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

Personal. Mr. Jan. Porsyth, our former popular member for th- Dldtrlet, l» taking a wellearne!l holiday In the nhap* of .-mother jaunt to the old country. !!«? wll! be away from 9 to 17 month*, -in.! on behnlf of hi* m»ny old frtrnd* ir thi« neighbourhood we whth him 'bon voyaije.' We understand he le.ivp* next month. Mri. J. W. Inn'** *n-l Mlw Wilm,i Thynne hav-- aone tot a fortnight's holiday ?-»! Tambourine Mountain. Mr. and Mr*, hvuul ami their two Ht'l'- (Unghti-n have \m» for Inlnfiil N.Q.: after wm» ten we«kV reaMerc ta Nambour. while Mr. Lund wan *«? ll^vinsr Mr. ?po-I-». Manager of tbr; Bank of N3.W.

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

(fane Adams' Private Hospital, ' Maud Su, fUmbour. ' 'fbone 45. NURSE (Mrs.). ADJUB8, ' A.TJJJL CerUa&Hc* of Loo -co Obstetrical Society. Clspui.ni Maternity Hot.pittl; and Central &Udwlvt«' Board. London. . Nine (Mrs.) Beansang ? Cartlncat*d Midwife. nu acquired the Residence of Mr. V. D. Murtagh, Blackall Terrace. NAMBOUR, as a Hospital, and will continue to receive patients a* previously. 'Dmnport' Private Hospital, kEniLWORTH~ROAD, EUMUWDI. ??phOB«! NO. 11 ! NURSE POLE-HORE '? Hospital Trained, Nurse. : 5Uta Registered. ~? ALFREb CROFTS, M.P.S., ;»h«ra»ac*uti«al Chwnlr 1 Photographio Depot, 5 HAMBOUK. ?iAll photogranhlo Gocfit « U»t prices tor easts. F. WIMMER, j Soft Drink and Cordial Manufacturer. Maker of all' Iciiius of Soft Drints and Cordials. i TOR THADE SUPPLIED. '? Winnor 1st prize for Cordials j National Show, 1922. I Mia STREET. NAMBOUR. j H. A. DONALD, ; Coachbnilder, Wheelwright, General Blacksmith. — . J I 11 ^boelrg. Repairs. Painting. 1 jloderate ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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GREAT SWIM FOR LIFE SHARK INFESTED WATERS. SYDNEY, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

QRBAT SWIKI FOR L1F«. H SHARK INFESTED. WATERS. . . 1 SYDNEY, January 13. 1 A young man fell overboard front ? Ih.i steamer Hunter near Nowcaattc. I and had a remarkable swim for. lifo. I Hit was in shark Infestud waters for * i ii hours, but auooootlod la reaehlu? I Hod I lead beaoh. I John Greenwood, aged 21, a rest- I dent of Newcastle, was travelling to Sydney to sco tho ohnmpionship swimming races. Tho nljht was warm and ha. was not able to sloop, so Im went on donk, and was standlm; agninst thQ rait or Iho ship. Thorn was a s wo 11 on, and tho vessel i-avo a lurch. Greenwood overbtilanneil ! and nobody saw him go overboard. Ho called for help, but tho atcamor left him behind In a tossing son. A camp fire ashore gave him his direc tion In tho dark, and ho roslgni-il himself to n lonn swim. Tho fear of sharKs worried him morn than the dlstanco to tho shore, but ho knpl ttm light In sight, and found that lie was making headway. Aftor hn hi, I 'mon In tho water for what unamed to ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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NEW METHODS IN KNIFE MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

. 1 NEW MKTH008 IN KNin MANINO. 1 A short time ago tho Ttritt»h Oiiltery U rtcsearch AssocKition held an cxhtbi- ? lion of modern motho»ls as appiieitlo B the cutlery trade. The exhibits in- W i- !uilcd the latest machines used in H Great Britain In the manufacture of fl socket Knives, table knives*. mM» antt ? scissor.-*. OnoNif the nov*MU-s shown ? it this exhibition wns a machine, which ? ??!cctr!c:-lly \v«Ut» table fcnife Watten m !o steel handles. The handler aro hoi- ? ;.iw and art' produced and ground by U machinery and aro so con*lmcted as M to combine balance ami lightness with I ilurabiiity, ttood appvaraneo. and above ? il! a low price. Still mom intercallnji ? was the domonstcaUott of the UUest I discovery in eleotro-platln*. It Is I the method by which silver, copper, ? nickel, iron or steel can bo plated with ? chromium. A process tins been ovol- M ??eil by which thi» motat ran bo usod fl ?omniercially for platin« many Kinds I ? f «ooils. such as knife blades ami 1 han...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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A GENEROUS COAL LUMPER. CASKET MONEY FOR CHARITY. BRISBANE, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

