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Handling of Fruits. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

Handling of Fruits. (I?y Wm. Rowlands, Fruit Packing Ex pert). It is well-known that from the time a grower plants a tree until the time that it has matured fruit, he lias the assistance of nature. If be has intelli gently selected the site for his orchard and used available knowledge in plant ing, cultivating, pruning, spraying, and selection or stocks, Me will always De backed up and assisted by the unfail ing laws of nature, which unceasingly tend toward production. But as soon as the fruit has been produced and re.-ches maturity the life processes .of a truit are started In a direction towards decomposition and does not end until the flesh of the fruit is en tirely disintegrated, & its seed or seeds are exposed and ready for germination. Consequently we see that most people easily attain sufficient knowledge to as sist nature to the end of having beau tiful and delicious fruit bending every branch or twig of a carefully planned orchard; but when we count the num ber of f...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Sir Alfred Pickford at Woombye. Inspection of Troops and Cubs. Banquet Tendered in Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

Sir Alfred Pickf ord at Woombye. Inspection of Troops and Cabs. Banquet Tendered in Evening. Sir Alfred Plekford (Oveftau Commissioner Boy ScouU) was tendered a banquet at Woombye last Monday evening, by the Boy ScouU of that locality. sir Alfred Pickfurd arrived by the mail train. lie inspected the Troop and Cubs attached, and chatted genially with the boys and heard the Wolf Cubs Howl, which runs 'We will du our best,' drawn oul like a dlngoe's yeli, the cubs sitting on their haunches, they then sprang upright while the Sixer Krank Wilton yelled 'Dyb, Dyb, Dyb' (Do Your Best), the pack answering 'We will Dob, Dob, Dob,'- (do our best). Sir Alfred complimented the boys ou Iheir lungs, which he said were a credit to the air of the district. Tho Commissioner then walked through the township, and Joined Mr. Walden, who drove Iiim to Buderim in his car. In tlie evening, on his return. Sir Alfred inspected the club room and compli mented the boys upon ihe line work done in furnishing th...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Montville. PRE-WEDDING EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

Montville. PRE-WEDDING EVENING. A verv eninynblo fw^ninir -was =pfnl in thr prhool of Arts. Monttillo. on Pridav 50-th. Ar-ril at a Kitchen Tea nnraniseri by the Misses Skene and Callachnn. in honour of Jh» anproarh 1ns mama^c of Miss Daisy Butt to Mr. -T. Harvpy. About 00 friends were pr'scnt. and each on*1 presented something useful, from an enamel saurrpan to th« humblp scrubbinc brush. The larpe fable on the stage was quickly covered with Kifls. Dancing and card playinc were the . chief a mupements. Mr. Millet in a very ap prnprinte speech wished the youni? -ni»sls the very best in life, to which Mr. .1. Harvoy very ably responded. A dainty supper was handed round by a host of friends. Afterj couple of songs hy Mr. Millet, dancing was continued till midnight when the singing of *Aul«l Lang Syne' brought a most pleasant evening to a close. The music was supplied by Miss Elsie Skene. ably as sisted by one of her pupils, Mr. John Aird. WEDDING. HARVEY-BUTT. A marriage or much inter...

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Country Party Campaign. MURRUMBA CANDIDATE RECEIVES GOOD SUPPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

Country Party Campaign. MURRUMBA CANDIDATE RECEIVE8 GOOD SUPPORT. Murli intercut is being aroused by the campaign, and although tlie weather was on Hit' unfiiVKUriilif' side last week, yi-t the Country Party can hon estly say their wi-tings wen- fairly well attended, 'id ilml ,'u-ir candidate A. A. James, is l;ein-' ev-.'dingly well received. His aid.- exposition of the policy of Ihe Country party at Day borough amused ken interest. The leader of Ihe parly, W. .1. Vowles Ksi|., accompanied Mr. James to the Dayborou^h district, and reports are to hand (hat it is a long time since such hearty political meetings have been held. In tlie course of his address Mr. .lames said that C-iiinlry Parly sup porters regretted the necessity of'once again proving, in thf face of the bitter attack by the Unit.-d party, that the Murrunib.i is a Country party seat. Three years ago Mr. Warren had car ried the banner of the Country party, and consequently h;id won nut by a large majority. Mr. Warren i.'...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Mooloolah. RECENT SALES OF STUD BOOK CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

