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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

4% ARABIC cools dairy buildings 'The dairy farmer who coats the roof of his milking J shed with ARABIC reduces the temperature enormous ly. If he also coat the roof of his cream house he im proves his chances of get ting first-class cream. If he coat the roof of his home he makes life more pleasant for his wife and himself. ' Arabic is a roof cooling compound, sold in powder form, which, when mixed with water can be applied by anybody who can use a whitewash brush.' Ask your Storekeeper for ARABIC. Distributing Agents: J^Campbelj CREEK STREET, BRISBANE. 8EE BETTER. THE OPTICIANS TO THE BRISBANE GENERAL HOSPITAL offer some Information. Spectacle wearers wearing flat form lenses do not know the advantages of the new TORIC (or eye curve lenses). The TORIC corresponds with the curvature of the eye, and allows free novenient of the lashes. The more important benefit is — the :onstruction of the Toric enables it to ae worn with its edges closed to the orbit The field of vision is there fo...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

llli NAMBOUR MOTORJIlRAGE I1 AND ENGINEERING |I|kS. \\ ; . ;« -.j.'jj ; [ raOlk DISTRICT AGENTS FOR THE FOUR HO*IT *IE5.|/*Jirl.E CARS ON | ... ' ? THE MARKET: i -I j k ; ] j ; THE UNIVERSAL CAR.* .'?/-. -j ij ; j ! STANDARD TOUBER OP. R0APS7ER ..!,. ^.b. £225 I ( ! :DE LUXE TOURER ? ;'. l;.;=J. £280 . I ?ONE TON TRUCK .. ..: ? \l. 1\\. £250 ' ? ; i :i Hi ' ?'?: ESSEX.' ' . . . :- H ijl .! | THE UNCONQUERABLE CAR. '? t I'jJ :! :? ?* CYLINDER TOURER ? j. ;jf. ;:. £475 ; i U CYLINDER ROADSTEFt .......: ..t. 4-' !E- ^C.r- '? : 'CONSTANT PERFORMANCE IS THE : ECfjE'Ji i)\ ESSEX : i success. . , ; !; )i : ; I ? i HUDSON .. ? !f jl^l ! ! 'THE CAR DE LUXE OF AMERICA.' ; ;' ' J } ?' 6 CYLINDER 7 PASSENGER ? ;. .'? I ;. ,\.'-A. £635 ! t 6 CYLINDER SPORTS MODEL .. ..]..'- i. \.H. £025 j ^flAT! ' I ! !if i! ITALY'S MASTER CAR ' [ \\ * i i I * CYLINDER 10-15 H.P. TOUHER .. i. .'. ,'- |. £595 ;| j 8 CYLINDER 25-30 H.P. 7 PASSKKGBH^. 51 5. SU'.C) :j J ' ? ; : ] J j ,} \ I ? ! IWm. WHALLJEh|| | ? F...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Boy Scout Column. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

Boy Scout Column. (By L.P.) fThe following extract from 'Away \Yc Go,' for December 1922, the 24th Marylebone BJ?. Boy Scout (Jewish! Troop, London Magazine, will be of in terest to my readers. Our sincere thanks and good wishes to the 24 th Marylebone. — L.P.5 ' XEW YEAR'S ' MESSAGE TO SCOUT OFFICERS. THE OFFICER AM) THE SCOUT. (By Lt. Col. G. 5. Hutchison D.S.O.. M.C., F.R.C.S.. District Commissioner, Marylebone. London.) It is a fact that the Scout MoTement embraces a far higher percentage of boys of the working class than it does of the sons of the other rlass. The obvious reason for this is that they actually form the highes; iicrccntag-; of the community. Nevertheless, as a commentary, there are far too few boys in our great Brotherhood from the ranks of other so-called classes. It is concerning the fact, and not the commentary, that I feel an observa tion may well form the test for a New Year message. From his earliest years, the workics c!as troy feels that the hand of socie...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIRST AID CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