A OCNIROUS COAL tUMPKR. C.\3KET MONEY FOR CHARITY. BRISBANE, January 15. The winner of the 15000 prlw in Die No. 60 Golden Casket Art Union hxn donated iUOO to charity — ttOO each to the Creche and Kindergarten Associ ation, Children's Hospital, the Matc Miserlco?diae Hospital, and the Ambul ance Brigade, ills name Is Joha Rows White, of '5-Stanley-street. South Brisbane, and he Is a. coal lumper. Mr. White mid* his donation through the manager of tho GoW«n Casket {Mr. W. S. Nobla). It 1* sUt ed that this l» the first time % Golden Casket winner has donated through official channels portion of hl» prl« money to eharity. 'The action -it Mr. White.- «o«v the Kome Secretary (Mr. McCorraJMlc) U-- -liy. 'win be v--ry muca appreciated by the churltles concenwl.' The Gov ernraeat will subsidise the amount do nated to the Children's Hospital at fhe rate ot It lor tl. and that given to lhe Ambulance tt tot ti. i - 4

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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N.Z. FINANCES. GREAT IMPROVEMENT. WELLINGTON, January 1[?] [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

. N.Z. FINANCES. CHEAT IMPROVEMENT. WELLINGTON, .fnntwry II. Th» PrlniM Mlnlst«r (Mr. MiiHH.-yl ^Uiti.'H that ther-! Ims bp.--n 11 trnnicnil 111M improvement during Ihn piHt 12 ?niintlm In tht: financial pntdtlon of tin Dominion, \hn hetlnnncnt bclnx espKcl illy marked during the lust threu morittiH Th« rovuniK! for tho nine 'nonth*' ended Doctirnbur amounted to -.n,iH9,anf; u» nKainm 1 1 «,30r».r.2f- for the torn.'.Mpomllnx period of tho inrvlotm year. Th« ''Xpendlturn In (he riant nine, month)* wn» £l9,l89.ir»7, m i«ainHt St'i t ,7:J5.:j»7 In thut corr«Npond nt? f-t-rloi! of t'Jil. Lnttt mrmtn't rft /(tiiue amountert i« £3/120, .'u 7, an !n ?r*ii*f. of til.iKii; as compared with -f;ci'mb«r of \'Hi. Al th« Science (\ongre.M, Mr. .1. M. T«lt, of Chrlatchurch. rcud a paper on 'Hoim* AspecU of N«w Xealand War '??in;»nc«.' |(i- stated that taxation rri-.v from £5,300,000 In J9ii to KI.'J, -00.oo*- In 10 19. whIU! un «Htlmat# of 'he total cost of the war stiow.'U tfiftt 'iH i ,500,000 h...

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

JMP03NDBD.. to 'the. Shire ot Jm . borough Pound on the 13th Jsu . ,ary, 11)23. ?''?' '?'?' '-?? '? ?'? .''?'? I rol and while Cow smudged brand 1 black *nd white Cow brand 'BD (Gtp ». horiwmW). ?'? 1 vfctle MelfcrAwnded P, (diamond) i brnldle Sleer branded 5DX 1 brown Bullock branded K 1 i 1 poly Cow blue and white, branded 1GB B horizontal) ' . 1 red Cow branded 1CBIB hortx _ onttll. #» 2 red liclfcrs unbranded ^---'' 1 while Bull unbranded. , If not refiascd on or before 12 noon of the 29Ui January* 1923. will be sold lo defray expenses. . W. MALTMAN, ,-jL, PoundKeepcr. .; STATUTORY HOTtOE TO 4. CREDITORS. He SAMUEL- MILLWAHD. formerly or Toowot/mba. but late of Woombyc. in the -Stale of- Queensland, Re tired Railway Employee, deceased. TtfOTICE Irt hereby given Uial all creditor^ and other persons having f claims against the Estate of the above named Samtiel Millward. formerly of Tcowoomba, but late -of Woombyc, in i the State of Queensland, deceased, who ! died on or about the ...

