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INCOME TAX BONUS SHARES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

INCOME TAX BONUS SHARES. Following on the advice which ?p ?iared in our columns fti October list, t'garillng' refunds of Income Tax paid *i bonus shares issued by companies hi of accumulated trading proSts, the t'Puly Federal Commissioner of Tay.a im (Mr. -f. T. Keely) intimates that fie last date for making application ilr refunds of such income tax paid S to be regarded as the 1st May, $23. Applications for refunds should (erefore reach the Deputy Federal immisslt ler of Taxation, Desmond Ihambers, Adelaide-street, Brisbane, it or before that date. ii ' -

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
To Pack Fruit. LESSONS FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

To Pack Fnut. LESSONS FOR SCHOOL CHILCREN. In onK-r to imil.I up the frui'. busi n«-s» in t_i!!eens!;iRd on soi:nd lin-s. it has bt-f-a cor.st^nily ur-»d by the ex- j peris lhat one of the frr--at ess--ntia!s \ is the proper grddir.*? and packing of ! th-- product, r'rffiuently fruit d«.- ! sr-atclietl from various centres in the } ^tato has been .-n carplessiy packed on the orchard that it has failed to secure J a profitable return. Fniit so parked ! geueral'y arrives In pner t-ondiiion, anil this fact has brought .the:' poor 'Tw-es. iron:.; time a£o in a*aathorii-; a dis- | cussion took place o.t this sii^iect, ! au&t.n^st two .:-si«?rts -n-1 i-!!i--r \i-it'.rs ; t- the 'listrict, durinar the course of j which it was suggested that oa- of-ti)--( bi-sl methods to imprtive the packing j and ?m-1in? of fruit was to teach tlr: j school children in tlie fruit-cro-.ving ? areas this in. The idea v.as even tually placed K'fore th?- Publi-- S-r- ? vice CotiuuissU'jOcr. vva- api-ro...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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THE SUGAR JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

THE SUGAR JOURNAL. iJApril's issue continues the useful fiies of articles on 'The Control of i gar Cane Diseases' commenced in i ; previous Issue. In bpnnection r Lh the 'Cheap cugar' propaganda in ; : South, the Journal takes up the * illenge conveyed in recently pub-. ? Jied blaternents as to the alleged . Jdominence of alein labour In the in i stry, and conclusively shows their tter fallacy. Tlie fllustrations, in ad Ion to a general view of the Moreton i ntral Mill and its suroundings, in !de a scries of four views exempll nng the work on a sugar farm, in ialing the planting of cane both by Wd and machine, and the subse i *mt work of hoeing to keep down !i 2 weeds. A very Interesting 'graph* [ -reproduced showing- the course of ? , New York sugar market for the jole of 1922, both for raw and're ' td sugar, the most conspicuous fea ;'e of which Is the remarkahly steady o fronTbeginning to end of the year. !der the heading 'Sugar as a Home [ker in the North' appears from of ..il s...

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Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

Accidenb. Rita .[..i-kson, to years, raiding at ? lympie ro.1'1. Nam!-our, ? wru tre.iteil by the Ambulance brigade i-n the i.'lth for iiK-i.-«.l wounds on \)u: t-fl side of face and nose, as the ri.-j.ult of con tact with some barbed wire n-ar her rtjsidt.ni1-'. First aid was rendered and the patient convoyed to Dr. Penny. On the nth insl. M»ll»a S.-lmlz f9 years; residing at Nudsee, Sandgale Line, was attended by the Ambulance Hrisrutl- for a fractured lliijrh. result ini-- by a fall from a watrgonette at FortM Glen. First aid was fiiv.-n. the sufferer trt'utvd by Tir. Penny, und re mote,! i; the Children's Hospital.' Hri.-bane. . Un the lith at .'{ p.m. Kric Yourrell ;iS-:d 5 years, residing ui Nnrnbour wus attended by the Ambulance for a lacerateil wound on the right heel, caused by * trt-adiiiif on a piece of broken glass at his residence First aid was rendered and Ihe doctor ad vised. From th-.' same cause John Gorman ?; 1C ye.ir-) of Yandina, was treated for a lacerated wound...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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RESTORATION OF TRAINS. A GYMPIE DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

