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WITTA v. KENI[?]WORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

WITTA V. liENh |W- )RTH. Will:i and Kenilwffll i ? I ?- veil a maii-li on the Wllta wirkju: oi Sn :unlay nth insl., Kcnllworlh Wi^ini ?'- : ^ood ^aiiio liy throe wickets. I ! : FCOHES:— i ' I : WitU 1st Innings': -m E. Cox 1). .1. l'oiir''-' i ? 3 II. Gilclirlst c. N. 'AinS'ii J. Peiirc, .. .. !*!. 2 ? jl B. NoVbling c. N. 'M 'pi'ii Si. .1. Pc.'ircc . . . .; :.i; 5 ? I \V. Hall c. .1. lVurfcu lilN. MV.inn 0 S. Vandrdke e. yUird£\ -. .1. l'eiircc . . . . '. ; i ? 6 F. Hiordan c. .1. l^cMrtg l- N. M'Ginn .. .1 ..'? ? ?'? J. Bobrrmoin 1). J|. ;Pl-gri'i .... 1 N. Tojsch c. lliissall; \\.£-. MTiinn 1 T. Donovan not ojil .1 ? 3 A. Brooker b. J. lfeariff ? ?» H. Coolie b. .1. Plrarv'rit ? 0 Sundries . . i . ' ', 4 . .... :; i .2 ? Tolnl ..!..! ? 25 Howling for Kpilwiflli .1. Pearce 7 for lf-, N. M'tV-ph :i|f.)i o. Konliworth 1st il-ini|.'s — J. Po.ircc c. Vaodri-iif' '. Ball 7 G. Hassall li. T»!scli 5 . ... 14 II. Marshall l.H.w.; b. ;5,i' up . . ?- M. M'Ginn c. Di.n.U::m E- ulhlinh' 2 *. ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

I nlo n£pSL Era ruciyi Burreli's Sufe&Visiojn. ? Ulj -: RIGHT IN THE HEART (|-f ;fK V-f JOUR. : 27 Beautiful Business sjnd* Residential Sites. tl\'i I ... . ? ;_ ' S i ' * To b» told by Public Auction on he Oj-oimXi, -.cmmenclng at] 2 p.m. ; , ; ; This Saturday, \$fp ?h 24t!u\ h There 1s no better speculation than to si'.'v* ''.-k in tin; |fiourisWns ?? Township of NAMBOUH. - ? 8 ' i : In»le»d of placing money in the Sivfas., ^'?li1: ''r your diiliirJn. place it ' Into'an allotment which will grow into valtir «i«Si n.es as rjuicklf. ; 1 It 18 nol a speculation but absolute'? » l'ir-',ni-^ !-roj-osilion nn-5 certain to grow Into grcnl value. * j ; ? if ) . . ? j THETEIIMS AltE EASY—ALMOST j.\-p|-N : CAN Bl-'Y! | * Buildings are going up in all AirwlUmi, .jniri|- '?? blocks are surrounded toy Uie best - \ t } Bf sure and attend thin Sale nnri --:1 oijr; -i-if !, ???; blocks. I : L1TH0S ON APPLICATION' TO tIiB .lil«: lO.NKEI'.S. j . *' ?: ? h~! i THORNTON & MjJ$| lGR, j...

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The Turf NAMBOUR TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

The iTJjJ-f NAMGOUR lTl-Kr :LUB. Tisc Easter me* .fha-jf .' .: Nanil.our Turf Club will t&l »;[.!»-. 3 the N«n bour course on 5 ?,ij,--|eS. 'tarch 31st, pi 1 ihe ..first race sUrtinc at 2.15 p.m. I Therb are six events on the programme, land the total prize money Is £25/10/-. j The' nominations for all erenU must ? he iii the hands of the secretary (Mr. {«.:. M. Smith) to-aiy (Friday), at t G p.91.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

'THE LIQUOR ACT OF 1812.' (Section 76.). In the Licensing Court of the Licens ing District of Nambour in the State of Queensland. TO ALL WH0M~IT~MAY CONCERN. WHEREAS lipon the personal appUca f lion of ; PATRICK BRERETON, it has been njsde to appear'1 to me, the J undersigned;' ^constituting the Licensing \ Court in the Licensing District of Nam bour acting under 'The Liquor Act of 1918.' that the said Patrick Brereton by excessive drinking of liquor, mis spends his estate (and greatly Injures his health), 1 do by this my Order forbid any licensed person to sell to the saJd Patrick Brerelon any liquor for the period of one year from the date hereof. ???; Given under my. hand at Nambour this Nineteenth day of March 1923. . ? _- ': S. L. STORMONTH J. P. 0HEftJ»~-BEfAID~ADVEMT18EMEWT«. AaverU8erfltnls- under this heading may Include^ Situations Wanted or Vacant, Artlctes for Sale or Hire or Ex change, Houses to Let or for Sale, Lost and Found, etc. The charge Is II- for 1 insertion up ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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YANDINA RACES. SATURDAY'S HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