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

?— — — - p _J ? Business and Building Sites. SUBDIVISION ALLOTMENT SALE ON jriie GffcH:NI)S. YAND1N . SATURDAY, JfcWUftRY 20 It |ta Mcxn^Stisrp. ' Under Instructions THORNTON & MlfRTAOiiJftvill submil for ale ; by Public Auction Uic abov i:»!loUnentsi, tin; proj--i:rJ$ of Mr. A. \V. flovtler, Yandina. ? i.l* ? BE SURE AND ATTKtro THIS SALU AJSD C-i}JK MIGHT IN ON 7 !F GROUND FLOCjH. j !? THORNTON * lltJRTAQIi;1 RmI Property Salesmen and OenraHal Auc tfneers, Nambour. ; ? _ — _____ ? _ — \-~4-— ? , The Greatest of £ AIL ! ! ! '?:, ? 1 ? & j | THREE ? DAYS — |4— SALE ~ j IN THE MEMORIAL HALLj, Nk 1B0UR. j , January 25, k, hnd 27th ? \ Special Tram Arrangemnntt from Iflaplotofjand Dlaroochy Ri *r . THE GREATEST SALE EVE II HjiLD l.'i JTHE DISTRICT. ;? '? ^ SOMETHING FOR Et'ERVBfjliY. THERE ARE FAR TOO MANY LINES T-!- MENTION IN THIS I'Ai EKj ! WE WOULD REyUlRE THE WHOLi: iSSirFj||OH OURSELVES. i i THE RANGE comprises— Cups and Sailc«rs. ockery, CuUrry. ots Und Pans, Sil...

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

* ? ^s=M . i f Effect! *eNoyJ/1 922 ; five .ml | Non-Skid Cor^ !'fyres : Win he supplied aS'tStd?idard i Equipment hn J ; ... 5- - - -^. ? ; '7* I WITHOUT AN^ .\DDiTI,0N TO .-* PRICE !! I Roadsterl - i ; £11-25 j Touring 1 .. - ! £^35 ' yXAL CXALSXr % ' Returned Soldiers' Gairage, ^mbour. ? : ? UJ ? Distributors for Queensland ami N Rioeff of'NJS.W.: ' Canada Cycle pz Motor Ag mdy \ (Q.) Ltd. BRISBANE ROCKHAMmrO.S TOW^SVlitB^ USMORS . ? - . .;.—!,. ? j iT'l *|— — ? -^ ^ ???? llANFilfiMMAfl ! 'it if' Bananas arc the '? \'joncv Cnip' of ihc Kniit ifcro^cr, anil are capable c.\ proiHsrir-s farmer ;iml ^utcltr returns than anv oth-jr ctoj) Rr jvu, but they s -. :i ctltms: t;iv«nj-ur.il | fertilityof the soil.! TlitTcfon; tlu- { : ' I PLANTS REQI.JJRE FEF.DIXi ; | ! to maintain the pro!iii-tiveiie*s ami tiii.iljt, ?. l-y \%o appli cation of thu ri^!)-. jjimt of tcrtilifun} in }t : ri^ht jay it is || possible to ;' IS ! t DOUBLE THE ij YIELD 1 '? ! \ i il ? ??? ; i '? f ? . «i besides kee...

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AUSTRALIA'S CREDIT. HOW IT STANDS IN LONDON. ADVERSE RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

AUSTRALIA'S CREDIT. HOW IT STANDS IN LONDON. ARVEHSE HATES OF EXCHANGE. After an absence abroad extending over three years. Sir Robert McC. An derson, who is well known in financial and commercial circles, returned to Melbourne last week by R.M.s. Ormuz from London. Discussing trie ^enfral financial outlook Sir H. Anderson slat ed that in his opinion. Australia would soon nna it aimcult to borrow money at cheap rates. The Commonwealth and the States, with the single excej\r tion of Victoria, were not popular with investors. But Victoria's credit stood in high esteem. This was largely due to the fact that this State had held tenaciously to the wise course of mat in? adequate provision for sinkin* funds, and furthermore a feeling ex^ isted amongst investors that the bor rowed money was --pent wisely with a detenuinatioin to get full and* lasting value for it. There was a widespread belief that some of the States were spending large sums of money raereiv to increase the size of the cit...

