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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

!j m&fc TO WEAR SUITS j ; .'are *?-- i&o-^.iy by -f-'n who in tha past have always Wiwc| Son* '* I'jit in t-- !^' ntosure clothes. b S j O - :^ly bf the ready to wear suit question ha* resulted in|Jp-|»- j--asm. a. Jt bt^utiful suiU. spe«IaUy cut, and made under dlrectirtn ft \\h ei\' rt- TfttloS. I i I ; ? i! i ? ' . *. I j a itj atid see one of our 3 piece, all woo), pure int|is| jiirge { $% ^e, neatly finished, role lapel, 5 pockets, rrou|{r| typ p -c en, apd gauntlet bottoms at a ridiculous price of-j'- | ! j I I ;. ma n/-. j i j i | ? jf £ I | IfWSere 70a can always save money', : | j; Ijjl ! YANDINA. I inti ? \T \ mii You Any Good MacbineH I! ]' I i Lying Idle? \ I i * ?' j 1 § It 1 ?' * -t' oUiisrwlM UMful but for torn* tm«ll, but *«««nUal Oo'C 5i«ft, tfadhlng., tv a(jino!«to. that you h«v» found It Imposalbl* to rcplao*. j g ; j i} If *$, b^lno or sMid th» broken part along to th« ?} fiTliij Nambour Motor Garage; . j - i| land Engineering Works, ij M I ii LAT...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

ft For Chililn-n's Harking Cmigh. i« Woods' Urt-at Peppermint Cur.i\*5

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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TRIP TO MAROOCHYDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

TRIP TO MAROOCHYDORE. From various points of the compass came the sound of pipes at the first peep of day on Sunday morning. Some of the visitors slept, others tried* to. and the minority did not desire it. At a little before 8.30 a.m., the band assembled at the tram station, aud with some of the residents, boarded the 'loco which left almost punctually for Deep water. Many folk would have con sidered it a risk to venture forth to the Coast clad in the hcailgear whlch the pipers wore, yet according, to lh-^jir-ieTSLJ-tJ&»-£tVZ.*ttjGr (ul\ uress was ordered, and no one dared to disobey. Accompanying the pipers was the inimltible Willie Anderson. style«l as Queensland's Karry Lauder, who feept the parly in a jocular mood during- the trip and the most part of the day. On arrival at Deepwater, the motor boat trip was undertaken, and the Cotton Tree reached, the journey occupying a little over two hours from. N'ambour. Tim luncheon hampers were left at Mrs. Henry Perren's refresh...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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CARNIVAL WEEK. VISIT OF CALEDONIAN PIPE BRNO. THE WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

CARNIVAL WEES. VISIT OF CALEDONIAN PIPE BAHD. THE WELCOME, i The preparations made by the ^arnl caJ committee for the reception of the Pipe Band were completed by Satur day afternoon last, when at train time a large crowd of Nambour and district residents assembled at the railway sta tion to bid the members of the band welcome. On arrival the officials of the band and committee were intro dr-.ed, and invited by Cr. Harvey icnairman or me Maroochy Shir* Council) to the Royal Hotel. In the coffee room a number of toasts were proposed and honoured. Arter the 'Loyal' had been disposed of, Cr. Harvey proposed 'The Visitors.' He said it afforded him great pleasure to welcome the officials and members of the Caledonian Pipe Band on their first visit to the town of Nambonr. He hoped the visit would be most pleasureable. and a profitable one for the Carnival Committee. He would call on Mr. Thornton to support ' the toast. Mr. Thornton said he had a great admiration for the Pipers and for Sco...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Nambour Turf Club. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

Narsbour Turf Club. COMMITTEE MEETING. At tlie Uoyal Hotel on. Tw-MlJy ovn ing last fist M;iyi the eonimitlee -.r tlu- aliovc club me!. Ms. i-\ Walsh oi'cuplert Ihe chair, :m-I th- f-iMnwinr were ;i!so pr.'sen!: Messrs. :*. l!ir'!'s. .-?. CiUiss, O. tiuruuin. G. -Cnvlcr. II. .Smith. S. J. Hobson, .1. BrttK-. .'. iVBrii'n. A. McKaV. and j. .1 Tyir--!1. The minu'es as read were suloptnl. Accounts to the nmount of il'J/'lo, were passed for payment. Letters from I ho Yandina, Beerburrum, ;ind (jia.ss her.se Mies, llaec Chilis favoured tlic formation of the North Co.ist r,;iei:!4 Assoclation. A lettor also from Hie £outh Durnclt Uaciug AssocUlion ;u; viincol the benoflts of a nu-inc as--.-c- iation. !t was decided lo prepare a spivii I saddling paddock, as a tlesinible adjunct to racing interests. A number oC n*:w Siultlle clullis were, orilcrotl to be procured. The adjourned race moot ing w;is arranged to take place on the 2nd J une next, the same programme to st.-nd. Mr. S. Higgins was...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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4 BUTTER FAT YIELDS. MORE JERSEY RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

