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First Aid Examinations. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

First Aid Eiaminattwu. \. The *uc!«*fu| student, in ih* -? Sf it First Aid ExaminationH h'.-ld '?? in .'« i- I t.our .--re as follow*: E. 0. J. fi:'!s}-.rij ''merfaiUon;, \V. M. \VhiU-cr***s W\*. j VV. Bycroft, Mi-s. A. LantaiD, Pi»*V. f^rroU. E. R. Parry. .\. jr. LasSEm i teifrUficatei'r. 4

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

D. L. MUBTA6H, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, AND lUftoBESSEP.. FISHING TACKLE BILLIAH05. Maroochydore. SUNSHINE CAFE IN NEW BUILDLNGS. Opposite Pc«t OOC9, NAH80UR. UGUT LUNCHEONS a Speciality. Morning A Afternoon Tea. SODA FOC24TAIN DRINKS, LEMON SQ0ASII. ? JflLK SlUKES, ami DELiaoUS ICES. Hot Pies. Fruit and Lollies. Mr*. L. KES8ION, PwprJetor.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

I Wwfak ACTIVITY BEGINS AT I j I Tyt|herleighs Ltd. |M 1 | If TAKE COVER— , |j ? under a: Hfytherleighs* Australian Big \ j I Woolijj-'fejanket, Eiderdown or Kapok : J j I | iij:|- Quilt ... . I | 9 ; ;:' i ? 1 j ! I ^EJij^ffUL A?JSTRAILAK BIANKCTS j j Brute, single M iize. 28 6. Grey 27 6. ; I ? Hfe. LSrec^iM:!* ?ize, 38 '6. Grey 36 6 ? j \ ?bi:e. o'oubi'e f|^J size. 47, 6. Grey 45/'-. i i Waits, extra ,£mc bed size. 59 6. Grey 57/6. | ! \\ K With ?:.-? }iii Ih'ih-h of clil w.-ather Iho kl.WK-i* curt up tighil7 | I '? :??-, K! .mil i.'i--ii^!|-»'Srn 'cliofrftillv t^ Warm Comfy Beit Coverings. ? | : K VvV i-..\ ?: j.;si J-i-.r-.-.l a H!ii- nn.ee of woollen g(ooil3. I ; P.S3,. Flanse^sj i | fedies* Woollen Sports Coats, Golfers, Jumpers, \ I ; a i ycHteci, Blazers, Scarvea, Etc. ' I : fl? if.-h r.;i l/boif iinnsls In shadow Navy. Nigger Brown, 8ax»v Vlaux | ?To'™ 'NJ Wctc, ptx|g.S 'iard. Value unsurpassed. , ? B Tli.- t:i:iriy fitrfjij ot' Ihi-so wmiIs \v!ili'h eonipriso ,i ?'plcndii...

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

THE BANQUET. A large number of residents had gathered within the precincts of the hall, and at about 4.30 p.m. the doors were opened. Some eighty odd sat down at the two long tables extending almost the full length of the hall, with a table placed on the stage which sat the local commltlefi and visitors di rectly connected with the Ambulance. Mr. Tytherlelgh (chairman of the Shire Council) was the first speaker called on. He congratulated the people on. the success which had attended their efforts in attaining the ambulance The Landsborougti Shire Council had been credited with having good roads and so they had in many places, but from Mooloolah to Landsborough was Impassable. The transport In places would therefore be difficult. The road from Landsborough to Beerwah was good, and the Main Roads Board, had gone on with the Beerburrum to Hie organisation for the rendering of firs! aid to the sick and injured. The ac Coast road, and in addition to the new Landsborough to Maleny road, ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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LANDSBOROUGH & DISTRICT AMBULANCE. Opening of Sub-Centre. SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

l.ANDSBOROUGH & DISTRICT \] . AMBULANCE. ; Opening of Snb-Centre.* \ SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. j-n ?aturJay afternoon last at Lands rcf-Mii?li th«: Q.A.T.B. sub-ccntrc was 'fiipLiIly oponrd by Mr. R. .). Warren i pie proceedings commenced when Jirj H. .1. LayK president oj the local ii--(:cntrc}'rrom the verandah of the u^frrlnlcndcnt's . residence, and In th-- I npcnci- »t over, a hundred spectators, ( ???kilC'l tin; early history of ambulance i -..i tiers in the Uklrict. He then called ? 3 Afr. Warren. A nunioiT of ajioloides for nonat X '.nganee were received, amon*r them lj;i-|ff from the Hon. A. J. Thynne, i rvi'il'Jeol of the i-arent ceatre. , Jjr. WujTcn. then caJIed en by tJie 0 ??.?ident, congratulated the people of ij ;injl5liorouch and district on their en ij i {j^'irKi in the establishment of such ;|i:rfe ambulance sufa-centre of the Q. .4.T.15., which he said, was one of the r lost humane institutions In Uie world. 1 p OJuect being the alleviation of dis t «.^i, and ...