YANDINA RACES. I SATURDAY'S HANDICAPS. T^'e following weights have been ap plicu to nomination for the Yandina Tur* Club's meeting on Saturday next .'Mnfch 21th).— Publican's Purse: Barcelona 10.12. First Sight 10.12, San Pan 10.12. Lady Fl'liT 0.9. Havelock 9.0, Fighting Oilmen 8.S, Melrose 8.0. Second Class Hack Race: Veneer 9.0, P.ronzewinc 8.12, Usmore 8.7, J. L. 'late M.B.) 8.0, Aristocrat 8.0, All nine 7.7, Barney 7.7. : Fourth Class Hack Race: Olga 9.0. '? Gypsy Girl 8.G, Piscardo 8.4, Tango S.i Glaxo 8.3, Queen Comedy 8.0, Poory Boy 8.0, Miss Eva 8.0, Myort 8.0, AH ! Blue' 7.7. i Yandina Handicap: Barcelona 10.0, !San Pan 10.0. Havelock 8.7, Fighting Qnotfl 7.12, Melrose 7.10, Gold Tip ! 7.7. ' : Bridle Race : Oiga 9.0, Gypsy Girl 8.0 [Piscardo 8.4, Tango 8.4, Glaso S.4, ?Queen Comedy 8.0, Poorboy 8.0. Miss [ Eva £.0, Myort 8.0, All Blue 7.7 Yarra jwnnija 7.0. I Welter Handicap.: First Sight 11.0, |San Pan 11.0, Lady Fisher 9.10, Have ;iot-k P.O. Fighting Queen 8:5.--Gold Ti...

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Soccer. NORTH COAST ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

I Soccer. NORTH COAST ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. Tljc annual meeting of the above Association was held on Saturday even ing list, at Geddes Cafe. Mr. C. Gos lifiir presided, and representatives from iiio jast season's affiliated clubs were aip'siint. Minutes of the previous an nnl .'meeting and correspondence were rccei cd. A letter was ordered to go !p) M ?. W. Cox, Roma-street, Brisbane, ?pqii' sting him to represent the N.C.A. ?n 1!; e Queensland Soccer Association, ini! j'ciling him to ask the secretary «-f Hi! t body lo suggest a representative \ fu fher resolution was then carried hat he N.C.A. affiliate with the Q.S.A. \n account of £1/1/ was passed to H. Uarc'i (North Arm). The financial ^tnlelicnt was accepted as read, f ELECTION OF OFFICERS. President, Mr. C. Gosling; secretary lr. Ifgerlon (Palmwoods). Delegates iippoijitcd from each club were author scl to comprise the executive com nitlcj-. Authority was given the prn ^idi'.ni and secretary to sign cheaues on :|eiial{...

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SOCCER TEAM FORMED IN NAMBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

(SOCCER TEAM FORMED IN NAMBOUR. V The meeting to establish a soccer football lenm for Namhoui1, held 'at Jiie (jomemrrial Hotel on WolnesOsy ivi'iiing lasl. was not as well attended fs if. was hoped for, though thoso frpsHit. presided over by Mr. S. .?. ilobs-ji,. succeeded in forminc a clu!-. i ron'itiiittcp was elected, and it rnra Sriseij the followincr gentlemen: Mes ?jrs. ?L .T. Hobson, B. Bycroft, C. Gop fug. k. Wells, W. Hitchings. Mr. K. fVclls: carries on the duties of actins ieorojary. to whom Intending members Sre requested to apply for particulars. )'li.- Sifllliation with Ihe North Coast foci'or Asoclalion was ajrroed on. and i letter w;is onlereil to go to '.»ie se? »etarij Show Ground Trustees seeking flif ijee of- the grounds. A vote of ^lianlf; to the chairman concluded the Jneelijig. ! . j ? i Mr) G. Gosling, who is an ardent Jupp'Jrler of Soccer football, holds out 'i-'ivKt! hopes for the success of this j.\im-:t)n the district. He has had a SitMl tof experience i...

