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Accidents. THE WEEK'S CASUALTY LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

Accidents. THE-WEEX'S CASUALTY LIST. At f*...',0 p.m. on the 19th inst. Leslie I'anifll (r.dult) residing at Golden Val ley, received a severe injury lo the l.;ft foot, as 'i result of a hors': which he was ridin? failing on him. First aid v.vs rendered by tho Yandina Ambul ance Hon. Centre, and conveyed to Dr. Short for treatment. .lames Eggmolesse, residing al. Nain bour. was treated on the 20th inst., !|V Ihe V-imlifiiir Amhnhni-u Rpiir-i.f.. for an injury to the left leg. He' was assisting a motor lorry out of a bog h'. tv;ccn Ni'.uibour and Woombye when h-; slipped, th' rear wheel passing over his leg.Fir.st aid was rendered the pa tient, taken home, .and the doctor ad vised. At i.30 p.m. on the second inst, Eric Golischewski (youth) residing at Narn bour, required the services of the Am bulance for an incised wound on thi; left foot near the ankle. Ho was play ing near his residence when he ran against a piece of broken bottle. He n'iTlvpd first did am\ taken to Dr. Jfal alier...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

| Qu? MILLINERY '-DERART&£j5$| I j HAS BEEN. FAVOURED WITH! | Jiff I I Another Large Parcel of Smart] \|M j I 1 Sea80n'8 Styles. | f i j I 'Each one different, every one bearing tkak qjj| |i |iveness j I ^. that has jVon fame for this Department. ;. ff$ i i I *-. ! The Consignment comprises neat little 'Pull ? Op ?'$» ?; Tinsel 1 -^b^on, tj&y 'Ready to Wears'* in Tagel and Chip j I itSS' {. smart i I mL «purs- W^ a n'ce assortment of Children's 'Ready tp* (ears'. j I , Theiicertain 'chic' aJr associated with this new, distil ct|j» Inclusive | I yet becom^jg Millinery 'characterizes our assortment. i r&j \ I ji VIEW OUR WIND0W DISPLAY. i j]|fj: ?P*v ?'?'?*? 'rnifc—'- '???':''- '??''???' ? ?-????? :'? Mk- . . I ^ ;: --r't — TAKE A WALK THROUGH OUH ? : ||Sj|fi I -; ', I DRESS . DEPARTMENT; j | | I In i^you will find the largest and most varied r.mqe ojjjj P nowcot I and most fashionable Drest Fabrics for the coming seauotj, Uif ^9- — I . ' 8«rd««, Striped and Ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

I Bartholomew & Cary, I S/jWmILLERS, Ac 1. ALL,.SCR-^5_O.F. BUILDING SIZES I ^n ftettonM Timber*, rough ?'-? I : «lr*M«d. -_ I Also .$0tirt,v6*ih*4~; Moulding*,-. ,, I ? Fruit abukf. &&£ «&? :' * '? * ': ;' '?? l' I , LOWEST ►RICES. ^ .. I Orders loaded on railway trucks ^free I ...? s; ;ot,cUarge. I WOOMBrE, K.C.L. ?PHONE! 4». | NAMBOUR BAKERY | currhc smerr, mambour. & | WH0LEM8AL BBB.U). I aunt, Cuw*«rtLaiwt Sultana UMt*. f PASTRY SPfOMU OAlkVl « Jam Tarts, Sausage Rolls, S«mes. || Cream Puffs. Rainbow tad oUwr cakM. I Social* and Wento Partf«* eater*d I for. ? .' ? '[ A. D.-~tfL0AN, il.it-? OL1VKR COLLINS) PROPMKTOR.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

' REMO^L NOTICE. n(Md|f|:ay~Studios \ vh to r.otify tf.-i5|t$e!r new Premises in ' ? CHAfiMaKS' BUILDINGS I ,' ' OiiBptrE C1UB HOTEL ' : : ' will bi'pHENED FOR BUSINESS on ? r Saturyjhi, March 24, 4923. . 1 Currie S tj-^jet, Nambour. jE is YrniT' C|youiriystem 'on Strike'? I ?x ?(- your orsr.ins i (Iti*; whilst the important contracts of Uf* should . 'E '.:' c.-nrii'd oin * r M'lifhysical strife is danserous — fop It thrcateni 9 ?? 'vI^TENCE Hi-! lj.^ ~ K MERE IS AN 9PI (jjRtUNlTY to OBTAIN NATURE'S OWN RKMKDII8 ft i^lihilMfi31 Botanic f iiivwmiiio Institute 1 Consiifiihg: Herbalists. |. jWICKHA^fl STpET, ^VALLEY, BRISBANE. 1 AI ..IW'ii'iiS, '? -: .'.;.ni. Piilmwi'oiU Hutri. Hour* 10 a.m. to i p.m.' W --..Aim.»ri;. lf;.i( . -T-i\vi Hall, lining Id ;i.in. to V p.m. .. , !»' 'iUGS ,ii\' .kihi-t r jr unavailing. Their offucts stiinulaU-, BUT Si ? '?CV.lXfl ami C.). ;*k)'i t:iko the place or play tho piirtof NAT- !m 'Jk-S OWN l\KM :i !KH. ^ ? ill j OONsilgt tAinONS ANO ADVICK KREE. ___^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

