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HOSPITAL MEMBERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 22 December 1922

HOSPITAL MEMBERSHIP. The question of what will constituto membership of Hie Hospital for Vtw purpose of electing the committee --f : management, was discussed by the comnrittep at their meeting' last week. and it was resolved to authorise the Collector and Organiser. Mr A. B. Tan ner, to inform any persons concerned! that payment of £1 in one sum would entitle the donor to enrolment and t vote on elections of committee, and --r! all such matters as are referable to what hospital rules usually class as either 'members' or 'governors.' Tr there ar' 1000 persons in the Shire who will comply with this require ment. Hip t-ooner they -end in their names. the sooner the Committee cm put down tho third -if the estimated cost on the talil* of the UnderSec retary for Works: until this can In done, tne building cannot proceed.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Nambour Chamber of Commerce. DECEMBER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 22 December 1922

tambour Chamber of Commerce, j DECEMBER HEETINa. The monthly meeting of Uie sLdovc Chamber was held in Thornton A Mann's mart on Tuesday evening (Dec. 12) those present being Messrs NV. Lanfcam (voted to the chair in the ab sence of president and -rice-prestaents? E. B. Fox. F. M. MurUgh, F. Bendlxen A. H. Bushnell. H. E Lowe, and A W Thynne (acting secretary). Apologies came- from Messrs. W. WhaHey (pre sident), and Mr. J. P. Kearns. Mr. Wliitford, secretary Beerburmm no operative Co. Ltd. was present by is: vitation, and Mr. A. A. McFadden Join ed the meeting later. One new mem ber was nominated and will be ballotsi! for at the January meeting. With the president's apology jvas enclosed a report on the Balcarras water motor, and a communication from the inventor. These were read on motion fo Messrs Fox and Bush nell. — Received. , A quantity of inward anil outwar-l correspondence which did not Involve further action at this meeting was read, and formally received and en dorsed. Mr...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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S.Q.F.S. INTERSTATE FRUIT SPECIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 22 December 1922

8.Q.F.8. INTERSTATE PRUIT SPECIALS. Fruit trains run by the Southern Queensland Fruitgrowers' Society Ltd. cleared Wallangarra Thursday, Friday, and Saturday for .-week ending lf.tfc December with 497 tons, of which 3SC tons were for Melbourne, and 110 tons for Sydney. The fruit was packed in 12.-S70 cases of which 10,51.1 cases were bananas, 590 -cases pines, $41 cases passion fruit, 39 cases papawa 103 cases tomatoes, 308 cases cucum bers, 1 cases mangoes, 1 1 cases melons 3 cases chocos and { case mixed. Melbourne took 8.200 cases banana* 312 cases pines. 723 eases passion fruit 152 cases tomatoes* 30G cases cu cumbers, 1 cafe mangoes, 4 cases mel ons. 9 cases pa paws, 3 cases chocos and 1 case mixed; and Sydney 2,23? caes bananas, 278 cases pine?, 30 cases papaws, 2 cases cucumbers, ii cases tomatoes, 118 eases passion fruit am! 7 cases melons: District loadings by tonnage w-pre: Dayboroutrh Line to Melbourne :!0 Ions; North Coast lo Sydney 205 'on.', and to Melbourne 2S2 tons; ...

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MATILDA AWHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 22 December 1922

MATILDA AWHIIL. An original method of conveying £i|* partner in tho llto wea seen to bo iii ployed by a. swaggio who pas* id through Nambour a few days ago. to had the handles ami front fork of a J eycle adjusted lo a wooden wheel a foot In diameter, short with a tyro o a motor ear tube, doubled anil taoked to Us periphery. Tho handles were arl Justed in cow'h horn attltud.-;. and Ma tilda was strapped in an upright posl tlo on« end hotweon them, and tho other to the siiles of the fork below. Shu aparently when the uwaggie, who had i limp, nmi lly-hltterit attached to his hat rim, proceeded, propelling the con trivance with his hands In breast-high position in barrow-like fashion.

