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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,130,615
2 noelwoodhouse 4,039,506
3 DonnaTelfer 3,562,108
4 Rhonda.M 3,550,093
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,329
...
1744 cponsana 21,037
1745 sheppa 21,034
1746 pearcrumbs 21,031
1747 cheryl.r 21,005
1748 joco 20,939
1749 wyten 20,929

21,005 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2020 2,984
April 2020 1,118
March 2020 1,636
February 2020 1,165
January 2020 2,307
December 2019 464
November 2019 221
October 2019 56
September 2019 384
August 2019 662
July 2019 396
June 2019 1,316
May 2019 706
April 2019 1,804
March 2019 1,100
February 2019 239
January 2019 410
December 2018 36
November 2018 166
October 2018 244
September 2018 118
August 2018 179
July 2018 338
June 2018 98
May 2018 400
April 2018 452
March 2018 755
February 2018 1,214
January 2018 37

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,130,413
2 noelwoodhouse 4,039,506
3 DonnaTelfer 3,562,082
4 Rhonda.M 3,550,080
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,200
...
1736 MarcellaHughes 21,038
1737 pearcrumbs 21,031
1738 sheppa 21,023
1739 cheryl.r 21,005
1740 wyten 20,929
1741 pedant1950 20,916

21,005 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2020 2,984
April 2020 1,118
March 2020 1,636
February 2020 1,165
January 2020 2,307
December 2019 464
November 2019 221
October 2019 56
September 2019 384
August 2019 662
July 2019 396
June 2019 1,316
May 2019 706
April 2019 1,804
March 2019 1,100
February 2019 239
January 2019 410
December 2018 36
November 2018 166
October 2018 244
September 2018 118
August 2018 179
July 2018 338
June 2018 98
May 2018 400
April 2018 452
March 2018 755
February 2018 1,214
January 2018 37

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OBITUARY. (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Monday 1 August 1927 [Issue No.17,953] page 4 2020-05-29 22:22 OCITl/ARV; I
The death 0f Mr**, i'torence Eliza- 1
belli Alorrell, ayed 39 years uim »
mouths, occurred at Lei ' ri'siuee, til
ihc corner of Kent and 'J'oolev #trecls,
Maivboroug1!!, yeaterday, hfte'r uu ill
uess of si-very) month* Thc dci«,;^,.-U
was born ut Brudfcrd-ou-Aion,
laud, uud euuie out to Queejisluud seVen
years, aeo. ' luiiriiniy ar i..
reaidcd ,or .iin.o li,„0 Chaitcrj
Jon-era, and during llic jiail tiiiri
inonllis ilic liail lived in .Ma.vlmiouali.
Jill' lari .Mr., Slorrell learn 'a surrmr
ing liu.band, Mr. William Je«, Moi
rcll aud a'fai.rily of live tons, ftjancv
s0'» '8l,|l n years, uuii WiLiuni
Ucorgc, three Und n-linll' y.ais ui
«fourn t in'ir loss. Tin: funeral takes
plsife thit- .Mouduy morniiig, at
o'clock, from the deceased's lute re
sidcnci.
OBITUARY.
The death 0f Mrs. Florence Eliza-
beth Morrell, aged 39 years and
months, occurred at her residence, at
the corner of Kent and Tooley Streets,
Maryborough, yeaterday, after an ill-
ness of several months. The deceased
was born at Bradford-on-Avon, Eng-
land, and came out to Queensland seven
years, ago, landing at Townsville, and
resided for some time at Charters
Towers, and during the past three
months she had lived in Maryborough.
The late Mrs. Morrell leaves a sorrow-
ing husband, Mr. William Jens Mor-
rell and a family of two sons, Sidney
Nelson, aged 6 years, and William
George, three and a half years, to
mourn their loss. The funeral takes
place this Monday morniiig, at 10.30
o'clock, from the deceased's late re-
sidence.
SEEN AT THE MUSGRAVE (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Saturday 9 March 1946 [Issue No.23,112] page 4 2020-05-29 21:13 SEEN AT THE MUSGRA V£ I
I saw them all, in a. sort, of
apparently oblivious to noise
printed 'Please take one,' you
its own appeal of% helpless lovii
of the 'Bob' Godfreys. Proud
the John 'Luck family when 'John
Patrick' arrived to* thrill four
Alan Negus. Moreton-street is al
flvb days old.
jveek old. Dclwyn Olive, she is
street. ?
