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TO-NIGHT'S [?] AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

frO-KIQHT'S EOjCHflk AJHC* DANCE j To-night (Friijiyi f thi ' -\imbni!- C|icket Club's K-,;j;hr« Party?* D.mc»- w|ll b-? heM in tlU XnWrJa%H.»ll. Pi* trji- rrcok-ro.nl. ;-(vhei' a «-&! crowd ii*cir!-pls-er.-4 aijt/l th! 'liiih:» fantasf* sTP.pm' is expeijt.-ii; T^e.^toor will li| in . excellent oriler *ind -M**. Whit --vjl supply the -^tt iivmWl?*' dancf tlj'mrs. ftond prIJcs ;Jre t*- ??? awinl e.f foi* the fiichJe lyiune«hf-nt. -n.l tt»s will be supervision byM« L. Cu »a&k. who is thclcglit mjafil in th. rilht pl.ice. ' - . j

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WHITE AND BLACK. AN AMERICAN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

WHITE AND BLACK. AN AMERICAN ACTION. BusTOX. Saturday. — A real sensa tion has been caused by the action of Harvard University, America's premier educational institution, re garding allegeu discrimination a gainst negroes. Many of the most prominent American negroes are graduates of Harvard, which dad hitherto accorded equal treatment to whites and blacks. The University recently adopted a plan under which all first year men must reside in a special dormitory in the campus. Several negro stu dents applied for admission, but Pre sident Lowell replied that negroes could not be admitted to this dormi tory, and staled that Southern young men would not reside in the same house with negroes. He pointed out other dormitories where the negroes would- be admitted. A wide controversy immediately arose. Letters from all over »-,o country are pouring in to Proressor Lowell, some protesting against, r.nd some approving of. hi* action. The p-ess throughout the country is also taking sides. some N...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Nambour Chamber of Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

Namboor Chamber of Commerce. The January meeting of the above Chamber was held in Thornton A Mur tagh's mart on Tuesday evening, com mencing at 8 p.m. Mr. W. Lanham v/a'-. voted to the chair, and the other* present were Messrs. A. H. Bnahnell. F. Bendixen, A. P. Myurs, A. Wells, E B. Fox. A Williams and A. W. Thynne factinc secretary). Apologies for ab senc* came from Messrs. W. Whalley (president), O. Collins. L. Cusack, C. McFadden, G. H. Thornton, T. Chad wick. T Cheetham, and Rev. A. Wright A ballot was held and Mr. E. O. Perkins elected as a member. Minutes were'eonflrmed, and ariain* therefrom the secretary reported :l-e completion of the Paynter Ck. bridare concreting and decking contract, nu* that the approaches had yet to be m.vl-? On the east end there was promise.) labour that would do what was neces sary there, but on the west end there was possibly gdlng to be a deadlock. The Shire overseer had ordered th.; raising of the end of the last spar-, which the committee thoug...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS. (Incorporated.) [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS. 'Incorporated.) The State Secretary. Federal In stitute of Accountants, Brisbane has received the results from Melbourne. 1919 candidates presented themselves fors -examination at 210 centre throughout Australia, New Zealand. and Fiji, a record number for the In stitute. The successful candidates at Nambour are as follows: O. M. Smith passed in Bookkeeping: and P. Makepeace passed in Bookkeeping, completing the Intermediate examiaa- 1 tion. The final results have not yet been received. A motor cyclist in Armidale, had a very unpleasant experience. A beetle flew down his turoat and lodged there. He was unable to cough up or swallow the insect. His throat dwelled enorm ously and the man was, nearly suffo cated when a doctor cave him reSef. It was found that the insect had »Q2i: its claws a. the membrane, of the throat

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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NAMBOUR COURT DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

