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HORNIBROOK EULOGISED. SYDNEY, Dec. 12 [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

HORNIBROOK EULOGISED. SYDNEY, Dec, IS A flrst-class left-hander is of lnesT lmable valoe to the strongest erieket team, and Australia seems to have dis covered, one In Petty HornQsroofc, of Queensland. He has dismissed tB« great Macartney in three successive Innings. twfc« clean bowled. The bowl- ?, er who caa do that clearly has a hoi j shot to the locker. One prominent mem- j ber of the New South Wales team ! just back from Brisbane says that ] Homibrook is the best »ow!er as Aus- j tralia. -Just as well for surronndlwr j chibs, that he is not sBU at Obi Obi.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MONSTER AEROPLANE. PILOTED BY BERT HINKLER. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

MONSTER AEROPLANE. PILOTED BY BERT HINKLER. London, Friday. — Bert Hlakler, llic Queensland airman, was th« pilot, on a trial trip of an aeroplane with a thousand horse-power engine, wtitch Is the largest in the world. The aero plane vns launched at Southampton to-day. The engine consists of 1*5 cylinders, fitted to a long distance bomber, with a lifting capacity of 7 tons. The 'plane carries three people, any of whom can change places (furlns the flight. The propellor Is 16 ft. across. There are special appliances for keeping the hamt9 ami feet wrm, and preventing the orun freezing. The petrol tanks are self-sealing, so they will not catch fire If pierced by bulI^U. Mr. Hinkler readily manoeuvred 'bf monster aeroplane, rising, falling 'nrt turning In all directions with grear ease.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MAROOCHY SHIRE AMBULANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

MAROOCHr SHIRE AMBULANCE. The Superintendent wishes to notify the public of the Maroochy Shire that the Ambulance car has been installed, and will be available at call any hour of the day or night , or Sunday. In case of accident or sudden illness a rinz to Nambour 94 will ensure a prompt re sponse . The motto of the Q.A.T.B. Is ' Ready always,' and an endeavour wil be made to uphold the truth of that motto at this centre. An ap peal also is hereby made to Jhe public c.f the Slaroochy Shire for funds to enar.le this work to be carried on. The initial expenses in connection with the opening of a centre, and the pur chase of an ambulance car, are neces sarily heavy. This opportunity is taken of placing- confidence In the public of the shire that such supp ort as la ne*:ded will be forthcoming. The Ambulance is support-d entirely by voluntary public sub scriptions, with Government subsidy of £1 for £1. A subscription of the amount of £t per year will entitle the doc or to member ship, ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Chevallum. STATE SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

Chevallura. STATE SCHOOL CONCERT. The first concert eventuated at the school on Thursday evening Dec. 1 Un. In spite of threatening Uiunciefslomv thA school was packed to the fail. Great credit is reflected on the teicner Miss K. McDonald, for hsr aaltrins efforts In training the children up to such a high standard; all the Items plauded. A stage -was erecled by the committee outside at the broad doorway which was covered ?with tar-' panlins so a3 to give ample room In side. A fine Xinas tre« had been pre pared, and stood in one corner of the school. After the concert th« teacher distributed a prize to jich child and these were much appreciated Mr. Ellis, chairman of the commlU?e. thanked tne children for rendering the Items so well, and also the teach er for her kindly efforts and good will towards the children, as they were much appreciated by the child ren and parents. Supper was hand ed around (the teacher attended the children) after which the room was cleared for dancing, whic...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

