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Bli Bli. PHENOMENAL FRUIT OUTPUT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

BB BB. ! I'llK.NOMKXAI, KUUl'P OUTPUT. .'! As ln.licallnir the pmditottvl* ? of th^ fei Ille ilistrli't the heavy loadr. of pmi-4 ? pples »vhleh have bin.'n sent lo c.i-mn-ii4 and s.-.!it»:iTn markets, Ih suffUveul ,.v(4 ilinc,. A total of nhout »,0(H on*i« of pines Imvii been sunt nwny fri'ufi ? the 1st of January to tho present Moi* This IM.-Ik lum tiRun remov.id hv rrotii* lorries rwneil Mr. Mr. T\. Bnneolt ,i,rl ' Mihwn. Alex.iinilor nntl Slrntn hh \v«:fj as the Mornfam Mill tmm. :: f.VmVH AND UTHKFl flflOPi* The dry moiillis experlencdd ilurltiK' Iho urnwIOK ' seiison has naturulty .-ifTeiiteil tlut tillrurt crop, uml nn n r^ suit It will not b« mi Komi an usunL' The cnn-r IomIcm piirtloulnrly woll. nhit record iirop.s 1 nro oxpnotod. - Up it--: H»! present, flfte-un Inchfist of rain !*?* t.eon r«i'or(le-| for tho month. Th-.- prospects on tho wholn arn oxcnllrail for (he comlnK winter. The wlnfrr pines havn nninn on wnll, ami I* ? iimntlty will ('(|im| tho suminur orr-i-j Thi!...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Places and Natural Features of Queensland. FORMATION OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

Places and Natural Features of Queensland. FORMATION OF COMMITTEE. On 2^tli July. 1922. a me-jtin?. eon | ven»d by His- Excellency Sir MaHh-rw ! Nath.in. preiident of the Royal Geo i craphicul Society of Queensland, was ; held in the rooms of th» Royal Oeo eraphieal. Society. Public Library. Wil liam street, Brisbane, for the purpose , of forming a committee to prepare a full and acurate account of the names i of the place* and natural features of Queensland. Efforts had previously been ma?Ie by the Government and by private in-1iv- i'iuals, to collect inforraation on this subject but the work done was spas modic and no attempt had been made at a general collection for the whole of Queensland. Th« tc-sk of preapring- an index of thenatr.es of Queensland places and as certaining their origin, meaning and t'ie [ history is .one calling for sustained rx— j search, the co-onlina'aon of the results of tliat research and Uie application of historical and linguistic criticism before there ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Kenilworth Farmers' Co-operative Society Limited. ANNUAL METING AT EUMUND[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

^enilworth Fanners' Co-operative^ Society limited. '-' ANNUAL METINQ AT EUMUNOI. ' The annual meeting of sh.ireholi'er'U of the obove Society was held In ItifiS School of Arts on Saturday last wilft.^ some twenty odd shareholders pre-;eii-;'.- The directors of the Society presenj,' were: .1. Lamb (chairman), A. --V E. Pickering. S. Kelly, A. E. Cook, ani Randolf-Smith. Messrs. J. \V. Dunie!.; in.iniger) unit A. W. Thynne (s'liei- tor to the Society), were also seat-Mi at the table with the directors. ? ^ niRECTOHS' HEPOHT. 3 Lariies anil Centlemen, — Your Dlrer-J tors tiiive much pleasure in submittl'iK f their report of the Company's operas a tions for the year enileil astlh February. 3 1 3-2.1. .J , inrring th-; year If. mw shareholder^* have been added to tlw register, n.-iii'e- ?* senting an .ulilitioii.il 1.15 shares in tli ? :j C--mi-,«ny, which now lirlngs th» triLii f taken up to dab: to 3.397 shiires. - fk ldiring the year, a Branch Stn-e win \ I'lM-neit at Drooioo, itnd wo...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Nambour Carnival Week. [?]EPARATIONS TAKING DEFINITE FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