NAMBOUR COURT DOINGS. In Uie Police Court on Dec. 30 Wm Joseph Connors, 37, labourer, wvs charged before Mr. S. L. Stomwn»h. C.P.5. and J.P., with having beeu drunk in a public place. Defendant pleaded not guilty, but was convicted and ordered 24 hours in the cells. TTie same defendant was further charye-1 with being a person against whom .» prohibition order had been made, antf during the currency of such order Ton procured liquor from some person un known. To this charge he plencfcd guilty and was fined £1 or 3 days: he paid the fine.— On the 10th before th^ same justice. Edward Joseph D-wer?. 31. farmer, was called to ansv,*er a charge «f having ieen drunk in a public place whi!» in charge of a hor*:: h? failed to appear, and his bail was c« treated^ On summons before the Police M3sr istrate. Mr. Jas. Bracewell. the Com missioner of Tax^s proceeded asa!n*t Otto Tiainen for failing to furnish a.i income tax return for the year 19'f defendant was fined £1 with .1/6 cosl-s. in defau...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Woombye. Mr. CLAYTON NOMINATED FOR MAROOCHY AGRICULTURAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

Woombye. Mr. CLAYTON NOMINATED FOR MAROOCHY AGRICULTURAL COUNCIL. - The Woombye Local Producers' As sociation have selected their chairman -Vr. Fred. Clayton, to contest the fic tion for the District Council of Ma roochy. to represent the fruitgrowing irdustry. Mr. Clayton is wen known as a fruitgrower, of nisirly fifteen ypars experience, and in nuMir iff.- .-.^ ^-,,.vl msn of directors ^r the Wyoir-hve F.G. Ltd. When the Council of Agriculture was initated. their Brmrh iijimcniate i-' got to work and formulated sugges 10ns calculated to put the fruitgrow ing Industry on a sound basis Those suggestions have been published Ex penses and high charges are crippling the industry, and our objective is to have them reduced. The whole ques tioapj transport must be reviewed and if found that economies and better service may be secured Tor the grow er the transport committee of the Council of Agriculture asked to control fame. The State Cannery oupht to come Into the hands of the Council ?m...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

TO CORRESPONDENTS. A. W. Bowder. — Jf«t issue, soyv.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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ELECTION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

ELECTION RESULTS. The count for the Federal Elections, Oueensland Senate seats has been pro ceeding for a fortnight, and it is now announced that Senator Crawford wins flrst place with 154.931 votes. Sena tor Foil cam? second with 127.747 (in complete) and Senator Reid third with 153.778. The fourth seat count re- j suited in favour of General Thomp son with 152.S73. Wide Bay seat count has b«en com pleted, and Mr. Corser declared elect- I ed with 20.33. and a majority of 7.190 I over Johnston. Lilley s»at result has also b«en de clared, and we are waiting to see If Mr. Maekay has not socred the high est majority in Australia.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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MORETON MILL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

, MORETON MILL*ITEM8. t It is some relief to the Company to i find that the oil-loco, U-hen brougut I into the fitting shop, turns out to br- j much less damaged than was reported. ' Most of the woodwork even was only | scorched, and the only metal parts ! 'which it is judged advisable to replace are springs which the heat of the blaze has probably spoiled. Had a* . much been known at the time as is , known now, the loco could nave been j running again in 24 hours. j A much earlier start than usual has i been made with the annual overhaul ! of the whole mill and rolling stock, and to provide for more accommoda tion for the latter, as well as improving j the residential quarters of the secretary i and assistant engineer, the two houses ; they occupy are being moved front round to face Mill-street, in line with the residence of the chief engineer. In their places will be placed sh-kis ; for the li?cos and carriages which have ! now so multiplied -with the growth of j the mill, that th...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Boy Scout Column. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

Boy Scout Column. ? Bt L.P.) The 1st Budertm Troop spent last week-end (Jan. 6} in camp at Mooloola ba from Friday afternoon until Sunday | evening. Having arrived, very hot and rather Veary at 5 p.m. they set with the assistance of Mr. E. Bate, about pitching their two tents. This was accomplished, and they were having tea within 2 hours, to b? followed at 9.15 by cocoa and so to bed- Reveuie oa Saturday was ordered for 6.30. but as everybody was awake and up by 3. breakfast was about 6 o'clock. Some where about then. Patrol Leader P. H. Hurford arrived, having been delayed, rrom coming before. Breakfast over, and the camp made neat and tidy, a bathe about 9 o'clock. Full parade at 9.45 for life saving drill under Mr. P. Jakeman, to whom the Troop owes a debt of gratitude for having Instructed them in this important matter. When we returned to camp ror din ner we found Rover G. T. Will had nron.ired a most excellent meal of boil ed bacon, corned beef and potatoes. A boat was hired ...

