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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

WHY WORRY . . about the hot weather? NAMBOUR CAFE will 3upply you with the Finest Ice Creams. Original Sundae* and Specials, a pleasure to take in Luncheonette* and Meals, New Stock of Confctionery, etc, of the Best Quality. Satisfaction guaranteed or no money wanted. 'Phone 70. T. CATRAKIS. Proprietor. PETERSEN'S -£* FRUIT TREES Make Money for You. Pttanm'* fanout Kurtlty Xurwrr l» iWllmUlM.1 u*~. SuchSZl'ZS'Zi -t*pmjl upon to trow ud produt* «taiaiUa( «rat» at Iu*««mm tnM, Citrus Trees JCnjlt— Y'rtoe 'i/» .^icb. as/- Joan Ct vsriW. «)c-U.r« for 'ton loUttnil onsr.ei/lUf-uerW). Vtrtifhi mail VkUiw .iti'jJiM Ui vlilMt to orlcn Mirrwa In tint luttertlwcicat. Stone Fruit «a» Prac!»«. Pluiu. fjw. ApvUm, Aptt- ( P* eou. .Vw-Wliw, l-tmrt. Uuvs*-~ 1/9 eoo'i. 10/- hnlt-4Mm-, Vi/ *»jen. Uxyiim 0m»««|-, 'J/-J BW-h. Vi-aitamnm. 3/- «Mh. C-MtoM AypUn t£nt*4), i/—. fmdllniin 3/4««eh. Grape Vines Onr itnek mnwrUw w«a-ro«wl bunt. tta.~ ptic» *|. each. 7 fa tStfiim. K1IW- per t-M». * WriM fcv rn»C...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

Collins & Co's- I Ironmongery Specials, ? BEST IINGLl^H ALCMINIUM STEWPAX5. SKTS OF i. 38/-. *^M RK«|ri rKARL ENAMEL SAUCEPANS, 5ET OF 5. 47/8 ] .^M BESrUsGLI^H WHITE AND GOLD DINNER SKIWICK. 32 PIKCBSji .^| .- . i ' ? £4/17/6 AI^O, IN ALL WHITE S3, '*oP|^H SfPEBPlNE ENGLISH WHITE AND COLD TEA SET. 21 PIECES |j|^| ?? H-- -i ? **+?-?? - JWU BE51t 15XOLI-H SfAHQL'IS CUPS AND SACGERS. ONLY tO/- per lU!f-S«(^H MAt|.\;:iNE;BAND CUPS AND SAUCERS. 7/6 Half-dojen. '^1 i ] \ JUST OPCNED — - ^| A, Splendid Rang* or TEA POTS, from 3/8 to 10/8. Hj iy't. STOCK A VULL R.VNGE 0? THE PAM0U3 PTOEX OVBN WARfc H PLl'^^S TASM.V.NIAN PATTERN AXES. 12/6 KACH iH AAfKhiraN HICKORY AXE HANDLES 2/U EACH . S LA}:r.E STOOCKS ANGLO ENXMELWARE. JL'ST OPENED UP AT ? ! BEDROCK PRICES. H ALL LINES rOLD TRUE TO ADVERTISED PARTICULARS. ^.J^^B VVli DO NOT SUBSTITUTE JAPANESE GOODS FOR BRITISH MADE B ? GOODS. ? Collins &C0.1 ! VJ The Value House. Nambour '?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

v I ' ? ? ? I I Ycjuj flatter yourself. 'Sweetie' ! I I H Ip2??^ wI«h « highly educated last* In t«i took upon you N| O !! '*! 4=m9thin? of »» l'««lop«r. Dotft jlmatlB, loi a- S ^ P»™* that you ar8 tndispflnwb^ to » to«l cup of K-'NC W H» , ?U hav, 8 mp!, b,com« a habit born of Ih» llmo wh«n Tw wa. M »-j| b»t ,0 caiefully saiwtod. graded and dried as JC1HC TEA now pUm Ml jJr-c'P '« of *»' ''1 mature leaf »aa aJlowod to find its way Si k\ W?** Mlli THA ExPert* *'» *- »ucc9»Jull/ Crad« tho % 'fl't *!'*:TI ? *'-»**» inal » uniformly, mi'd. full smooth fl,vouf«t P p |»;»l»rf al-j»ays.eharaewriies KING TEA. w»'~ ^ |C j^srurp niihiaf ,hat calla for dbfjlK. or csverlnj U|» lo It. J ? ? i :.-J