Nambonr Carnival Week. EPARATION8 TAKING DEFINITE FORM. Iverflhins Is beginning lo point to n It successful wepli's Carnival in on Ilon with the Kriendly Societies' rl on behalf of the Xambour Hos I and Ambulance. An pnthiisiastii pn'Tpetlc rommittee comprising ^rs. H. Mondientz (chairman), C 'adden (secretary). W. J. Cronh. ?asurer) and Messrs. 5, Baildon. G 1 ham. J. Adsett and T. Eglingtor |i ?? be-n unsamii tor several week. (? Hi'.- mapping out of a scheme t- r! !'? X-imbour's quota, viz. £630. am' i! W\± cr-nni'-:tioD they are rcceivtar li active co-operation of Ihe Hospita hi Ambuiane-:- Committees. On Mon -i evening. May 7th, an attractivi »i -is programme has been arranged ?1. lhe services of Uie Pipe Eand frorr. I! bane, comprising 25 performer; li; : iven secured. A number of High lli items will he submitted during the -!; on a specially ecected platform. A l! class Scotch concert will be sub n ed in the Town Hall on the Mon «j( evening wliilsl ou Tuesday evening tti rish...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Woombye. FRUIT D[?] [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

Wobrtib^. FRUIT IidMhft. The fruit lou li'.ii -' f\k\ ihi week ending 14th lnoSl., i I .ttailisS 941 cases, of which 206 yi^t ?*?' (jij&jistine- ol i cases bananas, 1 j - asa'; igipaws, 201 cases of pines weite (jooii-f.ieil to Syd ney; whilo MelJbloUr le JU)«jk 58 cases, 35 cases being i an: nM;ji|'l 23 ea^es oranges. Facl- ri ilbaijinps lolnll.-i! G77 cases. j ! '.{ ' The .recent ra|nhp \if}' made lln: roads very heavy]p«ii(iij^,5\v iile in sonic parts thev «re a|iit-H:itis) ^=al)le. SIB ALFBEli WUIjKI'Un. Sir Alfred PlejtJM'} ? '.h J vois Cym inibsoiner fur *coii]*i ?'»?; ivi«lHns V\-- Woombye troop lo| M.«-SJ|iJ -', April ,vn. A dinner lias hw'ri irrajiild for d.'.'-i. In welcome liini, patlf:lj. ivnc. rl ??? follow; it is jeSpH^lj. to !-,? an enormous sucetss.! .!» : Sir Alfred will! '-ktl\* Jill 11.14 a.m. ..ad Inspect the \Vi$rtnt~-!M roop of !.?-- bcuuts, ufterwttr-ts'li ' wtt 'o dri-fi: i-- Buderiui l-y Mr. Hvil lM.\f u-re h-: wiil open the sports. jai( intipi -I th...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Coor[?] NOOSA S[?] CIL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

cwl NOOSA Sllillt ji' JJ.VCIL. At the monthjyfr ««if of the Coun cil held last week. 6m| Hv« Councill ors«ind the ch;(ir|n hjiyf v i)resqnl, no doubt owing to-lb- !jri-Vlti--'r conilitions as heavy rain U'ijs bpfy1 i on the day of the meeting.] j\ (]{{^'jtn lieln? pre sent business 'wab C-i;??1 i on, but Ihe meeting was eyenl ijiij-f idjourncd till the following lihit ?({110 « several im portant matters hr*: iJiiS*'! '-l the atlend nncc of a full itri*; fit?t| -'.'..The follow ing accounts |w|- « ;i»»ti''-d for pay ment: From rfhtr hj&!i £JG18/i/!-. Sanitary an. £2« ij/ '.'/f.'ti M road plaut ac. £30/5/0. iT& ! lisrft i.nal balances as on 31st Marclj iiiS:;No. i Credit £2.r)i/C/ll, Nr. \i iliH'J; £1 11/iS/O: No. 3 debit £: i\-( HiSf'Sj (the major portion of tills inic iiii(i'ijil--! refunded by Main Roads I ok I f&t Wages). Hales collected during (Si :]itei«li. No. J, £G i'/9. No. 2-£M,|6/|J& N'-S. '3 tiC/lT) 10. The KinancR rJ»ti7tu9tec recom mended ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Pertinent Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

