
Mt. Isa to Townsville.
Nurse Brangan, Ayr, is visiting
Charters Towers and is tbe guest of
her aunt, Mrs. Walsh, Mary Street.
Sister F. Williams left by last
the nursing staff of the Cloncurry
Street, has returned to Home Hill.
Keith, Innisfail, are spending a holi-
day with her mother, Mrs. Durant.
from Brisbane on Monday to holiday
Mrs F. Giles, Mt. Elsie, came in
from the station on Saturday, and
returned home on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Marsh and fam-
ily want through to Townsville from
Julia Creek on Monday on holi-
day.
Mr. W. Ryan is here from the
west and is the guest of his mother,
through by Wednesday's mail train
on his way to visit Bowen.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Phillips of Hugh-
den, are holidaying at Magnetic Is-
Mrs. J. Castres is spending a
holiday at Magnetic Island.
on Friday morning for Townsville.
Miss Howells, formerly of Millches-
ter Road, after a few years' stay in
England, returned to Charters Tow-
Mr. J. Burton of Townsville is
making a stay here of a few days.
at Cairns, and is spending a few
days at the Criterion Hotel, Towns-
ville, prior to returning to Charters
Towers.
Mr. F. Smith has arrived here
from Townsville and is a making a
stay here as the guest of his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Lewis are Julia
Creek visitors to Charters Towers, and
are staying with Mr. and Mrs. B.
Wigley.
Messrs McDonough, Ingham, are
Misses A. and M. Peace joined Mon-
Mrs. A. Pengelly, Townsville, and
Christmas here as the guest of her
from Ipswich and is staying with her
sister, Mrs. L. Douglas, Mosman Street.
(Giru) arc holidaying here for Christ-
mas as the guest of Mrs. Wharton,
Townsville Road.
Miss May Peace intends leaving to-
day to spend the Christmas at Min-
gela.
Miss Maty Nixon, accompanied by
her niece, Daphne Nixon, arrives this
morning from Townsville to spend
Mr. and Mrs. H. Dunstall and fam-
a stay here with her mother, Mrs.
E. A. Sheldrick, Millchester Road.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Read and son,
Townsville, are visitors to Charters
Towers, and are the guests of Mr.
Read's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Read,
Marion Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Bell and family left on
Thursday to holiday at Townsville.
Mr. O'Hallinan, Cloncurry, went
through on Wednesday to spend
a holiday at Yeppoon.
Mr. Bill Whitehead was a passen-
ger leaving here by mail train on
Miss D. Hunt also left here on
Wednesday for Brisbane.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Read and
GOSSIP. (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Saturday 24 December 1932 page 4 2017-02-25 10:58 Mlsg Bile. BU Oeorge arrivod here
from Townsvllle on Monday morning.
Master Atjiol Houghton Is visiting
Townsvllla and Is the guest of his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and, Mrs, J. a,
Mrs. W. WUU, Boulla, after visit
ing Townsvllle, passed through by
last Saturday's mail' train on ber ro
tura to the west.
Mrs. Dr. Smith of Hughendenaftor
holidaying at Townsvllle, arrived here
later In the day on her return to the
Masters Krutaehnitt and MoCoskeli,
Mr. Jacob;on, Mt. Isa Mines Ltd.,
after holidaying at Townsvllle, went
Bughenden,. accompanied, hjy tier
here on her way homcv after visit
ing Mr and Mrs. Foot®, Cardigan
Mr. «nd Mw. Gordon Beadi and
three sons are Townsvllie visitors
here, and are staying with Mr. Raid's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Read, Mar
ian Street
Mr. and Mrs. Zamer and family,
Townsvllie, are spending tbe fchrlst
mas hem
Mr. and Mrs. N.' Dixon and family,
Wlnton, passed through Charters
to spend an extended holiday In the
qervloe holiday.
Mr. H. Baker is here from Hugh
enden on holMey to his parenta, Mr,
Mr, an£ Mrs. Lex Casey, Town»
vlllek went through on Wednesday to
at Cloneurry.
Miss B. M. Jones arrived by Thurs
and is the guest of her patents, Mr.
and Mrs.'W. Jones, MUlcbester Road,
tor tha Christmas' holidays.
< Mr. and Mrs. Marsh and daughters
(2) went through to Townsvllie from
Mr. T. Corcoran, Lake Nash, li
spending the 'Christmas here.
Mils A. Alepcandar returned from
Townsvllie on Hhunday evening.
morning's train here oa her way to
holiday at &owen.
- Mr. O. Burns intends leaving on
Tuesday to sperm a fortnight's stay
at Mt. Coolon eB the guest of his
'brother a&d slst*Mnflsw, Mr. and
Mr*. A. Bums.
Misses Dorothy and Lucy HeilbrOnB
arrive to-day from Townsvllie to
spend Chrlatmaa with their mother.
Mrs.- Hetlbronn, Miner Street.
Mr. Sinclair, Afton Downs, Hugb
enden, want through to Townsvllie on
Wednesday. ' i
Mr and Mrs. Brodle and family,,
(Joorebellfr, Whitewood, wore pacsen-1
gars mi board Wednesday's mail train
at Brisbane. {
A very pleasant function took placei
at the bom* of Mr. and libs. R. F.
Wyvlll, "Oarlngal," Anne Street, on
the Uth Inst., the evening taking the
guests were present. Singing, competi
tions, games and dancing pieasurably
filled the evening. Musloal items were
a clow a very enjoyable evening.
Tbe foltotang'visitors have teen
the week: Mr. V. H. Day (Towns
vllie), Mr. J. H. Caton (Townsvllie*,
Mr. Bev Annlng (Oargoon), Mr. and
Mrs. R. F. O'Brien and son (Hugh
eiKteO), Mr. C. Seames (Homo HUD,
Mr. Woodhouse and Masters («>
Woodhousei (Kllcummin), Mr. D. C.
MoOOnnell (Bluff Downs), Mr. T.
Harrison (Brisbane), Mr. clem Walk
er (LolwOrth), Mrs. F. ? Giles (Mt,
Elsie), Mr. A. W. Wilson (Ravens
wood), Mr. Keith Atlaopp (Hughen
den), Mr. and Mrs, St. George
(Townsvllie), Miss St. George (Towns
vllie), Mrs. <r. Byrnes and Miss Ella
Symes (Bietchlngtoa Park),. Mr, and
Mrs. G. Woodburn and Miss Bdna
Woodbum (The Bluff), Mr. and Mrs.
Arohio Black and Miss Helen Black
(Beientlee), Mr. D. Mclntyre (Aher.
foyle), Mr. F. T. Ford (Townsvllie).
Mr. F. Bundock (Harvest Rome),
(Sydnsy), Mot tar Sick Wyna (8yd
ney), Dr. Kelly and Mr. 8t!cb Ms*
Cultocfc (Btperimental Station,
TowobvUIq), Mr. tad Mr», W. 8jtne»
and children (Merrioomjt).
Visitors to Charter. Tovrei* w!h»
jstayed et the Hot*# Australian doting
the week Included Mr. Mid Mr*. B<
J. O'Buillvan ftnd time child
tin. 3. seui« (Tmiroto, llr. nt
Mn. A. Kaotoa (Rookhanptsa), Mr
a. <3*»ty (Cameron Oowm), Mr. A»
Ii. Wllaon (Bavenswood), Mr. R,
(Brlebane), Mr, W. H. BttU <«OWfc&
vUM, Mr. W. M. Watt < Bonnier
Doone), M*. W. cutter (Bydney), Mr.
J. O'Brien (Dottwood), Mr. O. Oote-f
ton (Lolworth Creek!.
Among tbe vliltora to. Chat*en»
Toware who stayed «t the Ehtortalo*
Hotel darln? tb» weak wart: air. B,
Htery (Virginia Park). Mr. Jaa
Bmytiie (Bowen), Mr. & E. HaWben
iCTot^uvlUB), - iflr. H. A- awtot
(Hugbenden), ltr. J. A. Talt (Hottb
«DdeD), MM. B. M. Lath bridge and
MUe Lgthtiridge and Muter
brldp; (Wellington), Mr. Ken Se«ttf
(Battnda), Mr. U 3. BrWwy <BMHih
da), Mr. J. Price (Moamaa), ? Mr.
