Daily Mail, Tuesday 1 March 1921, page 9
NEWS FROM THE COUNTRY.
[end of the sports news] At the annual meeting of the Soccer Football Club the election of officers resulted as follows :— Patron, Mr. W. P. Mitchell ; president, Mr. R. O. McMillan ; vice-presidents, Messrs. J. Foote, G. B. Nonmus, F. Nelson, V. E. White, W. Grant, and D. Campbell ; secretary, Mr. J. A. Forde. It was decided to open the season with a match to be played at Brisbane during Easter, between a team composed of players from Palmwoods, Woombye, Buderim, Nambour, and Yandina, and a metropolitan club. Large quantities of strawberries, French beans, and tomatoes are now being planted as a result of the showery weather. The coffee trees, which were very late in blooming this year, are loaded with berries, and it is anticipated the harvest will be a very heavy one.
Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser , Friday 4 March 1921, page 4
The fact that the cricket season is rapidly ending was borne out on Saturday afternoon when a number of soccer enthusiasts indulged in some practice at Smith's paddock which is in fair order. To raise the cost of the necessary materials et., a social and dance will be held in the School of Arts on March 19th.
Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton), Tuesday 1 March 1921, p. 7
A meeting of those interested in soccer football will be held at the Archer-street drill gound to-morrow night to form a new club, the Rockhampton Celtic.
Darling Downs Gazette, Wednesday 2 March 1921, page 6
DISTRICT NEWS. OAKEY
[at the end of the sports news] The Oakey Western Suburbs Soccer Club has reformed, and intends to affiliate with the Q.B.F.A. Miss Brennan who has been stationed at Oakey G.R.R. has been transferred and promoted to Brisbane.
Telegraph (Brisbane, Saturday 5 March 1921, page 9
Kedron United Club.— A meeting of the Soceer Football Club will be held in Mr. Dewar's residence, Kedron, on Thursday,- 10th March.
Telegraph (Brisbane), Friday 4 March 1921, page 5
Exhibition Oval Lease.
Tenders closed yesterday for the hire of the Exhibition oval, for the ensuing football season. Offers were received from the Football League (Rugby), the Soccer Association, and the Australian Rules League. The tender of the lastnamed was the highest, and it has been accepted. A proviso in the contract is that the ground is to be available to any organisation requiring it for an inter state or international game, whether football, lacrosse, hockey, or any other game.
Herald, Thursday 3 March 1921, page 16
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE. Tenders and quotations will be received at the Contracts Office, Victoria Barracks, St Kilda road, Melbourne, up till 2 o'clock p.m. on:
FRIDAY, 4th MARCH. 1921.
For the supply of Stop Watches, Cells (Electric), Tinned Salmon, Balls (Soccer) with Bladder and Brushes (Sweeping).