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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

500 Pairs MANUFA' miRERS ' SAMPLES'' Ql^S'G Hv.KRXD BELoiv H-fUAL COST PRICE — AT VIC.' JENSEN'S ? buy:, vour xkasj r jJtwear now. : J \VE_PAYJ»dSJ .3£AXYWHERE. ? . -4iM ; Gent's Ta- Bla.ctj or ;, Nigger S*Hvn- J.(|?e j BOOTS, jtf-ij'ns r,jwn I soles, goodsrupcjs.F j 23/6 1 'I i Oentf« L*.!fher- Af'bert :? 8Hpper«,«$;/1?, 9/11. ! /^N * 1 ' ? i* ' ' ;; i Ladies W§ lo Canvas, j Court Sh'o',. lifhtj Hewn! boIcs, Jfsijier ci-Uan i BoaguirSailj 8:ioj*, «JI: white E?H1, e(«1. I Gent'4 G l:c f-aco .;G plain We, i*d sewn L BOOTS, |cif i^r toecap or? ? E Vs- Is' ? iyji j Ladles R ihbcr Solo~| ' Coujtc ?/6, 11/6 !_ j -5 ? ' Ladles ?-'i£ 3r Brown L; Lansing i £? Shoes Ii; Pliable sew :!.o!es, half : louia hcj'ls ? lo Ladles Stirling Shoes * 3.*1. I 17/13 fyr^T enfs Tan Calf Derby OOTS, toeeaps, solid j\vn. soiej; o'.htrs and 22/G Lsdies Whits Canvas Lace Shoes, 15/11. ndics Glaie Lace Shoes ;hl sewn soles, pat- S ent leather loecap, | a'her ctiban heels. § Boys and Youths | Boots 1O/O and 11/1...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW SET[?]RS' LEAGUE. FORTNIGHTS NEWSBUDGET [?] 20. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

' NEW SETWW RS' LEAGUK. 'rORTMOHTfl SEWSBCDGET | 4S. 20. j .iJarm t,.VD3?^jicr a hundred ap- i {iii'-.tion.* ? wer»'.S j .Mved for the 3t '??ojs-. who .ir-'.v-;! \ .y tnp SS. 'Sop- '? ???ic-^s'' on 'j:.1!^ airy wWrt show? : ''.»l!^o i!*Mn:vi *l JPhi* ''!.ks of l.ibou:' ' :s i:» i'Xc.?*f c-t i'.'t i ipp!r. Those farm- i ?rsV.vin V'-'-,' A I 'ssftj' in -i-curlna ' i !??! h.i%i !- 'r-f y\ 'inmiintf-ifed w'tn ! if-H^nit-'.n ?!,-- - E t-e w-vtc to sup o'rSsv^iirf'rricnta J -m fulure ship- ? HKils. .\;.vvrS S| --, tlf .;?; n,i,i lads : :.- ilfe at n.-:-:nrj- i Mint She 20th in*t. ! ?i- *-r ts.' r;^vo5w ^nt asreemcnl hns j not Veen ??n?iv.|'Jfc it it H intictp.ited j tliir' from n^ n; S s!;ivnit?nt onwarils ' iini-m-'n'.a will 1 Kj '..*i*tcd \ipnn In a!- * c^s(|-. Thi i-'-ni: ft -ing w.i ce for Uds j Vs j'l-'on fve-i .' If 5 ' por wvt-k an-.: j fc-i1%lf -»s a reinimt: K- Applications stit- ; irir t^s Ihi.n t?;-! JS n-it:nt will not tie ! ??iin.'i-ietrii. 1. i.isj SBjraicd for work in! ir'I...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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POTATO GROWING. SELECTION AND TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

POTATO GROWINQ. I SELECTION AND TREATMENT. -r.iny amateur gardeners with ;on!y , small vegetable garden do no! thi--, potato crowing worth while, :nfn-^ do not acree with them, for C is - fascinating crop. There is soreethir] so thrilling about getting so mi:;?h ni suit from one plant. That is* 3f jv! cet it, and there is no recisoS w!) not. if common sense is applied. \ 3 It is difficult to keep the sprier cro, I free from Irish Blight, but the autum _ crop l* usually successful. It I* r! $ use planting till good rains have. scat '! ed the soil, but the bed should \w c.j, 3 ready and the seeds attended t^ no\' 4 AROUT THE SEED. : As a matter of fact, potatoes we r grown from seed at all. but; frort j seed potatoes which.; for this piKntisi.3 are saved from thn spring crop, frhc^a can cither take the form of small [whoiS potatoes or pieces containing I'-y^fc cut from large ones. ' ' * If the whole potato Is to be ??sciI i! should be a small one, no bigger !han i hen's pge. ; : It is...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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MOST POPULAR SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

