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ORCHARD NOTES FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

;ORCHARD NOTES JrOR APRIL. 6i l!i|; orchard notes for March the atlintion of citrus growers was called to jtln; necessity of their taking lhi« (-TcafuRt possible care in the gatli origir. handling, sweating, grading and piifskirifr of the cominp crop of fruit. as the rqturns for the labour expended in £hf upkeep of their orchards wilt | dPijend ynllrely on the condition In wl-joli Hie fruit reaches the market. I Miiiiy growers fail to realise the very inigfirlnnt fact that the success of frii'tgruJTinK does not depend merely on the proper working and management of Ulio orchard, so essential for the production of a good crop of high-class fruit, hut that the manner in which the fruit is handled and placed on the market is. of even greater Importance. In .Jin branch of fruit culture Is this mii'e evident than in the case of citrus fruits, as no fruit pays better for the ex!?a care and attention necessary' to en;;j-H' it to be marketed In the best po?i;l!-lo ; condition. Every season t...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FARM AND GARDEN NOTES FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

FARM AND GARDEN NOTES FOR APRIL. Field. — Those areas already lying In follow for subsequent sowing, with wheat should be kept In good tilth, uslnp field Implement that have .1 stirring effect In preference to thoso which tend to reverse tho surface soil. The surface should never be al loweu to cage: consequently an showers must be followed by cultiva tion, an soon as conditions will per mit of teams and implements wnrk Ine freely. Early fodder crops, such as barley (skinless or Cape) and certain varie ties of wheat may be sown curing April. In those areas where seasonable rainfall permitted the planting ot potatoes these should now bt show ing good growth and must be kept fnve from all weed growth by means of the scuttle. If 3UfflcentIy advanced and any doubt existes as lo the pre valence of hlieht, advantage should be taken of line weather to give a second spraying of 'burgundy mix ture.' a cnlm and somewhat cloudy day being chosen If possible for the sprayine. Where land has been...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

:Frui^JFs|i:il|^i f ; .EARING-OUT SALE,j j$|jpERIMf.. JIS SATURDAY, APRIL 7th, ^j|pk Sharp.] Fruit Farm known as H. H. Luckocb's. oh I jJljl l&dsborough f.oad, pom Buderim Tram Terminus, containing :\ti n: |5j 'it f 5G acres, togelh -roomed house, 21 acres under bananas] '.OijgHfus trees, 20 feres ir paddock, 7 acres cleared. I ' '? Si i 'i 1 ' instructions arc to sell on the nominal ote(».'jB'-i '1250, and tbsnai- . r terms. ? M ' If ' ?' i '? particulars from the Auctioneers, or Vac. ovM'-U H; H. Luclcocfcjj j ' - Boderirn. : i : 1 Is I ' ? '? i ? -! if Silt I ?( at the same time and place will sell to the! ?S| ?»t bidder. 3. ; | M.D FURNITURE A EFFECTS, FARM I ft! PL |f f ?ITS, TOOLS; : j JERSEY COW, JERSEY HE^FEF ?; ' '.. \ ? . . ' ? : ! ::} \\'\ \ ? ember the date, This Saturday, April TtH. i ,Tfj}*L£ P-nt. - Plaoo: On the Farm, Landsborough fiowl, f?|U tERIM. . j j THORNTON & Wtf||| Uh, j AL PROPERTY SALESMEN, I » ! ! lU AMBOUR. -* _._,__ ? U4L||jJ| ? »« — I — ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

I: ?''*£. Cainptell-Wilson, ! 'l[i*'' v .'. ' Dental Surgeon. ? ij- s^ .'^.Nett Commerciai Bank, i | ''''*'' NAMBOUR. ? ii '/ ConiutUUon Hour* — ? 1 ' 9 a-tn. till 6.30 pjn. daily. : VKMBS ' ' ' . ' I tVOOMBYtifiit iod 3rd Tuesday. ; MLMWOODS, 2nd and 4tn Thursday.; f TANDINA, lal and 3rd Wednesdayf- : I SOOROY. ini! and 4lh Tuesdjys. j ; V POMONA, 2nd and 4th Wednesdays. ;| ri ?Phon* 4. ]j si' Victor C. Nash j h Surgeon Dentist jj $? jj NAMBOUR. I ' t;' VISITS: ;! C BUDERIM 1st Wednesday In each i: month. ' ?' 3!; -MAPLETON 3rd Wednesday in each; h Month. | * jj 'PHONE 25. P.O. BOX ii. || : I ' ',,s S. A. HALL, jj is Surgeon Dentist j \[ Gurrie Street Namboiir. ! ? ? («vtr J. 6. J»nes' Boot Store). j ' Hours 0 *jn. to R80 p.m. j ; ;l ? _ I 'i J. A. McKEE i j ?';? ' '? L.P.SJ:'' ! j, -- ^r..'.C;H-EH-TST | i ? '' HAS OPENED AN j I ** UP-TO-DATE PHARMACY ?: ] In CURRIE 8TREET, NAMBOUR. ? \ ? (la irint «f Mr. Wilson's Denial ?! -'. ? _ ,-. ? ' Roomt). j j , dirpenbiiwuTspeciality. ! j ...

