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

Beerburrum Co-operative Company Limited. Now Going Ahead with the erection of DEHYDRATION PLANTS at Nambonr Factory. Support DEHYDRATION BY TAKING SHARES. APPUCATION FORMS 'CHRONICLE' OFFICE.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Boy Scout Column. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

Boy Scout Column. (By LEAPING PANTHER.) 'Leaping Panther wonld like Ms readers to fully understand that he was not the author of the account ap pearing in this column last week, as owing to his being indisposed he wa3 unable to send In anything (The mistake was made In our office Our frisky 'Devil' must hare felt lite stirring the Scouts up, so he induced our 'slugger' to believe the article had been corrected. Our reader marked all the errors, including the wrnng heading, but he only wasted the ink, the article being published uncorrect ed.— Ed.) 'SCOUTER' SCOUTED. The correspondent makes use of the word 'Scouter,' (which I have already stated in this column is not official), and for his benefit I quote the follow ing extract from 'the Meeting of the Committee of Council held November 1921' and published in 'The Head quarters Gazette' No. 12, volume 15, 'The suggested title of 'Scouter,' in stead of Scout Officer was not approv ed.' 'Leaping Panther' may point out that as he holds ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

Ifree^giftI b n H We have a nice ART | ? CALENDAR for 1923. j= ? You can have one for the £ g asking. Cut out this Ad vt.. g g attach your name and ad- k a dress and we will po& one as S to you £ ? — — . ? K 5 Remember. 'BALTIC' ' a Separators Pay Best S I BALTIC! S Separator Co. Ltd. = 5 a ? 19 Roma St.. Brisbane i 5 S ?ZBSBiasuiBWiwvszsasss LOCAL AGENT: J. Blgalow, Nambour. tfOOLOOLAH Head3.— To let IdeaJ seaside lurniabed 6-roomed cottage; .\1lh me ot boat. Fire chains from Dcean Beach fcnd Mooloolah River, jeautiJul ocean and riter Tlewa, Jtw» be spot for holiday makers, safe lathing and 500-J fishing. C Nje 3udenm MocraUla.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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NEARER LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

NEARER LIME. Our farminsr readers are asked la not-? in to-day's issue an atlvt. by Mr. H. Ambrose, manufacturer of ail kinds of lime. The.-e is no need for us to dilate on the necessity of the use of .lime on farm lands, but would recom mend communicatisc direct to Tam aree, via Gympie. These works were established in is*;?, and bein? so close to our district the freipbt by rail is very u'cht, being only 2/- per ton. There is no necessity to pay railage for 300. miles when you havo it right at your door. Mr. Ambrose has been sup plying the Moreton Mill with lima for years, which should be su^Jcjent re commendation. _

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

NAMBOUR BA11ERY ourrik strut, kam eour. wholemeal bread ' *' ?una. Currant and SuKmm L-avw. PASTRY 8PKCIAL8 DA LV: Jam Tarts. Sausago Rolls, Soon«9. Crtam Puffs. Rainbow and ol ler cake*. SoetaJs and Plonlo Parti** MUred for. BITKEH OP FRESH EGGS. OLIVER ~COLI INS, proprietor.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

Bartholomew &«€ary, SA.7H11.LER3, *c. 4LL SORTS OF BUILDING SIZES In Seasoned Timbers, rough and -lr«m«4. Alto Doora, Sutiae, Moulding*, fruit cases, _.&, Ao. LOWEST PRICES. Ut-dcr* lo&de. on railway tracts Dree of «har^. WOOWBYC. N.C.L.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

r ? -T; 'y\~\ -; 1 Coming iSaljes. THORNTON & Ml4NN, i ? L. :- I ? January 4th— -High Class Dairy Cattl* Sale! in jVards. Nambdur. January 4th — General Clearing Fjuniiure Sale ', orj account of The Bachelors, opposite Dr. Short's, ffaxnbc^r. j '? I ; January 16th— Genuine Clearing Sale of RcncJvnjd PairtfHerd. on die Farm, G. F. Mohammed, Mt- -Ubi. H if' -\ January 18th — C. Bonnell's Celebrateo DairjH Herd Cooroy. :i January 20th — Land Subdivision' Sale. JBowder's; 'Yandina. j |! ? [_. ? \_'x_\ \ \ ?' _ ' ——————— — — — — - . . , 'if ! ' '? I ' 1 I HIGH CLASS FURNITURiSlSALE:: January 4th 192B', af 2 jpiii sfcarp. j MITCHELL STREET, HAMBOUB (oppfrW Dr. |8fjirV^), on account of the Bachelors. I j ' j THORNTON A MANN have received ln?rue)ion| n-oiP'lhe baeheVrs, to sell at the above time and place: — ; j j ? ;| j DINING ROOM: ! ! i j . . ' ...4 - . Splendid Silky Oak Dining Table 7 x *. DiniiiKl l^on* Chairs,. =ilKy Oak, 6 Diners andv2 Carvers, Whatnot stained -rWalnulij sj-...