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Eumundi. DRAMATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

: Eumundi. 1 ; DRAJL\TIC CLUB. Tho quarterly general meeting of Iho CIiV« |a? held on Friday night iGlti lnsfantl Mr. H. E. HIc]js occnp:ed Me ctuiir. -I It ^-as decided, in view of the suitcefi of the last staging of 'All Chit-ley^ Fault' to put It on at a fu turii iHti- for Ihe benefit of Kenllworlh anijXtFtli Arm, at their respective halls ZHisI Jessie Luke resigned from the pofjitlcsi of secretary, and Mr. C. L. RoiJcrsf was appointed to flU the va canfcy.i picj. members accorded the man ager ?lMr. T. White) and artists their hcierty'; congratulations upon the suc ces-8 of the last play, despite the fact tha fi its,\vas such a wet night. A motion \va; ra«ried thanking Mrs. E. R. Wilkes for h.j' kindness in lending furniture etc . fi 'i use on the stage and also to Mi;s t. Ballinger for her assistance wit 1 i lUsic. Special comment should he «na le upon the buffet supper, which waft n n under the supervision o' Mrs. T. jWl it', Mcsdames A. E. CooK ana J. iv. RufTleld ably-assiste...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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AUSTRALIAN SUGARCANE. FOR PLANTATIONS IN NATAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

AUfttfULIAN 8UOARCANH. FOR PLANTATIONS IN NATAL. Great Cc-unlry though South Africa K it ia Ravaged by pc»ts which at lack both Us animal lifo and its plant Ue mercilessly. Rinderpest, horse hicknesi, tibd ticks have decimated its Uve-stock '.at different perloas. Even tUe plant ijfo |g more a«ver«ly affect *l by (li.-«eae than the plants In other countries} ] . une oi 411c mpst serious 'of tho pjrts that 'attacSj the sugar cane plantations; or N«ital la 'root dlnease.' Itji ravages were |(o great on the plant afons near;Durban that a decSston vras t.-*en to uproot the infected area and hym all pc diseased cines, replacing thotnwtth froHh and healthy cano trom^H Australia. ^| In arriving at that decision the dK^H rectors iworo guided by tho advMW^H of their assistant manager, Mr. B. ft^| Masters, an Australian, who after ga)D--^| Ing his ixperionco aa nn officer of tb«^| Colonial Sugnr Roflnlng in Quflenslamt^B and PijlJ left Australia and settled [tt^M South AJfrlon. ^| Ho nrrlved ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GYMPIE DISTRICT SOUVENIR. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

j GYMPIE DISTRICT SOUVENIR. The Oymplo district souvenir is at hand. Hie result of the work of Hie lO'inl Progress Association. It is Tor fr'Jo flislribulion and anyone wishing onf, ;- postcard to the secretary will Iiayo tin; desired result. jl-.he output of primary products from tliii; (fislrict for the month of January as cohipiled by the Tiympie and Dis trict Progress Association, Is as, ro' lo*s:— Bt'-ter manufactured, 782,- £ HOOIhs. for which .fup tiliors were paid ? Rl.lfiC Tijn!.er. 2,!Ml,22-5 s. ft ? 18.82C Frjiit, Jiananas, pines &c. .. 58,22s Offld, 1S9G ozs. valued at .. 5,203 Pits, UC2 realised .. '. . .. 3,017 Liiif, f Ic ? 175 Amcullura! Produce .. .. 7,847 Tfjff-l vi'luc nf products ap tirosimatcly. ? £104,482

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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DIGGERS BEAT PETRIE CK. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

