QWEL


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QWELQualified Water Efficient Landscaper (training course)
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Qwel, a news release says, "has been hailed by many as one of the most skilled and innovative lyricists since hip-hop's inception."
An activist in many women's organisations including the Queensland Women's Electoral League (QWEL), the Lyceum Club where she was vice president, and the Queensland National Council of Women where she was president 1921-25, and was then made honorary president in appreciation of her accomplishments while president.
Her own election to parliament was not easy and she was the only member of QWEL ever to be elected.
To this end Margaret Ogg, who was to be the secretary of QWEL for the next thirty years, travelled around Queensland campaigning for women's suffrage.
QWEL was principally, though not solely, concerned with the suffrage and getting women elected to parliament.
They all contained amazing and formidable women including Emma Miller (60) (WEFA and WWPO), Leontine Cooper (61) (WFL), Elizabeth Brentnall (62) and her daughter Flora (later Mrs E B Harris), Agnes Williams, (63) Mrs W H Carvosso (64) and Eleanor Trundle (WCTU), Margaret Ogg and Lilian Cooper, Queensland's first woman doctor (QWEL).
In mid September 1903 Arthur Morgan replaced Philp as Premier, and promised a QWEL deputation that he would introduce an electoral reform Bill.
(51) Minutes of Meetings, July-December 1903, in QWEL Papers, July 1903 August 1908, Oxley Library, OM 7174; Worker 18 July, 15 and 22 August 1903.