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How Lime Benefits the Soil. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

How Lime Benefits the Soil. 1 Then* are few more useful addition? io soil tlian unslaked lime., especial!; in ihc cast! of soil that has been im Oer pasture for a long period. At tiir present time lime is bcins used --x- t.msively, but I 11ml that few gnnl'H '-j-s have any trim roneeption as to Vhat its action really is, or as to what i.'_ Ihn nnrnrmp fhni i* tnpl hv .nrlilfmr Itne to the soil. Seme garilcner.s srom I*, think that any lime will answer Hie purpose — whatever (hat purpose is — aiid that the method of application i? of n-.t importance. Uolii Mea* are wrong. .Burning the limestone robs il of its rjirbon and part of its oxygon, tlms producing calcium oxide, which con suls of an equal number of molecules 05; calcium and oxygen. It is this Iim»- or 'quicklime,' as It is called, which Performs such a useful function when .Hjiletl to soil. Tin- lime is 'quick' as loi'lg as il is out of contact with mois ture, iinil as it ;» particularly svisccpt ib:c to moisture contained in...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mapleton. SCHOOL COMMITTEE ELECTED [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

Mapleton. SCHOOL COMMITTEE ELECTED A well att-=n(l»d m»etrajr or narrats of children attending' the Mapl«ton Ststp School was held in the school rncm on Monday th? 5th inst, for the pnrnosr? of n-imin*-ting a seaoo! com- I mitte*'. Shortly after S o'clock the j full number of parents, specifled br the r^sii^tinns of the Department, had as sembled, and the head teacher (Mr. F. E. Watt) explained the object of tlie meeting, and called for nominations for .i chairman to carry out the business. Mr. D. P. Story was voted to the chair, and the faUowios ceatlsinen were nom - laited is » ecc2*njtte» tn the nvsizg i three years: — Mr. D. F. Story (chair man), Mr. F. E. Shepherd (secretary), Mr. E. J. Bowman (treasurer), Messrs. A Neville, S H1U, Win. Senescall. and F. Bruhn. Subject to the approval or the Minister these gentlemen will con stitute the new committee. NEW SCHOOL ROOM. Th' work of erecting the new school building is proceeding- apace, and ere long the present crowded 9tate of th...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
S.Q.F.S. SOUTHERN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

S.Q.F.8. SOUTHERN JLVRKETS. The Southern Queensland Fruit growers' Society Ltd- has received the fololwinc report from its Melbourne representative, under date 2nd Instant : Bananas: Good quality tor with choice to 23/. small and medium from s/ to 14/. The prices are good Tor -'und irreen fruit of averace frtiality in the respect:ve trades. A fair per contace arrivpd this week In eoloun-rt condition and a few brands were in bad condition. Pineapples: Sales generally 12/ to 13/. Further advic» by unrent wire to 'iay statf-d that the prices on the Mel bourne Market are .is follow*: ? 'B.ir;- --ms vprv firm pines steadv to--tay an ticipate fall later in week.'

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

BOY SCOUTS. Th» froop ha« recently received a m»ssaee of consntulatinn upon Its ;--- client projrress made since its Incen t'nn frnm hia Excellency Lonl ForstT CGfwcrnor-General of Australia} w:io u also the rhief Scnut of the Common wealth. The messaore was accompan ied by a sicmed ohotoeraph of his Ex cellency. The Troop feel greatly hon oured, ani wilt no doubt try to war rant his appreciation. Tho troop is holdine a w-vls-eml when they will entertain the Commis sioner for Scouts Mr. I. R. Alexander. A very strong 'Wolf Cub Pack' has been formed here, with twelve boys, it present, six of whom are now fully blown cubs under Senior Frank Wil son and Second T. Dunn. Tup oth-'r leaders are not yet selected, but there N 'omt; keen competition for the hon ours.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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GREEKS WANT TO EMIGRATE TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

GREEKS WANT TO EM 1Q RATE TO AUSTRALIA. Mr. Freeleacus. Consul-Generat for Greece in Queensland, who Is peturnina: in Rr'sbanc after nn absence of two years, expressed the opinion at Mel bourne on Tuesday that Australia is Hi' finest country in the world. Mr. Freele.ipis served In the GrecoTurk ish war in 1921. when the Greeits were victorious. The Turks, h-» sni.I weri flown and out. hut France went to their assistance .with the result that the Greeks were driven out of Asia Minor. It was most unfortunate that, after Greece had rought side by side wllh France in the Great War. the latter, owin? to diplomatic Jealousies, should have supported the Turks, while th? Greeks could not obtain financial as sistance anywhere. In March, said Mr. Freele.igus. a loan was raised In Oreecp. and the people were asked ti- give hair their wealth. This wa* most unsrudginifly complied with. In May Mr. Freeleagus rtellverfff lec tures at Athens and Smyrna on thr wonderful prn-rrp»s nf Australia. He sa...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NAMBO[?] RURAL SCHOOL. [?]STRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

