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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

? DO YOU LIKE-— |1 ' jjH ! Smari.Hb| \®riff? Why, of course- — |-I3;| body d-ji 4| '* TIimi you should see Ui'esu Vau'ifui ]4Sfi silk %v-' a1 r'r showing. We say. ami make- no hr*L-itV Mf ying:, Ui.-d %m inl ine ilncnt. range of SMABT SULK IlOSlf «| the fiiMri.U 1 -| 1 The Jlnw quoted Dire are all of lie ?? ^ Hi vn BONi:-'S.] S'fj facture, arc mad.; in Australia. lh-r.ifi.r-; ?|«fi f'-r ('uTfi'i r' Dial's good and dependafol?. Ar.-ilti, Un- ?? - U^Blps depi-.ndabij- i** 1 the Hosiery you should buy. ... 1 jlsfl|lj ' r;fi: BOND'S YELLOW Dl'AWijaHjb HOSEJl |)?|- No. 1.— BOND'S YELLOW DIAMON! SHk h.« !egj Wine Art Silk, reinforced heels and toes, and s.jS^iened top: jo* fine ; lisle. Black only. 2/11 pr. ,; f j| \V\ No. 2. — Better Quality Blaclc, White* ;1»''. Nigger . fc'tTan ' 3/'e^ -. ??-. M \ffl ? (|: .' No. 3.— ART SILK LEG HOSE. BiackhWj , Grey, Nifefc.-jand It Tan, 6/6 pair. . , j ^ilHd , Ml No. 4.— BOND'S TRIPLE WEARir|OS| ffliverlasting ijlj The (strongest silken - hose - mon...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

i Bartholomew & Cary, | I 8AWBILLKR8, Ac i ? j '? ? ? ' ?? : | ;ALL SORTS OF BUJLDING SIZES ?. I'-; In Seasoned Timber*, rough and i ,.?;. ?-?-—-*----?'? 'drewwJi- ? ? ?? - i ; :Mm Doors, 6uh«i, Moulding*, - Fntit cue*, Ac, Ac ; : J L0WE8T PRICES. i Orders loaded on railway trucks fre« ! J of charge; ,:.i.; ,;...^....WOOHBYE,H.C.U.- ...... NAMBOXJEB gEEKl! ouiuuk tntvtx, to p9Wi . I WH0LEM2AI. Bli &». * M Bun* Ourrwrt w*» *m |-to«rc«. ? mttsy *mmn«ui |k.** 1 Crwua Pnffa, Ralalwvr *»T«tier ««??? ? SmtoHl cM K«l* W«4-S} «Hrt«r** . ? OUVE& COIfjCN^ I PNOrMi-ro?j|| ' 1

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

L I M E I in loosening acd swealenlcg the j soil pave3 the way for bigger and better crops. It la inexpensive to Miy. anil 113 use has a wonderfully tovi?ur.a.U3g effect on farm and } orchard Iamb. ? BUY AMBROSE UME It Is from 95 pet etnt. to »9 per etat. pure, and tae price !s the lowest ?in ' the njaiieL ALSO THE NOTED AJIBIIO5E LlilH POW&ER Ambrose Lime Works, AMBROSE, N.C. UHE.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

COVERS »m ^- , The Oigqer .V^ ^k ^^^k = i {lal* 9th Battalion-) ^^ t . ^^^&____J WHERE THE BOOTS HAVE TONGUES ^^^ * ^^^^S5* WHICH SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES 500 Pairs Genuine Military Boots Just Arrived, ,~. BLTSINESS IS GOOD. THANKS! it\ FllIENDS, ABE BRIXG1NG IN WE ORnFR= fvft»v n \v lun°ToSEljF A BUSDt=3S-Av- . Investigate j^p THE PROFIT POSSIBILITIES, Wd \ THE STYLE, FIT, AND Ifl 3 - 1 THE SOLID MAKE OF THESE E[4 /\ LINES. lid fj COME AND HAVE A L60KAT MY / ^S&J FftEE KITTING BOOTS. YOU WILL /^\^ BE IN NO WAY OBLIGATED. \+f£r THE BEST SHOES ON EARTH. YES, WE DO REPAIRS, Neat and Prompt. Pump Soles and Hand Sewn Work a Speciality HUTTON'S SPECIAL FERTILISER Produces Vigorous, Sturdy, Early Maturing Crops. Growing crops rob Die soil of Phosphoric ArM, Nilropn ami Potasli. Hutlon's Special Fertilise-.- returns I'liusjihorii: Ai'ld and nitrugon to the soil and quickly m,--!s-\« il rich. A little potash addi'il helps in piving the soil the very ??l.-mcnls it ni-eds to prudu...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Jersey Breeding. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