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Tennis. Nambour Lawn Tennis Association. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

Tennis. Nambonr Lawn Tennis Association. I Tii i semi-flnais were played last Sat «:r1.i\i afternoon in the Single Cham I'l'-n-slps of the above Association, and j f'su!l-il as follows: — i His- pickrr beat Miss Edmonton 6-i, i |.!i?s ilKrtfin Perron beat Mrs. Edmon i tfon 7-5. 0-2. i. liij.dall beat J. Parker 6-4. 6-4. \. -t.|rniAnth beat L. Day 6-0, 6-4. I Tl.'t finals will be played on Saiw *'.:?-? iii'Xt on Glenlorne court, between i |- .stjrmonlh and J. Randall, and Mibs 1 liirtiu Perren and Miss D. Tucker. { li'iits will commence play at 2 p.m. j \h' pedals will be presented that af- ? jTnor'n by the patron, Mr. Oliver Col- 1 lns- i I Mr.j \ictor Nish, hon. secretary of j 1 I the Nambour Lawn Tennis Association has received notification from Mr. St. John, the hon. secretary of the Queens land Lawn Tennis Association, that the . Australasian Davis Cup Champions (. G. L. Patterson, J. B. Hawkes and Rod Heath, all of Victoria, will play exhibi tion matches In Brisbane (singles an...

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Correspondence. LANDSBOROUGH MEMORIAL PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

, Correspondence. LAND3BOROUGH MEMORIAL PARK. To Hie Editor '?Chronicle.' Nambour. Sir. In writing this letter 1 have not the slightest intention of being personal. Your readers will pardon me for open ing up a question that grieves me, and if the Landsbarough Council think I am ?oing over the mark, I have no in tontion of wounding their feelings. As an ex-councillor I am beyond bein? wounded. I am now going to break it gen'.ly to then, and in my opinion theirs is the worst attempt of any Council I know of in connection with a Memorial Park. Here we have a fine site, and I can say with Cecil Rhoades, 'So much to do. and so little done.' I made careful inspection of this Park and the Council gave me their best thanks for my advice. ? -They passed s resolution for the carrying out of all I suggested, and instructed their then overseer to draw up plans and U-ke levels, as I advisod. This was never done. Why? I was the me.ms r-f get ting two lots of trees fr^s of cost, save perhaps rail...

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Straight Talk. YANDINA DEPUTATION. "NO MONEY FOR SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

Straight Talk. YANDINA DEPUTATION. 'NO MONEY FOR SCHOOLS. At a deputation on Thursday last lo the Minister for Public Instruction (Mr. Iluxham), it was elicited for the fortieth time at least , that 'there is no money', for new schools, or for ex tensions to existing schools. Tim deputation headed by Messrs. John MacNab (Maroochy Shire Council). C. D. Edwards (president, Yandina Pro gress Association), and W. .1. Me Fad den, Yandina: anil it sought a much necded enlargement of the school at that township. But the deputation, did not get a very cordial reception, and finally, it had to come empty away. Although it made out a very good caso. the Minister took up a quite inflexible attitude, repeatedly asserting that 'there was no money for schools,'' until after the end of the financial year. Interviewed afterwards, some of the members of the deputation made no secret of their opinion that there never would be any 'money, for schools' in any Opposition stronghold — Yandtna is in the M...

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NAMBOUR MOTORISTS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

HAMBOUR MOTORIST8' ASSOCIA TION. The local Automobile Club, which goes by the name above, had a very pleasant outin? on Sunday afterncon {.March 11). accompanied by very ac commodatinc weather. The run was nol carried^ out In the usual strict manner that I? the rule with auto. club?, the meeting ior me sum uu. beimr insisted on. This led to a certain loo.senp*? or control, and irregularity of arrival ant', departure. Instead of th* ordinary procession effect on such occa=!on=. Thecars numbered a dozen nr so, and the bulk of them left the Town Hall at about 2.30. and arrived at the Kureelpa Falls reserve in about thrte quarters of an hour. The out ward journey was accompanied with an unusual clearness of view from the front cf the range, but no one delayed on this acount till on the return jour ney when the approaching dusk made the 'view less distinct: At the reserve is an open forest pocket, and the party would have done well to take Mr. R. AVhitecross as guide, he being quite at h...

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DISSIPATED FORTUNES. SOME GREAT SPENDTHRIFTS. £2,000,000 IN FOUR YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

DISSIPATED FORTUNES. SOME GREAT SPENDTHRIFTS. £2,000,000 IN FOUR YEARS Handsome Jack Cudahy, win -?ought his life to an untimely end at Los Angeles some time aso, deserves ??« place among the world's greatest spendthrifts. ms father was one of the original Cudahy's who were poor Irish butchers half a century ago. They oined the Armours in the tinned meat business in Chicago and made millions. vwien jacfc Uuhady died he left £1: ?iOO.OOO. Out of this, by his will, tlij millionaire left to Handsome Jack only £2,000, but as a result of a lawsuit, he succeeded in securing a one-seventh interest in the estate. tine hundred thousand pounds were paid outright and the rest held in trust Tor his children. In ten years every penny of this fortune had been squandered, and he -l!.it himself after failing to negotiate a loan of £2000. John W. Steele, known for many years as 'Coal Oil Johnny,' was an other notorious spendrift. In early life lie was a poor farmer in Pennsyl vania, but one day an o...