Mooloolah. RECENT SALES OF STl'D BOOK CATTLE. The building up of dairy herds in this district with first class stock is forging ahead rapidly, and recent events have shown that sales take place not only within the district, but further afield. The Hosedale Jersey Stud 'Mr. H. M. Bray, owner! has come into the limelieht lately, ami tlemaml has be«-n keen for some of the stock. The fol lowing is a list of sales which took place last week: — Prince Sandy of Rosedale. (Sire, Ox ford Jubilee Palatine, Dam Silver H). sold to Mr. F. Walker, Queen-street, Maryborough. Kitchener of Rosedale. {Sire, Prince Palatine (Imported) and granddaughter of Mr. Benton's well-known cow Stum py) sold to Mr. E. Roderick. Conondale, via Maleny. Lydla's King of Rosedale, (Sire Bee quetts King-. Dam Oxford Lydia, by Prince Palatine), sold to Mr. F. H. Lee, Caboolture. Kin? ln?oda ofilosedale (Sire Bee quette King. Dam Kitty n of Rosedak by Milklad VII) sold to Mr. J. R_ Lee, Caboolture.

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

I IVe offer iair Clients everything that accom- |: E panics exj srt: knowledge of Wool, Stock and |; *?rod|ice,j; jded to careful handling— prompt ?: ? returhs ab iibieral advances. You may do as well | ? elsewhere, )it'c we doubt it— that you can do better f ? eteewjhere ? irppossible. )-. § ! ; I ISJTURMFELS LIMITED | a ! : i ? ) Creek Street. Brisbane \.\ L^MJfill. ? ,11. ? !!!??? l,ll,.«l.r ? IWMm.-J { I RKiOYAL NOTICE. | T|^|tjr4y Studios \ ?ivish to r.otffjithaj tKeir njew Premises in :! I CHAMfiCKS] BUILDINGS \\ 1 ! iJpj'pSlTE tLUB HOTEL \\ I wai!y OPENED FOR BUSINESS on *j! I . Satifetjay, Inarch 24, 1923. . .... jj I Gurrie Street, Nambour. \ \ . ils Your IServou^ System 'on Strike'? , j! ?Are y.;.ur orc-in? fn.i: live whilst the Important contracts of life should : -; »«(? I'.-.rrifl out? SiM-h physical strife is clainterous — for it threaten* ],?' ?r.XlSTENCE IT! KIjF.. ( ?! ? HERS IS AM 0 'PpBTUNITv! to OBTAIN NATURE'S OWN RIMBOIKS J' 1 ; .Conliitting Herbalists. ''?'? I...

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

mmammmmmmi*—m r^ffr' ''? ? 'jH-'.' H-— R°yB Fixtures. ? '~THi l\ !j| ATURE&f NIGHT. ? Soldiei s\ mmorial &dU, May 5th, 1923. t| faT&ovc-m you and t PAioroaW j! «! YOU — AND, YOUTaE. Mint . S seuterl in William -l-: Mi 13 ?? J'.iniindunllF'af/ ^5--r*^ yV ^7 3y- *a produclion of '»oiu lit* h% !? I'aid ''(ir'-» S*. vVaJvs*\*'-^fe3(Si » A BIG PI-JTt-j ?- j i HJ^y^^^^p^ljg^g^P % ''SHE COljlkj J^T M^imu^iDEMiLLE0 * 11 A Bright, nfcsrry $ .'.history of ajl : 1 1; pS^T^Pc^BB/ « girl who dared to dp ) H lbs' becausoi |j: ;''' J^M'! WtMt-&m$jkzi she couldn't ju«t help? ti I 3 }$\ i-^jii' ||Ma^^gWffi Australian -|a&|te- j^^mntmniQidttre :^^& Usual.fea^s l/7iand;.ij (Including Tax). Stt f ^ t PICK OF 1H|JBEST PICTURES. Monday nig^l-l Special Carnival Programme. Big Mother's *if -]-j NEXT WEDNESDAY, Special Picture— ? Mother ikxvE' ToiiiiALL Pictures. This H£i irdav, Mad 5th, 1923. m ? ZANE (J! if ' ?' j Popular &\'\ ?; 'The Mysteriil, J Ki...

