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(15 pictures)
Picture relating to Haden - titled 'Haden'
Picture relating to St Lawrence - titled 'St Lawrence'
Picture relating to Nagambie - titled 'Nagambie'
Picture relating to Avenel - titled 'Avenel'
Picture relating to Avenel - titled 'Avenel'
Picture relating to Mosman Street - titled 'Night of the referendum on Federation of Australia, Charters Towers, 1900'
Picture relating to Burleigh Heads - titled 'Horses grazing in the paddock in front of the Burleigh Hotel, Burleigh Heads, 1900'
Picture relating to Townsville - titled 'Queen's Hotel, Townsville, ca. 1900'
Picture relating to Barcaldine - titled 'French journalist Henri Gilbert, Barcaldine, April 1900'
Picture relating to Warwick - titled 'Devaney's Victoria Hotel at Warwick, ca. 1900'
Picture relating to Thargomindah - titled 'Crowd gathered in front of the Thargomindah Hotel, ca. 1900'
Picture relating to Laura - titled 'Laura Hotel, ca. 1900'
Picture relating to Fernvale - titled 'Royal Exchange Hotel, Fernvale, ca. 1900'
Picture relating to Charleville - titled 'Group of people in front of the Charleville Hotel, ca. 1900'
Picture relating to Brisbane - titled 'View of the Bellevue Hotel, Brisbane, ca.1900'

Haden

contributed by BobLindsay, taken in 1900
(contact BobLindsay about this picture)

Haden township was a thriving centre in the early 1900s, with two pubs, three grocer shops, a butcher shop, Queensland National Bank and a racecourse. Haden State School was officially opened on May 20, 1912, and first known as Wahoon State School.