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 — 29 December 1922

? : ill if ! ii! !! *¥* IT 'W £3 £_! d? 7^R £_! _ff% 7&.Y i $»w I ! M| ;|! fl^ir re §~* r^ § 1^1 Ccw^8* ! i 'O hl__ £__- !__»? 1 1 1M VK-^JPo j ! j ' ii! -i| With this issue I desire to thank you j one aid i all for ybiir valued support during the fast dosing year,1; and hipv by strict |a| tenlion to business, promptness and civility, lo mairiajn the contihu i . | ! ii : ? ance of your much esteemed patronage during the iit,w Year \9%% ill ii WISHING YOU ALL ? j ! .;, jj A BRIGHT. HAPPY AND j j j j ! I i; '! PROSPEROUS NEW iYE^Jfi . . 'if 1 ' — i;ji, 3 : ' i I i UNIVERSAL STqrfEp; j The Leading House of thej Nortji Coasts NAMBOUR and MAPUEOTON. ! [ : ur i! __ ? j,-.,: ? ;;,'?,' ? ] ? Tho 'MOR.ETON' Ready-to-Erject £36 Ij ' IF YOU ARE THINKING! Of BUILDING A H(l)MEj; i ' ; Investigate now the B &5. N|-wsteadl j Ready-to-Erect System, whiclj s_v«? : j you time and money and guarantees a ? j j Home that will stand the test oij years; : : READ *_n_Uo,( -] I THIS : -1'11 ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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THE 1921 CENSUS. INTERESTING RELIGION FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

THE 1921 CENSUS. INTERESTING RELIGION FIGURES. The 'SpecUtor' (Melbourne) pub lishes the following, information based on the 13-1 census 'Religion' figures for ttie State of Queensland: — On April S. 1921. the population of. Queensland was '29.946. beinsc an In crease of i3i.i22 in the last tea years, or 16 76 per cent. The ConsregationaUsts have de creased by -465, the Lutherans by 63-U. and the Unitarians by 32. Them are only 115 Unitarians left in Queenslaad. The Jews number 1003. and Save in rrcassd by 49 per cent. The 'non- Christian' 'nnt inctuilm? Hebrew! number 3264, and these represent Buddhist. Chinese. Confucian. Moil;im taedan. etc. . As in the case of Victoria. She in formation in re 'rleision' cannot be j made quite complete, because of the j numbers who did not satisfaotoriiy answer this question. For example, 37,385 aA accounted for as follows; — j Catholic, undefined .. .. 417H Protestant, undefined . . 9552 Christian, undefined . . . . 325 I Indefinite ? 2753 No re...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

THANKS AND GREETINGS?! j j Ohadwibli [ take pleasure in thanking their '.numerous customers for their patronagfelj during 1922, and extend the very ; he^ftiest of wishes for a : j j j j HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS j NEW YEAR, j ; ! ALL TOYS AT HALF PRt€E : ! ? i . '. AT : ' ? 'i i I '' Ghadwicks gift iipfiip There are still a few very nice and elaboraief Toys left bver from an immense Stock, and these are to be slai gljtered at halt price off the usual rates. Pejhaps there is, some |t!tle friend |of' yours you've missed — then take advantage of it^s momen^o&s offer! I ij I ; [ ? : j,| ; ; Cfl£IClW10ICS j WHERE THE BE8T 0 OODS ARE CHEAPEST, , 4 ? 1 1 ' ? I Agents for SINGER SEWING MACIUNKs, I ; : [ STUDEBAKER LIGHT SIX MOTOIjt CARS.! ? j ? ] I I i 1 I ? ! €urrie Street, jNanihourj. { __ ? : ? MM— Never ft New Year morning j [ - j ; Never Uic old year ends, i j ' I \ '. ' But somebody thinks of somebody : j : I i ; Old days, old times, old friends. j j I - WITH . 1 ? (I | I 1 '. THE ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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HOLIDAY CASUALTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

