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    Teachers' and Scholarship Examinations. —The annual teachers' examinations were commenced in the Central Schools yesterday, and will be continued until Saturday ...

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  3. Remarkable Midget Performers in Brisbane.

    Last night there arrived in Brisbane Irvin[?]'s Imperial Midgets, a unique band of Lilliputians, who will appear at the Empire Theatre on Saturday. Their height ranges from 30 inches to 46 inches. Some idea of their size is gauged from a comparison with Mr. Barrington' Waters. Those at the back are standing on high seats. They are all full grown and highly intellectual, and come from all parts of the world. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Sir Leo Chiozza-Money, writing hie first of a series of articles in the "Daily Chronicle" on the "World Race for Trade," deals with Britain. He points ...

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    Benefit Concert.—On Wednesday, April 21, the Gayndah Amateur Theatrical Society journeyed by car to Byrnestown, for the purpose of holding a concert and ...

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    Personal.—Mr. Len. Rotes, assistant C.P.S., is spending his annual holidays with his parents at Gympie.—Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Heathwood and family left ...

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    Police Court.—At the Police Court, before Mr. F. G. M. Burne, P.M., Joseph Farrell and James Hannan, on remand, were charged with vagraney, and that ...

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  8. COOROY.

    Personal.—A welcome was tendered to the Rev. Mr. Bean and his wife in the local Methodist Church by members of the church and other citizens. Mr. ...

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    Weather and Crops.—Drought conditions still prevail. Cool weather has been experienced here during the past week. Some farmers have commenced ...

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    "There is a grave danger growing that we are on the way to becoming a pleasure-loving people. At least a stranger visiting our shores might feel[?] himself ...

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  11. WARWICK.

    Personal.—Mr. R. B. Ruddell, who has been on the staff of the National Bank of Australasia. Warwick, for some time past, has been appointed to the ...

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  12. ARATULA.

    Sports.—Sports were held at Aratula on Friday. April 16. Results:—Maiden race: H. Turner 1, F. Mueller 2. 75yds. Handicap: F. Lutter 1. F. Mueller 2. Hop, ...

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    The Governor-General of New Zealand (Sir Charles Ferguson) has sailed aboard the Government steamer Tutanakai on a tour of the Cook Islands and Samoa. ...

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    Weather and Crops.—Fine weather continues. The rainfall for this month totalled 320 points for this part of the district. As a consequence of the ...

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    Rifle Club.—The newly formed [?] rifle club is looking forward to the opening of the rifle range, which is situated on the main beach about a mile and a half ...

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    Country Women's Association.—At the monthly meeting of the local branch of the Q.C.W.A., held in the Lyceum Hall, Mrs. G. H. Graham presided. The ...

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  17. WONDAI.

    School of Arts.—A special meeting of the Wondai School of Arts Committee was held on Tuesday night, April 20. It was resolved to hold a ball on the first ...

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  18. ALPHA.

    Euchre Party and Dance—A euchre party and dance was held, in the local Hall on April 16, promoted by the Alpha Tennis Club. The music was supplied ...

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  19. MURGON.

    Scouts.—At a committee meeting of the local Scout troop the need of funds to provide equipment for the boys was discussed, and the committee decided on a ...

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  20. LAIDLEY.

    Chamber of Commerce.—At the monthly meeting of the Laidley Chamber of Commerce, a letter was rend from the Coolangatta Supply Company, advising ...

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    Although the police are reticent in the matter, it has been ascertained that during the week-end a case of traveller'[?] samples was stolen from a sample-room in ...

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  22. GIN GIN.

    Country Women's Association.—At a meeting of the Gin Gin sub-branch of the Country Women's association, held [?] the Gin Gin School of Arts on Friday ...

    Article : 259 words
  23. DALBY.

    D[?]e.—A social and dance, organised by members of the Bunya Basket Ball and Waratah Football Clubs, was held in aid of the funds of those clubs. Music was ...

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    Accident.—On Tuesday afternoon last the Lockyer Creek was the scene of an accident. Due to the quiet nature of the horse, the lujuues received were not as ...

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    Police Court.—In the Stanthorpe Police Court, before Mr. R. B. Hetherington. P.M., Hawker. Bros, and William Herbert Corbet were proceeded against by ...

    Article : 198 words
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    Clermont State School.—The monthly meeting of the School Committee was held in the school. The picture benefit, donated by Mr. Dobson, showed a profit of £12 ...

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    Anzac Day.—Prior to the State and High schools breaking up for the term week holidays on Thursday. Messrs. H. A. Hull and Norman Booth, both ...

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  29. MA MA CREEK.

    Church Matters.—The Easter meeting of St. Stephen's Church was held. The Rector (Rev. J. D. Anderson) gave a report on the year's working, and ...

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    Benefit for Crippled Boy.—Nine months ago a boy named Chris Toppenberg was driving a sulky across a railway crossing near Mt. Morgan station, when he was ...

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  31. [?]ARCALDINE.

    Presentation.—A very pleasant function was held in the Parish Hall, Barcarldine, on Monday evening, the occasion being a presentation to Miss Susan Now ...

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    The funeral of the late Mr. James Ferguson, of Watson, Ferguson, and Co. Ltd., who died on Saturday, took pla. at the Groveley Cemetery yesterday. ...

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    Personal.—Mr. and Mrs. George Clem, accompanied by Mr. Gordon Clem and Miss Clem (Virginia State School), are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter ...

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    Valedictory.—Mr. Fred Kneipp, who has represented the citizens of Tenterfield for 28 years as an alderman of the munic[?] pality, and the ex-Mayoress, Mrs. F ...

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    Tennis.—In the Harrisville District Tennis Association fixtures, played on Saturday, Warrilview defeated Peak Crossing on the former's court by eight ...

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    Personal.—Mr. C. S. Bell, who has been in business in Tweed Heads and Coolangatta for several years, has left for New Zealand, where he expects to remain for ...

    Article : 160 words
  37. TEXAS.

    Unve[?]ing Ceremony.—On April 22, at St. Mark's Church. Bishop Le Fanu, of Brisbane, performed the unveiling ceremoney of the tablet lately [?]rected in ...

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    Shire Council Appointment.—The Tweed Shire Council has decided to appoint an assistant engineer, at a salary of £400 per year. It is proposed to obtain a ...

    Article : 92 words

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