MAMBOWV SRUftAL SCHOOL, j ! I»!i: i'Jf'STRATION. j: A d€n);)t|5l stij-n on the use^.'f Uv. Pii'.(afpl(( ^11 !'( li'.ld in the O ifeiesUo Scirnci; rhem: .oi the school, on;'JTiie?-f day .sfti'Wfc'fn |i'!)ct, -rarch Sf3, a?1 '? Pn. ) *- j 5 !: j *; i invifaUtJs y-re being issij'jlj, bvV ail !rl-Tcjii«il|-ir| Hvltcd to |itnnd. A nominal civ|'»:ij of Cd. per hea-' wjll| via madi! to )'-j'r4' expenses. -fes G. ; HOI will -|on2i|:i the dcnuonstri.tr^n. ; 1 f: ( Si \

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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[?] SHOW SOCIETY. GOVERNOR TO OPEN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

»fl^B«|iHy BHOW 6OCH?iTY. i; (UI^Ell?|in;TO OPEN SH|bW. -i .Wv'ir : '; vfes rei^lved in Hi6 eart-- ? -rt 'if i(!ji' %:i\A iiy the. secr-?r;ar-' 1f I he S1h*V S^'.iijty (Mr. .1. G.-iSmilW that hls| K.ve.«tii-ey the Govcrrijtr (Sfr Matihirvi ;-'.' ));{!i) has signified Iilj !n;- ::':.3iJ i«?! i,ii'(ng present :jyn Ih-J r-«». -ninsr Way! !v1*Uib Show. ? I ;? ? i ' ? ;?

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SALE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

SALk^PORT. ! ? ; ??'.' a— 'j- .j Mr. .1. -;. \Vi|!;|)s-fn, auelinneer, fi;\m hour, report ji;(ifn'*o\ving sale, of Jiro pcrty: — i-0 yrti\ rif'1P 'arm Maro^lchy River, on aricduil of Mr. A. DennSt to Mr. A. J.-LjellS IlOJ acres, cane tnrni Maroochy rHivr» Jn account of F. Walsh to Jir. I* l5. Freeman, Bfau doserl; 100 jiciv-.iiunj'mproved propiyly. Mcills to Mr' ]V. VtcjiUl of Yandin^i G acres Pape KsTa. [?, 'Jn account of tf-tr. A. Boyes to -Iv. ( I A{ Hitnrickss; G acre.s Pago Eslale.itO * [r. #.V. Polls; 0 aiiVns Pago Kstalel ub\ r,il mini of Mr.j;'O. Brumby Io Miv ^j 'rlnilinson; 3 allot ments. M.-cpjiH').1) -|n account -j1s? O'Connor. t\v!- iil!v;n)^nls. Ward Est-le. Palmwnnds, |r.:.M^. ?{. Bulner. j, Mr. Wiikinsiin^'rfi reports Iiav?hp sold to Mr. \V;.(jiU| of Brisbnne, j'0 bullocks on iicrufntiof Mr. J. Le(*ie. Bli Bli. anil til .'.?if.l-i4ks on acc-ounlvof Mr. A. A. JVlVi'* Saroochy Rivet. Tills is 11m if rpes-j ujih that has bilrn removed frol l .ih* district for sopie limi...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STILL THEY COME! [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

STII.t^ T^EY COME! ;{ Remarliii rirfpcc|nmonly heard iin the ; increase la '\}xA riCmhcr of moto|j cars and lorried o* ill {(lakes and modi-Is in Nambour ???id urtughout the distinct. Messrs. E.hVi|b'|nd W. Milllncri'have become ci\\jn«iv»--f liew Studebakeficars and these iwrejlaijdcd last week.j! llr. Chadwick 'fepoiis jhat both cars:wer5 jiiloted thiiotigl3 one on Friday dndcr a severe ujst, . f-f rr- J! four Inches of. rain having falfefl, -|c* the road, yctj t!ie 'bus' befKWM '|ril|ndidly. Mr. EJ?As pland was in -l!B g\ of one car, an« Mr. Chadwick thl |'.lij;r. The jotivney through Tri;»j, )|'i.-'j|'nne occupie-5 op proximnf(lyi (Ifrojho^rs. I-

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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AN I. M. [?] TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

AN I. M \Sj t 1ST. The secrctar--; |f jth- r.M.S. Herd Book, lias jusl ijr^ijjed the. result of the 273 test for |:''l|ltt: 3rd of Bal moral,' me propl'rtyjif Jfr. Jas. Com ben, Kaimktllenbnif. S«h.| produced 9. 435} llis. mill:, -p-lf\v.i^ three years of age at the bi-s-n-:fnfv of her test. This result, e(m^lderfafi;-tlie very dvy weather experienced |'jr.!ig the period of test, is very KH|l*ac3)ry. and Mr. Comhen is to be jc-sngn«titlated on his arhlevernent. ? i \ ?

