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  8. COUNTRY NEWS

    Messrs. T. H. Morrison and H. Atkinson, of Cooloolabin, have bought 10,000 superficial feet of scrub timbers standing on the State forest in that district. The ...

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  9. COOROY

    During the sugarcane harvesting season on the North Coast this year 600 tons of cane were dealt with in the Cooroy district, and forwarded to the Nambour ...

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  10. BRISBANE PIPE BAND WINS

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  11. NOOSA HEADS.

    Sports were held at Noosa Heads during the holidays, with the following results:— Sports on lawn: Ladies and gentlemen, Laguna House Championships gentlemen, ...

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  12. EUMUNDI

    Members of the Eumundi Lodge, M.U.I.O.O.F., at their fortnightly communication, decided to join the Kenilworth. Pride of Noosa (Cooroy), Pomona, and ...

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  13. YANDINA

    Rain fell at Yandina on 12 days in December, and totalled 1665 points. It was the largest fall in any month for the year, November with 1504 point[?] being ...

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  14. TEWANTIN.

    The Noosa Life Saving Club of Cooroy organised a dance in Cardell's Hall at Tewantin on December 30, when in addition to a large number of local ...

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  15. SKYRING'S CREEK

    Skyring's Creek and Middle Creek residents gathered at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pinwell, Middle Creek, on December 29, for a gift evening to ...

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  17. MAIL FACILITIES AT SALISBURY.

    Sir,—It was with astonishment I read of Mr. Corbett's claims with regard to Australia's postal facilities. In Salisbury, notwithstanding repeated, ...

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  18. SUSTENANCE PAYMENTS.

    Sir,—In a recent issue of The Courier-Mail the Minister for Labour (Mr. Hynes) was reported to have said that sustenance was to be paid at the end ...

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  19. CECIL PLAINS.

    The Cecil Plains cricketers organised a dance in aid of the club [?]unds on Boxing Night, and an enjoyable time was spent. The door takings amounted to £7. Mrs. ...

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  21. TULLY

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  22. BUNCHY TOP IN BANANAS.

    Sir,—Please allow me space to express indignation at the way bunchy top in bananas is being bred in some of the plantations in the north-easterly ...

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  23. MILBONG.

    A Christmas tree was held on Saturday night in the Roadvale School of Arts. The following programme was submitted:— Overture, Messrs. M. Eggert and W. ...

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  25. WOMAN BOTANIST

    The president of the Randwick Women's Social committee, Miss Sarah Hynes, upon whom the M.B.E. has been conferred, is also a past ...

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  26. MARYBOROUGH.

    A fine of £10, in default two months' imprisonment, was imposed on Roy Rhodes (28), in the Maryborough Police Court, on a charge of having had instruments ...

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  27. CONTRACT BRIDGE

    Sir,—Contemporary overseas opinion seems to point to "Quart Major's" knowing more about present day contract than Mr. Cayley. Consider these ...

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  29. GLADSTONE.

    After having spent a very pleasant time at South End, Curtis Island, recently, the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. F. W. Bulcock) and his party, together with ...

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  30. POST OFFICE LANE CLOSED

    On one day each year the Commonwealth Government closes the Post Office Lane to preserve its legal ownership of the right-of-way between ...

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  31. MURDERED CONSTABLE

    The body of Constable M'Coll, who was murdered on Woodah Island by blacks six months ago, will be brought to Darwin for burial, according to ...

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  32. PEAK CROSSING.

    A concert organised by Miss N. Pegg, in aid of Flinders Congregational Church, proved very successful. Several action songs were well given by Sunday School ...

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  34. CLERK KILLED

    Pinned under a motor car, which overturned when a rear tyre blew out, four miles on the Adelaide side of Port Wakefield, on Saturday evening, ...

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  35. EARLY MORNING FIRE

    Slight damage was done, when fire broke out about 3 o'clock yesterday morning in a shop with dwelling attached, owned and occupied by Mrs. ...

    Article : 71 words
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