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

::'j. Fruit Far «hf J|| juderijiioj, . FOR PUBLIC AJ[|iS[ON SAfJSJj BUDHUH, SATURDAY, MM}$f| llrt, at 2 ]pj| i- ? ' ' ,' , I'? ! i j * * ?'? That Property known as S. Tfceodtnfv;! titii) ii fr.»rn tram ljr.-iiMis, eon Ulning an »rta of 38 seres. Improves a« ffr 1st of r, acres uprt.-rj jianaaas. 4 of which are In profit, 2 acrrs yoang etav^hf) profit, ij acrj;s pn,eapples In profit, good citrus or banana country. -ic *;-£§-! oomed House *»d piitbolld * .inspection strongly Invited, as this ir *|f[? is gt.in? to bc«soM.-j ?I * 'inlhe event of the Farm not sellinc, ttmJfSj; e will b.; sold- for ?wmoval. Q U palatial residence, built of the -very lujsii-tf £1 iber, and jiraciicallia new. I -'o reasonable offer refused for elth«j K-ffr V or house. j - - Also' at the same time and place, wliMts-CJt « properly isjsoW.jor not, We will submit:— ,, j h *\ J ? ? [ i; i; WERTHEIM PIANO. pracUcally new, f-r 1;}; ipi-£-; a few mouths... Jit is a splendid Instrument, and we are solng to iMl!j.;3j...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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PIG RAISING. THE BENEFIT OF SKIM MILK IN IN FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

PIQ (MtelNQ. T?K BENEFIT 6h SKOt MILK IN' ; I \ IN FJTEDINCJ. l' c,,nno| be toojifrefjuently polnfwf 'iii| U, th| plg-kfep.T (says 'N.Z. I'a/Mnnn';* thnt j|iln)-milk Is a very v.ilf.iiiin mjlor In ij'piir's rations. Pigs* f-ii| »n H.-ml; .sklm-jniilk In addition i:- thr.r px-iti rjtion un|iajly tin very m»c!l li-lif-r. R?.|-nt ??xwrlrnentH In fciidlnit .shcitv why ifie s-lil|{mn of »klm-inilk it s'i '? iIikiMoi Thir (-.ilnerat part of tho f'-e-.- ml\tur is IrnprovciV by the adill ! tif.it of ^»kl n-niil|i.j Wturro pvch s'- j smill n ;|i!f. ility as! ' 1 pnr cent, of tho r.il.jm N'sk ii-milk! tnnrn rapid growth ; !?* §-'-ssliilc Milk \-\n^ an abunrliirno : -.f JiliMiim jml phrfiphonis, which are , thijinain mmer.il cpnMlitiipnts of bou--, , an-!j li^iicef |vrnni(-?ii iroVvth of l^e Mkffton of ihe pleri '? -iilk add j betti'jrl protein or miiHcIe l.uljlln? m^turert |ti- tbn dint. It is no\| prdlyjwell f.-it.-jhllHhoii that two unltiown »|bHt.in-j|4 pall»d water-t'il- i ulilf ami fijt-...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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BREEDING THE DAIRY HERO. A MATTER CROSLEY PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

?SE^OIxta ttHS DAIRY HERO. i '' A JtvTJE't c Fist. fry PRur.nh*? It i* ??Hci $f*!eti thil a j/ur.3 brjpihr sv»* boj^S; ^rsth .1 fro«l bull -fid fr.vo jor uirttc .c'nws. and in lea yi-sr?. ii« :rrill navf i large herd of flna o.t:l-!. 8»j: hvT4|.i;hUirgemcnt is h«lu in cJibuX J-y ?-*.:££ common ccctireows »?.. Hie dejiih of ipvr? snd catves, ac c^ants; t|bortii--i*i,i' £ubercu!n!tf9, --lc. I Tjic Vw»t -|o.v ,-.ji| Dims do not &i«a}s j prtidpc: (&!?*» i^tiS am goort *nr-ueh j tnjjmprovtg thj tv^fJAPd most -?-.w* do not produaj cnoe.il! (icifers lo material. ifJ Ursr lerd b«h-fe they die or be come tifteju.'c tJNrr is ua oceosioul j .-??_*? lh.it i* extrsjhdly fsrtlle and that ; tf«'3 fnrAd a fimdy cr a herd. an«l ?urh c--wj an:.' Hifir work in fomoing a fieri! aj? ofli^i'held up as- aa j evim;»lt» 05 v.- tl a«y !-t -ion-» In raptdlr 1 buJMin* O a big ficrU from a small I foundation ii x1 ;? | Writing in a r^.h. ssue of Hoard's ??nairyner ' tho 'j^.|ncpil of ona o: I t^...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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SPIRITUALISM AND SLOGGETTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

