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S. Q. F. S. JAN. 5 MELBOURNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

8. Q. F. 8. JAN. 5 MELBOURNE MARKET. The following Market eport was re ceived from our Melbourne Represent ative, under date 5th instant: — BANANAS: Owing tj the reduced quantity to hand the market firmed. Good (juality sold round 26/ wita special brands somewhat better. Small and medium sold from 16/ to 20/. In dications point to a drop In prices when increased supplies are received. PINEAPPLES: Queens sold 28/ t-i 30/. Only a few cases vrere received. Roughs are selling 12» to 15/ with in dications of a drop in prices. Passion Fruit: Good sound lines sold at 10/. Note: The weather is hot and ma7 continue so for a few weeks. I would advise banana growers to be careful not to let fruit get too fun. We are advised by wire to-day that the pricas on the Sydney market are as follows: — 'Bananas eight to seventeen pines queens twenty thirty, ripley eight to twelve, papaws ten fourteen, passion* seven ten. tomatoes five seven, peas eight twelve, eggs seventeen twenty.'

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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FRUIT TRADE. DOMINION PROPAGANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

FRUIT TRADE. DOMINION PROPAGANDA. LONDON. Saturday.— The HI5I1 Commissioner for Australia (Sir Jo seph Cook) and the Agents-General conferred with members of a delega tion, aiming at the extension of the fruit markets, and discussed a general plan of campaign, and arranged to meet later. Meanwhile the delegation will Interview the Agents-General Individ ually. As showing the necessity for pro-Dominion propaganda, it was pointed out that the West Midlands Fruit Growers' Association, Worcester expressed marked disinclination to fi nancially support the Imperial Fruit Show, one grower remarking that he did not see why British growers should help to advertise colonial fruit, and another saying It would be a feather in the British growers' cap if they could eliminate the colonial.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

TARPAUL8NS PUT THEM TO ANY TEST I m* Toa'tt tad SMITH'S j TAffPAUUNS m» »l«ol«tair I WOMlNCt. j Th«7 aia nad* from U« tuaoo* J Bibkxtbs WATasraoor Ctorns 1 UuU do not »bwtb Ik* wi«w »tw» I wet, tboj rMMioing moek Ufhter . I thaa Um ordlau7 TarpMiUa. I Aad lh«7 ?» tluidily auds tot ] J**n ot tooth wmr In all iort» of ? «mtb«r, Mwn with turn* fffcut Twin*. ««U E7«l«tt«d and ttrmtthanad ith*r« tho (train soroaa b«*vi«tt. Abo DUCK ami Canyu TaB PAVUSSilTOttpnfMUMa. ' ' S«M for rtee Samaia tm* Price tlar. Look for our aCOB. TDXne HARK and DC sure or me tear. G. SMITH. **£& I Blind a;.J Sail Hrttr [A Sm£^J|q) I rauwniZAaETHiT.^wR^gri^/ I i-RISRAN' \^$P sffiiK;:;;;1.:! ..'i 'i.-:m',..z'x-- ?bnarcau*

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GERARD KEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

OSRARD KUK. The v/orld-f.imoutt singer, v,Ktnr-\ K»:in Is rominfr. His .sueceua in R» rope w.is !nst.inl;ine.')im, fop :t» a- pro Xf.Tt'. ot Madam* Melba he -*tudi«'l at thf. Royal Open* Tfouw, Cftvent f!ar-!Kfi London. wh-*re »ventu»l!? h»! iop*?ir»'l in h. verfr* of prrirld opepan, wa* ho.i '-ur'd by the patronage of ffcr MuJp^Jy, O'i'^en M'iry. Owe'' Ameiie of Portum»! ind Kin? Alf.-n.v- of Sm!n. nort mctn h»r* of the nobility on various oecrt siorjit 'f.ondon Dally Tele^trsph' w»M 'W» »re -ff?ijftit«'d with th« vojee of r-~ir-! Kean. Jf' ha* tV rarest .if *lf.» — ?» r«3l trnor. voii;« — and nil rnn»* extero'« tit Mgh E! ?tttrRordtn ?trj't His reception h»t nl«!i! vra* re ma'!c«bl* Wl* nneee*n wai InitsnU n--om. We «baH nev»r hear hi* tfl». rar-«in.' 'Olaitfow Recoril' wrote: ? ' 'Aanl* L.wri-!' *tart!#-l th* ludlencf f'.r Gotland had n*v«*r beard th« faro : ott* SToHNh air -un« like it — an4by am ' \ Mah-AiiatmliaB. — The rortain b»»t t« , be r*]*ed el(»-jt times b«fr-M the fan-...