Pertinent Notes. (By a Nambourita). Some persons coming to the Xorth Coast district of late years, have real ised a competency by frueality and industry, the richness of the land, .ifl'i climatic conditions. Some have left. and rone to another State; others re moved to near the city. They ?eem to have quite forgotten the district, which was the principal niean. of iheir acquiring such an affluent position, others who have done well.' have continued their activities, and assisted the community to progress in no small measure. These deserve not only to be commended for many of their public-spirited actions in many ways, but Mso are entitled to more than the ordinary meed of praise for services rendered in regard to the advancement of the district as a whole. At the seme lime evince a confluence ia the place, and thus give an impetus to others to do likewise, which also tends to raise our town to a position which it is entitled to hold, as' being the centre of one of the most pros pero...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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TO CEMENT HARMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

-TO CEMENT HARMONY. ; Yt :s aio when Gjmpie possessed *ni: ;!;rce tr four bands agitation was , NJtr- ,'rone in favour of an amalwania iftn. ?Mt 7hi- is likely to come to a !|p.i'! ^ seen by the following: — As the ?hi'- : 'if of. he opinion expressed 3t ; '.§?? £ i lutfeliag of the City Council. : q,'A\ fie city band made application t!-u!isidy, delegates repreatjnticc y psd Federal bands met on Monday ii! fin the Town Hall to consider tfye d rstion of amalgamation. The de ifoty. Siajor jAid. Stitt) presided. A f +-:ilay iliscussion took place, and it \ '^i Sciiled that tli«- delegates report i »:tf|B' respective bands, and another rfcfsair will be held on April 30. It I ,' ifli expected the delegates wilt i jrjJM'.o the meeting empowered In chilli a final decision. vl I

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

, '- Dehydration Exhibit. !! i[\ Morton advises us that Mr. Win. ^'iiij ?} has graciously agreed lo make 4 di^ ay window .available to give the | iJil'S an opportunity of seeing the ! Ifcii'iii ful dehydrated products produc ; -|1 ; he local factory during the Gov | trnin iit subsidy run now nearly com i ificlo The exhibit is now beinc nre ii ii .?:??: -hy Mr. Morton. Mr. Bom i' tft!. he future manager of the plan!, v ill ,1 ? only too happy to receive fur ?Aifr!; ipplic;.tion for shares. £1.000 ?i .vrij nf the present issue for shares. I Ns ^ ;'n applied for, thus it seems as .*!ro« lhal the. Co. has come to stay.

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Compulsory Enrolment. FEDERAL ROLL. PENALTIES INFLICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

Compulsory Enrolment. FEDERAL ROLL. PENALTIES INFLICTED. I ('.oiiimnnwvnlth Electoral Ofllcer fi-i- iii-ensl.inil (Mr. V. F. Turner) sf.il to-d.iy that it penally of from ?..';-'- ipwunls was indicted on 1.000 iii'Hj is in this State for failing to se eui'ij ?nrolment or transfer of enrol nien on the Commonwealth Electoral Hull luring lhe quarter ended 31st .\I--ir . 10i,'t. in this connection Mr. Tur r points out that the Common we:: i Electoral Act requires every Hii.-il 'd eleclor. after completing one m'i; 's residence, of a pernianeni i-f'li , at an address, shall ft!! in an! -.i.tffc n the presenVn «f a w-ilntss, a iiiailj for (.nrolment or transfer of en r.ftii it — as the rase requires — an.l -i|itii ;end c;r deliver it to the Coimnon ?.vc.ii Electoral Hepistrar for the Sub iivi: :i com-irned. The penalty for non -mplianre with Ihis section of the Ai-i a line not exceeding two pounds. lU/il here are apparently not aware Ilia ; lere are two electoral rolls, the --m\ -niwoalth...