FIRST AID CLASS. The attendance of only ten at thu first lecture to the first aid class on Tuesday evening was a big disappoint ment in view of the size of Nambour. The course consists of six lectures, out of which five must be attended by the candidate for a certificate, so that thoar who join up at nest lecture will not be able to miss one attendance. The charge of five shillings is for necessary outlay1 in connection with the class, in cluding 5/ per night for lighting, £1/1/ for registration as a St. John Class, and a few other amounts for advertising, and other necessary outlay. The teach ing is tree, therefore, and the services of the lecturer, Dr. Short, and examiner at the end of the course, Dr. Penn.'. are also being given free. Under She circumstances, many local young peop!e are missing an opportunity which whea face to face with an accident later in life they may bitterly regret. A know ledge of first aid work has enabled many a one to save a life by doing the ri'ht thin...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Eumandi. WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

Eumundi. WEATHER. - : i A3 a result of lie beneflcial in ; during last Friday and Saturday.} ?' j past few days have been very ple'e nt j ones, and it is hopod. the force if ''1 ' further he;i: wave will prove re .-?? - moderate than the last. ? I Tha fruitgrowers state tSat J*:r i crops are coming oa well, and a \. ??: J i shoot of gr«cn grass is noUce.'JjI'-'' - - erywhere. \ \ DRAJLVriC CIX*B. I | The club is staging a play en'-? -1 j | 'All Charley's Fault' next Friday -/'S;t ' j 9th inst. Mr. T. White, the nm-j;-' \ ; states that Ihe company is ;n 4 i ?) : I form, and givsn good weather, the * y j ! should go of. very well indeed, y '? i The booking- ol seats on the bet » n j at the Co-opemtive Stores. A d$. -- j is to follow the play. A buffc; su| r 1 as in former plays, will be run forj i- J benefit of the patrocs. i j PERSONAL. - j Mr. C. L. Rogers. L.I.C.A. AccoJ - j ant of the Co-operative Society )' - received word from the local Regisji r i of the Australasian Institute ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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A FAST RUN. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

A FAST RUNJ Mr. Peter Withers, whuiha-t -' rn ;:n a'raction in -!iry ^!r--.-tj -.mj |'. 'Witlicrs flyer ' ra.-in - cir j. .: ?.;??? ? ; yi .- pi- Times') rtade. th- ni^t fnn ilris- b;ne in jj hiurs. H ? cal.ie » Ii: L'-ndsborouscIi-Mnlcny -\.-nilv !-:ti ? Brooloo road to Gyiiipii;. llv si,i; , nu*- hi1 knows Vr ? r-ad !-.- .|v.;'! , s:'\ break* 5 hours. Mr. Wi'd'-.-s h. ili.n. a int of avi.it. '.r. wiir'.;. .ir.il \\.»s ; ;? ...i ai rnplanc sn.ish nt AiHiMe ~ .'. .s vi-.en h« was s-iverclv iiijiiie!. -in.-. tl'en he has t.il;.:r : - i:;- '.??-?;:: :?? ! b.:s travelled all over the Slate. (We believe lie could i\o heti ? still hy taking I':.- n i:.'h r:ior ? -1 .v,- ?.??nfr vi.i Nambour, K'ir.r..nci :.r.d i . rv n--w that th« Misslni? Link h.i' Ii- n tiiivaled ';,- :. IU';:'. 'i;i;- t .. I,. would Ins- in lia'.inr to V.e.i ; L:..-- on tin- Lnndxhoroiigh sid~.iif t\ I.irJ. would be fi'iUiin.? ciuiipiu ' .; a: 1. must lose in the clnr.:-V :? v I : :?,- do to get from Landshorounh i Cm ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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LANDERS SHOOT. LOCAL PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

LANDERS SHOOT. LOCAL PRODUCERS' \S~'.»C;1 r.'O.N At the usual monthly m-vt!n-r' r thi.-. Association. Mr. \V. Col!inyrc-:J ?:-,.'.; ing. the following motions wi'lj c.i.-i ried: — 'That this .\ssnci:itlon 3p---rl efforts of the Dairying Cnm;iij' ' :% the Council of Agriculture for 'h! ..?: Consenation and Stabilization. t- 1 m4 im absolutely necessary- for s rr-s-j- ful carrying out of the ir.ilusi . .in.'j! . that a copy of this resolution !?? r.i::-i- ] raittcd to Head Offlco .in-i pu'ill ct :& ! thi» local Press;' also 'Th.it !??? ii ! recommendation from thN As- iaU- h 1 that the Council of .\gricu:i:::v \ p. ;:i. i cream tost checkers as soon -A poss- i ible.' i ; We would like to «nov» ;hi '? ; ?:,- j for this latter proposal. Notuu m ij Cu-op. factory — and they :-.re ai! n-o;). i now — can gain hy crook iv^ts. : :'m | company gains', the supplier g;-' , ,uiii check testers would only tv: ist.'., money. Anyone ;-t ;ill il»uh» f»ii m u- ? to a factory-, without notice,...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Bli Bli. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

