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HYDRO-ELECTRIC ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

HYORO-ttlCTRIO ECONOMY. The Dorripo butter factory Is al ready effecting a swing at the rati of _i000 a year by using the cheap hydro-el«tric power In comparison with the cost of fuel and steam pow er, says the^ local paper. The whole town if securing a first class service. ?Snd one dairy farmer has lost no time in maVlnc use of electrical power In lhe working of his milking ma chines. Dorrigo, So a word, Is giving * Ie«d to m«_y other country -U«- trictii which hm Uie natural oppor tunities for «nd aspire to those ni'-d- ero ftdUUes. a . .

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

Federal Elections. The present staU; of the figures in connection with their recent elections show* for the House of Representatives thus: Notionalists 29 Socialist* 28 Country Party 14 IndfO. Liberals 3 Doubtful 1. v The Senate figures will remain prac 1 tieally stagnant till after Jan. 5. In We Hay Mr, Corser Is leadlnc by ?*N|O90. his tot3l so far being 11,-51. «s igalcst Mr. Heading's 8.C18, and Mr. JohnconV 10.461. In the Lllley Mr. Mac.ay Is building up a record Biajority, probably for Aus ? tralla.

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

A ? MERRY ? XMAS ? TO ? ALL Buy Your 'Xnias Presents at Royal Saloon. All kinds of Suitable Presents for all 'Kids' from 5 to 85 years old , ? We consider it a pleasure to show you any article without any obliga tion to Purchase ? and you may pay a Small Deposit on any article you may wish to Purchase. BUY LUCKY NEW YEAR GOL0EN CASKET TICKETS ? -at ? ROYAL SALOONS.

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

B^-GRADC i North v. South to be played on the Woombye Oval on 1st January 1923.: NORTH: D. Woodland. A. Perren. W. Perren W. Grace. W. Browne, R. Mc Clintnck f captain). J. Howe, T. Parren S. Boyle. F. Pen-en, J. Holt. SOUTH: J. R. Crorton, J. Cramb, T. ?ma!-?s. Lawrie, G. Mowat. 'L. Duh». W. Be!!, H. Brazil. 0. C. Nielsen, II. Hooper or R. Gibson. A— GRADE. The X. C. C. A. team who played the Gympie team on Boxincr Day will play the 2nd XI from the N.C.C.A. for a din ner on the Nambour Show Grountf Oval on New Year's Day.

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

Certainty of Quality and Quorunrccit satisfaction moKe SMITH'S OILCOATS tho I;«-1 your monoy can boy. Thov not only «(Tonl full tiroMot. Ion from 111' IwavlMt downpour. o[ rnlo but lut tnilnftriilsiy, »nt GuitmnWMHl not to miuk, ?n-l gun »Iv.»y* t» m-otlnl by u» »» mil* a-|H-niu». It yon hny (torn lout loml . % ?torok.;'!'-'' -??'-- lot th* nmiWAO'] retfl*t«ru.| UiuliMimrk li»dlaa»» . Danulnn Smith Oilcoat— tt'» your pralnclton. I w ill (lalUfir. ikmI pitiil to any ?ilrfre-M In Aualrall* ?- Ills ^5S&*rr ?*««,? RWIno Style, Calico IRitm ? ,„ Kinw ? 77/» WnlMng Style. J»PUT»8llk 100/-. ? WolKlno3»VK.C»iloolli_lr» gg.g ? I oiMJAfMBiMsitK $oriiinii»Mm/ncTVH. , i state your hdght -nil cb««l m«.«ur». ' | — «nt Ul-«iio»«r»jcci»«tt»h«noril«rlni O » . ! G. Smith. ***J&v ? j Otlcoat. Tint, T.r- /-%(@S9||viJ\ - I pauiin, Blind ind l*ixRKP*T$M's\ .' | Mt,.-» uiZAaeTHJT. #J$$v^£P*7 1 BRISBANE. %^a5p !ill!l'!S;lir.!ra!B!ll!!!lW!illi:a;timiD f.un«r:;tiii- ! j| Goes farther ; 3- Las...