MOST POPULAR SPORTS. Some time ago an English news )apcr organised an ''art union' in aid if St. Thomas's hospital and other ?harilies. Prizes amounting lo £10, 100 were awarded to those ?who couia ictermine the relative popularity of ?arious sports. Almost 4,000,000 or ;iaronased votes were recorded, and a ?inn of chartered accountants certi fied thai the following 1C sports were ;!k; most popular, in this oMer: — jlorso racing, tennis, golf, dancing, iricket, football (Soccer), motoring, jilHardri, boxing, cycling, swimming, football fRurby), bowls, fishing, boat flp, sfiootinp. Then came hockey, limning, w.ilking, polo, and coursing, jvliiV-t rrofju^t, lacrosse, skittles. Ienc «njr nnd racquets wore af the bottom tf the poll. In Australia, there is no question th.it the 'Sport of Kings' f.oul'i come in an easy winner In any jsopular ballot; but football and cricket Jvould certainly displace the toney 5r»mcs of tennis and golf in the estima 8 on of sport-loving Australians ; danc ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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GYMPIE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

OYMPIE SHOW. Gytnpic Show Society lm ?ecer. cone through an Interesting s'sgr?. propos.il was made at the anmiil m? inc. to' hold no show in 1923. beer of 'the poor help accorded »y tie p. pie of (lympie. Some remirkiMe ! uro.~ were -;ruoted, the publicj'icn bath to the business men. Could he true, that taking away !?-.» But Factory and a conpio of other dot tions. the rest or the Gympie :r,-;n ! not contributed £3, that the hot?;* : ?iven nothing except £3 oocJted noe of them, that a Iocs. ln-?tvip.i j had presented but b' to the coflVrsl the SoeiWv? These thins:-! wers allo.l 'tie way or other, and the flcuro.-s ? j audited supported most of them. \\| it not enough to make decent nv-n h.j their h?.id5 in stumc However, an ; mendciont to the motion for the . b.iarfonment. T'osiponinc decision tn:1 month should show whether or r. Gympie wguM put up £2 50. its f sharp, was carried, anil a, public; n-: insr followed at which the money si:: scribed in the room by the bostirr business m...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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SILENT GRAMOPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

SILENT GRAMOPHONE. Many years ago it was discovered tat certain crystals when vibrated ?ould pr-nerate electricity. The vibra ins iniL'til be set up by sound, thus r«:ninp flic prospect of converting ruiml inlo electricity. A quite unex ?cti:d application of this interesting ionlific discovery has been made by ??''- British inventors who have de-' loped a silent gramophone and an In rument they describe as a distant iiRsmitler. In fhe silent gramophone io listener is provided with ordinary 5--plif)iie receivers through which he id he alone hears the sound. Any iiniier of telephones may he connect ;. but no sound is audible to anyone }f so provided. People who live next for to a gramophone will welcome j;s invention with open arms. The ttant transmitter is a new kind of tdntinn liy wiiii:!i the music of an ijg-hfslrn in tlie theatre may be trans iSilod from one part of a hal! to an -ia-T or from the orcheslra in tho tS'ntri: to the tea rooms or lounge. It ijgt'laimcd that the sound i...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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MORE GOOD COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

MORE GOOD COWS. The secretary of the Herd Book ad vises that Messrs. D. Spoor & Sans. Ulawarra Milking Shorthorn breeders, of Mundubbera, Q., have recently com pleted 273 d?.ys test for two cows, with creditable results. Their 'Handsoma of Hillcrest,' 5 years old, gave 505.S7 1b. butter in this period. A youegsr cow, 'Handsome 2nd. of HUlciest,' bore 3rd July 1919, gave 3S91b. butter. The secretary points out that it is not only the old established breedejs, in special districts, who are putting up rerords with their cows. Messrs. D. Spoor & Sons are comparatively acsv arrivals from Denirark, but they have quickly seized on to the Idea of breed ing producers, while many of their neighbours are still plodding along with unprofltsble hetiU

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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FLYING FOX BOARD. ASSESSMENT, £100 FOR 1923. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