RESTORATION OF TRAINS. ; A GYMPIE DEPUTATION. (The Commissioner for Railways ar ;ied on (jympie last Thursday, and i'.s introduced to two deputation with « request for cerlait improvements A alterations in local- railway mat r.s. Included in Hie list of reforms ns !]ln rpufnrnilnn nf \\\n Tuncrlov l.-.inoon train from Brisbane, known 09 down, and the Wednesday morn K train from Gj-mpie. Tlie Commis ?-ner in reply slated that Tuesday L'hfs train was taken on* after due usiderallon. The Nortti Coast Line uetalile was at present under review, '1 this matter would also be consid ??il. Tho Nambour Chamber of Coin ^rce niiplit 'lemi a helping hand' by inling a similar request to Ihe Com ?jsloner. II Is a long standing gricv ??o right along the line, and it is only j continual agitating will reforms lie Sought about.

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Mooloolah. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

Mooloolah. I SHOW STOCK CHANGES HANDS. »ilfi:'s liny of Host-dale, sire Oxford Jubilee's I'ai.itine, dam Oxford Bell,; -nil, i-wn, r. Mr. II. N. Bray, has chang ed braids tn Mr. W. Smith of Palm woi.ds: likewise Kitty's Emperor of lins.d.il'- to Mr. W. 11. Tiluey, of Upjivr Catiooiture.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

'PH0NB49. j NAMBOUR BAKERTq currie rnwrr, namsour. - WHOLEMEAL BREAD. Bun*, Currant and tulUra LttVM. PASTRY «J»«CIALS DAILY: Jam TarM, Ssusage Rolls. Soones. ? Cream Puffs. Rainbow and otter oake*; . Social* an* Monto Pwtiw oatarwi ; tor. ; . A. D. 1?LOAN, (Lale OLIVER COLLINS) PROPmrron.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

Bartholomew &Cary, .&AWMtLLER8, &c ALL SORTS OP -BUILDING SIZES In S^aaonod Timber*, rough »nd i dreMMf. Alto; Door*, 8a*hM, Moulding*, Fruit « *m, Ac, Ao. ': LOWEST PRICES. Orders loaded on railway trucks free Of charge. t WOOMBVE, N.C.L.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

DINE IN TOWN ? And DINE at Geddles Cafe ! Here'a a Cafe— most Inviting — Serricj first class — Salubrious sur- ! roundlngs — 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 AND THINE! 'Just the Juicy' Fruit Nobby Confectionery. ? . ? * ?Phone 71. E. WELLS, Proprietor. CURRIE STREET, NAMBOUR. Opposite the, Only Brict Building. i Better Growth and Heavier Yields j WITH HUTTON'S SPECIAL FERTILISER HUTTON'S SPEOIAL FERTILISE!! returns to the soil the elements necessary for the healthy growth of plant life. i It Is rich in Phosphoric Acid, Nitrogen and Potash, and its U3e means bsttsr growth and heavier yields. ? AVAILABLE IN ANY QUANTITY. Address enquiries to /. C. HUTTON PTY. LTD.f - ROMA STREET, BRI6BANE. |ir\ Yes Sir, we can Fix up /aW*$ Yonr Car ! ' OgSbK^v u masters not how bad a smash your \p^6J ,vir has been la — If it Is possible to re Returned ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