HOLIDAY CASUALTIES. A3 Is unfortunately always the case there h%ve occurred a number of holi day casualties nf more or less serum* nature They are by no means, how ever, .is numerous ;»s the ridiculous rumours that have been going round, make out. The must serious that actually did happen was lhe sad drowning case in which a little, grandichld of Mr. F. G. Iturlon, of North Arm. n;i:n»'-l Hew it,, lost his life at the age of six. The -ioy and another little Lvl went ahead of their mother to Brown's Creek, where they wen- (n bnthe. but on her arrival the little fellow had by some, means sot in and though he was qulck iy found and removed from the water Itf twas extinct. TThis occurred on ?'unday last, lh*e. day after the boy ar rived (in his fatal visit. Al Mapleton on Friday last Mr. Ed ward Fisher was taking the part of -;anU CUus at a children's gathering. -vtiv-n he taught alight somehow ami 'lipped outside to shed hte burning (stume. This was not accomplished ?muie 11^ mm susiiu...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. At a meeting of the Committee on Wpdnesday. the completion and pay ment fop the clearing contract -was reported, the work bavin? been ?*«!? done by M»«*rs. Tomlinson and Bnioo by. The thr»»-month period of in'?*t- m-«nt of £1000 on fixed deposit hiivine expired, it was resolved to reinvest it f-ir -- tnonths also the sum of £200 more if same be available by tne eaa of the year. Those present wer? Mes srs Whall-?y. Brookes, Balldnn. and Thynne. apologies eomlnr from Mes srs. Wilson and O. Collins. «-5 Mr. Steele beins absent on vacation. The sum of 10/ from the svt*.t aid box ?wa? handed in, and It wa« r^pnrrea that the Oreaniser had hande-! fa » further £7/3/1 colleeteJ. TS11? rotal roH^ted b-- the Utter —a* *?0/9/7, up to IStn December. In recognition of the good wort for Freemasonry rlurin? the last &iiht yeirs as arandma*t«r. of the Th* Tree maMas of N.5.W.. Bro. W. Thompiwa was presented with a ehe-jt« for £1150, subscr&etl by aU l«J?es of the...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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'WARE SHARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

?WARE 8HARK8. From certain experiences of local residents during the last week or two, it is necessary to issue a warning in re gard to bathing in the main Maroochy River. It is safe to say that It u NEVER safe to bathe In the main rivr from the mouth up as far as Bll Bll and a good deal further up, how far we are not prepared to say, but we are Inclined to say at least as far as Coolum Creek. We have In this office a mouth of a 3hark eanent at tne entrance of Eutllo Creek, and It eouM have bitten off a man's head. Reports mention a fourteen footer seen at Bli Bli looking for a Chrfsfnm dinner, but jrettlne fish only, no 'long pis;'. Everywhere alone the coa3t the story that sharks are this year plentiful, mny be heard, and under circumstances It would be well for all hands to keep a good lookout.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TOBOGGANING GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

TOBOGGANING GOOD. At Cooium on Boxing Day, some *p!»n''M fun was enjoyed by tho-i« who indulged in tobozinning down the face of the his-h hill' r»s»:red for the purpose. Three strops tobosnna* I had b^n provided, and wTien w-?!f losded some splend'd sides were en joyed. Each carried tft«e adults. 3nd the heavier they were tT5e better they travelled white with slllfu' steersman 'eadinsr, som*. good distinee* were covered. Several quite exetticx capsizes only added to the fun, nobody being hurt. The downward speed at tained was great, but was a painful contrast to whit was raised goinsr cp pain, with toboggan in tow. Some appredated the Chinaman's deflation of Tobfssnnln? '* 'Swtsh; walk hack two mile'. Old country toboasann «rs -jw no objection to the walk baci. in *nowy weather, but on sueh a sunny -i»T '*» Tuesday !a«t. let other* -5o 11. That other* did it. aeala and aapain. proved thst th?y tbou?tit it vrelt vsor1.1! while. With some control ewrclseJ. this could be developed into...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

To Adam Paradise was home. T*- the good axaoo£ bia dea^end^nU hamt Is Paradise.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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WOOMBYE BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

WOOMBYE BOY SCOUTS. On' Saturday last the troop wais bathing In Paynter Creek, when Scout Jennings got Into dlfflcultie3 but A.S.M. Moorhouse dived In fully clHiicrf urn! extricated him. The aflfi!? was I'ofc- Inff ser'ou3 but far tu- -» S iX.'J rr'imot action. The troop hopes to spend their sum mer camp at Mooloolab, commencing on Saturday 30th December. A full camp Is assured, and If th» weather Is One. a Jolly 1fi- tim- \v! : r»»'ilt We all sincerely hope that Budiirlm wil lat least give »«? & .'-t!-» fii'i.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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The Churches. XMAS AT ST. JOSEPH'S [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