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Personal [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

Person#U ;, ? Th-» reports a* to : j h. V.\ IIbhi ming'» ilinesM have r.rj L\ tto.rtiumnty i-ncoura^lnflt, and are u'l iJ, «-ff-'?A l!i;i} ho In makiOK steady rj i ttry, Ujo'isl.' he cannot bo classed j! :;n con^iler.? cent. .1 , ? §1' \ Mr. A. ?:. \Vilni)i»'.iff.*ivery jfrrmi UU rei-f-nt illness is n.-. i tit :r for»cin CTatulf'tion. So rapid lv f J i ! b«et| t!;:.; he ha.M been In hit* -n.j ? Ir: .'igiiii ir.ii lian planned hl» vi.titli : |i-t fi»r,!t'.)2'; -s noiv idvertlsed. j i j Mf. John 'Dulon?1: k |r^iigti ?!i.id » nliaht sHlzur» at the. -??; j 4fjiast ?«.?(?..?!:, which (rave his r-;I-'i- j ,-jnd friftmi' some «oneem, but hh i, , -|jfion l-*;--.\v very much improwlj ' ijojJ^h ii' i' itlll aff»cte-l by p.iriif: ; lu'aly-tl-f. Til'1 trr-iL--!« bt Mtrihuted *A !' U eff-:cl --' a lie.»vy fall MjsUlned tei i -iiionth^ a--v Mrs. T. Eglington, U'j , !| Ions- il!m;.«i; haH evoked much f.yj'i !by, imder-! -.vent 'n operation *n£B ^ft'iine ':i.-!v this w^»k, ind I* n'.'.vl^ [orted to...

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MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

MARKET REPORT. Messrs Barnes A Co. report as fol lows on their sales fnr week en r.-i-- Tuesday loth January. 1923: ? PRODUCE: Maize supplies good. on.» the market Is steady at prices .piot-i: potatoes moderate suooiies. iroo.1 r?.. ntind; swtvt potatoes few comltc? forward, selling readily: pumpkin* large supplies forward, fair denusil: local onions few coming iorward. fair demand; lucerne chaff heavy arrival* market penerally dull: eaten chaff plentiful, fair ciennn-l; wheaten hay chaff little coming forward, fair ilc manii; lucerne hiy fair supplies. mnO erate demand: mixc! chair selling w»P. POULTRY: Fowls continue arrivtcy freely, and a gooil -!or.i;ind exists; Turkeys moderate supplies, good -!e- man-i: muscovy .lurks plentiful, sellin-r well; English .luck.* arriving rrecly. fair rtcm.-.mi: iwse moderate ilemani), supplies mndonte; pigeon* plentiful fair demand. Egss of all descrip tions continue to arrive in largo quantities A fair demand exists for euan-jiteed sjkt'Ms: for ...

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PERWILLOWEN PHONE [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

PERWILLOWEIt VHOKE. Mr. Corser MJ'. notifies us that 'xe is advised a3 follows by Uks D-PJU^G.: 'I have to state for your informa tion that in accordance wita the new policy of the Department In respect of telephonic faculties is country dis tricts, it has be«n decided upon inquiry lo establish a telegraph (worked tjy telephone} and trunk line office .it Perwillowen, near Nambour. The necessary action is being taken acccnl iagly but owing to lack of materDl itis improbable that the work of erect ing the line can be commenced before aboul two months.'