'JANF'
SEEN AT THE MUSGRAVE
I saw them all, in a sort of
apparently oblivious to noise--
printed "Please take one," you
its own appeal of a helpless lovli-
ness; in just miraces from Heaven.
of the "Bob" Godfreys. Proud
the John Luck family when "John
Patrick" arrived to thrill four
Alan Negus, Moreton-street is al-
flve days old.
week old. Delwyn Olive, she is
street.
"JANE"
NIKENBAH NIKENBAH, March 9. (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Saturday 11 March 1939 [Issue No.21,009] page 5 2020-05-28 20:09 NIKENBAH. March D.
Dance. — The Nikenbah School Com
mittee held its fivt dance for the year
on Saturday, March 4. There w:»s a
large crowd of young folk for danc
ing. The proceea'y were in aid ol
school fundr. Mr. P. Horn was in
charge of the door and Mr. H. PeHer
sen- carried out the duties of M.C. Mrs,
Peter Hansen, Torquay, played Ihe
played the extras. The f/iildren's
Monte Carlo was won by Miss D. Gen
cricks and Mis.s Alsia Wilson. The
tin of swcels which was donated by
ihe committee to the Junior Red Cross
Society -to raise funds to buy a sew
by Mr. Colin Nisscn, Pialba. The
Miss D. Christenseu and Mr. Iiarwood,
Weather. — Showery conditions pre
In some parts heavier falls were re
corded as the showers were very scat
tered. Hot, sultry days are being ex
fell during the night. Plant and rat
and family moioreJ to Bundaberg
during the week-end. Mr. C. Gener
icks returned to Many Peak* early
in the week. Mr. Emil Jensen re
was accompanied by his son, Mr. Me:
Jenien, Pialba. Mr. Erir Jacobsen.
Maryborough, spent the wack-end with
NIKENBAH. March 9
Dance. — The Nikenbah School Com-
mittee held its first dance for the year
on Saturday, March 4. There was a
large crowd of young folk for danc-
ing. The proceeds were in aid ol
school funds. Mr. P. Horn was in
charge of the door and Mr. H. Peder-
sen carried out the duties of M.C. Mrs.
Peter Hansen, Torquay, played the
played the extras. The children's
Monte Carlo was won by Miss D. Gen-
ericks and Miss Alsia Wilson. The
tin of sweets which was donated by
the committee to the Junior Red Cross
Society to raise funds to buy a sew-
by Mr. Colin Nissen, Pialba. The
Miss D. Christensen and Mr. Harwood,
Weather. — Showery conditions pre-
In some parts heavier falls were re-
corded as the showers were very scat-
tered. Hot, sultry days are being ex-
fell during the night. Plant and rat-
and family motored to Bundaberg
during the week-end. Mr. C. Gener-
icks returned to Many Peak early
in the week. Mr. Emil Jensen re-
was accompanied by his son, Mr. Mel
Jensen, Pialba. Mr. Eric Jacobsen,
Maryborough, spent the week-end with
FAREWELL TO PRIVATE M. LIST (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Friday 17 July 1942 [Issue No.22,051] page 4 2020-05-27 20:58 PIA'LBA, July 14. — A public farewell, ;
Reception Committee in honour of Pri
vate Mervyn List was held in the Sol
diers' IMemorail Hall, on Monday
night Although .the night was very i
?wet and dark.- there was a very satis- 1
Or. N. J. Andersen, who presided,
well to another Pialba boy. who had
ijoined up with the A.I -F. He regret
had intended being p'resent, but had
for the absence of Mrs. Cooper, secre
iMrs. G. Haddow, Jnr„ and Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Maepherson, all of whom
'sr-nt good wishes. He spoke of the
iought in the Great War in the first
A.'I.F, and had again enlisted 4n tbe
?defence of his country in this war.
and he was sure their guest would up
JCrom the life of Pialba, but they , all
his new life. 'He spoke of the assis
Church Chcir, of which he was a
The chairman called- on Mr. F. W.
Jacobsen, of the first AjI.F.. lo make a
h-» was very pleased' to be able to be
m?ny years. Everyone .who 'knew
tMervyn thought well of him, and the^
hat all were proud of his action in
joihing up with the 'second AjIJF.,
of the district, with all good wishes for j
?nil Tights to use the R.SJ5.AJ:L.A. and
its buildings, clubs, etc., as an hon
Private Mervyn List suitably re
Pialba Branch of the Australian* Com
of the members. The chairman thank
the programme Mrs. H. Aldridge and
Miss McMulien for providing the
dance and other music, and the Her
vrv Bay Girls' War Work Club for
providing and serving the suptper.