Jersej Breeding. Breeders of dairy cattle will it.? in terested in the yields of two JeroCja which have recently completed nine months' test: The secretary tf-f the Jersey Cattle Society ..of Queensland advises '.hat Mr. J. Sinnamon's Trinity Whatnot, by Alfriston Duke (imp), has ma«iT-495.76 lb. in fat equal to 583. 24 lb. butter. :; The same Owner's Orord .Haze! by Prince Palatine (imp.), from Helen of Onkbank (imp.}, a daueliU-r .'?' Noble of Oakland?, has man-' 45S.5,* Ih. fat equal to 539. '18 lb. butter. Although .Mfrbtnn nuke has. figures very prominently in Jers«y cattledom during the past 10 years, this is thy first of his daughters In be tested f--r the long ppriod. and it is most inter esting to note that she has yielded more butter than the daughter of the now famous -Crince Palatine, although both of them were of similnr ng«. ?

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mount Mee Postal Facilities. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

Mount Mee- Postal Facilities. The Deputy; .Postmaster Gen-:ril ad vised -rr. E. B. C. Corser M.F., on the 29th ulto. in reference to.lht alio\-\ as follows: 'With; further reference to the re quest preferred in March la*:, by ? the Local Producers' Association ML-Mee (Secretary, Mr. .las. H. Robinson; thnt Postal Note facilities be established at the local Receiving Office, I have to, in- form you it has been approved Tiat Hit status of the office in question be rais ed to that of a Post and Postal Note Ofilce; and action is being tak-.n with ihe view of the additional taeiiities. bving made available at as early 3 date as practicable.' .

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Maleny. SUCCESSFUL BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

Maleny. i SUCCESSFUL BAZAAR. I The Baptist Church Help Guild held a very successful bazaar anil sale of work in the Maleny School of Arts on the 31st ultimo in aid of the church f improvement* fuml. The gross takings j amounting to a little over £60. This is | considered very satsifactory considering ) the great number of calls on the public lately. The bazaar was opened by the ! Rev. P. Sayce president of the Baptist j Association. During the evening sev- ' erai musical items were rendered. I AMBULANCE EFFORT. ] The ambulance sports held on the ', show ground on the 2nd inst. were i very well patronised, the gross pro- ' eeeds for the day being about £10. Mr. I G. Ahearn officiated as judge for tl.-lii | events. Owing to the heavy rain at nisht I the ball, which was to have been h-'lcl in connection with the sports, hail to be postponed. ! SHOW .MILKING COMPETITIONS, i The home milking competitions tu-UI : in connection with Maleny's first show resulted as follows: — COW. three yea...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
S. Q. F. S. MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

S. Q. F. S. MARKET REPORT. The following mirket report has been received from the Society's Mel bourne rei resentative under date 1st. instant: — Bananas: Choice 26/, with an odd sale a shade better, good quality solti round 28/ -, with small and medium from 15/ to 18/, prices were expected to be on ;?. level with those reported last week, but buyers would only op erate at re luced pric-:s. Retailers state sales have fallen off and possibly the prevailing ? vether conditions are some what resp-nsfl-le for this. PineappI :s: Sales generally from 12/ to IS/. Vn odd good brand realised a little be ter. There Is no prospect of the m:ir ;et improwing while such a big percentage of the consignments arriving ar- in green condition Citrus: Sales from 13/ to 15/. The majority at! selling at li/. The sup ply of loca navels is nicreasin?. Beans, -ales /3 to /*6 average qual ity realised about /3. Advise growers if they fliu it necesssry to pick very young or snail beans to send ?ame U- Sydney....

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Buderim. [?] PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

Buderim. ? .uani;e--:«':':* vu:::x. A picnic has been arranged l-y '!' Oran^m-n -if tin- SoAl. d..Ht nisf.-ic! to take placu at Buderim on July 7. A concert and dance has afou berii ir rang'.d /or Nambour on July I-.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

Market Report. Messrs. Barnes & Co. Ltd. report as follows on their sales for week ling Tuesday. 8th June, 1923: — Produce: Maize supplies are light the market is very firm at prices itcd. Potatoes, supplies generally i light and these are selling well riigh rales: sweet potatoes not many' .ward, good demand; pumpkins ice, selling readily: lucerne chaff r supplies, good demand; oaten chaff iterate supplies, selling well; wheaten lay chaff, scarce, good de mand; wneaten straw chaff, little arriv ing, selling wqJI; lucerne hay not much to hand, good demand; mixed chaff, scarce, s :Ul;'fi readily, fowls, moder ate supp '?;.£ i-'good demand, for prime birds; i ,-r'---m and inferior, hard' to quit; /A ' 'Scovy ducks plentiful, fair deman ^' English ducks arriving free ly, deraain poor; pigeons plentiful, market cull; turkey gobblers arriving freely, fc ir demand. The 'same re marks a-ply to Turkey hens; geese, not man; ' forward, market very dull and they e hard to quit. Eggs of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. For Couglis and Colds, never faiN.