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BEERBURRUM CO-OP. CO. LTD. WHY NOT REVIVE IT? [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

BEERBURRUM CO-OP. CO. LTD. WHY NOT REVIVE IT? The position of this company h.« been one of no little concern of Mn lo fruitgrowers and other who have under the belief that an experiment worth trying was jroing^ to be tried, and was likely to lead to the development of a new side-line in the marketing of pineapples, underwrote more or less shares. Unrortunately the manage ment was such that nothing but di saster could be expected, and the con . --ern received a setback at its birth which is serious in its results from a financial point of vew. The position was realised, and action was taken whirh removed the mln source of the trouble, and since then there has been a long-sustained effort to get things go ing again on reliable basis. Very fair progress' has been made towards rcl adjusting matters between -the com pany and Its creditors so as to give il s chance or getting through to succss in spite or the very oad start, ir any body is entitled to sympathy in con nection with the tang...

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PASTORAL CONDITIONS. 1922"S DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

PA8TORAL CONOITIONS. 1922'S DIFFICULTIES. With the pacslng of 1822 we havo left behind u» a year that, In the pastoral industry at least, has been exje of contradictions. — 'Nardoo' iti the 'Sydney Mail.' Fpr the first six months 1922 was tine jof the driest years on record over practically the whole State, and uniil I'.ip. jnd of November the rainfall In the crerijt pastoral areas of Xew South y.'alts was down to drought regJstra lon-j, while in some localities records fur Imean rainfalls were established fjenjTally speaking, in years of iioiicht the fat stock markets rise, so !tial| cattle owners reap some benefit Tronj the dearth of fats. In 1922 ii v is, (not so; hicii freights, slack de nmfls in Europe, and the indisposit'on /f rfieat preservers and exporters to iirrkte caused a period of depression itfht Ihrouch the cattle industry, until .i'iucs were down 'to a lower level hnn at any time since the early nine :-s. During the last three months of tf-22j there was a revival In ...

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

CHEAP PREPAID AD VEKTISQVIENT8. Advertisements under this heading may include: Situations Wanted or Vacant, Articles for Sale or Hire or Ex thange. Houses lo Let or for Sale, Lost find Found, etc. The charge 16 1/- for 1 Insertion up to 12 words, 3 Inserts 2/6; 13 to 24 words 2/-; 3 inserts V-. ? :_ ? / ALPHA Lavai Separator. 27 galls., ^r' **? Barotla Clturn, £10. Jones, Moo ~ loolah. . _ rjANANA' Suckers' for ~ Sale, Caven *^ dish, on property, or arrange dcllv-. cry. W. Fisher, Image Flatv ? ENERGETIC man would like to hear of properties to lease with or with out option, ablu to run few slock with up to 20 acres of cultivation, shares or rent. Farmer, c/o 'Chronicle' , office. ? ?_ ? 'EvjR SALE, a large assortment or * Xmas Suit Coses, Kit Begs, handy Bhoppers, etc., cheap, 24ins. Suit Cases 32/6 each. Leather Kit Bags 18in. 35/0 each. Axe Handles, Chipping Hoes, CruBh Hooks, 1 second-hand Poley £6/10/-, in good order; Carl Saddle, Tugs, and Backhand & Breech ing £7, anot...