SPIRITUALISM AND SLOGGETTISW. The Incomparable Sloggett and his mystic frolics will be apjpearing in the Town Hall. Nambour. on Tu-adav. April 3. By press accounts to hand tbis Company is well worth ?-in;j miles to see. Beinar Oriental, it is new to Australia, Mr 'Sioggett present? some of the most famous Indian Fakir Mysteries. As a foreteller of the future and spiritualist, he is eaui ing a sensation wherever he appears The company Is meeting with paclM-i halls all along the line.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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VALUE OF HORNLESS COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

valuc or komuw cows. Though the horns of oatttv nriy b« ' said to be ornaments' as well as wea pons, and sentiment may be on the side of retaining the, a a gnat deal is to be said on the other tide. The dehorned animals are worth t per ewt more live weight., They make better cattle when ma tured. They sre more contented. ? . They are more kindly* to one an- ] other. They doa ot produce ia other «ni- ' mis a nervous, restlesa t«perament by - inflicting injury, often severe, as tn«7 - do If wearing horns. They produce more milk, sinee thoy are free from fear of each ©then. ? Thuy produce mww beef -fly t!» ; ?Mine reason. ' ? i .Thee la la»» danger to the peopl« ] who have them 1 achwrge. Tbeb uli, wblctt;sonMlIm«».im».its keeper, cannot do so If uVftorntd. * j

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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BEERBURRUM PINEAPPLE CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

BEERBURRUM PINEAPPLE CROP. Up to Friday last the State Cannery had handled and canned no less tint 40,000 cases of pineapples from the Beerburrum soldiers' settlement. The consignments are arriving day by day, and the staff at the cannery is working at full pressure to cope with the rush; the records of one day's work being so heavy that it is understood to be an Australian record for a cannery. The Easter holidays will necessarily cause a break with the successful run. Work,' however, will be continued t!!l Thursday evening; and it is probabl-i that some urgent work might have !o. be done during the rolidays. The con signments this week will be heavier than can be -handled in the broken time, so the Commissioner for Trade hopes to obviate any resultant loss to tho soldier settlers by sending large quantities of the pines to the different. seaside resorts of other plases wh-'i-e they might be required. The Com missioner ;«xpects that he will have at Hast 2000 cases ava-iiible ft. . ...

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Football. NORTH COAST RUGBY LEAGUE ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

Football. NORTH COAST RUGBY LEAGUE ANNUAL AfEETING ? The annur.i meeting of flic N.C.H.r,. which bad been adjourned from March 9th was held at the Australian Hotel Yandina, 0:1 Friday last, March 22nd 1923. Representatives were pres--;U from Cooroy. Pomona, Cooran, Yandina. Nambour. and Woombye. In the ab sence OI .Mr. :100a, sir. t. J. .tiarryai was voted to the chair. On c-illinip for nominations for president 'or the ensuing year Mr. N. J. MacKinnon was the only nom'.iation, and w*s dcclarnj elected amldjl applause. Mr. W. II. G. Barnes (Coorny) was elected lion, secretary and treasurer, and Sfessrs. W. J. Cronln ami T. P. Veal were elected hon. auditors. Sir. W. J. Cronin submitted a scheme for the alteration of the existing rules to provide for an executive committee which shouid control '.he alTairs of the League, delegates meel'.ng !?? be held about every si\ weeks, instead of fortnightly, as In some years. The outline otlhe scheme met with genera! approval and a committee co...

