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MR. J. D. STORY BACK. AUSTRALIA HOLDS HER OWN IN EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

MR. J. D. STORY BACK. AUSTRALIA Hm.n= HER OWN IN EDITCATION. SYDNEY. Sat«r-l!\v. — 'Au«tr*U ' | '?oiilrl do well »o consirler r.ili'orni.i'i | ??criculfural methods.' s.iys Mr. J. D. =«nrv. PuWe service Commissioner of r^.p^rwl-m,! who r--''T,o.l to Sv.ln.'v 'mm America by the M'tkum to-day. 'T frtim/l (ho r--'f'r.mli nrrtciiltlir'1' iminslrv nnranUo.*.' l.e mldf-ri. 'it -''illf,irn'» ?» itp^ ''-'l nf lfi» wnrt ?-»»» hv t*-» r-«'r,ni'fmon-a of »f»Weiit ♦nr*» Jn Aua^rpH'l ia ahlv CWiiirtrtl f.v ?- To'Iock. of A-rWrti»lV-- within t»i-- — «:,»»Bi»v Va'nafc'ff ivrlr hrm V.o»o r..'. ?«nii*«). nsrticu'^rl? In rewirch --nH t-ost-!rr3rt-j-»tp courses bv fttwtontv ?»?» 3 fpa(,jro. rtnri thpir hitrh'v toi-hrt'rr.I 1-'-n\vi»'-co h»3 mot wf'h rPw-Tff Tf.' n»r.'»'*mi.nt o» A«r-i-iiitn»o la rmr»i»-i«..- j m-m nr fhe IndUol^V.' \fl- 5forv S3if- fh't hp hafj v'o'» ' ^^'ct^^i pf*nr^*lort!*l lna**t1|t'Oia s** hp vi^-= ronvinrprl. (hat tn p''n--V'- *?-*?' moTv cppr.'^'»FV. ht\{\ u n*' v-**'*: *' ' *i-...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PETRIE Ck. B. v. ROSEMOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

PF.TRIE Ck. B. v. ROSF.MOUNT. Rosemount B. played Petrie Ck. U last Saturday, the losers to pay fur lunch. Petrie Ck. was successful, easily defeating their opponents by 95. For, Petrie Creek Fred Perren scored 10:1, playing good cricket, and Sam Boyle captured the majority of the wtckeU. with good break balls, Rosemount's chief scorer3 were Tom Perren. By croft, and Dave Perren. The follow ing are the scores: — Petrie Creek: F. Perren c. Maddigan b. D. Perren ? 10!i N. Boyle run out ? t» S. Boyle c. Bycroft b. T. Perren IS J Quirk c. Perren b. A. Pcrren . . 9 R Thomas h.o.w. b. A Perren ,. . 13 C. Boyle b. E. Perren ? 15 A. Goodrich run out ? i) H Lowe c. Perren b. A. Perren . . -2I) R. Nichols l.b.w. b A. Perren . . 0 W. Holt c. Woodlands b. T. Perren ?! L. Love not out ? ?'? Sundries ? ?'? Total ? 191 Bowllnir for Rosemount Allan Perren 4 for 48,' D. Woodlands 0 for 27. F. Pcrren 2 for 36, A. Perren 0 for 12, E. Perren 1 for 27. B. Bycroft 0 for 27. O. Perren 1 for 10. Rosemount:...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

j I WHY REMAIN UNFIT? j JWHY DOSE YOURSELF WITH DRUGS? ! NATURE I OWN REMEDIES mr» th» most cony*nl«ot, »lmpr» and ! «ff9cU»» fmtfiod of securing and retaining jour health. TH«n why '? remain tiCU? Why not ascertain and lnv«*Ugat» tho tyttam prao* j Used by I 9a iLkine' Botanic nyuynid institute : WICKJAM STREET. VALLEY, BRISBANE. To t!:-' :'fi:ji'i:c'n.ii:y it;i!l!. but orx.mir.ilt}' S'Hinil person, thi-rv is niv ? noe.l fir irui U\w*. I-ItlT.S Ot) NOT OUHK. but oov-t up Id.' -; j'ymp!ri;-|:i:ii irtl.i-nt.iUy il.ini.itro the systom. N.ituro h.^s supplioil ! us wit.-., a ??.':;i:.ly f,r th.- il!s of ni.uikiml. these aw used by UoMiint' ' ? Bot.tnii-i hfti ?:;??. Pe well atlviseil anil call wtlen \vt- visit your ills ;? = trici- s I ; ? I S 1 ? j_ 500 Pails MANUFACTURERS SAMPLES iiKrl:, r.i.E.wo below usual cost toick — at :VIC. JENSEN'S ; JaUY YOUR XMAS F03TWKAR NOW. ! 1 WE PAY POSfAJK ANYWHEIU:. ? 4 Oent a T.-ia. Jl.jiTk. or ? Niirirer DM* J.aeo I»OOTS. c.-nilif ::.'\vn 3':!.?s. go...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