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No Necessity for Loan. "ENOUGH TILL END OF YEAR." [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

No Necessity for Loan. 'KNOLT.II TILL ENH OF YEAH.' The Premier announced on Friday last that the Government did not in tend at present to seek fresh loan money from overseas. 'There is no necessity, nor will there be any, till the end of the year' added Mr. Theodore, 'to ronsider the notation of an overseas loan.' 'The issues of the Queensland liov ernrnent TiJ per cent stock,' said the i-reiiuer. was ueciaea as i previously announced to test the market by mat ing a local 'over the counter' loan is sue of £100.000, applications Iteinff re -?? Ivablc from February 1 last. No ad vertising was done beyond the mere notification that this stock was avail able, and no propaganda work was un dertaken. 'The total applications received up till the itli instant— that ia practically two months from the d:ite .when the stock was available — amounted to £905 000. The. insurance company which had already purchased £275,000 worth of stock, has intimated that it will take up a further £225,000. Th...

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S.Q.F.S. INTERSTATE FRUIT SPECIALS [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

S.Q.F.S. INTERSTATE FRUIT SPECIALS Fruit trains run by the Southern Queensland Fruitgrowers' Society Ltd. cleared Wallans.irra Friday and S.it urday for week endinir Htft .\prtl, carried 304 1 tons, of which ISO.'tJ tons were Tor Melbourne, and t'lOJ tons were for Sydney. The fruit was packed in 9,10$ cases, of which 7266 cases were bananas. i,2i2 cases pines, 2 cases papaws 518 cases citrus, 1 case toma toes and 219 cases custard apples. Melbourne took G,0t-3 cases banan.is, 930 cases pines, 412 cases citrus, 1 case tomatoes and 2 cases p.ipiws; and Sydney 1,161 cases bananas, :S12 cases pines, 6 cases citrus and 219 cases custard apples. District loading by tonnage wa.-: — Daylinrougli line to Melbourne l&rton. North Co.'st Line 220 tons to Mel bourne, and 18} tons to Sydney, total 238} tons; South Coast Lin.: 67? tons to Melbourne and \0 tons to Sydney, total 1071 tons. The Society's Melbourne represent ative wired under date 13th Inst: — 'Banana choice 31/, good 29/, sma...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Boy Scout Column. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

Boy Scout Column. By 'Lespir.s Panther.' Ono of mx scout 'cobbers' was ior.kinir tiircugii the Melbourne 'Sun N-«- Pictorial' 'for January 13th. Ust ami -? ime across the folJovrinc, which Bhe sent me, ami which I now hand on. a? you, my readers, probably have not seen Mite: — SCOUT IDEALS. Ten Laws for Character Bulldliva. NATION'S GREAT ASSET Not understood. inis is one of th*- troubles of the Scout organisation. Thouch the boys with i.sre arms and slouch hats have lieen familiar figures for a number of ; yearr. it is felt that many people do ! not property undetstand the aims and J ideais of the organisation. I Scouting is triunins for lite. \i \ lirst sight this may not appear so. but the definite 'objectives are s?tf-reHiince soo-i sportmanship, and unselflshness. I It is a character builder, encoufape* handicraft and skill, and promotes Physical development and health know ledge — all most desirable -attributes En boy or man. The scout idea is to get them yonne, iiut there is ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

dommonivcaui ^^fe-lMrtK^Snstmlia I' msono ;.i«ift?k*- srb7«|tr.: ??*' m OPC S*I-3» *i.\. CVA«8Sis iO(f I I General Sankingr Business I Savings S?ank DesMrtment I ««J1 BraneSer. »n.i S.i«in-A$ I.ini: A{HKlc- j *'3» S»o« O«ct» IHro-«ll'» B out the Co^m ,-»-,;?, c' surf t.Tf- jr^i gf ^-|t,«ind N» duifnj, 3gl9m«i H 3'lniticitoi-' r)i.iM»vv ''.T^b «o to £-...»OO. .. . j.iMr.s r.Ef ?- ; .?'? ? ? ,l|n ;wsll-:? K.o*-.r. B III' -».-.!??. i. in -i) aa^^B^^^^Haa .. - - - ;-^-— ^ _________ j H'iiiUf I1 I I11 ! l| Fox-tibt-Oike-stejp ALTHOt 5H father doesn't dance L now i.'v still join; in the fun of the yotficref folks-i-iind has a good time poing it, totpi. ;; -? Later hi \l|l put on f few of his own favfoulfce rolls— vheri all the house-is; stjjj! «mcl only a hialf-ho\ir i and a gooJjsmoke sta iid between I himself ancfi*;lecp. j!;; i Only one hnif-f j'ur— yet full c if che calm that : good music nffl*ys brings— a Solace to tired 'j brain and vvcaSi nerves. 3 'RF A T § * Compaq t npirj I 90-9...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

