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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
AUCTION SALES. April 2i — Auction Sale, .Woombye bv T. J. Coaldrake. April 21. — Sale of Brookland Bred Jerseys at Maleny by P. E. Moodle April 24. — Dairy Cattle Sale at Thorn ton & MurUgh's Yards. April 26. — Furniture. Tools, etc. .it Thornton A Murtagh's Mart. April 27. — Stud Stock Sales by P. E. Moooie April 28.— 20 Head of Horses at Thornton A Murtaeh's Yap Is. May 5. — Realisation Sale of Agricul ture Farm by Aruthur Martin.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
I . A, Campbell- Wilson, ?*.- I ; Dental Surgeon. 4 '?-.-.?*, Next Commercial Bank, j NAMBOUR. I . Consultation Hour*— j J _9 aim. HU 6.30 pjn. dally. | I WOOMBYE. 1st and 3rd Tuesday, q PALMWOODS, 2nd and 4lh Thursday, j HpTrANDtNA. 1st tnd 3rd Wednesdays 7 3 OOOBOY. 2nd and 4 th Tuesdays. i\ POMONA, 2nd and 4th Wednesdays, v i -PhOtM 4. ; I ? ; ? , ? . ? lr I Victor C. Nash : ? L.D.Q., j Snrgeon Dentist ?J - NAMBOUR. b Si VISITS: si 3 BUDEMM let Wednesday in each . .$ month. .: MAPLETON 3rd Wednesday In each o month. ''*?' . ?PHONE 25. P.O. BOX 11. £ j S. A. HALL, c ? Surgeon Dentist ; Currie Street Nambour. _ ir ? ' (Over J. G. Jones' Boot Slore)T ' ' Hour* 8 «-m. to &3O p.m. : ^ lr J J. A. McKEE k ».????'?? L.P.S.I. I CHEM 1ST ?-? | ''' . HAS OPENED AN ' A § UP-TO-DATE PHARMACY I In CURRIE STREET, NAMBOUR. jj! (In front of Mr. Wilson's Denial $ ? Rooms). *- ; DISPENSING A SPECIALITY. A flood, »tock of Photographic : Requisites. Toilet Preparations. — Best Quality. j Vern...
Eumundi. ANZAC SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Eumundi. -VXZAC SF.RVICE. An Anzac Memorial Service will he held on the evening or April 25th al 8 o'clock sharp under the auspices of the B.S.S.I.L.A. All are retniested to attend. Mr. B. J. Warren. M.L.A. will give an address during the proceed ings and service will be conducted bv the Rev. Ward. Collections will be de voted to lhe Memorial Park funds. Any person interested in the memorial trees is requested to assist in cleaning up lhe inside of tree guards on and be- j fore Anzac Day. j i'HEPARIXG THE FOOTBALL j OBOl'XD. The Kumundi Football Club had a working bee last Week end. quite a number turning out to finish the foot ball grounil in the Memorial Park. Work will be continued from time to j time until the ground is in first class order.
Nambour Chamber of Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Nambonr Chamber of Commerce. ? The .April meeting of the above Chamber took place in Messrs. Thorn ton -fc Murtagh's auction rooms on Tuesday evening last. Mr.-W. Whalley I (president) occupied the chair, inJ the following were «!so presnnJ. -fes- ' srs. A. W. Thmne 'secretanl. R. W. Steele, E. B. Fox, W. Lanham, J. P. i Kearns, S J. Hobson, V. Clark, H. ! Whltecross A: H. Bushne!!, ?. B^n- | dixen, A. A. and C. MTadden. I Minutes of the previous me-;tin? ; were read and confirmed. } Apologies ivere received on- bi'h.V:.' j of Messrs. G. H Thornton (indispo^'i ; 3. T. Lowe, O. Collins, and E. 0. j Perkins (roads unsuitable fur travel- \ ling) Father -Wright' and L. Cu-.ict ! (now at home, and recovering ;-fter j recent illness;. ' w j XE\V MEMBERS. \ Bein? duly nominated for member- ! ship at last meetinc, Messrs. W. J. i B. Kent, E. Kenny, and V. Clark were formally ballotted for and unanimous ly elected ACCOUNTS. The sum of £2 to Evans A Sons for motor boat hire on the occasion of...
Landsborough. OPENING OF AMBULANCE CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Landsborough. OPENING OF AMBULANCE CENTRE. The official function of opening of local Ambulance Centre postponed from last week, is due to take place thii Saturday at 2.30 p.m. On the former occasion his Excellency the Governor had intimated attending and performinc the ceremony, but this time is untb!' to attend. Mr. H. J. Warren, how ever, has been asked, and has agreed to act in the Governor's stead. Provid ing the weather Is favourable a plea sant runclion with a large attendance should result.