Bli Bli. FR::iTS30\vi:r.?- a-?'1 ?? -vrj -;; ; Th ? annual met'1— -?' '.'? ? tN.|j[ .\ ? ?r-ciat''-n was held on J.ina.- ?*?'! 0. -i Hie S.V. Hall. Bli 1'. Tn.- .— }' ?v-..' occuj^eii by the ;.?..,.;..;. ;:.-.? : ; HoopT. bui i'ue aia^i-...O!. v..is ,....! The Kilance shec: -'? ? . : i ,? ?!; ? r-.-v i\T\ flirt fn*+t*'-- i.-,-V)tic i,# ** 4 I™ 'lit Ther- h-lit^--er. Iwlv. :. vtlr.l ' '. i and although there is a ir.i-;:iL» ;.; .;? '.i 26. the average i.i;- ~iiaa.-- -.vufi ;-:; rf memi ,?rs. A resciu'inn w,;s ojrr; .; u:. j aniraousiy: That the subscripts f'f the year for members alrva-ly -. i'r'v hooks be iO. ?'-. .mil to :»:: ncvi; wn'.t tiers an entrance fee of £1. v.!-3; . .n? titles them to two ful!y p.,ia si. s :;« the S.Q.F.S. | Th^ election ..f nftic-s r.'*i: .1 ii follows: Hrjsldent. -;. ??. i-ii 't--:, u^.. presulent. A. Lefas: Mvi-.Lir ..:.. !rf;.si.Ti-r. J. Aird: doK:.cit-%s t. [sinit bm.r A«Ivi.-ory Board Pin. ;ipf--- 'it.ij c;l. V. Pye and O. Pt'pperconj uniij tor.-. i-...

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AUSTRALIA'S WORLD CHAMPION BUTTER COW. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

AUSTRALIA'S WORLD CHAMPION BUTTER COW. Australia now holds tho world's re cord for llic butter fat production of a single cow, Melba XV of barbalara, a Milking Shorthorn, having produced 1M18.812 11). of fat, equal to 158GJ11-. of coiimi'ivial Itultcr. in 3Cj days. Hit milk yield was 29.43211). This flenr-; lias been exceeded by several Frieslan cows; but none of these lias come within COlb. of Mclba XV's butter pro duction. Last November, when Melba XV completed her lactation period, we re viewed her wonderful record, as she then gave every promise of achieving I in* ]iim-iicl-! of fame! now reached. She is a triumph of breeding, and her re cord will stand for long as a monu ment to the ability and cow-craft of Mr. J. T. Cole, who bred her ami many of her progenitors for the Scot tish-Australian Investment Co., Ltd., Gundagai. When Melba VII., the dam i.f tin' ni'W wurld champion, produced 10001b of commercial butter within 12 months (her actu&I figures were l',3C41b. milk ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

