Decorated Hoops

Back row: Kathleen Chambers, Ruth Rudd, Harriet Kuhn, Dorothy Henzell, Bill French, Frank Rospigaroff, Ralph Rudd, George French Second row:  Grace Chambers, Win Henzell, Julia Williams, Josie Chambers, Lily Williams, Violet French Front row:      Rita Henzell, Nina Rudd, Jean Henzell The Brisbane Courier of 30th November 1912 reported “MT. PLEASANT… Read more »

Cenotaph unveiled 1920

The Brisbane Courier of 30th May 1917 reported: “UPPER NORTH PINE – The Progress Association at a meeting on Saturday night decided to take steps to erect a monument in honour of the boys who have gone to the front.” At a meeting of the Dayboro State School Committee on… Read more »

Dayboro QCWA Children’s Playground

On 1st November 1969, following the unveiling of a monument to the late Senior Constable Colin Brown, the new QCWA Memorial Children’s Playground dedicated in memory of Misses E.J. & F.G. Hay was officially opened.  Mrs. Kenny (president of the South Coast Division) performed the official ceremony.  The Mirror of… Read more »

Charles Adsett Blacksmith

Blacksmiths A newspaper of 25th June 1887 records “Mr. Berry would give an allotment rent free to any person who wished to start a saddlery or a blacksmith and wheelwright”.  Charles Adsett was the first blacksmith, appearing in the 1893 Post Office Directory.  A 1 acre block was transferred into… Read more »

Buffalo Lodge Dayboro

Buffalo Lodge Dayboro No. 624 (R.A.O.B. – G.A.B.) Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffalos – Grand Australasian Banner Nemo Mortalium Omnibus Horis Sapit “No Man Is At All Times Wise” The R.A.O.B. (the Buffs) is a Fraternity with benevolent goals offering a social experience for men and originates from the United… Read more »