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

'OSMAfM! SHEETS AND TOWELS | I untlk* inert other make* 'SUnd the 8 train' of wsihlng, -if) f&ct they «toh time «eem to Improve. . ! ? j;: ? ? ' The Sheet* have such a beautiful flnlch, land s*e '.hemmed I may for ut« at no extra charge. . i ;;;.!; While the Towels are much heavier than the r.cieap class, ooat Httle more, and wear twice as long, thoy fare *lea!.reedy hem -. A med.. - I ??« ! H^ ' ^=: Every article bears the brand 'OSM AN' In I the edi^er. Get a pair or two of each, they're a wonderful as«t j to any ' home. j . ?'!';' ' GENTS! |; t\ | Have Your SHIRTS & ^-YJ4MAS made to your own measure, and enjoy the ccm.'ort ancsj lonj' life de- - rlve4 from them. . j s ?' ?: y * You select your own malerlq! and design, and we .{So the reit 'j - In our own oelebrated work rooms. : ;-! i ? , ii f ? ; ? - ; .!; ;.?? Some of Hip Materials to choose from: TOBRALtlO, FL'OJ SILK, HOLL1NTA TWILL AND OX FOHD, CI\EI-E; TUSS-'J)W; &c. WHALLEY'S MADE-TO-ORDEn SHIRTS, P...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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WHO'LL BELIEVE? [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

WHO'LL BELIEVE? If anything is really ingenious, it U the average 'snake yarn'. The latest is to tell how to catch snakes wiia lobstrr lines. All you have to do is to leave a 'lobby line' lying about wft«i the boys have finished with it, and if there is a snake about h» will swal low the bait, and the string being in digestible .;of course) wltf pass through th» saake, knot first, and the knot will catch between two stones or sticks or something. T&e snake will thus be caught, the other end of the string will be still tnuwallowed. and there you havehim. ~/a a little bit of string.' Some Mtryoorougii per son, anyhow, wishe3 tie world to be lieve that that is how he cauiht a carpet snake, but we fear the 'world won't, even though he admits the car pet snake was but /our feet long, and and therefore youny and foolish.

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

EumundiJ \ WE.VTHER. During the last week son» verj- hot day* have prevailed, but sib-fut nildil.iy Wednesday some good shosvjrs fe'A and about '-0 points of rain were l-ogisijtired. The sky is still overcast .u$l thti're w ever-- prospect of furtfwr wlp. ; TENNIS CLUB. i As the Trustees of tht\ .MflnJ.orlal Park have given permission! to a. club to lay out one or two tiMiijis cniirts. a meeting witr the object of fotHning a district tennis club was held! last week. It was decided to form ajclub and get as quickly us possible or. tho work of raising funds with ihe ntijcri of forming n court. Many o? the focat resident have expressed tlJ'alr litten tlon of supporting the protect, ^ind there Ls everj' prospect of jthe ;club proving a great success. i ' A publio meeting In to h? helll on Monday night next in the jjchoitl if Arts, at which il. Is propose^ to jorm a committee and draw up ftilesjaml regulations, \ DRUtATtfi CLUB.f ; Mr. T. White, manager of theJEu mundi Merry Makers, uti'...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Impressions of America. BY ARCHBISHOP [?] EDUCATIONAL AND OTHER PROBLEMS. AUSTRALIA LITTLE KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

Impressions of America. BY ARCHBISHOP 8|Hia. EDUCATIONAL~ANI- llTHSFi PROBLEMS. '- \ ? ' J i AL'STRALL\ LITTLE KNOWN. ] Like so many other tfivel'iers. ! Archbishop Duhi? found f in his I tour through too Unite-it S!a:e* I that l« people o\«r iXwii Aiis- j tralia is practically an inknown country. He strongly uri^ii lite advantages of adoptin? 1I1 fuJutv the policy which tfw Xnericuus tersely described as 'Dooatius.' On the arrival of the Ar. Toishop at Ipswich 00 his way- back a 'Courier' representative sought un interview. With characteristic courtesy his Grace acceded to the remu'St. :inl in th-1 train journey to Brisbane vt vtted in an interesting way about h.is inprcs-sions of Anvrici. emphasising tlii-point that, as a citizen of Queensland. ?-? wjj na turally desirous of studying i:iiue.ition,»i and social problems, in ;i Jjrogrvssive country like the United States ''I went abroad not nnly a-£.i Bishop.' said his Grace, 'but is a oCizen. with a view to gleaning ail t.V? ihffnr...