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THE KNELL OF THE STOKERS' HELL. MOTOR-SHIP'S EFFICIENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

THE KHEU. OF THE STOKERS' HELL. MOTOR-SHIfS EFFICIENCY. 'Yes.' .said the Chief Offlcer (Mr. Herbert Ludin). ''tne day of the motor-ship is here. Never do I want to go back to the devilish roaiin? and the dirt that I have known. Misery, misery, misery!' It was the new motor-ship Eknaren. flyinc the Swedish flag, which lay off Birt's Wharf. South Brisbane — a long. 'hapely. hamperless steamer of some 5000 tons burthen, notable by reason of lack of funnels and top-hamper, and splendidly free from the hitherto in evitable crowded looking mass of ven tilators, derricks, funnels, and other impediments. Yet she is a handsome looking ship, well and solidly built, and bearing the sign-manual. 'Built in England,' all over her from shapely stem to cruiser stern. As a matter of fact she is a pn-d-iel of the famous yards of Wiiliain I-ox- ford and Sons, of Sunderiand. and the moment one stepped iho-jrd her anil noted the solidity, the Pnish. snd i:vcn the elegance — if that word can De rp plied ...

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NAMBOUR v. PALMWOODS. A RARE FINISH: DEAD HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

NAMBOUR v. PALMWOODS. A RARE FINISH: DEAD HEAT. Palrnwoods, the leading team in the North Coast Cricket Association's com petition, met Nambour on Saturday last   on tho Show Ground oval, and though   the visitors had practicaliy their full   strength out for the match, their las'   wicket was skittled when the score   recorded SS to each team.   V. Gaylard stood out both with bat   1 .-p.'i i-ali. securing top score for tfce ti;.y with 44. and bowled 13 oters for 40 runs and 4 wickets. There Is m liouM that this veteran — we say vet- I er.m b-'oiuse he has passed his half-   century in years — still looks for the   game now as he did when 16 years     of age.     Skipper Lloyd, the man with the. j gloves for Palmwoods, accounted Zir ? flve of his opponents, taking fast i chances from the bowling of M. Thorns, whose ...

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Didillibah. [?]TTALL-SCHOTT WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 19 January 1923

Didillibah. NUTTALL-SCHOTT WEDDING   The marriage of Percival Fearnly   Nutall and I.illias Amelia Schott was   Quietly celebrated In the Church of   England, Nambour, on December 20th     1923 . The bridegroom is the eldest   Son of Mr. and Mrs. G.' Nuttall of Uo- iionnt, Nambour, and the bride The only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Schott of Didillibah, late of Tea-     wiin h.i'. The bride, who was given   Away by her father, was gowned in ivory white crepe-de-chine. bound with white satin ribbon and finished M j \v;ii-! with pp:irl cirdle and white s'.t- j It) ??[ wiim'rs. A dainty weddinxr vc;\ \ v-3- ' !so worn, ind a pretty bouquet of j w'mV. c.-.rtus d.ihli.is and asparagus | ft'rn .ipil with satin streamers was - c'rr.i .1. T!i.- hridp was attended by j her iu?in. Miss Dori* L&neaster 'nl fDaiby) as bridesmaid, 'who wore a frock of lemon ge...

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Boy Scout Column. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

Boy Scout Column. (By LEAPING PANTHER.) After the holidays 'Leaping Panther' lakes up his pen with renewed vtgour, and having -visited several camps -within a distance of 50 miles around, includ ing the Woombye New Year Camp and the Buderim Mountain Epiphany Camp (both these latter being at Mooloola ba) feels much encouraged, but in the bests interests of Scoutinc, tenders the following comments. The discipline throuchout the whole North Coast district is too slack. AU are to blame, the Committee, the Offi cers, the Patrol Leaders and the boys; but chiefly the officers. The ideal of the Scoutmaster should be to set an example of respect to his assistants and for them to be able to place themselves on the level of the boys, entering1 into the games and sports with them, but the who}e time keeping them well in hand. It is easy enough to keep discipline once you have it, but once it is lost, it Is In dan ger of being- fone for ever. Once a lad of some 12 summers Is allowed to address h...