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AMBULANCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

AMBULANCE REPORT. The Ambulance received an urgent call on Wednesday morning to Yandina. and the Police requested the attend ance also of a doctor, so the motor hastened from Nambour with Dr. Mil aher on board, bat on its arrival it Yandina station the railway men were swabbing out the waiting room, an-l {-?ave the information that the man con cerned had died and that the body iiad been sent to Nambour by a cattle train that happened along. It appears tftjit at 9.30 a.rc. a man, supposed to He a bookmaker named John 'O'Connor, was seen by the stationmaster and another official standing in the waiting room in front of the ticket offlee, apparently trying with a knife in his hand to ad just his collar. They did not reaH-w his intentions till they saw a spurt of blood, and by the tun? they conld Is terfere he had cut his throat deeply enough to cause death almost immedi ately. Snmedifflciilty was experienced by the Nasnbour police In sscuripa identification in order to enable a buriaj ...

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Cricket. NAMBOUR V. PALMWOOD [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

Cridtet. |*; N'AMnOUR v. l».\-.\r\VOfipft* Tbn following l^'iii wli! rJiirf-i'dl N.imh.inr in n m--ife}i' .utMinst' ?rft.':;i- wooOn on the Show; fjnjuni! ovll it 2 p.m nhitrp: — n (\M |r.- 'vj'--.|-»(i tuln). V. Gnylard. .'. P (Ii, P. MeJ'.i I d»n. C. P!.i.Urr. E. P.- 'Hi, J. rj-vn X. P-Mce, p. rtendlvirn 1 Sld-.r.-.« .in! yt. H.'ltry. ? I '. 1 OERBUNT, v f\ jnfHEi', 1 On Sunday a Nwn - ir l.-nj- \--:il play Geebuilff on th. ir'ju.w itn.uv! vvickit cfirnmenelni-' ,'||O ..j!rl..(;l; sharp. The team v.i!.1 (j {flio^.'ij tr..;., the N'irnhrnir and ply..- ??.(?hil.sis nosEMnt'NT -.. j5»|nr.'': | ; Tin- following pl;iy,-r i^v,! I..[m'-; ?'?fll.-d tn rf-pres.'nt !!..?' riHilinl .l-iirv;' Kudlf .-t n.. ' win ' -;.i ||;'M-d'| ijeJ; to il.vrt at l.nn p if. .fUAi'Thiir. !.\l;!-.a. Dave, Wilfftvl, Kdrrn1 -.fjrt{'.'sli.- J'irl-a n. V/nr-dhntl. V. nnrni.Jjj 1j;»vi;r.';ft, |»[l h. O-eth*. nnn S. W(|! i«»r. ^Km' «' n. and H. Maddiflran: fi | !

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NAMBOUR POST OFFICE WELCOME ADDITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

NAMBOUR PC ST OFPIC*. ?SVELCO^rsL' ODrTKjNsi { 1 -'aw that the feo- it addilponsj to lh« UTiJ post offlee vr e r jurint: -onitlelion. it can be socn thai they yrtnjjt»j» of groat advantage ip Use worfeny j)f tbi- .?vcr-jrrowinir Institution. TfS'o pdd'n.n of one Miiall n^im|did not'.{*omls! much, but when we'fcay thcroim ex tends rlR'i!. a^onp 'b;H«oiith jidp of the office part of the fiufldinft. ,';»» dUtlaot fi'i-m tho ersidenciW-H will 6o rerilisod that U-e wchnnsc iwjt of thi» *U.-in«'s-» wtl! be happily pliq.il for sitfcrj tlrno. and that the main oMcn will j*' |u«cli ly relieved by the r|roovnl ^enefrom' of all the exchange I fvcrlc. !.- A hlg itnproveir.cn»|ei-utd Dp' Wdt'ktul clicapijr in the nwiniijjfflce, hj the way. whil' the carepnt'-fsiiirf! stiljl. thArir. ri i* tmple.vwsnt for Ifejjsc whoi li:»vy n -!nsv pensions, bid!t;- money, j ar fend ttfli'iJranH, to have ((/;dn thp|l#;l;usi|ie-s nv.'r the main (?oui!i(|r in fu!^ jvioiif ,if possibly a number otj |0-;ufi*lli-Vf y...