Those who contributed to the pro
Stirling, duet. Mr. - R. Cleave was
thoroughly enjoyed till about mid
PIALBA, July 14. — A public farewell,
Reception Committee in honour of Pri-
vate Mervyn List was held in the Sol-
diers' Memorial Hall, on Monday
night: Although the night was very
wet and dark, there was a very satis-
factory attendance.
Cr. N. J. Andersen, who presided,
well to another Pialba boy, who had
joined up with the A.I.F. He regret-
had intended being present, but had
for the absence of Mrs. Cooper, secre-
Mrs. G. Haddow, Jnr., and Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Macpherson, all of whom
sent good wishes. He spoke of the
fought in the Great War in the first
A.I.F., and had again enlisted in the
defence of his country in this war.
and he was sure their guest would up-
from the life of Pialba, but they all
his new life. He spoke of the assis-
Church Choir, of which he was a
The chairman called on Mr. F. W.
Jacobsen, of the first A.I.F., to make a
he was very pleased to be able to be
many years. Everyone who knew
Mervyn thought well of him, and they
that all were proud of his action in
joihing up with the second A.i.F.,
of the district, with all good wishes for
all rights to use the R.S.S.A.I.L.A. and
its buildings, clubs, etc., as an hon-
Private Mervyn List suitably re-
Pialba Branch of the Australian Com-
of the members. The chairman thank-
the programme. Mrs. H. Aldridge and
Miss McMullen for providing the
dance and other music, and the Her-
vey Bay Girls' War Work Club for
providing and serving the supper.
Those who contributed to the pro-
Stirling, duet. Mr. R. Cleave was
thoroughly enjoyed till about mid-
FUNERALS. (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Wednesday 16 June 1926 [Issue No.17,617] page 8 2020-05-27 19:34 FUNERALS,
The funeral of the late Mrs. Pris
residence of her sister, Mrs. C. Hug
Messrs. Luke, Walter and W. T. Wat
son (brothers of the deceased). Ern
the Burrum Shire Council), T. A. Bed
dows( secretary), C. Christensen (son
The funeral of tlie late Mrs, Chris
ci'stcrdav afternoon, was attended by
intimate friends of tHv deceased. Seve
.?askct. Tho pall-bearers were Messm.
J. Paterson. D. M. 'Rencjall, L. A.
Strpbens, and iJ. H. Kirk. Commas*
dant T. 8. Morgan, of the Salvation
Army, oftieiated at the graveside.
FUNERALS.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Pris-
residence of her sister, Mrs. C. Hug-
Messrs. Luke, Walter and W. T. Wat-
son (brothers of the deceased). Ern-
the Burrum Shire Council), T. A. Bed-
dows( secretary), C. Christensen (son-
The funeral of the late Mrs, Chris-
yesterday afternoon, was attended by
intimate friends of the deceased. Seve-
casket. The pall-bearers were Messrs.
J. Paterson. D. M. Rendall, L. A.
Stephens, and J. H. Kirk. Comman-
dant T. S. Morgan, of the Salvation
Army, ofticiated at the graveside.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Monday 28 August 1939 [Issue No.21,153] page 6 2020-05-26 21:51 27, 1939, Leonard Gordon Dakin. be
Dakin. brother of Harold. Cyril,
1 year and S months.
'With Jesus,' j
G6 years.
'R.l.P.n
^HE Relatives and Friends of Mr. and
Mrs. ,W. H. Dakin are respectfully
beloved son, TJSONARD GORDON
DAKIN. to move from their residence,
No. 15 Hart-street,' THIS (MONDAY)
Funeral Director. |
T^HE funeral of the late MRS. SELINA
! NIFjwSEN will move from the
I Nikenbah Church for the Nikenbah
I Cemetery after service commencing at
| 2.30 o'clock TO-DAY (MONDAY). Pri
IN MEMORIAL
wife. Louise W. HalJ. who passed
Of one that was dear to me; '
Of the days that used to be,'
AH).
The 'Chronicle'
27, 1939, Leonard Gordon Dakin , be-
Dakin, brother of Harold, Cyril,
1 year and 5 months.
"With Jesus."
66 years.
"R.l.P."
THE Relatives and Friends of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Dakin are respectfully
beloved son, LEONARD GORDON
DAKIN, to move from their residence,
No. 15 Hart-street, THIS (MONDAY)
Funeral Director.