Fir 'Xmas and! ' lew Year- . ii ?I. dr»V Camp«r» and Holiday KUktra n«*d for ww- at Um?S*M--I* cm- ?-«? puroh«Md hf ; ) i'i I ? J BlA-vUV ; COATS. — GARBARDEN POPLIN, SILK and : ! ' 'irOAP SHRUNK DRILL TROUSERS— SPORTS SHIRTS. * : I : : BATHING COSTUMES— ; j J ? RUBBER SHOES OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS. ! ? ! . ? j 1 1Gifts to Him From Yon I I '? *?».»? ? . 1 I ? ?UGI: DE LUXE SHIRTS ' ; . fTRIPED FUGI SILK SHI RTS \ . ' - {ULAIN FUGI TENNIS SHIRTS ' - 1 j I ~PE?IAL PYJAMA SUITS k * - ,TTRACT!VE SILK TIES. SILK HANDKF9. 1 \* ' 'OLID LEATHER COLLAR BOXES ii -IGGER BROWN BOOTS i f ; _____ ___________ i . .Ha w'll 4if pr»clato any of thma S*rvlcsabl« Olfta from th* Cornier Shop— ' ' . ? THE STORK FOR Mitt ? ' ! P. J. Kearns & Co., 1 jailors, Mercers, Hooters, j &1 ? U — [jjT p FASCINATING AND ENTRANCING j;:- ? ? ] I^ khe wonderful and most un ique design and modelling in the be\fi|de! ing variety of the ' 1 I ' - rt y^SHOWlNG OF TOYS ? | St -H j SUBTANT1AL TOYS- j j j jfHICH GI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

SUNSHINE CAFE IN NEW BUrjJHVGS. Oppotita Post Offlc«, KABBOUR. LIGHT LCricHEOl'iS a Spe elallty. Horning « A .ftaraoon Tm. SODA FdUN TAE? D RISKS. LEMON SQUASH, ? MILK SHAKES. and DEL JCIOUS ICES. Hot Pies. I /rmt tad Lollies. ''? L. HI JM10& SreprMor.

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FIGHTING THE MOSQUITO. HOW TO DO IT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

FIGHTINQ TifzlmOtQUrTO.^ HOW TCI ISO IT. They nre now ftsh'ii'g mostinitoes — the 'wolves of tip Jflr' — with ma chinery!. Ten |'ei£* ago (writes 'Science Slftings')ini.w's chief weapon agtiinst these pes}* 5we'*° mos(|mto : netting, i-cnnyroya Srom tho drug gist, smucge flrcs.j a»l. perhaps, tho kerosene can fronTj tlflj kitchen. To- j dav they tiri; uslni 'ScipDns ni» for-y ml-Ublo as any uftipftynd In human , w.in'an — tnucliin.'!1;.'. :lj.it cost .mil- ? lon». great power ; ijipnps, rlltch»llK glng tanks, tide gati»«',yotary otl-9pniy9 ; petrol engines, ellu'Zlo aynamos — '. mvsbincvy and pnjivt% ns expennlvtj . and coriiplicated f.-t^thut wtilch U\ needed to run a laivjvay or light n* city — all to kill tins Sistjcts — or pre- , vent them from braijti!?. . j Tim two chief uSesl}foi? which this comi-llcatetl machinal-/ 'in employed .iro , the drainage of .nfaiUps f wln-ro tho 1 mosrniltoe3 breed ijni'S live, nnd Hit; crating wit hfl! ot nj!?e3 which eun- ! not be drained. J ? 3 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

— -— ??? . ' '— 'I — ?' '?'? ? '??? ' ?'— » j Norse Mams' Private Hospital, [ m«uo 8u, Kambour. 'Ptione 46. NURSE (Mrs.). ADAMS, ' \.TJiJi. (lertilicaieii or Lon ^u Ol'Slctrical Society, Olnpnaii: Maternity Hospital; act; Uentrii Mldwlvets' Board, London. None (Mr*.) Beaosang Certificated Midwife. DIK acquired the Residence of Mr. 1. D. Murlagh, Blackall Terrace. NAMBOUR, as a Hospital, and will continue to receive patients as previously. 'Davenport' Private Hospital, KEftlLWORTH ROAD, EUMIMDI. ?PhoorN'. 41. NURSK POLE-HOtlE Hospital Trained Nurse. 6ta'^ Registered. MPRBJ CROFTS, M.P£., ^horoiacMitiRai chainlet Photographlo Depot, NAMBOUR. All photograanlo Good* at list price* for oath. F. WIMMER, Soft Drink and Cordial Manufacturer. Maker of all kluus of Soft brinks and Cordials. THE TRADE SUPPUED. Wlnnsr 1«t prize for Cordial* NaUonal Show, 1622. MILL STREET. NAMBOUR. H. A. DONALD, Coachbnilder, Wheelwright, General Blacksmith. i — l Mi: 31 Shooing. Repairs. Palming. Moderate Pric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

A man's own good breeding ia the best security against other people's ill-m*aners.