4 BUTTER FAT YIELDS. MUllE JERSEY RECORDS. The secretary of the. Jersey *jaltl« Society advises that four more register ed cows have qualified for the Advanced Hi-sistcr of the breed, on 273 di\%- test. Mr. Jo=-. Simisnion's Ft-rn's Barley ci-ru .imp; an ased cow, Uus iiruduce.i 45i lb. butter Tat equal lo 331 !b. but ter. Monarch Juliet, an- aged cow, also the property of Mr. Sinnamon, U is pr--- liuceil 3PG lb. butler fat oqual to iO7 ii-. butter. Mr. T. A. Petherick's TrecaTO'S Tot tie, which was 2 years old at the becin niue of her test, has produced 335 U«. butter fat equal to :194 U-. buttsr. Mr. Cowan Key's Golden Ivy of Sun nymeatie'. which was 2 years old at th-- commencement of hei test, has pro duced 316 lb. butter fat ojual to 371 . lb. butter. j

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

?; Rojfkl Ffktures Sdl. |fij S' HALL ? FiJ^AF TRAflfi LINE. ~ np] !- SATOlSlY. ? j.i; ? i. ? ii_ ? : ? A SWEEPING Itft JfcJ of the roiden jj , ' .^^Rfefefc^ WfM, where men 'I jj- ni-n live and :.! A jg| #g|2*|3£^5-). 'The Criini i ] ,/ P9^f8J||l^ , SPECIAL _P«k lAflrl — *jt ^^ _ |pt#§ JUSTIN f-ft» ON - jag? j 'Bladj* ids' . IS J55J5* // :;„ and a Big Intcrettfrp* '? ucalion Film ^j|Sj ^¥^Ht'S^'i' * . -1*«2*j PARAMOllSr TOWN»; ^ Ip^ ? ' ? rM- U~TlM0AY. Special '1 |r -gram — ' No Show Wednesday) wWHL7ii!i/S MY WANDERING ? -MOY TO-MfHT' v 'LAI-jI j? -VON' in 'THE I S.- rt'MILL'. . ' ' ami H K- j -\r.KOBAT 01'! : (, KATH' and tl''«5ii Jungle Thrill — j — ? — „ ?»» 'THE A|S SNTURESjOF TARZAN' fj jl I. PBICES- — '----)t/i and 1/7J. fe I ? ** 1 ; |l ? TOW HALL! PiGTURES Thi.| [) tturday Ma|^ 12th, 1923. ; I i)i t-LETE CHANGE O = PROGRAME — The original I if, '& only Majestic Panto Kiddies. \\\ '*uiM-oitTKn: by -I— . . . Colin Crane, lc»&«| Boiatotie late nf;J '.C. Williamso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

BXAD 0R1CX tM 'W-'SJkT wflJBrT; , n 9jj General:i3an!llns:;^.dine$s I Savlngs'fean} I Dc;A«}^tmont 1 «f«H Bran«hTC, -n4 Savl^K Bank aE»nci«k%t' Jjai Pwt Offlen ttmwgli H out Dm CommonwaaitK of A'J*tU.T»^r. f --«? of ^**'__HKt'-*''' Ow1'*** *»-''»' H tslandl PratKtanta. and ullwant of 'la Pacffln. J J i J B 3i~ |ntsr«st»^K«o-iaita!Lp to *T^?ij ) H 3% IntarMt airSnountt V*' *1K ?'?'* ?° 4J!-3OO- 3 ^ JAMES KEt-t, J^ Sir.J3ENl3^1^|.VttH_,ER, K.C.M.G. $ TJ-. . --jm.i.)^ _ i^—i1 «p-» r - .. -^F' ' ' ' ^SSSSSS^W^SSfSSSSWBSBSSSSBBO^1^ mi1 ' ii ? ? i i -e=sj»- 1 ; **^7y.~r' ' I At all 5j )da| Fictions i WTTTH a Ml BeaJtj play«; F^o; you are ? VVequippedf^ every social fttn*k|kjajthat the ^ avenge houseb; d expetjienctsi Sf triay be a I ^roup of Bobby] friends5|yho mtwt] ^amus«J. * Or Dorothy an; few i^ inutet^|fi! be spend * ing the evening- gcthetf Itmi^e] ;n be your own intensely ? tsical f tend, '?& ted in the traditions of &; itajFt^ue, ari-iii\xKerto. With your Nevl ikyo...