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Landsborough BURNING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

Landsborough. BURNING FATALITY. A very sad burning fatality occurred here on Wednesday morning (Jan. 17.) A young girl about 18 years of age. named Rita Leis, who wa3 in the cm ploy of Mrs. G. E. Hyde, the local butcher, was engaged at the stove pre paring breakfast, and it is presumed that she had lit the Ore and removed one of the covers when the flames shot out. Igniting her clothing. This being of light material she was soon enveloped in flames. Her screams soon brought Mrs. Hyde, who did all that was possible, in fact narrowly escap ed herself. Ambulance officers O'Brien and McCusker were soon on the scene, '.nd rendered first aid, but the injur ies to the body were so severe that they summoned Dr. Bower, of Beer burrum Hosipt.il, who fortunately se eured a train at once and was soon on *:t' scene. He ordered her removal t' the hospital, as a train was soon avail able, and she was promptly taken over )-? the ambulance car, many willing hands assisting, so that she .was safe ,'y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

i None Adams' Private Hospital,! : - Maud «L, nambour. t : | 'Pbon/45. i ?? NURSE (Mrs.). ADAMS, i A.T.N.A. Certificates or Loo ...o f Obstetrical Society. Clayuam is MateraUj Uobpllal; and Central ; Midwlvea' Board. London. ;j Nnrsc (Mrs.) Beamsang j j oertinoaied midwife. j &u acquired the Residence of Mr. f \. D. Murtagh, Blackall Terrace. ! j NAMBOUR, ! j ; u at Hospital, and will continue to j 1 '? receive patients as previously. ' 'Davenport' Private Hospital, 1 ' ! KENILWORTH ROAD, EUNURDI. j : j 'Phone Ko. 11. j , j HORSE POLE-HORE : ' Hospital Trained Nurse. i ? ; j State Registered. ; ~ ALFRED GBOnS, TvUHlT ?hBTtn*o*utical Chemist , Sij ; Photographlo Dapot, ?? NAMEOUR. :. All photographic Ocodf at list I prises for cash. ; F. WIMMER, ) Soft Drink and Cordial ; Manufacturer. - Maker of all Uuua of Soft iKinks and 1 ? Cordials. I I THE TRADE SUPPLIED. , ' . Winner 1st prlro for Cordials | ' national Show, 1822. j , millstrectTnambour. : I H. A. DONALD, ' Coachbnilde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

head omr yliYCP'*1^ f dnkt. General Elafikinsr '? business -» t)w Principal &ti«f|ind Tamk* c»r *uitr«l,». Hi; (kunu (X a--d London (A Savings Bah!; Dei artment -t*n Br«ncK«a, and sf vlnninahk %B«fK!-** c 3109 Post Offlcw thromh o«rtUi.Commonw»ntn cj|»,;,-.r.;».-i-rr :orMM *r ry »jl ind *rm Syino, Solooww Wtmll Protactorvt*. ira! »tfl»r pj -t» jnf t!-« P»:-rtci 3i' Intani on Oc :-o4-t» up to £? ICCV. 3', Inturwri on An! :-u*tm ow- -St,f 'O u» to 51,300, Dcputv Go»»rtior: : : Co* '?^o^?. ^ JAMES KEH ? !»'*? OEN1S- N M1UUSR. K.C-NI.C. '~- ? ' ? ;~ p'T?= ? ,| IJECA1 iM the New leale Player LJ Pian - I)ia5|a|techriiqtle far beyond the demai di of tpe most difficult piece of music jvferiw^itten, arid because it possesses leviires for chi intellectual control ni thai ttchniqua in no sense detracts £ otn it ias a pialo for use by the manu d|y Isrhficient musician. To overlook tlits itsptct of thejVirw Scale is to neglect wha^ is lossibly its neatest attribute. ; The bener t uiJicij...