. I Kone Adam' Private Hospital, I ? Maud SU, Nambour. L ' . *Pbone 46. * -| i .- NUR8C (Mrt.-. ADAMS, ? }-' ..; ?-.-* A.T.N.A. CerUacates of Loo -.a '-??% ??'./ ObttetrJcal Society, ,CUpuam v.} ? Maternlt* Ho*pJUl; and Central ? 'J j; ?. Midwivee' -Board. London. :j None (Mrs.) Beansaog '?':] V vP«ftMlc«tid Mtdwlf*. '?' - baa acquired the Residence of Mr. v ?- 1..VD. Ifurtagh, Bl&ckall Terrace. . ? ;{ NAMBOUR, '?{ ? as a Hospital, and will continue to - . receive patient* as preyionsly. I 'Pavenport' Private Hospital, i .?-??' . ?. ? _ __ I KEHIUVORTH ROAD, EUMUHDI. i Those 'No._ii. ? I HURStf POLE-HORE j Hospital Trained Nurse. 1 ? ? StMc Registered. ~J ~ /JfREb^ CROFTS, Mi»i ? ik Pharmaceutical Chemiit ] - and . ) Photographic Depot. I HCMBOUR. j All pnotograoblo Goodi at Ust ; Miae* tor oath. I' . ' ? : ? ' I F- WIMMER, ; Soft Drink and Cordial -: . Manufacturer. ';! ' Maker of all klnu» of Soft DrlnU and . . Cordials. . | -'. ' THE TRADE SDPPU£D: ^ Winner 1«t prize for ...

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Nambour Turf Club. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

? - I 1 1 , f\ Narabonr Turf Clab. g COMMITTXB MBCTtNO. :-* Al thy r.'oninierclnl Hotel 011 Tui^'i .lay evening lust, tht: tioiniiilltii-j of !h; .Vimbotir Turf Uliih ni-.-l, with Mr. -\* \\'n\nh In thfi chair, wl a K-mii rdl i up of member*. Minufat wens reit'i .ind ijonlirmt-il. Included Ir, i^i; n,iP,.,. ,, pondnncn wm ;i l«lt«r from Iho Uce '!- riiirrurn Mun '.nc. Boivers, .» wi-fary[|i. HiiXKHHtlnK the N'nmbour Ofui) to c:fo) a rn..-etln« for thu purpose of formliM ;i .\orlh Coast Raring .Vrtsoci.illon, |u; taki; plnt;« on Thursil;»y, May 3, nt t.:!*' p.m. In the Roynl Hotel, anil that tWi*. representatives from each of trie fH lowing clubs Y,-.: rcfpicsteil to attend f Kllcoy, Woorlford, Bwrbiirrum. (MwiX hoimo Mtns., B««rw,ih, LandHhoro-itfjii .Vamboiir YintUna, Kumumll Broolril-.; until!, ami Gymptii, ami Coolum . TMm secretary wa» 'rniitiu«ti--| to writ,, tlt-i ahovp mentioned rlub* on Iho propowti:' rack Mitf/riNo os 'nm ?iHth. ; It was ,|.-,jT(r,;,i to hold thf- pontpon^t...