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Farm and Garden Notes for May. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

Faim and Garden Notes for May. FIELD — May is usually a busy month with the farmer — more particularly the wheatgrower. with whom the nnal pre paration of bis land prior to sowing is the one important question. I_atc ma turing varieties should be in the ground by tiie nsiildle of the month at the latest. ? Ttn: iicccssity of picking .III wheat intended for sowing purpose* is again emphasised; and for general purposes combined with economy In cost of ma terial, the bluestonc and lime solution liolils its own. To those who desire an easier but somewhat more costly meth od of treatment, carbonate of copper at the rate of 1 oz. to the bushel and used in a dry form Is suggested. Potatoes, which in many districts are still somewhat backward, should have by this lime received their final cultivation and hilling-up. The sowing of prairie grass on scrub areas may be continued, but should be finished this month. This is Hie one important question. Late ma well in manv parts of Southern Queens...

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Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

Market Report. Messrs. Barnes & Co. Ltd. report as follows on their sales for week ending Tuesday, 8 th May, 1923: PRODUCE — Maize supplies continue light and the market Is very firm at prices quoted: potatoes very few com ing forward, selling readily: sweet po tatoes, short supplies, good demand: pumpkins, scarce, selling well: luc erne chaff, not much forward, good demand ; lucerne hay, fair supplies sell ing well; oaten chaff, moderate sup plies, good demand; mixed chaff searee. selling readily. POULTRY. — Fowls continue to arrive freely and the market is dull; Eng lish ducks, plenllful, dull of sale; muscovy ducks, arriving freely, poor demand; turkey gobblers arriving freely, moderate demand: turkey hens, fair supplies, medorate demand: geese few arriving .poor demand; plireon.s large lots forward, market dull. L'ggs. supplies have increased, prices have dropped, and the tendency In for ,i further decline. Sales are most diffi cult to make. These remarks apply to all cl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

j Ktme Adams' Private Hospital, ii .??...- KeW '? . sambour. ?? f ? '? ./ ♦ r ? -*»- ***««n« *5. :'. ii RBRSE (Mrs.). ADAMS, ' . f. A.T.N.A. OertlQcales of Loo i^n ;'ii 'Obstetrical Society, Clupuara ?i ? Maternity Hospital; and Central . '???? MldwlveV Board, London. ? ' 5 ? . None (Mrs.) Beaosang - '-. '? OtrtlScatod Midwife. ' ^ ' '' baa acquired the Resideace of Mr. | ! ; t. D. MurUgh, BlackaU Terrace. j V.| NAMBOUR, ; u a. ftospilal, and will continue to ' - receive patients as previously. | ? : ? ? 'Davenport' Private Hospital, i KENILWORTH ROAD, EUMU3DI. ;! 'Phone No. ii. NURSK POLE-HORE ' 1 Hospital Trained Nurse. Slnts Registered. ALFRED CROFTS, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chetnitt ; and f - Photographic Depot. HASSBOUR. All photograjihlo Goodi 6t Us\ [ i prices fcr cash. ! „...-? F. WIMMER, . Soft Drink and Cordial j Manufacturer. : , Maker of all Mods of Soft Drinko and -, Cordials. ! THE TRADE SUPPLIED. t ? ????.. ? Winner let prize for Cordials V National Show, 1822. f . MIL...