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Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

Market Report. Messrs Barnes & Co. Ltd. report as follows on their Mies for the week ending Tuesday, 20th March, 1923.: — Produce: Maize suplies are mode rately heavy, and the market is very firm at prices quoted; pumpkins short supplies, big demand; sweet potatoes, not many forward, selling high rates; lucerne chaff scare, good demand; hay (wheaten) not much forward, good demand; wheaten straw chaff, litllt: coming to hand, selling well; lucern« hay short supplies, good demand; mix ed chaff, .supplies light, selling well; wheat plentiful fair demand Poultry: Fowis. supplies are heavy; demand poor, hard to quit; muscovy ducks, large supplies, dull of sale; Eng lish ducks plentiful, poor demand; tur key hens plentiful, market dull; turkey gobblers arriving in larg* quantities, difficult to quit,' prices low; pigeons plentiful, dull of sale; geese plentiful, hard to quit. Eggs: Guaranteed special large lot forward, good demand; Farmer'3 special, plentiful, selling read ily; or...

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SUGAR PRICES. SPECULATORS BLAMED. Melbourne, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

SUGAR PRICES. SPECULATORS BLAMED. Melbourne. March 13. Information has been received to the effect that the hardening price of sugar in the world's markets is tiue to the operations of brokers and spec ulators. Within the last month a sharp rise has occurred in the price of Java, Mauritius, and Cuban sugar, and it is suggested that if this new world price were ' maintained, an in creased duty of £2 per ton would be sufficient protection for Australia. But, of course, conditions are unsUil-ie, and there axe vindications that th* sugar interests in Queensland shortly will bring: pressure to bear on the Government and its supporters to ob tain an increase in the sugar duties, which were fixed by the last Parlia ment at £9/6/8 per ton raw, and £22/6/8 refined. It is stated with authority that an extra £2 per ton duty all round would give the neces sary protection, and enable sugar to be retailed to Australian consumers at 4Jd. per 1b. while allowing a very satisfactory return to growers...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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The Turf. SUCCESSFUL RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

The Turf. SUCCESSFUL RACE MEETING. The attendance at the race meeting on Saturday last was excellent, the weather fine, and the racing good. Six bookmakers operated, and assisted to the general revenue which should show a good profit. Results: — PUBLICAN'S PURSE, 6 furlongs. — Fighting Queen (E. Herdegen) 1; Havelock (Jamieson) 2. Lady Pisher (W. Alford) 3. Betting 6 to 4 v the winner. Time 1.18J. SECOND CLASS HACKS.— Veneer (C. Grayson) 1; LIsmore (E. Herde gen) 2; Aristocrat (S. Kelly) 3. Bet ting: Even money the winner. Time 1.61. FOURTH CLASS HACKS.— Queen Comedy. 1 : Tango, 2. Betting: Even money the winner. Time 1.7 YANDINA HANDICAP. 1 mile.— Barcelona (L. Kelly) 1; Melrose (L. Jamieson), 2. Gold Tip (E. uuymer; 3: Betting: 2 to 1 on the winner. Time. 1.47J BRIDLE RACE, 5 furlongs. — Gypsy Girl (K. Crofts) 1: Glaxo (C. Guy mcr), 2; Myora (E. Guymer)3. Betting 4 to 1 onn the winner. Time 1.7 J. WELTER HANDICAP.— Gold Tip (E. Guymer) 1; Havelock (L. Jamie son) 2: Lady Fisher 3. ...

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DISEASES IN PLANTS—NEW REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

DISEASES IN PLANTS — NEW REGULATIONS. Three new regulations have be^n added to theexistine regulations under 'The Diseases In Plants Act of 1916.' — Regulation T-2 stipulates that no owner (or agent) of an orchard shall permit any fruit, whether diseased or not, to be on the jrround. He Is re quired to gather all fruit that m.iy drop on the ground and destroy sued of that fruit that may bo diseased by submitting it to the process of boiling or as otherwise Instructed by nn in spector under this Act. Regulation S3 deals with the codlln moth of pip fruit, .ind requires that orchards In which codlin rnoth Is present shall be spray ed with an approved brand of arsen ntc of lead. The first spaying to b-» civen when the petal* are falling from the llowers. and. If deemed necessary a second and third spraying shall .be given at intervals not exceeding three weeks from thetime of the first ap plication. The first regulation also deals with the codlln moth and Im poses upon the orchardist gr...