Cricket i Last Saturday's matches resulted in one or two surprises. The first was the defeat of Palmwoods by the Dlgsrm A second North Arm's win over Wobrrfcje The Diggers' win was chiefly to tieir brilliant fielding. ? The writer hTis not witnessed better in this competition, and J Bigelow was mainly responsible for the rest. Woombye'3 defeat can be attributed to the splendid bowling of Riddle, t The competition is now In a rjry interesting stage for both A. and; B. Grade, and the following figures 'Jviil bear out this statement. A-GRADE. plyd won dm lost \-U. Palmwoiids' ..12 7 3 2 it' North Arm ..11 6 3 2 H7 Woombye ..11 7 t 3 H5 Nambour ..11 5 2 4 MS Diggers .... 11 5 0 6 :t0 Beerw3h .... 11 3 0 8 C Yandina .... 11 1 1 9 ?'% B.-GRADE. t Eudlo .... 12 S 1 3 »VT Mooloolah ..12 7 1 4 -5 Rosemount . . 12 6 3 3 |5 PaJmwoods ..11 6 2 3 =U Woombye ..1? 4 1 6 j|» Petrie Ck. .. 12 3 1 8 it Yandina .... 6 1 1 4 It Chevallum ..6 1 0 5 12 There has been a greater Intfivfct taken in North Co...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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CALIFORNIAN METHODS OF POULTRY RAISING AND MARKETING.-1. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

CALIFORniAN METHODS OF POUL TRY RAISING AND MARKET1NQ.-1. In view or the widespread revival in the poultry industry the subjoined article reprinted from the Journal ot the Ministry of Agriculture, United Kingdom, and complied fom a Consular Report, will be regarded as of excep tional relevancy, says the Editor Q_\J. It Is a commonplace that the con ditions bndervv hich many American Industries have grown op have pro duced orpuiisstions different In many respects from those of Europe. The difference in conditions, however, nas not been so great as to preclude the adoption in Europe of American meth ods, where there are found to be of value. Advantage has. in fact, so fre quently been taken of American ex perience that it Is the more remark able that poultry-farming organisation in that country has hitherto been so little reflected in British methods. That poultry- farming practice in the United Slates is worthy of investiga tion is shown by the following salient facts: — That 22,000,...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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DISEASED CATTLE MENACE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

DISEASED CATTLE MENACE. When will it be recognised as a crime against the district to allow diseased 'cattle to live and continue a menace to the dairying industry, if not to human beings? We are credibly Informed that in a paddock not a thou sand miles from Nambour there Is i cow to be seen at present, wnieh some authority should step In and complete ly destroy, as she is suffering from a running cancer. The fact that the un fortunate animal Is also In physical pain Is evidenced by the constant swishing of her tail, her poverty struck appearance, and her temper shown when anyone approaches. This should justify the local representatives of the Prevention of Cruelty Society proceeding against th« owner, but we cannot see any other means whereby the menace can be removed, if the owner Is too callous to do his duty to both himself, his other cattle, and the public by means of a kindly bullet and a cart load of firewood.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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S.Q.F.S. MELBOURNE MAILED REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

8.Q.F.8. MELBOURNE MAILED REPORT. The following report has been re ceived from the Society's Melbourne representative, under date 19th inst.: The weather Is most unfavourable for the sale of fruit. The week open ed cool and bright. Yesterday was the cootest January day on record. To day is dull with light rain. Heavy suplies will be left 'on hand to start next week with and prices will have lo decline to enable the market to clear. BANANAS: Good quality 18/ to 20/ with special-brands 22/ small and me dium from 10/ to 17/. The fruit gen erally is arriving in very good con dition. In cases unpapered the fruit is dry and often badly case marked. In dication point to decline in prices next week . '- Pineapples: Queens light supply sell Ing 20/ to 25/; roughs 7/ to 11/: supplies to hand are generally very green. Passion Fruit: Supplies from New South Wales are selling up to 25/ haii bushel. Queensland crown, hard to sell. SYDNEY WIRE. We are advised that the prices on the Sydney Market a...