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Government Commissioner on Prohibition. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

Government Commissioner on Prohibition. Mr. 11. W. Bowi-y. who was an hon orary commissioner of the South Aus tralian Citiverument to enquire into the Prohibition laws of the United States. Mas submitted his report which overs the hUtorv and iK-veloninent nf Pro hibition in 'the I'niU'd States. He stress es the f.u-t that the enactment of a ?I'listiluti'.nal amendment and an en forcement ci.de was the orderly cul mination of a movement that was start ed many years a;ro. His report slates U;at the late wet centres such as New Yurk. San Francisco, Philadelphia and ftiicago are still as w»t as they dare be. Vr.it even in these cities th^re has been i remarkable reduction of crime, drunkt-nncss and poverty. ''One of the greatest benefits of Prohibition,' he continues, 'has besa its effect uiion the health of th» peo ple. Tho death-rate in the Vnited States has fallen in the last three year* from ii.-i U. 12.3 per 1.000. which m.-anr a saving of at least 200,000 Uve- 4 year. Figures conc...

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ORCHARD NOTES FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

ORCHARD NOTES FOR MARCH. A ssoon as the weither is favourabl* all orchards, plantations, and vineyarfts that have been allowed to get soue what out of hand during the rainy season should be cleaned up, and tho ground brought into a good sUip of tilth so as to enable it to reU'n tbc necessary moisture for the proper de velopment of trees or plants. Ai tie wet season is frequently follovreci by dry autumn weather this atteiitioc t* important. Banana palntations must be kept free from weeds, and sucSerinc must, be rigorously carried out, as there J* not greater cause of injury to a banana plantation than neglect to cultivate. Good strong suckers will give gotxl bunches of fruit, whereas a lot or weeds overcrowded suckers wtK outy give small bunches of undersized fruit that is hard to dispose of. even at a low price. The cooler weather will tend to im prove the carryinc qualities of the fruit but care must stilt t-.e taken to see ts.it it is not allowed to become overde veloped before i...

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NORTHGATE PRIVATE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

NORTHGATE PRIVATE HOSPITAL. An excellently fitted and mod«-n private hospital has recently b^n com pleted in Saps.'.,rd St., Xorthcste. ? :.n tiieh around i-t close proximity to ;!ie railway -taiic-i:. The matron' of th n*w insHtutinr; is Miss Cr.nway \T -VA. 0-N-R.B^ who holds certiflci!? f--r both cene.-al and obstetie nur-in:r and who has h-*! ;l most valuable an-l o;;:uprvhepsive hospital esp^rienc-. T!ie n.-i.-.p;!.i! has been .specially con structed for accommodation of sonera'. and maternity case?, and waitinr pi tients from the country will find every convenience at their disposal. A:l doctors are in attendance at hospital. Those who desire to tret ink* quick communication with the matron can do so on the telephone. Albion 5395 The advt. appears in another cotana

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MORETON MILL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

MORETON MILL MEETING. To (In; Editor 'Chronicle.' Nambour. Sir.— Kindly permit .1 little space for a few notes on the chairman's address, 'circumstances wire such that they had to spend a big amount in mainten ance, particularly heavy in the case of tramway trucks' — again, 'in the last live years they had spent £4 i.000 in ex tensions to the mill and trams, and there was £12,000 to £15,000 to be added to that during the coming year.' This in addition lo £11051 .'lfi/9 (mill and buildings), tramways £30i'i.'/4/3, rolling stock fl8Si/3/C. depreciation mill and 1-uildings £2671/15 '0, iram ways £17C8/'i/5, total for maintenance £1657/4/8. depreciation fi-i.'Jit.'I'.t/ll. CanegrowcTs may be or may :u-t be content, but is It right that such a sum should be deducted as for main tenance oa an issued capita' of £v-.- 764 ? Who. I would like to know, pro vide? this, the primary producer or the shareholders? E9SS12/12/1 was dis tributed to farmers for growing the esne und?r exceptionally try...