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Soccer Association. DELEGATES MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

Soccer Association. DELEGATES MEETING. A well-attended and enthusiastic meeting of delegates was held on last Saturday evening in the Gedde's Cafe. Mr. Best presided in trie absence of Mr. Gosling, and the meetinc kept up its precedent of disposing of~a vo:ume of business in a siiort time. The forming of a B-gptle Is inevitable as ninety six players were registered, acd probably more to follow. Correspond ence '.eleven letters) cams up for discussion. Mr. L. A. Robinson (of 1 Maplcton), generously donated a. cup ; to be known as tne Robinson Charity Cup. 3-tr. Middleton, of Budertm, also kindly came to the forefront with an offer of a pennant If a B-erade is formed. The secretary of the Sh»w Ground Trustees (Mr. A- W. Thynne! was accorded a hearty vote of tnanlcs for his efforts in ascertainin.' what Saturday's would be free t-- ^naMo the playing of cup and representative matches on the Nambour cround. MATCH WITH NEW ZEALAND TEAM. Prospects are bright for a, match with a New Zealand...

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"Go-to-Church" Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

'Go-i o-Cbnrch' Sunday. Hev. A. '? iraiflKcr Smith, president j of liir Mfej nodist conference. In en forcinc th-.v appeal of the Brisbane Church Foil 'ration to 'Go-to-Chumh' next Sundni. ha)s: — 'God and the !hi maa -oul a « (lie two great faris of life. Just - s the Church spire point-* j upward to \ lie heaven so the Church ! i'-ii neflk» to i-! nt men lo God. Emerson; C 'li^rafcl.; ''Thr |~')ui; of all culture is the; -V: tSSgjJBlure of nJie soul.' The Churcli j '. pvii t.V' only Instilution which stands to ; T;- 1 -iS&rui and iislslon Use culture of iliir j ' -1 human soul Can you afford to n«t ?; f led li*-r ia;$flc«i of worship and *lu:l j V 1 yourt^if off- from all lhe help and in- : \- I fcpiraiion st? ha« to give? By neglect- t v 1 ing t!'*1 W»^ -?«* of worship you wrong j I yourself i»ore deeply than you can | ever wronsifllie Church, or even God! . 1 XjA this apolal decid« you to be a wor ' «bJpp«r oei| jSunday.'

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Sale of Prize Jerseys. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

Sale of Prize Jerseys. Mr. W. W. Mallet, of PerwilU.wen. reports having sold BritUniaV Honour (13i'-) to Mr. R. Crnmm. Daylsford. Mt. Perry line: and Woodbine of Burn Wgh '15 IS) to Mr. H. Kuhn, Nam bour. Recently .Mr. J. B. Gibson of Thorbi. Maleny. wrote tn the 'Live Stock Bulle tin' tellinc of the prosperous appf.ir ahee nl his district, and inciilent.iily the creditable performance ,»f his herd of iS milkers, for the month of Jan uary they produced 1322 Hi. butt-r without the reckoning of ov.rru'— a good performance.

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
S. Q. F. S. SOUTHERN FRUIT REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 April 1923

I S. Q. F. S. v SOinflERN FRUIT REPORT.. The fo'ipwing market report has been received, from our Melbourne Hc presentativ. under dale 14th hist: — Tho v.'ea her is keeping exceptionally fine. The jnarkel is fairly heavily sup plied wit | local . grown soft fruit ; graphs In j articular ate in heavy sup ply. WHIrathe escoplion of apples the quality i3 ljjl good and prices arc low: Bananas; Choice 31/, good quality 29/. email end medium from 16/ to23/ The consif*menU have arrived in good condition. jThe good rains in the fruit areas have! been noted with pleasure by people lu the trado here. Heavier supplies 'X ?? keenly hoped for lu l!ic near futuri. Piiieappii * : The market has Im proved dut'qig the week, sales from 12/ to 14/. TJjere is now very little twaste In tin; con ?Ipnments, and buyers are thus operat ag more keenly. Citrus: i 'ranges selling 20/. There ivouM be :- ready sale for well colour 1 cd 'ruU,- f^JH* jat w -e prices on the Melbourne i niark*t; wire a-s follows: — '...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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