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

SHOPP^NJ; 4TTRACTIONS at— j Tfytjhef'Ieigh's Limited. THISTtiE-\- ) '' Shifts, Pyjamas, and Clothing i. - ||DEAL COMPORT WEAR. ] THISTL't SI^RT?. iJYJ.V-t.\S ANO CLOTHING arc somothla* -iulte ' new in Men's ftVoa? wit,'! ;t eharaotor ail Ilieir own. Their (iisjnotijo. y..-t Invii-.s'. .!oslj»n;-. rich smootnn.-ss ami unusual comrcrt. aniot? to ij:e 'm-eii v«lut\ olfon-U both In price and service. na\c ! mfccie them ini'.antt re»oi''.ised a* ttv? UU'il woi\r fur lUscemins mva. \ oWv^rsal Stores, T Cfceapstder Latidsborough, Woombye, and | j j Maleny. !RE^OVAL NOTICE. OWING to clir r^movjnl to new premises shortly after Xmas, we j axe offering trfc whol§: of our Large Stock of Frames and Pictures j at prices verj*clo!p to ctfit. ' 1 Now is ^our Jopportiinity to get new frames at second-hand prices. ill. A fcarje Varitjy and all Sizes to choose from. 40 pi#. \ Reduction off Usual Prices. SEE OUR \jlNDO|/S FOR SOME OF THE BARGAINS. JMui-j'sly Studios, j Currie jStre^t, Nambour. The Newv...

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NAMBOUR TOWN BAND. UNIFORMS OR INSTRUMENTS? [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

NAMBOUR TOWN BAND. UNIFORMS OR INSTRUMENTS? The- annual meeting' of the Town Band Is advertised In this Issue. The meeting1 will deal with business much of the usual nature on such occas ions, but this time there is an im portant question to be considered which will Involve the possible al teration of a coarse of action which has been followed for some time in order to gain the objective which may be summed up in the word 'uniforms' The Band has for some time beeu hulldingr up a uniform fund, and ha3 n fair sum, in the neighbourhood of £70 we understand, but such a sum could not be expected to equip the members with suits, which, with con stant changes would frequently re quire replacing. It Is now to be con sidered, and the donors of the money are particularly Invited to express their ideas, as to whether it would not be better to divert It to the purchase of Instruments of better quality. After all, the best dressed band would be lost with poor instruments, as the music so much de...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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THE KUKLUX KLAN. THAT MYSTERIOUS YANKEE ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

THE KUKLUX KLAN. THAT MYSTERIOUS YANKEE ORDER. A cable the other day announced that the U.S.A. authorities were per turbed by the fact that in one or two centres the official authority had been superseded by the Kuklux Klan, and It was asserted that the SaJUr actually embraced as members th* m3jorily of the police and judiciary. Some inside information on the subjee; of the Klan, will therefore, be found of .'nterost. Imperial Wizard William J. Simmons of Atlanta, Georgie (U.5.A.) is the only man whose name lias figured pro minently In the numerous recent ac counts of the revival of the Kuklux Klan. This is partly due, no doubt, to the extreme secrecy whicu charact erises the membership and all mysteri ous dolnea of the 'Invisible Empire.' Apart from lhis, the Imperial Wizard is heard of in connection with the Ku klux because he seems to be the main spring and chief inspiration of the en tire resuscitated organisation. It ap pears that the Kuklux Klan has been a 'sort of obsession w...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Mr. WARREN'S POSITION. THE VOICE OF THE ORGANISATION. PLAIN STATEMENT BY THE P.P.U. SECRETARY FOR MURRUMBA. HIS CAKE EVIDENTLY DOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

Mr. WARREN'S POSITION. THE VOICE OP THE ORGANISATION. PLAIN STATEMENT BY THE P.P.U. SECRETARY FOB MURRUMBA. HIS a\KE EVIDENTLY DOUGH. At a meeting of the Murrumba Dis trict Council P.P.U.I, held at Cabool ture, on Saturday, January 20th, tne resignation of Mr. R. J. Warren, M.L-V from the Country Party was strongly criticised. The president, Mr. J. T Bipgs, occupied the chair, and it was unanimously resolved: 'That this Dis trict Council approves of the accept ance i-y the Parliamentary Country Party of the resignation of Mr. R. J. Warren, M.L.A., as a member of that Party, and pledges itself to use every endeavour to retain Murrumba as a Country Party seat.' In reviewing the position, Secretary Fred Clayton spoke as follows: The resignation of Mr. R. J. Warren as a member of the Parliamentary Country Party cannot be ignored with out making some statement. An ex planation is due to the P.P.U. Branches in Murrumba. In a letter to the secretary Mr. War ren definitely states that he 'i...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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REVIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