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ADELAIDE-BRISBANE ROUTE. READY IN JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 22 December 1922

AOKLAIOK-BRifiBANR ROUTR. ElBADY IN JANUARY. Whihi the aerlul mull routes in N'orth-VVestern Australia ami Cuntral Queenslanil aro already in operation, the opening of the iniiln AduluhluBris bane route has heen doluyed owing, lo the prolonxcil dullvery of the ma chines from England. m The controller of civil aviation nalil recently that according to advice to haiitl the machines worn about to leavtt England. Thoy should ho in Molbounm by the New Year. As soon as thoy are erected, the service will opuit. Ther» will thon be ovnr .1000 uillt-» Tor air routes In operation. Tho Horvi.ce should bo ready during January. .:

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MAKING WEATHER FORECASTS. WIDESPREAD ORGANISATION. HOW COMMITTEE WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 22 December 1922

MAKina WEATHER FORECASTS. WIDESPREAD ORGANISATION. HOW .COMMITTE WORKS. Few people probably vvho read IJie weather reports and forecasts, issued by the Central Commonwealth. Meteorological Bureau and its State branches pause to consider the vast amount of organisation necessary to make the Information available. The j bureau may lin compared to a huge j nervous system, having its centre in j Melbourne, with its ramltlealious ; stretching. lo all parts of Australia and j contiguous countries. The number of ' observing stations in communication | with the central bureau and its Slate branches in 1921 was GUOG, and, in ad dition, readings from a number of self recording instruments were received from out-stations. Since 1921 the num ber of stations has been increased. A large number of tin? observers are post masters and railway olllcials, but the task of observing is undertaken in many cases by jiat-toralists and farmers in outlying districts. The reports of sta tions arc made in the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 22 December 1922

? . ? I ? ' . L— 500 Pairs MANOTACTuESs|&JSraipS^ BEING CLEARED BELOW USUAL COST I'^ICE — AT I VIC. JENSEN'S Buy voya xisbas footwear now* ^ I WE PAY 'i'ObTAGB A^VWHEllK! j Gent's Tan, Black, or Nigger. Brown J.acc BOOTS, genuine sewn ' soles, good shapes. | 23/6 * j Gent's Leather Albert Sllppori, 6/11, 8/11. Ladies While Canvas, j Court Shop, light sown! soles, leather cuhan hods. Scacull Sand ShoesT~ail ' white 8/11. 6/11. Cent's Glace I .a -.? ' i pluln toe, goo'H *?? wn '. . BOOTS, cither toe -up orj soles. I i5/ii i ? . __}? Ladles Rubber -olo j Courts 9/6, Ifl.'e ! Ladies Nigger Hr- \yn j I Lansing Bar r-iu es j pliable sewn solos, half Louis heels. I Ladle* Surfir'i : Shoes! 3/11. - Gen's Tan Calf Ij. by BO( TS, toccapsi so id si:v. j Sdlfj; uliifr.s 1?, 11 awl 22,0 ! ? L- __ ? Lctlcs Wlilto CanJ-o* i- ice Shoes, 15.'«1. iTouijls Uiape Lace S^iocs liglij sewi) solos. j£it ??ijl leather toi:c:i?-, Iir.ii.icr ru'jan heels* ?Soys and Youths' 1 Boj)U 10/0 and 1VH VIC. JE...

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DIVING CASUALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 22 December 1922

DIVING CASUALTY. At about 11.30 a.m. on Friday last Superintendant B-*ech of the Xambour Ambulance Centre was summoned t.i the School swimming pool near Mr. | H. E. Lowe's residence. On arrival j he found that a young: lad. Leon Trout, who had been bathing at the hole was suffering from a large lacerated scait* wound. Young Trout, aged 16 years, and his j friend, J. E. Lissner, both Grammar School boys of Brisbane, were on a walking tour, and paused at our swlm minp place. Trout was doing a back somersault from the springboard when he slipped and hit his head on th-? board causing a painful wound. First aid was rendered to the patient taken t» Dr. Penny for further treatment anil the- boys returned to Brisbane by th-? afternoon train.

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Montville. FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 22 December 1922

Montville. FRUITGROWERS* ASSOCIATION. The Montville P. and F. Association met in tha School of Arts on Thursday evening (Dec. 7), the president, Mr. E. R. Swain, being in Iho chair. Several important matters were before the meeling, the first being the proposed pineapple pool, vvrich Mr. J. J. Thom a-;, one of the committee, explained in full to Hip .satisfaction of those present. II was unanimously decided to supporl the Pool, and Messrs Thom as and S. .1. Howe were nominated for the Pool Board. The Paimwoods-Montville main roa-.' w.is also discussed, the position being made quite clear. The meeting strong, ly favoured Hie road, and unanimous!} resolved to snd a motion of confidence to the Main Roads Hoard. Mr. T. Beech, or Hie Maroochy Am bulanco Centre at JCambour, ny ro Unest detailed the work in which he was enraged, of organising the Shin* in connection with 'the new centre. He .recommended the forming of an honorary, centre at Montville, in charge of an honorary bearer traine...