THE funeral of the late MRS. SELINA
NIESEN will move from the
Nikenbah Church for the Nikenbah
Cemetery after service commencing at
2.30 o'clock TO-DAY (MONDAY). Pri-
IN MEMORIAM
wife, Louise W. HalL, who passed
Of one that was dear to me;
Of the days that used to be,
Alf).
The "Chronicle"
Family Notices (Family Notices), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Saturday 16 July 1932 [Issue No.19257] page 8 2020-05-26 21:38 . BQtTB
XtAWLOE— At fit. Margaret'* HotpiUl, oa
Joly 3, 1932, to Mr. and Mrs. M. Lawlor,
Nikenbah— * daughter.
IN MEMOB1AH.
MbcKIKSON — In loving memory of our
tBteep on Jaly 17, 1920; alao our bro-
titer William, who departed iliig life on
November 6, 1929.
'Until we meet again.'*
(Inserted by Mary sod Madge.)
CURRAlf — In loving memory of my beloved
huabB&d and our dear father. Patrick
Joseph, who paBBed away at Bundaborg,
(Inserted by Ms loving wife and eons,
Norman and William.) ?
BIRTH
LAWLOR— At St. Margaret's Hospital, on
July 3, 1932, to Mr. and Mrs. M. Lawlor,
Nikenbah— daughter.
IN MEMORIAM.
MacKINNON— In loving memory of our
asleep on July 17, 1920; also our bro-
ther William, who departed this life on
November 5, 1929.
"Until we meet again."
(Inserted by Mary and Madge.)
CURRAN — In loving memory of my beloved
husband and our dear father, Patrick
Joseph, who passed away at Bundaberg,
(Inserted by his loving wife and sons,
Norman and William.)
Family Notices (Family Notices), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Monday 29 November 1943 [Issue No.22,377] page 2 2020-05-26 21:26 November 27 1943, Richard Gran-
Interred at the Nikenbah Ceme
45 years. I
'At Rest'
JAS. iBUIFiFEY,
Funeral Director, |
c'f our dear wife and mother, Mar
garet Ann Nicholas, who [passed
away November 29. 1935.
'Always Remembered.'
Inserted by her loving huffoand
and son. Tom.
November 27, 1943, Richard Gran-
Interred at the Nikenbah Ceme-
45 years.
"At Rest"
JAS. BUFFEY,
Funeral Director.
of our dear wife and mother, Mar-
garet Ann Nicholas, who passed
away November 29, 1935.
"Always Remembered."
Inserted by her loving husband
and son, Tom.
NIKENBAH NIKENBAH. September 25. (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Friday 10 October 1941 [Issue No.21,812] page 2 2020-05-26 21:05 — ' ♦
NTKENBAH. September 25.
Arbor Day. — Arbor Day was ob
served at the school on Friday. 5ep
Icmbar 19. Uuring the day a wattle
tree was planicd. Games were played
by the children and a triend'j- tennis
Patriotic 'Meeting.— The monthly
meeting of the patriotic executive com
present were the secretary IMr. L. J.
Whiiiby) and Messrs. C. Tench 'trea
surer); P. Churchward and A. Doyle
(trustees). Mesdames Doyle- and
Messer iNikenlbah), Mr. and Mrs. R.
Campbell and Mr. C. Ross (Dundow
W. Amos illrangan Road). To raise
fund? it was decided to forward cir
was decided that canteen ordets valued
a.: £ 1 ? be forwarded to the soldiers
overseas from 'No. 2 Division ar a
N. Fiek'in.g were gue?ts of Mr. and
Mrs. .1. Messer for the week-end. Mrs.
E. 'Menzies. Gympie. is at present on
^n exienaea visit to ner parents. Mr.
and Mrs. E. Jt'nsen. Miss A. Cleave
spent ,the week-end at Nikenbah. Mas
ter M. Whitby. Brisbane Boys' Col
lege, arrived to spend a short vaca
tion with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L.
Whitb.v. School House.
Dance. — An enjoyable time was spent
the auspices of the No. 2 Division. Pat
Saturday. September 20. in the Dun
riowran Recreation Hall. Messrs. A.