REVIEWS. 'The Australian Sugar Journal' for the current month naturally Rives prominence to the all-absorbing ques tions relating to the maintenance of a remunerative price for sugar, and the steps which have been taken in that behalf by the A.S.P.A. In this con nection, special interest attaches to an exposure of certain discreditable tac tics adopted by opponents of the In dustry in Victoria, and to evidence af forded that the fruitgrower In lhat Slate is having his eyes opened to the fact that, after all. It is not the price of sugar that is standing- In his way, as j he has so persistently been urged to j believe. There Is also a statement by ' the Federal Treasurer on this subject which ought to be conclusive to the mind of any person not absolutely blinded by prejudice. The Illustrated section affords further evidence of the value of the sugar industry on behair of the White Australia ideal, in photos of two splendid groups of the employees of Bingera Mill and planta tion, wit...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

r ! Th+ 'Prince' Haft. The 'PI JNCE' HATS are made on the correct principles^ th« i are a guarantee of Comfort, together with thtj! Pi ictical Value of Long Service. j' The e idence of Merit is Real and Convincing in thejj PR NCE HATJ- which we consider is the Bat :- 25/- UNE OH THE MARKET. j COMPABL5U Ii WILL PR.OVE THE BEST ANALYSIS OF THIS CLA1-1- THE VA3 rrY OF SMART SHAPKJTjINO COLOURS INOkUOC THff TYLE YOU INDIVIDUALLY WEAR. j, ivy a! 'PRINCE' HAT ji .at 25/-. ?} ' ! a g% ?! TAILORS. MERCERS. BOOTERS. i Carrie i reel, Nunbonr. j ? ' ? I CAR OWNERS! | -s*T--*r — ? ? i — ? ? hi - ARE YOt: -il TTINr, THV: Kl'I.l. POWKIl Ol'T OK YOUK MOTOR? - DOKS SIIK ! DMi TIIK {-.O.VPHRSSION? Oil DOKS IT LKAK PAST TflE PISTONS A ;d (iAfSK TMI! KNlllNK TO KNOCK AND STBUar.lJ-J WHEN YOU STAI T TO CLIMB? In all protxtb Ity tn» oyllnd»r» hav» so worn that It would be Impoi slbls to got th» be t results without having them p«bor*-t and fitted wilt) overalls Plttonti a d V*lv«« to correspond. IF THIS...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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NAMBOUR RURAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

NAMBOUR RURAL SCHOOL. The rural school will reopen on Monday 20th January 1923, and in tending students for Woodwork, Tin smithing. Blacksmithing, Leather-work, and for Cooking. Dressmaking, and Millinery, should enrol, as early as possible. Students who wish to e'nrol In the commercial division of th« school, must do so during the opening. week. Evening classes for payin? students only, are con-iucted In -woodwork, bookkeeping, and dressmaking- Intend in? student should inquire from the head master, as to hours of holding these classes and fees. The head master (Mr. R. W. M. Steele) wili be in attendance at the office of the school, on Saturday, Jan. 27th, from 10 a.m. till noon, for the convenience of country parents who wish to interview him.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

? ? : ? ?????? \- :fii v,. 1 i ~ ! . THE PICK 0' THE BEST PICflJFESf ', jj|. j PROGRAMS- — -WE ? GUABf^TEEJ j. ' . j SATURDAYS SP[EfflLl& ? V : lwRj|lB^^^^^M|^H ??»*?) hovj [.jrir- a : Wife will po 9 1 .a- r 'nPSTTu'1 \ ai£ h&vis- ] i ^ - f/M \ l !T 1 ij |P I EVfS-jj- j » ^Jrlj 1 sEifNEfr comedy ^n^Y\ 'fke^b! ; i-lV.$Q^ FROM IOTE1 CITY.!' ?/if'/ ^ i -',*-' I Vlf I Perfect '.Plcir- c^ screened under fair y I exclu*ive tlan-l'toj System. ' y SPECIAL MONDAY J^kHT , A stoiy of 'roquQP - '^8\ romonces - ancl l AM) A Bit! j ? ' ' : ; . Special VOoinedy ; uiftNfc-fUNE ; : . IN THE 810^1323 COMEDY '-; THE ! REPORTER] I : M . ! ! WEDNESDAY — The Most Magnlflcnt Character n Fihju*— : j nUDOUMl VALENTINO AND AU- ST Alj C.Vij-4* ?! '? 'BEYOND THE ROCKS.'! :'\ \ :: | ? 1 ? : : 1 I. ? . ? 3 : i '1 ' Stocktaking 'oils. ( 10 PER CENT. DlSCOJUIf^j '! \ FOR CASH;- '\ I 1 ?:.' * — on — : \ \ ? \ i . , I ? ill ' i ; Drapery and Furniluijjfc .| j DURING JANUARY I i Collins & 'C^o...

