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

W. H. Paling & Co's Toner and Salesman, NAMBOUR Orders Attended To. Write JAS. CARTER, Commercial Hotel, NAMBOUR. ^. 'There is a tide in tfu affairs if ♦ ♦ mentthicht taken at the flood, * ♦ leads en to fortunt.' * | £5,000 * 4fr H provided by tt« ♦ fOoldenf 1 Casket! ^j. // may ie for you. Who knows T .y ♦ BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW I * ifr Do not fail to participate in n ¥e Drawings which take place about ♦ ♦ every fortnight ♦ ♦ 813 Prizes * | £5,OOOto£5 | J (SubM -o 121% ftdml T«) ^ -X- IW.C01tieVenu5/3e»eh. «d«J « potutm ♦ ?)(? wb«n writini diras u includ« P.MUII Slip . * ♦ Tick.o»re-/lihro-ithuoia * 'J^ Thtrc ir» no pcomottri prafio. J J ProceeHs la aid of Qaeensland Hospitals * 4- Conduewl «nj Dtwm urxkr .ulhoray *r,-* -K- ^. mpCTvoioo of QatmUni Goyonracnl ^. Jt TWr« a no cmbuio on th- dctivcry of m»il m ♦ % lh* Golden Culct Offic. ' .g. ♦ LOCAL AGENTS: * ♦ W. J. B. KENT, * | AND | ^. A. D. RAWLINSON. -X- ♦ THE MANAGER.. * ♦ Golden Cuku Art Union. 7 1^ Exton Houx. Qu«€n Sni...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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UTILISING SAWDUST AND ASHES. ANOTHER AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

UTILISING SAWDUST AND ASHES. ANOTHER AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY. A process which may mean the establishment of another new Aus tralian industry, has been developed Tor the manufacture of various article* such as swe»-t noses, memo fl'.es anil calendar pads, from two waste ma terials — sawdust and ashes. It i.- stated that the process is tbe result of experimental work carried out over a period of 10 years. The two matti ingredients — sawdust and ashes — are .around up and mixed with certain eh«?micl-»s, and the mixture is th»rj rubbed by hand through a sieve. TV.' resulting powder is moulded in presses in which the boxes or other articles ar« completed in shape nr.ri design in a sinclfl operation. A special joint is then us^ri, the first coat being ap plied br hand, and the finishing coat« hy means of air brushes. The finished irtieles are b'cht in weieht. and are stated tn be sanitary, fireproof, an.* waterproof. Shareholders in the Maroochy Coop Swiety ar* reminded of its annual twetine ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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New Settlers' League. FARM LADS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

New Settlers' League. FARM LADS. A good deal of attention has lately been directed towards the question of juvenile immigration, and the scheme as far as Australia is concerned has been subjected to some hostile criti cism. For example Mr. J. W. Muir (Labour) in the House of Commons during a discussion on the question re cently expressed the opinion that the «nmlinir nf hni'n t/» Anutntili^ win fho most damnable ;md deplorable propos al that any Government had ever made. He also complained of the lack of spiritual care received by the lads in Australia. It is a pleasure, by setting out the facts of the situation, to be able to refute such statements. Details of the working of the schSme at the Queens land end are set out hereunder: 1. Applications are received from farmers desiring to engage the lads, such application being made on a spec on engagement, increases offered (a) after first four months, (b) after first year, (c) after second year; nature of work to be done by the lad; a...