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

Namfour's Premier , JOIK^SRY WORKS. Manufacturer of— DOGR5| SASKES, FRENCH AND FAN I IGHTS. CASEMENTS, FRETWORK, LATTICE. Arch «?--] verandah Bracket* out :' to any design. ? l*rge s|ocks of Glass, Putty, and : Joiucry always on hand. \VE mi'E THE MOST COMPLETE PLANT— ijdual to Brisbane's Best. Th?relore^our esteemed order* will be promptly Executed. Give us a trial, and wo: will supply, your needs. $£._ .. ;; . ? ?^?!r^^ P»i|co« below Brisbane. .'?l&KTfilAi; i}BDER WILL ENLIST YOLTI ^i': MiBTjrEa PATHONAGE. . Low Priced High Quality Workmanship rikI Prompt Execution j our Motto. G. E. Attewell, \_ PROPRIETOR. Petrle Creek Road, nr. Ourrlo Street, i NAMBOUR. \ 8PSCJAL IHPORTATION TO [ ' HAJKBOUR. \ Something: Special. [ On Saturday when in Nainbour call [ for a glass of CASTELMAINE'S Famous | '(SJAUGHr; LAGER, to be had only at I - TiHE CLUB HOTEL | N. BRAfb. PROPRIETOR. [ WE SPECIALISE IN HOME SUPPLIES ! '*? 'Privsie' Phone Nainbour 37. f^J j| EUMUNDt. Having Jjurchascd the...

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

=j A. €ampbeli-Wilson, ' 'i Next Commercial Bank, i v ,..£; ; nambour.- : . jj . _ «_ 4, : j OonssKxtton Hour*- « -; ??:: 9 -a-m. Ull MO xun. daily. ? iVWCTfer- ; ?..-.??. : WOOMBYB, irt intf 3rd Tuesdar.. MM.MWOODS. taa and 4th Thursday. 'SANDIKA, i«l sad 3rd Wednesdays flfoOROY, Ind tad, 4th. Tuesdays. POMONA. Srid -and *th Wednesdays. / ? T»h©»» 4.- - -.-.:; I i Victor C. Nash d ... Surgeoa . Dentist 1. nakbour. *'*«, r- ?? -VlSItS:. ???.'? ' ? f .'IVUDERIM 1st Wednesday in each MOtath. ' MAPLETON 3rd ^Wednesday In each sabnth. i-- ': ??'?' '? ? :??''?' '?? '? ? ;; THOKBgB.' P.O. BOX 11. ! S. A. HALL, .: Surgeon Dentist i Currie Street Nambour. I (Over;i~Q. Jones' 3ooi Store). t Hours 8 mm. to &80 p.m. \j.A.McKEE,L.PJS.I. I CHEMIST. . - .. . i Dispensing a Speciality. 1'fcolographic Supplies. li^velopinR and Prilling at Brisbane j , Prices. Currle Street, Nambour. Vhone 86. iil - ? f ? ~~ ' \ Vernon E. White, i, LATE A.I.F. t\ ,-. Anthorised Smrejor, I BUDERIM MOUNTAIN. |...