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

{ Re^iJiwned ? Dairy ? Herd. I G^UiNEj CLEARING SALE. I t ues A, Janitary 16th, .on the Farm, 1 i ML VBL ! On Account of G. F. MOHAMMED. s | 50 MILKJsRS. lllawanlas. in full profit ^ 40 FORWARD AND BACKWARD SPRINGERS \ 20 HEAP YOUNG KEIFERS. Id months to 2 years I 10 STO|t COWS' : 40 CAL.VB $ 12. months old I 1 PUREBRED ILLAWARRA BULL i DAIRY tj^NSILS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS. HORSES i For Sa!-£r«i the Farm. — Full particulars next issue. : Tlf^RNTON AND MANN, | iLAND AND M)CK ' SALESMEN AND GENERAL AUCTIONEER^ j j jj ? N A M B 0 U R . ? j Tl^NDtr^ SUBDIVISION ? SALE ? 'II Y..AJN DI N A . ? i v *'| ? ~t~ — : ? ' - - 1 14 ,-.r.?. Splendid Allotments, ' $fyht in Tandina and Handy -; to Railway Station. On 4c|junt of A. W. BOWDER Esq.. Yamfina. SPLENMl| BUILDING SITES. ALL CLEARED. j FOR sM BY PlSicAUCnON ON THE GROUNDS. ^aturday,| January 20th, 1923, at 12 Noon. j F ' J ______ _—_ ___ 1 j; ; | Write . for Lithographs. I Tliii is aiif absolute security — not a speculation — and sure to grow...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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1928 AT HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

1823 AT HAND. Tbi« belnfr the final issue or the 'Chronicle' ror 19_tt It is (Ming lo say a word of farewell to the dying year, and a word or welcome to IU s_c-:e»sor The year just about to pass into history has been on the whole a highly suc ccssiui one tor mis district. It ha« been for other parts of the Slate a sad -ry year, but this favoured area has . been productive ail along, though at I Umes rather below normal. Had It not (fc br--»n for an eccentric, wet season, ?with Uic whole . of March practically dry, instead of a normal March prac tfcaity all wet, and for an early not wind spell Instead of the usual spring thunderstorms, the results for the f( year would have been the best yet In mi far as cane and cattle go. Thos« / In fruit have not been too happy over ^.marketing troubles, though others *...ifian citrus growers have got through. Uie citrus men being bit hard by pests, just when everything else -In their sine was about right. Talcing the year In the district as a' wh...

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

MOP.ETON CErTTRAl SUGAR MILL CO., Lt -. i SAUIDLtERS. SAii lOL'R- ! La»4* qunntK.y *t»ort4. »fx*i, gcod «ntf MrvicA-bl* Hardwood, or ftfowrV - DM*— ; j 20/- p«p 10O Super -??_. ! f. w, CAa-s a. {

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AMBULANCE CASUALTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

I \ AK&LANCe CASUALTIES. Two i I -mi!*.- c.iie» ar'; (reported by ? h-' loo; 5rii-iJi rnc'j Centre! On Tues day laj*. fticail was received to the Swimfniajl I'ooi. vifwrj* 'ijiad namel rwvi.J ':;ij|fi' wi.-5 fouri-lti have hurt hi* 1*11*^' and sii^'aKied shock throui-.'i-fH.-jr o.T (h«- ?.rtltr-! from .-» h--!j?!:t '.^fcjont 15 fe-f sjnd utriilna t?i#; hottiiM. . First iM wi'1 remlere-*, and hi ?*\f c'jnv^yed. to 'Or. Penny for furtr.* I i ;.tt.-ntion. ' -In . the other ««-. on ;j?J 31 rt ca!.l-vr.4 received H 11.15 fJt-i. co K---jernf)u!i', where s' lad rvunni |''v-tor Pirren h-^ been «cv -re!y bt-r^Ji', .f.'.ut thel«-M»; and baelt. The hurt-jilAl-r^ apparehi!?. ctused tiy a stray crjj'oj.-.- having Isfnitmt a packet in his p- r|k If.- wa.«-'lT.-a first adl aa'i adviiiji io Mie a doctor. -I ' ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