The Churches. XMAS'AT ST. JOSEPHS Special preparations were made this -ear to fittingly celebrate the Christ mas Festival at St. Joseph's. The sanctuary and altar presented a beauti ful appearance, the wall behind the alter being covered by a specially designed draping effect, whic.it cover ed the window and was relieved with borders of goid braid and cold fringe. The altar itself presented a pleasing appearance with decorations of white flnwers. while new brass candlesticks and altar charts added to the effect. Music appropriate to the season was Fiven by the Choir, who rendered Hamma's Mass in honour of the Sacred Heart with good effect and In a very sympathetic manner. Novelto's ar mneement of the 'Adeste Fideles' for solo ami chorus was sung before Mas3. at the offertory the special Christmas Motet 'Letuntur Coell', and after Mas3 the solo and chorus 'O Holy Night', Mrs. Beg. White was organist and Mr. F. Wimmer a capable conductor. Two masses were celebrated at Nambour viz: at ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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QUEENSLAND TIMBERS. FISHING RODS AND CRICKET STUMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

QUEENSLAND TIMBERS. nSHKG RODS AM) CBICKET STUMPS. BRISBANE, Satnrday.— Tlsa Cfwnt^ land Forestry Department has been interesting It3elf In the Question of finding markeU for Its scrub flrnDT?, and particnlarl- for some varieties tJwi hitherto have been little ta-r~n. The Minister for Lands (Mr. J. H. Coyne stated yesterday that recently Liurel ash (Cryptocarpa obovata). xn un known tintter of the trad;, ha.! been found suitable, and was beine: us»d fc»r brush stoclts. Silky beech ?^Vlltircsia Sfoorei) had been found very auiUbte for the same purpose, and 'iT«f for wood tops, pencil cases, and simitar turnery work. With the exception mat It was white Instead of brwsnL thfc» timber bore a stronff resemblance to the European beech, and could b? U3e-! similarly. The uses of silver ash (Flindersia Scottiana) and xtbiZe as'i (Flindersia Bourjotians and pubes cens) had been extended to maJstnjr standard cricket stumps. an_ every satisfaction had been expressed with the timbers, which were...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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THE RATIONAL DRESS QUEST. WEDDING SIMPLICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

THE RATIONAL DRESS QUE8T. WEDDING ?SntPLICITY.' MARYBOROUGH. Friday. — Queens- land ha3 been experiencing some hot weather lately, the thermometer retr isterinsr well over iOOdeer. in the shade and', superfluous clothing has been cast aside. A few days ago a clertryman was in vited to marry a yournr couple. Ar riving at the home of the bride's parents he found the guests en'ovin:.' themselves, without being hampered by coats and waistcoats. He himself was prevailed to 'peel off' as the ni-rht was very hot. When the hour for the ceremony arrived the bridegroom drew tne cleric aside and asked him If It were ab soluteiy necessary to be married in the orthodox wedding apparel. 'No,' replied the clerzvman. 'and. what is more I will do without my coat.' The ceremony was performed with ail due fmpresslveness. but it I« no'. repcrtedNrtiether the bride and brides maids favoured the simplicity in dress. The- oC\ciating clergyman states that he considers the Idea sensible, and contemplates ca...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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MEMORIAL WILLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 December 1922

MEMORIAL WILLOWS. For some time past an wionyrcnw citizen of Nambour has advocated llifl planting of a number of willow tr^ei on the eastern bank of Petrie Crerx. lo commemorate the memory of thoa.T men who enlisted from the Namlifiur District who fell durin- the Oreat Wir. As the land between the eastern 'oajfe of Petrte Creek and the railway br!-I-?-» belonged to the Railway Department the consent was sought and graatp't - for the use of the land Indicated in 'e course a substantial fence vas erected and holes dug, a number of willow cuttings struck, and tiklng ad vantage of the splendid rainfall .ir Friday afternoon last, the young t.re« were planted out early on Saturday morning. The weather since has been favourable to an excellent start. It is hoped ultimately to prcw* name platen and hold an unvoillng cere mony. The public are Invited to 'in- scribe the cost of the name p!'-»»s and the 'Chronicle' office wii! ?b-)ly receive any subscriptions.

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