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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QUEENSLAND COW'S BIG YIELD. 634LB. BUTTER IN 9 MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

QUEENSLANPiCrfWH BIG YIELD. C34I.B. BtT)'EII*lX :? MONTHS. : The srrretarji tjflth- Jnrsey Cattlci' Society of Qner;ils!:i!|l j Hises that ih-i 'Creole of BronkilJdK ?:?' (225G), lt-3 property of Jfesss. .§. E nfileld & SotisJ Patmwoods, haij )i-\\v Ud the 2'n'| days' lest. Sin- j'J^diil ft.'OSJ lbs. milk; aiid GS4.5C His.-oniifiiv cial butter in the period, andi v.a-. .\ years of ajrcj at the begining d/iii'I U 4.' 'Creele ofi Brook Lodpe' islbf' *JM» nroata' (720! t ex 'Talgai Crcelr'S (|&f )- . 1

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

LOCAL RAINFALL. January and February tied In the number of dny.i on which rain fell, the figures being ten for each; th» totals for these months differed by £ points in favour of th-- first named monlh. the records showing 599 points for January and 591 for February. The days on whl.ih falls were r«»jrisl!«r-'(l, and Iheir total are as follows:' 2nd VS. 3rd 162. /ith 72. 5th 42, 9th 15, inth J3fi. llth 104 12th 25. 13th 13. 14th 2. For the second and third il.iy of thf present month. 45 and 198 pU. were registered respectively.

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

yePaMerMan' do it Unless your hems is paLncd to vndiztzr.d the Winter wearher, decay zzid rat v.Li :ake a firm hold or. iu and Spring will find it Ikk valuibb. L-cKY= P.-ir.-rr Man' p-Ttscrve yoxir home— you ?*iH find him on every can of Machin: Hide Psinx He sJcnrfie* quality and your hc.r.s'i besz protec tion. R.M.IvI.P. prevents deny i-.-d drlts with a hard, weain^.--proof sur face of 2r:ar durability. Obtainable from: R. S. Exton & Co., Ltd., ? QUEENSLAND i DISTRIBUTORS. M Nambour eafe. I ;. ? You MI get the BEST SATISFACTION ? jand-^ ITHE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY— in I IViLAli, LUNCHEONS, ICE CREAMS, and : J I ! REFRESHMENTS of all kinds. S f { ; ? : t 8 Owisg to a big demand we wiil supply FRIED FISH as well. ? j !?hon-:?70. j j | ^ \ T.i CATRAKIS ? Proprietor. j \ _f— ..u.;— ? u ? ! j 1 SfrlART EASTER SUITING^. J | j ? I ? , ; . 2 \ |)ONT DISAPPOINT YOURSELF. I I J&- 'wu* !t '» Um» *? Ol*l'w' *?-?* iult *ou i I i I y^Lrff^-\ m*d° up youp mlnd t0 ^*v* at KASTIR ! 1 ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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A VISITOR FROM SPACE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 9 March 1923

A VI8ITOR FROM SPACE. A tremendous meteorite has fallen at Quetta, India, its total volume bein? | 500 cubic feet. The meteorite hit some stack? of baled straw, penetrat ine 23 tightly packed layers at an ansl(- of 55 degrees. Its arrival was fiserr-jd in broad davlieht. The head Dortlon is composed of a. s!ate-?rey Igneous ro^t heavy, and marked with spots and vetas of turguoise blue. Then came a quan tity of jet black highly glazed sla? resembling gray coke. Curiously there 3 re no traces of pure iron which I* i common featue of the meteroite. The track of the meteorite appeared as a broad straight ribbon of light, and Its progress terminated with a deafenlnz thunderclap.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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METHODIST CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

METHODIST CONFERENCE. The annual sittings of the Melh.v?l-«1 Conference termlnatel lnst \ve*fc. Tin* R'v. A. timlnger Smith was elotco . president. It will tie Intert'.stins I i note Ihe present appointments of form ? cr ministers of this circuit dating bac'S some fifteen years, as follow*: — rtevjj W. II . Shenton (North Pine), W. St B.ilh, B.A. (Valley, Brisbane?: C. T.l Pnfothorpo (Laidiey) ; W. T.. S!M-t? (Balmoral): W. II. Sanders (Buml'mS !-a). Rev. F. A. Malcolm H stili |.|! superintend 'he Nambour rlrcu'I. ;» n ? f is also secretary Young peoples' Ii*p;. Landsbnrotigh, which Is In Hi-; Brisbane (iistrlct, is to receive H-r\ t K; E. 1-c Hit; and Maleny,. Homo J1:sm}.-i-' ary. Ilcv. T. N'ock remains nt i.t i b-ioUi're. In the Wide Bay an«t Kirn-' ett district, la whi?h also the J.\irnl--.r,'- Hr-'iiiJ is includfiil, R»v. R. -Jrnv»'i:i! frnierly»in charsi; (if Noos.i Ontit.; go.-. l-- Piilhi. ami a rnlnist.-' l« t-»« 1. siijiplle'.l for Noosa with hf.i-liiuiirl|-rs .it 'ooroy. ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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INTERSTATE FRUIT SPECIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