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

Market Report. ikssi's. Uurnes anii Company Liiiiileil to orl ns follnws on their sales for w(] 1; emiliif,' Tuesday. 2 HIi April. 1923: Pi itluce: Maize. Ibis line is in sliorl su i'ly. priers have advanced ami we in ioipale a further rise; whoat. fair .si!| plies, pood Uemand: pumpkins, moci ? r ti: supplies, good demaiid: potatoes ?iv rev, selling wull; luccrn.; eliaff nu.il ?r tc supplies, seliillfr lii.elt rates; ml oil elicifT, plentiful, ;rood tleniatul; I v-! i-ato.n imy chaJT, moderate arrivals. ! se ling readily; lu-.-ornc liny, moderate sil plies, scllin? well; whoatim- straw j ??la IT. little comincr to hand, sellin:; ! w, II. ' j Poultry: Fowls, large suppli. s. mod- j ?it to ilemaml; Turkey lions plentiful, ! ;'??!? demand: Turkey gobblers arriv- ! iij freely, only moderaio demand exist in ; for these: Muscovy ilucks. p!:-n- : tit il. hard to sell: English ducks, i m rhet ov,?r supplied, dull of sale: I pi eons plentiful, fair demand; peese ! in many forward fair deman...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 27 April 1923

SEE BETTER. THE OPTICIAIO TO THE BMS3AKE GENEUAI. HOSPITAL offer some information. 'Spectacle wearers wearing flat form enscs do not know the advantages )f the new TOHIG (or eye curve crises). . Tho TORIC corresponds with tnu mrvalure of the eye, and allows free novoment of the lashes. The ifiorc important bonolit is— the ?onslruition of the Toric enables it t) ?2 won with its edges closed to tho ,rl-il The field of vision is Ihere :?-!-.) increased, as it is impossible for lie wearer to look above, liolow and irounil the sides of the l-na-.-s. as i« ?Ciiatediy dene with great annoyance Alien \vcarinp the Hat form, if thtt ;yes are rotated from their visual ixis. 11 will be a pleasui-c lo demons trato o you on our next visit to your .own and district DUHING MARCH. Millman & Kilgour, 109-171 Adelaide Street, BRISBANE. ********************J J t- 'Titre is * tidt in tfuaffairs 0J ♦ 1 )(. menvahich, taken at Uu flood, * ? K- leads on to fortunt.' * ! I £5,000 5 £ is provided by ...

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

j£»AILL YOSJ WILL LIKE! ; *{ 5$| ' \:wM 'AWE IrOH VOl. TO WIN A £5000 FREE TRIP ACH0?3 ???IE-.?a|S::TlXKNT AT— R(|Ja! Pictures *m saturi\ay_ night, iofli and be ^POTTED! | m ? -4- — Th.HEWT|.t|i- WALLACE will be lntrodui sd |p|loyal Pictures *^t ^ ,„ *'°'*°^ THIS SA1?Fr|1 NIGHT. ^d3©SS A Chance tor%o^||l mn X3UUU ? gjB^ and m«ny ot|er ^|4-bt3 prize., gj OP^'!^^^^^ ^' J~WJ r{ Jl (paramount Qidttre^\ Special if r-Hrjamme/ , f|'.- „ /-'-,^S; ; V -'£? in « tliriUin| :.ri|^.jl other Ihinfisj ,i. /-,] '^'-f^l^^^M (!) he expi!rfr.i-||8i'.ilh a 'Tin1 j ' \ ^,£,i? G&§m&~^ Lizzie' In- j ; f^ ? - j , MM«|* .«ACR|Si|TKffi ' jWA^^^^p CON8T/|V % |AnF7 f^ *' ^ ? ^ in a chick JMjy . M.'f a girl who ^^.cyu^B^ RAC1MC B0MflN4 made the woridS f.aJ \VIT^ CUPID UHDtS TttE BOHNET AND 2 : ,5 S- TtttilUS Or A MUNDPEO tlCAOT-POVEtt. 'Sometlii|u?ilMerent' i AdulU 1/7J 4 1/||-Jh!ldren 9d. ; M^^^^^^ ;^~'-^^^' Reserve y&um}pat at Rbyil Saloons, 4hd. extra t)Ki ^Al- CLEAR NON-S TOP PICTURE...