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COR v. COD. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

COW v. COD. There is a doctor on the Tweed who says that from the aiedieal r.oint of view, to prescribe cold liver of! was a fine thin?, but good fresh butter was superior to the oil in many ways. This was a form of propaganda which e-iuH be used to great advantage in t.he butter industry. To his mind butter ! was superior to cod liver oil. and ia prescribing he invariably used iutter and creain. but not cod liver oil. The sudden death of Jlr. J. M. Liv ingstone, veterinary surseon, North, Llsmore, came as a great shock to relatives and friends. The deceased %vas 80 years of age. and on his arrival on the Richmond, some 40 years ago. interested himself In the Umber aad I 'dairying iadustries. Abou4 25 years J ago Mr. Livingstone commenced » z I veterinary sunreon and continued sue- I cessrully to practice that profession up to the time of his Ulness. B!gnt?oi:sn»s=; cannot e-nn* from 3»«ds from without; it must be born by th» Spirit within. Th» Sta;» 5»rr»tary. Federal Insti t'jt» o...

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

NATURE HOTE8~ The protection of the Peewits in this district is having its effects in the way of tameness of these useful birds, a busy pair of them have almost com pleted raising a couple of youngsters in a nest on the arm of a telephone pole within biscuit throw of the Roya! Hotel balcony. Their clay nest is not conspicuous, and few noticed the ven ture till feeding operations were well in progress. The new Issue of the3e 'chickens' should about coincide with this issue of the 'Chronicle.' as strong young wings can be seen stretching a bove the temporary home. A while back Nambour was verily alive with mosquitoes, but though It holds a too-liberal Issue aim «h«v ]F. nothing like as numerous as they were. The reason is not easy to decide, but we are inclined to credit the frogs most of all. Frogs were scarce till the lasL_heavy rains occurred: then it seemed to be their turn, and thjir 'community singing' in the evenings was a theme of much comment. Onlv those mosquitoes which can ...

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

NAMBOUB BAKERY 1 tumn rrnMT. wubbour. 1 WHOLEMKAL BREAD 1 Bum. Gvmnt and *»««? U»w*. , I PA8THV 8PKCI*C« DAILY: 1 Jam T.irts, Sausage Holla, scones, J Cream Puffsi, Rainbow and other oakea. | Soetalo m* «««?« '«*??? MUrtd I for. 1 BtTYEn OP FRESH BC.CS. 1 OLIVER ''COLIJNS, PROPmrroR. ? 4

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

Bartholomew & Cary, ; SAV/MIU.ERS, *C WAs SORTS OP BUILDING SIZES In 8«oton*d Timber*, rouoh *nd dr ?»!«&? Also Door*. SasftM, Moulding*. rail owes, Ac, Ao. LOWEST PRICES. rJcr» loaded on railway trucks free ; of ohargA. /A**, WOOM8YE. W.O.L. .

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

CHADWICK'S i SALE of SALES THE EVENT OF THE YEAR. ALL GOODS ARE SUBJECT TO SALE PRICES. Com me tides - THIS SATURDAY. 'No Short-Cuts.' All Genuine Reductions. CB IBM hadwicks WHERE THE BEST AND MOST VARIED 81 LEOTION Of GOODS AR E CHEAPE8T, Agent for Singer Sewing Machines A Studebsker Cars. Currie Street, Nambour. #Yes Sir, we can Fix up Yoar Car ! It matters not how bad a smash jtrar oar has beeo In — If it Is possible to re Returned Soldiers' Garage (Lat« TEBBY & ASP LAND) are the people to do the Job. We have a special department for Motor Car repairs, somplete «rlth the most modern equipment, and only skilled mechanics aro em ployed. ? We Invite enquiries and give worn pt attention to all correspondence RETURNED SOLDIERS' QARAQE, (LaU Tabby and Aspland), MOTOR EXPERTS, IMMBOUR. SOIL FERTILITY IS ESSENTIAL TO INCREASED PRODUCTION AND ONE OF THE GREATEST FACTORS IN THE MAINTENANCE OR INCREASE OF SOIL FERTILITY IS THE USE OP ? ©ulphide Fertilizers There are Special Sulphid...

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