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

Mnrrarie Co-operative Bacon Company Limited. pIGS vriU be trucked from YAXDINA and NAMBOUR to the above Com pany on MONDAY, 18th MARCH, 1823. FCTURE DATES WILL BE ADVERTISED. D. J. ENSBEY. Ytodina. S. J. HOBSOK. Ktadwur. HXADomcx 5*^*a*i iftossrr. - ? * OPEN |.3H UJ. pLASMS Ol- v General Ranking: Business In V* PrintipaJ CMm and To»l ? of « »l»ii«I* *??? flh iiM* PD an* Lan4on (Dk Savings Bank* Department «t«Jl Bntnchaa, and «a«-n(9»-*n« A#I«»K»)»» « «1«» Past Of!l«a« UirmtC^ out th* Comnommith of *u«tr»Ci.T»-r «oi(«a af rw»v« ami Naw Ckilna*. tomn* Ulands Prstactorats. a.*-l othar pcta of tl»a£?«««!«. , Si% Intrmst en Dk^Mlts \tit *» «1jaoa 3% Interwt an tm;-4iiM» o^w «t.OBa «» t* «1^OO. Dcputv Oownor; 5 i Orevmjr: ^ JAMES KEU. ^ 3lr CjEWlSQM fWILUER, K.O.M.0.^ fi— ? i '^'^f ' ' ... ' Do you 1^ e inithe home of ASilendPiino? r | 'HERE it stand'iin lone^v gloom dcajt by the wall, J- an expensive ton»bstone pn tl^.e, grav« of vanished joy. You personally|ievec ciuld play ray much, an...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Maroochy P.A.H. & I. Society. FEBRUARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

Maroochy PAH. & L Society, FEBRUARY REETINQ. The ordlnarr monthlr meeting of the Maroochy P. A. H. 4 L Society was held In the office of the secretary (Mr. J. G. SmJtlt) on Wednesday evening Feb. 28). Those present were Messre W. Whalley. president, (In the chair), J. J. Tyrrell, R. W. IL Steele. W W. Mallett, G. P Scott. C Day, A. H. Bush nell, W. Lanham, J. J. Wilkinson, A. A. JITadden, C. W. Robertson, and G. Lowe. Apologies for absence came from Messrs E. B. Fox, C. SI'Fadden, A. nrlmps and R. H. Whallev_ The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed, and the outward correspondence adopted lm« ward correspondence was read and dealt -with. Mr. G. H. Crowther for warded one guinea as a special prize for the young judges' competition, and on motion by Mr. Mallet it was re solved that entries from competitors up to 25 years of age be accepted. Messrs. Griffiths Bros, donated a box of tea as a prize in the Household Sec tion, the prize being allotted specially ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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North Arm. AMBULANCE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

North Arm. AMBULANCE MEETING. At a well-at (ended meeting of Ihc local Ambulance Committee, Mr. W Tiarwen presiding. Hie resignation or the president ami secretary was .ic eopled. Mr. L. Balilry was eletceil ,t president, ami Mr. W. Wnrthin.cton a* secret-try. It was decided to commenc the first-aid elassps on March ii. TENNIS CLUB'S DANCE. A well-fttteniieii socinl and dance in rdd of the funds r^the Yandina Creel: Tennis Chili was lielil in the loeal Slal.-- School on Saturday. Mr. W. Wanlrnp supervlsei! tbe ilaneing, and Misses W. Worthington. R. Wells, and O. Blooio fii'M Kiipplieii the dnnee music.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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AUCTION SALES. TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

AUCTION SALES. TO-MORROW. March 10. — Ponies and Horses at Sun hour, 'by J. 3. Wilkinson. March 10. — Household Furniture, Telco Siding, Buderim Tramway, by Thornton and Murtagh. I FUTURE DATES. March 12. — Cattle Sale at Kure.elpa by Thornton and Murlagh. «March 1C. — Pig Sale at Yandina by i L. B. Hunter. JMarch 17. — Furniture Sale at Mnnt '? ville by W. Tapper, .jifarcb 15. — Illawarra Dairy Herd at j Maplefon by Thornton & Murta-!i jMarch 20. — Maleny Cattle Sate by P. 'I E. Moodie. .jjarcb 24. — BurreH's Subdivision !»y j Thornton & MurtPgh.

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Eumundi. MERRY MAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

Eumundi. MERRY MAKERS. Thj Eumundi Merry Makers an.) :. number of residents motored to Kecil wortii on March 3rd, v;here the Men. Maker? staged 'All Charley's Fault' !» a very appreciative audience. Despite the fact that very heavy rain had fall en and the river had risen, (he hall wa« packed. At the close, or the perform ance it was unanimously declared tb»t it a huge success, and that all had spent Ti very enjoyable evening. Mr. Whiie, owing to the sudden illness of Mr. Rodgers, took the part of 'Pro- fessor' in his absence. On Tuesday March Cth the Merry Makers journeyed to North Arm ami repeated the play there. Owing to the dale of the play being altered, tb' house was not quite what was antici paled. Many thanks are due to Mr and Mrs. Baldry, who very kindly provided a very nice supper for tin arti«ls and wokers. Mr. Sfeissner in eulogistic terms, thanked the Merry Makers, anil hop?.l thai they would visit their distric! on some future occasion. PERSONAL. Tlie many friends of M...