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NO CHANGE FOR GERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

NO CHANOf FOR OMWW. Mass dreaded1:!! ce and! ' sctlp di seases* owe taeirib gin to i^ttj-barfccr s-ilcots and car -It* h ilrdre«4ors. Many people axe Jus: t-.^ji eat to (iwp In and hive the qsual Shi^ » :intl fiiijcut with vut the thou«tJ--t nl Die rtsii Jtftey may ^e running, of irifecpon fro*1 lome pre viocs enstomert ll H a hy£drt-*scr's 'iuty to see thkt ( ii his jn||trumt'nf-! sro protected frj-ia toy po*ajo source ?f infection, y.r. H iwliusohji; proprie tor of Royal 5^;.3on: ; lias btflh fonun AU- ia securing tlv? services' If Mr. !I. V. Klr&WiXMl. a 'we : knawn ispociitUt in ladies* and sent -meis's toilet, and a special hygierlie service !*} now of fiT-ed t«- the pjibli . Tbe - q.iivnt o: U-.i* naw sterili*ina treatnu-ilt t-efom ap.'.t afier shaviist e! :..iis n-\vj f... thes» I^*!-'s, and N-unZ?-'oir .vii boa^ (?? huvia- in? on «3tablbbWn tiiat i* p.jiu.il io. if not bt-ttor th;«i c ty saloonm,1

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PINE CANNING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

PINE CANNING PRICES. Mr. E. B. Cor«er M. P. writes c from Maryborouirh a« follows: — 'The Minister for Trade and Customs In re ply to my correspondence wire*: *Hor-- aran?ep rices Pineapples for Cannier this week.' ' '?Cock and bull' stories an? raid ;?- have oriainated in the BueHn^.im shire village of Stony Stratford (Ens ian=;. There were, and stKI arc. two hostleriea io the long main street eal! -pi respectively the 'Cocfc' and it* j 'Bull.' Stories told by patrons or Vk former wer* so invariably rapped by those of tfc» latter that no one could believe either, and so they beeanv? known as 'Cock' aad ??3u!i' stories.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

I Have |foa Heard? What? j I I THAT I ^H/ill^l^?^ NEWSAGENT 1 j WfDD.S & STATIONERY !j BUSINESS I IS Ni'-V BEING CARRIED ON IN THE NEW PREMISES. J XIIA-f JQIFT3— «T/ .T1ONKRY— and XKAS CARDS. OP-TO-DA« STOCK OF TOILKT RCQUISITCS— 9 JWCY QOOM. j 1 j NOW AW. UT YOUR INSPECTION. j j BEST DISI?i{VY IN TOWS' OP THE LATEST AND MOST ASSORTED i l NOVELS ;io?rVi classes or binding), PRESENTATION BOOKS. *0. \ i NEAV STOt'^fe OP TOBACCOS AND PIPES — AI i-j SMOKER'S REQUISITES STOCKED. ] NEWER i W1P SLSSWHtRK before calling at WIBBS'. WEBfiS,] Came Street, NAMBOUR. tHERE^SiAN AIR OF GRACE ipervadiny ii fy'.s lonfl-estdbllshed — well-ordorcd — ami roccntly renov.it If, Cafe. ' ; I Ever wakinf j»nrr''Vt''nicnts which assist to tho comfort of Its patrons, \ ? tho en*1 if!)nra-?nt is created w hich su^sests rest and pleaaurc. ! Giddes Cafe! is resplsniler. h an array o* Iho CH- 'WEST AND PALATABLE CONrKCTIONERY The fleet an- J^avour.d Srands of XMA8 BOXS3 OP CONPBOTIONSRV, particularly for ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Landsborough. COURT DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