Doy-e. C. Ross and A. Wilson were
ihe dance was played by Mr. E. Vom
'Ibiijo). Extras were played by
Messrs. R. and E. Whittaker imouth
organs) and R. Cleave 'accordion).
supervision of Mr. L. Keen a five hun
Indies' prize and M-r. J. Newburn top
Me.-damef Dnyie an-j Wilson were
in cnarge of ihe sweets and soft drink
5tr.ll
^Otirpri in ihp (*alri*»rino u-p™ TWr.
ard Mrs. A. Doyle. Mr. and Mrs. L.
Wl-.itny. Mr. and Mrs. F. Christiansen.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs.
C Rcss. Mr. and Mrs R. CanrAeH.
M'. and Mrs A. Austin. Mr. and Mrs.
C. Christensen. Mr. ond Mrs. G. A.
Austin. Mr. and Mrs. L. Tench, Mr.
and Mrs. V. NrehoK Mr. and Mrs,
E. Whittaker. Mr. and Mrs. H. Church
ward. Mr. and Mxs. J. Messer. Mes
O. Moes Misse? D. and W. Carlson
(21. H. B. and E. Moes f3). M. Niel
sen. J. Russell. J. Elelby. E. Kamin
ski. P. Smith. D. Walker. D. Chris
tensen. I. Piesfcrd. B. and A. MesseT
(2). \T. Tieldin-g. L. Hebbiewhite. S.
Putman. M. Jorgensen. CamebeU (2-./
Messrs. .7. Blair. H. Purser. C. Wilcox.
J. and K. Gallaeher, J. and E. New--
burn T. Keen. E. Tench. R. Cleave,
V anH L. Pe-'ereen. N. and M. Pohl
man. G. and W. Armstrone, R. Turner.
R. Horn. R. Genericks. R. antbE. Whil
taker. R. Gee. J. Steohensen. G. flTor
eensen. A. Ro»s. B. Moreton. M. Ho
berE. G. Abbott, L. Han=en. M.
Churchward. R. and M. Campbell. M.
Statz. R. Piggford. also visitors from

NIKENBAH. September 25.
Arbor Day. — Arbor Day was ob-
served at the school on Friday Sep-
tember 19. During the day a wattle
tree was planted. Games were played
by the children and a friendly tennis
Patriotic Meeting.— The monthly
meeting of the patriotic executive com-
present were the secretary Mr. L. J.
Whitby) and Messrs. C. Tench ( trea-
surer), P. Churchward and A. Doyle
(trustees), Mesdames Doyle and
Messer (Nikenbah), Mr. and Mrs. R.
Campbell and Mr. C. Ross (Dundow-
W. Amos (Urangan Road). To raise
funds it was decided to forward cir
was decided that canteen orders valued
a £ 1 be forwarded to the soldiers
overseas from No. 2 Division as a
N. Fielding were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Messer for the week-end. Mrs.
E. Menzies, Gympie is at present on
an extended visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Jensen. Miss A. Cleave
spent the week-end at Nikenbah. Mas-
ter M. Whitby, Brisbane Boys' Col-
lege, arrived to spend a short vaca-
tion with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Whitby, School House.
Dance. — An enjoyable time was spent.
the auspices of the No. 2 Division. Pat-
Saturday, September 20, in the Dun-
dowran Recreation Hall. Messrs. A.
Doyle, C. Ross and A. Wilson were
the dance was played by Mr. E. Voss
(banjo). Extras were played by
Messrs. R. and E. Whittaker (mouth
organs) and R. Cleave (accordion).
supervision of Mr. L. Keen a five hun-
Iadies' prize and Mr. J. Newburn top-
Mesdames Doyle and Wilson were
in charge of the sweets and soft drink
stall.
Noticed in the gathering were Mr.
and Mrs. A. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Whitby. Mr. and Mrs. F. Christiansen,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.
C Rcss, Mr. and Mrs. R. Campbell,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Austin, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Austin, Mr. and Mrs. L. Tench, Mr.
and Mrs. V. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Whittaker, Mr. and Mrs. H. Church-
ward. Mr. and Mrs. J. Messer, Mes-
O. Moes, Misses D. and W. Carlson
(2), H. B. and E. Moes (3). M. Niel-
sen, J. Russell, J. Elelby, E. Kamin-
ski, P. Smith, D. Walker, D. Chris-
tensen I. Piggford, B. and A. Messer
(2), T. Fielding, L. Hebblewhite, S.