M pringle (Mosnurn), Mr. J. BarbeM
(Brisbane), Means. B. and M. fiehnltw
erllng (Port DouglM), Mis. 3. Mar'
tin (Brtabaae), Mr. A. H. Tompaeoi
(TowruvUle), Or. Kelly (Experimental
Station, tttwnivlUO), Mr. i,v UC
Cullock (Cairns), Mr. A. N, Uiy4
(Burjnga), Mr. Robert Dunn (Towns*
vllle), Mr. and Mrs. o. K, Ttumywn
and child (Townsvllle), Mr, if. 3.
Donaldson (Melbourne), 1ft, Q(
<Jrant (Rocihajnptoa.)
Miss Ella St. George arrived here
from Townsville on Monday morning.
Master Athol Houghton is visiting
Townsville and is the guest of his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Mrs. W. Waite, Boulia, after visit-
ing Townsville, passed through by
last Saturday's mail train on her re-
turn to the west.
Mrs. Dr. Smith of Hughenden after
holidaying at Townsville, arrived here
later in the day on her return to the
Masters Krutsehnitt and McCaskell,
Mr. Jacobson, Mt. Isa Mines Ltd.,
after holidaying at Townsville, went
Hughenden, accompanied by her
here on her way home after visit-
ing Mr and Mrs. Foote, Cardigan
Mr. and Mw. Gordon Read and
three sons are Townsville visitors
here, and are staying with Mr. Read's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Read, Mar-
ion Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Zarner and family,
Townsville, are spending tbe Christ-
mas here.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Dixon and family,
Winton, passed through Charters
to spend an extended holiday in the
service holiday.
Mr. H. Baker is here from Hugh-
enden on holiday to his parents, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Lex Casey, Towns-
ville went through on Wednesday to
at Cloncurry.
Miss E. M. Jones arrived by Thurs-
and is the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. Jones, Millchester Road,
for the Christmas' holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Marsh and daughters
(2) went through to Townsville from
Mr. T. Corcoran, Lake Nash, is
spending the Christmas here.
Miss A. Alexander returned from
Townsville on Thursday evening.
morning's train here on her way to
holiday at Bowen.
Mr. C. Burns intends leaving on
Tuesday to spend a fortnight's stay
at Mt. Coolon as the guest of his
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mra. A. Burns.
Misses Dorothy and Lucy Heilbronn
arrive to-day from Townsville to
spend Christmas with their mother,
Mrs. Heilbronn, Miner Street.
Mr. Sinclair, Afton Downs, Hugh-
enden, want through to Townsville on
Wednesday.
Mr and Mrs. Brodie and family,
(Coorebelle, Whitewood, were passen-
gers on board Wednesday's mail train
at Brisbane.
A very pleasant function took place
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
Wyvill, "Caringal," Anne Street, on
the 14th inst., the evening taking the
guests were present. Singing, competi-
tions, games and dancing pleasurably
filled the evening. Musical items were
a close a very enjoyable evening.
Tbe following visitors have been
the week : Mr. V. H. Day (Towns-
ville), Mr. J. H. Caton (Townsville),
Mr. Bev Anning (Cargoon), Mr. and
Mrs. R. F. O'Brien and son (Hugh-
enden), Mr. C. Seames (Home Hill),
Mr. Woodhouse and Masters (3)
Woodhouse (Kilcummin), Mr. D. C.
McConnell (Bluff Downs), Mr. T.
Harrison (Brisbane), Mr. Clem Walk-
er (Lolworth), Mrs. F. Giles (Mt.
Elsie), Mr. A. W. Wilson (Ravens-
wood), Mr. Keith Allsopp (Hughen-
den), Mr. and Mrs. St. George
(Townsville), Miss St. George (Towns-
ville), Mrs. J. Symes and Miss Ella
Symes (Bletchington Park), Mr. and
Mrs. G. Woodburn and Miss Edna
Woodburn (The Bluff), Mr. and Mrs.
Archie Black and Miss Helen Black
(Helenslee), Mr. D. McIntyre (Aber-
foyle), Mr. F. T. Ford (Townsville),
Mr. F. Bundock (Harvest Home),
(Sydney), Master Dick Wynn (Syd-
ney), Dr. Kelly and Mr. Brian Mc-
Cullock (Experimental Station,
Townsville), Mr. and Mrs. W. Symes
and children (Merricour).
Visitors to Charters Towers who
stayed at the Hotel Australian during
the week included Mr. and Mrs. B.
J. O'Suillvan and three child-
Nrs. J. Keane (Townsville), Mr. and
Mrs. A. Mantoa (Rookhanpton), Mr,
E. Geary (Cameron Downs), Mr. A.
L. Wilson (Ravenswood), Mr. R. Frend
(Brisbane), Mr. W. H. Bull (Towns-
ville), Mr. W. M. Watt (Bonnie
Doone), Mr. W. Cutter (Sydney), Mr.
J. O'Brien (Dotswood), Mr. G. Cole-
man (Lolworth Creek).
Among the visitors to Chaters
Towars who stayed at the Ezcelsior
Hotel during the week were : Mr. B.
Heery (Virginia Park), Mr. Jas
Smythe (Bowen), Mr. H. E. Hatcher
(Townsville), Mr. H. A. Baileau
(Hugbenden), Mr. J. A. Tait (Hugh-
enden), Mrs. B. M. Lethbridge and
Miss Lethbridge and Master Leth-
bridge (Werrington), Mr. Ken Beatty
(Babinda), Mr. L. J. Briskey (Babin-
da), Mr. J. Price (Mosman), Mr.
M. Pringle (Moman), Mr. J. Barber
(Brisbane), Messrs. B. and M. Schnitz-
erling (Port Douglas), Mrs. J. Mar-
tin (Brisbane), Mr. A. H. Townsend
(Townsville), Dr. Kelly (Experimental
Station, Townsville), Mr. J. Mc-
Cullock (Cairns), Mr. A. N. Lloyd
(Euringa), Mr. Robert Dunn (Towns-
ville), Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Thompson
and child (Townsville), Mr. H. J.
Donaldson (Melbourne), Mr. G.
Grant (Rockhampton.)
GOSSIP (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Saturday 9 July 1932 page 5 2017-02-24 16:58 ? Mrs. J. H. aibbartt will arrive on
'fueadoy to spend osrnlval week wlin |
fter mottitr, Mrs. J. P. L&rsen.
? Mr. K. Baker arrived from Hughen
itfi and Is the truest or Ills parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Bftker. Nrw Queen
Hood, far Annual week. ! j
.Mr, A. Pllcher and son, Pcroimc, j
W0»t 'tbfl)ligh to Townsvllle on Mon
a«. ? i ,
.Mr. J. Campbell, Railway Depart
mwit, and Mrs. Cmnptrall passed
through from Barabon to spend the.r
leave fct TownsvlUo.
, lira. R. Tnjior and children left
by jnoil tra,ln on Monday to ppend ft j
month's stay at Townsvllle Be Uia |
juest of her mother, Mrs. Lock. I
Albs C Bonnell mires to-day frorr
tew weeks.
Miss L. McLauglhlan is spending 1
CJsitlival week In Townsvllle.
MiGfl.J. Dolaney Is here from Rav- I
Kuwood for Annual week, and to
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. Hutchin
.Mr. R. Pry 13 a. visitor to tlie Tow
Miss M." Peace returns to-day from
a fortnight's stay at Townsvllle.
Mr. Hugh Baxter Is here from Hugb
enden, and intends staying for Car
Mrs. Wiialen and Miss Nell Whalen
Home HilL*
Mr. p. Walsh wont through from
the West on Wednesday by mall
train, on his way to Townsvllle. i
Messrs A.- Bewell, J. Gourley, Steven
son and- W. Morphy were Towem'
visitors to? Townsvllle for the Show
Mr. arid Mrs. C. Fowley, Allens
leigh, intend returning home to- '
(lav after spending a day or two
Ur. and Mrs. Laun and Miss R'ta
Laun were Towers ? overland visitors
to TownsvlUo for last week end, a» '
comoanled tor miT Owen Peak.
Mr. Bill' Whitehead, after spending 1
a fortnight's stay in Brisbane, re- ;
turned overland to the Towets yost®- -
flay. 1
Mrs. M.--Power leaves shortly to
reside at Hughenden. '
Mr. Joss Alllngham, Kangaroo 1
Hills, ts it visitor In town. '
Mr£. j. p. Lawen will return on
Tuesday after spending carnival week <
in foymeyljle. :
Miss' Olewes, All Souls School, la <
spending- tte midwinter vacation at '
"TowMville.