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Obi Old. SOCCER [?]BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Obj Of id soccin! ^beTisALL. The openlnK . fii.'t*C& »?{?' tn(- season ; was played at kl|-lf«:!ifia Ci-eck las! ? Saturday betwcoji :j-- 5 i^i'.i that Cl'ib, ; after a good irUaji^pio.1. wiiich W3.s a credit to hotli- (-filfeij'] resulted in a: ?kxin for Obi by u'.c&voSi'.h uil.'the vet- : eran, J. Cutnwrv.llV'l^'r both. ! Mr. \V. Epglei.{ii.'J4|.^.- j the m.il-h j in his able fashi^i.. * - «f '.. \ The nifilch 3ltI|«^^rS^i,'f'?:.od number] or spectators, wMjiWiStijvfry enthusi- ] astlic. Soccer h:.J lailSrt- c-jtai to stav. i ? Jfi. i The utu.ll m3ii(!i!t-; gic^tine \\-as bell j In th- hall on M'ijcjv.'^t^. wttfe a gooi j »ttend«ace of «&!&-&?*,: Tie usual] mi ! business was attended to, and it nu decided to hold the meetings In fu ture on the Wednesday on or before full moon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

'MUM 4ft. NAMBOUE BAKBBYi euitnx vraonv hmmmuii. WHOLKMSAL 8RKA2- ? Bum, O«rnuit and tattae* t*««* PASTRY SPECIALS DAILY: Jam Tarts, Sau*a««' Ron*. Soone*. Cream Puffs, Rainbow and otfiar oakea. Social* and Plonto Parti** otUcvt i. I. A. D. tfLOAN, ;Lata OLIVER COLUHS) ' 'PROPRUTOH. :

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

/;:? ; ? .? v: a ??? ? ? ^.._ ;? : . ]? ^ew & Cary, ' v £-V»JLL£RS, &Q. ^ ydR^ OF BOILDWO SIZES ? *'/1S6a8eBad Timber*, rough 'Also B-h&*, SashM, ESeukttaflt, njit o&»tt|':4c, de. LOWEST PRICES. orders- loured on railway tructs free ; ,] of charg*. VliboMBYC, H.C.L.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

DINE IN TOWN ? And DINE at Geddes Cafe! Hers'» a Cafe — most Inviting — Service first class — Salubrious sur roundings — Menu of quality and In expensive— In fact delightful In all Its superlative features. It specialises and wins popular favour In Its CELEBRATED HOT DINNERS. COME IN AND DINE— THOU A2ID THINE! 'Just the Juicy' Fruit. Nobby Confectionery. ?Phone 71. E. WELLS, Proprietor. ! CURRIE STREET, NAMBOUR. Opposite the Only B rick Building. Better Growth and Heavier Yields WITH HUTTON'S SPECIAL FERTILISER HUTTOJCS SPECIAL FERTILISER returns to the soil the elements necessary for the he&lthy growth of plant life. II is rich in Phosphoric Acid, Nitrogen and Potash, and its use mtini bsttsr growth and heavier yields. AVAILABLE IN ANY QUANTITY. Address enquiries to /. C. HUTTON PTY. LTD., ROMA STREET, . BRISBANE. ggrx Yes Sir, we can Fix up vflrjS ^rr *''! vox .! \jU^^Hrcp' It matters not how bad a smash your WpaJ c-ar has been in — If It Is possible to re j.\ ~Y^ Pa'r It ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