Putman, M. Jorgensen, Campbell (2),
Messrs.J. Blair, H. Purser. C. Wilcox,
J. and K. Gallagher, J. and E. New--
burn, T. Keen, E. Tench, R. Cleave,
A. and L. Petersen, N. and M. Pohl-
man, G. and W. Armstrong, R. Turner,
R. Horn, R. Genericks, R. and E. Whit-
taker, R. Gee, J. Steohensen, G. Mor-
gensen, A. Ross, B. Moreton, M. Ho-
berg, G. Abbott, L. Hansen, M.
Churchward, R. and M. Campbell, M.
Statz, R. Piggford, also visitors from
NIKENBAH NIKENBAH, October 26. (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Wednesday 30 October 1935 [Issue No.20,268] page 2 2020-05-26 20:03 NKENBAH
XTKE.VBAH. October 26.
Dance and , Oaryr.— In Bpite of the;
School on Saturday, October 'IP. A
large crowd was - present. The pro
Mr. P. Horn was doorkeeper. The;
fiuiies ot ,m.l. were carricd'out .by
Mr. C. Gcnericks. Mr. R. Obcr sup
Monte Carlo walt7.es were won. by
Mrs. K. Giles and Mr. B. Genericks,
Mrs. Churchward (Dundowran) : and
Fay Horn, The children's novelty
wait r. was won by Miss Alira Messer
and Miss Esme Christensen. A' five
hundred tournament was also 'held
and supervised by Mr. L. WhitbV.'
Mrs. I*. Whitby was the winner of
the lady's prize with 3200 point^ and.
Mr. G. Kncttor of the merfs Tmjte
with 2440 points. Supper wfs served
.by members of the committee. -
, Weather.— Beneficial rains fell' dur-
ing, last week-end. At Mkenbah 151
points was registered. ,
Cane Jlnrvesting. — Cane harvesting'
heW ennni iri.-1. ? i ? «i .*
was welcome to the farmers,
acres of eane have been plantea* n !
thiB district during the 'font month. % !
School Committee,— The Xiktnbah ]
School committee held a meeting jn I
the school qn 'Friday, petober 28. AH I
members were present, The.m&flBf'
to? o&m by tbff carman, i(t, g
Popp. General .business was attended ' j
to and accounts passed for .payment.' :
It was decided on tu buy a few- pic- j
turps for the school- and to- buv two
blinds for the school verandah. Ar
rangements were made- to hold a dance ' 1
J).' Sprott,- who are on -their annual
vacation, are paying a-virit tb Mrs.'
'W. Stocks ? before ? leaving for - tbe
Kouth. Mr, L. Keen and'*childfen- left i
by car with Mr. and ^fr. -Stocks ^o' j
spend a Tew days in Chitfen. Mr. L ]
Howard . (Maryborough) spent *. -
week-end' in yitenhaii ^
MIS. a. TV Carbon, ^
Giles. and Betty
NIKENBAH
NIKENBAH, October 26.
Dance and Cards.— In spite of the
School on Saturday, October 19. A
large crowd was present. The pro-
Mr. P. Horn was doorkeeper. The
duties of M.C. were carried out by
Mr. C. Genericks. Mr. R. Ober sup-
Monte Carlo waltzes were won by
Mrs. K. Giles and Mr. R. Genericks,
Mrs. Churchward (Dundowran) and
Fay Horn. The children's novelty
waltz was won by Miss Alira Messer
and Miss Esme Christensen. A five
hundred tournament was also held
and supervised by Mr. L. Whitby.
Mrs. L. Whitby was the winner of
the lady's prize with 3200 points and.
Mr. G. Knetter of the men's prize
with 2440 points. Supper was served
by members of the committee.
Weather.— Beneficial rains fell dur-
ing, last week-end. At Nikenbah 151
points was registered.
Cane Harvesting. — Cane harvesting
being supplied. The week-end rain
was welcome to the farmers. Many
acres of cane have been planted in
this district during the last month.
School Committee,— The Nikenbah
School committee held a meeting in
the school on Friday, October 25. All
members were present. The meeting
was opened by the chairman, Mr. S.
Popp. General business was attended
to and accounts passed for payment.
It was decided on to buy a few pic-
tures for the school and to buy two
blinds for the school verandah. Ar-
rangements were made to hold a dance
D. Sprott, who are on their annual
vacation, are paying a visit to Mrs.
W. Stocks before leaving for the
South. Mr. L. Keen and'children left
by car with Mr. and Mrs. Stocks to
spend a few days in Chlders. Mr. L.
Howard (Maryborough) spent last
week-end in Nikenbah as the guest of
Mrs. H. W. Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Giles and Betty

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