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

8OMETHINO QOOO COIHINQ. ': Poeple p.isslng along -:niTle--*Ve- t must have noticed a boarding ;at Tick er's corner notifying somi!thsnif t.' be expected on May Day or tlif-eab'-il-', from the Friendly Societies o? the *li.-t. trict. We have now been fijrlher: in formed that thp hoarding o»ttt-- is jniy a preliminary to a more impiirtun I 'an- nouncement to follow very .-tftortlyj for what is to be the greatest nttnuillnii Nambour has yet s«en, the .it|ecliv5 of which is the most m«ritorl'Mi.f yet jini e.l at by any local effort. WV ilop.; to be into some more atcr.'t^ In jou'l time for next issue of this ajjpir. '

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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HOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

HOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE. A French confectioner, whose cof fee roasting and grinding machine renders his little bit of pavement one of the most alluring spo-.s in th'' world, informs his customers that if they want to make coffee 'as in Paris' they must use a French cafetlcre in flre oroof Dorcclain. This is made in three parts — a strainer, a niter, and the pot to receive the brew itself. One must Ml half the filter with ground coffee, press it down lightly, place the strain er on top, and slowly pour boiling water through it. pausing as the coffee ex pands under the hot liquid, and leav ing time for' the bubbles to subside before continuing the process. With pathetic conscientiousness the writer has endeavoured to follow out the recipe (which she recognises may have excellent results when pur sued by other housewives, merely to discover that, at the conclusion of the business, the coffee is but a chilly brew owing to the length of time taken in inducing percolation. A short time ? ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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CO-OPERATIVE ABATTOIRS. CATTLE GROWERS PROPOSAL. A SCHEME LAUNCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

Ctf-OPIRATIVK JUMTTOIRS. OATyLK C-nOWERS PROPOS-U.. J\ SCHEME UMNCHKD. On .Jiuary 17 a r«pres-ntati»e meet ins:: off.Mi'!-- owners alrlrmeil the p.rin.-;;' ? ??' e»»--bUshins co-opfratWo .ib.tJ! - s :r- Brisbane, which woulil be ic»i rollwit by lh-- cattle owners V ??»».?' v.-.- Thn pn-po*«l Is to float : 'Ji'-' .000 coiupiiny .-n-! acintire ?..Kks ilr.it.iy established so Uwt tho .-.is:!.- ;en will be able to obtain im Rieiti.jt relief. TIi-' ine-Emg was convened by Mes srs. K.(T. Bell. M.L.A. (president' of ??? -I.,!'. ?' Ml;»t Alvisory Board;. .»ml Mr. Hi C. Phitp {president of the ?JiHl.-'WJind t-itt!e Growers* AssoeU liftf,.y * 5!r VII '?*?'.»?* in the rh;»ir :u*tt thorv* v.-r' i|ini( il* person* present. Mr j(. c, I'hilp. president of the 0U''':*s*«nil lit tile Growers' Associa tion; . ^r.ih.-ii tdi'', the object or the meeting was the tormation of a grow ?rs' c ijop'Tu'Ive rompany for the es ?:.'*':-': J.'i1'. of -???%- v^.-v.itive abattoir* for l-r:»l),ine and nther largo ce...

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

WOOMBVC BOV dCOUTS. H Tho troop spent four Jolly dnys ifl Iho Mooloolah Rlvor with tho oloso »fB 1933. Swimming, Hailing, aud sooutl games occuplod the lime. Several boysl olnml n local llfa-snving class, andB tho troop was Instruotcd In lifo-lincH drill, which they did vi.ry orcdltabl/.B Tho way tho camp wits carried outl spokn well for Hid Scout MasturH .isl It was thulr llrst camo In olmrgo ofl boys. ? On Now Year's Dny many boys did| well at the sports, and gavu n dlspl.iyfl of llfn-llntt work on tho boaah. (Uutfl of oonsidariition for our opponents w.iB are. not mentioning who Wo boat in thai lug-o'-wnr) . . ? On Friday lust a very j-uocossfull vimoort wan hold in tho School of Arl ',? to defray camp (ixpoiisns, Iho result he- 1 ln« about l.'8. The oombltuid Budorlml and Wooinbya Orohtmtru was In at-1 tendance, and opumul tho consort well. I MIsm K. Cfosby followiid with a song.l and rocalvad frnntlo npplnusu, whiln Mrl Smith of Woombyo did wnll. Mr. N«i- I son of Budorlm then ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Correspondence. AN AUCTIONEER'S PROTEST. The [?] "Chronicle," Nambour. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

