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

?3 ^^???(?????ifciiiilSMBifc'SHySfWilMll^ltfBGHHWH MHMStPrW0MMtfW«!^ ^ EffecteHovJ}1922 | FljyE (5)1 : I Non-Skif Cord' Tyres j Will be supplied a&Stdndwd \ Equipment on \ WITHOUT ANY ADDITIO^ TO PRICE!! j ! Roadster « ^ ! £4?2O Touring - -IriSS I 1 ' : ; ' i Returned Soldiers' Garsi^ Nambour. ? j ? Lu4-J ? i Distributors for Queensland and M\:Rfcer$of N.S.W. : Canada Cycle & L Jotor AgfenGy (Q.) Ltd. BRISBANE ROCXHAMJfrOM TOWtf3Vn.La I USKOJUS 1 Do Good Seasons always Meal CM Crops ? | WHILE it musl be admitted bit ?i a iceoeral rule this is tie case ;! f i | It doea necessaVily \ follow u an abundant rainf-ill h of little practiit'\l blnefit to the Cane Crop if the soil is SrSdint in plant .loodj. One is as necessary to the production of good ctxps a|k the. other. It therefore Pajjs to Maniufe ' because the fullest pass ble benefit is 'hit: ob^inell from a good season when it 1 jos come. Evirf in a; dry'' season I V manuring will pay if f riUzers are UscH iniwhicb ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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THE AUSTRALIAN MOSQUITO. MAY THIS BREAK HIS HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

THE AUSTRALIAN MOSQUITO. MAY THIS BREAK HIS HEART. ? The mosquito is one of the most fra ciic ami delicate of living organisms; his antennae are beautifully tufted, or plumose; his action is light and grace ful: and. although, along with these ad vantages, he belongs to the great and ancient order Diptera, family culicidae, Ue is not sri\en to boasting of his an cestors or connections lite some other people. In fact, he is of a very retir ing disposition, and is very seldom met with in society ilia wife, however, is of a more soci able disposition Her antennae .--re without plumesr but, to make up for this deficiency, she sings from dewy eve till raorn( or, rather, until she is so gcrji'd that she can scarcely move) in a high soprano voice. Like the smiths, Smyihes. Smithies, the Tomsons, Thomsons. Thompsons, and ether widely distributed families, the mosquito spells his name in several different ways, such as 'mosquito,' ''moscheto,' 'muskeeter,' etc; but even wfien he is called a ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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STREET OF 19 CENTURIES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

STREET OF 19 CENTURIES. The work of widening the main road from London to Dover Is going on apace. Never since the Romans made this very road, nearly 1900 years ago, has it been the scene of so much ac tivity and engineering skill. This road was the famous Watling Street, which started at Richborough, passed through Canterbury to London, and thence by way of St. Albans'. Dunstable, Tow cester, and Wellington to Wroxeter. in Shropshire, an important Roman sta tion. At this point the road split into two, 'and while one part went north to Chester, the other passed souh to a place near Hereford. The Romans call ed the road the Via Vitellianf. The name of Waiting Street dates only from the Saxon time. When the fierce in vaders from over the water settled down they used the Roman road, but calk'd it after one of their mythical heroes, Waetla, Waetling Street. Waetia and his kinsmen were supposed to inhabit the Milky Way; that also was called Watling Street. Chaucer re fers to It in one of...

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

??(.?? ? — in ' i jr Special Features secured at Eno^tj ohs ? W \ Expense $ ! i w i ? . \- : j A I— — BIG SCOOP --—rl \ \ f A Special Program of Super Star Pictures h=te I been ; j secured for ? i ! ; \ Sta^urcisiy Wiiiirli't] HEADEt? BY THE WORLD FAMOUS ARTIST— i \ ! f RUDOLPH VALENTIN-)| j j I DOROTHY DALTON | % . fMORAN ? : 1 ' OF THE LADY LETTY' | i t In addition to a Big English Feature '; i j \ 'DANGEROUS LIES' j i Screened under our System of Perfect non-Stop Ff-ojection. ? ? . i If JLOOK ? OUT ? FOR j . ^ , i ? SEARCHLIGHT ? U

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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"THE CHRONICLE" Nambour, Friday January 1, 1923. NEW SUGAR MILLS [?TION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