I p~ _. ? __ ? rM— I re If ire Hettini. rg W» have Just landt-f an onormou* consignment of this! ijaftf!i teful % commcdy — In all widths and meshei. : ? ij j*'«! E tn fj|ct the largeat ahlpment «»or landed In t*ie dilrtrtol* ft |{ Thti taken Into consideration together with the f act *mM& was I* all bought direct from the Manufacturer* for Cash, ido -',ogS*-.nder Jj why oior prices are so low? I |i||T' j \.) 24 x % % 10 11/e pw roll.. 36 x 1J x 18 i 2Ji|-|fe£. roll *j 30 x fc x 10 13/0 per roll 48 x 1J x 19 \ aMSffjt roll 1 36 i 8 i 19 IB/8 per roll 72 x 1 J x 19 ? 4ilfe[iji roll £a 48 x i x 18 21/- per roll 24 x 1 x 20 j 1tM-«mj! roll i 60 x 2 19 26/3 per roll . 36 x 1 x 20 zfA'iM roll ?J 72 x £ x 18 31/6 per roll . 48 x 1 x 20 i3B.J.:?i* 'roll j Comp&'o them with what you have been paying, and Jop'l irgot ?A' that tltese prices are subject to our usual terms. \ ! ij s |:: : ^ Tajke a Look at the j i ] 1i|l j| BEAUTIFUL WOOL SCAE^i|| : h..J COAiTEES, GOLFERS, JUMPE...

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Cricket. DIGGERS v. CABOOLTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Cricket. DIGGERS v. CAB00LTURE. On Easter Saturday the Diggers C. C. played Caboollure on the Cabool ture wicket. Caboolture won by 3J on the first Innings. The scores were as follows: — V. White c. Muir b. Russell .. U F. Pringle bowled Goldsworthy 0 M. Cobb c. Goldworth b. Sampson 7 V. Nash b. Goldsworjhy ? 5 F. Nicktin b. Goldsworthy .... 12 W Robinson b. Goldsworthy .... 5 n. Smith b. Goldsworthy .... 0 W. Moller run out ? 1 M. Sweetnam b. Goldsworthy .. 13 W. Walsh not out ? '. . . 2 Sundries ? 4 Total ? 93 Bowling for Caboolture: N. J. Gold5 worthy 0 for 3fi, Mewett 0 for 8, Rus tel! 1 for 3, Sampson 1 for 38. Caboollure — R. Battersby l.b.w. b. Robinson . . 22 11. Hunt b. W Walsh ? 21 'L Litherland b W. Robinson .. 11 X. Goldsworthy c. Sweetnam b. Nicklin ? 34 T. Sampson b. White ? 23 G Sampson how b.. Nicklin .... 2 F. M'Andrew not out . . .'. . . 12 E. Russell b. Nash ? S J. Mewett b. Cobb ? 1 A. Mengell o. — b. Cobb .... 0 'A' .Wilson absent ? 0 Sundries ? 11 Total ? 132 B...

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Landsborough. Q.A.T.B. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Landsborough. Q-VT3. For some time the Landsborouph bon. centre of the QA.T.B. has beea »nd?:yrourine to bring about an en largement of their, work. The com mittee, as a result, have erected a nice dwelling to accommodate the superiL mony has been fixed to lake place on the 14th inst., at 2.30 o'clock in the afteraioa. Hi? Excellency. Sir -t. Nathan, has kindly consented to per form the ceremony. A banquet will follow, the admission to which will bo by ticket, the price of which is 1, . It is proposed to work the centre by motor ambulance van, which has al ready arrived, and the parent centrr has appointed Mr. J. T. Woods, as the first superintendent. Mr. Woods has had considerable experience of ambu lance work in various parts of th-? world. He Is an ex-sergeant of the Royal Army Medical Corps. During the past Boer War he was -ward-master la chare.? of 612 beds in No. 2 cenerai hospital. He also had charge ~of the postal arrangements and red cross stores. At the conclusion of the w...

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Palmwoods. SOCCER. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Palmwoods. SOCCER. At a delegates' meeting of the N.C. F.A., held at tlie Commercial Hotel Nambour, on Saturday, March 31st, Mr. Gosling presiding, Ktnilworth were ad mitted to the Association. A match is being arranged between Brisbane and the North Coast, to false place at woolloonganba on Eight Hour Day (May 7th). If the ground is available* a trial match. Probables v. Possibles, will bfi played on the Nambour Oval on Saturday, April 2 1st, after which the team to meet Brisbane will be selected. Mr. Power (vice-president) was cor dially thanked for his generosity in giv^ ing a cup for competition. Fixture list will be drawn up at the next meetinc (Sal unlay. April 14th). when the cup competitions will also be arranged. Pro ceedings terminated with a vole of thanks to the chairman. FRUIT GROWE&a1 SOCIETY. The annual meeting of shareholders -:?' ihc Palmwoods, Moctvilln, Budcrim Amalgamated Fruit Growers' Society, I l(i., was held In the Memor'ai Hall, Palmwoods, oii Salurd...