Mr. R. Ifoargo, who has been visit*
inp: Townsville, returned home over
iaitffc ...>.?
-Ur. imwd through from
SgggW by motor on his way tt
""Mr. V. SffithentaBk, Postal Depart
ment, Jeeves shortly on relieving duties
to .Prairie.
-Mf. and Mrs. MtiKlnnon, Mt. Mo
Ocsmett, ate in town.
Miss V;. Roughan 1b spending ft
Mrs. R. Douglas Is visiting Mlngclu
for .a' lew'days.
Ur. B, and Mr. U Douglas are
1 Eptoding a short stay at Townsvllle.
' Mr. W. Stewart. Mlllchester, is visit
ing "PsWtiBrtlle for the races.
i Mrs. E.:Cundell, Victor Street, has
Kttosed. felter visiting her tnothes
ahtj ''feistief, .Melbourne.
, Mr. .Jim. Stewart, Mt. Isa, is UH>
giieft 6f Us aunt, Mrs. B. Steen,
. Miss Thelma MoCann, Townsville, is
holid,aying. at Pentland.
1 Miss Lily'Pllcher, after visiting licr
traS-eets,- Mr.-and Mis. Pllcher, Pent
land, for One school vacation, left
en'hec return to St. Patrick's Convent,
Mrf. Teats and four flhiidren,1 ®t.
Emu station, Tosrrens Greek, lit
through here last Saturday,^ ton tljtlir
way to Jpwnsvillc lor thfc^j^ 'fttffl
rates.
Miss Helen Bowman after holiday
weeks ag tie guest of Miss B. Tarfor,
returns home next week. .
Miss W. Sloan and Email son,
Alfred, returned homo ou Mnud&s',
after a few days spent At Rcid RIYei'.
Mrs. W. Harrington and . family,
accompanied by Mrs, W. Humphries,
who went out to their station, Bmu
Plains, for the race#, ifltumed' to
town last Saturday. * "?;*
Mrs. K. B. Meager" tog. a/Towers
Visitor to TownsvillB rorj.lafit, week
end returning home by; mail train
Tuesday evening. - .
Mr. and Mir*. G. Tate- fl^snt&U
daughter Lenore arrivejl: ikfe' from
Maryborough by Tuesday's "lffflU twin
on a visit to her mother,, '.jjHp, T.
| Mrs. W. Johnson was & l^asenger
leaving hore by mail train -eu-Wed
nesday fc» spend an extended holiday
Misses B. and Dora Hubner passed
through Charters Towers from Cton
curry on Wednesday going to ©>*».
vill*.
Miss B. Taylor, BlMkln&tilj alter
spending the mid-winter' vacation at
her home, Carpentaria Down^; Teturns
to Chartcra Towers flett ttefflf."
Mr. S.. Bowen, after uttcja^Tpa1 Am
Byromine races returned tome rttfer
land during tho week.
Miss Mavis Affleck, . Qlackbeatb
left on Monday for qordpnvsJe.. k/
Mis. Donaldson, who has fceetr May
ing with Mrs. Firth, SLacecoyjile; i*oad
on a visit to Charter®
returned to her home at *ToWifflflBlt"
Mis. C. E. Roberto ^nd .MUte tiytUt
Roberts are holidaying afBiUtoShe.
> Mrs. H. Melllek end 'MferfM. iiiithbnj
? left here on Wednesday oii A slsli
to Townsvllle.
Mrs. Geo. Stenzil anil daughter wer(
Towers visitors to Townvfno. for ?? the
1 show and arrived home by Mall mis
? Thursday evening. ' v - -
Mr. and Mis. W. Waiter, BHStane.
ere exported to arrive here dUHtlg'ths
week-end on a visit to big, paints,
Mr. and Mrs. Walker. : DeT#eaux
Street -
After a stay here with her wrtht*.
Mr. and Mrs. Keast, Mte;,
returned to Townsvilffi on WSbithty.
Miss Nell Bowen, after Sg&Sitig -ttaj
midwinter vacation here: \J*i)
parents, left on Monday m
to St. Patrick's Oonveot, Townsvllle
Miss May Greaney- ie vlsltinf
Townsvllle.
After week-ending her<y Mr. W
PhilllpeDn left on return to.. Bowa:
on Monday. . . ; ? '
Mis. Mclntyre, of Collinsdalc, veni
' thruogh to Townsvllle by the mid-da?
Mr. D. Nutley, Railway Department
returned to Charters Towers on Sat
urday from relieving duties a; Ho3?
Mrs. H. Newman and laaiily re
turned from the south by msil I*
Mrs. T. Harrison left on Momisj
> to spend a few days in Tovzsr-~le.
i Mr* Bert Mllllcan. Roj*wsy
i master at Julia creek. wf=: :h:o'jjri
Charters Towo-s on Xfencsy ;o To^ss.
Messrs. W. IamS'io*".
, and S. Sannderson vrp.-e -PeyCssi
; Visitors here for 1.-.K wertM-ad.
> Mrs. J. Rollin-w. AUsndate, sod
. Jier guest. Sister Kc-ny. veto ^^
? ors to town, tnd «o 5£*
. BtaUon Tuesday orr.-.xr ;
1 The loiloirir.r v?-e usiNras «s kx
' Hotel Australian, caltap Cv :
t Mr. and Mrs. 6. W. FVcf-ufou vMel
i bourne1, Mr. and Mrs. A. Fttx ilanis
1 fai!>. Mr. G. Neil (Sydney". U«s& av
Williams. C. Balany *ni G. Coimiar.
? (LOiWorth*. Mr. fl. H OamcMt
, dinii. Mr. W. sr. Win .RsaaielVece'
ITr. H. Hsrrissa Mr. R
ffaf.Trng i£r. R- MeAiis
ter (TownmUe*. ii-. M. B, Murrr
(Townstille>.
Tho foUi>wi=fr nsi^Jrs *«e at thei
Exef^or Hotrt dirU* the wek: Wrl>
? t Martin i . Mr. J. O. Mit i
Icuell >Er^bi=f». sir. A. G. Spi'.*er;
| i»ritoue>. Mr. Still Webb ^Brisbane)
j Mr. StMCihi >Sy»dni>j'), Mr. Leu J
twicvan iBrisbane*. Seterttre Senior
I serpv.r.r OT»ri«x>lI tTttwnswllo), Mr,.
! .1 a B'irnup tHUghenden). -Mr. Mo;'
I tls iLctfda). Misn Eve white
(Mount Sturgeon). Mr. and Mrs.
' tvwlss R. Channell (TownsvUie), .Mr
W. Taylor, Junr. (Masweltaii), Mr..
. p. K. Sullcy (Sjducy), Mf. J/MW*®
Mur^iy klielbourne*. Mr. JJarold G.
; Chsster vBrisbane). Mr. H. W.-Thorn
iBrisbanei. Mr. Jack Bell. BChr.' (Car
diganv Mt. and Mrs. Brie 'Poote
tBoondernoi, Miss Fnote (Caratogfony
Mrs. Geo. Holllngsworth" Majitfer.Iiar
oW Foote (Grammar Stfhofll,. JTOWW
ville), Mr. J Bell, Jtlnr. CCtttdioatil'
' Mr. \V. HolUngEvm.-: tad son
. Tocmtn), Mlfg M. F. S.Cnvz. <BV&*
tun Downs.), Mr. Sfctrr JW, It;
- J as Porter (Brlsbss?'. St-. MM
1 Brisbane), Mr, ic rvras {Tnta>
The fnHoirft.;: tkv .'Jirmr the tl*
' Store at tbf C->- Sect! estiag tho
! week: Mr r. Radoct CBunasi
Hcmev Mr. .-oi 2£r?. ftWitfaw
I (Kacra.->i Hiiv. Mr. Btf Ona
I <T\>trarr.i:<'\ >£r. !rt*S TttiieHMM
' (Brisbane-. Mr. c. G- LaSi flWiit
; viie". Mr. ,'i£i ESoR CRwasffl**,
? js;i KoSssan 'IfrjittTW, Mr.
; Ac'ste SU.-i PsJCqtj). 3tr. sod JMk
."cn F.cLhn.«B -ABiaSsjf . saam
K»:=r Eristsjwv 5C XsSaa
rr\- 'S'roaES^, KaSi»\ 3Jr. G»
V. FTi££3 iBsios*>. 5£r. K. 8,
H£--£r= ,Ria«ZE.f. Jfcr. BHffit*
' 2CS3 ,Bns£a=s!.\ It B. XM4 (TMRW.
r-Jie*. It ia£ Jtn, iiit ATffngtwn
and tuner .'04 .FVtC&en.