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

. » ii i h Memonam. !- f TATNELL.— ln.'~Bwl but : iovlnir memory of our d.;ar little SMn- ,lH-ylll» Kvelyn, who panned peacefully jvfey on April l-'ith, 1023. A«ed 2 yi.-urH i month IH days. ; } Oon^ from amongst us. Oh off ws mini* hor, ; !-^ f.ovln? h'.i- dearly her mciiifi rjt will ke«p: :? I - Never till Hfc ends shall we fofl «§ her, Di-ar to our h--art» i» ih« plan^ *ht-ro »h« Ml«i-p8. . ? f Initerted by her lovlnx Brot 'pM und ?SiJtter-ln-ltow, Jim. and May. j I In .irid but lovlnft mcim.ry n« our durlinii -lau(5ht«r ttn«l »l»U;r ; i'lylll* Bv.;lyn T.tiiflll, who paused p- b.Srull'/ away on Krl.lay afternoon Apr 53lh, iw;». :| Oh nhf. wan the pride of our In itj and homo, | And loved by all that hccii h-;r; if ___,« A painful Mhock an awful bWw! 'u- jwT'*' Oh. our little darllnK, w« iuIhh r.iS m. Sh.5 bad« nj- one a fond ffooii- ijJ Sh*; movvd her hand to none i ll«r spirit flew before wy in»,- }.' Thai from u» »ht bait flown. ! . InserleU by Mother, Kath. ' .in-i Sister. WRI...

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Women's Work for Prohibition [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

Women's Work for Prohibition An interesting story eornos to n^ of the work of the women or California in connection with the November elec tions, ami the adoption of the Wrisrht Act, which demands that the state Au thorities enforce tin- eighteenth (Pn-- iiibUinni riinemlnipnt. The people of California had turned down every effort to introduce Prohibi tion. The n'fer-ndiims in 19H, lyifi 101S, and 1020, all pave a majority vote against Prohibition. Then mine National Prohibition, when California was forced to close her saloons. They tun* had two years of prohibition when in November of 1022. a vote was taken on the (iiiesinn of enforcement. Kathlecn-Norrts, ;t well-known novel ist, anil some other lending vvom^n of the State, railed a meetinc ot ladies to meet in Palac Hotel, ?an FninH.^o. Thirteen hundred C 1.300) women re sponded, and an overflow milling had tn be held in the Hotel St. Fran-is. win-re a committee was ffimud whi.-h rapidly in.-reased until there were r- ODD members...

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Labour and Unemployment. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

Labour and Unemployment. Tl-..; !:iv Mr. \v. H. Browne 'enrj. niiinly known as 'Biliy Br^viie'1 ; a (.?nf-tini'1 leader of the yueenslcii-J l.;«l'.ir p:iriy. ..nee said: 'The prin eipal justiik'Mion for the Labor p»rt--- t-\i-t.T...-.' is lhat it is the only 'political p..i--y inai can ever :-ueoj:-siu!lr- rt^al with thf. evil of unemployment.' The late Diviti Bowman, also a La)n.r :eH«l?r and Labor minister, repeatedly m -ertod in Parhameiit and outside. Par- liament that unemployment was ar libewtely bred by uapitalism. and fos tered by capitalistic Governments. 'Put Labor in power,' said Mr. Bow iiitn, 'and unemployment will disap P«ar.' Yet Mr. Bowman' lived to see the Labor Government (of which he- was a memli»r' bombarded by deputations of hopeless 'out of worts' who olaia ?-.lirrd to -the then Premier and Ttea ?ur.-r: -Give us wiirk — give u- wort:. Wv ^-k you for bread, an ye gave us a stone.' Official figures sliow'Uut wlinfrfss in April iOli, Oueenslanj counted 9060 unempl...

