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KINDERGARTEN CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

KINDERGARTEN CONCERT. On Wednesday evening last, th« concert in aid of the Methodist Church Kin.Iercart-m hall funds, took place In the Town Hall. A very fine attendant greeted the efforts of the performer*, who all appeared at their best. Th-J flrst p:irt of the programme was r- cantata 'Red Riding Hood' in which the following characters were repre- i sented: Red Riding Hood, Miss Ol?a Round; Mother, Miss Nellie Parry; Buttercups, little Misses Mirian Mal colm, Nancy 'Brake, Astrea Bycrolt; roses. Misses .Maud Milliner, Theinii j Gearside, Adeline Parry; woodmic, George Cope; Wolf. I.o- Cope; boy-t. Wallace Malcolm, Eric Bycroft, iml Roy Cope. Mrs. Bycroft un'dertooic ! the ardius work of training a i.i J her efforts were rewarded by the j children playing their respective part-; well. The second half comprised musical and humorous sketch at t.V: conclusion of the kindergarten merry makers. Mr. S. Thorp's orch-?3tr.- opened with a selection; followed Ly a duet 'Watchman what of the...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Commonwealth Band Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Commonwealth Band Contest. From as far as Innlsfail to Ball.trat. came hands to iiartii-p.it'- in the earn- | ival which proved the greatest attrac- | tion In Bris^aue during Easter It w:i.-- | a veritable feast -if brass band music. ? reaching a standard, which caused t!.»* | adjudicator of the contests to remark. I as reaching the notable South Street (Ballanit) compe.'itlons. Barnkmrn from iill parts of the Slate, in mlditlnn to Uie competitors, wended their ?-??? citwards to mingle in th* musical at mosphere created, to g:iin sometnlcs of what high attainment band musk* may be raise--!, and to idopt a s'.jl. ( principally .torn.) o» playing »vpi^h If emulated. ' will considerably help i amateurs. Ipswich, r.s in the ?j'stoiit- fod, took home the honours for W.e test piece, t.hit town's Vlon-Regnl wml standing out prominently above ail others. In the B and (7. grades the Townsvill* ind Brisbane Hibernlaiw re spectively held honours. Playing In the Gardens a momh«r of thn lnral ba...

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BLACKALL RANGE v N. COAST [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

BLACKALL RANGE V N. COAST On Monday last at Nambour, the N. C. .C A. team defeated a represent t ative team from tbe Blackall Range by 10 wickets and 15 runs. The re sults were: — Ball c. sub. b. White ? 2 Smith b. Pringle ? 9 Cowley b. Pringle ? 0 Vandrelke b. Pringle ? 0 Fisher b. White ? 23 Walker c. White b. Prinsle .... 1 Bruhn c. and b. White ? 0 Evans not out ? 10 Cox run out ? 3 English b. Robinson ? 4 Allen c. Nash b. Pringle ? i Sundries ? 3 Total ? 70 Bowling for North Coast: P. Pringlo 5 for 27,'\Vhite 3 for 23, Nash 0 for 2. Kuskopf 0 for 1, Cobb 0 for 1, Roa inson 1 for 8. Xorth Coast: — A. Kuskopf run out ? ii V. White c. Walker b. F. English 21 F. Priagle b. Cowley ? 1- M. Cobb b Cowley ? - 3 W Robinson c. Smith b. Enelish 1 V. Nash b. Cowley ? 0 K. Prin.?le b. Cowley ? 0 P. Prineie b. F .English .... . . . 3 w. Perren b. Cowiey .... . - 0 V .Crust b. Cowley ? 3 E Wells not out ? 1 Sunilrio ....'...... i Total .......... 61 Bowling for Blackall Range: S. Cowley 6 for...

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May Day Carnival. FURTHER PREPARATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

May Day Carnival. FURTHER PREPARATIONS. Continued preparations, schemes, and plans to achieve the object of the raising of Hospital and Ambulance needs, has concerned the commltk-o of the May Day Carnival, for some considerable time. The commute.. wmen mei on Wednesday evening last, at Williams Cafe, discussed first of all the catering arrangements, ani decided that Mr. W. J. Cronln cill a meeting of ladies nest Wednesd.--v afternoon . The offer of Mr. Kin? for the full Jazz orchestra to assist in the list of functions, was accepted and thanks tendered to him. Fri-m Mor's Agency, the committee decide! to procure 500 buttons, to be sold !??-- wards the funds at 1/ each. Mr. Baildon's scheme 'of a personal invita tion card, as an aid for the visits of guests for the Carnival Week was ap proved. The closing date of the Babr Competitions now proceeding, were extended to the 7th May. The applica tion by the Druids F^ S. to allow 3 nomination In the Baby Competition to be placed under the...