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GYMPIE v. N. C. Reo. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

QYMPIE v. N. C. Rep. Gympie Rep. Team defeated N.C.C. A Rep. team by 33 runs, on Nambour Oval on Thursday. last. The score* OYMPIE REP:— 1st Innings: J. Bambling c. Nash b. Whit« .. i'J R. Goldsworthy c. Cobb b. Nash . . ;i A. Goldsworthy c. Swwetnam b. Cobb ? 6t- J. OTJonnell run out ? U F. Rowo c. Robinson b. Cobb . . 1 1 A. Cooper c. Robinson b. Gaylard 0 J. Byrne st. Sweetnam b. Gaylnnl f- J. T. Meara not out ? J.'. C. Bslthes c. White b. Munday . . 2I- T. O'Ni«U b. Gaylartt ? .4 B. Spring b. Gaylard ? 0 Sundries ? ^ Total ? 151 Bowling for North Coast: Munday 1 for 26, Nash 1 for 38, Milliner 0 for S, White 1 Tor 11. Gaylard 4 for 21, Cobb 2 for 32, Nicklin 0 for 5, Robinson 0 for 4. N.C.C.A.. — 1st Innings: W. Darwin b. Cooper ? I T. Nlcklln c Spring b. Mean .. t W. Perren Rtp. — b. R. Golds* ? worthy ? 24 V. Gaylard b. Cooper ? r. M. Colib b. R. Goldworthy .... 0 V. White l.b.w. 1-. Coooer .... 2 M. Sweetnam 1-. R. Goldworthy . . ;' W. Robinson b. Goldworthy . . 0 T. Sheedy c...

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PALMWOODS B v. ROSEMOUNT B. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

PALMWOODS B v. ROSEMOUNT B. Palmwoods B played Rosenvwnt ». at Rosemount on Saturday last, the re sult being a draw, as time dirt not per mit a finish. Scores: Rosemount 1st innings: Arthur Per ron t-. McKenzie 51. T. Perren c. Mowatt 10. W. Perren not out 4i, 3. Bycroft b. Corley 19. Ed. Perren J-. Carby 5. Allen Perren e. Spackman b Carby 4. Les. Perren no* out 6. sun dries 11. 5 wickets for 153. Palmwoods B 1st Innings: .1. C. A,awrie b. Al. Perren 41 .0. Mowitt b. Ar. Perren 0. M. MeKenzie h.o.w, b. Bycroft 13. L. Spaeknvux b. By croft 5. A.' Fletcher t-. A. Perren t, S. Remington c and b A. Perren 9. .T. Cameron not out 9. J. Corley run cut 6. H. Langard c Perren b. A. Perron 5. C. Atkinson c. L. Perren S. W. Atkin son not out 2, sundries, 9 wickets f'r 105. Bowling for Palmwoods: G. Mow att 0 wickets for 13 runs*; Spackman 0 wickets for 22: McKenzie 1 fo rts; W. Lawrie 0 for 10: Corley 3 for 2:-. Bowling for Rosemount: Allan Prr r«-n 4 for 32; Arthur Perron I for 26; B. Bycrof...

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Cricket. POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

Cricket POSITION OF CLC3S. A. GRADE: Plyd. Won. Dm. Lost. Pt*. Palrowds. 0 7 1 I K» Woombye 0 6 1 2 13 Nambour 9 114 9 North Arm S 3 3 2 'J Diggers 5 -i — i S Yandina 9 1 — » - Beerwah S 2 — 6 4

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S.Q.F.S. INTERSTAT FRUIT SPECIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

8.Q.F.8. INTERSTAT FRUIT SPECIAL8. Fruit trains run by the Southern Queensland Fruitgrowers' Society Ltd. !o clear Wallangarra Thursday, Fri day and Saturday for week ending '23rd December took 193 tons of which 374J tons were for Melbourne and !20i tons wore for Sydney. The fruit was packed in 11,886 cases, being fi9G cases pines, 410 cases passion fruit, 19 casess papaws, 26 cases to matoes, 18 cases cucumbers, 15 cases mangoes, 18 case* melons, and 3 case chocos. Melbourne took S.231 cases banan as. i3f- cast's pines. 2.*0 cases passion fruit, 26 cases tomatoes. 18 cases cu cumbers, 7 cases rnangoes and 3 cases chokos: and Sydney 2,i50 cases ban anas, 233 cases pines. 19 cases pa paws, 130 cases passion fruit. 18 cases melons and 8 cases mangoes. District loadings by tonnage were: Dayboro line to Melbourne 22 tons; North Coast Line to Sydney 161 tons, to Melbourne 196J tons; Tweed Heads to Sydney 07* tons, to Mel bourne 22J tons; Currumbin to Syd ney ij tons, to Melbourne 1231 to...