Landsborough. COURT DOINGS. On the Cth January before Mr. Jas. Brarewe!!. P.M.. the following deMr rsses were advanced to the judgment stace. none betas defended: C J. Clarke v. T. Glassby. goods sold and delivered £14/15/?, and li/6 costs: E. Midd'elnn \: ?. Steward Hood. cnn.-iK supplied and dishonoured fheque £2* /19/fi. and 16/3 costs: Council of th? Shlreof Landsborough v. T. H. Gordnn arrears of rates and Interest £S/19/6. ? and 4/ eosta ; s«me t. Harold A. Gow I en. arrears of rates and Interest £61/ 9/4, and 11/ costs; Harold A. Crouch v. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Penny, balance of goods sold and delivered £5/12/3, and l-i/6 costs; same v. Mr. and Sirs. Lewis, balance or goods sold and de livered £7/19/3, and 9/6 cosU.

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New Sugar Mills. THE COMMISSION'S REPORT. TULLY RIVER AND BANYAN RECOMMENDED. BAILEY CREEK AND INKERMAN COMES SECOND AND THIRD. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

New Sugar Mills. THE COMMISSION'S REPORT. I ? TULLY RIVER AND BANYAN BECOSOIENDED. | BMLEY CKEEK AND INKEKMAN COMES SECOND AND THIRD. t !. The Tutly Rl*er-Banyan area [ h?a been recommended definitely ; ! by the Royal Comminion as a I alto for a sugar mill. 1 'After carefully considering the cvi ;nc-» available with respect to each callty, we unhesitatingly affirm that our -opinion the most suitable 2o (Bilon for a sugar mill -which may be 'Scried in the near future is un ij'UlHedly in the TuIIy-Banyan area,' s£ys Ihe report of the Royal Commis s -n on sugar mill sites. 'In this local- r i. ?' we consider there Is room for a r, II of a capacity at least equalling the n II at South Johnstone. At the same t ie. we select two others provislon a !-?', which \ve. place in the following ojler: (A) Bailey Creek, and Daintree. clitiitionally on its being ascertained t.jjit satisfactory tramway connection aja reasonable cost can be made from Bgiioy Creek with the Daintree River I6|d3 beyond ...

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Buderim. LOCAL PRODUCERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

Buderim. LOCAL PRODUCERS' ASSOCIATION. At a representative meeting of the Buderim Mountain Branch of the Local Producers' Association held on the 2nd. January, Mr. Arthur Blakey was selected by secret ballot by a targe majority as this Branch's nominee, U contest the election for a seat on the No. 9 District Council, and has the unanimous support and backing of this Branch. Mr. Blakey is well fitted for the position He has been a fruitgrower at Buderim Mountain for the past six and a half years, prior to which ho had had over twenty years practical experience as accountant and secre tary in the Cairns hinterland. He hi? been very closely connected with all movements of the Industry since the inauguration of the Fruit Train Specials; has been secretary or tne Buderim Fruitgrowers' Association since Its inception, and it is largely 'lue to his ability, and unsparinjr at tention to a)l matters that we have frained and held from the first, the posi tion of being the largest local associ...

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ORCHARD NOTES FOR JANUARY. THE COASTAL DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

ORCHARD NOTES FOR JANUARY. THE COASTAL DISTRICTS. AI orchards, plantations, and Tia« yards should be kept well colttrotci and free from weed growth; hi ttr first plaee. to conserve the moisture In the soi.\ so necessary for the proper development or ail fruit trees aad vines: and. secondly, to have any v?ee-! growth wen In hand before the sT9t season commences. This suftfee ts especially applicable to dtru3 orebardii which frequently suffer from lack of moisture at this period of the year i* the -weather is at all dry. and tin; young crop of fruit on the trees Ss injured to a greater or less extent U* consequence . Pineapple plantations must also I'*1 iept -well worked and free from, ?weeds, as when harvesting of tne main summer crop takes place later on. there is little time to devote to cultivation. If this important work has been nej lected. not only does she actual crop or fruit on the planti suiter, but the plants themselves receive a setback. Banana plantations should be kept ...