Njine Adams' Prirate Hospital, ': Maud 8L, nainbour. ! -'Pbone *5. '?? NURSE (Airs.). ADAMS, A.T-V.V. Certlucal*» ol Um kh Ultflciric&l Society, Clayuam Maternity Hobplta); and Central' WMwives' Board. London. None (Mrs.) Beaasang : Certificated Midwife. ba» acquired the Residence of. Mr. \-. D. HurUgti, Blackall Terrace. : NAMBOUR, as a Hospital, and will continue to receive patients as previously. 'Davenport' Private Hospital, KCHILWORTH ROAD,, EUKL'rtDl. ?phone No. 11. ' i . ! NURS2 POLE-HORE ! Hospital Trained Nurse. ' Stats Registered. ~ AlSbTcROFTS, M.P.S., Bbtf Photographlo Depot, htjkbour. All pbotogr»vhio Good* at list priceg for casii. \ F. ^IMMER, Soft Drink and Cordial Manufacturer. Maker of all Uims ot Soft lirlnU and Cordials. THE TRADE SUPPLIED. ' Winner 1st prize for Cordials National Show, f 622. MILL STREET. NAMBOUR. H. A. DONALD, Coactbuiider, Wheelwright, General Blacksmith. Shoeing. ' Repairs. ' *' ' Pointing. ' Moderate Prloei. K Trial Solicited. Any cl...

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SCOUT CORROBOREE. MELBOURNE GAME OF 2500. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

ICOUT cdflRCfflORKt. 4. t : MjKli |;OL'IINE ll\il OV 2500. ,SYD- SV. MuiKiSiv.— Jin \Vytr;nrd -(\{wxi i\L \Vedn|hda:| KKiO .joyou;* trcioDjv v.nps will' !?-? tflveii by wolf ciibs^K '^ui^ ami ri-vAnj Irom nil pirts of X-w e'l'it'i Will-!-* »^(t Queanalund. Tin: 'id i--itm will l:i-,tlj? ilopurturo of the ''3f ii^i'iib friin| tj'o two SUtn* for in*.: '?'''nd :tll .Vtilr;(liin .wout eor rnbori* -) In: h«UI ;!,t - ;lbourno from .l;iiiin'J. if to .I.inuiir; 6. Tli'iji ??mlngunl r-'i'^ri hlH Stnto will numlitM- ii)), ,ind th-tt]fr m Queensland tiO. Ji in boya tiavu to puy their osvn far..-*. W-| it ciimp file -if«t8/ for board and loSjTiji^H for the' ljiijaysi. In moat ot thetl^ntry ci:ntn:.--'ln|M.5.W., how ever, sipl-.'vsldenU h'i,ve ' subscribed to pay ihU'.jiyn' c.xpenHns, | Th«jiiii»|t will btj hel'S in the show xroiKtijii .iiii'lliirf-i at [-'Iijmlngton, mil thf u-!|] i^y .itil.horlCit:» 1|»V8 l«nt mat trwsrti'S;! tiii blankets. J In iii iimi to itiit N.:Jw. and U'ld. c-nlltillVj l...

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DECEMBER RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

DECEMBER RAINFALL. . J ? ?I':;- foiiowinA -:oiifall was recorded i ! » N.r .jour for? i'---emtier 10-21 : 5lh G.j ???! t-t. 7th.! 31 ijlh 19, 9th 5. 13U1 .T.J.. i !i 10. 15-h. 5jf. 16th 123, 17tft 2.-'i 1' n 7. 19t); Dtl 20th 91, 20th *, 2tr!r. 27Ui SJL t;ltal 515. bring th* 20J V ; i.Tlli Sl.'tr.Ui 515. brinjtinjc the !'-?-e. .ivr.iato 'fciwi'. to St.*2. ;» drop oill.o . \ \ % S * { '3*jt-ir-^«lo-»-»««o e , e-#t|iA «???? «?«'??; ?3 ? Seerlwnjtx) an !S i a ! I i ?;' ; -»s»t^af -»tB- t~ or* »-' 1 — ? o xa o- r» «'- *£*- iO k- i«» » -« IS Z-o ^?*-^j-« »« IS ? ?»«- — -r»»«;r-»« — c»i«:t £ ; i\ . '?** :'ca I (-.-??* tor- xxo » r- _J o ? S-n | oooo iaf)*** mo we ll £i j^' *-?'?-»'? ''? S if I^S^SSfSSSS § 1 '-' i ? ?? B T I 3O» — «CJ M «CO00N it;'- i ? i: Sa*4--o»uo-i3K-oior*n ^i I - r- ?« S- so ?» r» r» w« '' » I- ' o *» ^ f i ''is.'* ' o \ 1 ? ' \ 5 - Si ? *? % i iih i mi i, ^

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REFUNDS NOT WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

REFUNDS N&1 WAITED;? -? ? ' ; Messrs. Collins k ' o. .iak ^is tij men tion that of the pt-Sp iiwho Wer^ (ort un:it« enough to pjjir cijsh ort their last 'lucKy day,' a» i*t-: r about! half hiw« chiiniid th« refuel ,to .which thuy were entitled. ji ' ?.. ? .