'THE CHROi;i|LE' NamlH'iir, l':iil(y. .Inn;., \f {.'. iviV. NEW SUGAR MILLS ! ^Si|riON . The position arising fr ti i':°; report of the Sugar Mil's C niiifsiaon is worth a brief r«tej:tnc y: Isr^ciatly as two parts -if oar o\v '.iijtrlct j.-c Included in the *U£appoii jf»lJmiijoriiv. The Tully district well -;!.?? irvbd u -o win. Over twenty j- s*f laijo t'1-' WTitor was abitut tii.it f$-\ bt V ??» world, aud conlcm|ila(c-1 v\i- n$ thcio liec«U!M! of its osocil'-nji ] | O'Suctr. .% capaliilitif*. It woujd U - lieen .i long watt, but tli« Tu! ;'i? ninv to j eomc into its own. ' h k». n br'p. t:i«n ' any other, earninJ the tit! fi'JUm Cin derella of the Qu.eenslh.ndj itn.jdiktricN i and the future will .proijfili worth The Tully River hns long j£f?J fjimo^s for ft« possession of nix ii (|i'?|flnc^! waterfall In Auslralia. ;;and iir ih.i n:a/r nlflcent quality of it'* t ^.i.|i5 \iru-'.. \ No doubt thest. niatie^ )S'-*J« ? dealt with fully in the «vlds?!ic ? tjs!:|l -icii];'r demonstrat...

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

II CHEAP PBEPAtbj ADVEKTISEMCNTb. II Advertisements; under this heading If may inolude: Situations Wanted or If Vaoant, Articles for Sole or Hire or Ex it thangc. Houses t© Cct or tor Sale, Lost ?I and Found, eto. ?ii? charge is ii- ror |j 1 insertion up to' 12 words, a Inserts It 2/6; 13 to 24, ticuds 2/-; 3 Inserts P ftl ? I ? ' K ALPHA Laval sJpurator, 27 galls., K ?**? Baroda Churp, £10. Jones, Moo |» TJ ANANA' Suckers' for ' Sale, ' Caven ff dish, on property, or arrange deliv II cry. W. Fisher, {mage Flat. ? l| fAll for Sale, Si Renter Ford, owr || *'* Iwulcd July last, i new mudguards. [I now upholstering j new hood, newly If painted, running } excellently, benig ?I. sold on account *f leaving dislrict. I^-v Chapman. Palmwqads. ? | TjVUVMS for Exchlnpc We have scv | oral properties In the Toowoomba, I; Laldley, Cleveland fand Itcdlnnd Hay I districts, for exchange for properties | In tlic Nambour dijlrict. Full parllcu | ! lars on application^ Thornton & Mur I tagh. N...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Cooroy. CHORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 12 January 1923

Cooroy. CHORAL SOCIETY. Several enthusiasts met on Monday night to discuss matters in connection with the formation of a Choral Society in Cooroy. There were over twenty present. After discussion it was de cided to form a Choral Society, mos: of those present consenting to Join ami lend their services. Beyond those who have already appeared before local au diences, there should be plenty of tal ent available to help the Society alonjr, and no doubt will be unearthed. Mr. S. Brown was appointed hon. conduct or, and Mr. W. Collyer hon. secretary, and a start will be made as ?or-n »?; possible. RAILWAY INSPECTION*. The G«-neral Traffic manager, Mr. .T. B. Cochrane, and other officials, offici ally inspected Cooroy station on Mon day last, but owing to shunting opera lions, fljfl not remain very long. A further inspection was iimpc on Tups day on their way back from Mary Valley Line. RAINFALL. The tot.il rainfall at this centrp Tor the year 122 amounted to 59.31 points Rain fell on 121 ...

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

] I PERMITS NECESSARY. Kngi some information to hand, it wofili'se- m well to issue a warning to ro-M..jjts In ttic district, particularly cace lirncrs, against emplojing men whji Jippm alon? and offer to wort force's than award rates. We know tlu're 'd e many who would prefer to work 'lan'to sronce on the State, bu1 !-oia^ .inferior workmen, they are un alil* 1 secure work at full wages . Suds on should have tickets or pcr tiiii;; ; lowjnc- thorn as slow cr infirm v.-i'Tkf - to] b.-- .-ir.j-lojv,l for !.;ss th.iu aw.ini ?alv-.i. otherwise the employer is UsiiS* ) p?v full wac:.-. Tlierc is con sftJcra ;c (ilmpcr in taking in men. r.o ni.tfcNr lio\{ keen thi-y are in wantint i-nij}!.? nei'.i, to work for 'anytliinjr you liV.'H' or K is not unlikely that on? 'f =,:!- i v.ijy even b* a union detei'- tiv.'i a -i itjit ti'.e kind-hearted farmer ni«-: I ! hit later on by a demand f-jr fnl'lw re? for a m:iii whose work »?)?: worih »vry Iitt!*-. A case has com-1 to v!!! knnwln'.lpi'. in wh...