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C.S.R. Company. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

C.S.R. Company. HALF-YEARLY mEETINQ. At the half-yearly meeting of the Colonial Sugar Refining Company, Limited held last week, the chairman (Mr. W. E. Knox) in moving the adop tion of the report of the company's business for the half-year ended March 31, said: — 'The past season at our Australian mills was not unsatisfac tory and we had expected, until Jan uary, that we would have a large sup ply of cane this year. But the usual summer rains failed, and though, in the past month, most districts have had good falls, a reduced yield Is in evitable. The Commonwealth has an nounced its intention of withdrawing from the control of the BUgar Industry that has been in force during the past eight years. The connection cannot, however, be severed until the stocks now in store have been refined and sold, and, so far as can now be seen, this will not be completed before Sept ember. Meantime, there will be an accumulation of the Queensland and New South Wales sugar of the 1923 crop, and no con...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

LIME in teoseniog and sweetening the soil paves the Tray for bigger and % better crops. It is Inexpensive to buy, and Its use hat *. wonderfully Invigorating effect on firm and orchard lands. BUY AMBROSE UHE It Is from 95 per cent to 99 per cent, pure, and tne price Is the lowed on the market. ALSO THE NOTED AMBROSE LIME POWDEB. Ambrose Lime Works, AMBROSE, K.C. UHE. |pP£CTACLEs1|| n?«s=st_u_d'» l»»4ia(f vptxtt f.-^? J_^S(2C«5fe.1 with tlw bighi.»t| -^T^ii-££??qciJi2citj o n - inrif ?^K^Q/^1 jr*sl«t exw.-ian.-- : -* wnit tha i\i\s\t. | PLEASE WRITE 7G8 DATE3 OF NEXT VISIT. ** W« do Dot csoTaia from t»'isi to boo** ' A. P. Greenfield & Co. ltd., l»t|1(MrtiSL. SnstaM KMrc%tm IGtm i*n.mitua.

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MAROOCHYDORE. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

HAROOCHYDORE. iCHAMBER OP COMMERCE MEETING. : A rmetinsr of the above Chamber toot place on Tuesday lasl. There were present: Messrs. Lowe (chairman). Butt. Wheeler. Evans. M. P. Evans. H. Perren, White. L. Mnrtagh. D. L. Mur tagh and Buckle (actg. secretary). Previous nihiutes confirmed and inward and outward correspondence was re ceived and endorsed. Messrs. J. T. Lowe and D. L. Mur- ] la eh -were appointed as deputation to the Council to secure permanent sani tary service for the township -which now numbers 154 houses. : A cheque was h ended in by Mrs. L. Mnrtagh to be forwarded as the pro ceeds of the dance held on the 28th of April last. The Chamber unanimously expressed its great appreciation of the generosity and patriotism displayed in raising the first portion of Maroochy dore's quota of £40. O decision was arrived at that an ertainraent be ar ranged by the Chamber of Commerce for the Saturday evening nearest to the next full moon, and that the Progress Association be asked...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Orchard Notes for May. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

Orchard Notes for May. In ihef notes for the past two months the attention of citrus-growers has h*en-4-i!l?iJ to the extreme im portdnct? of their taking every po*? :b.t- care in gathering, handling, pack ing, and marketinr. as the heavy losses that frequently occur in Southern ship ments can only Be prevented by so treating the fredt that it is not brusied or otherwise injured. U has been pointed out that no citrus fruit in which the skin is perfect and free from injury of any kind can become specked or bluemouldy, a? the fungus causing the trouble cannot obtain an entry into any fruit In which the skin is intact. Growers are therefore a gain warned of the risk they run by sending blemished fruit south, and are urged to exercise the greatest care in the handling of their fruit. No sounder advice has been given in these notes than that dealing with the gathering, handling, grading, packing, and market ing, not only of citrus, but of all other classes of fruit. It is equally as impo...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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INTERSTATE FRUIT SPECIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

INTERSTATE FRUIT SPECIALS. Fruit trains run by the SouthAn Queensland Fruitgrowers' Society Ltd. cleared Wallanjrarra on Friday and Saturday for week ending 5th May with 321} tons, of which 2631 tons were for Melbourne and 57} tons for Sydney. The fruit consignment consisted of 8, 726 cases , of which 5,701 cases were bananas, 909 cases pines, 12 cases pa paws, 1,392 cases citrus, 591 cases Sustard apples, 112 cases and bags of beans, 3 cases rosellas, 1 case mixed, 1 case tomatoes and 4 cases cucum bers. Melbourne took 4.840 cases bananas 627 cases pines, 1,344 cases citrus, 2 cases papaws, 9 cases and bags beans and 1 case tomatoes; Syndey taking 861 cases bananas, 282 cases pines, 48 cases citrus, 591 cases custard apples, 10 cases papaws, 103 cases and bags beans, 4 cases cucumbers, 3 cases ro sellas and 1 case mixed. District loadings by tonnage were: — Dayborough Line to Melbourne 8 tons, North Coast Line 199 tons to Mel bourne and 20} tons to Sydney, total 219} tons; South Co...