Perwillowen School Needs. ESTIMATE OF COST TO BE PREPARES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Perw21owen School Need*. ? ESTIMATE OF COST TO EF! PREPARED. Mr. H. V. \V*!k'.-r M.L.X re-,.:ivui a '.?omraanicutii.-o 'iat**-I !,vie lltfc Jjjni froru th* L'iKler S^creiao' r-jp»rt-fe-'pt Public instruction (Mr. 'B. M^S'tit, -??^rinlin- th* aiioir* school. »m fuil-i^s: 'With tcf-?rtni:e t. --i-ur r--pri;-J*n- Utk-r.s ia ihi tuatUr, I h.ive tli* ri'1;*?! r U» iiiform you that the Work* li. ia\ -. ? a*:nK has bf.ta requestt-U to furmife ;i ; report an/i to-: e^tirxiated cost cf eft k '.- in? the iasprovemenU t« tic Pcrwfc. wen Cr^ei schwjf b-ii!dlnsf as rtqu'jt*. ed by th« *:h-»l committee™. -. i
NO CHEAP SUGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
NO CHEAP SUGAR. I'lie Minister of Customs, Mr. Chap ji, assured a deputation of women I week that the sugar agreement u!d not be renewed, and cheers' re given for the prospective deruc !i in the retail price of sugar after in1 30, when the agreement lapses. I lie probable' elleot, however, (says inith's Weekly'} will be an increase nt least one penny, and perhaps II. a pound, when tlie law of sup f and demand again comes into (?ration in Australia. The Australian j:ar crops during the past three sea ips have been heavy, and this y-»ar ,fre will, probably, be a surplus of .000 tons, worth £3,000,000 when c new season's crop comes on the irket. If the Australian sugar market -re self-contained, in the past, the ico would automatically enme rtmvn alicut -id., which it was expected ? t year that' it would do towards the ?I --f this year. But with the tenriaa ?;i 'f the aKreemenl Australian prices ?i W gowrned by outside conditions. Auxtralia produces about oOO.OOO us of su^sr a year on ...
TIN TOWN NOT WANTED AT MURGON. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
! TIN TO*WN NOT WANTED AT ! ' MURGON. [?Some lime* ago (says South Burn * Times') the Murgon Shire Council uj'a inslrumental in having the Local |lhoritles' Act altered to make it I'ssible for shire councils to proclaim jj'ls (if (he *hiro first class areas ami ilion of the town of Murgon is now I jIudtMi in this cStogoiy. According pile Act, il is laid down that all new [ Idings erected, and repairs made to jf -linp slruclurj-s, must bo of flre stinp materials. At Ihe recent (Ire Murgon, portion of Mr. need's Idiiifr, and part of the kitchen of the ptraliati Hotel were damaged, and as owners are about to effect repairs Council is faced, for the first lime, !i the question as to whether it is sible for the damaged portions to replaced with wood. 'lie question was discussed at the :ting last week, when an applicatiou - received asking permission to rc ?' tlie wall of the office, parllally 1 roved by lire. Vfter discussion it was agreed to nt permission to repair the building li same ...
RETIRING ALLOWANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
RETIRING ALLOWANCES. At the Pioneer Shire Council on Fri ?: »y ?ay- the Maeka? ''Mercury'; in '.h'' course of conversation wbiif a-, wdtis:; :he time to st-'irt ttie-rneetin?. ! it svi.-. stated tfirrrr was a movement j :n '.'-? south to put an ag? limit on 1 -v'Sit- i:!?rks. compelling them hi r»t»r^ i ; at the hzi of *-5. It was stated there-! was a proposed retiring- allowance of ! ? ?ae aiuath'9 full pay for -?very y..»r! ? of s«-vic* of the clerk. Mr. V. Clark. - shir-; c'-?rk, ?aid he hoped it would J;e j ; brought in soon if th-; provUiue w:-* | '. inciu'ied. as he had been more-thaa 31 j I years cl^-rk of the Pioneer Shire C'ius- ] ' ci; -in.1 would be ?stit-«-! U- ahout ! i £*-)00. He was wililcg to retire t.-- i i morrow if he cojiid get that arnoimt, ! Nftediess to say, the matter was not fi ! nalised
New Settlers' League. FORTNIGHTLY NEWSBUDGET No. 23 [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
New Settlers' League. FORTNIGHTLY NEWSBUDGET No. 23 It is regretted that no budget h.is b--en issued lately owing to the I.easpje havinc undertaken !o de.il with .ill cc-!- ton-pfcljine enquiries. Picking is .n II r swing now and as the pressure of work has eased off considerably 11 is hoped to issue ihe budget regul.iriy in the future. FARM LADS. — The 'Orvteto' hitc-ri of 50 English farm lads arrivetl on 2'2 March and every lad was tametliat-'y despatcheit to a pesition. in the coun try. A batch of 71. the largest port. to arrive under the scheme, will arrive by the 'Hobson's Bay' about the 28th April. Tte League will be- gl.i.l li near from farmers and others wishing to engage one of those laits for work in a rural industry. THE PREMIER ON IMMIGRATION : The Premier in his policy speech .it Cairns on the 10th inst. said, in regard to immigration 'The Labour parly re cognises the urgent necessity for ad ditional population. The extent, fer tility, and resources of the St.ite arj su...