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Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

Market Report. Messrs. Barne? A Co. LM. report a* follows on their sales for week er. line Tue.--day. 6th March, 1923.: Produce: Maize this hne Is evep tionally scrare and prircs have adv .ne ed considerably. The market is -l-n at prices quoted; both Lran and po'anl scarce, sellin? readily; Enelish nnttlnes nit many fonvard good demand; pum pkins short supplies big demaaa: on ions (Queensland) nof many forward j demand generally poor; lucerne chaC j short supplies big demand; onten ??haiT j moderate supplies selling well: whit en hay chafT not much forward ?oo-t demand: lucerne hay scarce seTiog v;e'.'.: mixed chaff moderate supp!ies good demand. Ecis; Ouaranteed special heavy Mip p'ip-! big demand exists for these .m-l the market is firm at prices quot'-d: Farmer's special arriving freely uu.) .--. good demand esists for these; or'in ary are plentiful demand generally ; '.nv Poultry: Fowl supplies have e.-.-ed j somewhat but quite sufficient are nr riving for all requirements. The ...

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Beerwah. STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

Beerwah. STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEES. At a meeting of parents neM In the Coochin Creek State School 0.1 March 3, the following were el-ected as the State School Committee Tor the en suing three years: — Messrs Jonn Siiip son (chairman), J.B. Fenton (seere tary), J. j. Birch (treasurer), E. G. Clarke, J A. Mawhinney. W. J R.id datz. and S. Stevens

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Buderim. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

Buderim, Mr. W. Crosby- presided over » wcll attenilcl meeting of thrf Fruit Grower? anil Ltu-.i! Pn.Hiucer?' Asjc.piation. held in the School of Arts. A discussion, recMrdln' tees resultsd in- a Lire? m jorily beine in favour of rals!a= Jlie fee for the year to £i. v«th 5/ fine for mftnj.pr? failing to m^ke payments he forc thp end of April. EXCURSION?. Tbr =rhot.l »xrur=.ion U» Bri^anP on -?.Trh 3 rarn--i 75 pa.csenser? from Bu'lerim .ind surrnan.iine -li-.trlcts. A bot't 140 PX?u.«!oRl.«ts from the 'Bi* bane to North Co3st excursion train ? visited Buderim on March 4.

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Montville. FRUIT GROWERS' AND PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

Montville. FRUIT fiROWERS' AND PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. Tlie monllily mpeiing of tbe Mont ville Fruit Growers', Producers,' ami Progress Association was well attemi ed, with Mr, G. O. Negus (president) in the chair. It was decided to re commend to the directors of the ?. 0-F.S. Ltd.. that the expenses incur red by the presidents and secret-Hies of Hie Advisory Council In carrying out special duties which their office demanded, anil which were for thf common good, should be borne by llm parent body. The S.Q.F.S. Lbl., wro!' asking for nominations to fill the office of films director for the ensuing 12 months Mr. T. H. Brown was rcnom inate-l for the position. Mr. J. J Thomas reported on tlie question of tJi main roail from Monlville-P.itmwoort* and on the deputation which wait-'! on the Marocby Shire Council After a ?-!neral discussion or. the subject, Mr. Thomas was appointed .i- a ilepu'i'-nn to accompany the deputation from f?:e Marnooiiy ?!iire Council to wait on the Main Roid? Boar...