INTERSTATE FRUIT 8PECIALS. i Fruit trains run by the Southern % Queensland Frultgrowes' Society Lid. * cleared Wallangarra on Thursday, I-'ri-S day, and Saturday for week endinir iO'.h | March, carried 5132 tons, of whwm j 372} tons were Tor Melbourne, and 1 i i f. were for Sydney. The fruit was p.u;i-- ! ed in 12,737 cases of which D.IM: cases were bananas anil 3,r»i'J cu3-'i ? pines. : : Melbourne took 7.532 cases btinams. - and 1,618 cases pines; and Syl.n-y j 1,636 case* bananas -ami 1.031 ca.«s | pines. : ; District loadings by tonnage were : — ! Dayborough, Line to Melbourne il'; tons; North Coast Line to Symjuy 7:? tons, and to Melbourne 220J t'»r.»; . TweetJ Head3 to Sydney G7J tons. ur.-*- to Melbourne 46J tons; Currurr.bin U.\ Sydney li tons, and to Melbourne 3.T j tons; Cleveland to Sydney l\ ton,; to--.! : 513} tons. '? Th? Society's representative advis- ' ed by wire from Melbourne und*r -Uv ; 9th instant: 'Bananas good, tiven^- ? four; small and medium, ten sevjp- i te...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Telephone Progress. RE-ORGANISING THE SYSTEM AND FURTHER INSTALLATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

Telephone Progress. RE-OROJWJSJ.tQ THE -YSTCT1 ANF FURTHER INSTALLATIOKS. What is in sior? for Nambour .tr. district in connection with tclephnr advancement, wx-s described So onr* r*-* presentative last evening by Mr. t Pritchard (telephone Inspectors wfcos district covers an area from Gyiap. to Tweed Heads. One of the first instillation* win 1 the erectinp of a line from Yamlln.» t Coolum, and araru?etnenU arc in pr.- cress to start the work almost iin mediately. The re-organising of the system i Maroochydore. Mr. Pritchard st.U--' will be muc appreciated. Trie pr-- posal is to establish an exchanc? ttirrc and already some ten subscribers V:iv been secured, and others to m.»ke 'np plication in th& near future. In Nambour, owing to the numcr-ii! applications for phones, the prossr. underground cable is to be rvpiacetl b a larger one, capable of carrying tii extra wires needed. The work will, it is anticipated, oc cupy at least eighteen months. The present exchange at N-arnV...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Eighth Anniversary. ANZAC DAY 1923. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

Eighth Anniversary. ANZAC DAY 1923. The Queensland Committee urge ttilii solemn commemoration of Anzac r-:i:9 as has been done In former years. TMfc holding of the usual public meeting is requested, and where possible tii-f: holding of church services during ilii -lay. Badges will be circulated, th* proceeds being devoted to the NutioiM 9 Anzac Memorial to be erected In rnomjj ory of the men of the first inilltir§? district who laid down their lives t£ the great War. '

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Ugly Ma[?] Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

Ugly AJlaij; C mpetition. 1 The UgIy]?.!--p'Co -ipetiUon in al-1 of lh» Maro(.;tiy| V A.I1 A 1. Society sjas drawTi to ai clii v- - ith the following resulU:— j j il -1 F. Bewitsctt I. 'i ? 20a J. Tyrrcll! . . 8 - ! ? 13». W. WiiaUhl -? 3 . j ? U* F. Walsh I j .:' .'\ ? *3 D. Collins I. U| ? 1« h. Cussi-.la !i,|..:, ? 13; ? L. Colllnsj \.-;\. ' ? H i There wa* i-5t?us;- large numbcitjof j Informal vot- ^ht-3 ii o a large num|-cr i n--l recorftiMi i it ifi :intlclpal-;d H'at i the building living * H her.cflt to tlsc extent of .-JkuI j;:o.; :j The \v1nui'r,ojrS.V'.J W. \Vhall«y's tiv.phy for liijf .'?{?III ? of the nrt?t ' tickets will pjiji. |-1-J 'il latt-r. -/ I

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