TSif -. itr Xersaa Icvier .Brisbane),
Mr. r- Q«*sr *i»-*s6»ae>. Jtr. MS
RD&-: Brvssot'. Mr. Sid TttlUet
It j. XsAois vP*l;ttane>
Vr. - x KSsgsSoto tBUbane), Str.
stsrai -BuKJeite Downs), Rev.
ca£ V:*, RaS* and children <S.)|
;B3S£«Ede£>. Mr. FlttiiKTstone <Kmu
srsreo iE3«l. Kr. Jim Warren
-.harp?-. Mr. Ci2 White vTbimEVlUe),
JTr. Otn WaCjntr (UoJworth), Mr. W«
G Bron .Lortrorch).
Mrs. J. H. Gibbard will arrive on
Tuesday to spend Carnival week with
her mother, Mrs. J. P. Larsen.
Mr. K. Baker arrived from Hughen-
den and is the guest of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Baker, New Queen
Road, for Annual week.
Mr. A. Pllcher and son, Peronne,
went through to Townsville on Mon-
day.
Mr. J. Campbell, Railway Depart-
ment, and Mrs. Campbell passed
through from Barabon to spend their
leave at Townsville.
Mrs. R. Taylor and children left
by mail train on Monday to spend a
month's stay at Townsville as the
guest of her mother, Mrs. Lock.
Miss C Bonnell arrives to-day from
few weeks.
Miss L. McLauglhlan is spending
Carnival week in Townsville.
Miss. J. Delaney is here from Rav-
enswood for Annual week, and is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. Hutchin-
Mr. R. Fry is a visitor to the Tow-
Miss M. Peace returns to-day from
a fortnight's stay at Townsville.
Mr. Hugh Baxter is here from Hugh-
enden, and intends staying for Car-
Mrs. Whalen and Miss Nell Whalen
Home Hill.
Mr. P. Walsh went through from
the West on Wednesday by mail
train, on his way to Townsville.
Messrs A. Sewell, J. Gourley, Steven-
son and W. Morphy were Towers'
visitors to Townsville for the Show
Mr. and Mrs. C. Powley, Allens-
day after spending a day or two
Mr. and Mrs. Laun and Miss Rita
Laun were Towers overland visitors
to Townsville for last week end, ac-
companied tor Miss Gwen Peak.
Mr. Bill Whitehead, after spending
a fortnight's stay in Brisbane, re-
turned overland to the Towers yester-
day.
Mrs. M. Power leaves shortly to
reside at Hughenden.
Mr. Joss Allingham, Kangaroo
Hills, is a visitor in town.
Mrs. J. P. Larsen will return on
Tuesday after spending Carnival week
in Townsville.
Miss Clewes, All Souls School, is
spending the midwinter vacation at
Townsville.
Mr. R. Spargo, who has been visit-
ing Townsville, returned home over
land.
Mr. McKenzie passed through from
Innisfail by motor on his way to
Brisbane.
Mr. V. Swithenbank, Postal Depart-
ment, leaves shortly on relieving duties
to Prairie.
Mr. and Mrs. McKinnon, Mt. Mc-
Connell, are in town.
Miss V. Roughan is spending a
Mrs. R. Douglas is visiting Mingela
for a few days.
Mr. B. and Mr. L Douglas are
spending a short stay at Townsville.
Mr. W. Stewart. Millchester, is visit-
ing Townsville for the races.
Mrs. E. Cundell, Victor Street, has
returned after visiting her mother
and sister, .Melbourne.
Mr. Jim. Stewart, Mt. Isa, is the
guest of his aunt, Mrs. B. Steen,
Townsville.
Miss Thelma McCann, Townsville, is
holidaying at Pentland.
Miss Lily Pilcher, after visiting her
parensts, Mr. and Mrs. Pilcher, Pent-
land, for the school vacation, left
on her return to St. Patrick's Convent,
Mrs. Yeats and four children, Mt.
Emu Station, Torrens Creek, went
through here last Saturday, on their
way to Townsville for the Show and
races.
Miss Helen Bowman after holiday-
weeks as the guest of Miss B. Taylor,
returns home next week.
Miss W. Sloan and snall son,
Alfred, returned home on Monday,
after a few days spent at Rcid River.
Mrs. W. Harrington and family,
accompanied by Mrs. W. Humphries,
who went out to their station, Emu
Plains, for the races, returned to
town last Saturday.
Mrs. K. B. Meager was a Towers
visitor to Townsville for last week-
end returning home by mail train
Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Tate and small
daughter Lenore arrived here from
Maryborough by Tuesday's mail train
on a visit to her mother, Mrs. T.
Mrs. W. Johnson was a passenger
leaving here by mail train on Wed-
nesday to spend an extended holiday
Misses E. and Dora Hubner passed
through Charters Towers from Clon-
curry on Wednesday going to Towns-
ville.
Miss B. Taylor, Blackheath, after
spending the mid-winter vacation at
her home, Carpentaria Downs, returns
to Charters Towers next week.
Mr. S. Bowen, after spedning the
Byromine races returned home over-
land during the week.
Miss Mavis Affleck, Blackheath
left on Monday for Gordonvale.
Mis. Donaldson, who has been stay-
ing with Mrs. Firth, Racecourse Road,
on a visit to Charters Towers, has
returned to her home at Townsville.
Mis. C. E. Roberts and Miss Myrtle
Roberts are holidaying at Brisbane.
Mrs. H. Mellick and Miss M. Anthony
left here on Wednesday on a visit
to Townsville.
Mrs. Geo. Stenzil and daughter were
Towers visitors to Townsville, for the
show and arrived home by mail train
Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Walker, Brisbane,
are expected to arrive here during the
week-end on a visit to his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Walker, Devereaux
Street.
After a stay here with her paretns
Mr. and Mrs. Keast, Mrs. J. Hayes
returned to Townsville on Monday.
Miss Nell Bowen, after spending the
midwinter vacation here with her
parents, left on Monday on return
to St. Patrick's Convent, Townsville.
Miss May Greaney is visiting
Townsville.
After week-ending here, Mr. W
Phillipson left on return to Bowen
on Monday.
Mrs. McIntyre, of Collinsdale, went
thruogh to Townsville by the mid-day
Mr. D. Nutley, Railway Department,
returned to Charters Towers on Sat-
urday from relieving duties at Home-
Mrs. H. Newman and family re-
turned from the south by msil train
Mrs. T. Harrison left on Monday
to spend a few days in Townsville.
Mr. Bert Millican, Railway Station
master at Julia Creek, went through
Charters Towers on Monday to Towns-
Messrs. W. Laidlow, R. Emanuel
and S. Sannderson were Pentland
visitors here for last week-end.
Mrs. J. Rollinson, Alandale, and
her guest. Sister Kenny, were visit-
ors to town, and returned to the
station Tuesday evening.
The following were visitors at the
Hotel Australian, during the week :
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ferguson (Mel-
bourne), Mr. and Mrs. A. Fox (Innis-
fail), Mr. G. Neil (Sydney), Messrs. S.
Williams, C. Balany and G. Coleman
(Lolworth), Mr. G. H Gordon (Yan-
dini), Mr. W. Watt (Bonnie Doone),
Mr. H. Harrison (Bowwn), Mr. R
Fanning (Brisbane), Mr. R. McAlis-
ter (Townsville), Mr. M. E. Murry
(Townsville).
The following visitors were at the
Exelsior Hotel during the week : Mrs.
J. Martin (Brisbane) Mr. J. C. Mit-
chell (Brisbane) Mr. A. G. Spivey
(Brisbane), Mr. Stan Webb (Brisbane)
Mr. Stacethi (Sydney), Mr. Len J.
Donovan (Brisbane), Detective Senior
Sergeant O'Driscoll (Townsville), Mr.
J. A. Burnup (Hughenden), Mr. Mor-
ris White (Lerida), Miss Eve White
(Mount Sturgeon), Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas R. Channell (Townsville), Mr
W. Taylor, Junr. (Maxwelton), Mr.
S. F. Sulley (Sydney), Mr. J. Moore
Murphy (Melbourne), Mr. Harold G.