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QUAINT PROCLAMATION. DRUNKEN SWABS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

QUAINT PROCLAMATION. ' I-KUNKEN SWAB3. Tiis burgomaster of 'a imali town, ? sa i-wabia recently issued a proclaina tion to his fellow citizens: ? 'Jt fa known to me that a number of raoftti'y depraved drunken sots upend iheir w'gftu fuddling. These topers sctbn ! der the money ttutt they ought to £ve '? to their families, and are not is i £t state to go to work next day. -pa- se'juently loss of* wages as vr»HJ -a harm to trade. The police Bow line my orders to hurl them oat ci jlte Wirtsbaeuser and if they offer rjJie smallest resistance thia 1* to be tr Sit- ed' as an offence against iffi-jestr i of law.' ^

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MECHANICAL TAR MIXER. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

MECHANICAL TAR MIXIR. The bulk tar storage and meehanloul t.ir'-mixlng plant, recently establishes! at the Petersham Council's depot wety ofTicinlly opened the other day by th ) M.iyor (Aid. Bastion). Tho plant con I £2250, and is capable of an outpitt -nf 100 tonn a day of eight hours. Wit I it a ton of topping can be mixed hi four minutes, a ton of 3-!n metal it» ?'1 minutes, and a ton of t}ln. In flvii rninutcH, or an average of one ton I' ? four minutes, or 120 ton* a dm . There will be a saving of over t37 fo every 100 tons of metal mixed, an- through taking dellv-sry of tar In hui! ?'some 100,000 gallons per annum) .-iavinK 'f 2208 69. a year (says th. ?Sydney Daily Telegraph'). Tha mat ni I* tipped from carts into storage nro: ?ml practically all the metal mixed !- carted to the Job, being loaded auto matically into carU direct from hop per*. The elimination of handling to pre«wnt» « ton of metal mixed. Tin mnij.il direct savings are estimated t tWO/ll/H, equalling 29 per cen...

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BRITISH PUBLIC SECURITIES ENCOURAGING FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

BRITISH PUBLIC SECURITIES ENCOURAGING FIGURES. LONDON, Monday. — The year 1&22 svitnessed a rvmarkaMe rise In the values of public securities. The 'Bankers' Magazine' gives a Ij»t of 337 repre.~entuiivi securities of which the capital value has appreciated during :lie year by £712.00,000, or 13.2 per cent. The principal appreciations were in British railway ordinary stocks, which improved ji per cent., and foreign rail ways, 59 per cent. Colonial Govern ment stocks improved, 16 per cent; and colonial corporations, 13 per cent. T5-? total new money subscribed 6y puljljo issues In the United Kingdom during 1022 amounted to £585.000,000, com pared with £393,000,000 during the previous year; £1,352,000,000 in 19«8. which was a record year, and £248,000 000 in 1913. Of the money subseriie-1 in 1922, over £459,000,000 was ir~ v?s!ed in Government and municipii stocks. All Geneva is Uuchin? at a CJuisi man comedy eiuettd there. A prodigal cleared out from his father's house, robbin...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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MARKET REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

MARKET REPORT Messrs. P.irn-s and Company Limited 1 report as foUws i-,n th'ir s?U-s f--r i week tntiin? Tuesday. 2ni Januarj. 192:?: Produce: M.iize. owia: t.-- the hoii *i-,ys supplies h.we eased somewhat, lid the market is' flror. p'!.U..es. s-uj'FUes are short, pood demand oxii!s: ;»um{ tin; not many forward, moderate de ra-ind: lui-erce eharr arr'r!.'..r freely, a fair demand exists, oaten chaff plen tiful, selling well; wheaten hay chaff moderate supplies fair demand: mixed chaff plentiful, good demand. Poultry': Fowls rinoe the holidays supplies have ceased and very few of these are comin? to hand: as a matter oj fact poultry of all descrip tion* is now in short supply, but quite sufficient is arriving for all require ments. Eggs continue to arrive in very large quantities, prices have fallen con siderably, and the tendency is for a further decline. They are most diffi cult to quit. Fruit and Vegetables: Apples are sell ing well, medium and inferior hard to quit: mangoes arri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

