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  2. BIG DECREASE

    The Minister for Commerce (Mr. F. H. Stewart) reports that from July to December 18, exports of butter from the Commonwealth amounted to 44,484 tons, ...

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  3. CASKET CONTROL

    The manager of the Golden Casket Art Union (Mr. W. S. Noble) on January 1 will assume the new supervisory authority conferred on him by ...

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  4. THEFT OF HOSPITAL BOX

    John Freer (44), labourer, was fined £2, in default 14 days' gaol, by Mr. W. E. H. Ferguson, P.M., yesterday, for the theft of a collection box containing 2/5, ...

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  5. THREE MILES OF CATERPILLARS

    Herds of Caterpillars are menacing the grass lands on the outskirts of Lithgow, and at Hartley Vale and the Vale of Clwydd they have ...

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  6. FAMOUS ESCAPES

    A faded panama hat now hangs in a wall-case at the Imperial War Museum, South Kensington. Not far away is a pair of dusty spectacles. ...

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  7. COUNTRY NEWS

    Deliveries to the State Wheat Board's depot at Allora were coming forward freely to the time of its temporary closure on December 23, while operations at ...

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  8. Mr. W. H. Stevens

    The death occurred on Tuesday last at his residence, South Street, Ipswich, of Mr. William Henry Stevens. The deceased was born in 1869 at West ...

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  9. KENILWORTH.

    The Department of Labour and Industry recently asked the Maroochy Shire Council if it had any objection to part of camping reserve No. R730 being made ...

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  10. BELLI.

    The unemployed, who have been placed at banana growing on the north-west portion of the Cooloolabin State Forest, Hear Bell[?] Park, are making good ...

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  12. BROOKFIELD.

    A dance in aid of the Upper Brookfield Hall building fund was held in the old school building. Mrs. W. Smith supplied the dance music, and Mr. Bert Adams ...

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  13. Mr. M. J. O'Driscoll

    The death took place yesterday at Windsor of Mr. Michael James O'Driscoll at the age of 55 years. The deceased, who was a son of the late ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. JANDOWAE[?]

    In a match between Jandow[?] and Jinghi Gully in the Jandow[?] District Cricket Association's fixtures at Jandow[?] the home team, scored 135 runs in the ...

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  17. MAROOCHY RIVER

    Mr. A. Elliott and other farmers of the lower roaches of the Maroochy River combined some months ago in an effort to have somo 1200 acres of fertile land ...

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  18. COOROY

    Mr. N. Lyons (Gympie) spent the Christmas holidays at Cooroy. Dr. J. G. Rountree (Cooroy) is visiting Jandowae. ...

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  19. IPSWICH.

    A boisterous easterly wind, which reached gale force in Ipswich on Wednesday night, rattled blinds and other loose appendages in city houses and ...

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  20. KIDAMAN CREEK

    A dance in a[?]d of the Kidaman Greek Hall funds was held in the hall. Mr. T. Davies was master of ceremonies. ...

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  21. Mr. J. E. Henry

    The death occurred at the Lockyer Hospital on December 26 of Mr. John Edwin Henry, of Laidley. The late Mr. Henry, who was born in the ...

    Article : 129 words
  22. TIN CAN BAY

    The Tin Can Bay children held a picnic at Inskip Point, Mr. M'Donald (lighthouse keeper) and his family assisting. Messrs. J. Beard and V. G. Mason ...

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  23. CRACOW.

    The Gracow Race Club held its first ball in Brown's Hall. Mr. J. L. Beresford was master of ceremonies. Christmas was celebrated in the ...

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  24. QUILPIE.

    All the local stations have suspended operations for the Christmas and New Year holidays. A considerable quantity of live stock will be going forward to the ...

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  25. MELBOURNE STOCK SALES

    A limited yarding of sheep and lambs at the Flemington fat stock sales today proved more than sufficient for the local trade, which, together with the ...

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  26. Councillor C. F. Steinhardt

    The death of Councillor Charles F. Steinhardt occurred early yesterday morning at his home at Marburg. The deceased, who was 35 years of age, ...

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  27. CHARLEVILL[?].

    This district had good soaking rain during Christmas, a feature of the season being that grass is now springing up everywhere and seeding. The general ...

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  28. MUNDUBBERA.

    More than 60 farmers were present at a meeting held in the Shire Hall, for the purpose of discussing the formation of a Central Farmers' Organisation in ...