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

BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. TLfN. F. W. Wells desires to express his sincere Ahanks to relatives and friends for thqlr floral tributes and expressions of '; sympathy, particularly those who in apy way assisted during liis recent ? sad j bereavement. ]t/TH. and Mrs] R. Cullum and family A desire to thank all kind friends for their expressions of sympathy and floral tributes (during their recent sad bereavement. ? ? IN MEMORIAM. HARVEY. — In laving memory or our dear wife and mother, who passed away suddenly at Nambour, on 13th January, 1021. Sadly mi86cd.i ' Inserted by h(ir loving family, father, James, Maggie, WHllJc, Olive, Ena, Robert, and Alleji. » ? ACKERMAN. — lit affectionate remem brance, of 'jVInifrcd Marion, be loved ddcEC daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T). AcEerftian, of Nnmbour, who died a'f diphtheria, on Cth January, 18,35, at the ago of a J years and 6' days, and was buried ?*% in Mitchell ^Cemetery. Sad and lonclM wag the parting From a child so sweet and good. Christ doth father...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

BRANDED FQ| UFL jj ? ^™'i ? ? i There Is a xaal IT i» progresslrs Company In Brisbane frhlcH will re-- Sister your stock bras % paying thai 10/- tee on your beholj £nd; post you: all particulars: oZ t*o 'Amended Brands Act' That Ciipipaiy is Sur-j gical Supplies Ltd., t!$ most expert) makers of S. S. Ltd. ttrsi brands in the. State. The hindlos lire 30 Inches long, with ring,! and tb'c letters either 11 inch, 2 inch, 23 lain, or 3 Inch. The set on 3 handles rasts .'3/6, 22/6,, and 47/6 in lroii, copp^l, anil wrought iron respectively, or ;|-n 2 handles; 16/6, 22/6, 48/6- or on' 51 asEdlo 18/6,! 22/6, 60/- respectively * Postage 2/-: per set extra. : Ear-pl trs is another! line .which is hiuid-m mb throughout by skilful artisans in S lfglcol SupnUOJ: modern workshops. ? _j ? \ i i ' ; j£-'' ??? ! :o:~ *4*-* ' *(V^Sf ADVANC^ AUfRALIA! I One of the mbst effldfjsiUy equipped: factories in the Comntanwt.sJUi is 1b: Brisbane. An tnpretej&ious building,' no doubt, but capable 'neve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

B. BENNETT, UCEN8ED MOTOR CARRIER, BLI BLI. 'phone 73U. LORRY VOR HIRE for picnic r^rti-.-? !-?- all r^rts of the district. Day or nicbt I You ate insured : ? against loss by fire, I which is only a ' ? possibility. But ? 1 what of decay, which j 1 is a certainty, unless i g you keep your home i g well painted. | f is one of the soundest investments you fan ; make, for it protects 1 ? and preserves your pro- j 1 petty from decay, in- j 2 creases its value, and , greidy enhances its ap i pxtarance. Buy 'B.P.' | — the best paint made Obtainable froms ! i Wm. WHALLEY, { 1 , Universal Store*, I NAMBOUR — and- I -MAPLETON. Give Pot-Plants this Christmas EVERT home will appreciate * beautiful palm or fern. It will bear its silent measago ot good will throughout too Tear. CALADIUMS — Georgeoo* plants with leaves beautlfallr ipotted.Telneil.ancl marbled In coloun*. They are uoez celled (or table decoration. Pric«, 2/-, 2/6, 3/B upwanb. KENTIA PALMS— Popular for Indoor beauuflcation becaaw o...

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NAMBOUR RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