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THE BANANA DUTY AGAIN SOUTHERN BANANA AGENTS' PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

THE BANANA DUTY AGAIN SOUTHERN BANANA AGENTS' PROTEST. A southern firm of banana agents writes to th-- following effect relative to lhe cgitatlon to again secure the importation of banana's from Fiji: — 'Xo doubt you are well aware that, there is an active movement to secure tin- importation of Fiji bananas again. »»' wimi ii» itcquauu me yuet.*nsian- growers with the fact that our firm are as much against the importation of these bananas ns th.-y an; themselves. Our banana business is run solely for the handling of Ouornslund und N'ew South Wales bananas and we have never handled a single case of bananas from anywhere else and as we do not intend to do so. the I'iji bananas com ing into our market.* would be equally as drastic t- the prospects of our busi ness as it would be to the banana growers. „ We have heard that it has been said in certain districts that our linn is interested in getting the ban, lifted for the importation »f Fiji bananas. We might say that 'this statement is...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Coin Evening and Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

Coin Evening and Presentation. A very pleasant function took place last Thursday night in Williams' Cafe, in Ihe form of a C-iin Evening and Presentation arranged by the students rf t.ic late first aid class. Hie hall was very tastefully decorated willi hunting and flags lent by Mrs. W. B. Bycrofl. Dancing, r-uehre and competi tions were indulged in 111! 10 o'clock when the pleasure lovers partook of light refreshments. The eatables were supplied by the students of the First Alrt class and other friends, while Mrs. Williams very kindly supplied the coffee. Mrs. (Or.) Short and Mr. P. Collins were tbq respective winners of Hie euchre tournament. Miss L. Cox and Mr. E. H. Parry carried off the hr.i.Iiy juizes. The p.-'ze for guessing advertisement competition was won by Mr \. l-silvion. In the course of tho evening a pre sentation was made to Drs. Shori and Penny by Mr.-Balldon on behalf of the first aid students, as a mark of ap preciation for those gentlemen having rendered their se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

SUNSHINE CAFE IN NEW BUILDINGS, Oppo*lte Poat Offles, NAMBOUR. LIGHT LiniCHEONS a Speciality. Morning A AfUrnoon Tea. SODA FOUNTAIN DHINKS, LEMON SQUASH. ? MILK SHAKES. and DELICIOUS ICES. Hot Pies. Fruit and Lofflec. . j ftlra. L. HE88I0N, ProprMar.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Cooroy. ANZAC SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

Cooroy. ANZAC SEP.VICE. Anzac Day was cciebraied imrc on Wednesday, whec a united service was held in Britain's Picture Hall at 3 pjn. During the^day a larue number of resi dents visifed the enclosure on which the citizens' metnoriil statue is erect ed, and several wnaths were placed weather was inclement there was a very good attendance at the evening service.- Cr. W. I. Ferguson, chair man of the-Noosa Shire Council, pre sided and those pn Uie platform with him were Crs. Douglas and Crank, the Revs.. Palmer (Anglican), Urcn (Me thodist) and Sir. W. H. Archdall, re presenting the local Soldiers' League. Short and appropriate addresses were delivered by the Chairman, and Revs. Pauntr and Uren. Cr. Douglas then moved a resolution of the day, which was seconded by Mr. Bert Martin, the names of those district soldiers who fell during the war. were read out, and one minute's silence was observed. The local choir undei the leadership of Mr. Broom rendered an anthem, also appropriate hymn...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Future of Wool. INCREASE IN THE CLIP ASSURED. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

Fatnre of Woo!. INCREASE IN THE CUP ASSURED. ; It Is doubtful if any commodity ! produced ia th* world Onds such uni | vcrsal u-e *s-wool. With the excep I *fon of -Ji2 Great Indian Empire and China, almost every other Nation re | -nr-i- it as an indispensable basic j material for the supply of its clothim: ; nuu uuiu jii.-rs-juLij aomesne needs, it is singular therefore, even .allowing for war effects, that sheep flocks in' the world bave shown a decline. Stat istics from some of the less advanced countries are certainly not particular ly r?!iable. But the latest estimate, i compiled wi'h every possible accuracy. i s'l'jws that numbers which stooU at [ 618,000,000 in 1914 are now down to ; 087,000,000. i Australia, New Zealand, South Am erica, comprising Argentine, Uruguay, etc.. United State*. South Africa' and the British Isies are the chief factor* | in production in wool ofv attractive i mnufcturing type. In every one at i these countries, except South Africa, 1 !'-.=* sheep ar...