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FALSE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

FALSE NEWS. It is not at all true that the body ? -f the latf M«\ C 5. Scales, who was drowned at Cou'um the Sunday i-e- fr-t* Xmas- Eve, has teen found. Wha ;\er sent the nt-ws to the Brisbane 'Courier' '.,v.es a sincere apo'osy to '???? tii*tr«-red parents aad othtr friemls wiio now feel that the statement will Tjver be true.

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"NEVER MIND, SAMBO!" [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

'NEVER MIND, SAMBO!' Father Bernard Vaughan. whose death recently was reported, was a noted raconteur. One of his best stories was about a ne?ro who wanted to tnter a ssvell church in New York. The clersrunan said. 'We don't have any colored gentlemen in this church.' 'But the Lord told me to come here,' replied the negro. 'Well,' said tlie clergyman, ''you had better so and ask for more guid ance.' After some days the ntsro returned, sayin?, 'The Lord still says dis is my church.' 'I am sorry.' answered the parivn, 'but we can't take you in.' The nesro returned a third time, saying, 'I told the Lord what you said. He say, 'Never mind, Sambo. I myself have been trying- to get Into that church for year*, but have never succeeded.' ' '

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Maroochydore. OPENING OF [?]RUCH. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

MaroocKyctorb. O1'F,N1N« OK H^-;. -:{ie{vCJl. . The new Cathiilic; Clsifr.iij at Mar ooohydoru was nfliclii])/ -J|.-lnWJ on Sim day last. SUn'1ii|-! il;'.!!',i^fV.iiMl;.-,n the extreme fringe !)f !;»-* jiu^tiriiip nearest Nainhuiir. it iJrewirif ??« v strlkiim appearance with U'.u-I (n!jj(l. jwvntl'.o: ImDnl p\-lprlnr rolii'sved by h\'!)i»o ssslies and surmounted b-' wljllf. w }1-M crosses. The boats from XitipbOurs'vspislaU-, hut thiTe had previoiislyj g.ii !«??-?? j] a fair cruwd from Bnd^rini uSioi flic lower Maroochy Blvcr '? ; :j i Inside, (hr .Church :; sj.ii-imlrd a briglit appearance, liciji^ Stjecorated with eahbage ti-eii iialin} ?;ift;A-rs. khiI soini' bunches of, fliiwersi ' -. It was npariiiB eleven wlitin Kutht-ii\vjiBht and llir altar boys assi'iuhlod ia Tic porch before the unopened .dw-r»'\'itml read the appropriate prayoijs. j _'?hey then proceeded through tlip chuijlj, bless ing the new building,.' amt- ir-uounccd Unit the rlmrcU wik l)Uig-ii;i»ud tiut apart fur t...

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Maleny. CRICKET/MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