Corresponds we. \ MU AUCTIOXEEirS ti 10TEST. Tlie . li-tu.r. 'Chronicle,', ? smbour. D'eifiSir. — In the I^bs ; issue ot the '?Clir'irifa!1!'* a sa!e ropo! t stales that pKiet(;ij:iy .\fcsfirs. Tt.sr nn i Mur Uc-ri ii'jre the only murvl '? who eouM mt'k»!'«i .success of Oco. K -haxnmed it Oo'f Vjr!ai1ng-ou'. sale o9 Halrj' catllj ^ft(-r S I'tv.Yious attempts f ting failures A-.5Jtrai-;nt of ;Ms ; and Is un tmVifrJ snd mfsleading.j iad ;is it is p. refirHjion on me a* \v ![ as Mr. A. C. riociljj', of Xfaleny, \vh' ;!ivas associ alei) v-'-V- me in one of th: previous at tempts,:!.' am. comjr-clled tc refute it and tlicn pHvr' to your reader iJJiat Thorn tt-n A.^'urtagh's sale wa not nearly as -uci-if -isjul .is the salf! i mlucted by the, f-ilS^r in number o Mttle sold, or aveji+iri! price per hf ':, or above all (tic'irHt financial r«r ;?., -which Is the tiii^T that talks. I rii enclosing copy -j|}tl'.p. account sale [o sulistaii !t(ale nil assertion. The '-jsult or my isile «1il 112...

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COTTON BEETLE STARTING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

COTTON BEETLE STARTING. I Here is a man already who has bump ( cd up againnst a trouble that coastal cotton growers will have a job to a void : Mr. P. Troy, of Rous (Northern New Scuth Wales), has had an un pleasant experience with cotton beetle. He nad a une crop of cotton, growing well and Mrongly. when suddenly it began in wilt and disappear. Examina tion showed the cotton beetle at work, and Mr. Troy assured a visitor that In twenty minutes an attacked plant was destroyed.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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NEW SUGAR M[?] To the Editor, "Chronicle" Nambour. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

IJXF^V SUGAR Mf&. T-» the' K'JItor. 'Ohronlclr '? Nambonr. iSir,— Jn you addendum; f my letli:r yini 'ityi 'it is not corrc 'to say the jcnpaell;^'if Ihc inill lias -t been In cri?.is'-'ci.r- I cannot lln- | said any such lfrl$r? in' my letter, -v i't I wrote Svas. : 'tilp promised pxV-t iun ot tin: bapacity.SoT llio mill «?« yi ;» promis-: ijnfullill'.jl.' This referred u the maa iicer's JStlcmpnl before, w'1 Commi?. sinn thji^ such capacity \ tild be in r,reaf.-: -if;ito meet tho incrr i-fj tonna^i: jerowh jjiJcn up to 100,00(^ !»ins, not to itnythiojr! jirior to Dec. l'f i.last. iThoiii'J present on the 9 'flirt Houbu t'f'.rand.i (who heard the j r;vmarks of some liiH'''y placed mill o(j ^ials are at berf«ct ijDcrly to stale pulj i;ly whetli -t my RTicLures thereon .\ ?? justined, - neifhcii'IitKire praise or f kv censure, (ml h.vvjvp- a fair share ofjhuman na nire in lijiy composition, 1! ;!imit I am apt to x?-si-nl things that J r would be wiser to'treat \%1lh the co; I...

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ARCHAEOLOGY. FURTHER DISCOVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

ARCHAEOLOGY. FURTHER DISCOVERIES. LONDON, Tuesday.— The Luxor cor respondent of the 'Morning Post' says that the most notable objects tak en from tho tomb of Tutankhamon to ilay were a wootien bed covered with strips of gold with a lion at the feet, exquisitely carved. The seat is of cane which is still taut. Both ends of the couch are inlaid with golden hierogly j phics, saying 'Lord of Upper and Low er K?5'pt. Tutankhamon, giver of all life, stability, power, strength and happiness.' '.This king is now said to be the identical Pharaoh who 'knew not Joseph.') '? A jewel box was also found, contain ing jewels of great beauty, including rrtceless brooches, necklaces and in signia, showing the sacred serpent with a sundial, which might be fresh from a London jeweller's shop window.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Montville. F.P. & P.A. ANNUAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

Montville. F.P..& P.A. ANNUAL. Tin- annual meeting of the Montville Fruitgrowers', Producers', and Pro press Association was held in the School of Arts. Mr. L. G. swain (vice presidt-nt! presidinjr over a very good attendance of members. The usual correspondence and routine busmess was attended to. The question of al t'Tin? the annual subscription was re ferred to the executive to consider and recommend: its derision to be laid be fore the next meeting. The matter of the monthly meeting: night was de rided to remain as at present, viz., the Thursday before full moon. Delegates to Hit! following advisory councils were appointed as follows: Citrus, Mr. !.. «j. Swain: pineapple, Mr. J. J. Thom as: iunina, Mr. E. .V Thelander. The ?juostion of imposing a line on rceribers :;i arrears was referred to the execu tive, as also the secretary's honorar ium. Votes of thanks were carried to Ihi' outgoing ofliC'Ts for their service? ? luring the past ye.ar. and the follow ing is a list o...

