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  2. Display Advertising

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  4. Classified Advertising

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  5. PUBLIC INTEREST PROTECTED

    The interests of the public had been the paramount consideration under the Government's scheme in regard to the franchise on the Kangaroo Point ...

    Article : 116 words
  6. COOLUM.

    The Coolum State School committee held a dance in Warren's Hall, at Coolum Beach. A Juven[?]le concert was also held in connection with the school ...

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  7. TIPTON.

    The annual picnic, sports, and gift giving of the Tipton State School was held at the Tipton tennis courts. A sports programme and games were organised by ...

    Article : 66 words
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  9. PINE RIVERS

    At a f[?]te, followed by a concert, held in the Aspley Methodist Church hall stalls were in charge of Mesdames Drew, Smith, and Bowden (fancy work), Starling and ...

    Article : 92 words
  10. LONGREACH.

    Complaints that fire insurance premiums in Longreach are too high were made at the annual smoke [?]ncert of the Longreach Fire Brigade. Longreach, it was ...

    Article : 318 words
  11. CLIFTON

    At the annual breaking-up ceremony at the Good Samaritan Convent, the Very Rev. Father Cosgrove, P.P., distributed the prizes and certificates won by the ...

    Article : 105 words
  12. G.P.O. BUSINESS

    Posts and Telegraphs Department services shared extensively in the increased activity at Christmas, and when statistics are compiled it is ...

    Article : 270 words
  13. DIDDILLIBAH

    The breaking-up celebrations of the Diddillibah State School took the form of a concert under the direction of the teacher, Miss Crosby. Later the school ...

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  14. PITTSWORTH.

    Mr. S. Ferguson, who has been accountant at the Pittsworth branch of the Queensland National Bank for a number of years, has been transferred to Mitchell. ...

    Article : 46 words
  15. MUNGINDI.

    The Rev R. Bradley presided at the annual prize-giving of Mungindi Public School. The prizes were presented by Mrs. A. Winter, of Maxland, as follows:— ...

    Article : 114 words
  16. PEACHESTER.

    The improvements to the Post Office Bridge, on the Woodford-Peachester main road, have been advanced so far under the supervision of the Caboolture Shire ...

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  17. CHILDERS.

    Kenneth Dowling, the two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Dowling, West Street, Childers, fractured his right elbow as a result of a fall. ...

    Article : 57 words
  18. COUNTRY NEWS

    Although canary seed crops have been grown in the Dalby district in previous years, this season is the first in which their growth has been attempted on an ...

    Article : 167 words
  19. COOTHARABA.

    Mr. H. G. Lister, of caloundra, and formerly of Cootharaba, where his widowed mother, Mrs. F. G. Lister, still lives, was badly hurt recently as a result of a ...

    Article : 51 words
  20. BEACHMERE

    A deputation of Beachmere residents to the Caboolture Shire Council asked for the erection of a shelter shed and tank. The chairman (Councillor ...

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  21. HARRISVILLE.

    The Harrisville State School breakingup celebrations took the form of an excursion to Sandgate. Unfortunately, because of Illness and bereavements many of ...

    Article : 86 words
  22. CHARTERS TOWERS

    Roger Roy O'Sullivan (43), dealer, was committed for trial on a charge of stealing alcoholic liquor valued at £10, such liquor having been placed in possession ...

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  23. WARRA.

    At the breaking-up celebrations of the Warra State School, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cockburn entertained the children with games and races. Mr. P. Smith presented ...

    Article : 57 words
  24. CECIL PLAINS.

    At the annual picnic and prize-giving of the Cecil Plains State School gifts were presented to all the children in the district. A sports programme was ...

    Article : 41 words
  25. GOOMBOORIAN.

    Mr. W. R. Dowdle has disposed of his farming property on the Old Goomboorian Road at a satisfactory figure. ...

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  26. ATHERTON.

    The November output of the Atherton Tableland Co-operative Butter Associationshows over 100 per. cent, increase on last year's November butter production. The ...

    Article : 73 words
  27. MURWILLUMBAH

    A report received by the Mayor (Alderman F. E. Nicholl) on the boring tests being conducted at Kynnumboon in the search for an auxiliary water supply for ...

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  28. KYBONG.

    As many of the children attending the Kybong State School were ill the usual breaking-up picnic had to be postponed, but members of the school committee ...

    Article : 84 words
  29. GLASS HOUSE MOUNTAINS

    The Ladies' Sunshine Club entertained the children of the district at a Christmas party at the School of Arts, dames and competitions were arranged, and a ...