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The Turf. NAMBOUR TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

The- Turf. NAMBOUR TURF CLUB. A oi-nimittoe meeting of the abow club was held on Tuesday evening of tost week, in the Commercial Holrl. Mr. s. J. Hobson occupying the chair. There was a good attendance. It was decided to postpone the race meetlntr a.* advertised in order to make way for thf Gympie Club who were. running' n meeting en Euster Saturday, it win (Voided t-- extend the nominations ami close on April 9th. the weight to ap poir in the ''Daily Mail' and Xam !-«-.iir 'Chronicle.' The matter of jw kvy licenses was held over till a later date. It was decided to afflliatp with Keilron Park. A discussion was opened n tho question of forming nn associa tion, to Jnclude clubs at Beeruurrum, Gla.sshou.-e. B.:mvah. Landsbnrciugh. Nambour, Yandina, and Eumundi, and will be continued at a future meeting.

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MAROOCHYDORE SWIMMING CARNIVAL. LIST OF DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

MAROOCHVDORE SWIMMING CARNIVAL. LIST OK DONATIONS. The following; donations are acknow ledged with thanks by the secreUirv (MK P. T. Petersen.) : Mr. P. C. Evans £!/'?/-. Mr. \V Whalley £2/2/-. Messrs. Thornton and' .Murtagh £2/2/-, Mr. T. Cheetham £- Mr. L. 11. Collins £1/2/6. Mr. T. Chad wick £1/1/-. Mr. M. P. Evans £1/1/ Mr. W. Fiiwkes ifi/6, Mr. Oliver C«l ims 10/f., Mr. G. Greathead 10/6. Mr North Brake 10/-. Messrs. McFadd.o & Sons 7/6, Mr. S. Baildon 5/-, Mr J Wilkinson D/-1#eMr. A. O'Loan 5/-.

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Rifle Shooting. WOOMBYE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Rifle Shooting:. WOOMBVe RIFLE CLUB. Owing t.- a rill.- match between North Arm and Wnnriibyo. fired off un N«.rlh Arm range on the 10th February resulting in a draw, it was arranged fur tho match to bv lircd over again on the Nambour range on the 2 Ith Starch. North Arm team failed to put in an ap prarance, and the Woombye team flrrd over the three ranges, 300, 300 and S00 yards with the following result: — R. I'ringl-! . . . . :{?- 3 \ XI 93 G. Pringle .. .. 31 3i 31 96 J. Pringle .. .. .13 32 III 90 W. Pringle .. .. 33 32 31 96 A. D. Brook . . . . Xi 32 ' 27 52 «. Smith .. .. ;$1 ao 31 Oi J. Hyjn (c. out) . . 28 29 26 83

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FRUIT TRAIN LOADINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

FRUIT TRAIN LOADINGS. The nett tonnaee of fruit despatch? 1 to interstate market?, from Xambour for the month of March was as fol lows: — Melbourne 148 tons, Scwt.: Sydney, 89 tons, 13 cwt. . WEDNESDAY'S LOADING. By the special fruit train on Wed nesday, the interstate loadings were: Melbourne. 514 cases bananas, 153 cases pines; Sydney 31 cases banaois. 201 eases piaes.

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COTTON INDUSTRY. WONDERFUL POSSIBILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

COTTON INDUSTRY. WONDERFUL POSSIBILITIES. There recently arrived in Melbourne by the Berwickshire and Orveto 10,000 yards of pure twill sheeting made from Queensland cotton by HorrocksPH ;.Manchester(, who took as the stand ard the quality of their best fabric?. The rrsult is regarded by experts as a high-grade product which opens tip great possibilities for cotton growing in Australia, and ultimately for the manufacture of cotton into fabrics here as is done with Australian-grown wool With the idea of giving a practical '.cat of the Queensland cotton, Mr. S. Meyer, governing director of Meyers Limited, cabled their London office at-l directed that they should ascertain if there was any Australian cotton in England from which could be made fa bric which would serve to demonstrate in a pratclcal way to the Auatrallin people the posslbllties of the cotton growing industry there. The action was taken at the time that the Britlnh delegation was in Australia Investigat ing the possibilit...

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EDUCATION DEPARTMENT CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT CHANGES. Mr. M. J. McK?nna. Actin? Cnd^r Secretary for Education. o& Thursday was formally appointed Under Sec retary and Mr. D. L. Edwards. Actio? Professor of Physiology at the Queens land University, has been appointed Chief InspectDr of Schools, and Mr. R. M. Riddle, Inspector of Techn'eal Colleges, lo the position of Assistant chief inspector of schools.

