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    Obituary.—The death of Mrs. "Granny" Pollard, on December 10, severed a link with the old pioneering days. The deceased lady, who was 82 years of age, ...

    Article : 94 words
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    Euchre tarty and Dance.—A euchre party and dance was held In the School of Arts on December 11, in aid of the Chermside and Aspley Unemployed ...

    Article : 122 words
  6. GYMPIE.

    Benefit Entertainment.—The result of the recent entertainment given by the Black and White Costumo Revue Company, in aid of the funds of the ...

    Article : 31 words

    Club Benefit.—A dance was held on December 11, in the Benarkin goods shed, in aid of the tennis club funds. Music was supplied by Messrs. J. Thomas, R. ...

    Article : 41 words
  8. PIALBA.

    Children's Outing.—Over 200 children of the unemployed and Intermittent workers of Maryborough took advantage of the Royal Automobile Club run to Pialba cn ...

    Article : 94 words
  9. PETRIE.

    School Sports.—Enthusiastic support by parents and helpers was shown at the brcaking-up festivities of the North Pine State school. Those responsible for the ...

    Article : 146 words

    Fete.—A well-attended fete was held in the Town Park on December 11 in aid of the R.C. Church funds. Hospital Finances.—At a recent meeting ...

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    Chairman Elected.—At the first meeting "of the newly-elected Tweed Shire council Councillor A. E. Twohill was elected president. ...

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  12. WONDAI.

    Choral Society.—A sacred concert was given in the Wondal Memorial Hall by the local Choral Society on December 13, under the conductorship of Mr. R. W. Radford. A ...

    Article : 87 words
  13. LISMORE.

    Presentation.—The LlBmore High School Old Students' Union made a presentation to the president, Mr. N. Ireland, who is shortly to be married, as a token of ...

    Article : 198 words

    Ambulance Meeting.—At the monthly meeting of the Longreach centre of the Q.A.T.B., the Stonehenge Gymkhana committee remitted a further cheque of ...

    Article : 436 words
  15. TEXAS.

    Christmas Tree.—A Christmas tree and dance was held in the Texas Hall on December 10 in aid of the funds of the Church of England. The function ...

    Article : 35 words
  16. BROOLOO.

    School Dance.—The annual picnic and dance of the local State School was held during the week-end, when there was a good attendance of parents and friends. ...

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    Church of England Sunday School.—The annual Church of England prize distribution took place on Monday night at St. John's Church. The Rev. A. T. Knox ...

    Article : 30 words
  18. IMBIL.

    Church Prize Distribution.—The prizes were distributed to the children of the Church of England Sunday School on December 13 by Rev. C. L. Biggins, who ...

    Article : 53 words
  19. COORAN.

    Accident.—While W. J. Khalu, a young man, was working at Tuchekoi, a tree near at hand fell without warning, and struck him on the right shoulder, ...

    Article : 87 words
  20. NAMBOUR.

    Convent School Concert.—Pupils of the Convent School rendered a concert in the Diggers' Hall on December B. The first part of the programme consisted of ...

    Article : 58 words

    Fishing Competition.—On December 13. there were many fish, especially whiting, flathead, bream, and tailor, in the waters skirting the North Shore, where thes ...

    Article : 103 words
  22. DAGUN.

    Benefit.—A combined benefit in aid of the school and local cricket club funds was held in the local hall. The music was provided by Mr. G. Kerr and L. ...

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  23. POMONA.

    Helping Ambulance.—The Pomona Fruit Growers' Co-operative Association's directors have approved of a proportion of the case levy which members pay on all fruits ...

    Article : 250 words

    Benefit.—A benefit euchre party and dance, in aid of the family of the late Mr. C. Falkenhagen took place in the Waterford Club Hall on December 12. Mr. ...

    Article : 54 words
  25. YANDINA.

    Presentations.—At the Yandina State School the broaklng-up celebrations were marked by the presenting by the School children of gifts to Mr: J. L. Hogan, who ...

    Article : 76 words
  26. COOROY.

    Cemetery Trust.—A meeting of Cooroy residents was held on December 14, with the chairman of the Cemtery Trust (Mr. J, Gray) presiding. Mr. S. Jarman ...

    Article : 92 words
  27. NERANG.

    School Benefit.—A dance, in aid of State school funds, was held in the School of Arts on December 11, when a large gathering was present. Music was supplied by ...

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    False Pretence.—In the Summons Court on December 18 Sydney Matheson pleaded guilty to two charges of false pretences. Matheson was fined £2/10/, or two ...

    Article : 111 words
  29. EMERALD.

    Improvement Board.—The monthly meeting of the Springsure District improvement Board was held on December 10, Mr. S. Dunn presiding. It was decided to ...

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    Hospital Meeting.—At a meeting of the Hospital Committee it was reported that Sister Corlase had resigned, and that Sister Mary Coleman, of Toogooloowah will fill ...

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  31. LAIDLEY.

    Christmas Tree.—There was a well-filled church on December 13 on the occasion of the Presbyterian annual. Christmas tree and distribution of award books to the ...

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    Transfer.—Miss M. E. Rogers, who has been teacher at the Mt. Tarampa State School for the past three years, has received notice of transfer to Talgar West. ...

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  33. WOOMBYE.

    Ambulance Passes.—The following is the list of first year passes in a recent St. Johns Ambulance examination:—G. H. Walpole, 86; E. E. Pringle, 76; A. Brinkley ...

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  34. GATTON.

    R.S.S.I.L.A—At the monthly meeting of the local sub-branch of the R.S.S.I.L.A., a Ihcque for £13/5/8 was received from the Women's Auxiliary, being the proceeds of ...

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    Gambling Prosecution.—Several Chinese, who were found playing fan tan, and two foreigners, were fined £2 each in the Police Court on December 15. The keeper, ...

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    Obituary.—The friends of Mr. Harry Davis, of the Railway Department, will regret to hear of his sudden death on December 11. The funeral, which was largely ...

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    At the last meeting of the Townsville City Council it was decided to make a maximum aggregate reduction, equivalent to 20 per cent., of ...

    Article : 91 words

    Tender Accepted.—The Landsborough Shire Council have been advised by the Main Roads Commission that It has been decided to accept the tender of the ...

    Article : 77 words
  39. MURGON.

    Dairying.—The wonderful impetus given to the dairying industry as a result of the recent rains Is clearly shown by the output figures of the South Burnett ...

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  40. MACKAY.

    School Vacation.—All the schools in the district celebrated the coming of the Christmas vacation on December 11 and 12. In the case of the Boys' Central ...

    Article : 227 words
  41. EUMUNDI.

    School Opened.—Recently Mr. A. R Daniels, of Bald Knob, completed the erection of a school building at Eerwah Vale, on a piece of land given by Mr. ...

    Article : 144 words



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