S FLYING FOX BOARD. 1' ASSESSMENT, £100 FOR 1923. \ mceling of the Flying Fox Board w ?; hold at Hyrnpie on Friday, the M ynr (Aid. I.. J. Thomas) presiding. T' :ro won; alsn present, Messrs. \V. H rvey (Maroonhy), A. Leach (Mur e- ?). A. W. D.ivies (Kilkivan). W. P. C-; npbeli (W'omlal), M. Barker (King ni-' vl. .1. T. Tatnell (WidtreoV 'hf stalpinent of receipts and ex fii .litur^ sliowed that during the last t\\J!vr months. £501/10//! had been l-iSi out for bird pest scalps, which ivS- doulilc the amount paid In 1021, nvS during a conversational (fiscus ;ii j it was pointed out that the a iii nl was likely to be considerably in i-'asod during Hie rominc: year. One ?o; icillor said that the Clerk of his -lift- had nearly £100 worth that he i\vl Id in- shortly forwarding. 'j He assessment of £~5 made in I!-'U' on each Council hail produced Ti.5. which afler scalp payments and )tl*r expenses had been met, left a -n !l balance of £7/10/3. It was de ;Ul] ! that fur 1933, the assessmen...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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FRUIT STANDARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

FRUIT STANDARDS. The following standards arc cm hodied in the recent proclamation of the new fruit packing regulations: SMOOTH LEAF PINEAPPLES. 'Large' consist of sound, well grown, matured specimens, giving 8 to 12 fruit to the bushel. 'Choice' consists of sound, well grown, matured specimens, running 1-i to 21 fruit of even size to the bushed case. rirsis consist oi souno, wen grown, matured specimens, running 22 to 28 fruit of even size to the bushel case. 'Seconds' consist of sound, ma tured specimens, running 29 to 3C fruit of even size per bushel case. ROUGH LEAF PINEAPPLES. 'Choice' consist . of sound, well crown, matured specimens, running 21 fruit of even size per bushel case. 'First' consist of sound, well-grown matured specimens, running 25 to 27 of even size per bushel case. 'Seconds' consist of sound, matur ed specimens running 28 to 3G of even size per bushel case. R1PLEY QUEENS. 'Choice' consist of sound, well ?rown matured specimens running 21 fruit of even size per ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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O. C. SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION. [?]ST OWN EXCURSION TICKETS THIS TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

' ft .C. SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION. i.Ni?5T SKLL OWN EXCURSION j |- TICKET? THIS TIME. 1 r.new departure is being insisted tfc . aconneetion with tlie coming ex (inr- lyi on March 2, the Ttaiiway De jorj S'li! requiring that the tickits 4ii: ,!)?- snld by others than the De iiarji 'I'lifs nfllcers. The secretary. Mr. ' . { j|,Ionos iMooloolah), is therefore . iiisihtifc the different centres along the llfie'fiPis week, arr.insinc for individu als '|i, each place to sell the tickets. 'Ijli. ? 'Hmust also be sold bsforehand. --in'jSiintly to allow tlie Department to He liutle.1 on the day before, of the i^unav'r ?-' trains required. For these t^irJi also, certain guarantees have io IK Mjid down in cash, otherwise they ^U'lfr.t be run. Intending excursionists \j1u2j,Vrefi-re do well to watch the :-f!ivj|incements soon to lie made, and 'ii sS't their tickets early from some iknfiJ r..-.meil as the seller for their s^isiij. The issue of handbills is be ?.^?rifisN1-.''.! fnrw.ini. am'. m«s! of ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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SOARING FLIGHT. PROGRESS AND POSSIBILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

SOARING FLIGHT. , PRQGEESS AND POSSIBILITIES. Birds have been the envy of man since the beginning, and is it small wonder that, having wa'ched their easy gyralJons, he has not sought to emulate them? As far back as the 14th cen tury such men as Francisco dl Lana essayed to fly by means of huge wings or other equally impossible contrap tions. They knew nothing whatever concerning air currents, nor did they late into consideration the relative powers of the pectoral muscles of mm as compared with those of birds and winced insects. It has been con | d^ively proved that man cannot Oy i by his own energy, and, in consequence j the development of aeronautical navi gation has perforce had to be devel oped along lines involving the utilisa tion of mechanical power. As is well-known, the first fllight in a heavier- than-alr machine was made on December 17, 1903, by Wilbur ant! Orville Wright. Since that date avia tion has made vast strides, but all Uie time the possibility of utilising' natu...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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BATHURST BURR. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