DIC.(*K'IS «KAT PETRIE CK. A good, Kame was played last Satur day brtiwn. DlKgers A Grade ami Pot ?i«r Ck. R rirmlt-; the former winning --? !- rupjt. The following are the si-ores* i ' Pctrif i:k.i 1st innings: S. Roytr, ;-? j{ntJt b. Nash ? \ X. Boyle ib. Na'Hh ? lt- a. Thoin.1^ b. Walsh ? 7 It. Nichols li .Wlash ? t I. fjuirk Kli.w. b. Wa'sli ? 15 C. Boyli-.'-o. Nash b. Robinson .. 6 0. Kirk ir. Bern' b. .V B. Smith.. 12 P. Nichols c. nncl b. Walsh.. .. 6 H. NU-hi.lH acit out ? 1 .M. Kspin. I'tm out ? U \V. Go(liliMi:h b. Walsh ...... 3 II. Low'j; aipd. Sweetman b. Walsh 0 Byes|. ? II Tojnr ? 87 Bowllife; V. Nash 3 for 22; W. Walsh ?- for 2fj:Av. Hublnson 1 for IB; A. B. Smith I' for 7. Diggers;. 1st Innings: V. Nash not out ? 52 P. Berry b. Quirk ? 0 W. RnbiiiHon b. Quirk ? 6 Floyd h.i fjuirk ? 0 L. Crarnb b. 8. |Bnylo ? 1 R. Llnd.i«y: b. S. Boyle ? 0 M. Swetitman oJ C. Boyle b. S. Boyla ? i0 \. B. Smith b. B. Boyld ? \ K. Wells r. anil b. S. Boyle .... 3 VV. Walsh e. and b. Qui...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

(UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE. K notice which arrived In our office afu?r our last Issue had been published, ca Is attention to the fact whim ws m-n!inncd however a fortnight ago if nn earlier, that 'The Unemployed \V irkei'R1 Insurance Act of 1922' co n'-s into operation as from yesterday H» .inii-iTr»i-nT»e iWH tin wnli In l*pfpr in tlv notice, and act upon it, otherwise Hi y kill flnrt the government making ni' ney out of them another way as wut — inrt :- 'line*1 way. wVliile on the subject it Is Interesting to'no'e that the 'Paradise for Loafers' is }-it , months off yet. as no-nne can cli'im .Tintil bo has paid his 3d. weekly to$ fij: months. The Act. will just a |n:.'it jx1 in its stride when the next pt»H- iclecllon is due. (Our 'devil' asts wiion does the bloke strike Para diijc ^li''«t is out of work now and don't gel ,i.ii'h for months. We are unable to:»rr-!y until we look throucii tlie Acjtj'-i'l we shall be surprised if such a jitidisilly paternal administration Has ovtfj'iok...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Cricket. ROSEMOUNT B. BEATS NAMBOU[?]A. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

Cricket. f ROSEMOUNT B. BEATS NAMBOUR- A. The cricket match last saturdViy le twecn Nambour (A Grade) and Ude mount (B Grade) was a win for Jhe Kosemount team by 23 runs on 512 1st innings. The scores were: 2 Rosemount 1st innings. J Arthur Perren b.'W. Perren .... J 5 Tom Perren c. J. Perren b. W. % Perren ? JO Elly Perren b. V. Gaylard .. .. ?J7 Allan Perren c. W. Perren b. Me- i Fadden . . ? ? . . . *? 0 Dave Perren b. W. Perren .. ..SO B. Bycroft, c. and b. V. Gnylard #l« S. Whittaker b. W. Milliner . . . . « 0 H. Perren b. W. Milliner ? j 2 A. Snooks not out ? |f3 ri. Woodlands b. Gaylard ? 51 -.. Perren b. Gaylard ? * 0 Sundries ? h 0 Total . . ? 3»5 Wickets fell at: 0, 9, 10, 13, 68, $7, 78, 84. 95, 95. ? Nambour, 1st innings. 4 C. Plater c. L. Perren b. Tom Per- J ren ? * 7 W. Perrea c. W. Perren b. Tom 5 Perren ? 53 A. Slade run out ? * u V. Gaylanl b. Arthur Perren . . S'9 B. MeFadden b. Allan Perren. ... f 0 W. Milliner rut out ? Si J. Perren c. S. Whittaker b. Allan I Pe...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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FORMER RESIDENT NOW IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

