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An honour roll commemorates those who enlisted for active service in World War One.

The Roll lists 100 names (25 Killed), (29 Wounded), (1 Died), (5 Sisters).

Homebush. The long-delayed installation of our Honour Board is to be an accomplished fact within the next week or two. The board, which is a marble slab in handsome frame of maple, arrived last week, and after inspection will be forwarded to Homebush, where permission is being sought from the Education Department to erect it in the local State school. Provided that everything is found satisfactory, the unveiling ceremony will take place at an early date which will be duly advertised in the "Mercury." The committee have decided to invite the clergy of all religious denominations working in the district to take part in the ceremony, which will be of a sacred character, and is expected to be arranged for Sunday week, 25th inst.
Daily Mercury (Mackay, QLD), 14 July 1920.


Address:1181 Homebush Road, Homebush State School, Homebush, 4740
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -21.275883
Long: 149.050346
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Honour Roll
Monument Theme:Conflict
Actual Event STart Date:04-August-1914
Actual Event End Date:28-June-1919


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 25th July, 1920
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