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CLOTHES ECONOMY. SOME HINTS FOR THE GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

CLOTHES ECONOMY. SOME HINTS FOR THE GIRLS. The girl who has a goodly array of shoe trees and coat hangers is a clothes economist. Garments that ke.ep their shape can be worn until they are almost threadbare, and still look smart; whereas a shapeless out fit, hardly worn, may soon haye to be discarded. Remember that boots and shoes should never be tried in front of a flre. Stand them ia an airing cup board or in any other warm place, but never subject them directly to the lire's heat. If there are no shoe trees handy, either 1111 them full of paper or make an emergency pair of trees with a couple of pieces ot wood, each end topped with a wad of paper. If there are not enough coat hang ers available, a chair back will smooth out the creases in n coat. .lumper frocks and woollen articles should ne ver be hung by the neck or collar in a cupboard. They lose their shape treat ed this way. Creases in charmeuse silk or crepe de Chine can, of course, easily be removed by holding the gar ment...

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

Chevallunft. CRICKET. \ ? The local te.un d.?feit-'.i PetrV CK. nn January t.3th ai P-tri' Creek by 30 runs, this beinc the .eciri't win for Chevallum this 'sea.soa pr;-lwbiy j du; to being anly ,i newly orrav.l club and some of the members Irst Um- it - the game. A U.\m were leftM'.ei! at Eudlo las! S.itunUv. - STATE SCHOOL The committee would b- icflt irrtueii if they would t.ike the TT.i lor !i. |-:.intt .U once and fee to the cle.rina: if the i.int.ui.1 inJ bushes in tii»- Vihunds .is the lantana is hisher th.;*i the tfence. -init if left any longer will r.ike {-mml^ instead of shillings to cie:«r. Perhaps some energetic person w.ftiM finance the committee; until such tijn ;«s 'funds are available. t GANE AND COTT«-N. ? The cane ami cotton ijre tMkinjr sr.'o-t progress, but could di! witl'imore hin. It Is quite likely :hat j.ircor areas will be plante.i n*xl sea/hn= it this crop turns out a success. ? ! \VE.\THER. £ i Last Thursdr.y evening -* rath.r -c- vfri? storm passed over ...

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Success from Small Beginnings. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

Success from Small Beginnings. The January 'Live Stock Bulletin'* has started on a good line, and opens with the following, entitled: 'AX ANSWER TO THE IMMIGRANT WHO RETURNS TO ENGLAND DIS SATISFIED WITH WHAT AUSTRALU CAN DO.' ? Examples are not so scarce, of where grim determination will place a man be yond the uread line and make his out look much brighter and his independ ence certain. Mr. George M. Kearney. ilairyniaD. of Deeford, N.Q.. years ago. say3 there was no goal worth achieving by con tinuing to be a wage earner, his ac tive nature sought a more freo and open life than working in a mine. 'His grandparents were of Scotch descent, who migrated from Scotland, settling in the North of Ireland, at Armagh, where his father was born. From there Mr. Kearney senior, came and made his home in the country near Ml. Morgan, where George Kearney was born. As a boy young Kearney assisted his father in his occupation as teamster and timber getter, going long journeys into the forest and...

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

j Bettei Have That , M 'jWreMier* at WILLIAMS'*! ? : A tjette!- su4tt«*Uoa could not &? found than lha*. ^M *i-l In th« l-arU)il»g of ? 'refraaft er' at tM» popular Cat; It fulflto ^H ali:thtf?«l«in«nt^ of satisfaction. '^M Vt%| are xdepU in Ui* preparation and servlo* of _^B I '{ SUNDAES, ICE CREAMS. *? j PfJRE FRUIT FOUNTAIN DRINKS* ? ?? FRLTK LUNCHEONS AND AFTERNOON TEAS. ? : TtJj cat* UN.is Ulstinetion in the .-prea»linjc of Luncheon* »nd Afternoon H ?' r - I ? Oil* Kmit H thT choicest you couW have ««?» before you. H H'4 t!v» specimen of the higliest and luscious wo st»wfc ^M AKTljllNOON fTB.\5 ?limtly ami *p.wiily served with neatly propared ? .?sinawK-.hesfantl .» t-risht assortment of cake*. |H ; ' 5TEF» IN TO-DAY -\ND PAKTAKB OF OUR SPKCIAHTI8S. -H U I ? ^H ?i»hon» i|. CURRIE 8TRBKT, «*MBOUR. H i ? NK\T CO.MMEIUUAI. BANK. __H ,; ; -. ? M rVS'apioton Hotel J ;j I Under New Management. %'{? Haiin.- tavfn ovp- tho above Hotel, no offort will t-O spared to miWM :hN-i-ll...