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NAMBOUR TOWN LIBRARY. APRILS BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

NAMBOUR TOWN LIBRARY. APRIL'S BOOKS. .Miscellaneous: Asquiih: The Autobiography of Marifot Asqulth. Book 1. Burkt: fThoma-s): The London spy. Crosiand (T. W. H.) : The Fine O.'d ?Hebrew Gentleman. Fiction: lonchley f Robert C.j : Of All Things. Buckrose [J. E.) : An Ordinary Cuup!«. Christie (Robert Stuart) : Little Davida Copplestone (Bennett) : The Treasure of Golden Cap. Curwood (James Oliver) : Back to GoCa Country. Ford I'Seweil) : Inez and Trilby May. Freeman (H. M.) : The X«w Bcswvll. Cask ; Arthur) : The Secret of tho S-uadhills. Obottcnikl '.George; : Kloodylte Kit s Revenge. Goodwin (John) : The House of Marney Hine '. Muriel): The Pliant. Horn 'Harold): Mortimer's Gold. .'«!j-3on -'Ed?ar}: The Smuggled Mas terpiece. Lm'eoin ? Natalie Sumner) : The Cat's Paw. .Mai-donaW 'Ronald) : The Green Hand kerchief. Martyn ? Wyndham) : The Mysterfou3 Mr. Garland. Opp-jcheim 'E. Phillips} : N'obody'* Man. Vacbeli i Horace Anaesley) : Change Partners. Wallace -Fr?d»rick WilUam; : The S...

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

pUGH'S ALMANAC and Director/ for year i923: now on sale at 'Caron- isie' oSes; pries 3/- each; l!a£l«6 supply; pM&ie extra.

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

I ' I j MARKET JRCfpRT . .Nf-iS'seti Barnes tJd. ^ompany LUt. rH/'-rfctu follows on ta^ir sales ine vv^ii*'ii!?n ? Tu':-s-ii} j-3rp, April, Wli. PHjjipi'CE: Miiizt. ttato line Is arrrvifjij ]fceely, an/jj a fair detaand exi:.«!^fc?:.'ff sam?; bitb'bV is and pollard ar« ?fff*'I?- dC(J seliWfif t high nit*-*: p-iU1&» .fair luppiie* i wd demand; ] 3w.:-.|| Wa toe* .irriVjn j. freely sailing w«;i j|'|jiopkini bfcoqt; ; jppliea, .yo^d 'JfrjsjjrJ*; jHieerae ehapiot rnucb for wsf.jji.jeji)n« Y.lxh. r.ltei': prices have adv.i^.irlj jat%n chaff. jl^Uful, s%Vfc\% w^'.: ig^vfteritten hay je.ji?K aot QlMcli torw i%. good detnafiij I lucerne h^y sh-jri )|ijppties, s*!lli»p. radlly; aixed eharf jjftcriuch f'jrwipi, -'? denjaad P-|£|.tRY: Fowfs,| .^i&pUes rejnaiii fceisjjlth? market 1;* ill jl acd piflc»:- ara ^f'ptionany low';: I sglish dwk», l:-.r^linii fonvani. .; :jo - priew.; ar? r»;:rim?.ir tb.^*-. aQH 5 1 bey are wast iii£cji»jy.or sale; Mutfevt' r ducks, i»ar k-t W,t|i!l. p...

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

If Ktrse Adams' Priralc Hospital, : :'? -k Mau0 Su, Wambour. - £? .' 'Phone *5. |': KUR3E (Mn.) . ADAMS, ? ; ? a A.T.N.&. OerUllcatea of Loo --u : *! (uatetrical Society, Ciapoam ? -. : « Maternity Hospital; and Central || Midwivea' Board, London. - I None (Mr*.) Beautang | ©ortWIoaUxJ Hltfwlfa. . ?? \\ *?* acquired the Residence of. Me. : ... jj V. D. Murtagh, Blackall Terrace. ?'„ ?j- NAMBOUB, !' ; £, aa a Hospital and wlU continue to ;;.; receive patlenU aa prerloualr. ?-!J ? '. ? . ? . | ''Davenport' Private Hospital, -ji KEHIUWORTH ROAD, EUMUWDI. [;! , Phoi»» N' li. ; jH HUME POLE-HORE ) *;' ; JVwpital Trained Nurse. - ! |j \. / ' „ itt't Registered. ' |~Sfi^'cR6rK, m.pI.7 : & »h»rmao«uU-ntf pfcamltt ?.. a&i ' '? ' ' Pttotographfo Depot, I HAMBOUR. - All pnotograshio Goods at list ?'irlaea for cash. , ?. t-_ - | F. WIMMER, ;; Soft Drink and Cordial I Manufacturer. .: f Mater of all Uuoa of Soft Drinks and : v ; ? Cordials. 1 THE TRADE SUPPLIED. ' | Winne...