^Ju! :^! :-s MANUFACTURERS SAMPLES : t2 Nil CLKAacn BELOW USUAL COST PRICK — AT via jensenis ;» ', :buy yo'jt: xs.-\s footwear now. 1 5 .: WE PAY POS-iW IK ANYWHERE. B »;-.-n:'s |-n.;-;:.ioS. or 1 nO'itT.-.S'-'iTiinii s-i'wn \i ' * If C'j:i 1 w.her a»b«rt' j* SJ!i'iX'|:,- 11, S 11.' ! ¥i.' ?-?? . i s | r. |I,,'n.r euban J : irois. i _ '? i.i'. 4 U, 6..-I1. Ocnl's Ware I..1M plain u»o. gooil sewn BOOTS, either tuocap or ? 15/11 Ladlai- Rutjbap' Sol» '' Court* 9 '3, 11 e t-nlios NIjfRer Brown J.msiivjr B.ir Shoes p!iab!o Si'wn solos, half f mils hools. ; .idles Surfing Shoos 3/11. Cant's Tan CiltjDcrtiy BOOTS, toeoapo.; solid sewn solei: others ana 33/|- I ? . Ladles Whlto Oanva* LM* Shoes. 15, 11. ! Uilles Gliico I.aoft Shoos i light sewn wins, pat j ont Icnthcr t)eo.ip, : leather cuban h|ols. : Boys «nd Y«uth» Boots 1O/O an« 11/11 3 .- -'Sf- -i-l'i\ McWIIIRTERS'. VAM.EV. j V?pi JENSEN'S THE HUSSUNG SHOtiMEN — ».,:s,J J3'SEW STBSgT (Wpx Wajeatlo Plctur9»). ' jii' I '' i- fl| k -— 7}'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

DEWARIgHMPERIAL' WHISKY TH^lMlRIT 6 ? GOOD FELLOWSHIP I!; h^Anoi her Reduction in j ? \ \ Y-. i . When the jFEliory reduced prices in August last this t ^HPB^E| j I }', ;' reduction was iSimediately pa3ssd on to the Euyer ? now i SB '^ \-m±~ -&ratjas*h. i '? '? * ? comes another l;duction. due principally to improvement in I Wb A -£0$^ iSSP^ i I J ' ' ?' American Exclange. Following on our fixed policy of » eHsi'* its ^m HI i I j k j giving the Buy-1- at all tttnts the maximum value for money $ K^S'' is BH Hi 1 * ' f i and passing onlll savings in landed costs, the values given \ ||j wk Isf B * j ?; I ! are unprcccdeii.ed and put the Studebal:er still further j I j i .: | 1- New Pr\es Effective Feb. 1st, 1923 T^L .^^ j j ;i si The pF atnous Light Six \ j! « j-I Woxic erful Special Six '., ! ;! *Passine ? S.Passenger 7-Passeneer M^J.^jMj £5f} £S6S £580 QlOtr S TheJP$uPreme Bi% Six I j|! U & &&D £25 extra per Set of 5. ! \dgmtSi. $ - * ^ I All Cars equi...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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FOR SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

FOR SELECTION. Portion 269 Bribie IGsa. 3r. ;!7;.., will be open for selection .,n March j at the Brisbane Land AgectV ofiice on P.L. tenure; also 2 surrendered selec tions pors. 19* and 227 B-rerwah S.jI dkrs Settlement Group;, 23 and 23 ;?.?*. respectively, and forfeited selection por. 59C Beerwaii ;30ac The stormy weather towards the end of last week hit certain parts of. Woombye hard. Heavy iail fell in oae strip, and heavy wind nearly flattened all growth. In one case a bed was blown out over the rails of a veranda, and in another place in the same line of destruction a well-known patch- of very flhe dahlias was severely stripped. With it ail. about twice as much rain fell as in Nambour. The temperatures recorded at the Moreton Mill before this blow were 104 for Thursday and 105 for Friday; this is. however, prob ably ac ouple of. degrees higher than would have been recorded under reg ulation shade conditions. The Kedron Shire Council i» aspir in? for in Ord'-r-ic-Couccil for t...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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A DRASTIC REGULATION. AUTHORITY TO SELL DECLARED LIABLE TO 10/ STAMP DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

A DRASTIC REGULATION. AUTHORITY TO SELL DECLARED LIABLE TO 10/ STAMP DUTY. The monthly general meeting of the Queensland Auctioneer? and Agents' Association was held recently in Bris bane, the president (Mr. J. SmalesJ in the chair. The swervtarv r.-Dorted that he had interviewed the Justice DepL and the Stamp Commission er with a view to ascertaining what form of authority would be acceptable to him free of stamp duty, it being provided by the Act that all instruction* should be made in writing. Ti;-- Stamp Commissioner read counsel's opinion which he said he would abide by and which set out plainly that any .signed document authorising in any manner an agent to sett anything fur a vendor was a, power of attorney, and .is Mich would be in all cases subject to si.-tnip duly of 10/-. After warm controversy it was decided that an influential d-![,'S- tatkin of members should wait upon the Minister, and point out that such a drastic regulation would lead to dis aster, and posibly close...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Cooroy. FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