. ? .- . i - REDUCTIONS OF THE MOMENT i ? nM|,,,,-,JJL|,__ ? , ? ' , ., ,|,|M|||.,w,,n, ? ' ? | ia !- ? ' ' ?? ? ' '? ! ? f '? *r* In daily evidence; and when good* of, the d»»crtptlo.j. quality, J- And value ara presented, the claim of batter a»t/«faefomhan eUe whara la manlfeatad. i ' ':1j ..... . ? | r ? |V- Munificent Reductions . i \ In Ladies' and Children* s \ Drat wry . , Bljouses, Costumes & Millinery ; ' ?' :. ! f I- / ARE, TO BE PLACED AT COST OK A. LITTLjE OVKK ; i \ ? -j. lj ; WILLIAMS' EMPORIUjVI, -j ! has otrriwl ? tplendld range of up-to-date and sWnat/jj C*ood«, j, and the*j» are oofng at a glganUo reduction, and k w\M *°* «' j * puronaaera. I ! : .?!.!? ???- ; Wb Urai- eavlnga you've already made by purchijtina »&) ^Williams' ;- la going -to be enhancad Un-fold during the ap«til*l-re-t«JUon per- ; '$ ''' ? ' i I ! SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR PRICES ^ AND STEP INSIDE. AND SEAL THE; BAl&AINS . j --. . . i ' ? ? ,:' Dress and Robe Lengths I ; The Lates...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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GYMPIE A.M. & P[?]ETY. ANNUAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. NO SHOW IN 1923 UNLESS £240 SUBSCRIBED. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

OYMPIE A.M. * P.fjCCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING' a if1 SUB SCUIBERS;, [ : , ? 1 CONSTITUTION At AMENDMENTS. NO SHOW IN 1623 VH ,RbS £210 SUBSCRIBE^ | ' The. annua!, meeting at subscribers to' the Gymvlft A?rlcult*\i nl; Mining, mil Pastoral' ?m;lely, vyaji hcjUl In Inn Soldiers* Hull lastj night.} when the President (Mr. A.! O. .0 Austin) on euplc.il the c'n»iir aid the* wCro about thirty subscribers preaeii Tho an nual report u'tfd balance} fnlieet were talwn as rend ami after tllsjcusslon wcr» I'i.ipted. , ! * The keynote of the mnit'.iig was lltn poor support accorded tlie Commltt'j' in holding n sho-.v, by tl3e storekeop '?rs tint] hotrlkRepisp.q on fOymple. ami this was refwred V- by Isijinriat evory speaker. In aecordancfi JVHh: hl» no lice of motion, Mr. V. P. Powrtr moveit jthat this year'* rihowho illmliifitc'l. He Umlntert out. that It the. Ipccljil doiui ition* for the h.nipl.'ig1 eve.its *voro ex cluded, the hoti'lkeopers WUI [lot hu!-- [scrlbe £5 to the Society. IT thij amount...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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AN AMAZING RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

- t AMAfisNO HCORD. , ? f ? : ? N'J s :.wii,!iip| ever luiinched ran cl.iinj hi :n,iiii iilK,«nt a njuonl of m:nrlr«. u-i tli.- Jrlti ii !jil.-r '.Vaiiretiinia.' An .. ii »-v K'-r .ihij! Hh« ha* »t..-ume.d '?'i-.:m(, milt.-* .vnll earrfril nearly 400 onf- ' p.jr i.-n**r». t inelu'lin« her voy .u-.hi.Iic iik Iiw-Jmi'. *)in him travelled j i.M-i-:orj|' i::i;in:,n«ij)ii.;«. Mor-.ovr »he I I...I.I,'. ,j. til hiVe.1 r«,:ordH. and haH , furt.'i- rj|»-»iirvi!-l! tin- r-;rnarkabl-: feat I of KM.nSliniriif nrravcraKe of 25 i knoU i,n 1-. e.jfna-.Jutit.-. runs uvtum thi; At UnUi. ;»:v.r{ m^j»: strltinff in »,-? fact ! tf.-it -ni|tir.;i rr.vjnt t,Ui:c«»Hiv« voya«. 1 -?, tiie ^Jm.-.-i Utyin for th« AtUintiu j ??:-r,.A.ai^iirr.!r«Trt4fty ),;w itmn ftV,. rnin i ui--. lljr fi-itifji. d«»i«neM ami build ?t- m.»iJ!»-i|berjroi;il »t such a man :ni:i'.t:;t \;--M. \ \ . : ! — * — £.- ? I v.f.rn -Mi- ?-,ri3r;itT? laynuin nets out ; !' «¥.: }.i Uiria-- fellow-mortal. May i.iii or.n--. l-(-- i|-.ia!li- -l...

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PECULIAR REPTILE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

PECULIAR REPTILE. Th-» chameleon, whilst awkward of botlliy movement anil exrt'iMlinRly slow in getting from place to place in his customary haunts, has a compensating factor in the tongue, an orsan a3 lorw as its head and body, which can b*; shot out without warning. lik-: the springy 'tanUillsers' recently seen (it village fairs, and made to collect Its insect victim before the insect or, the onlooker is aware of what has hap pened. Hut the chameleon's six inches or more of tongue, by reason of it» light ning-Ilk.; appearance, has not create:! half the interest in the world as the. reputed ability of the lltlln reptile So change colour. It would appear that these color changes, mostly for protec tive purposes, although made under the. intluencc of light, only lupp-:n when the lighting conditions are made apparent to the animal's eye. Many experiments have been made which prove this, such as placing a chameleon ? in a plao; where, although the body was specially illuminated, ih-- h...