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SALE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

SALE REPORT. Mr. J. J. Wilkinson .Auctioneer, Nambour, reports that the new system of buying abconers was instituted ut Ncimbour and Landsboroiiijh on Thurs day and Friday last. The factory re presentative was paying- 8}d. per lb. for prime bacon pigs, and farmers were well satisfied with the system of buy ing by actual weight over the sea!-? at the yards. The usual auction 33 ie. of stores and weaners was held, ami prices realized were as follows: Slip? 25/-*-. weaners 8/6 to 15/. Messrs. Thornton A Murtagh, farm '.ilesmen, report having sold durina ?he week the following properties; 60 --eres cane farm, Petrie Creek, on ac count of Messrs. Fawkner Bros, to Mr .lodrell of Cairns; 14-acre fruit and '?ane farm. Rosemount, on account of Wrn. Allsop, to F. Jenner of Brisbane: 52 acre cane and dairy farm, Kureelp.v »n account of L. M. Medley, to A Cooper, of Macleay River. Sever;-! f-ther properties are under firm offer to N. S. Wabs bnyes. The firm also reports a very suc cessful cattl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

None Adams' Private Hospital, : Maud 8U, Nambour. ?.'? ' - 'Phone 45. : NURSE (Mro.). ADAMS, - A T.N.A. OertlCcate* ot ? Los -cu Obstetrical Sodety. Ckpnam I&ternlty Hospital ; and Central iUdwlvee' Board. London. | Horse (Sirs.) Beatuang '; { Certificated Midwife bM acquired the Residence of Mr. V. D. Murtagh, Blackall Terrace. I NAMBOUB,' ts a. Hospital, and will continue to refteive patients as previously. '^iTcnporl' Private Hospital, keaiLWORTH ROAD, EUMUWDI. ?P'joc* tin. 11. { NURSK POLE-HORE I Hospital Trained Nurse. | SUVs Registered. ~~ AUFREft CROFX%~HLP^ -Dj9rmao«uUflal Cberaljt -. ? ' asm Photographic Depot, HAMBOUR. All; photographic Goods at list prloee tor oasb. ;:F. WIMMER, jSoft Drink and Cordial '? Mairafactarer. ' Maker or ail W&us ot Soft Drink* and ' Cordials. - jTHE TRADE SUPPLIED. Winner 1st prtee for Cordials ;?_. '/.. i national 8how, 1822. i; miLl street, nambour. I 4. A. DONALD, I ':y- CtJacWbniHer, Wheelwright, ;: ; General BlacksnutL i- ?...

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Coolum. HOLIDAYS OVER . [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

Coolum. HOLIDAYS OVER . I Perfect weather prevailed through j the Xmas and New Year holiday, the new means of access by road and tram being- readily taken advantage of by the public. Six hundred and fifty passengers used the new train, and but for the accident to the loco which put it out of commission, the number would have exceeded one thousand. The new road was very largely us-id. at least 1500 persons adopting this means for a peep at the briny. The Maroochy Co-op. Co's new venture In ihe fora, or a well stocked store wa3 well patronised, and Mr. F. Morrison also received a^ fair share of trade. The new toboggan slides given by the Mt. Coolum Beach Estate provided an unending source or run. Loaded to the tune of six and seven passengers for trips, these were kept gotns from early morning till ten at night, perfect moonlight ruling. The ashing vras excellent and some very good sport fell to the lot of the anglers. Mr. Dixon's party did consistently well. Mr. Wright of Yandina cau...

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