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NAMBOUR TOWN LIBRARY. MARCH BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

NAMBOUR TOWN LIBRARY. MARCH BOOKS. FICTION:— Burnett Frances Hodgson): Robin. Caine (William) : Mendoza and a Little Lady. Chambers (Robert W. ) : The Flamlns Jewel. Chesterton (G. K.) : The Man Who Knew Too Much. Douglas (0.) : The Setons. Fitzgerald (John D.) : The Ring Valley Harker (L. Allen) : Miss Esperance and Mr. Wychertey Harker (L. Allen): The Really Ro mantic. Age. Hendyryx (James B.) : Snowdrift. Hichens (Robert) : December Love. Hocking (Joseph) : Prodigal Daughters Laing (Janet) : The Honey-ComDers. Locke (William J.) : The Tale of Tri ona. Lyall (David) : The Hidden Riches MTCenna (Stephen) : Soliloquy. Merrick (Leonard) : To Tell the Truth NeM (A.S.): A Dominie Abroad Sabatinl (Rafael) : Captain Blood. Stayton (Frank) : Out of Tune. Wallace (Edgar): The Crimson Circle. Weyman (Stanley J.) : Ovington's Bank I White (Stewart Edward) : On Tiptoe. Williams (Valetine) : The Return of Clubfoot Anonymous: Jack and I In Lotus Land. MISCELLANEOUS WORKS. Official Year Book of ...

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Kidamann Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

Kidamann Creek. A meeting of thnse interested in forming a football (soccer) club, was held in the Kiilamann Hall on 21st. February. A fair attendance of in tending players were present. The office-bearers elected were: President Mr. H. P. Watson; captain Mr. H. Rosser; vice captain Mr. C. Baldwin: delegate Mr A. H. Rv.ins: sMpptlnn committee, in addition to captain and vice captain, Messrs. L. Lietcrett, G. Clark, and B. Llekefett. Amongst the business that came up for consideration was the matter of forming an Associa tion to arrangij fixtures. The sec retary was instructed to write to the clubs that were likely to be interested and obtain their views.

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CABOOLTURE V. NAMBOUR. NARROW WIN FOR THE VISITORS BY SIX GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

CflBOOLTURE V. NAMBOUR. iNARliOW WIN FOR THE VISITORS I ? BY SIX GAMES. i On Thursday last (St. David's Day). h (cans of Caboolture tennis players iflsiteil ^Nambour. The match was con tested Jon Mr. Geo. Greathead's court. Some ;verj' line plav was witnessed, rfbd lh:i result of the match gave Hie Visitor,, a very narrow win, the flnai scores : being Nambour 52 games, Ca lioolture 5S. The individual scores were as follows : — . I Nambour: Caboolture. ^alker and Grcathead v Schulz and | Mewllt ? 9—11 ! v. Hinlon and Moon .. ..5 ? 7 i v. Ganley and Moon ? 2 — G linildon and Randall v. Schulz and .! Mcwitt ? G — 1 .;' v. Hinlon and Moon .... o — o ': v. :Ganley and Moon . . . . C — S Slormonth and Short v. Schulz an-l '? Mrwitt ? G — 1 5 v. Ganley anil Moon .... 0 — 8 ?I v. Hinton and Moon . . . . G — 3

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Advertised Events. TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

Advertised Events. TO-DAY. March 9. — Euchre Party and Dance at Show Pavilion. TO-MORROW. March 10. — Motor Gymkhana at Show Grounds. March 10. — Town Hall Pictures. March 10. — Royal Pictures. FUTURE DATES. March 12. — Payment tor scalps by Dingo Board. March 15. — Social and Dance at Eumundi. March 15. — Lecture on Dehydration in Williams Cafe. March 16. — Grand Ball at Malenr Marcta 16.— Grand Ball in Town Hall. March 17. — St Patrick's Sports in Nambour Show Grounds March 17. — Gympie Race Meeting. March 23. — Kidamann Creek Ambu lance Euchre Tournament. March 24. — Tenders for erection cf dwelling at Nambour. March 24. — Maroochy Co-opera'vs Society's Annual meeting at Yan dina. March 24. — Yandina Race Meeting. April 2. — Sports at Coolum. April 13. — Maroochy District Hospital Annual Meeting In Town Hall. June 4. — Ambulance Sports at Yandina.