Maleiiy. CRickEii *?jvrc«. . ? Kenilwortli defeaUci wma on ]=at'r; day, 23rd imlaht. ^i W«.i wicket, b- SO runs on the flij t : .tnnirtgs. f cores, WCWHU first |arJn'(js;'.CoJs'u. N, Mi Glbn 5. Tescli 1-. N.iMiCinfa 7. I^ober-: mein run out U Ba) J.-: Jnf Pea we 9. T. Vandrleke c: Hartsraib.|N. Mf-Ginn 2, Donovan notinut'ii |B. {Nothling c Jno. Pearce b. |N. -?cr.:*n 9. Wolfcn-. den c. Pickering! b. l\n\ Pwlca 2. FIpH cr c. .1. Pearcc !-. F| IVaj---f{ 0, B. Van-; dri'-kc c. Plc!£eHh(?!|I-: S..VlcOinn i. Padgcl l.h.w. b.;?. ffcaitm 10, uurfdrics h, lotal 54. Bci\vlifip::Jn'ji Peatce 1 for 20. N. McGinn «if-;r 2- j S. MciGinn 2 fir 0, F. Pearic li'fyr t* , jliiu Pearce 1 for 3. : j I Kenllworth 1st in ninvs;: .Sno. Pjarcc cand b. Tcsch.'K.; 0-ii.- Hassall 1). Tsech 0. S. McGlinn !«. -SWCiling b.- Ball 7, N. McGinn *. Kleilrii i\. Bal!_ 4, K. Pickering b. Nothiln^ iX'X. McGinn c. Donovan b ' T;CRcjr 3. A: -A. McGinn c. Donovan b. fuiah 1-. }?'. f e»rc-| c Xothllng b. Bnll i I. \{i-U -V...

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Kenilworth. LOWEKE-CLARKE WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

Kiei-iMotthJ LOWEKE-CLAUKa WEDDING i A very prj»lty;Tvr|Hin!g was fioleiHo-! hsed In the Kcn}lw$lb jllall on TuHs-! day evcningi'lSth TJ%cihh«jr 1922, [l}io ; contracting 'parties liiinij- Copeland, Jhc .\ only son cfi'Mrj airrf -Jrs. F-. Lowe.'!} at this district, aiid (V.adjrs May, sec«r.'S J daughter of ?-Ir. hntijJIr^. \V. ClariccJ^ Belli. Th^ fiewj C.:Turj.*!all |)mclate-;j A girt friwi'l of th» bride had nictirj decorated lb^ h^ll. ' T!if- bride enter- 1 ed on Uieatirei 'of ber ifatheh to *j-e ! strains of '^hei Voice ithat Breathed o'er Eden,' -unir by tfje Choral So ciety. Shn was.' hsocJsrmely ? gowned i in a white e?U« frnck !made[in Icngi waisted style;! rtjlevicd !at sloes wl'h i Bllver lace, aijd t-ran;»;c blossoms. Iw:r veil was ar»iinH«d in MainW eSeki. with circle 4? fp^ie Hlossopis, s^ii j she carried a- nlcte VsTKpial. Shp v.-us , attended by i.nr yoiific':? »ist{ r, Ger trude, who \vas da^idlii attired in!a shell pink , sfiiin UnfX w'.th j hat I') harmonise. Kr. J...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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New Settlers' League. FORTNIGHTLY NEWS BUDGET No. 18 [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

New Settlers' League. FORTNIGHTLY NEWS BUDGET No. 18 GREETINGS: The Queensland Division of the New Settlers' League wishes to extend the heartiest of good wishes to each new settler and trusts that 1923 may see each one well on the ! road to success. ] The 'League also wishes to convey I to each branch cordial greetings for Uie Festive Season, and expre«ses ap preciation of the untirine efforts ren dered by Country Secretaries. Good wishes are aiso -extended to Country Press whose loyal co-opera- ; tion has done much for the success of j the movement in this State. j FARM LADS: Mention was made in tlie last news budget of « farm lads , arriving in Brisbane by the 5.S. 'Eu- I ripiiJes' nn 28tli December. TUp Queensland Government !s a dnplintr a seheme of apprenticeship on somewhat similar lines to that in foree. in South Australia. Tim ages of the boys nnsre from 1G to .1!) and they w'tl be hired or apprentice.! lo farmers, pnstnralists and suitable empioyer? under an acreement of n...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Coolum. SUCCESSFUL FIRST SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