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FURTHER REDUCTION IN DODGE BROTHES MOTOR CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

FURTHER REDUCTION IN DODGE BROTHES MOTOR CAR8. Every 1 eduction in factor}- cost, in Vind transport. oVt-rsea .freight and sav ing ni exchange has been consistently Massed on to buyers of Hodge Brothers Motor Gars. No saving however small, escapes Hodce Brothers' scrutiny and is taken into account by them when fixing the irlee of Hie car in this market. That 's why buyers an: assured of the ?ii.ixiinum of value when purchasing Dpilge Brothers' cars. A further reduction is announced in 'his issue. Dodge Brothers' Touring ear is now listed at £i20 and the Boad ster t '1 10. This shows a reduction of ?l.'i and when this, together with the ^xtra equipment in the way of a fifth Cord Tyre and Tube, is taken into con sideration. Dodge Brothers car shows 1 reduction of about £30. The remarkable reduction of £220 'las been made in the price since the ?peak' reduction in February 1921. Not ?nly has !his reduction been made but 1 considerably improved car is offered to the public. The latest p...

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

P' MARRIAGE. ACKERMAN— COLLESS.-— The mar riage to James Cooper AcUcrtnan. second son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Ackcrman, of Namuour, to Ada. Urn youngest daughter of the late Mr. Edwin and Mrs. Colloss, of Nambour, was solemnised by the Rev. Joseph Taylor, in St. Peter's I Church of England, at Gympic, on 8th January. 1923. ? (Metropolitan papers please copy.) IN MEMORIAM. TAPPER. — In- loving memory of my dear .wife and our_de(ir mother, who passed owny after a shorl illness on January 20th,' 1 V li 2 . Not lost, but gone before. Inserted by her loving family. Father, Doris, Louie, and Edle.

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Mapleton. QUEENSLAND ORANGES SUCCESSFULLY MARKETED IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

Mapleton. C'IKENSLAND ORANGES SUCCESS FULLY MARKETED IN THE EAST. Mr. G. R. Clerk, of Mapleton, expor '.ed oranges to Java during last season, md received a much higher nett re turn than if h« had marketed same in Brisbane. As early maturing common (?ranges seldom command a protltable return in our local markets, growers would do well to exploit some of the many markets in the East, containing is they do a largo percentage of Eu ropeans among the populations. There are at least six centres, all within three week's sail from Brisbane, and as ?he months during which a keen 3e mand exists for oranges are just those months when our crops are maturing, this certainly is an opportunity to do hotter than f- or 7 shillings p^r case kit-ally. Mr. Clerk further remarked 'hat South Australia has been doing well in some of these Eastern markets, but in view of the fact that our '?ranges mature so much earlier than those grown in the Southern States, wo haw ,i deeid-'d advantage, not only ;n ci-...

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Cooroy. RAILWAY RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

? C5oc|roy«|| ; RAILWAY ! RETl$N-. Following an: ihe |rrtij'-iclion- .it Cooroy Station Tf{ V\' rfjbnUi en I. I 31 December li»2^. Pws'^jser- t'cLots issued 1320. Tonnyr? InwitJM 208.'---ai. ward 102. Live st-jr'.:, p'j.-?;lii;. r'.ut!,. 57. lior«es 12. lo«a! rfvf^i'.it W ih.' month £811/6/5. i ; !i:. RECHABTTKS MEET:1«O. The annual mpcjlnp ar|4?;ii5St.illn!i^n was held here ')'* AVcof-^iay ni^Iit last. Tiierc was Jn. escc%nt'.ttl'''i.l ance. Including Brb. HoslSiVis, district secretary. The rolnnvinc .[jhcers w.;r« elected: Chief mjler. BrHi M;m»--h. deputy. Sister Mvjriocii, ;=pisl ct'l«f ruler. Bro. Krohu;i scr, ?||ter Cs'ftp i : a ? i ! ii .... r-2iell, treasurer, Bro. Loosemore; mono; ?'s^jwad, Bro. Graham; guardian Bro. Pplts: Icvites. Bros. Ewald and Born. siipt. of Juveniles, Sister G. Murdoch; Juvenile Secretary, Sister Smith. The Superintendent of the Juveniles ami m i 'rotary were presented bj- the Dis trjet SecreUrj- with the badge of the Juveniles Tent. Bro. Murdoch as ...