Chester (Brisbane), Mr. H. V. Thorn
(Brisbane), Mr. Jack Bell, Senr. (Car-
digan) Mr. and Mrs. Eric Foote
(Boonderoo), Miss Foote (Cardington)
Mrs. Geo. Hollingsworth, Master Har-
old Foote (Grammar School, Towns-
ville), Mr. J Bell, Junr. (Cardigan)
Mr. W. Hollingsworth and son
(Toomba), Miss M. F. Salmon (Burde-
kin Downs), Mr. Shann (Ayr), Mr.
Jas Porter (Brisbane), Mr. Wilkins
)Brisbane), Mr. Len Doran (Towns-
The following we among the vis-
itors at the Crown Hotel during the
week : Mr F. Bundick (Harvest
Home), Mr. and Mrs. Jos Allingham
(Kangaroo Hills), Mr. Roy Thorn
(Townsville), Mr. Noel Robertson
(Brisbane), Mr. C. G. Lash (Towns-
ville), Mr. Jack Elliott (Townsville),
Mr. Jack Henderson (Brisbane), Mr.
Adam Black (Pajingo), Mr. and Mrs.
Jun Rollinson (Allendale), Sister
Kenny (Brisbane), Mr. Nathan Sur-
geon (Woodbine, Prairie), Mr. G.
M. Francis (Brisbane), Mr. H. S.
Harden (Brisbane), Mr. Jack Hinch-
man (Brisbane), Mr. H. Nutt (Towns-
ville), Mr. and Mrs. Jack Allingham
and Master Jack Allingham (Fletcher-
vale), Mr. Newman Lawler (Brisbane),
Mr. G. Gower (Brisbane), Mr. Jeff
Hilder (Brisbane), Mr. Sid Turner
(Brisbane), Mr. J. Nichols (Brisbane)
Mr. J. A. Kingsford (Brisbane), Mr.
Tom Salmon (Burdekin Downs), Rev.
and Mrs. Phillis and children (2)
(Hughenden), Mr. Featherstone )Kan-
garoo Hills), Mr. Jim Warren (Stan-
thorpe), Mr. Cliff White (Townsville),
Mr. Clem Walker (Lolworth), Mr. W.
G Brown (Lolworth).
GOSSIP (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Saturday 24 June 1933 page 4 2017-02-24 11:51 Mrs. E, J. Swaney, who has been
holidaying here for ths past few
monlne, left by last Saturday aftw
noon's mali train on her roturn to the
cua&u
After spending a holiday at the roan.
Mr. «nd Urs. Geo. Thompson pesseri
through on thair return to Husfcenden
By the mall train on Saturday.
Mis* Winsome coiteiio, St. Patrick'*
Collage, Towhsvllls, ariivaa hums on
Tuesday to spend the school's vaoa
tlo-i wall her parents.
Mrs. J. T. Boyd and infant son, ac
companied by .Miss Jane Boyd, Mt.
lea, wlio have been holidaying in tire
through Charters Towers on their re
Mrs. A. Alam, Sydney, accumpiuiied
by Master E. MclUck, came here by
the evening train on Tlnireday, and
are the guests of her mother, Mrs. w.
Anthony, lor an extended visit.
Mrs. F. Annins end Miss Lettic Ali
ning, Oargoon, Pentiand, went through
here on Thursday on thalr return
Miss Marjctrie Jloughton joined Mon
for Townsvllle.
Constable Paradine returned ti>'ni
Townsvllle to Wlnton on Tuesday. He
leaven shortly on transfer to Bowen.
After spending a few weeks* holiday
at Townsvllle and tte North, Mr. and
Mr. A. L. Clark, who has been super
vising the dismantling of llie Woollen
Sydney, before leaving for papusi.
Mr. Mnddocl: wont through .*0
Huglienden on Tuesday evening and
toast yesterday morning.
Plains, were in town for e. few days
during the week, as the puest or Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Houghton, New Quern
I Road, and vrere accompanied on their
reutrn homo by Miss Nono Houghton,
Mrs. T. Lowth lett on lier return to
Townsvllle on Wednesday, otter bcini;
, the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. Camp
Mrs. K."liy, of Cloncurry, was on
board Wednesday's mid-day mail tr-in,
going' through to Townsvllle.
Mrs. (Teo. Ijear, Townsvllle. returns
home to-day after spending a lwtidnv
til- Charters Towers as the guest if
Mrs. W. CI all.
Mr. and Mrs. ?. Mitchell and son
Cordon have returned to Townsvllle
! after being the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
A. gttnbrook, Towors Street, for the
Mr. J. Sellnrs is holidaying li'. i'r
from To»-n3i'Hle.
Miss Ryan arrived here from l?ris
? bane, and nftr<r spending a few days
bei'i-, leaves to-day for Inghnni.
M-. A. Ueorne, Mt. Carmel Collrpn
teaching staff, left by yesterday niorr.
ing's trudn to spend the school's vaca
tion at Hockharapton.
lea to Townsvlllci by the mail train
Mrs. T. Gougli, v.'hn has been visiting
her mother, Mrs. Telford, Mnry Street,
left on Wednesday for Townsvllle, la(cr
leaving on iior return to Townsville.
Mr. A. H. Rivett went through Cliorl -
ers Toweis yesterday morning on his
return to Sydney from n Mt. ten visit.
Mrs. O'Driscoil left on Friday to
spend three weeks' stay at Tlavon."
son Allan, arrived from Townsvllln
on Thursday evening, and iliey will
be the guests or Mr. and Mrs. TC.
Biowi:, King street, for n week's r t ay.
MIPS Provan, Blaafchcatfi College,
joined yesterday's train bsro nnd
left to spend a month's holiday «t
ToowoombB.
ns U>e guest of Mrs. W. Robinson.
Mr. J. Costies returned during (he
week from n visit to Merlndn.
Mr-'. KlcvdlEO.1 and soils (2) Imt
o.i Monday lcr the south', ilr. Steven,
son accompanying item to Townsvllle,
Constable Borgnadt was on board
Tuesday afternoon s train goinj
I through on return to Richmond Si'oiu
! Townsvillc.
Mr, Geo. Cavcy r-pent last wo?k end
a-; Burdckln Downs cs the Euest t?:
Mi. and Mrs. T. J. Salmon.
i Mrs. Barker and daughter, after
; holidaying here, left cn Saturday to
1 visit Towftsvaie before returning to
| tlioir Jiome ei Bowel).
Mia# olive Tucker left on £«tur<!ny
I for Hume Hill,
Miss Mi.na Hanralvni left on U'e<i
i nesday lcr Alarybvouuh, where .'.Im
| will l.T lutui-y reside.
; Mia. Koaneally j«turnci3 to her home
I at Hu&henden on Wednesday after
| staying here on visit fla the guest cf
I her mothrer, Mis. Telford, Mary Street..
Mr. p. Mclntyro returned from B
. Mr. E. Gunn spent a lew days here
I and leiurned to To«-nsville last week,
j Miss O'Mar-i, who- has been the
Sellhelin, later leaving on her return
to Townsvllle.
Mrs. Robinson, aecompaniod by Mr?.
? E. Clftxton returned from Townsrfiie
' by Wednesday evening's train.
Mr. J. Bushcll and daughter, Collins
; vllle. left for liomc after spending a
, snort holiday with Ms mother, Mrs. J.
j Bushcll, ChartM-s Tcweis.
! Mrs. W. Peng-cMy has returned to
: Charters Towers after an extended
1 holiday spent In the South.
| Toe following visitors have been
raying at liie Crown Hotel daring the
weak: Mr. Allsopp iHuglienden), Mr,
| P. Frecker (Sydney), MV. J. A. Mo
: uiiie tMt. iKa)p Mi*, and Mo>, VV,
j Hogan and Master Billy Hogau (Win
; ton), Mr. ond Mrs. F. R. Banyard
! (Sydney), Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hanloti
Miss Haulou ^ Brisbane), Mr. w. J.
I Ball (Under Secretary), Mrs. F. Giles
: (Mt. ISlsiQ), Mr. F. M. Watt®' (Bru
. bane), Mr. h. s. Young (Brisbane).
C. N, Coll (Brisbane), Mr. B. w,
iStonington), Mr. R. Godwin (Towns
vllle), Mr. R. Grimmer (Townsvllle).
; Mr. w. Miirks iDrlsbane), Mrs,
Gulnane (Townsvillc), Messrs. F. E.
j and J. B, King (Bulliwallah), Mr J!