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  29. LANGLEY

    Mr. E. Benecke, while playing cricket at Langley, was struck under the chin by a ball, and suffered a large laceration. ...

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  30. Rev. Willett Bevan

    The death occurred yesterday morning of the Rev. Willett Bevan, M.A., of the Congregational Church, Gawler, at the age of 62 years. He was born in ...

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  31. YANDINA.

    The sugar cane plantations are looking fairly well, but are now, like everything else on the North Coast, suffering from an excess of moisture. The rain is ...

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  32. COUNCIL MEETINGS

    The Maroochy Shire Council decided at its last meeting to apply for a subsidised loan of £5000 for improvements to Nambour streets. It was decided that ...

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  33. MANY PEAKS.

    A. D. Thomson, who was thrown from his horse, while working on Wongalla station, was taken to the hospital, suffering from abrasions to the face, a ...

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  34. WINTON.

    Jack ("Dark[?]e") Thomson died in the Winton Hospital. He was thrown from a horse at Bladensburg Station on December 18, and sustained severe ...

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  35. TOWNSVILLE.

    In the Police Court, William Thomson Stewart pleaded guilty to a charge of having kept a common gaining house, and was fined £30, in default three months' ...

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  36. CHILDERS.

    Business men report that the Christm[?] trade exceeded their expectations. Quite a number consider it the best for many years. ...

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  37. EAST CYNTHIA

    At the monthly meeting of the East Cynthia branch of the Local Producers' Association, Mr. W. Bartlett presided in the absence of the chairman (Mr. E. Tye). ...

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  38. NOOSA HEADS

    Visitors to Noos[?] Heads for the holidays held a dance at Laguna House. Mr. J. Arthur was master of ceremonies. Miss Devlin and Mr. C. E. Williams won the ...

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  39. MONTO.

    A road race to Boundary Hill and back, conducted by the Monto Wheelers, resulted: N. Schluter (1.50), time 24.15, 1; J. Highland (1.40), time 24.18, 2; W. ...

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  40. BRANCH CREEK.

    The Branch Creek cricketers were beat[?]n by [?] team from the Royal Club by 92 runs on the first innings. Details:— Royals, first innings. 151 (C. Chay 57 ...

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  41. SKYRING'S CREEK

    Mr. J. Mapstone (Gympie) is congratulating himself on a narrow escape experienced when motoring on the Great North Coast Road near a temporary ...

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  42. APPLE TREE CREEK

    At the annual concert and prize distribution of the Apple Tree Creek Methodist Sunday school the programme which was arranged by the superintendent (Mrs. ...

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  43. KIDAMANN CREEK

    The Maroochy Shire Council has decided to ask the Home Secretary to defer action in connection with a move by Kidamann Creek ratepayers for a ...

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  44. COLE'S CREEK

    Cole's Creek cricketers were defeated by a team from the Mountaineers' Club. Cooran, by 44 runs on the first innings. Colo's Creek scored 130 (J. Horsey 38, W. ...

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  45. NOOSA BEACH

    Miss A. M'Kenna and her nephew. Neville (3½), both of Murgon, who have been spending a holiday at Noosa Beach, Wandered off, and became lost in the ...

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  46. COOLOOLABIN.

    Mr. A. M'Kay has disposed of his dairy and mixed farm of 160 acres in the Cooloolabin district to Mr. Irwin, of Sandgate, who has arrived with his wife and ...

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  47. GOOMBOORIAN.

    The members of the Goomboorian Rifle Club fired the sixth stage of the Colonel Patterson Cup and trophies presented by Messrs. J. Guilfoyle, D. England, O. ...

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  48. TRAVESTON.

    On the eve of her marriage, Miss M. L. Francis was entertained by the Traveston and district residents at a kitchen tea in the Memorial Hall. Many useful ...

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  49. [?]LASS HOUSE MOUNTAINS

    When he was thrown from his horse. J. Nugeht suffered fractures of three ribs and numerous bruises He was taken to Caboolture for medical attention. ...

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  50. SURAT.

    At a meeting of the Maranoa Graziers' Association at Surat it was resolved that the United Graziers' Association should investigate the matter of growers being ...

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  51. CLIFTON

    Mr. H. G. C. Thomson presided over the monthly meeting of the Clifton Memorial Hall committee. The president reported that the Shire Council, as ...

    Article : 190 words
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