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Wide Bay Dairy Company. THIRTY-THIRD HAW-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Wide Bay Dary Company. THIIITY-THIRD HALF-YEARLY MEETING. The hair-yearly meeting of the above company was held in the Company's office. 'Gympie. on Thursday last. There was a record attendance of shareholders, presided over by the ehainnan of directors (Mr. IL F. Walt er, M.L.A.). DIRECTORS' REPORT. The Directors' report covering the operations for the past half-year was as follows: — We present herewith our balance sheet an'l audited statement of ac counts to the 31st December, 1922. Owing to the severe winter following on a dry Spring, our output of butter shows a considerable falling off as compare J with the corresponding per iod or the previous year. The figures nro: — Gympie factory, 419 tons 6 cvt. 101 tons 0 cwl.) Cooroy factory 197 tons 16 cwt. (538 tons 19 cwt.) The rures in parentheses are the returns for the second half of 1921. Piggery; As foreshadowed at last half-yearly meeting, owing to the heavy mortality amongst pigs the board de cided to give up this branch of th...

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St. JOSEPH'S CHURCH, NAMBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

St. JOSEPH'S CHURCH, NAMBOUR. The Holy Week services, as describ ed in a recent Issue, were fully carried out at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, and were well attended. The ceremon ies on Thursday, Friday, and Satur day were very impressiw. n.irlli-nl.iriv on Saturday when at the Gloria the purple drapings being finally set aside i-ovealcd the Easter decorations. The -Miig of the bells and the strains of the organ proclaimed the Easter festi val. On Easter Sunday there were large congregations at both Masses, particularly at half-past seven, when practically nil present received Holy Vinmunion. At the ten o'clock Mass, the choir assisted with appropriate isic. The 'Regina Coeli' was sunc before Mass, and a special Mass in hon our of St. Cecilia was sung in a very creditable manner. At the offertory the 'Christus Rosurrexit' was joyously given. Mrs. Reg. White presided at the organ, and the choir was assisted by members from Palmwoods and visitors from Brisbane. The altar and sanc tuar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

J '7»«-« is a (id* in titaffairx */ * * menvkich, taJun at tht flood, * * fra-ii «it to foriuiu.' * | £5,000 J | Golden; i Gasket | $ // way Uforjou. Wh» burnt T ?#? * BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW t * J $ DonotJailtopariidptUin ?* * Drcwiuxs whUk take piau aieut * * wxry fortnizht ? * * S13 Prlxea ♦ 5 S5.OOO to £5 ♦ J (SabM » I2i-/. F«l«nl To) * * Ut.«M dclau 5/3 »eh.»*| !«««.»« * q? fhma ma ina. la kiclud* ^cxilt Sup ? * * Fmetbta aU if gueului Issgitab * JL r»i-in m\ aad Drawn anifar udianr tni -fr J te CoMn CuiM OSe. * * LOCAL AGENTS: J % W. J. B. KENT, * * ♦ * AND ♦ % A. O. RAWUR8OM. ♦ * TM MANAOW. ♦ * E«-Haa-.QMS«M.M-M - J H. V. KIBKW'OOD, c/- A. B. HawlInsoD Esq^ Nambour. I lira. D. L. AIUBTAGH. Marooc&yilor9, j vii Yaadina. a J. LAUGHEB, Cbtsilst, Caioolturt.

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Black Grown Maize. Mr. CORSER M.H.R. INTERCEDES ON BEHALF OF THE QUEENSLAND MAIZE GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Black Grown Maize. Mr. CORSER M.H.R. INTERCEDES ON BEHALF OF THE QUEENSLAND MAIZE GROWERS. ... V Corserhas received from the chairman of the Tariff Board a letter in reference to inquiries made bv nun dealing with the importation of maize from South Africa at a dutv --t 1/ per cental, under the Tariff \- greement cf 1905 betweea^ the Com- i monwealth and the Union of S. Africi ' imported from South Africa from 1st I July 1920 to 31st December 1922 i totalled 607.812 bushels, which gives an average of 245.125 bushels per! year — this works oat at a little less than 3 per cent or the quantity of the 7, 840.45S bushels produced in Aus tralia during tfce year 15)21-22. The greater part of the aboremen tioned Importations took place In the latter part of 1922, -when owing to a drought in certain portions of New South Wales and Queensland, hand feeding of stock was necessary, and supplies of loialiy grown maize ran short. It appears to be only under abnorm al conditions that maize Is impo...