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Interstate Fruit Specials. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

Interstate Frail Specials. Fruit tr;iin*'' ran by the SoHttieni ?ju» ???Rflnml KniHsrowt-r.i' SocSc'.v t.'f! t . ct.-:tr Wa!!.insr.irra on Frf-Jry :iv' J.'turday for v.erk ending 2Jth April, with ?'.?''J tons, of wtiicl' -I'Jli tons w.r. f-r M-iboum- and 0 J i ton, f..r ~yi !)??-. T'.f fruit -ronsi*ted '.f 10.1 Ji i-'is.-r! r'f which 7.2 i6 cases w^r-; b iP-dia.-. I,.'-£-1 r;tiif* pin»-. j m*-'» pa [?..v^ -:«'* c?*r, citrus, ?'»'-?» n«-t '.?'!?♦- t.ir.l apjl'-.-. 3 case's b'-attT. 1 c.ls-'.J ;t-si'.a fruit. :ind I ba^ of i^.cim -. -;..ii:-y ',,.-k !.-?-'.i ca=*'* mjW. .«?--- ,??:-' '.-.! ??;.:'l- ??. ?'. *?-»* p.ipiv.:- -1 ?'.. - - !.? ?-?)-. -rA i c.-«:-- of pa.,.-'.-,-, fi-uit: .'??? ?!.' urn.- UUt« ~-.'Jit c.i.----:; ' .»nir, ... ;:?-..? ??-:-.?.- j.jnf,. SIS i-iti-ut. '.-'?' ???(.- - i:.Tt.'-d i;.[.i--s. 1 iMse of p;i—i .n fr'!.-. i .-.yt.yf.awth.- Mm t-» 'M«B-'-iri'.'r ! \ V '.'?r,-.; North -«-'a-t Ijnp to M*!riA.i-r. ?l ?-'.?-'? t',n-, --i!d i'i Sy-tn-v. iij to. t'!i! i-;i i.j...

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The Elections. The Case for Unity. Mr. R. J. WARREN AT PALMWOODS [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

The Elections. Tbe Case for Unity. Mr. R. J. WARREN AT PALHWOOD8 A puWlc rnoctinc was held in the Me- I morial Hall on Friday 27th inst. when I Mr. I\. J- Warren addressed the electors. I Councillor H. I.incariJ %vas Toted to the | chair, and Ihpr? was a pood number of electors present. Afl»»r a few brief remarks by the chairman he called upon Mr. Warren to address th? meeting. - Mr. Warren said he was one (if the first members of the Country Part-% but that aftT the recent happenings he could do no other than be ashamed of II. and as that Party was not mak ing for prop-ess and prosperity for the State he felt it his duty to help find some olher means. The one thing that the Country party members wanted was to have a thorough understanding with the Nationalists, 'but one point he wanted to make plain was that the Country party members were.'not al lowed -to -meet tho 'Nationalists. The speaker then gave a brief history of th- events (hat led up to the formation of the United Party, ...

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

MOIY TO WEAR SUITS ;] 3 .ire !«-4# JvLtay by Men «hn in the past bavo always «?»*« j 'i'|* i but irj»i!f i\ i ft;e»5ur? clotht-s. t i li ! ii * { ; '' 1 Otrj^iM ot tlio rra.iy t.. wear suit nwstinn has irstiited m !- »'-» j rh.i«na ifc«V I b--;-miful »uiu. sp«-cia«y cut. ami ma.le wniltr dlrccU«u -' ? i ?in 's?-rfp»!!';r-'. ? ? i I I d^ijfc = and see one of our 3 piece, all wool, pure inci jo| j serge} fjl ftfyc. neatly finished role lapel. 5 pockets, trousci . | 1 hip p x[| \ nnd gaurtlet bottoms at a ridiculous price of— | I ]|| 90/-. 90/-. I * j iiiBw & (Bunneeml ?; -1rYhere joo can always save money', | j .[| YANDINA. f' *^§ Hjalj You Any Good Machinery j Lying Idle? | An»» Ivrwlst useful but for torn* smalt, but essential bolt, » *«|| busntng, butf 3 ate. that you have found It Impossible to rcnlnoe. ,. i I , ^rlng or send the broken part along to th* V ? \ ' I Thi Nambour Motor Garage f I h nd Engineering Works. 1/* [ if ,; WC SPKCMLISK IN 5 *^ ' \ j| -j LATHE WORK | 1...