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

Political. The syilnfy 'Evening N«w»'f off-r-. some very straight criticism of Hit action of the Premiers in tin: rer-nt conference . on a certain matter. It syas Mr. Theodore (Queensland), li: v ed that the Primp Ministers ami 1'.. miers of a year's standing, PresM--ni-i of the Senate and Legislative f'ounnil. Speakers of the Hou.-in of Represent atives, and other Ministers who hail serwfi three years, should he repra memied to receive gold life l-n? wa ovvr th-? ('rmriionweallh a.Tl -! di: railways. This was aareeil. Thin is simply disgusting — nauseating. Tin only thins that these priz^ poilticims are thorouzhly agreed upon is that their tribe of dead heads shouji b-: further favoured with paninltc tm----- over the railways! They cannot a^nie to alleviate one penny of the pul-Iic's taxation burden. They cannot asfr^e on unifying railway gau?es — on any principle for which the people of Aus tralia have clamoured for years. But when it comes to looting the public's j.iirsi; for the...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Yandina. AMBULANCE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

Yandina, AMBJLANCB 6P0RTS. Owing to the httry rain whieh fell all day Moi day th* local Ambulance brigade had to postpone their sports and dance Indefinitely. The vagaries of the wealier was most heartbreak ing to Mr. %. Lord and his energetic Committee who had gone to such in making t le arrangements for what was anticipated would have been the most aueee! ful function over held In Yandina. The Initial competition amongst th« Nambour, Bll Bli. Palm woods and Yandina ambulance bri gade membsrs In flrst-aid work for the ehampl snshlp of the Maroehy Shire, (a silrer shield end gold medal) for which erent Messrs. Morse of Brisbane, C .A.T.B. and A. Price of the Queensland Railway Ambulance, came from Brisbane to Judge, were also postponed. RAILWAY STAF? CHANGES. Quite a Dumber of changes have been made ately la the personnel of the local railway staff. On Thursday last Mr. J. Darmody left on transfer to Oymple, while on Friday Mr. T. Appleby departed for Ayr (K.Q.) Mr. J. Willard has a...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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EDUCATIONAL COMPETITION. NAMBOUR CHORAL SOCIETY FIRST SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT. THE SOCIETY PRAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

?EBU( JLTIONAL COMPETITION. &AMB)UR CHORAL SOCIETY i ? FIRS* SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT. - ', tE SOCIETY PRAISED. 'I G inlc you have done splendid, you ave tjfc voices and & conductor who aio\\T, vhat he is doing.' These words fverc a! dressed lo the members of the *ambo! r Choral Society, by Mr. P. Rob fason, conductor ot the East Brisbane trtioir, j )-?hind the curtain, at the con clusion! £-f thi- Saeifir'n 1st eiihcirinflnn ioncerl for 1923. on Friday evening last I In t| c presence of a ?well-attended Ind ap| reelallve audience the N'ambour Jlhorat society jircsented a programme vi 'hich n any music-lovers have collabor ated in the opinion as the best placed 5(!fore , my Nambour audience, a 6tan tSwd o s music which the Society by £.s obj- els sets out to cultivate. t The j principal feature was the visit 4f Misi Grace Gordon, and Messrs L. 4.ocVyef, F. Robinson, J. p. Cornwall fnd S.j; Tamblyn. The party are all Sicmbefs of the EhbI Brisbane Choir, 4nd wefe to Join t...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Maroochydore. ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. FIRST TO REACH CARNIVAL QUOTA. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

Maroochydore. ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. FIRST TO ilEACH CARNIVAL QUOTA. On Saturday night last one of the most successful functions ever held In Maroochrdore, took plaee in Mr. L. Murtagh's Arcade in aid of th« Ma roochy District Hospital funds under the auspices of the Chambers of Com merce, assisted by the Tennis Club and Prowess Association. The Arcade was most tastefully deeorated with cabbage tree and pictabean palm leaves, and flowers very kindly donated by Mrs. Wright. The emblem of the rising sun effect worked out in cabbage tree palm leaves by Sjr. Pickering, was especially admired, two large loads of leaves were kindlj brought hi by Mr. T. Lowe, and every - me used hi the decorations. Promptly at 7.30 pjn the Nambour Jazz Band were in their places, and dancing commenced and continued with out a hitch' of any kind until 12 mid night. Refreshments comprising- sand wiches anif all kinds of dainty cakes provided t} the ladles* committee were handed round at 11 p.m., and ful...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Co-operation in Denmark. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

