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  7. SUNSET COLOURS

    The glorious colours of sunset are not "really there." They are faked, so to speak, by the human eye itself in an effort to make the sunset ...

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  9. TRAVESTON.

    Mr. R. Young, of Traveston fell in alighting from a train near the Traveston railway station and suffered injuries to his head and arm. He was taken to ...

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  10. KEIL MOUNTAIN

    Mr. and Mrs. D. Haupt, of Kell Mountain, entertained a number of friends at their home in honour of the coming of nge of Miss D. Pegg[?] Dancing and games ...

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  11. CLIFTON

    Cr. G. A. C. Benson presided over the monthly meeting of the Clifton Show Committee. It was decided to invite the Premier (Mr. W. Forgan Smith) to open ...

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  12. SAPPHIRE.

    Mr. W. Weir, who has been head teacher at Ruby Vale State School for four vears has been transferred to Cordalba. ...

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  13. COUNTRY NEWS

    Mr. W. H. Martin (Tandur) was putting tho belt on a pulley at his sawmill, when a bolt of a fasrtonlng in the belt struck his right hand. fracturing the ...

    Article : 68 words
  14. TUCHEKOI

    A son of Mr B Pearce a farmer of Tuchekoi and formerly of Ecmah Vale wnllo splitting a los with an iron wedge was struck on the eye by a pieco of ...

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  15. REFORM IN NEW SOUTH WALES

    The conclusion of,the series of four elections, held on November 2, 16, 30, and December 14, has determined the personnel of the reconstituted Upper ...

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  16. BOORISH DRIVERS ON THE ROADS.

    Sir,—Mr. Steer's observations, as recorded in your columns recently, about the queue habit, are not only applicable to waits at railway stations and bank ...

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  17. ILFRACOMBE.

    Misses Ivy and Emily Gillespie accompanied by theil niece Mary M'Dougal are visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. W. Gillespie, during the holidays. Mr. ...

    Article : 127 words
  18. EUMUNDI.

    Mr. A. Williamson, of Eumundi, had his left arm badly bruised and strained when It was jammed between a motor lorry and the wall of a bakehouse. He was ...

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  19. NELSON LANE

    Miss Marie Lloyd, aged 19 years, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D Lloyd, of Nelson Lane slipped while playing with some children on the veranda of her home ...

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  20. GYMPIE TERRACE

    Bruce, tre eight-vear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ootwald. of Brisbane, who was visiting Gympie Terrace, near Tewantin fell while playing, and fractured his ...

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  21. CURRA

    Messrs. J. F. Donovan and E. J. Healy Js. P., pieslded over a sittings of the Police Court on December 28, when Eric Lewin. 37 years, described as a wool ...

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  22. BARCALDINE.

    The Picnic Race Club realised a profit of between £60flO and £70 from its Boxing Day meeting. ...

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  23. AYR.

    During the Christmas shopping week a record volume of business passod through the local shops, the prolonged crushing season at pioneer and Kalamia ...

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  24. WATERFORD

    Mrs. Gladys Barbara Ivy Lahrs died in a private hospital in Brisbane on December 21 after a long illness. The deceased, who was bom at Pimpama Island, was ...

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  25. NAMBOUR.

    Captain and Mrs. Everett, officers in charge of the Nambour Salvation Army have been notified of their transfer to the command of the Merewether Corps, in the ...

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  26. KAIMKILLENBUN

    Messrs. G. Hale (Cooran) and R and B Hale (Dalby) are spending a holiday at Kaimkillenbun with their parents Miss P. Skerman has arrived home from Warwicl: ...

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  27. HOLIDAY TRAINS.

    Sir,—On Saturday before Christmas a train departed from Ipswich about 8 o'clock in the morning for Southport and stations between ...

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  28. CONTRACT BRIDGE.

    Sir,—As far as the ordinary bridge player can make out your correspondent, Frank Cayley, complains that your widely-read bridge column ...

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  29. COOKTOWN.

    The town cricket club organised a dance as a welcome to the visiting Mossman cricketers and their friends, a party of 44 of whom arrived During an ...

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  30. POMONA

    A cottage of four rooms, situated in Pomona township, and occupied by Constable H. Duckworth, was. with its contents, destroyed by fire, constable ...

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  31. MURGON

    Local tradesmen report very satisfactory trading during the Christmas season and the volume of business transacted has been considerably in excess ...

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  32. BICCENDEN.

    Mr. H. Giles presided over the monthly meeting of the Agricultural and Pastoral Society at which it was decided to organise a bushmens carnival early in ...

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  33. CUNNAMULLA.

    The storekeepers reported record business during the Christmas season. One storekeeper stated that his sales were 50 por cent, greater than last year. ...

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  34. SUNNYBANK.

    To augment the funds of the Sunny bank Progress Association a danco and auchre party was held in the Sunnybank School of Arts Hall The committee ...

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  35. DALBY

    The number of cars in Daily on the night of December 23, when the shops were open until 9.30, was a record for the town. A large number of country visitors ...

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  36. GLEN INNES.

    The Glen Innes Caledonian Society's forty-second annual gathering was attended by a measure of success which Indicates that this fixture has every ...

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  37. CANUNGRA.

    There has been a general exodus from Canungra for the Christmas holidays, practically all the millhands. numbering 60, having left the town for seaside ...

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  38. YANDINA.

    The Rev C. H. M'Kle (London) who lias been visiting his steter Mrs. A. A. Nott, at Yandina, will leave shortly to visit his brother the Rev. E. N. M'Kle, ...

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  39. MUSICAL FAMILIES.

    Sir,—Mr. Wlrth (in the extracts from his book which were published in The Courier-Mail) mentioned that every member of his family was taught ...

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  40. UNLIT RAILWAY CARRIAGES,

    Sir,—I don't know If this is a common" occurrence, but it happened at the Roma Street Railway Station on the night of December 24. The ...

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  41. ALLORA

    Mr. A. Hamilton clerk of the Allora Council has been appointed shire valuer for 1931, at a remuneration of £80 At the conclusion of a progressive ...

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  42. LADY MARY TERRACE

    Dr. A. F. Kelli of Lady Marv Terrace [?]lipped on a step of his residence and fractured a bone in his left ankle ...

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  43. SKYRING'S CREEK

    Residents of Skyring's Creek and Middle Creek entertained Miss E. Pinwell at a gift evening in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pinwell, at Middle ...

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  44. TIN CAN BAY

    Visitors to Tin Can Bay experienced a very unpleasant time in the early part of the holidays owing to heavy rains and strong winds, while flooded streams ...

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