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MAROOCHYDORE. HOSPITAL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

MAROOCHYDORE. HOSPITAL DANCE. : Ov r 150 persons were present at Ihe !'? u'eilt dance in aid of the M.iroo cl;y I tslrict Ambulance and Hospital tiuol.-ilsi-heme, which was held at Mur t.igli'- Dance Arcade, Maroochydore, on S.ttur lay last, a sum of £10 being real ised .if. purl of the Marooclivdore quota of i'atli Thjidance hall, which with lighting, was, uliit free, of charge by Mr. L. D. Afmj iii, was artistically decorated wl{d jt treamers and balloons and pre sented a striking appearance with the laj'-grf -scmbly of dancers presecl. M!| Simon won a handsome bos of ;cl|i eolates, kindly donated for the ctiocpi ite waltz. ? At 0.30 a streamer and balloon d/tnt-i was held, when Ihe whole of tho d (-orations were lowered among tlii* -J. leers creating great enjoyment. Tl» Committee responsible for the won* ful success of the venture was Me.--S' nes L. D. Murtagh, M. W. 3un inc., p isses M., H., nnd E. ColUns, J. H-.'ll.f! id.M. IK'ury. Messrs. L. D. Mur taijii, . T.Lowe, and a Joh...

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Maleny Show. Show to be Continued on Monday Next. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

Maleny Show. Shi r to be Continued on Monday MflO FJCEWT DISPLAY OF CATTLE. :h -ported in last is.-ue the elements « V ? |i !- much again-t the local show C'liji! l:ee, and at noon on the t-ei-ond d:«v. cecision was, carried lo poMpone Uni [-w to some future date. We.-- t-yjf jfvinds -iirang up In the evening of i J iiay, and ^uce that time the '-i -j-r na- lieen mild and fine. De sni'» i'lc unfavourable conditions the rJiti! 1 xliiblts were something for any (1L-: r It to be proud of. and speaks V'll.ujii* for the keen enthusiasm of ItH ^'eders. All the I.M.S. Classes «((?- ery keenly contested their being i!:j o ti-! clas-es 15 and 19 entries. The jtii l- or these classes. Messrs J. J. Hf t«r and W. Fredericks In their com w.k ill) on the esiiblts remarked on the e^t fictionally good quality of all animals a4' jsJibough some must win, there vui . do animal unworthy of a prize. Tli ? Coiernsey class were not so well rtf ?. =-|-nted, but nevertheless there was S'|i :? j'vt-ry good a...

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

More thin Cawlfss brilliants rare. Health =l?ams joy from everr: facet. Wealth without it brings but care. Health gives vital force unfailing And the courage to endure ? When with thrunic colds you're ailing tlem.-mber Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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Maroochy Show Society. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

Maroodty Show Society. The usual monthly meeting of the general committee was held on April 25 In the secretary's office, those present being Mr. W. Whalley (president) : Mensrs. J. C. Spodc, J. S. Lanham. H. AVhit'cross ; E. B. Fox, J. J. Wilkinson. R. W. M. Steelc; 3. J. Tyrrell; and J. McAlone. Apologies for absence were rec^iverl from Messrs. W. Vf. Mallet and W. Lanham. The minutes or the previous rceeung were read and confirmed. The outward correspondence endorsed, and the in ward received, and deall with as fol lows:— From A. Campbell for space and fee for Merry-Go-Round and Swinging Boat Mr. Wilkinson mover that space be allotted' for £3, deposit 30/. and bal ance at Show. Seconded by Mr. Mc Alone and carried. From A. Campbell asking permission to conduct a get-rich-quick stall .Mr. Pox moved that permission be granted, on condition that, half the proceeds be given the Society, and permission be obtained from the Authorities to run sam'\— Carried. From J. H. Fairfax staling ...