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SAMBOUR RURAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

SAMBCUR RURAL SCHOOL. vkWu-. nenion-stratlon,: A public te moi^lwt'ou in cookery will be held at dr. R4«l School on Tuesday, 17th Ajirijl at *2: p.m- The subject will be 'U.~5=s of? iDehydrated Products.' No inxisatiun'siare being issued, but alt ln tercfto! ''nfe invited to attend. Miss Ho! i wiJl |eonducl the demonstration \vhi«t a -ipminal charge of 6d. will be inacp to -iffray expenses. pj;t-'o.'»ij: The bead master, Mr. H. AV.*4Wu3tfeIe, has been appointed to take char'fetenaLifae Rural School woik for the sub-section of Arts and Science in- connection with the Queensland ex hibit to be sent to the British Empire Exhibition in London In 1934.

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LADIES' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

LADIES' MEETING. Atfcntiijn Is drawn to the advertise mentjappf'arins in another column con- | vni;t)- a nieeting of ladies to discuss matii'rs i|i conneclion with the May nay ?,; irnivkl. The ladies were justly i proyH of; their efforts last year, and | we U«tpc Sh'at there will be a reresent- | atlv«? att'iidanct* at the meeting on Wei4iesd!iv nexf. ?'- I I

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AUCTION SALES. FUTURE DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

AUCTION SALES. FUTURE DATES. April 6— Yandina Pig Sale by L. B. Hunter. April 7. — Sale of Horse Pray and Har ness eic. by J. J. Wilkinson April 7. — Clearing out sale at Buderim by Thornton & Murtagh. April 7. — Horse Sale at Nambour by Thornton & Murtagh. April 9. — Trucking of Murarrle Pigs April 12. — Cattle Sale at Kureelpi by Thornton & Murlagh. April 14. — Horse Sale at Nambour by Thornton & Murtagh. April 21 — Auction Sale, Woombye by T. J. CoaWrake. May 5. — Realisation Sale of Agricul ture Farm by Aruthur Martin.

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Advertised Events. TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Advertised Events. TO-MORROW. Town Hall Picture*. Royal Pictures. FUTURE DATES. April 7.— M«-«tlnB 'f footballers and others Commi'rrlat Hotel, Cu umiiiti, April 10,— 'IVii'liTi i-lo*« for fencing Id imi'i.ti i.f Wuiindum. April lo.~-'MrriliiK nf L.I'A, at Van illnu. Api-H 11.— Mtvtfng of Ladles at Wil liams' Caft) re Carnival wort. April 13 — U.A.O.D. Subscription Dance at Williams' Cafe Hall April 14.— Pt.t.iie Meeting at Palm woods. April 14. — Nambour Race Meeting April 21. — Public Meeting at Glenview. April 21. — Woodchop at Mapleton. April 29. — Maroochy District Hospital Annual Meeting in Town Hail. April 28. — Tenders close for fencing racecourse reserve, Landsborough April 30. — Sports, Concert and Dance at Buderim. June 4. — Ambulance Sports at Yandlna.

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Eumundi. KITCHEN EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Eumundi. KITCHEN EVENING. A surprise ctikhen evening took place in honour of the approachine marriare of Miss Jessie Luke, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Luke (one of the oldest settK-rs of the district) ?- Mr. Charles Peachy of this district, who saw the horrors of war. and was two year.* a prisoner, suffering many hardships. About 50 friends put In an appearance in response to invitation* issued by Mrs. C. Strudwick and Mi-=s Uiive fctdends-e. a very enjoyable evening was spent in games, sonire and dancing with Mr. C. Strudwick as M.C. Songs were rendered by Mrs. East. Misses Eunice Lamb. Bertha Cook. Muriel Lamb, and Mr. T. White. A very fine collection of presents were given, and at about midnight light re freshments were partaken of. A. few complimentary remarks by Mr. A. E Cook, responded to by Mr. Andrew Luke, brought a very enjoyable even ing to a close. PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. Smith both look .well after their holiday . SALE OF DAIRY HERD. Messrs. McDonald and Ross, ...

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Montville. ASSOCIATION MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Montville. ASSOCIATION MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meetinc of th-- Mont ville Fruitgrowers'. Producers'. and Prom-ess Association was held on I ues dny' Mnreh 27 th. There was a very good attendance of members. Mr. C. O. Negus (president) in the phair. After the' usual routine business, .\ir. j. j. Thomas as this Association's repre sentative on the recent deputation from Ihe Maroochy Shire Council to the Main Roads Board, stated that the Board signified their intention of gaz etting the Palmwoods-Montvillc road via Remington Chute in the immediate future, a survey would be put in hand at once, and a commencement made with the work as soon as possible. Mr. Thcmag was accorded a unanimous vole of thanks. Councillor H. Linganl was appointed to the road committee. Mr R. H. Ross resigned his position :is treasurer, and Mr. J. C. Millet was elected in his place. The Hunchy Pro gress Association wrote asking this Association to support their endeavour to get an overhead footbridge at Pal...

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