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THE SOOTCH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

f: tm. 6OOTCH CONCERT. licyonjl the expectation* of Ihf *Tii'.-st KadfniiiR' was the crowd that at tended tlU Scotch Concert in the even in. The i.leople wcr-! In town, and u-- -i'..u!it vijvre anxious io Iind a Jitliug \viiid-upito the day's evi-nts. At '.15 win'ti tli|- doon- opened. Uie ushers J \vcre at 'the Town Hall In force ready t-i ulna Uif tide of Ilie onnish for seats It was opportune that this was so, for Uw demand for seats wu phenomenal, and it is a matter for conjecture if — ~Pi ? F ever such a ir.rB«ii| i packed in tif; hall. All aval)nlc|i| i{ [both icatirir and standing) 'Ir.- ;j* ;j-d of, and Ihp at a very early B-Vfj «.'{'?'* progrs.mnfc. opened with tlf -3;'^ isnnd mar:hii|r on to the stapi.^:; ri.S^'.| tuniultouii ajl plause, and K'v{[i! a«9'ii«htfui cjhlb^ tlon of piping gij li lijiiimiut-. Tl{; Nambour orchelri ii ^|ii-r the baton -[' Mr. S. R. Thorjl §-)j go.-. I, and n:ndtil ed a very llmj j .i, S.iir.n. A p pinj: .march by Mr.'Gjlj ijijlftsed the tiudi ene...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

t-rft ? : ? i* 'iHS -H4 THE NEWEST \ fr*lIH ? ? ; M $Hi of the New ' i I ijl Winter I P:^|J Dress | I ISP Goods. : !. 1 \ li I . ] j I : Werefi't |ve pleased when we opened up our ! ? I i new Eto4 of the latest Winter Fabrics. There t\ ij » seemE'tp-^be a never-ending variety of fashion 1 j nble ^d«4| in varied markings and weaves. | I . Thes* |ne$ji Winter Dress Goods come direct j | £ ;- from Wie Manufacturer and you know that ! | § ' jmeari w|:.can sell at prices that will appeal to IS f ' -V°US ' J « ?6* t ? ? y : i S ;? -j Ther- ar-| Serges and Gabardines, and a big var- '' J] II j| iety i \i : |t!icr materials to choose from. Call 5j «? ' I'm to||ay|at The Willien s Emporium and secure , : P *m ?? jhe ij&te£ial for your new dress. \ |1 r li: 1 1? ? . , .. i i I j' I !? ? I * I Ckrria afreet, Nambour. ? j I I 'Pfdnc f. ! | , S J— U4-U ? $ IBS mjiterl.1 ; Tor cjMi-n,'* ffi WUO. fa«'. lX:.l!f. IE {frown. ir.il !'.l:S(. ^'.' K bettor 'C-unlitil l.Ur Eg anywh, !, for dj!: t...

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

i^. Ill The annual meeting of the S'SjaiSiwr s I Uwn T-jnnls Assoctatlon wll^ |s Bi«W J m W*lt-Cafe on Tharuday, «* i£Ui, 'I at S o'clock. All Interested itrK o/|iH- 1 ally lnvl|e-t to attend. c | i

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Woombye. WEATHER AND CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 May 1923

Woombye. WEATHEH AND CROPS. The recent rains have greatly Im proved the appearance of the distrct; Ihc grass is beginning to grow, but it is feared that the rain was loo late lo improve the quality of the pasturage. The nights are inclined to be chilly, and most vegetation has ceased grow ing for the winter. The cane has been considerably benefited by the down pour and although a little late has' recouped It from the effects of the spell of dry weather. We understand that a large area of cane Is being planted tills year especially In the Keil Mtn. district and DidilHbah and in some cases clearing has begun. A very heavy winter crop of pine apples is expected and despite unfav ourable wcalhcr conditions it gives promise of being of the finest quality. Although tlie citrus crop this year is mi the light side consignments to Bris bane are going forward fairly freely ACCIDENT. Mr. Jorgensen was falling scrub last Monday on Mr. Bennett's property and having finished chopping, jumped off ...

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