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TROPICAL HOUSES. PROPOSED COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

TROPICAL HOUSES. PROPOSED COMPETITION. At a meeHns of the sub-committee arranged by the uueensl.-ind Branch of the Public Health Association to consider the question of a competi tion for the most suitable design of tropical houses. UieM were pri-sent Mrs. M. H. Brydon (Inspector of Women's Work DeDt. of Public In struction). Mr. R. N. Quran (Cnder Secretary for Public Works') , Dr. J. S. C. Elkington (Chief Quarantine Oflker'. and Captain E. R B. Pifee (Hon. Secre tary. Queensland Branch of the Pub lic Health Association of Australasia). It was decided that an effort tx- made to obtain sufflcient money to allow of prizes being offered: 1st £200, 2nd £100. Srd^fSO, no restriction being placed on 'place, of residence of com petitors. The basic principles of the design to be light, ventilation, and util ity, particularly in rega rd to kitchen and laundry. The house to be suitable for erection in the Australian tropics or sub-tropics, the materials to be op lional. prices in Brisbane b...

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RAILWAY RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

RAILWAY RETUBNS. Tne transactions at Cooror station for the month ending 30th November are as follows: — Passenger tickets issued ilBS (£257/7/10) parcels £197 1/2. Goods inward 233 tons ? £332/7/ 11; Goods outward 790 tons (£353/ 3/ 105 IK? i-tock fon^rded — pig3 209, cattle 13. Total revenue £1033. WIDE BAY CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY i:OY. LTD. Durits the month ot November this company manufactured 234.719 lbs of butter at its two factories, from which suppliers were paid £17.505/7/4, beint a tthe rate of 1/5J for first and i/li for second class. The output at Coomv factory was 73.067 E-* of butter, and £5690 /13/7 ?was paid to suppliers. SCHOOL VACATION. There was no priie distribution or other ceremony observed at the break ine-up of Cooroy School on Friday last. A basket picnic and sports etc. were held earlier in the year In cooler weather.

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"THE CHRONICLE" Nambour, Friday, December 29, 1922 NAMBOUR AMBULANCE CENTRE. XMAS EVE COLLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

'THE CHROHICLE' tambour, Frid.ty, Dce'Tnbw §9. l0'Il NAMBOU* AMBUUtflCC 0»mnr. XMA8 BVlfcolLBnTMjS. The eollfctlonn on Sutirrdiy last through Namfeoue in aid of tl-» Nam bour Ambulance Ontro ,iroo4r-t*d la £3O/%/f,, which sum vnn maf« up of the following eolleetor»-~ Miskc* I P«nny 18/17/7. Miw M. Puiiny £4/ 110, Mis* Browa tS/i/9. itlh Mat*. h«r tt/ll/». MIm G0€0nt.iiUl9/3, antl tb« -tun«rlnt--n-t«nt fMp.|jB««r«h; KS/t/fi. The -r4-ramltt«« «»t* id thctr thank* to 'Ufa coHefitor* for tii» i»nei aelle nunntr in which they ; v»orkct for tft« ranM- Th»r Arohuhnx ?-? motor waggon was on -how In Ifte- «t vet and wa» milrh «ut0ilM-l. .'

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Cooroy. SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

Cooroy. SHIRE COL^'CIf. Tlic ordinary monthly meeting of tho Noo?a Shire Council was held on 'Wed n-'Sf]ay of Ust week. Owing to the absence of the Chairman (Cr. \V. I. Fvrpuson,) who is at present a patient in St. Helen's Hospital, Brisbane. Cr. Dcpper presided. Accounts were passed for payment as follows: — Shire Fund £1471/4/7, Sanitary £51/ K./'J, Loan Rates [redemption) £242/ 2 '3, Road plant £901/4/0, Rates Col lected during the month of November were: — Xo. 1 Div. £125/12/0, No. ?„'. £U6/.V-i. No. 3, £121/8/11. The Divisional balance at 30/ll/'22 were: No. 1, credit £395/11/5, No. 2, debit £18i/l/9. No. 3 debit £56/17/4. The assistant overseer's report was adopted and cerUiin suggestions made therein aro lo be carried out. No tenders were received for the disposal of nightsoll in Tfwanltn sanitary area, and Cr. Gibson was asked to see if he could make some arrangement. As a ? re rotrnition of the expeditious work per formed by the assistant overseer since providing- himself w...