. . ? 4_ ? ? ,;,',(? tfi , ? ? ? ? jOur MILLINERY DEPART tfl^T j | HAS BEEN FAVOURED WITT;* : 1 1 jl Another Large Parcel -of Smhrt wtfew l] Season's Styles. \\^\ |! j ' Each one different, every one bearing! haw fxclusiveness t that li is won fame for this Department. j j ' ;; X p il he Consignment comprises neat little 'Ruli 0|| of Tinsel h, Ribl^Ljtiny 'Ready to Wears' in Tagel and 6Hip jStfaws, smart j ji V Veloufc, and a nice assortment of Children's 'R-kd||o Wears', i J '''. ??' 1 '? ' ? — i I ' 8»1 : d L- triic certain 'chic' air associated with tliis n-!w{ ilsfiUfive, exclusive jjj yet. tt-\ otning/ 'Millinery characterizes our assortment, j |#f . £ '??:?: :^ VIEW OUR WINDOW DISPLAY, j , |? I ¥ IrniEN— — - '' i ! ft I ? * I ..TAKE A WALK THROUGH OUK— f i | I, I ' - -DRESS DEPARTMEIpil || . | n it you will find the largest and mott varlijd jrkn«|; f the newest j; and rrn it fashionable Dret* Fabrlco for the comingj ?Msoigu- iciudlng: — i '? Serges, Striped and Check all-wool ...

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SPORTING. RUGBY FOOTBALL. NAMBOUR CLUB. MATCH AGAINST VALLEY ON 22ND. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

SPORTING. RUGBY FOOTBALL. NAMBOUR CLUB. MATCH AGAINST VALLEY ON 22ND. Mr. W. Croniu occupied the chair at :i meeting of the above Club on Friday evening last, in (he Commercial Hotel, wlu-re thirty member* were present. .Minutes and correspondence were rc-.id and received. The Valli'j Football tea, It was decided, is to play a match on the Nambour grounds on the 22nd. and to be entertaineil at dinner. A nominal charge of admis sion will be made at the gate. A sub committee was .deputed, 'to meet the members of the Soccer Club, to ar range the fixture dates for the Xam- 1 buur showground, so as to obviate a clash of fixtures by the respective clu'us. The concrete wicket was ord ered to be covered for the football season. la place or Messrs W. Perren and A. Perren, members of the enter tainment committee Who aince their appointment have left the district, and joined Cooroy 'footy' circles, Messrs. W. Milliner and T. Want, were ap pointed. Club delegates to meet Soc cer representatives...

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Palmwoods. MAKING RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

Palmwoods. . . MAKINii RECORDS. Oh (lit1 2t;th February lust ten cows J w.;ri- snbiiiiilfd by Messrs. .1. Duflji-ld I it Sons of l'ainiwo.iiis to the tester. The iivi.-rag..' put uji was 21b. butti-r pt.r h-ail. Five ,,t th-in-liitd l';tn in milk over rii von months! thr,--' ovi-r ilirtc uinilhs, and Ihr oilier Iwn six ?.'.v.!,s. C;,tlli; rn-m' lliis herd have .;i»-ii jiMUiin.-iit i'iiu-«.s in the ilislrkt show prize list, and the above- iik-i;- Ut-lied catti.; »!iuul,l also be heard of later nil. |

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

Personal. Mr. llobert Stewart MeXab. son of Mr. and Mrs. .1. MeXab, ; Yandina1, ha» passed h s l'nal articles as a solicitor, securing an .iverape of 75 p.-'. in ei»rtil papers. Miss dwen Warren's name is men- j tioned.in last Saturday's 'Daily Mail' j ;is a prize winner in the Junior Photo- I ernphie Competition. A production of ! her entry w;is published, and entitled j 'Heady ror the Seaside'. ' ? ' I Mr. Harold T. Webster, formerly or j the staff i4 the Xambour Rural School, j and recently on the Townsville staff of- Messrs. Burns. Philp . hr-s been appointed chief accountant in the offlce* ( of that tlrm at Winton. Mr. Webster i took up his dalies last Tuesday. i Mr. Symes. formerly manager of th. London Bank. Xambour. is at present ] relitving Mr. T. P. Veal of the E. S. A ; A. Bnnk. Yandina. Mr. M. J. Walsh, who acted as head teacher at Rosemount State schooi dur- , ing the absence on leave of Mr. T. Jackson, is at presen. performing duty on the staff of the Bural School Mr. ...