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

A. Campbell-Wilson, Dental Surgeon. Next Commercial Bank, NAMBOUR. , ; Consultation Hours— : * ^a' ^ *?*' *ja* d4llr' WOOUiTtI. 1st and 3rd Tuesday. PALMWOODS, 2nd and *th Thursday. YANDINA. 1st and 3rd Wednesdays COOROY, 2nd and 4lh Tuesdays. ; POMONA. 2nd and 4th Wednesday*. I Vhoiw 4. I ? Tictor C. Nash L.».Q., Surgeon Dentist NAMBOUR. (Uta I. B! I». WaJnwrlght). ?PHOJTH »5. P.O. BOX 11. S. A. HALL, Surgeon Dentist Currit Street, Nambour. (?t* I. «. feus' Hot SUre). Hours ? «-m. to &30 p.m. J. A. McKEE L.P.S.I. CHEMIST ? HAS OPENED AN UP-TO-DATE PHARMACY In CURRIE STREET, NAMBOUR. (Ib front of Mr. Wilson's Dental Rooms). f — — — OI8PEN8INQ A SPECIALITY. A good stock of Photographic ? Requisite. TOILET PREPARTIONS— Best-Quality. ? I Yernon E. White, -ATH A.LF. - Authorised Surveyor, BUDERIM MOUNTAIN. ?PHONB 2. Surveys undertaken anywhere alone tki V*r* «*ist. j C. J. GUY, AUTHORISED SURVEYOR, JUNCTION ROAD, EAGLE JUNCTION. Than* ALBION 1462. All clatie* of curreyt undertak...

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S.Q.F.S. INTERSTATE FRUIT SPECIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 26 January 1923

S.Q.F.S. INTERSTAE FRUIT SPECIALS. Fruit trains run by the Southern Queensland Fruitgrowers' Society Ltd.. In clear WnllnnRnrra Thursday, Friday and Saturday for w-ek ending 20th January, carried 530J tons, of which ?S20J tons were for Melbourne and 109J for Sydney. The fruit was pack ed in 12,696 cases, ot which 1 1,225 c/s were bananas, 1,300 cases pines, 29 cases passion fruit, 3 cases papaws, 2 cases cucumbers, 133 cases man goes, 1 case marrows, 2 cases chokos, and 1 case persimmons. Melbourne took 9,400 cases bananas, 51G cases pines, 29 cases passion fruit, 2 cases chokos, and -il cases mangoes; and Sydney 1,775 cases bananas, 784 c/s pines, 3 cases papaws, 1 case persim mon1., 1 case marrows, 92 eases man goes, and 2 cases cucumbers. District loadings by tonnage were: Dayboro' line to Melbourne 22 J tons; North Coast to Sydnev 383 tons, and to Melbourne 2-ioi tons; total 284i tons; Tweed Heads to Sydney lSJ tons, and to Melbourne 24} tons, total 43J tons; Currumbin to Sydney...

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

I ^ ^S^ rr=P» ifc 1 Ke^p.a tight mouth, I M jfriend 'Caddy' I ; You|i U a position of trust. In you is reposed a big Vfl r«-PC4Sibilitr. that of keeptnz K1NC TEA in the ^MM '.- inco*paraWe cooditioa ?? which it it entrusted to you. ?? S ?' ' You we *e (uardiao of its exquisita character, that Ljt&ft ll ': . distqethre and delightful quality that n the heritage ot 'tSP* !? i-': j tie 5aesc youns hill-grown leaf that has nevee known ^^ 9 , ?; : the »mbitttring touch of age or the eoarscnlng ia- fl fltKsfce of blending with rank rough teas. ' . « -.?: TboSgb tke cost of your contents does not represent 9 'f i * ta^e *'». nevenhelesa to produce that quality of fl I i Tea aas cose many thousand* of pounds and years of fl ??: j Mfia..e care and attention to selection. cultivaHnu and H '? | enrujt the leaf that haa made tho KING TEA ac- -? . '? ccptjd as a Kandard of enjoyment in every home. IH - —II * ta^Ni^ ll flB^aMfM—iassae^i^^SiSS^^MM^^^^^^M^SS-S^ISI^^S!^!?T *'j ? ? — *^ 1^1 -...

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