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Public Meeting. IN SUPPORT OF DEHYDRATION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

Public Meeting. IN SUPPORT OF OEHYDRATtOM :: : ? 60KEME. ' A public mccllcg called under the ?usplccs of the Kambour Chamber of Comihcwc was held In the Town Hall on Monday night. Mr. Wm. Whatley (pretiidcnt of the Chamber) occupied the chair. He explained the objects of the Meeting, which was to try and in duce those present to take up shares in the Itcerburrum Co-operative Co'« dc hydriUon factory. There were only 300 shants left to complete the required number, viz. 1500, and he hoped that Ihosti present would take up the re maining few. He called on Mr. Mor ton to address the meeting. Mr. Mor ton explained the effect the dehydration wort; would have on relieving1 the growlers of pines and bananas, and prevont a glut taking place as in former ycarii. He spoke not ae a grower, but as a .shareholder of Hut company. His financial position would not allow of Ills pitting more money into the scheme at Kumbour. but were he in a position to di; so tic would not hesitate about it, aji he...

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

^^Wcafc^ffiii^ for!! I :; ^^ we ATjnounJf. the |Wrival I I OF SAMPLES AND THE jjkRLJY /|ferVAL OF STOCKS OF ? I ^ llli?t^M0t0r |i I Famous ff^S^^ffl) Car; ||i I Which will set a New Standlfd in V^f|e| in the Light Car Class ? | I Up-to-date Del^n and |!o|istruction. I ;. m UglirWdght. High Grade Auatralianfcody. '? 3 s|^4 forwarcl ^ reveraelc Sf0'?1® I '. ? Tunken Axles. Westinghouse Starting fc^ Lighbngf yijem. Consumption 35-40 miea K s 9 16 the gaDon. In fact the most wonderfil value yet|h wht Cars. ? B i^ I ' jjlnspection and Trial Invited H : ? ' J^jm /^K. mn! Book and Secure Early Delivery. « i I 1T% ? ^lr MB / V T| Tl CHADWICK, Nambour. I j I' Vj\w^ J^^« 1 C|iiada Cycle & Motor Agency S | | ? ? COl1^^^ ' ^ - ' I (Queensland) limited, ' ? i k JOHN AIRDrl BLI BLI. ipi 'PHONE NAMBOLIl T3N. ! v P L STYLE in dress means garments made for ' ' R A you individually, and to suit your per- ; ? A. D sonality. This is the reason why clothes ^ ? C I made to your measure by a good ...

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

For Children's Hacking Cough, 3 Woods' Great Peppermint CuivJ

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"OUT OF THE SILENT NORTH" [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 May 1923

'OUT OF THE SILENT NORTW' rranK aiayo has won a niche wiu cinematic Hall of Fame by b'H* a man's man. The success of hls5-c- tures does not depend upon saci»ul elegance or lavish settings. TIijH Is brought out more strongly than *---r m his latest Universal offering, ffnt of the Silent North,' which comiM ?,-- the Town Hall Pictures next Snttr-B'y. It is a tale of Canadian Northlands Wth Nature's rugged beauty as a I'B'k ground. Those who have seen tho Mix ture declare it one of the -best inliio Universal star's career. 8 A sweet, wholesome love-storB a drama of compelling power, IhiinSi'*, pathos, and a touch of tragedy hiljr.: love's sunshine breaks forth at '.hcSml — that's 'The Mysterious Rider,'*!''} newest Sclznick photoplay, which! Is due . at the Town Hall Plcturesjon Saturday. m 'The Mysterious Rider' a Z-ine -???-? story, filmed more powerfully »m ever that wonderfully popular, auttM'^ work has been filmed In the past ?Z'li by Benjamin B. Hampton, at wljB-v; touch the grea...

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