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"THE CHRONICLE" Nambour, Friday, January 19, 1923. Eumundi. WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

'the c|hr6¥i?:le' Nambour, Friday, .liiiiifjtry. };t,1.l'.»23. ' '' ? -.' ';.'.t v ' Eumuncli. j W^ATHE^ : - Fine wealhcr! lias i(*;vall;id during the last wcel: \\illli Uic[^xcC|itlon (if - couple of days which wiire vttry fuUry. ^nOPS.;? ) The rains whEch hav-g fallrn ihirit]^ the laol month ijave pr;3|ei) j-cry !u;n eflclal lo the .fnrms-ar'|und( lite il'.s Irlel. There lire j some tt|ce:lt'nl crniis of maize and the l-nnnn$« »i-J eominp on well. The ma|rkets fyr bananas sir. now on the risej and. tip ft'dwrrs ate anticipating g'oocl retuffts ffiom their crops which are! conilnj**- f-wward and will soon he rca(|y for ctinsfjhinp. Many local gywcrB l«id ? '.excellent crops (if passion jfruili li^ii aj; Hhe mar ket appears lo l-n 'glut '.cd jjtnd. iSio prices do not warrant (hem Itjjiii^r itiarke'.1*'!, Ihey have dccifliid owirit toithe ris': of losses on th^ionsigiii^rnisilo wil'n hold Ihcm from ijlip So.{t^erh jmarkels MEMOljUAL P^hlC. | ? The Memorial ? Park Oimmittoe re port- t...

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COORPAROO MOTOR FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

pOORPAROO MOTOR FATUITY. ^Iiist an it w.13 being »nj(J: Wit Brl« tiajie wa.i gelling to be' 'ing of U«-» rn^st dangeroui plar«-. toi«p motoring in* owing to th.- gr'i* amonnjfof will 'hiving indulge! in thire,.:i MeJT.ous ac fifent bah happened 'vhirtli ;I'JS* '' '-' -'fe-cd will have a soberlAK'- ^'.cl. .1 p^ty tearing home at a -in4rir to I ' p.5i. on Sunday lant M a r«t«; ;S-?or'!!rv toj a wilneas, 60 to -d mWei {*-r hour al.mar tlte old r.Ii!vela»;driaf!.j^:oorp.i rojr. n-«t an outgoing *hr\ni( jr^, & the t»|riflc impact w.ih {iccontp^iii'd by rojalts which proved f^t-i! l-\ tpe ilriv-:r off the car, whose chest \V:§ trani fltf;d by the n«.ir-i»h*ft od feie cart. rt'los apparently prowjig thjitShf; car! %y. ?- then on it.-* wronfi -(?!??: ,^4 youna w. rn;-n whosp injuries rniwt'i^ve b'eri in (sntly fatal, ami sever? .'nSirl-is '-'- th cart driver and.al! hiit ^i^ of th oc upanta of t!2n en- Tfe Collision w * apj-srently not -;iit-f f|c.i»on, for th! ear continued a trffn...

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

NAMBOUR'S OIVKLOPMINT. Th«S N.imbour l» fast becoming »up p/ieil with the requirement)! that K' io ni.'iki! city life endurable will h'irdiv be ilispiited. Tniu, we havo no clcc ?ric ll^rtit supply yet, nor even wfit;r laid on, nor decent sewerage, nor m-i'' other thlngw, but we mrty henceforth ho-i4t: thnt at leant tmn line of our trim'; ha* been considerate enouwh t« pro vide strap*) for surplus pnmntngeM lo han« to. Briefly, the '*tr»n-h;inifr' '» to become another local InntlttiMon ? BrG FISH ? Thp fl«binK In Maroorhy River Jn* been (food lately, and mont fincrier* have done well. Among recent Mit fJ***t catcher Mr. A. II. Kvnn» »cor«*l (v/o (Ine BTopnr near the mouth of Cootnm Creek. While not pretendlmr to ?»-» out-slMK, both flub 'they were- not naught on the same line, nor on '???? mbi' dsy even) went welt over 1 cwt %f.iny look on thlit n\w: an that at which thi-- fish provides the beat eating.

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