DINE IN TOWN ? j And DINE at I Geddes Cafe! t Here's a Cafe — most Inviting — Service. first class — Salubrious sur roundings — 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 Df AXD DINE— THOU AND THINE! 'Just the Juicy' Fruit. Nobby Confectionery. 'Phon« 71. E. WELLS, Proprietor. CURR1E STREET, , NAMBOOR. * Opposite the Only B rick Building. j ='-*=—— —————— ——------——-«——«——«-«=—— i ! HUTTON'S I SPECIAL FERTILISER j Produces VIGOROUS, STURDY, EARLY-MATURING CROPS. | PHOSPHORIC ACID, NITROGEN and POTASH are removed from the soil by growing crops. It is necessary to put those elements back again in a form which can be readily dissolved by the -soil. HUTTON'S SPECIAL FERTILISER returns Phosphoric Add, Nitro gen and' Potash in a form which quietly transforms the soil, giving it the rich elements necessary to vigorous, sturdy and early maturing crops. ? ADDRESS YOUR ENQU...

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Correspondence. WOOMBYE-NORTH ARM [?] CLUBS. The Editor "Chronicle," Namb[?]ur [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

Correspondence. 1 WuOMBYE-.NV'HTH AWI K'M: I cum. I The E.litor 'Chronicle.' N.imt-- ur F Sir. — It-'ferpnce to correspon-l- ?'«? in | the Nambour 'Chronicle' ami m|:-.'! 'Times.' re above, fortunately vimS:''- t Iuikhs are a medium jud^mersl ? n- j mean manner and the eitir^l.itrl cf j cviri.»nce will prove c«r.cIus;vt!yBsl' ' | are the sportsmen. I w«nd-'r and fcu'.it j if the sentiments expressed are Iv |ji iy those of the club. B-iih .\..rtiS\r l j and Woi'imbye Cbibs are voLr-pi;'.* Itily rcr-r-'sea'ed on the eoveriunwrfi- i;'. j shirt'ii c-iually in t;ie for-»i-«*iS| ??fi rules which h:ive exis'.eii f. -rB-nv years, thus proving they w.;.- .1 £?;?'- able. In the district c--mp -t!':i jp :! v i ilecision was between Wot tiii-y »;t.S j North Arm. Tho scores beiac i B-1 5 respectively prior to th.' match 'nSi- -- lion. Hid Woombye beer, sir.-.flj-'i: it would have been a tie. an-1 '?'. ¥?,?'.'?-) have been incumbent on b.-tli ;.-,.? i..-,t olt on a neutral ran??, but a- -.: ??; i...

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A CONVENIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

A CONVENIENCE. Provision has bten made for pro curias stamps and cards required under the Workers* Unemployed Insurance Act at all Clerk of Petty S-;saioti3 throughout the State.

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Maleny. FIRST SHOW MEETS THE INEVITABLE WET [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

Maleny. KHIST SHOW MEETS THE IN'CV'T AiiLE WET. An 1' ;: rvcr ai Uie Sl^v. p:\.im.l oi t':e II::-.*. f..\? if I.':..- Show ?' Thursday , ; lvises fiat Hie --i;.iu.il.ee are in ; -rainst II, bill ,-.iv so pl.-ipr : that as {«': a:i permiss ''-:.? i-y t!ie pi. vailing w-. '. conditions, they v:1! |;-.v to contimi' . ;-;id ;?' 'me of vritinc there appears t nc c-.i i-~eaK as I - smiirest nn ip'tuvi1 ir-'iil. it v.: s j.itiabli' to s. ?? 1-- ,on -!tio: s. m-iil .;nii slush ev-ry-v!i rv. th-- a'.tcnu'.-ls. Ihe catl-e ov.aeio. th-- v.-jrkers, all out in the weather. d»* I rmir -I. though t! ? cattle e-' ibil. v,-,-rt m-M'.h more nuv.v?rmis !*inr. ^pr ti'tors. to carry -.ii «-?' sec it fhr ugh. \\hi!-- 1 .any :-!iov.v in Ihis v.et belt ar often afiUeivd ::i t;;o s.in.c wu;.\ it seem r-nlly hard that on the occasion c' t'-e i:r: ! t-lv \v, ?.v.'th which il ,-.ui in ,lrnd- d to i:iaic the 1-est i!is;.:-.iy pus s:'ile, and which promised well, ha hi en so uuiifeU. AN'ZAJ JEI=.VIC:C=. Anzac Da...