BATHURST BURR. II took a good-hearted Woombye r.n.in to llnd a. champion plant of th.it ! e.xfccrable pe3t, the Bathurst Burr, fit Xambour main street the other day, near the bridge. Everybody rnlxht well follow hi* excellent example, and root nut any sample of thl* curae they may find. The plant pulled up on this occasion was loaded with seed, ripe, enough to germinate even If sep arated from the parent plant at once. :-nd numerous enough to supply 'the kybosh' to all th« Petrlo Creek farms below Nambour. We look immediate t'-ps to have the specimen burned, and hope thai many local people wil! In: found ready to pull out and destroy even the smallest specimen of thii pest which they may discover. In case anybody does not know the plant, we may state that It is smaller than j the Noogoora burr, but has seeds very j like it, but each 'hair' ends In a smalt i hook also. The Bathurst burr ia also more prickly, there bein? triple jsplncs ev ery inch ox so along every branch. The general...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

Nene Adacs' Private Hospital, Mtuo «ru ttsmbour. 'Pfcont i5. I NURSE (Mrs.). ADAMS, 5 A.T.N.A. Certificates of Ltm ...u pObitetrlctl Society, Ckipoun i Maternity Hospital; and Central | Midwlves' Board. London. I None (Mrs.) Beansang j OertMloatM Ilidwlf*. i hu acquired the Residence of Mr. : 1. D. Murtagh. BlacktJl Terrace. I NAMBOUB, i tn a Hospital, and will continue to r receive patients as previously. fe — I ? | 'Darenport' Private Hospital, l KCMLWORTH ROAD, EUBT.UXDI. i Vhone No. 11. : NURSE POLE-HORE Hospital Trained Nurse, eta!* RecMere.d. ~ ALFRED CROFTS, M.P.S~ a&a Photographic Depot, HAMBOUR. All photograshlo Good* « lilt ulces tor caiti. F. WIMMER, ; Soft Drink and Cordial Manufacturer. ktaiw of ail Unas of Soft Drinks and ; Cordials. THE TRADE SUPPLIED* Winner 1st prize for Cordials national Show, 1622. ? mtllstreSTnambour. - H. A. DONALD, toachbuilder, Wheelwrigfct, ? General Blacksmith. ' hoeing. Repairs. Painting. t Moderate Prices. X A Trial solicited. Any ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

NAMBOXJR BAKERY CURfttB STREET, fMMSOUR}. wholembaTbwead ! Bum, Cumst utf Bvttam 1*M*» PASTRY SPKCIALS DAR.V: Jam Tirts. Sausago Rolls. Scorn ». Cre*ra Puffs, Rainbow and ottef a s- Social* and Ptonio PartiM e*wr 4 for. A. D. ~0-L0AN,j (Lite OLIVER COLL1MS) f PROPRIETOR. ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

Bartholomew. & Cary, SA17MILLER8, «o. ? 4LL SORTS OP 3UILD1NQ SIZES In &MSOAM) TUntxr*, rough and drm*d. Alto Doom, Stshes, Moulding*, fruit oues, do. do. _— i lowest pmoa, ! Urflcrs loaded on railway trucks free of chug*. WOOM8VC. W.CX. arm

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

DINE IN TOWN ? And DINE at Geddes Cafe ! Here's a Cafe — most Inviting — Service first class — Salubrious sur- j foundings — Menu of quality and Inexpensive — in fact delightful In all its superlative features. j It specialises and wins popular favour in Its ; CELEBRATED HOT DINNERS. COME IN AND DINE— THOU AND THINE! 'Just the Juicy' Fruit. . ' Nobby Confectionery. 'Phone 71. E. WELLS, Proprietor. ) CURRIE STREET, NAMBOUR. | Opposite the Only B rick Building. j H U T T 0 N ' S SPECIAL FERTILISER Produces VIGOROUS, STURDY, EARLY-MATURINQ CROPS. PHOSPHORIC ACID, NITROGEN and POTASH are removed from j the soil by growing crops. It is necessary to put Ihosr elements back again in a form which can be readily dissolved by the soil. HUTTON'S SPECIAL FERTILISER returns Phosphoric Add, Nitro gen and Potash In a form which quietly transforms the soil, giving it the rich elements necessary to vigorous, sturdy and early maturing crops. ADDRESS YOUR ENQUIRIES TO ? /. C. HUTTON PTY. LTD., ROMA ST...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