FORMER RE8IDEHT ».J I - ? i;f j NOW IN CANADA. $M A. T. Nichols, an old time resid or.tM Rli Bli, is now located on the Pliijin Hiver. flowing into Koolenay lAm} :'boul 20 miles from Nelson, B. r.'jI&rfiMn. He sends along a copy of the 'SffliJct: Daily News' of Jan. 1923. iif-lcfs: beef 2 to 25 cents per lb., sifli ?-virp 25 cents; dairy butter 45 cents rk£',r,n and 65 cents per dozen; tur k+J* V'-'r Hi. 'ir- cents; fowls dressed 25 c.»: b: apples per' box 2 dollars; po t:ff '?' * Per sack 2 dollars. ; I ring 1922 there were shipped fit' i- 'ii; Koolp.nay district, a value of r,(s .; ,00 .lollars in fniit, consisting' of nf i1 ^, pears, plums and prunes, crab a' i ''', peaclies, cherries, strawberries rfck 'Tries and other small fuits. ji jousts advertised to rent: 5 rooms f.jijj j-aih IC dollars a. month: another ii\.i accommodation 18 dollars; seven rjlijiffs ami- huth,- furnacR Jreated. 2'- i! j Iiirs a month, three roomy partly }tj ij^'iei* 10 dollars a month. CottaRc f ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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NAMBOUR RURAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

NAMBOUR RURAL SCHOOI..J Demonstration: With a view or*ia' ctinp the number of ways In \vt*;h pineapples may be used In cooklijr. a demonstration will be held in the?Do mestic Science rooms of tho rtini! School on Tuesday atfernoon, I3lh March at 2 p.m. Miss Holt will ?*-ui- tluct the demonstration, and all* in terested are cordially invited mta* tend. * Meeting of Parents: A meelins ot pare'nts, for the purpose of eb-jginp a school committee for the enseins three years will he hetd In the Scinol at 7.30 p.m. on Tuesday evening :J-;xt March Cth. Parents have already aj-cn notified by letter from the heart tf;|«n«r but are again reminded that umfcrSthe Amended Regulation a minimum lijim lier of 20 parents must attend bfijorc the election can take place. ~ j Pig Raising Competition: The njni her of entries in this competition iijin creasing steadily. Since last ism.! it has been ascertained that ??'part l?om the gold methiU offered as prize-* J ho Department of Public Instruction Mil c...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
UNEXPECTED HELP. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

UNEXPECTED HELP. Mexico (though supposed to be a hopelessly wicked country) has an nounced that it will establish a 50 mile wide dry zone on the Mexican side of the border of the United States, in an effort to aid the American Government to enforce, prohibition and prevent li quor smuggling.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THROUGH THE UNITED STATES QUEENSLAND SHOWMAN'S IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

THROUGH THE. UNITED STATES QUEEXStAND SHOWMAN^ Dt PRES5I0NS. Mr. Duncan -*even. who many years' ago was a member of the literary staff of the 'Rockhampton Bulletin' but who has since been associated with many theatrical enterprises, ac-3 has visited China, Japan, the Philip pine Islands, the United States, ani Canada, writing from Paris a couple of months agoto a friend hi Rockhamp tnn ots* ? 'Tt 4a Invil nvvr tnn ?soar* - since I left Australia for presumably a six months' tour of the East (China, : Japan, etc.} but here I am now in i Paris, France, with a tour of Ujo j globe in front of me. all things going well. 'I had a wonderful twelve months in the Orient and saw more or ttte alluring East than most people Vho have lived there nearly all their lives, for I travelled all the coast of CWna and went inland over 3000 miles while there was little of Japan left when I had finished there. 'How did I go to America? I bad helped a man out of some trouble with j the Japanese in Kyushu, ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

B-h—4- ? ? — — 4-— | Bll i i li ii inn ml ; ?Mdo uf actu rer % I i : i -I ^ftk ? Having! purchased a complete flange of n leading Mlanuf»»:turfer's ^^^^Samples for CJU-h, we are putting them on sale at prlcos .aied Jon ^H : Manufacturer'* cost — thut passing on to our customers ther benefit ^H wo dwtr 44 from making thin huge purchase for Cash. - ^H Th« Unti Include: - '? ? ^M LADIES' HOSE, CHILDREN'S ' HOSE' AND SOCKS k ' ^M BOY'S QOLF HOSE, QENT'15 SOX, LADIES & CHILDREN'S U' ^M VESTS, QENTS AND BOY'S U' SHIRTS, } '?',? ^M LAtilES' AriD CHILDREN'S UNDER CLOTHING, FROCK?*, j ^M SHAWLS, PYJAMAS, SHIRTS, BOY'S AND MEN'S SHIRTS, ^M. COA?S, BOY'S KNICKERS, «tc, and a very fine atsortfnent at ^M HAPURY. 1 H^ WE. HAVE ARRANGED SPECIAL TABLES OP THESE LlKfiSilsO V JDONT FAIli TO SEE THEM, AND JIEMEMBEH, THERE ARK SS'Q-TWO ? , V ; ALIKE. ? ! ; '. ? HARDWARE SECTION* M TiYZACK'S REAP HOOKS $: :: ? 2/6 ;Each only 2/6 Badh ^B — .; - Either thb 'Horseman' or 'Elephant' Brand No. 4, and...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