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Nambour Dramatic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

Nambocr Dramatic Club. The above rlnh is n^w irik-nz lr;e initial preparations for -.t.isinir :hoir usual liish class pp .diictions en S'io-v nt'hts in July next. A rahy it ttic mn!'- m.'inbi'rs r-f the --ii:ii is ti-iny called fur to rcnov.il.- the s.v.-n-ry i-U: which is :;tored ir. t';-- T; :\~: -MII. be iV.ro rornmi-ncintr rehearsals. Tiio rluh is orfranisinsr a Euchre Party anrl itanci1 ♦(- t.ikr piare in the Hill on the Wed nesday of Carnival week in aid of the Carnival funds.

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Mooloolah. VOTE OF CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

Mooloolah. VOTE OF CONFIDENCE. Mr. H. J. Warren, the endorsei: VnlWd Parly candidate, a'l.uv:..-.?.! the ei.ct'irs of Muotoolaii on Tuesday ni^ht. CoiiT'cii'i-r Briy presided. A* tl:-- termination of his remarks whicl' v. re wel!-reeelved. a-vote of con fi 'ence in the United Party and can d! 'ate was carried. Mr. Warren \itl ... j\-iuuiuia vii ,- cuui-j?'ja» liii'iiuu— :'ii E.uiiuniii to be present at the servicf in eomemmoration of Anzac Day. He is one of those sincere 'diggers' v-'w downs tools ua Uie Australian soldier's day, md would e\«n riik hU seat than lose the opportunity o! he'r? iiresent. W. T3pr^r, Palmwoods. The followin? will represent Nain \-car 'E' Orad? in their match acuicsl Yandina 'B' at YaniUn;i on Satun!-;-. Full U.wV, R. Nipperess; 3/4. W. Chap man. H. Cronin. W. Banoy. J. Kenny; .'--. it. Freeman: 1, K. Crufis; ror winl.». P. Warner. F. Stcbert, H. Kont, R. ^liuUU'vvood. R. Tucker, sn'i C. Stvwar*. un t-atur-lay n--\t a lean) fr.,111 CoorpariHi . Brishonf) w...

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U.A.O.D. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

UJLO.D. Th*- usual fortnightly m.-eling of thp K. A. ?-. D. Star of Marooehy Lmure was held at the \.-*\z» Room, WiUUnvi' C--fo. on Tuesday 17th inst. Arrh Druid Bro. p. Collins presiding ov.-r ,i very fair attendance of members. The sec retary ;Ds\.. .V. J. Williams) eulogised the phenom.t'«! progress the branch and concratulated thost m--n:!.ers of the order who were instrumental in so many additions to the rank-*. Bro. P. W. Carroll, reprvsenUitive to th-; Grand Lodge Session in Brisbane presented his report and was accorded a h-.irty vote of thanks for his comprvhinsi.--* statement. The Secretary of the Biby Competition sub-comir.it ti'f \M'.-. W. J. Croninl reported on the pm^ress of thf Druid's candidate CM.i.-Ot Allan James Capper' and pointed out that satisfactory progress w;is being tn.ule. The mvtin.c ili'cid.'d to arrange a dis piiy for lli-* procession on Carnival Hay. thv details being t--ft 1-. .i --il-- rommittet-.

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Anzac Day Celebrations at Nambour. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

Anzac Day Celebrations at Nambour. Anzac Day was suitably and reverent ly celebrated in Nambour on Wednes day. In the morning a Memorial Ser vice was held in IV Nambour Cemetery and the mtme-rial which was recently erected to the memory of Benjamin Nosworthy was unveiled. 'Banjo' Xoisworthy was. a youn? msn who lost his lire at Maivochydore early in Oct ober List when, displaying in civil life that bravery and coolness he bad dis played nn Gallipoli and in the fields or France, he pave his lifr in endeavour ing to save others from drowning. There was a very representative ,it tenoance of the sren«ra! puMic includ Intr many returned men and relative*, the total attendance beins over on': hutuiivd. Mr. A. H. Brookes , clerk of the M.ir oochy Shire Council) in opening the proceedings referred to the sacrifices that had been made to maintain thr freedom of Australia and the integrity and honour of Ihv British Empire, and said that no respect was too great to iccord to our honoured dead ...