' McAllister (Townsvllle), Mr. H. Nutt
iTownsvillo), Mr. H. De Courcey
iHughenden), Mr. A. J. Collins
(Townsvllle). Mr. G. Armstrong
(Townsnlle), Mr. E. L. Erowne
? Townsvillc), Mr. T. M. Barber (Br|s.
banc), Dr. Stevens, Mr. J. W. (.'mild
< Trnvusvllla), Mr. Madsen (Townsvllle),
Mr. J. M. Laborn .(Sydney), Messra.
A. A. Fraser, H. G. Branchflower.
Neville, Ralph and Philp Woodhouso
(nil or Kllcmmnln), Mr. W. P. Temple,
mnn (Brisbane). Mr. J. Wilson <Bris
bane), Mr. P. McTntyre (Mnrkovl Mr.
VV. Byrnes (BleteMnutuu Pirk), Mr.
?Tolm Lenox (Kill:ivnii).
Among tlic, visitors u]hj stayed nt
the JSxc^Ibioj' Hoioi during ihc tvepfc
were the following: Mr.. Robert Me
GregCr 'New Zeoland), Mr. E Hus
Bell (TownsvlNe), Mr. A. Ev.lns
. Townsvllle). Mr. p. A. Joynt (Syd
nr.y), Mr y Andftvson (Brisbane),
Mr. Oouglnr. f!. Channel! (Townsvllle),
Mr. Tom F. O:ir:inro (Mount K|.tU)j
Mr. K. prat (en i CommcumeaHU
I'.iiiik Inspecting staff, Sydney), Mr.
T. F. Bronkhorst (Brisbane), Mr. Ji.
M. SVAs 'Townsvillc), Mr. ,T. Nevillo
(Crwnvue Station), nr. V,'. ,T. Chap,
nmn (Tfrnnnvlltf), Mr. T. K. r!lbs..n
(Townsvllle), Mr. W. Martin (Tnnii-.
Vllle), Mr, XI, Bacltert (Brl^l nnoi,
Mr. H. M. SidRwiek (Kutnndra), m^s
O. Clark (Maryvalc), Mr. Jan. A. Tnlt
(Hughcnden), Dr. j. j. Wall (M'l
bourne), Mr. .Tas TlionmK (Lolwovtlo,
Mr. F. Wlllilns (ftrlrhone). Mr. I:. m.
While 'Hrlshnnf). >,fr, r>. Rlorrtnn
M.H.R. (Canberra), Wr. E. Corbefl
(TonmviHo, Mr. E. WObb fTos-ns
»ilo), "fir. M. HIeltcy (Townn
v'lle), MM. and Mlsa Haydon fNev
South Wales), Mr. Stirling Henrx
(Sydney), Mr. A. Smith (Klflston\, Mr.
.T. A. Burnun (Htighenden), Mr. n.
roieson (Brisbane).
Mrs. E. J. Swaney, who has been
holidaying here for the past few
months, left by last Saturday after-
noon's mail train on her return to the
coast.
After spending a holiday at the coast,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thompson passed
through on thair return to Hughenden
by the mail train on Saturday.
Miss Winsome Costello, St. Patrick's
Collage, Townsville, arrived home on
Tuesday to spend the school's vaca-
tion with her parents.
Mrs. J. T. Boyd and infant son, ac-
companied by Miss Jane Boyd, Mt.
Isa, who have been holidaying in the
through Charters Towers on their re-
Mrs. A. Alam, Sydney, accompanied
by Master E. Mcllick, came here by
the evening train on Thursday, and
are the guests of her mother, Mrs. W.
Anthony, for an extended visit.
Mrs. F. Anning and Miss Lettie An-
ning, Cargoon, Pentland, went through
here on Thursday on their return
Miss Marjorie Houghton joined Mon-
for Townsville.
Constable Paradine returned from
Townsville to Winton on Tuesday. He
leaves shortly on transfer to Bowen.
After spending a few weeks' holiday
at Townsville and the North, Mr. and
Mr. A. L. Clark, who has been super-
vising the dismantling of the Woollen
Sydney, before leaving for Papua.
Mr. Maddock went through to
Hughenden on Tuesday evening and
coast yesterday morning.
Plains, were in town for a few days
during the week, as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Houghton, New Queen
Road, and were accompanied on their
return home by Miss Nono Houghton,
Mrs. T. Lowth left on her return to
Townsville on Wednesday, after being
the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. Camp-
Mrs. Kelly, of Cloncurry, was on
board Wednesday's mid-day mail train,
going through to Townsville.
Mrs. Geo. Lear, Townsville, returns
home to-day after spending a holiday
at Charters Towers as the guest of
Mrs. W. Galt.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Mitchell and son
Gordon have returned to Townsville
after being the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Stanbrook, Towers Street, for the
Mr. J. Sellars is holidaying here
from Townsville.
Miss Ryan arrived here from Bris-
bane, and after spending a few days
here, leaves to-day for Ingham.
Mr. A. George, Mt. Carmel College
teaching staff, left by yesterday morn-
ing's train to spend the school's vaca-
tion at Rockhampton.
Isa to Townsville by the mail train
Mrs. T. Gough, who has been visiting
her mother, Mrs. Telford, Mary Street,
left on Wednesday for Townsville, later
leaving on her return to Townsville.
Mr. A. H. Rivett went through Chart -
ers Towers yesterday morning on his
return to Sydney from a Mt. Isa visit.
Mrs. O'Driscoll left on Friday to
spend three weeks' stay at Ravens-
son Allan, arrived from Townsville
on Thursday evening, and they will
be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Brown, King street, for a week's stay.
Miss Provan, Blackheath College,
joined yesterday's train here and
left to spend a month's holiday at
Toowoomba.
as the guest of Mrs. W. Robinson.
Mr. J. Castles returned during the
week from a visit to Merinda.
Mrs. Stevenson and sons (2) left
on Monday for the south, Mr. Steven-
son accompanying them to Townsville.
Constable Borghadt was on board
Tuesday afternoon's train going
through on return to Richmond from
Townsville.
Mr. Geo. Cavcy spent last week-end
at Burdekin Downs as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Salmon.
Mrs. Barker and daughter, after
holidaying here, left on Saturday to
visit Townsville before returning to
their home at Bowen.
Miss Olive Tucker left on Saturday
for Hume Hill.
Miss Mona Hanrahan left on Wed-
nesday for Maryborough, where she
will in future reside.
Mrs. Keaneally returned to her home
at Hughenden on Wednesday after
staying here on visit as the guest of
her mother, Mrs. Telford, Mary Street.
Mr. P. McIntyre returned from a
Mr. E. Gunn spent a few days here
and returned to Townsville last week.
Miss O'Mara, who has been the
Sellheim, later leaving on her return
to Townsville.
Mrs. Robinson, aecompaniod by Mrs.
E. Clatxton returned from Townsville
by Wednesday evening's train.
Mr. J. Bushell and daughter, Collins-
ville, left for homc after spending a
short holiday with his mother, Mrs. J.
Bushcll, Charters Towers.
Mrs. W. Pengelly has returned to
Charters Towers after an extended
holiday spent in the South.
The following visitors have been
staying at the Crown Hotel daring the
week : Mr. Allsopp (Hughenden), Mr,
P. Frecker (Sydney), Mr. J. A. Mc-
Ghie (Mt. Isa), Mr. and Mrs. W.
Hogan and Master Billy Hogan (Win-
ton), Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Banyard
(Sydney), Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hanlon
Miss Haulon ( Brisbane), Mr. W. J.
Ball (Under Secretary), Mrs. F. Giles
(Mt. Elsie), Mr. F. M. Watts (Bris-
bane), Mr. H. S. Young (Brisbane),
C. N. Coll (Brisbane), Mr. B. W.
(Stonington), Mr. R. Godwin (Towns-
ville), Mr. R. Grimmer (Townsville),
Mr. W. Marks (Brisbane), Mrs,
Guinane (Townsvillc), Messrs. F. E.
and J. B, King (Bulliwallah), Mr J.
McAllister (Townsville), Mr. H. Nutt
(Townsville), Mr. H. De Courcey
(Hughenden), Mr. A. J. Collins
(Townsville), Mr. G. Armstrong
(Townsville), Mr. E. L. Browne
(Townsville), Mr. T. M. Barber (Bris-
bane), Dr. Stevens, Mr. J. W. Gould
(Townsville), Mr. Madsen (Townsville),
Mr. J. M. Laborn (Sydney), Messrs.