Coolum. SUCCESSFUL FIRST SALE. Boxing Day saw the auction sale of the first section of the Coolum Beach Estate, and may be looked back to as the birthday of whatm ust In time Be come a very One seaside town. People JK'CSea tnere rrom every possible ui recilon. Even from the sparsely FeJ tled country to the north of the famous Green Hills, where Emu Mountain rears its barren height: from North Arm by q»3d, from Yandina by both road and 'boat, from Maruochydore by loaded boats, and from Nambour by tram, '?? boat, and b y tram again, as wel as by Iroad via Yandina and by road via Bll j.BH across the fern' and along beach. IQuite a number came from south Coo |!um (where the mountain is), and the jr/arty thai had by no means the least of [the experiences of the day came by 'motor bus from Bli Bll via .Yandltn. ^ome 18 in number. AH. these people srot there and back without mishap, -hoiitrh there was an element of good vortuno In mlspSne two heavy UiuthIpt itorms which wel Buderim and Ma ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

TO OORRESPONDENVSi One of Ui« victims.— Kot sif?. i 1 ?? ???« i

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

PERSONAL. ; Readers will harrtiv faUfA; Ji'ite Umt the Christmas visit of Mr. hi ^.iKugel man, herbal pMolltionc)-, & lib* 'c?' week, for he has takenj hPi.vfjvuil full page advertisement to 'dr3& jijieulicn to .the fact. . i ; \ \ i Old friends of the Sriq'ii^'Sfainilj will regret to leara of- ti;\i \; ?*?'?? i!i Brisbane on Monday! afterript cir -!r. George BrinWey Jnr. ;\H.k \ is for a number of years a. resided 1-; Nain bour, but of late -.reside^ ? $y.n n:s daughter. Mrs. J. AVnphtl j'tjjti North Ami. Deceased was' over *?$ vj-ws or age, and came ont from Enji-J -) wtica 15 years old; bis parent.-?;; i *i b-.Us alive and residents --f Didi^U! i :. lie was a' cabinetmaker '6y tnft\ ?- id for several years waif enrpent}? -t the Moreton Central Mil!, 'iftc^iv; 's go ing in for the building i-*i$: The funeral took place In Bri^v i ? -jji Tuesday. .;; '

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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PINE POOL VOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

PINE POOL VOTING. Details of lhe voting on . the two questions submitted to the growers re specting the projects for the formation of pineapple pool boards In South Queensland, which, were rejectct. wnro made available at the Depart ment of Agriculture and Slock. On the first question: 'Are you In favour of a pineapple board for all pineapples* the district voting was as follows:— Woombye. Yes 30, No. 126, Palm woods. 48 nnd 31; Beerburrum, K--5 and 48; Cleveland 52 and 115; Brls bane and other districts, 33 and C2. Totals: For 329. against 385. Majority ngainst Uie formation of a Board. 5C. The affirmative and negative votes east In respect of this board represented tho following acre-age: — Woombyo dis trict, Yes, l'0. No. 644; PalmwootK 201 and 163; Bcerburrum, 882 and 214: Cleveland 227 and 733: Brls ?bane 140 and 300. The totals were.: Yes, 1620 acres; No., 2054'acres. Thp votes cast tn respect of (jues tloa Xo. 3: 'If not tn favour of No. 1. an' you In favour of n board for sm...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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JUNIOR EXAMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

JUNIOR EXAMINATION. The «Toowoomba 'Chronicle' Ie justifiably crowing on behalf or the local Grammar School, because of (!ie I ^vr.ellcnt results achieved In the Junior - Examinations held under the auspices of the Queensland University In Oct ober. This is what the paper lias to say: . ^ We have examined the results of Uie Jun'or examination published on Saturday and our scrutiny suggests Hint In both llie number and, quality of ttio DSBReB the Toowoomba Gram mnr School (Mr. G. P. Barhour, Ticad inaster) may reasonably claim to hend the list. Tn numbers the Brisbane Grammar Scho'ol'B 40, alone among the boys' schools of the State Is higher limn Toriwoomha's 34. Atid the Bris bane Grammar School has over 500 boys, or three times as many as Too woomba. Of all who entered, some CO per c.imt. passed. The percentage from Hie T.G.S. was 80, and 1921 was a good 'year for the school, but 192? tsuKlly surpassed it, as this comparison will show: — Number of entrants. — 1921, 39: pusses 20, 1...

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