FA^Olj^ikNb A «- i ENTRANCING ? j; jj J j -M-j— Is the woAcfcrfc il Jind thost uni! iue design and modelling in the bewilderiag vlirie y!of thie $HOtflNG O4|- TOTS ? SUCH SUBTANSTAL TOYS-r I wkicii gIvJ' deughtfIl joys | JR)i?OlRLSAND|)YSi This |Attracti|e Display at[ WilHaml' Arcade i ? ! ? ! ' You'll &$c some oir the strange* mechanism, and caricatures of Dolls eVer pie eked to Namb url We haw a iB*- n^fnl Assortment of — ? JFancjf 1 Toilet i t Perfumery i ;j ! Requisites which are cxpris^iy adapted t -r presentation service. I ; i RAIL NOT TO SEE! The, Latest an\ Stylish Dre'lssl fyiateriald now Showing. M i j i ? J_ : INEXPRESSIVli— ^EXCLUSIVE DtiBIGNS— BECOMING SHADES ; ; j ! OF COLClljfl. : WilliMlns31! Arcade, TOY .$PE(jlAil$TS, . LADIES' DRAPERS, CURRIE$TREEijJ NAMBOUR. ?i | ' i jl j — ? ? — ? | ; j I ;j 500 Patis MANUFACTURERS SAMPLES BEING CLEAJieIJ) BELOW IJS1 AL COST PRICE — AT VI;C|!JENSEN'S BUY Vi)l-j» XMAS FOOJWEAU NOW. : «v)e!!pAY J-OSTAGll ANYWHERE. Gent's T...

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FORMER GARDENS CURATOR Mr J. F. BAILEY TELLS OF TYPE ORCHARDS AND OTHER USEFUL INSTITUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

FORMER GARDENS CURATOR Sir ..I. V. HAILKY TELLS OK TYPK tiHCHAHDS AM) OTHER USEFUL INSTITUTIONS. 'C'ui'rnslnnd is not advertised en ough in Adelaide,*' said Mr. J. K. Bailey the illrcrlor of the Adelaide Botanical Cardfns, when inteninweii by a ''Daily Mail' rprcsi-'niritivc, 'and to many people Queen^landers are no more lli.m slranp--rs. Altliouglt Ihis Is most 'iinforlunalc it lias a reasonable ns Iilanaliun. nuecnsland is so far awiy from -SouHi Australia, and there are so ninny larjrc cities intervening. A Sontli Auslralinn visits Melbourne anil Sydney, and he is content. Similarly a ?Jueenslander when lie readies Mel bourne thinks he lias Kone far enoiifr!' :ind so in many cases Quennslanders r.nil South Austraiians are comparative s-lranpor.-i. 1 often {five lectures cm Mihjccls wliich touch on Queensland, and those li-eturcs never fall to arou-e a great deal of interest.' Mr. H;itley, who is spending a holi day in Queensland, will be remember ed by mflny people as the Curator...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

Motor Car, Boat, or Cycle Owners! Have your REPAIRS, REPLACEMENTS. OVERHAULING &c executed at the The Nambour Motor Garage & Engineering Works and save all that unnecessary worry about getting a satisfactory job. Our Mechanics, who are thoroughly competent, have every labour-saving faculty, and work under very favourable conditions — thus we claim to turn out the BEST JOBS and absolutely Guarantee Satisfaction. All Classes of Lathe work undertaken. Stocks of pare Parts, Accessories, Tyres and Tubes etc on hand. Service Station for Shell and Plume Motor Spirits, and all the best brands of Grease, Lubricating Oils, etc Wm. WHALLEY, For Guranteed Repair Service. NAMBOUR. Beerburrum Co-operative Company Limited. Now Going Ahead with the erection of DEHYDRATION PLANTS at Nambour Factory. Support DEHYDRATION BY TAKING SHARES. APPLICATION FORMS 'CHRONICLE' OFFICE. ? Queensland's ? ; Finest ? S FURNITURE Z 5 Itlade at the HlXCO J ? factorq and supplied ? 5 direct to qou at O...

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