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STATE GENERAL ELECTIONS. DATES OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

STATE GENERAL ELECTIONS. DATES OF EVENTS. ?2th April: Parliament to be dis solved. 13th April: Writs to be issued. 20th April: Nominations close. 11th May: Polling Day. 23ro June: Writs returnable.

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Cricket. NORTH COAST v. BLACKALL RANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

Cricket. NORTH COAST v. BLACKALL RANGE. The following team will reprisent North Coast Cricket Association In » match against Blackall Rang.? (com bined) on the .Nambour wicket »n Easter Monday next: — V. While tc-pt) A. Kuskopf, V. Crust, P. Pringle. P. Pringle, V. Nash, W. Walsh, W. Per ren M. Sweetnam, W. Robins-.a, M. Cobb. Emergencies: J. Peak, R. Pringle, E. Perren.

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SIR GEORGE PAISH ON PROHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

SIR GEORGE PAISH ON PROHIBITION. Sir Georje Paish, the noted British economist, recently stated in the 'New York Times' that, 'Prohibition is an economic question. There are two reasons for this.' he said. 'First, we must admit that the working classes will command, from now on. a greater share of the world's goods than they have been cutting before. Secondly, the difficulty of securing capital from capital will be eiceedinsly difilcult be cause of the taxes and fear of the future. Tterefore. unless the work ififf classts zoaks saving aad prsTids capital, world business will be at standstill. He added that if the eighteenth amendment proved' successful here, j Great Britain would have- Prohibition ! in a few years. He said fu-SSer that j if such a law were passed to England it would be obeyed, as the British stand for law above everything.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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SPORTING. Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

SPORTING. Tennis. The second annual meeting nf the Nambour Presbyterian Crturch Ten nis Club was held on tne 27Ui of March, Mr. R. Whit-ic.-o-'? occupied the chair.- A considerable amount of business was transacted. The bal ance sheet of the club showed a substantial credit balance for last yrar. The following officers were eletcf-d for the ensuing year. President, R. Whitecress; captain, II. W. 3railh; vice-captain. Mrs. Mondienti; see., Mr. H. Scott; treasurer. Miss G. Smith: committee, Miss Buist, Messrs A. Black, A. Whitecros3. ?

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Hunting Out the Through Road. MOOLOOLAH-EUDLO SECTION. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

Hooting Ont the Throngh Road. MOOLOOLAH-EUDLO SECTION. (Contributed). On Saturday la.-; a -mail pirty of members of thf- Nambour Motorists' Association carried out a useful inspec tion of another piece of tin Jeshvd new route for the through road from Brisbane. Two cars on'y worf used, Mr. W. Whalley taking hi bi« 'Es- sex' Messrs. .7. S. Lanham ami A. \V. Thvnne. and Mr. A M Aaltr.'on. IS* Maroochy Shire Eneineer: white Mr. T. Cheetham took with him 'n his two seater 'Studey' Messrs. E. U. Fox and Sir. W. B. Potts, Maroochy Sfciro Over seer. A departure from Nambour was made shortly after 1 p.m.. and from Palmwonds to Eudlo thencw ro.iij close to the railway line was followed and found passable. The worst spot was at a culvert on both sides of which the soft road had washed. out. leaving- a hole on the Palmwoods side full of watT and of uncertain depth. As % motor track was seen comine through it. a 'dive' was taken, and proved nnty shallow. If a small drain -were ilujr eastward, a...

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Woombye. SHOW PREPARATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 30 March 1923

Woombye. SHOW PREPARATIONS. t!At the Show committee meeting last Saturday, several interesting proposi I iins were made, and judging from ifycscnt indications the show promises tq surpass even the previous efforts. } PINES. iThe summer crop of pines In now ni*aring its end and cleaning operations aije .In full swing. Up to last Saturday. 2(5,000 cases of factory pines were dwpatchea from Woombye and, grow erfc are congratulating themselves and Mr. K. E. McNall on the way the crop whs handled. This out-put which is mjdltlonal to Sydney and Melbourne leadings, requires extremely *. careful h.-jndling to avoid delay and conse quent loss, and it is therefore pleasing Ui know there has not been a single , hitch. The fruit has been of the highest quality throughout, being per f«ifct from the canning point of view and nrj excellent pack should result. (Pino Loadings: Sydney 625 cases: Mimourne 3560 (factory 38), March l!{lh to 24th. I CITRUS. [Some of the local orange orchards art; now bei...