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Coolum. ARCHBISHOP DUHIG'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

Coolum. ARCHBISHOP DUHIG'S VISIT. On Saturday morning Archbishop Duhig, driven by Mr. G. H Tnornton and accompanied by Father Wright and Mr. Boyle, made the trip by road from Nambour to Coolum, via Yandina. Heavy rain the previous night did not improve the road, but having a gooe car and good driver, excellent time was made both on the outward and inward journey. Upon arrival at Coolum Mr. W. II. Perry-Keene accompanied the party to the Beach. His Grace much admired the great extent of bathing beaches, stretching northward to Noo sa. Proceeding to the top of the Pt. Perry, the car skirting the cliff edge, a One view of the coast line to the South of the Pt. his Grace picked out a little sandy patch as a safe bathing pool If protected by a couple of chains of nel - ting . He proceeded to this spot on foot and from thence to a site above where a flat-topped ana weit tlmserea ridge overlooked the coast line r,n either side ami likewise the whole --t the Mt. Coolum Beach Estate. His Gra...

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"WHAT WOMEN WILL DO!" [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

'WHAT W0M^«»WhZ DO!b TT~t :i Mrs. WaJe. sel'ljinj clmmuntca'ton with the spirit ot; hn*. -\-h\ son, went to Dr. AWIoluh .VJEnJf! Ul:o«e card styled him a };pi(S(\si|t-it| In real'Sy. h« was Dr. Joe P?.rttii|--ot. of the un derworld and .issoi'ihi^i vlth him were Jim Corling ana ls^f'*irlt Lily Gsbbs. *ln \he guileless; -?r«w vUf, Dr. Jnt« was 'easy inon«y.'{ \\A owe or trie =«- j-ncj-5. the 'fafce'jrtii.rjU!ij ostensibly ??omniunipate*} wiljj kji!|srtrit of younsr Ws«ie. who g*Vc tevftj*- |u's-ase tint be had rtcretlyinihii'ijlHrnre tie wenr t' l-ane..?. an^l ilijii.. »|« \.'f« was n mong Ibopc prtirn?.. f !iej'wifi«' w.is I-IIy. who wss scn)i) -i-t|t*i|;!?(l in Mrs. AV'jiife's healitltiil !i'ni| aW *how«rtd with the lm-e or l!j«j r,|i»r~l- wntl? wnmsn. The lindisi: ;^if hn thi« play | is portrayed bVj'Asait |. SUsson. j .'?Hi .

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IMPULSIVE YOUTH. SAD SEQUEL TO ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

IMPULSIVE YOUTH. SAD SEQUEL TO ROMANCE. The flowered pathways Ilia; lend to tin1 paradise of romance have b«on worn so deeply by buoyant footsleps and Ihe brambled exits have been sod dened so often by the tears of head strong lovers, that the cries of yet an other pair in the wilderness atlr.'-ct little more attention than the hlentinc (if lambs that have gotten themse'.vs into the wrong paddocks (says 'The Age'). Yet a few months ago Victoria was more Hum passingly mteresto-.t ir. Hi (r lieailslrons romance of a liUle 17 year-old bride, who was employed l-y John Sharp and Sons, South Melbourne and who committed perjury and defied her parents in order to marry Rueben Isrcal. the man of her choice, ar.il a cU-rk in the same firm's employ. Rr.e l».4n then about HO. had returned from the war. The marriage was kept se cret from Ihe bride's parents. The df llciating eleriryman was misinformed a« to the bride's age. The ceremony was completed, and bride and bridegroom returned to their r...

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COMING MOVIES. TOWN HALL, THIS SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

COMING MOVIES. TOWM HALL, THI8 SATURDAY. Vic ColUns was a typical rancher and j bated horse thieve* as bad as iny. ! However, he fell in love with 'Miss Hamilton of Kansas City,' a newcomer in theWestern community, and stayed in love with her in spite of pretty strong convictions that she was th^ bead of a 'rustlin' gang' stealing hun dreds of his cattle. He just natural1; couldn't believe the evidence of his eyes, even when she hit him over tne head with a gun butt while he was bat - tling wilh a man be knew to-be a cattle stealer. He depended a lot oa Lafe BrowneH, horse theif catcher from Tesas, to round up the gang, an.l BrowneH told him that Miss Hamilton was implicated. Catching a thief malt ing love to the girl, seeing Her wltn the gang several times, and then facing her and seeing her smile as he marVt ' 'next to l»j shot' by the franc-, wer- some of thf? ways in which his fair was tested.

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