^?'ttioiomew & Cary, ^^B SORTS OP BUILDING SIZRS ^^Hsetsontd ! Timbers, rough ^^Ho Ooort, 8uhM, Mouidlnc*, ^^B LOWEST PRICES. i ^^^E* loaded on railway trucks free ^^H . cfjChargf. ^^H t&OOMQYE. N.C.L. NAMBOUEBAKEEY i cuitxic rnwrr, majmour. |; wholemeaTbrzad ? Bum, Cumnt and Sultan* Lm*m- . ; ; PASTRY SPECIALS DAILY: j Jam Tarts. Sausage Rolls. Scone* : Cream Puff*. Rainbow Mid other caka* Sod*:* and Plcnlo f»«rU*» oattiwO j for. [ A. D. OILCAN, i (Lite OLIVER C0LUN3) ' PROPRIETOR.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

Purchase j Your Groceries ? at ;j InfTHEKLfelGHS' UMTED { i * , i I I ? AND SAVE MONEY! i i li i ? r WHS* WH SAY Tins. VVE MEAN IT. IT IS NOT MERE BOAST, W3 ' ; BACK IT IIP WITH Tire. GO 90S. We Cjily stack the, ileaijof Brandt, on account of tn* oonttant ! turnover, 4ur o/jods are|*i'»ai» freah. : We o'?ioyoM a *er»|c«r that's second to none— prompt, oourUou* and efflelenL \ \ OUR [MOTTO: TO ROSsfesS OUR CLIENT'S CONFIDENCE, AND TO ; j ! ^DESERVE IT. I ' I ? ' .: 1 1 ESTABLISHED 1894. TyUcjighs Limited, Ilkiitdrsal Stores, j 'Che^psi3e,'Xianiisborough, Woombye, and \. ! Maleny. ' _Ljuli ? ; The iNambfturjand District Souvenir t BOOKLET OF VIEWS \ \ IS NOW READY. C0NTa(n1N'; -36 VIEWS JREPRESENTING THE WHOLB DISTRICT. ,j { j SEND ONE TO YOUR FRIENDS. ' Prlo 2/ !,:?» newwgonts. PubHahed by tha Murray Studio*. | OUR SALE -&F FRiVMES STILL CONTINUES. | ! ENLAR03M£NT FRAMES FROM 8/8 EACH. I ; { POST CVRD FRAMES FROM 1/3 EACH. j j PAN15L *'R/\MES FROM 3/6 EACH. ??'] «-' l- : ! — ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

DINE IN TOWN ? And DINE at Hero's a Cafe — most Inviting — Service first class — Salubrious sur roundings — Menu of quality and Inexpensive — In fact delightful In all its superlative features. It ^specialises and wins popular favour In Its CELEBRATED HOT DINNERS. COME IN AND DINE— THOU AND THINE! 'Just the Juicy' Fruit. Nobby Confectionery. 'Phono 71. E. WELLS, Proprietor. CURRfE STREET, NAMBOUR. Opposite the Only B rick Building-. HUTTON'S SPECIAL FERTILISER Produces VIGOROUS, STURDY, EARLY-MATURING CROPS. PHOSPHORIC ACID, NITROGEN arj'I POTASH are removed from the soil by growing crops. It is necessary to put those elements back again in a form which can be readily dissolved by the soil. HUTTON'S SPECIAL FERTILISER returns Phosphoric Acid, Nitro gen and Potash In a form which quietly transforms tha soil, giving it tha rich elements necessary to vigorous, sturdy and early maturing crops. ADDRESS YOUR ENQUIRIES TO ? /. C. HUTTON PTY. LTD., ROMA STREET, BRISBANE. #Yes Sir, we can Fi...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