Cooroy. FRUITGROWERS* ASSOOATIOV I The annual general meeting of the : Cooroy Fruitgrcrwers* Association wa* ' held at Victory Hotel on Saturday night ; last (Jan. 27). Prior to the meetia? the annual dinner wa* pirtaXen cr when some thirty odd members occa- ' pied seats at the tables. Subsequently j i few toasts suitable to the occasion \ were honored. -rr. G. W. Edwards pre- ? siding. At a later stag' an adjourn- | ment was made to the hall adjoininc- \ the hotel, where the business of the ', evenine was completed. Mr. \V. Ellison i secretary and manager of the S.Q.F.S. j wtio was an invited guest, gave an in- j terestinc address ot Tarious malters j concerning the fruit industry, was j asked to reply t/- various question- j from members of the andienc». The ] election of officers for the pnsuln I term resulted as foHows: President. ! Mr. A. G. Stewart, vice-president. Mr. I O. C. Jorgensen: secret.ir-- and trets urer. Mr. A. G. Gordon: ilso an K'c ecutive Committee. -feeling.* wi...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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HUTTON'S SPECIAL FERTIDISER. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

HUTTON'S SPECIAL .FERTILISER. Messrs .T. C. Hulton Pty. Ltd.. Romn Street. Brisbane 'have supplied the following particulars in connection with their special fertiliser now advertised as obtainable In any ou.intitles: The amount rind kind of fertiliser to apply depends both on the soil and the crop grown. Generally heavy soim require larger applications than liglif ?amis and loams. It is better to divide the total amount of fertiliser to lo used into two or more dressings !?- be eiven during the growth or l!ie crop. For citrus trees ami tropi.v.! fruits one dresslmr of Huttnn's special Fertiliser- duller tf'? win'e- Mu'v-fi September!. and another at trip en-l nr summer (February to March 1 will !??? found mo~t beneficial. For .Jecitlii'j'i* fruit trees .npph- Huttr.nV Sperm! Fertiliser-: j»i«=* heforp cominc int:) flower. Mix the fertiliser well wif* the -oil. and do not allow to come intr direel cont.iet with the roots. The following .--mounts of Muttons' Sneci?l Fertiliser or Hut...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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YACHTING VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

YACHTING VISITORS. Somebody askcil us vvtm br~.u^!it llto McK':cn mil c.nr to Nnmbour last week. iuhI mnili: s» W'Mu fv.RA aliovit it; no llacs. n.i nothing. This is the answer, rr.nn a Hly pnper: T!i' i5risb.in-i is-i-'oolcr sailing Club t-xccliotl in ils elTorls in cntiTtaining Uii- WVstfm. Suuthfrn, and Northern visitors to liie interstate i8-footcr car nival, v.litn. jxstiTday, « glorious day's oulin.e w;\s heartily enjoyed on the Ma roophy Hi.vr. The trip was specially arranged for the lady visitors and their husbands, and with them were many members of the visiting and local crews, the party filling a McKeen rail motor car, kindly made available by the Government, which departed from Cen tral at 0 a.m., and arrived nt Nambour at 11.45 a.m. Lunch was served on the car on route. From Nambour the party was conveyed by live powerful motor cars over eight miles of hilly ;in-! rough roads in rain. At Bli Bll the visitors relished a supply of fresh oysters and smooth leaf pineapples,...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Maroochy River. FISHING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

Maroochy River. PIHHINfV After tho rrilns last week, an^l^ru should secure Koorl cntchev along 'ht [ill fill and Parson Bunk roaches. rt;i, ei-ntly, Ihn Mnny tribe havn vdcat'^ tlM'sn hnnks and none fnr up tho river. Tii-i h;if(Kln(? in most places has ln-pu ?.rn.ill, though a couple of nnthUNl.nt 1 .1 week a«f- spnured over thirty, cm ?;!inK n'.si'y of large whiting, will' ? ji nlee f.irwhlne' hrpim nbont 3» !| . '''he* wen* -t-'»!i--I on l!i« Till .Bli ;'.-ach nearly opposltii tin: mouth r.r 'etrlH Crer-k. In nny rt-* : on thes r : mks the best of bnlt and fine taokl' .'???« p«jentlal. ?