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Woombye. ANZAC CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

* Woombye. ANZAC CELEBK.\TION.«. The Usual open air parade on Anz;n i»ay was jttere.l (bis year on account of the um-rrlainty ?-{ lh-.- weather and a largely attended service was held in the school or Arts. The Rev. K. A. Malcolm was the preacher, who think e-i the L*a«ur* Tor honouring him — second time in asking him to take ;ni Ansi-r service in Woornbye. Continu ing, h«- referred t(f Um evident attempt to secularise the ilay and urjn-d its' re tention a* a day of solemn memorial. Anzae fiay was {he reminder of de- d-, of heroism ;inil devotion, no less than !5 per cent, ot our volunteers liiyin,- | down their lives for Kin^ and Country. 1 such a great sacrifice i3 worthy of re- ! meuitrance. Incidentally thi A.I.V. had m.»ii': Austr.iiu famous, deeds of valour at Anzae Bay, Quirni'* Post, Viilers Brettneaux, .Vroiens and a host of other places inscribing her name on the scr-/U ?it fame in letters of flre and bi-«-il. One minute's silence wa3 obscrve'l, after which the Dead March ...

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Shooting Accident Proves Fats [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

Sbooiiag Acc««;i|| ' oves Fatf\ Advice recWv.fc; rj-ujS -ur «-i,rro#i ' v tieul ;-t Montviilii n Kg :-.iay morninu last, rtat.-.i th-.ii',i..V:ia -U:n i-r '.he t!un.tUn;; ;uoUl.'*.!, .it?!3 tiUili,- Fr;.uU | Hiron) afkr !-iis| .*?. liif i .:,? i!i.- »r:s liano «^«-n.'!vil llt-ii!»t ha a!l off.-rt^ I to -.ive bi- 111* i'\-\$X, ?tt!--. .-in-i th.it he (ik'd ot -in ?f.:!-||| ' 'ii 'l'u-.-ii.iy I iiujniin?. I'll- f r i;j!-\ -.:i.:.-ir--:l in i Toowon^- otnivljf } |ij3 ;..:;,,v.iut: ..i iy. i Much ' sytiipsthv?.) r-s| -? t),-- jvr. !U-! ;!???- J.iluily. ?v.-hift -ri :- '? T-.-riilents or Moiitvillc v;iiid -|J:ri{i| i The M:-ro.n-li| (.A:jl| .i.-;.-f lirii: i !.?, «ur --oirc-|'.i:i''|{ ji|' r -.vr :- s. ' .!.^.:rv^ th,, -.«;?; f^.j,. awn r.,r! ;ille!-;|,titt|.' tins jjijniSi il\-: latl.-r ;, .r: ..f v.Mi-'i «;-* i t-iH&a.Jt-.io inilv1- or i S;l :

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PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

PAINFUL ACCIDENT. Mr. Edwartl Tliomas on Friday last while carpentering on the extension at present in progress on Mr. Wra. Whalley's premises, and as a result of the saw he was using slipping. suTer ed a nasty cut on the thumb, which r.-auired medical attention and three ;-»!ches.

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Our District's New Industry. DEHYDRATION AND ITS POSSIBILITIES. Pineapples and Bananas. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

Our District's New Industry. DEHYDRATION AND ITS POSSI BILITIES. Pineapples and Bananas. »Y J. H. MORETOX, A.M.UM.E. i -n the. eve or my departure Trom this Iwnuliful and prttduelive dlslrict, and In the issue of the 'Chronicle' prior to the termination of the present share Issue for the continuance of this important industry that I have had, the privilege to fniiiate on behalf of the Beerburrum Co-operative Co.. Ltd.. I am by .courtesy of thn editor of this paper, enabled to have a farewell word with my many friends and ac quaintances on the land -as well- as in ihe town. . i HAS THE 'NEW INDUSTRY COME TO STAY.? That question is in the minds of all. Everyone agrees that the products ire a * beautiful sample, and naturally another question is CAX THEY BE PROFITABLY SOLD? This has been eloquently answered by a Health Company of Brisbane placing an order at once at profitable prices upon seeing the ilrst output of -iehy- ilrated pineapples and bananas from Hie factory. Mr. Wbaliey, of...

