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  4. ANSWERS

    "UNEMPLOYED MEMBER."—You should communicate with the firm concerned. "TENANT" (Kelvin Grove).—You are expected to give a week's notice. ...

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  5. THE LAW COURTS

    "The police say the complainant was slashed with a razor. He is suffering from a laceration, three or four inches long, on the bottom or the jaw, ...

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  6. COUNTRY NEWS

    Sister Black was granted four months' leave of absence at the monthly meeting of the Monto Hospitals Board. The medical officer's report showed a daily ...

    Article : 89 words
  7. PALM BEACH LANDS

    Further consideration was given in the Land Court yesterday to the application by William Wood for the determination of the compensation payable on account ...

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  8. KIAMBA

    The Kiamba State School "broke up" with a picnic promoted by the school committee and residents, with the help of the teacher (Miss O. Butler). Gifts ...

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  9. MURWILLUMBAH

    During the last three weeks the production of butter at Norco's factory at Uki has been higher than at any time since the factory was established. The ...

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  10. INGLEWOOD.

    At the monthly meeting of the Inglewood Hospital Committee, Sister Morrison was granted six weeks' leave of absence, and arrangements were made to engage ...

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  11. DIRRANBANDI.

    A big deal in cattle has been effected by the Australian Pastoral Co., which has purchased 4700 bullocks from various owners. A total of 1713 from Eskdale were ...

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  12. CHILDERS

    The Isis Central Mill has ceased crushing after having treated nearly 95,000 tons of cane. On account of the splendid rains which have been experienced, ...

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  13. BOGUS PURCHASES

    "The foreman and a dealer, working in collusion, arranged that more oil drums should be signed for than were delivered. They divided the ...

    Article : 142 words
  14. CHARLEVILLE.

    Thomas Reid, drover, was charged at the Nocundra Police Court with having had four cattle in his travelling mob not fully described on the waybill. He was ...

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  15. GOOMERI.

    When a cart which he was driving capsized at Barambah station, C. Murphy, an employee, sustained fractures of two ribs. J. Anderson, a stockman at the ...

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  16. JUNDAH.

    At a special meeting of the Jundah Sports Club to inquire into the cause of the resignation of many old members, a committee was appointed to effect ...

    Article : 78 words
  17. MUTTABURRA

    At a beach-pyjama dance, organised by the younger set of the Country Women's Association, Miss A. Blake won the prize for the best costume Competitions were ...

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  18. CAMP MOUNTAIN

    The chairman of the committee (Mr. W. F. Domrow) presented the prizes at the annual prize distribution at the Camp Mountain State School. On the ...

    Article : 52 words
  19. COMPANY FINED

    Poinsettia Hosiery Mills, Pty., Ltd., was fined £2, with 6/ costs, by Mr. P. M. Hishon. P.M., in the Summons Court, yesterday, for having failed to lodge ...

    Article : 131 words
  20. LONGREACH

    The attendance at the evening arranged by the St. Andrew's Church of England Ladies' Guild was only fair. Competitions were won by Miss Lahey and Mr. W. ...

    Article : 91 words
  21. ROADVALE

    The takings at a concert in aid of the Roadvale State School funds amounted to £14. The first half of the programme was contributed by the children, and the ...

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  22. 2000 PARCELS

    Christmas puddings, cakes, and tinned fruits were distributed to 2000 persons yesterday by the unemployed "Diggers" Christmas Appeal ...

    Article : 144 words
  23. GRANTHAM.

    At the breaking-up celebrations of the local State school a programme of races resulted as follows:—Girls: 5 and 6 years, Eileen Litfin; 7 and 8 years, May Balley; ...

    Article : 95 words
  24. FLAXTON.

    The Flaxton State School celebrated breaking-up day with a basket picnic in the school grounds. The prizes were presented by Mr. Holdway. ...

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  25. LIKE A SHOP

    For a few moments yesterday the witness box in No. 1 Police Court resembled a section of a grocer's shop. A policeman in mufti sat in the box and ...

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  26. FOREST HILL.

    Friends of Miss A. D. Glennie entertained her at a social evening in honour of her 21st birthday. The function took place at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. ...

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  27. MILLMERRAN.

    At the annual fete held under the auspices of the women's guild of the Presbyterian Church gifts were distributed to the children by Santa Claus. Stall-holders ...

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  28. GAYNDAH.