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CRICKET. NAMBOUR v. DIGGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

CRICKET. NAMBOUR v. DIGGERS. For the last fixture in the N.C. C. A. Competition on Saturday last Xamhour defeated the Diggers C. C. by 49 runs. The scores were as follows: V. Gaylard c. Sheedy b. Nash .. 33 K. Perren b. Bigelow ? 23 C. Platter b. Robinson ? 10 W. Perren b. Bigelow ? 0 J. Peak b. Robinson ? 30 B. McFadden c. Hocking b. Walsh -J N. Brake not out ? 5 J. Perren b. Robinson ? 6 K. Bendixen c. Hocking b. Walsh 0 R. Robinson c. Bigelow b. Walsh 0 \V. Milliner c Duckering b Robinson i Sundries ? 17 Total ? lie Bowling for Diggers: J. Bigelow 2 ?'T 45. V. Nash 0 for 47. W. Robinson 4 for 2G, W. Walsh 3 for 11. Diggers: — P. Duckerin? 1-. Gaylard ? 10 M. Hockin? l.b.w. b. Gaylard .... 2 W. Robinson c. Perren b. Milliner 15 T. Sheedy run out ? 2 V. Nash b. Gaylard ? 1 M. Swetnam h.o.w. b. Milliner 8 II. Smith b. Milliner ? 2T P. Berry c- Platter b. E. Perren . . 20 L. Cramb c. and b. Gaylard . . 4 J. Biceloiw not out ? 8 W. Walsh h.o.w. b Perren . . 0 Sundries ? A Total ? 97 B...

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Cooroy. CEMETERY TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

Cooroy. i CEMETERY TRUSTEKS. A meeting of the trustees of tfio Ooiiroy cemetery waa hold on Satur day night. Tht} report showed tho operations for tho past jcar, which chiefly consisted of Hip orcotlon of 11 shelter shed at tho entrance gates, also it tool shed, costing altogether ahoul £:18. A portion of tho roaervo wns net apart tor tho benolH of Uio local sub-braneh of tho R.S.S.I.L.A. Thn m.-.tttT of Increased burial roim w is ills.uisttoil hut wiis» loft for furlher onnshlt-ntlon at next meetlntf. Through lack of funds other necessary im provements oould not hit carried out. .MAIN ROADS. Owlii!? lo stress of work In tho omVo Mr. E. A. Kdwards, shlro olortt nn.l engineer, has rolln((ulshod tho posltl m of overseer of tho work on Cooroy Tow.intln road. In futunt Mm worlc will be undor the Htipervlaion of Mr. .1. Nott, who huK beon appointed Uy Ihu Hoard. MRMOniAI. SBRVlflB. f A servloo conducted by thn Ufv. Omy.ion \va» lurid In tho MothmlNt Churi'li on Suinliiy morning In mem or...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FRUIT AND VEGEABLES. NEW REGULATIONS CONCERNING PACKING AND GRADING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 February 1923

FRUIT AND VEGEABLES. NEW REGULATIONS CONCERNING PACKING AND GRADING. The regulations under the Fruit Caso-» A--t of 1912 have been repealed, and a new sot issued in place of them. These new regulations are termed the Fruit rind Wyvtable Grading and Packing Resnlatinos of 1922. and were pub lished in the Feb. 1 'Government Gaz ette.' FOREIGN SUBSTANCES. Those regulations provide for the er.'.dinij. packing, and marketing of fruit ami vegetables Cor sale. Any fruit or vegetables contained in any case intended for sale shall be packed in a case made in accordance with thi specific measurements as s-t out in a schedule in the regulations f.»r such fniit. The regulations provide that tho proportion of foreign substances r-uch as earthy matter, gravel, stones, ifcc. in any case or package of any fruit or vegetables shall not exceed 3 per (.???nt of die total weight of the -con- tents of such case or package, as the case may be. Any person who packs any fruit or vegetables except in ac cor...

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