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Cooroy. RAILWAY RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

- Cooroy. ? i RAILWAY RETURNS. i Following are the transactions for j the month of February; 1923c Tonnage, . (timber, fruit, etc.) 499 tons, received ? 163 tons: revenue, passengers £300. j parcels £156. Goods £335. Live J stock £9. total' £300. 1 WIDE BAY DAIRY CO. ! Out of a total of 541.036lbs. of butter manufactured by this company : for the month of February. Cooroy j branch was responsible for 153.0-UIb*. ! and pfad to suppliers the sum ot £12. ! 932/15/1, being at the rate of 1/6 for i first-class butter and 1/5 for second, i SHIRE MATTERS. | At the meeting of the Noosa Shir-? ? Council held last week the respective rate* struck were No. 1 Division, Oer eral rate ojtl. Kin Kin Bridce benefltel j area Jd, No. 2 General rate 5Jd. Po- I mnna town 3d., No. 3 General rate 1 r-»il. A loan rate for all three divisions ? was fixed at -}d. Two tenders were re ceived for .i culvert on CooroyEumun di road. C. W. Holden £112. ami D. Knowles £3S. Neither tender was ac cepted, the existin...

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Coolum. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

Coolum. A most enjoyable and successful social was held at the hall on tho evening of St. Patrick's day , la honor of Miss E. M. Chapman (School of Arts secretary), who has held the rosition and done it every justice for the past five years. Dancing com menced about 8 p.m. and continued until midnight, with an interval for re freshments. Mr. A. J. White (Chair man of the School of Arts) spoke of the untiring energy of our guest, not only in keeping the School of Arts books balanced, but in whole-hearted work in anything for the advancement and benefit of Coolum. Mr. A. E. Short as a previous chairman, was called on, and in endorsing the previous speaker's remarks, stressed the point that the time was ripe when a united effort should be made to p.iy the debt off on the hall and enlarge same to accommodate the ever increasing crowd of dancers. Mr. \V. H. Perry-Kecne replied on behalf of Miss Chapman, after which dancing continued. P.OAD BIPROVEMENTS. We are pleased indeed to learn tha...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

;:. MARRM0B. . WEIR— SOMMER.— At Ihe Metho-llst Churrib. JJ&mbour, on the 8lh Mtrcr,, 1923, James Wllllim Weir. ^AMiaUtnt SUtlon Muter, Yandlnn, second son of Mrs. Weir, Mary boroufti, to Hilda Adelaide, young esl dtiichter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Sopimer, 9th Avenue. Coorpa roo. formerly of Yandina. Rev. Maleo|m, of Nambour, officiated. Z TtnTKEMORIAM. COLLESS.-r-In sad but loving mem ory of nay dear father, E. Collcss, ?who -MP»xlcd this Ufe on tho 191b. Marcli; 1922. One year has passed since that sad day ', . vt When the one we loved was called m ^ «way; f ! The end v.%6 sudden .the shock severe. k^ We little tteought the end was near. Inserted $y his loving daughter and son-in-law, jAda. and Jim Ackerman. In miemoriam: COLLESS.— jln fond and loving mem ory of.py dear husband and our father, : Edwin Collcss, who de parted this Ufe on March 18th, iSi3. :| - He bore his pain, and bore it -well For what he suffered, none can tell; Peacefully sleeping, resting at last. Life's ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

C#f|;r | i -'?? ?? : l^jElpDK ABpOIjtBERS. Tie only' !&-?$; . bsorbers fo| FOIJU) CARS, fully embodying the CANTILEl^R lie , which is ijnivcpally recognised on the most efficient style djf 5p*n& Suspension.; | They prdvjdejja omplete Dotible |5pring system, adding 22 ins. front and 26 ^ncfrgM :ar of extra; spring action. They are |S!EjM{' I - APPEARAI-'CE.f eliminate jars and vibration, hold the body |stea|y, snub the re|»ur$, steady the stearing, give underslung actjdty ^av tyres, up-k£ep, [reduce mechanical trouble, and pay for tHjsmi'cfeve in a short |nne.f Prick '? jSaf set, £6/|t5/f ? See th^hiftt&dl on our Carspat he The Mr rbour jM|tor Garage a|d! Hngine|ri|g Works. Sole District ^jgeijtlfo FORD CASS. iTactors, Trucks. ES^EX, \UR, HUDSON jCARfc Wj§ Vftlialley, i|,;j :(A M 13 O;U R . ; Fp| a IARANTEED S3EPAH! SERVICE. |'pci:|Jcvi 1 5/ii [ji 1^ n to w ii sn s! $ i* ' U 1 lu|f|Pllk5i jj doz. ytis. u Thcjac n*t.V»is are In plak, s»xe, sfcv, heli-J. /Ml* nf...

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