A. A. Fraser, H. G. Branchflower,
Neville, Ralph and Philp Woodhouse
(all of Kileummin), Mr. W. P. Temple-
man (Brisbane), Mr. J. Wilson (Bris-
bane), Mr. P. McIntyre (Mackay), Mr.
W. Byrnes (Bletchington Park), Mr.
John Lenox (Kilkivan).
Among the visitors who stayed at
the Excelsior Hotel during the week
were the following : Mr. Robert Mc-
Gregor (New Zealand), Mr. E. Rus-
sell (Townsville), Mr. A. Evans
(Townsville), Mr. P. A. Joynt (Syd-
ney), Mr. F. J. Anderson (Brisbane),
Mr. Douglas R. Channell (Townsville),
Mr. Tom F. Clarance (Mount Elsie),
Mr. F. Pratten (Commonwealth
Bank Inspecting Staff, Sydney), Mr.
T. F. Bronkhorst (Brisbane), Mr. E.
M. Swales (Townsville), Mr. J. Neville
(Greenvale Station), Dr. W. J. Chap-
mad (Townsville), Mr. T. E. Gibson
(Townsville), Mr. W. Martin (Towns-
ville), Mr. H. Backert (Brisbane),
Mr. H. M. Sidgwick (Katandra), Miss
O. Clark (Maryvale), Mr. Jas. A. Tait
(Hughcnden), Dr. J. J. Wall (Mel-
bourne), Mr. Jas homas (Lolworth),
Mr. F. Wilkins (Brisbane). Mr. R. M.
White (Brisbane), Mr. D. Riordan
M.H.R. (Canberra), Mr. E. Corbett
(Townsville), Mr. E. Webb (Towns-
ville), Mr. Jas M. Hickey (Towns-
ville), Mrs. and Miss Haydon (New
South Wales), Mr. Stirling Henry
(Sydney), Mr. A. Smith (Kidston), Mr.
J. A. Burnup (Hughenden), Mr. R.
Coleson (Brisbane).
GOSSIP. (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Saturday 26 December 1936 page 3 2017-02-23 15:30 " GOSSIP
Mr. L, caton left by 'plane yester
day morning to spend a. holiday In
last Monday to spend a short boll
day in TownsvlUe.
Mr. C. Lucas arrived on Wednes
'train to spend the Christmas holi
Mr. J. Latin, Ayr, is the guest or
Bell, Lornsleigh, are visitors to town ,
Matron Boyd, Blackheatn College,;
Is spending the Christmas vacation at
Bowen
Miss Dulcle Bel), of Townsvllle, la
with her parents, School Street,
Miss Minnie Wood leaves by tram
w-day to spend a short holiday m
Townsvllle
Miss F Phillips, Home Hi!!, ar
a holiday In Charters Towers.
Miss Doreen Warrick, Townsvuic,
arrived on Friday to spend tbe
to-day's mall train to spend a holi
Miss F. Annlng is spending the
i Christmas holidays at Cornelia Sta
Miss Ena, Matthews, TownsvWe,
Miss Cora Smith Is spending the
week-end in Townsvlile.
Mr. D. Allan Is a Townsvii'e vis
itor to Charters Towers lor the
stayed at the Crown Hotel were: Mr.
and Mils. P. Bundock (Harvest Home),
Ted Bundock (Sing's College, Sydney),
Mr. Tom and Mtss May Clark (Mlrtna),
Mr. J. Hell (Barring-ton Station), Mr.
O. T. Jones (TownsvUle), Mr. R. A.
Elherington (Mackay), Mrs. F. Giles
Downs), Mr. 1. Copley (TownsvUle),
Mr. J. Harrison (Allendale). Mr. A.
Black (Pajingo), Mr. and Mrs. K. Dag
lelsh (Sydney), Mr. C. Walker (Lol
worth), Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Walker j
(Oakley. Station), Mr. and Mrs. H.
Hullihan (Hughenflen), Mr. B. Culll
(Oakley Station), Mr. W. Clark (Brls-!
bane), Mr. A. Cameron (Hughenden).
Mr. J. Madsen (Tonnsville), Mr. J.
Cox (Sydney), Mr. a. Woodburn and:
Miss Edna (H»e Bluff), Mr. J. Brough
ton (Cairns), Mr. P. Annlng (Cornelia).
ceek (or Hughenden
Mr. end Mrs. C. Buckler, Malandn,
ue spending the Christmas with Mr
Mrs. Eowstcad and family, tjl'k
Mr. and Mis. 0. S. Barflon, Hugh
enden, passed through at tbe begin
in Townsvllle.
Mr C. Bardon spent. last weelneafl
in Charters' Towers.
Mr. and Mrs Steve Aiming, Cornelia
station (Pentland) joined the Man
Mr, P. Thompson, Hughenden, ar
spend the Christmas with his par
Mr. and Mrs."J. J. Boland are!
Hotel Canberra
Toners during the week stayed at tne
Excelsior Hotel: Mr and Mis. A. E.
Walker (Vtndex Station, Winton), Mr
J. Stuttard (Townsvllle), Mr. A. Wil
Oavids (Townsvllle), Mr. R. Simp
son (Townsvllle), Mr. G, Mason
(Townsvllle), Mr. E. T. Russell
(Townsvllle), Mr. N. Jameson (New
Zealand), Miss C. CurtJn (Towns
vlle), Miss rinnerty (Townsvllle), Dr,
Park and two children (Wllston),
Mrs. E. Oeddes fRockhampton), Mr.
W. H. Stevens (townsvllle), Mr. ana
Mrs. T. Ball (Rbckdule, Nelia), Mr.
Hoollhan (Hughenden), Mr. J. Balun
(Sprlngsure), Mr. R. S. Daves
.Townsville).
Miss Bubbles Allen, Hopewooa
House, Sydney, passed through dur
ing the week to spend the school vac
Mrs. W. S. Hood. She was accom
Mr. and Mrs. G. Walker, accom
panied by Miss Betty Walter, alter
spending a few days In Townsvllie,
Mr. w. Alllngham, Fletchervale
station. Is spending the Christmas in
Miss Lily Mllllcan is spending the]
week-end In Townsvllle.
Miss N. Knipe, TownsvUle, is spend
Mr. and Mrs. Reg Barry, Townsvnle,
are spending the Christmas In Char
were: Mr. and Mrs. W. McDougai
(Townsville), Mr. and Mrs. Q. cos
Martell (Townsvllle), Miss Airne
Warren (Cairns)', Miss Shirley Allen
; (Mt. Isa), Miss Nancy Crib (Julia
Creek), Miss Diana Dawson (Silk
wood), Miss V. Braham (Bilkwood),
(lea! (Industrial Mining Inspector,
tEumarah Springs), Mr. W. H. Bull
(Itownsville), Mr. H. Button (Max
welton), Mr. T. R. Bel! (Public
Worts Deportment Brisbane)* Mr.
A. J. Adams (Public Works Depart
ment, Townnville), Mr C. Davis
(Cairns), Mr. T. K Doyle (Bris
bane), Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cafileron
and infant (Tlliaria, Aramac), M(ss
M, Costello jnr. (Windsor), Mr. A.
Costello Windsor), Mr. A. E. Dunn
<Townsvil)e).
Mr. C. Robinson, Townsvllle, is a
Townsvllle visitor to Charters Tow
? Miss M. Nixon, Townsvtlle, arrived
Mr. A. Uren, Halanda, arrived
Mr. G. Christenson, Townsvllle, i&
spending the Christmas In Charter*
Towers. ,
Urs R. Morrison and two children,
Oanoonba, arrived by train on Thurs
day on spend Christmas with fcer
Miss Dawn Brownson, "frownsviiib,
the guest of Mft. Purcell, Tram Street
Mrs. 3. Landsberg and daughter,
Christmas in TTownsvttie.
The Misses D. J. Smythe, Towns
Kenned}', Bellvue Street.
GOSSIP
Mr. L, caton left by 'plane yester-
day morning to spend a holiday in
last Monday to spend a short holi-
day in Townsville.
Mr. C. Lucas arrived on Wednes-
train to spend the Christmas holi-
Mr. J. Latin, Ayr, is the guest of
Bell, Lornsleigh, are visitors to town.
Matron Boyd, Blackheath College,
is spending the Christmas vacation at
Bowen.
Miss Dulcie Bell, of Townsville, is
with her parents, School Street.