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North Arm. COMPANY FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

North Arm. COMPANY FORMED. Owing to the rapW expiniion of hu?' ncss Mr. R. Ru*s*:U has foun-i it necessary to float his sawmill plant into a limited liability company or 10.000 shares of £1 each. Mr. R. Russell, manager, and Mr. T. U. Mathleson ar-Tthe first twr- director*. Other subscribers to the concern are .urn. n. nusseu 01 .-ono -;UTn, .Mrs. 1. R. Malhieson of Clayfield, and Mr. \V. Danvcn of North tern. PERSONAL. Mr. A. E. Plint has almost completed his now grocery store. The Yandina footballers were de feated by (he Pomona Rugby Leasnie team at the former place on Saturilav, by 3 points to nil. TRAMWAY PROPOSAL. A meeting of fanners is to be h^I-i next week for the purpose of sending a deputation to the Mt. Bauple Mill authorities asking them to constnict a tramline to Yandina Creek, wfcer-1 3.000 acres of land suitable for cane srowinc is situated. N TENNIS. A team of tennis players represent ing North Ann defeated the \Voomby-.- School Cluh at Mr, R. Russell's court on Mon...

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"Diggers Wake Up." OPEN LETTER TO NAMBOUR SUB-BRANCH. R.S.S.I.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

'Diggers Wake Up.' OPEX LETTEB TO XAMBOCR SUB B RANCH. R.S.S.I.L.A. Dear Fellow Members, I think you have shown considerable laxity re the 1523 celebration of Anzac Day. Last night (25th) while walk ing back from the Railway Station about eight. I was struck by the incon gruity — This was Anzac night — the hotels were closed, so was the town hall, where there should have been a packed public meeting, and on the other hand in the Soldiers' Memorial Hall — remember the. name — a p'ctoe show was In full biasL Y'et nearly 7000 Anzacs fell on this day or there abouts and everywhere in the cities there was a public meeting- to express the feelings of the citizens.But not inNambour. Why. I wonder? Yesterday afternoon there was .1 fine turnout in Pomona. The shop^ were closed from noon, at 2.30 w nil Tath ered in the hall. The returned men under Lieut. Arehdall marched to the hall, two hymns were sung, the Chair- 1 man of the Shire very properly was j there and conducted the proceedings, j ...

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In the Lodge Room. NAMBOUR LODGE M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

Is the Lodge Room. NAMBOUR LODGE W.U.I.O.O.F. Thf Loyni Natnbo'ir L«'dse met in the Williams' Cafe r-n Tues-lay 'venin? last, when Bro. Warnock. N.O^ presided over a good attendance of brethren. Routine business was transacted, and two propositions of candidates for ad missin as members accepted. Br. Gf. I^inham resigned as financial secretary, and Bro. Warnoc.k was appointed in his stfad and will take over his duties at the beginning of the financial half-year. Sympathy with Bro. Jack Richardson was expressed, and the required sick pay pass-'.L It was decided to make a display' in the May Day Carnival pro fession, and that if the Eumund: branch were not doing likewise, to seek their co-operation. Arrangements were dis rus.---d and finalised, for the visit of the Grand L'd?e officer? to Nambour on May 1st. Representative* from the kindred societies are to be invited, and the formal invitation will bo extended lo the lodges concerned at the Friendly Societies' Association raeeU'nc du...

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Recent Drowning Accident at Maroochydore. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

Recent Drowning Accident at Maroochydore. A magisterial inquiry was held be fore Mr. .7. Burrows .T.P.. in Brisbane on Tuesday, into the circumstances surrounding the death or Elizabeth Jane Morreil. a married woman, who was drowned at Maroochydore, under very sad circumstances on the 27th January last. Acting Serjeant .!. Green fRoma street} condueted th ororeedinirs. Josenh James Rt»Mst' of WylcclifTe-street. Albion, physical di rector, Brisbane Gymnasium, stated Hint he and his wire were spending a holiday at Maroochydore at the time of Ihe fatality. About 9 a.m. on .lanii.ir; 27. hearing thnt-a woman was drowned in Ihe Maroochy river, he'haslened to the beach, where he saw a woman ly ing fare downwards, just about th edgi' of the water, which was washinjr over her. The husband or the de eeasLiI was near by in a state or col lapse. Witness, with the assistance of his wire, carried Ihe body on to the dry sand, and immediately resorted to Schafer's method of resuscitation. 1U conti...

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