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MAROOCHY DISTRICT HOSPITAL. XMAS EVE COLLECTION [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

MiMOOCMV OWTRtOT HO«»»tTAS. XM.VH JWS r.GLtZCVi&i. f;iirt*lma* K»e watt * tt*f of eolleo tiorx in X.tmhour. By eotmn, the mornioK vvne devoted to thelAmou { lame, the rtMill of whleft i» rtporteil «te*i?where, th« »ft«rnoon to th- Honp» Ital. the cytolng to the Towr B»ml. la the arieraooo thr«e eoll«el« ?» only toentcd, Mmrty, Mr*. A. Tannir. and Wt»f* Milfy Thynnu and HIM* Mala h«ri The total collected w»» W/»/ 34- '.. .'?...- ... r '' ;;. '?:?'-']' '. :'??*? .'? '? 1 ' ? ? -??-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

5||U1 Balance HI of Toys j i|| going at 6s^:ijin £ Discount. c|lIins&Cb. The Ymue Drapers, Nambour REMOVAL NOTICE. j OWING to o' r removing to new premises shortly after Xmasi we are offerir ; ihe whole of our Large Stock of Frames and Pkjlurcs at prices very dose to cost. i Now is }|-ur opportunity to get new frames at secondhand prices. f ( A I arge Variety and all Sizes to choose from. ^ 40 pfc. Reduction off Usual Price4 ; . I ? 1 SEE iOIR WINDOWS FOR SOME OF THE BARGAINS. ! IWurray Si:-uclio3 Curifjp Street, Nambour. : ' , 1 * Wi 1 1 Give Your Boy A j Jl \ ! Worthy Memento! \ ?i| :- t; Tht: gruittur tho unn U found for a Gilt the r, i»ro II Hi j I I.h upprouintcfl. Tim xclnotton of a Gift Hhoulri glv- ?Lf ?' ' ?'?- much pleasure, nn the pri-Hcntatlnn glvas. ' Wi \ j WHAT BCTTEn could bo given ll^nn a -= J|J Tennis Racquet Mf j^m'^'^k ^ Cricket Bat 2JIm\- /:ii|!j!!jf||a\ Neat Riding Saddle 1 : :S:: ::; :3^a| -liv' Mm 9(-n»otiiin«, then, which will bo on af/prm; \ :: : S ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

A. Campbell-Wilson, Dental Surgeon. Next Commercial Bank, NAMBOUR. Consultation Hour* — . t __. Ifll 5.30 -._. daily. TMTM— W00MBT1. lit and 3rd Tuesday. OOOROY. l«t and 3rd Tuesday. MIMVNDI. 1st and 8rd Wednesday. ?Phone «. Tictor C. Nash L.D.Q., Surgeon Dentist raiwpour, (Late S. R. P. Wai-wrifht). 1»HONI! M. P.O. BOX 11. S. A. HALL, Surgeon Dentist. Currie Street, Nambour. (?r«r J. -t. Jenee' Boot Store). Hour* 0 cm. to &30 p.m. Vernon E. White, __TH A.I.F. Authorised Surveyor, BUDERIM MOUNTAIN. 'PHONH «. £*mrs Mdertaken anywkere alen j _t Ker_ _-_t. C. J. GUY, AUTHORISED SURVEYOR, JUMCTION ROAD, EAGLE JUNCTION. ?Pfaino ALBION 1462. All iIimn of surrey* undertaken. Q'ld. Co-op. Bacon Co., MURARRI— A. P. MYERS, Agent, NAMBOUR. Q. BBST, Ag»nt, YANDINA. Next Trucking Date:— and thereafter fortnightly. W. H. Paling & Co's Toner and Salesman, NAMBOUR Orders Attended To. Write JA8. CARTER, Commercial Hotel. NAMBOUR. MESSRS. Baldry & Wardlaw * and Co., hereby beg...

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