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DECREASE IN DRUG ADDICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

DECREASE IN DRUG ADDICTS. The London 'Dally Telefrrsj.li' car !'« a paragraph stating that Colonel I- o. Butt, the Chief of the United S'.ates Narcotic Law Enforcement Bu rriu, states that 'his observations of tfcs conditions throughout the United Slaiet has led him to tbp nr.ini/-.n iha» tr.ere has been a red-iciioj rather than in increase in the number of addicts anc that the illicit traffic, while a grave menace, is more nearlr under ccntrol now, than at any previous time.' 1. will b-- remembered tha? a congressional committee, appointed {or investigation '? the drug traffic, ceported in~1012 ?hai there were prooaSiy somewhere between one and four million drug -.d-:-i-i* in the UnlteU tSates, and that the drug evil wa3 wjrst where the hquor traffic was nnst. prevalent.

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COMING MOVIES. POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

COMING MOVIES. POWER. An exciting automobile raco ploturcj entitled 'Burn 'Em Up Barnes,!; ;tM with tho Inimitable. Johnny (Torohy)'B llluos makes his debut to stellar nonowfl in roiituro length productions. In a4^| nounoad as being ono of tho attra^^H tions to bo seen at tho town M^^H TlUMtre on Saturday. . J^H In tho aiming or ims soizmoi pioujj^h — liio flrst of n series of elaborate' Pnj^| duntions — featuring this popular ;oun^^| star, It la suid that more than nlj^H miles* of film was exposed la makt^^H the picture, there, being a battery^^H no i-!«h than throo c'amaraa u*«tn^^H tahliiK most of tho scenes. ' ^^H it is snld by thoflo who hnva sn^^H the picture that Johnny outdoes hi ^^M self In comedy effort, and that ha-^^H veal.-i in hl» enactment of tho dnun^^^H scenes a depth of sympathy and und^^^J standing In keeping with the best J^^H illtions ot th? legitimate stage. J^^| The cant Ih an especially brlK^^^H on*;, and la headed by Edmund ^^^^^| ('.«?-. Pawctttt, Botty Car...

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S. Q. F. S. MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

S. Q. £ S. ?\ M.MtKBT REPORT. I hf following tn irket report has : ? nlr fi-Kiv«il from ;h(! .Socluty':* Ati;l l«iur«!- i-':[ir«H-:ntaliv ? under (iat« 20th uitlmi: — : n.ijjinas: Choice 2)/, goo.l 27; oninlt .'.mi t{i-y||»irn from |5/ to 20/. The | pr- -jp^-1* ,,,r tr.i-U: \,f\nif ««..»! at Ka»ter '.,u^-.A r.f.r.-i to Ilrln a littlo. Tf the rip'.m r-i jf-t 1 set ba|:k pricw will eas-! wit iv-..:k. Tho crmnitfnniftnts gi.n trally 'irriveii In- good comlltion. ' PlnK.'tpplcs: Sale* 8/ t, i-ff. Vory - f.!vv sold ut tho latter p ct§( Nearly ? all liraiulH urn showing n--i n,i?wa*to. Cltnm: Tho fnw oiimcb r. |j,ind uro, too green for Iniinoiliuty ,il|j There ,', Is sllll it siriall ([iiuntlty of io£jtl KfO'.vn ? i!ornln« on tlio marKet ' |i«ijt l» tiUo .1 fair r|iiantlty of cltrtia Ir cfijfl. stores. : lirowiTrt would I),; well ml \wi} to send : only woll oolourod fruit, j ill TI10 following urgont \ rSiWat rn*~ ?:i'ive-l from thu Socioly' : ^ibourao !' rvpretcntntlvo undor ilntn rft'^p...

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RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

. ftAUIFALuiy^^^l Th-- ninfall for ^Ufl^^^^M 3.7] inro»»» at th« .Vanw^^^^^^H tUiitribute'l an foilowra^^^^^^l .it. 3M i9-«, mn.T^^^^^H /. i. ---th ?-:-. r,tf4l.jt^^^^^M .n, 30th .5, 3-^^^^^^^^H Urn Omt three J^^^^^^^^H fici*! ration r'-\^^^^^^^^^^^^| The pri.-s*-,* ? ^^^^^^^^^^^B

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