    In the Gayndah Court House a farewell was tendered by the staff, members of the legal profession, and the police to Mr. V. Barkla, inspector of the ...

    Article : 98 words
  29. CHILDERS.

    At the final practice of the Isis Musiccal Union for the year Mr. F. G. Biggs, on behalf of the members, presented the conductor (Mr. E. W. C. Holdaway) ...

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  30. SAMFORD.

    At the breaking-up picnic of the Samford State School each pupil received a gift book from the chairman of the committee (Mr. H. Cash). Special prizes ...

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  31. MAPLETON.

    Parents of pupils of the Mapleton State School combined to make the breaking up enjoyable, A basket picnic was held, with races and sports for the children ...

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  32. PHARMACY BOARD

    At the final examination of the Pharmacy Board of Queensland, held in November last, the following candidates were successful in all subjects:— ...

    Article : 122 words
  33. GOLD WEDDING RING

    "The husband, being short of money, borrowed 10/- on his wife's wedding ring from a jeweller, on the understanding that the ring would be redeemed in a ...

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  34. KIDAMAN CREEK

    A basket picnic was held at Kidaman Creek to celebrate the breaking up of the State school. Books and toys were distributed to the children by Santa ...

    Article : 59 words
  35. OBI OBI.

    The breaking-up of the Obi Obi State School was celebrated with a picnic in the school grounds. Each child received a book from the hands of Mr. C. M. R. ...

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  36. ELIMBAH.

    The school breaking up this year took the form of a [?]asket picnic. There were races for the children, each of whom was presented with a book by the ...

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  37. MT. COOLON.

    The school committee provided a sports programme for the children of the Koala State School at Mt. Coolon on breaking-up day. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Quinlan left ...

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  38. MAROOCHYDORE

    Miss C. Finter, assistant teacher at the State school, who is leaving the district, was presented with a travelling rug by the school committee. The chairman ...

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  39. GLEN INNES.

    Mr. A. G. Lane, engineer at the local gas works, has built a plant for the treatment of tar to make it suitable for use in road surfacing. The cost of the plant ...

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  40. Early Days Recalled

    One of the pioneers of Queensland was the late Mr. Philip Silcock, who arrived in Queensland in 1871, obtained work with the late Mr. John ...

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  41. NO TAX RETURN

    Mr. P. M. Hishon, P.M., yesterday fined Aubrey Augustus Willey, used-car dealer, of Ernest Street, South Brisbane, £2, with 6/ costs, for having failed to furnish ...

    Article : 35 words
  42. WATERFORD

    At the breaking-up ceremony of the Waterford State School the chairman of the school committee (Mr. C. W. Goll) and Mr. H. F. Mead (the head teacher), ...

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  43. SHOPBREAKING CHARGE

    Harry Terry (42), labourer, was remanded for a week by Mr. W. E. H. Ferguson, P.M., yesterday, on a charge of having broken into and entered the ...

    Article : 98 words
  44. NORTH ARM

    A picnic and sports marked the breaking-up of the North Arm State School for the summer vacation. Books were distributed by Mr. C. C. Benn (secretary of ...

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  45. GOODNA.

    The anniversary services of the Goodna Congregational Sunday School were conducted by the Rev. A. W. Brown. A feature was the singing of the children, who ...

    Article : 280 words
  46. MAROOCHY RIVER

    At the Maroochy River State School breaking-up picnic arranged by the school committee residents and the teachers (Mr. J. M. Kennedy and Miss D. ...

    Article : 148 words
  47. ALLEGED DEFAMATION

    A summons was issued out of the Magistrate's Court at Maryborough to-day by Mr. George M'Ghie, solicitor, at Maryborough, on behalf of Thomas Archibald ...

    Article : 58 words
  48. THEOSOPHICAL JUBILEE PRESENTATION

    At last Sunday night's meeting of the Brisbane Lodge of the Theosophical Society, in Vasanta Hall, a pleasing event linked up the lodge with its formation ...

    Article : 143 words
  49. TO-DAY'S LAW LIST

    Following is the law list for to-day:— 10 a.m.. before his Honour the Chief Justice (Sir James Blair).—Chambers. In court: Re R. F. Clark, motion; Egert v. ...

    Article : 94 words
  50. RIDGEWOOD

    The breaking-up celebrations of the Ridgewood State School took the form of a basket picnic, sports, and games at Greber's Flat, the arrangements being in ...

    Article : 94 words
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