General Ba-nking: Business i to »? Principal Cm*sajMiTa«n» V Australia. Raw &'!!-?? fit) and L*nrfon (J-, j Savings B&nk Department i «t an Bntnchw, and Sawlnni S«-ik Ag»'Ci— *t )in fttt 0-l*c«t tHrough j out th* CofflmoiwHltft of Australia, ^irrttoria* ,j Fapus And !tyw -l»fn»a. ?olaown ! IiUtkJj Prolecior«t». and athmr partuif th* Pacific ! ; ! 3 J'i Intarast on D»pt-|ita uo t» aU/XM. ? . 3% Intamat an Amounts o*w S1.000 up t«attJKn. | Dvoutv Co*«rnor: * '-sir#rT»A#: JAMES KELL. fir OENjSOM MIULCR, K.O.I«.&^ ^^Miniri'ii' riMiTiirjj«M^-^»''ff^-pr''WM'1'P'*M'B'1.'i''TnimiT'' — ufur*' s- ? - ; ? : i ? '— — ^~ ^__ J_ .i !.'?!?', JFfcf 'wottlff a Blay^r-Miano | /k Toz^r Ho?|e j?zdt« fo Ton ? j n^O MANY women it lias brought ;( X a new meanirfe of tlie word music.' i: Where previously^r. was ;possiblc to intei- . lectually enjoy a |nasteMy composition ; played by somconfe else, the abpefy I to the ; heart only came w|ch a ptooqal rendition. i The Beale Player-Pia...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

Nnnc Adams' Private Hospital, Mtuo tu, Hunbour. Vhone 45. ?! KURSS (Mn.). ADAMS, A.TJN.A. CerUOoate* of Loo i-.n Obstetrical Society, Ctapuam Maternity H-*piUl; and Central lOdwives' Board. London. None (Mrs.) Beaosang Ocrtlflcatrt Hitfwlf*. hu asanired the Residence of Mr. 1. D. MurUgn, BUcfcall Terrace. NAMBOUR, as a Hospital, and will continue to receive patients ea previously. 'DaTenport' Private Hospital, KCNILWORTH ROAD, EUHUffDI. ?Phone No. 21. NURSE POLE-HORE Hospital Tralaed Nurse. StoVs Registered. ~ ALFRED CROFTS, M.P.S., ahtrtnacmrthwi ctMmlfl Slut Photoonphto Depot, nUHBOUR. All pbotognsblo Goods at llct prioes for cash. F. WIMMER, Soft Drink and Cordial Maanfactnrer. Uaker of all Mimi of Soft Drinti and Cordials. THH TBADE SUPPLIED. Winner 1st prize for Cordials national Show, 1822. MILL STREET, NAMBOUR. H. A. DONALD, Coachimlder, Wheelwright, General Blacksmith. t . . . ~_ l- iiiiai Shoeing. * ~ Repairs. Painting. Moderate Prioes. ' A Trial Solicited. Any class of veh...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EN[?] [?]TED. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

FN£--:i:. CMifTEO. f M.;-.u--'.:. .-:.!?: r»::-fj;.-ers v\(| h lr^?:'^t.'i: ; u .-irn .Ji.-.t '♦in; :-i»w;-^ - :ine which '. ' . :-,:::?, i,...,,'.- #r. ,:. B'.'.ad.ib?rs In tirtve the ss,i'a-;-'.r:{ts!i»-e b''jcht at th* sain? tmv, ivjsij«uf on Qu.irry Hill (m Friday last, hi :s a feather in Mr. Morton's rap tii9|t lio is r-rspnnsibte f^r this enc'ne s;et'ii- a rr.ovi' on. It he has accomj»'ish*-'l|.vh.ii ^e ?!:ire c-'»uncil has ben iia.i!?!e «' d--. his prospects with the BeernnmiJ* d-. .-.re good. The engine has t-e?n ulret; by him. and is now- in position tjifU? r!y '.he cecessary pow»T t.i the 5-itnt r.-i%v being installed at theplehydeSory. V' » stone crusher however Will I;,-.? all over the paddock on ?he hi'ilitne pir-s in pineapples are n.'t nKniScus enoush to provide ii with ?pay.rti'iift.-m- ?!o-T.iont. - I-

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