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SALE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

SALE RE?ORT. 1 Mc.8Hr» Thornton, X Murt-igh report ! rfcoent flales aa -r»llp'*»: — . | J Cane farm containing 23'wres Burn- j (?j'le. on acount Mr. f. Day, to Mr. C. ?3ayton, Brisbane; 1] 9-acre dairy niA limami farm KfinHwyth on ;iccount of -j F. Mohammed A Co., to Mr. Henry rl-itz, Kenllworth ; 3'i O-.icre dairy and cine farm, GayadatiJ on account Mr. S\ Cole to Mr., .ftinjer. New South Vales; » ? I Allotment nal.\ Yai-dina. oh account o Mr. C. W. Brjwdtf: Out of ti al 1- tmenU submitted bf auction on Sal- ! ii day 8 were. ? ho1- a* follows: — L .t. N5. C . Mr. if. Mi Carthy, Yan.llnt. j £ 7/10/ ; block 3. 2-!J-, block 13, 23'-. - r. F. H. Miinthrfy, Ylmiina; blocks 11 a -1 lit, £77/10/ Ui -. Emily Ablln.' V mdlna; and block* IS am! 17, HO .% as Alice Bovvil'ir, Wynnurn; thre-j [ o her blocks are iimir nttir and th-: j s: le can be describe'* an highly huc c-s»fa. '?' Th.? firm specialty ir«!&»irt» that the v, ;!I i.iovvn dairy h'-ffl of Mr. C. Bon n- 11 whieU was *o!i{ *...

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NEW SETTLERS' LEAGUE. FORTNIGHTLY NEWS BUDGET No. 19. REDUCTION IN FARES; The cost of [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

NEW SETTLERS' LEAGUE, t FORTNIGHTLY NEWS BUDGffT So. 19. ; REDUCTION IN FARES: The co*t of assisted passages to Australia h-is it en reduced as from 1/12/1923. «cn tract rate for migrants booked Jrum and after that date is £33 cf which amount the Commonwealth contributes £11 leaving a balance of £22 to ie jwtid by the nominator or nominee. Passage money on account of nom inations may be oaid in Vie various ways as follows: !a) Full amount in Queensland (b) Full amount in London ; (e) Deposit in Q'land and bal.fece in London ' (d) Deposit in Q'land balance* by instalments Nomination forms and full particulars are obtainable Uirouch th« neire.st Clerk of Petty Sessions. NEW SETTLERS: During the month of January 30S new settlers will have arrived. This number only represents new settlers who have come uiitter the Assisted Passages system. Of course many others wend their wa^ito Queensland from other States anca.-is fUU payers. I FARM LADS: The demand for f*r.i lads is remarkable and ap...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NAMBOUR V. BEERWAH. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

NAMBOUR v. BEERWAH. Nimbour played Beerwah on the Nambour ground on Saturday, and only notched 63, to which Beerwah made j a poor reply with 25. At one sta^e of i the innins-s, the visitor.* had lost eigM I wickets for 7 runs. Oaylard. six for , 12. and Elly Perren i for 12, were j responsible for the downfall. Clarke fBeerwah) took six for 28. The in- j div'dual scores were: — Nambour: E. Perren b. Tatlow ? 1 J. Peak b. Clarke ? » V. ftavlsrd c. Metralfe h. Clarke 5 C. Platter e. Arfcock b. TaSlow . . n N. Brake c — b. Clarkf ? 7 M. Haley, b. Clarke ? 2 B. McFadden c. Clechorn b. Clarke 1 i R. Robinson r. Clephorn !-. Clarke '» P. Bendixen e. — b. Fawkner .. 7 A. Slade l.b.w. b. Fawkner .... 7 O Collins not out ? -- Sundries ? '? Totil ? '- ? S3 Bowiin?: Clarke 6 for 28, Tatlow 2 for 19. Adcock 1 for 0, Fawkner 2 for 6. Beerwah : — Tatlow b. GayUrd ? .1 Cleshorn b. Perren ? 0 Hexton c. Brake t-. Perren .... 1 Fawkner c. Brake b. Perren .... O Clarke c. Platter b. Perrert .... 2 Adc...

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