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The Kendenup Co. SETTLERS REFUSE OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

The Kendennp Co. SETTLERS REFUSE OFFER. The sfttl-TS nt thtr K.-ndrnup .-st.itc liUjri- n;fu?--d ;m offer of the tru.--tef to- In- .MM-nlnre holder:, in \U-- Ken denup Company to r;»rry on Hi' cihy dnitor on condition that th,! ininrh.isc prii-e of potatoes, .tomatoes, ani| \u- is shoulit be ri-duciil for 12 months, the trustee In siuanintee Ihe living ??xiicrtss.1* of ne.;dy settlers, but he n-fiiM-l tbr seltlerV rp'iut'St for a corresponding derrcfise in Ibe prii-n of ttir land. The settlers decided to press tin? debenture holders for the contract prirr.* re ccivpj \\'ln*n tin; company went into liquidation. The Federal Minister Tor Works (Mr. ^ti-warti telegraphed that he had niib mitted to the Cabinet tin- representa tions iuihIl' by tho soldier soltlfrs. but the matter could only lie dealt with by the State government, with whom the Commonwealth was prepared to co pentU* in any action taken.

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FACING CIVIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IN U.S.A. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

FAdHQ CIVIC DUTIES AMD RESPONSIBILITIES IM UAH. Th«re are 27.000,000 women of the United States of America who have the baliat. More than il.00O.000 of these art* organised in political or semi- ' political organisations. This was as : element which mere men failed, to ' consider when calculating the political : possibilties of 'the female of the sds- .' cies,' (.13 Kipling would say), when armed 'jvith the particularly deadly weapon if the ballot. 4t would be unjustified to say that womtn are not partisans, yet it is not too much to say that as a political group, women are thinking less of par ty victory, and much more on the task of making their parties worthy of vic tory, than are the men. Moreover, it Is pretty generally recognised in the corridors of the capital, and other pol itical circles, that the women are do- j cidedly disgusted with political slander and the poisoned propaganda of per sonal villiflcation. In the Congres- I slonal elections which took place' last I Xovemb...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Maroochy District Ambulance NAMBOUR CENTRE Q.A.T.B. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

Maroochy District Ambulance NAMBOUR CENTRE Q.A.T.B. Tii.^ nvmthly m----tin? ??( Uv Oral- \ rr.iHf- of the afoovf (???ntr.- w.is ln-'d on | Friday, nth in*t. Pr.wnt : M-s«rs. A.; -:. Wilson ', ehnir';. E. B. Yn\. J. Parry. ; Wm. Wh.ilk-y, R. Lord Yandina!. F. ? F. Walker fEumundi). The Snperin- ! tendent's report showed th.it during ! tli*» month of March, 50 cases w*re at- | tended to, ? as follows: Acci-lt?nts i 6, transports 9, oilier cases sewn; fi. slieht 19. Mileace travelled by Brica.lf motor I SI. Receipts for thf month nmounted to £108, including £10 Gov frnmt.-nt subsidy. Expenditure £S9/7 3, i'-av:n»? bank overdraft :-t March .'list of nr»a/n/it. A fi'.'iturc of the Ambiiiarn-f sports to be held at Yandina on .!un-- ith will be .i competition by first aid trams of four bearers. It was d-'cid«'d to nrn .-fnt an ambulance shield to h? com petvd for r.nniKilly. at the annual ain bulanci- sports to be held in this shlrc A mrdul will also In- presented to each h'\ir-T of the wi...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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N. C. LEAGUE FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

