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    Enthusiastic helpers at the Australian Natives' Association's "Children's Day" at the Exhibition Grounds on Saturday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    His Excellency the Governor (Sir John Goodwin) arriving at the Exhibition on Saturday on the occasion of the Christmas Treat organised by the A.N.A. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    His Grace Archbishop Sharp addressing the large gathering at the opening of St. Margaret's Church, Sandgate, yesterday. His Excellency the Governor (Sir John Goodwin) is seated on the left of Dr. Sharp. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    The Brisbane crew, which won the Senior Fours at the Brisbane Club's regatta on Saturday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    The winning effort of the Brisbane Rowing Club's crew in the Novice Fours at the B.R.C. President's Regatta on Saturday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Some of those who thoroughly enjoyed themselves at Scarborough yesterday on the occasion of the picnic of the employees of the motion picture industry. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Alexandra Headlands, winners of the life-saving competition at Bribie yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Scarborough has seldom been more crowded than it was yesterday, when the employees of the motion picture industry of Brisbane held their annual picnic. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Mr. M. J. Kirwan, M.L.A., offici ally opening the new bathing shed at Bribie, yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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