k — .* ? $44441 ? ul £ iUST LANDED ? j'. j jji- | | I FINE ASSORTMENT jj 1 I English Enamnrei ' INCLUDING— | I i ji h ! ; »-v PRESERVING PANS, KETTLES, COLLANDERJ5, Plftjp J5HES, JUGsJ : ) TEA POTS. PUDDING BOWLS, SAUCEPANS, ^TEVWP^, etc. ; ; I ? '? ? ? ? * ; ! i ? ; ! ? v'E ARE MAKING A SPECIAL LINE OF DARK! tiliZ*. v ! ENAMEL i \ STEWPANS IN NESTS OK FMj.j \ \ \\ I j SIZE IJPt. 1\ Pt. 3i p)M ;.' i:|Pt. . ~ PL; | Price (eaoh) 2/8 3/e 4/8 j ! ! . 6. 3 6/9 j « SPECIAL PRICE FOR NEST OF 6 21 /-, Less ott ul Jiit Terms. | t j MAKE A POINT OP SEEING THEM TJf-lll.vf I j THEY'RE WELL WORTH A VISIT. | : ; I; ; ? ? ? i;'l : \\ = ! j Thermos Fla$«jl ; TW-J VERY NICE LINES IN THESE VERY USEFUL :/S'jl IL\NDY j I ARTICLES. '- ; ST I ? ' j p || { Bothj In the. home ar.J when travelling, they arejaJmosV iijjlspensable. j They! will keap water etc. hot or Icy cold for 1$-6 2* ^'itirs, and are a rellable:make. ? : ! j j ; i _____—— ; ; ! j j Hiokal Plated Fluted ca*e— 1 pt. 11/6; 11 pt- ^S/G; a P' ...

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NAMBOUR RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

Euooma f**'^*^ rrr :!**? ? ' OPM.4--3R «L»: CLASlCS C(* ! General §anv:ingj &li iiness ta »« Principal Citio »rKl Teg' « of 41!'''''- 'j ' ° '»r -? (2) a»4 London (2- Savings Kartlf D-|pct*tment ?t«n Br»nch«», ird Sj-rini^lUnli '.iranoi**: ril 9 Past OfUctn through out th« CommoimMlih o' Auitrji: itT«*!v.--r^ a' \*PU - h d Tiaw Quinwa. Solomon Illandi Protsctorat!, a*c o'.!-»'K-'-» of tt'j fac 'fi { ? J Si% tnt3r-HtOn Ct' (KMifctj'P to li ,0001 3* lntoro«t on ASourt:n tvor 3B\SO-''4; - to £1,300. Oepuhr Go»-no-: g f C »??'?+} JAMES KSLL. g Sir ;.D£N-i OPli 'jyiULER, K.C.W.6^ ^ ft The 'New leakf Pl&vJr-Piano excels ill Tone Co itrol EVERY |ne.nLiti(k, fjpm full double ,|-rte to faintly- ounded pianissimo, c|: v ht jexpJ fessr i on the New Scale Flayer- frani -. I is this wonderful tcft-'e contro , wr ich per mits of exquisite, j^ersor al n ndering of each composition pb ^ed. I; All the fire and sparkle are fu.1 y re fealed — awakening aie mind |to. Idealities which wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 February 1923

B. BENNETT, LI0IN8IO MOTOR O4RRIBR, BLI BLI. 'phorie 78U'. LORRY POR HlljiE for nienlc pArtien to all part* »f tk« district. Day or nl«h- ? : ? U ? 1 — „ M (— Another Reduction in - F i When the Factory reduced prices fn August Ukt Ibis I . T{ reduction was immediately passed on to »he 8uycr-i— now xtfafek. «StflP * comc3 Bnot^.er 'eduction, due principally to improvement to &*^ ?%&*? 1 American Exchange. Following on our fixed policy ol \ B W W - 8ivl'K 'he Buyer at all times the maximum vatoo for monev ^ | U I . ? \ a.id passing on all savings in landed costs, the values given Wkjgr SI ? 'e unprecedented and put the Studebaker stilt funhw ^«^^ «H» t = L f ahead of ail competitors. . ?» New Prices Effective Feb. 1st, ?923 TIL* A J i The Famous Light ^ix tVm iK^ «H' !' *P»»»«nf«r S-P«M.n«er - ' ^^ ! Wonderful Special Six M- A 'i j ? '??'«'«?' i.P«..n«er ?p,,,,n»|,r '! J^4- i^i^ £565 £530 \3 ! CaJi TileTP.?3rPreme Bi§* ^^ ?': * f . y**7O5([ Wire and Olac Wheels /^ ! i...

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