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

Nttsc Adams' Private Hospital, - . «taud 5U, ttambour, i 'Photic 45. : ; NURSE (Mrs.). ADAMS, A.T.N.A. Certificate* of Loo --.a Obstetrical Society. Clapofus Maternity - Hotpltel ; Jad Genu-.il ? ilidwlve»* Board. London. None (Mrs.) Bsaojtng CartMeaW KMwlfe. tu acquired tbe Besldence of Mr. I. D. Murtagh, Blackall Terrace. UAMBOUR. ** as a Hospital, and will continue to reoaire patients a* previously. 'Davenport' Private Hospital, KCNILWORTH ROAD, EUMUftDI. Those Mo. ii. HUIMC POLE-HORE Hospital Trained Nurse. iSta'/9 Registered. ~ AlfRED CRQFI2, M.P.S., 'bAroiatwutteaj ctt«mltt Pfcotographlo Depot, h/imbour. AU pnotograshlo ' Goods at list prloea tor cash. F. WIMMER, Soft Drink and Cordial Manufacturer. Maker of all Mima of Soft Drinks and Cordials. THE TRADE SUPPLIED. ' Wlnnw.iat prize for Cordials : ?-, Rational Show, 1922. MX STREET. NAMBOUR. ( ? \__ IL A. DONALD, CoacBbuQder, Wheelwright,. General Blacksmith. tKodng. Repair*. Painting. Moderate Prises. A Trial Solicited. Any c...

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

, ? ? , 4 t * i pt ,. .. ? ? --—^ ? „ ? YOUR- I ;;| I i iEaster Holidays! - ' ? '? ? - i M -: ' i WILL KIEVER BE FORGOTTEN F YOU I , I ?. ?;? :.'j |l Take a KODAK with yb$| | { It will pro»» lUelf to bo your bEST holiday. liiipch I \ ? BEST, because IU Uto of happy pictures makoi ia*r i oiiday 1 ? last forever. . j :'.;3 | ?; _., . _ - ^ ,..j» ,| j VV£ HAVE A NICE RANGE OF SIZES IN BOTH Kdwyfo AND 1 . ' ' BROWNIES. I i); ! '-j jj - PRICES 1 1/3. 14/6. 19/6, 25/-. 42A i|i|. ^7/6.' j ? ' ? ALSO— =- j \\\ \ I . ? - ? If -f 1 ' LARGE 8TOCK8 OF KODAK FILMS, METAL fS5l£-D|3, SELF TAKERS, AND ALL KINDS OF PRINTING PATERA *ND DE VELOPERS. - j|!- i j ? MAKE ENQUIRIES TO-DAY - — j-L|. .' ) : . j J j Cosy SSipp6|^. | Noj for many years have we been eble to show suqhf tJ^uUful Slippers \ tt anything like the price of these new onos. '( f. * j j . They're made of splendid quality felts and have sdlif.sbuf: very pliable leather soles, and are finished off perefectly, In keeping v&b tthelr...

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

Bartholomew & Cary, : SA.VMILLERS, &O. *U. 80KTS OF fctnLDlNQ SIZES In Saosoasd fj*nU«r«, rough and tirecsed. Atw Door*, S&sJtes, Kouidinoa, «tuU e*»es, Ac, 40. LOWEST PRICES. Urd«nt }o«dftd oo. railway truck* free ; of charge ? W'OOMBYE, H.C.L. TOONS*. NAMBOUR BAKERY CURRW STREET, WUttOUB. WHOLEMEAL BREAD ' - Bunt* Cumm ami SutUns Im*«*- i PASTRY WtOJALS. DAILY: - Jam Tarts, Sausase Rolls. 3eone«. ? Cream Puffs. Rulnfiow and other eake*. ; Swolal* an« Ptcnta Partis* ectortd ; ; A. D. CLOAN, [ CUte OLIVER COLLISS) i * proprietor. 1

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