N. C. LEAGUE FIXTURES. The following are the fixtures for the firs: round of the Xorth Coa3t Rugby League: — May 5. Corooy v. Eumundi Yandina v. Nambou ' Cooran v. Pomona Woombye a bye May 12. : Pomona v. Woomiry-! Cooroy v. Cooran , Nambour v. Eumundi ; Yandina a bye. May 19. ' Woombye v. Cooran Eumundi v. Yandina . Pomona v. Cooroy Xambour a bye. May 26. Cooran v. Enmiiniti. Xamhour v. Woombye. Yandina v. Pomona Cooroy a bye. June 2. Eumundi v. Pomona ? Cooroy v. Naasboar Woombye v. Yandina Coona a bye. June 9. i Yandina. t. Cooroy ' Nambonr v. Cooran ; Eumundi t. Woombye Pomona a bye June IS. : Pomona v. Nambour Woombye v. Cooroy ] Cooran t. Yasdioa Eursundi a by* i

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LIFE SAVING [?] CLOSE OF SEASON [?]TIVETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

j LIFE 8AVINO «C )B. Cl-'iSlj (?!'! .-KA.~O.S. : -)} TIV/riK-i. *.' -li ;l-:t|ll-- '..' ti } lp.?i».yilorf ?. UU- T-J II sV Clljf- i:-il I til! 17th i April, i] Wr li::;ilii.'f.-.| - tt- -:.yurl to! clos* ;! '?ji-ason --' { ? Ifi'j -v.*ni'!! j hi, :.-,-! .i.ver. ,,,.-,-H- ' -l-- l-'tl. ; fr-.-n x_- i.A\n: .-.'i-i .^J in.|.: j.'onl ;? of '.:'??,-? I'ji.-rn^- t.*i- :fc -rS ';::d--y, : rc.'i'i'fri- i:V )':?. .Til ;:,~|? ????I'.', -iiirf . I!.; I i:i/ w,.-h'.-. U, yr fc , ' their : a,..,.....'. - « :-n.,r.r,..: v j.hf,l,j^U,. not- \r ? ili-: v-a-..r: i 4 Jii^'iin ot,a'.f *; , wlnt r : , S,l ) ;

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FUTURE DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

FUTURE DATES. April 21.— Public Meeting at Glenview. April 21. — Woodcbop at Mapleton. April 26. — Coin Eveninsr at Williams' Cafe. April 27. — Concert and dance at Petrie Creek Public HaU. April 29.— Maroochy District Hospital Annual Meeting In Town Hall. April 28. — Tenders close for fencing racecourse reserve, Landsborougti April 30. — Public Meeting at Buderim April 30. — Sports, Concert and Dance at Buderim. - May 4. — Euchre Party and Dance at Didillibah State School. May 18. — Collins & Co's Free Day Stunt closes. { May 19. — Yandina Race .Meeting. June 4.— Ambulance Sports at Yandina.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

— — — ?— aifirir' ?'?'?a— ^?ttB^ii—niiiiiii j -*? . b' ? ' . I 13 I ! |Tancy 5/ll|!; U M us! ins uly^f These muslins arc In pink. saxe. sky, m ' hciio. and navy grounds, floral, striped. HVtmircjrriic* fc j and wave effect. Splendid value. Send On»iiaoodt * for patterns ' 5, t Bleached Table Pamask, -sin. wide, -t i ?* ?% y| I tulip and rose designs. Send for our 1/11 yd. m; ' special bargain leaflet * * * * ? Cream Planne'ctte, English make. 26/27 /1/114oz- m ' inches wide **/ Hyds. .^ ; lien's Black Cashmere Half-Hose, all 1 /Q Dr 5 ! wool, seamless * / ** p M [ Men's Stripe*! Cambric Tourist Shirts, K/£ 1 ' sizes K^ to 16J4 «J/ U Si Grand Opening Sale f&TSS1^ I I V. Johns & Company (late Logan's). SOUTH DR15BA.NC j | 131 ' ?' — L-,_—J -Htt^i ? -IP ! ? \ '^Sl ^k b -Iat* 9th B*Mallon') if f^S^^} WHERE THK BOOT* H*VK TONO J t| € P^5^ WHICH SPUK KM* TH««8B» I* 'fi ^airs Genuine Militarv I i B[)ots Just Arrived. jj i I JMNKS: I:* O.OOO. THANKS! i MViV iS-NTiS. iIlK RUI...

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