Miss Minnie Wood leaves by train
to-day to spend a short holiday in
Townsville.
Miss F Phillips, Home Hill, ar-
a holiday in Charters Towers.
Miss Doreen Warrick, Townsville,
arrived on Friday to spend the
to-day's mail train to spend a holi-
Miss F. Anning is spending the
Christmas holidays at Cornelia Sta-
Miss Ena Matthews, Townsville,
Miss Cora Smith is spending the
week-end in Townsville.
Mr. D. Allan is a Townsville vis-
itor to Charters Towers for the
stayed at the Crown Hotel were : Mr.
and Mrs. P. Bundock (Harvest Home),
Ted Bundock (King's College, Sydney),
Mr. Tom and Miss May Clark (Mirtna),
Mr. J. Hall (Barrington Station), Mr.
O. T. Jones (Townsville), Mr. R. A.
Etherington (Mackay), Mrs. F. Giles
Downs), Mr. J. Copley (Townsville),
Mr. J. Harrison (Allendale), Mr. A.
Black (Pajingo), Mr. and Mrs. K. Dag-
leish (Sydney), Mr. C. Walker (Lol-
worth), Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Walker
(Oakley Station), Mr. and Mrs. H.
Hullihan (Hughenden), Mr. B. Culli-
(Oakley Station), Mr. W. Clark (Bris-
bane), Mr. A. Cameron (Hughenden),
Mr. J. Madsen (Townsville), Mr. J.
Cox (Sydney), Mr. G. Woodburn and
Miss Edna (The Bluff), Mr. J. Brough-
ton (Cairns), Mr. P. Anning (Cornelia),
week for Hughenden
Mr. and Mrs. C. Buckler, Malanda,
are spending the Christmas with Mr
Mrs. Bowstcad and family, Silk-
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bardon, Hugh-
enden, passed through at tbe begin-
in Townsville.
Mr C. Bardon spent last week-end
in Charters Towers.
Mr. and Mrs Steve Anning, Cornelia
station (Pentland) joined the Man-
Mr. P. Thompson, Hughenden, ar-
spend the Christmas with his par-
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Boland are
Hotel Canberra.
Towers during the week stayed at the
Excelsior Hotel : Mr and Mrs. A. E.
Walker (Vindex Station, Winton), Mr
J. Stuttard (Townsville), Mr. A. Wil-
Davids (Townsville), Mr. R. Simp-
son (Townsville), Mr. G. Mason
(Townsville), Mr. E. T. Russell
(Townsville), Mr. N. Jameson (New
Zealand), Miss C. Curtin (Towns-
ville), Miss Finnerty (Townsville), Dr.
Park and two children (Wilston),
Mrs. E. Geddes (Rockhampton), Mr.
W. H. Stevens (Townsville), Mr. and
Mrs. T. Ball (Rockdale, Nelia), Mr.
Hoolihan (Hughenden), Mr. J. Bailin-
(Springsure), Mr. R. S. Daves
(Townsville).
Miss Bubbles Allen, Hopewood
House, Sydney, passed through dur-
ing the week to spend the school vac-
Mrs. W. S. Hood. She was accom-
Mr. and Mrs. G. Walker, accom-
panied by Miss Betty Walker, after
spending a few days in Townsville,
Mr. W. Allingham, Fletchervale
station, is spending the Christmas in
Miss Lily Millican is spending the
week-end in Townsville.
Miss N. Knipe, Townsville, is spend-
Mr. and Mrs. Reg Barry, Townsville,
are spending the Christmas in Char-
were : Mr. and Mrs. W. McDougal
(Townsville), Mr. and Mrs. Q. Cos-
Martell (Townsville), Miss Anne
Warren (Cairns), Miss Shirley Allen
(Mt. Isa), Miss Nancy Crib (Julia
Creek), Miss Diana Dawson (Silk-
wood), Miss V. Braham (Silkwood),
Real (Industrial Mining Inspector,
(Eumarah Springs), Mr. W. H. Bull
(Townsville), Mr. H. Hutton (Max-
welton), Mr. T. R. Bell (Public
Works Department Brisbane), Mr.
A. J. Adams (Public Works Depart-
ment, Townsville), Mr C. Davis
(Cairns), Mr. T. F. Doyle (Bris-
bane), Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cameron
and infant (Tillaria, Aramac), Miss
M. Costello jnr. (Windsor), Mr. A.
Costello (Windsor), Mr. A. E. Dunn
(Townsville).
Mr. C. Robinson, Townsville, is a
Townsville visitor to Charters Tow-
Miss M. Nixon, Townsville, arrived
Mr. A. Uren, Malanda, arrived by
Mr. G. Christenson, Townsville, is
spending the Christmas in Charters
Towers.
Mrs R. Morrison and two children,
Oonoonba, arrived by train on Thurs-
day on spend Christmas with her
Miss Dawn Brownson, Twonsville,
the guest of Mrs. Purcell, Tram Street.
Mrs. J. Landsberg and daughter,
Christmas in Townsville.
The Misses D. J. Smythe, Towns-
Kennedy, Bellvue Street.
GOSSIP. (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Wednesday 10 February 1937 page 3 2017-02-23 15:02 Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Egaii left by
Monday's Iraln lo spend a few months
holiday In Sydney and Melbourne.
Mr. C. Leake, C rail ford, visited
was Miss Elaine Stenzei, Innisfail, who
passed in all her nine subjects, obtain'
jng six A and three B passes. She Is
14 years of age, Is a pupil of the Bris
daughter of Mr. G. Stenzei, formerly
Mrs. G. H .Stuarl, senr., Richmond,
home after holidaying at Dolswood
last Saturday's mall train after spend
Island."
Mrs. R. G. Bradley and family, Rich
lo spend a few weeks at Townsville
Mrs. Black, Pajlngo, Is a visitor to
Brisbane. They were Accompanied as
Miss J. McBesn, St. Gabriel's School,
has returned alter spending the
vacation In Cairns.
island.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Pfelffer and son,
spend a few. days in Home Hill.
Mrs. N. Mndlay, Kcnmac, Richmond,
Nunc E. O'Neill is spending her
vacation at Picnic Bay. '
Miss Jackson, Bt. Gabriel's School,
lias returned to Charters Towers after
spending the school vacation in Mac
Mrs. Athlnson, of #.yr, is spending a
holiday with her father, Mr. J. Boy
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. swaync and chil
were the guests of Mr. McGrath, Most
Mrs. w. Heyden, Ravenswood, was a
visitor to charters Towers last week.
Mr. w. Harrington, Ewan Plains, Is
Mrs. Carter and MIEE D. carter nave
returned home to Home H1U, after
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. h. Peace.
Mr. P. Lewer returned to Townsvllie
after placing Master Garrle Lewer at
Mr. Dan Mills returned to Towns
villa by Monday evening's train after
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Egan left by
Monday's train to spend a few months
holiday in Sydney and Melbourne.
Mr. C. Leake, C ranford, visited
was Miss Elaine Stenzel, Innisfail, who
passed in all her nine subjects, obtain-
ing six A and three B passes. She is
14 years of age, is a pupil of the Bris-
daughter of Mr. G. Stenzel, formerly
Mrs. G. H. Stuart, senr., Richmond,
home after holidaying at Dotswood
last Saturday's mail train after spend-
Island.
Mrs. R. G. Bradley and family, Rich-
to spend a few weeks at Townsville
Mrs. Black, Pajingo, is a visitor to
Brisbane. They were accompanied as
Miss J. McBean, St. Gabriel's School,
has returned after spending the
vacation in Cairns.
Island.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Pfeiffer and son,
spend a few days in Home Hill.
Mrs. N. Findlay, Kenmac, Richmond,
Nurse E. O'Neill is spending her
vacation at Picnic Bay.
Miss Jackson, St. Gabriel's School,
has returned to Charters Towers after
spending the school vacation in Mac-
Mrs. Athinson, of Ayr, is spending a
holiday with her father, Mr. J. Boy-
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Swayne and chil-
were the guests of Mr. McGrath, Mos-
Mrs. W. Heyden, Ravenswood, was a
visitor to Charters Towers last week.
Mr. W. Harrington, Ewan Plains, is
Mrs. Carter and Miss D. Carter have
returned home to Home Hill, after
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Peace,
Mr. P. Lewer returned to Townsville
after placing Master Garrie Lewer at
Mr. Dan Mills returned to Towns-
ville by Monday evening's train after

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