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  30. TENTERFIELD.

    At a special meeting of the Tenterfield Municipal Council Alderman E. J. Petherick was unanimously elected Mayor for the fourth successive year. He was ...

    Article : 140 words
  31. BROOLOO.

    The Queensland Forest Service has agreed to increase the subsidy towards the cost of improving the Goon Gibber Road, provided the liability does not exceed ...

    Article : 69 words
  32. CLIFTON

    At the quarterly meeting of St. Michael's branch of the H.A.C.B. Society, Clifton, the following nominations for officebearers for the ensuing term were ...

    Article : 78 words
  33. TULLY

    Very good headway is being made with the work on the Tully-E[?] Arish road, being constructed under the £10,000 loan scheme. The Cardwell Shire Council is ...

    Article : 117 words
  34. TIN CAN BAY

    While bathing at Tin Can Bay, Mrs. L. Domin dived on to an anohor in shallow water, sustaining a large scalp wound. She was almost stunned from ...

    Article : 99 words
  35. MOOLOO

    The breaking-up celebrations of the Mooloo State School took the form of a concert and gift distribution. Mr. W. S. Smith, chairman of the school committee, ...

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  36. CROW'S NEST

    The financial statement of the Crow's Nest Shire Council shows a total debit balance of £4657/13/10 and outstanding rates totalling £3259. ...

    Article : 79 words
  37. WIDGEE.

    The Widgee and Brooklyn State Schools combined in a picnic to mark the breaking-up celebrations. The picnic was held on Widgee Creek. Prizes were ...

    Article : 92 words
  38. GOOD TAILORING NEEDED

    Despite the fact that slacks for women are perhaps somewhat more recent in gaining favour, they have not succeeded at Southport in ...

    Article : 209 words
  39. MAROOCHY RIVER

    Maroochy River residents entertained Mr. A. J. Cameron and Master Ronald Cameron at a social evening in the School of Arts. Mr. D. J. Dougherty presented ...

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  40. OAKEY.

    At the annual breaking up and prlze distribution of St. Monica's Convent School, which took place last Wednesday, the Rev. Father M. T. Hayes, P.P., ...

    Article : 453 words
  41. GRANDCHESTER.

    At the breaking-up at the State school the scholars were entertained by the committee and the head teacher (Mr. S N. Alcorn). ...

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  42. MOOLOOLAH

    The property in the parish of Mooloolah at one time owned by Mr. E. T. Atwell, now of Redbank, Brisbane, has been sold to Mr. E. C. Dent, of Glenview. It was ...

    Article : 54 words
  43. GLEN INNES.

    The Municipal Council has unanimously decided to approve of the extension of the sewerage service to the locality at the rear of the High School, conditionally on ...

    Article : 154 words
  44. ALPHA.

    The breaking-up celebrations of the Alpha State School took the form of a holiday. The children were presented with prizes and the school committee gave ...

    Article : 108 words
  45. LANDSBOROUGH.

    At the December meeting of the Landsborough Shire Council, the council's engineer (Mr. J. Wilson) stated that the plans for the improvements to the ...

    Article : 62 words
  46. MARYBOROUGH.

    Over 60 members of the Federal Band Children's Choir attended at the Federal Hall to make a presentation to Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Roberts, who so successfully ...

    Article : 112 words
  47. WOOLOOGA.

    The Woolooga State School breaking-up celebrations took the form of a picnic and sports arranged for the children b[?] the school committee. ...

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  48. WINYA.

    The Winya State School breaking-up celebrations took the form of a picnic at Beachmere. During the playing of games, one of the children, Ena Richards, ...

    Article : 43 words
  49. MIVA.

    The Miva district has experienced good weather during the last three months, and there is an abundance of water and feed for the stock everywhere. The cream ...

    Article : 134 words
  50. Pop—Say It With Surf!

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  51. RINGTAIL

    The Ringtail state school children spent a most enjoyable time at the breaking-up picnic, arranged for them by the school committee. Races, various kinds of sports ...

    Article : 38 words
  52. MONTO.

    A dance and bridge party was held in the new Roman Catholic Presbytery in aid of the Children of Mary Society. The attendance was not very large on account ...

    Article : 106 words
  53. PITTSWORTH.

    At the monthly meeting of the board of directors of the Pittsworth Co-operative Dairy Association, the report for the month showed that 199,213 gallons of milk ...

    Article : 115 words
  54. KENILWORTH.

    Messrs. Hicks and Burroughs have completed their contract of making about three and a half miles of the North Coast national highway near Kenilworth, and ...

    Article : 117 words
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