Correspondence. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Tennis. At the monthly m«etin« of tho Nam bour Lawn Tennis Aotioclation, .VU»i» D. Tucker ami Mr. .J. Randall wero *e kiujwtijdgcd as winnera of tho ladlo» ,,n'I gent'-« single champlonnhip*. 'Sho White Hone Cuo wfiH hande'l over to the Att.ioclation to by played for under tl.eir iurtiHllction. Immediately after their club fixture*. The return match with Woombye will take place at Woomby» on Sat urday nest, the team will b» a» fnl low*: — Mua^rs. J. Randall, 9. Baildon, J. VVaiicer, and. 9. Storrnontb, h Parlwi' :inii Edgar Pcrren. — Kmergenclfl»: Lea. Perren. J. Perron, H. Smith, and V. Day. Tan annual meetiDg of the NomDour Lawn Tonnit AshocI .Uon wilt ta»-} piaci «t Well's Caf-j ott tfte HtH May. All int^r?«(tc'i are cordially Invited to attend.
SALE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
SALE REPORT. Messrs. Barnes «V Co. report as fol lows on their sales for week cndi-'i Tuesday. 17lh April, 1923. Produce: Maize supplies light, good demand exists for this and the mar j ket is. very Qrm at prices quoted; itolb ; bran and pollard are scarce and selllnc I exceptionally veil; potatoes short sui» j '.ilies, big demand; sweet potatoes I moderate supplies, selling well; pump I kins scarce, good demand; onions few arriving, selling well; lucerne chair I good demand ;: owing lo the rain prio-s receded somewhat but Ihe market ^ Tlrm ft I prices quoted; oale.11 chaff fair , supplies, big ilemanu; Wiicaien bay chaff, scarce, good demand; wheuten straw chuff, litllt! ? coming forw:ir,l I soiling well; lucerne hay scarce, sell ing freely, mixed chr.ff, short supplier ; big demand. Poultry: Fowls continue to arrive freely, and Hie dem;md is only mo'i orale; muscovy ducks plentiful, oV niiind generally poor; ducklings ar riving freely fair demand; Kngiteh ! ducks arriving freely m...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
slanc is always, niiimin.i'in;?, if n- ' invariitMy eloc.-»nt. A motor cyrlisf w-js d--hins al.jnc n ~yr!n.y street th other tl.iy. with his l-.-t cirl i»ereh— ! ? ?n the carrier behind. All w-nt we' until, coin? at a smul rate, the aiaehiii stniok a v--haji«»l drain. The fair lui; ?-' ?Un laailfd on Ifie road, afie*- li'mio? a sfimcrsiiuit. The driver wa.i i^n- r Ajit ..f tlje cirt-imistance. but not su .; small t»i-y, who watched her r-rvoluti-.ia with interest. Then, seeing tlwt tli cyciiat was going on. he yelled out t . him. 'Hey, mister, yer tart's fallen eff the tray.'
Fruit Fly. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Fruit Fly. TJic Minister for Agriculture ami SUa'fc (Honourable W. N. GIIIIck} l)a» made available the following report of Hie ^Entomologist at Slantliorpe, Mr. Hul&rt JcnlB, for Uie montlis of Feb ruary and Marcli, 1923,, with regard lo tbc Fruit Fly:— :.V KPRBVINQ EXPERIMENTS. tjkc continuous dry weather during the jnonth of February proved unfav ourite to fruit fly development, us was} shown by the very marked de creifce In lnfeBtallon by It throughout UilKJ period, and the latter part of .Ian*' uary' also. Although the spraying ei peri|neuts' have been continued wttU boUi.MalleyV Arsenate of Lead. Poison Bail|iSpray, and.ajso Arscpalo of Soda, Sptiiy, tUc results obtained by me have beeii-l)y-no means conclusive, as Hie appironl Immunity from attack of Hie trecS uprayed has been shared also l;y trees unsprayed; and Ibis, even In re latlofl to frulta very attractive to the fruit fly, such as 'Puller's Cling' Peail). * ? ?* Aguiy orcbardlslB, however, claim th« .^erj' best...
What of a Municipality? NAMBOUR'S POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923
What of a Municipality? NAMBOUR'S POSITION. At the Council table on last Mon d.iy. Cr. A. P. Myers sought information ???!i Ihe position in the event of Nam lii-ur establishing a municipality. The infoimatlon secured from tin* answer* supplied by the clerk (Mr. A. Brookes) :'re very interesting: — They arc as follows: ? 1. Who should take the initiative in '.l-.e direction of creating a Municipality — The persons desiring the chance. 2. In lh'. event of a municipality he iiv; created, how is an adjustment of 'bhilities and assets arrived at? — An nflleer from lhe Audit Department would ascertain what percentage of the '?upilal value of the proposed area to *??:? created a municipality is to the cap ital value of the whole shire. Gen onsl assets ami liabilities would b' d'blted and credited to the new area ?ui the basis of the percentage of the capital value. The assets would be a share of oftlr.. furniture, Div. 2 stone qnarry. shir hall furnishings, old Nambour l.md. *hirc hall lan...