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SIR FRED PICKFORD. [?] to Buderim. BOY [?] SPORTS & CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

SIR 'HIRED PICKFORD, 'ftii to Bnderun. ROY Pf 1^,'g-JI'OUTS A CONr.frUT. As M- ?|;I-S':1S|' lll(- ?!'1' 'i('»' dawned, '?'?''{ ili-^cl thnl wo wore to have ;i ) ?:'$; ! :;iinny il;iy .for ibe Scouts' .« '?'?)') ??nd Sir Alfn-d H. H'iok ford's vl i.jj 'k1 boys were 'i!i'-''rv- ed lo he lij-fprl; from an f.irJy Jimii\ Teetint- l^hig roi.khig Sir Alfred's lunch, an it'-i I- the hundred iinj'one oilier no ?*?}:; ! lliinir.s. Tho ('nion .lack, wll t|i* h'urip's n«'w flajr, ;\vnre hoisted ? ?;ii tall slnff at the ':/-'ate. Waiitlorin -jti' md Ihe oanipAvi1 ?»und most .:,f -jij s .loinp Ihe jobs allott ed them, I'jiil V ;ind well, from vel Inj,' polal ?-?= : ' -1 .-ipples t'- b-\'mi tiie table oi1 c ';Hi| « lirewoi..!. Sir Alfred, Coininissi 'i'«| It- Alexander i.nd party arrive..! si njig. I2.H0 In Mr. Wiililen's car. who tr.iijamoliired Iliem fri)ni WooikIhi 'nigiii).' an informal Inspec tion of II V|-,V h'1 sal-I he iir,d eajijy ed the. B ^»(j| ''ally enormously aiid was Sim- I'? Mys ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

mf^m^^nUi Hospital, : . ?;..? Maud SU, Hvnbour. 'Phone 45.. WORSE (Mrs.).* ADAMS, A.T-NA. Certificates of Loo -.o Obitetclcal Society, Ctayuam Maternity Ho*pltal; and Central Mldwivea' Board. London. .Norse, {fibs,} Beamang CwtfUctUiJ Midwife. au acquired the Reaidcoce of Mr. V. U. Murtagh, BlackaU Terrace. ?. WAMBOUB, ai a Hospital, and will continue to receive patient* as previously. 'Davenport' Private Hotprlal, KEtllUWORTH ROAD, EUMUHDI. ?PhoneT?'). If; -^ NUR6K POLE-HORE Hospital Trained Nurse. State Registered. - ALFRED CROFTS, SLPi., Pharmaceutical Chemltt ? ,and ' ' ' Photographic Depot. ' - n&HBOUR. - All photograshlo Good* at list prices for oash. ?' ^v WIMMER, 'Soft Drink and Cordial . . Mantrfactnrer. Maker ot all klmis of Soft Drink! and Cordials. THE TRADE SUPPUJED. Wlnn*sr)ist prize for Cordlatt -Ttallonal . Show, 1822. Mi^STREET, NAMBOUR. jfc^L. DONALD, . iCpacSbmlder, Wheelwright, 'General Blacksmith. .- f| ?« v.j!-^— . !, g.i';m ? Shoeing. . Ucpalrs. Painti...

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[?] Elections. Mr. [?] WARREN AT [?] [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

l.^§jnba ElecUoii^. r Mr. f*-ii* ? ARREN AT HUNOHV 1 E: » ? j'- ?! i A pti-jlfci I i pling was h^ii'jM Uie ProifrMl *f Sa illun'« room 4t Runchy on Monaif-fy?*' 'lh April, wiica f. large nudienc*??^!1 rlors listened ??5nijn- ad dress ifi-tt* r. R, J. \Vaj*rvtt-! Mr. Jas. \V%'«sM; as voted to lh*ii clialr. He ««to|iV^ ' r. Warren for-'hlf, will ingncssj'f',;^ ?t the electors iji mat ters pe i'itfaii to the sdviuifcetnent of the - -fdm 'I i -ir. T i'IrSl Clvc a resui^'t- itif his own cc u .'*» is with the {l.Jf,, and explain* '^^2 cason why he Vul Join ed tbe ) JifsfSI jnrly. Mr. Warwni Quot ed & fe1 H:'jj- from Hansard jVci. 139 pagd GC ilj-S'lfb r«ad: — : Mr. ^ [vVl«j:i Yo\i .sere offered a Job yoursel! i'^31!. you nol at liic same tune. ! ti'Si ! The fySi^f : I ws.s offcrc-i the job at l'jadi\,y??«i}aj-irity of the snimb-irs who \ve*3f;»j-cted from this si|!e and 1 refuse* Jtdijfocrcpt the Job.- ! Mr. '»§w^i|; 1 refused to ha^ any thine I'itJS jwitli you (Government Iaugi)l...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

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