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[?] CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

1 nil^E CLUB. ; Thi- f'--tnii|!it}| shoot )f the Naaiiwur ? i:i!ji!« r-iiib vWil Jj^ htlcJ on the range n. \t -ii-jrdaV. aptli January, and mem ber* ,ure r-:(jjie» h! to ittemL 1 : ; { ! i

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POWER ALCOHOL. AUSTRALIAN COMPANY FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

POWER ALCOHOL. j AUSTRALIAN COMPANY FORMED. Considerable interest has been arous ed by the announcement of the forma tion of a company known as Australia Power Alcohol Ltd., for the purpos-; of placing on the Australian market in larpe quantities a locally-produced fuel for uso in internal combustion engines. It is stated that the energies of the company are to be confined at first to the State of Queensland, but eventually the requirements of other States are to be catered for. In the manufacture ?t the ne wfuel the company will em ploy sweet potato, molasses, cassava, and' other materials rich in alcohol. Cassava is not liable to be attacked r.y pests; it can be left in the ground for a considerable period, gaining the whole time in mass and value, and in this it differs from sweet potato, which ,i sa crop must be garnered at a due date lest loss result. The denaturants, which have been a stumbling block for so many years, are no longer an ob stacle. Tntil quite recent times, a co...

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COMMERCIAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

COnMERCftt. EDUCATION. ; I ~g ? ' T'\--i~ !|k ?, iiij-u; in th-- ounvnt ! ntirr!-f.r if .:!i- JM..-;rn.«-' .-f Cum- | m-r.-.' $r;--,..nj: This i-. without! -lnuV. ?(-?? --f ji- nnw!. important J *uti ??[?(- ?i.it.'tvuS. iu-iio tti- ilt.-ntiim j iif :ir .?; ?nurS-Tcfli: ;n-n . to-«t.»y. Ac- j o.inlms !j ? tV- Surt in : which it is takv™. upHviiJ-ii.-g'tiii v.T- Ur---ly the ftittsr' f. 'irs-J nfSii)'- nijumoriv of our Vi-mn. umTv. *\vrgn lh.- importance is str.-s-i.-.i '?( '»-?-- Suh-it l.-v.-l of edu- i .\i!;.-!i i-..i tSvt'jkitv f'f- trilt' SHCCt'SS ! in t! !-? o.-luiuJ-oiajwor-M. ;t nc««l hard- ' y tv- -;.{t.-.i!th.il tni- .ttx-s not imply ti.- slur-.it st :'ii^pi-;ii;i-!'.iont of :ho iirt»nt ini'.y .ir rji-nifc-rs*?i-» !:.»v-- largely bevn -.-sp-n-i:; «-? t*,-r ?J.- !n;:lil:n.it up of the wiiV's-* {??-i!',imi«!y as w- know it ti-- iiy. ana ivv'i.i wt|.- i!.-nie.| many of the ?il!i.-;;t:nri«! yr:.vi.';i.-i th.tl aro now within !'?,? rf-.u-i .-f .ill. \Vh--a r» nr-Mrhi-iii on! aelom...

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PROHIBITION. A TOOWOOMBA LADY'S EXPERIENCE IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

PROHIBITION. A T00W001IBA LADY'S EXPERIENCE D» CANADA. Miss Cohoe, a member of toe well known Toowoomba family of that name, informs 'The Chronicle' as follows: — . : Prohibition in Canada. — After spend ing 18 months in Canada and travelling practically from end to end or Wis , great Dominion, and at the same time, ; studying the place in every way I I could the effects of Prohibtion on the conditions there existing, I have conie back to Queensland more than ever convinced that Prohibtion is a dis tinct success. One has only to con trast the appearance of the Canadian cities with such cities as Sydney or Brisbane, with their open bars, to ap preciate the difference in the soc:a! conditions. During the few days 1 spent in Sydney before comlnc home to Toowoomba, I saw more drunken ness and squalor and heard more filthy language on the streets,, than I saw or heard in all tbe time I was m Can ada. And, unfortunately, the sights to be seen on every hand in our own fair city during the ...

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