( o-operation in Denmark. (By C. Pedersra, Senior Dairy In structor, N.S.W.) Denmark Is a Uttle country, her total area {since North Schleswis has been retnrncd to her) being 17,118 square miles, and her population about 3,250. 000. It \°ou!d be difficult to find a more entrancing subject than the history of 1 Danlsl agriculture and co-operation from he year 1K60 up to the present day. Until the middle of the nine teenth century Danish agriculture con sisted essentially of grain production, but In order to ret the best resulU. it was f rand necessary to combine ?with it the raisins of lire stock. It was in working ouV the combination that Dan ish agriculture took a line of its own, which gradually led to complete din* erenta tion from other . European sys tems. At this period Denmark export ed a large number of live stock to England, but the English fanner had gone |n more for- live stock from Den mark. This led the Dane to go in for dairy |work. Events have shown that it waB emphat...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Coolum. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

Coolnm. On Friday evening last the Spinsters of Coolum organised a social and dance in aid af the School of Arts, and pro vided the refreshments. Therr was a large number present, and dancing tvns indulged in till 11.30 p.m.. when the refreshments were dispensed. Th-* music (piano] was supplied by M-'--!. Perry-Kecne, and F. Wintiloff. aivl Miss Edith White. The first-nam-.'d Iadie3 contributing two vocal It.ms. which were hlshty appreciated. Mr. R. Mealing carried out the duties of M.C. in his usual manner. Mrs. R. Story donated a well-Siled basket of fs-nit. which realised a good sum. After sup per a novel balloon dance was pre sented, causing much amusement. lh^ winning' couple being Miss N. Sh^er and Mr. Frank Wintzioff. A hearty rote of ttanks was passed to the i-o Ium Iadier fivr a pleasant.. and a profit able .evening to the School of Arts fun.l. Among- the many visitors present \v-r-« }tiss Goodall and Mrs. Black of Gympi.-. PRODUCERS' MEETING. On Saturday afternoon last thr...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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"THE ADVENTURE OF LIVING." MR. STRACHEY'5 NEW BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

h' THE ADVENTURE OF LIVING.' 1 MR. STRACHEY'S NEW BOOK. i'A new book by Mr. St. Loe Strachey, ; ie author of 'The Adventure of Liv i r,' Is to be published In the late ' tumn or early next winter by Messrs I dler & Stoughlon in Great Britain .' -d the Dominions, and in America by 1 jorpe Putman ?& Sons. In the opin » of competent critics, who have sen given an opportunity to read aclmen portions of the work, it will S. as good a reception as did the lobiography. One, indeed, of these tics pronounces it to be 'better than s 'Adventure' as that work was bet than any of Mr. Strachey's previous Sitings.' The form, that of a Diary, !-)u]d attract the general reader, liries, whether old or new, Just now f in great demand. 'The Farrington nry,' for example, has been running ? over a year in the Morning Post to -; great satisfaction of Its readers, ?1 the first volume of the complete jrk has met with a notable recep h. Mr. Strachey's Diary is, of .;irso, of a very different ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

For Influenza, take Woods* Great Peppermint Cure. ,

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Successful [?] Meeting. AT EU[?] WELL CONTE[?] EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 June 1923

Sacceufnii^lij leeting. WELU OOM&t JEVENT8. ; Tlie sport j li -1 1J fi ! rjlhc auspiici; of the local bra .- (j f ! M.U.I.O.O.K. at McDona!!?\'f I ad pn Saturd^l?, vras a huge rucjete.- s was a laiff' attendance, jvhi :t I d many vis itors from Wirt! \r 1: nona, Ccioro; Kenllw.irth niid V m ?( f hanks to the foresight of; tfc ef ? me Secretary (Mr. J. Maj'JKVK his assistant Mr. R. 0. CqplM)- tfie comiriiltc.. who had all imJnb»:i i t|well in hand, every event tviil; t :.j ?? : fcd an unusal. numbers of j-ntAi si Id without a hitch. The 'ffflfMs arge of the different evqatsj Mk i Iping also did their work b}- vft-hj *o complaiijl* were heard, h'h* nji : if the sprinl and open han'licir!-! f- i ? J:d more thir usual attention, W;%j-J| fy scarcity o- entrants. G. ;Be{lii4,' ? -^gin a douWn and the win ?t\hi*F;L:« j 4-cll deservbc was excecdlDHlypiiiii t 'he thouglit-] fulness of tUe ;cii)i{ headed by Mr. P. Thor go6(ij,} i -3d a gooij time for the liSU' |A word of I praise i3 d...

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