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NAMBOUR [?]RAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

nambour! f£-r4l school. i_ PJG RAJS!J\'ft 'ION PETITION.— '^0 students wbb;«r| i: mpetine tn t?*s contest hsvej Bi!t*!p-l flown to woH:. The reporl.H :fi|oni fl) ? different rams Indicate that, t?ie|p;jd- are doing WJill i generally, nll.ii()iri^i .?: few cases where | thev have heiinj 'ivf c ;lour' have beisn reported. 3lj Isf Rich, srht that thls::is due to the uni^!ti$-ll- hot weather '-ye. have been ejc|-(triiicl- a. T)ie weatlii!r ! 1b now more jejUlini -;, and ail should be well with: Wi'Tvuif hful plfr-ralseH. Tlie Idea of cshiliifuif; 'pig fodder' l«s i taken on wciJ: jriS'l *l can he safiJy ? piedicted t3iu'.i . ; ;lS's! oxhiblt will J«c I worthy of Ihi siiiflerj s promoting it: FRUIT GR.1D1^« A$-ft PAC1ONG :^- Mitters in crinimSiotj with thts corii pclitlon arc wioJI 'ji'rwird. Details wljl be finalised aj, llifi nl U conference in Brisbane, to 1)0 il^M' shortly; so t!s-.l when the cxppH.fj* ar Ive In April, ajt preliminary wnrli grill have been coiiir p!«ted. Great inisre...

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

AMBULANCE REPORT. ! Th.; monthly -meeting of the com I'mitleo of the S'anibour centre was held on Thursday. Sth March, al the Ambu .lant-f headquarters. Present : Messrs. j [A. C. Wilson, (chair), E. B. Fos. and [I. Parry. Analogies were received from :Mr. W. Wliallcy. and the Palmwoods ?rcfrescnlaUves. The superintendent's report showed that during February 35 I kalis wern responded to as follows: — ; ;\cciden!s G, transports 19. Olllee cases I severe 2, slight 4. Eumnndi honorarr : /?enlre :'.. North Arm H.C. i. Mileage fr.uclljil .-.mounted tn 195 by amhu- 1 jlance motor, and 5 by public convey- 1 jinee. total 200. Expenditure for Fen- '? luary £00/C/10, receipts £52/10/7.} j-ivinc an ovedraft of £422/ U /I I. - !Xr. E. A. J. Baililon was appointed an i iMiorary bcarvr of this centre. ! . ACCIDENTS. ! i 10.30 a.m. 9th March, received ai till to Klaston Saw Mill. Name. Christ- ' .'in John Wyer. saw mill propri-^ior. ' pjury, severed Icfl hand and shock, j ?iist'/ry. h.Ril caught b...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Palmw[?]o[?]s. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

PalnjijtV »o i?. i - 1 1 At Ihe last rnrl !p- t- iVe Pr..;.r,'s Association, pr?s:|l('! -? !v Mr. AY. ? Collln-s. v )i!;in of 1^1 5-: .r.cs.'.i ,\ten sion of ihe PfurUjfrfif-i-iiiMerim tran; way to the fi-:i-i!,' .Si; su*'mitt-'d !-y l.'ie Trva«i:rj- IVS'-p-Sn: il. Members : ?lescribe..! ll-e |.^;-?-W' rnrt- ;,s mi- I siiltaMf. as AWi'l^l 5i a-r,an»! wouli ; not be ropncclcij . i ?%-.}' 'Dor I.iniisiy j was -:lopu!e.j tv\ i'jil.'' 'w the Piv- ;: mltT on the mril.'i'i' ||r! intr?ri7f(! r^1- ? stenatlon by dAii'.^'ii; !.inear-i frorn '? the Sh're Ct)wncii.i:i\-'» - -ru--e-l. siii : It was docl-lf«! '.?.'? Us. 1: t.ronsiJora iion. li i TIUAl. SHIPME.ii -W 'INEWPl.E?. Mr. ». IMmniii;-'- '-: -''I !!l' t%h^ir at the Isst Fn;!tj ij;n|-.- »' A-.-orlst;..-n meeting, .it wt:;r i jftrit;. ! !it!lvni'n; of pineapplfl* by fii.^ ?!:»:-?- Bay' wai ? coasM«rfd. sad t'.fl A.k i.itlon derld.-'l : to supply 10 cr-S'|sho/ |fi- it. j

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

DEHYDRATION. At the close of business at the meet of tlie Chamber of Commerce on Tues- J '!.;-? even:uc last, Mr. .Morton delivered i a -Jiort . -ld; ess He sousht the co- ! operation of the Chiiuriei anil its men:- ( jb-Ts. to assist an industry which prom i-'d to become one such as the cane, in !ftis district An invitalion was ex- i ?.tiiijeii to view the works which were ' n.-j;infi completion. Mr. M^orton will | nnsiin in Nambour probably another i f- ri-ii?ht or so imti! f I least his plant j is iji full swing, and will then pro- \ 7ec-iJ to the South Sen. ami later to ' iVsjnanla. j AjXew Zealander, Mr. J. U Mr.r'.cn. ??* ijivtntor of the Morton Enicieiiry I'.fhj'drator. Many years ;,?o, while ? waiting as a lad, to become an appren tice jln the Newmarket Rallw.tv ?\voiic- sh^ijs. Auckland, he took temporary ?nfiioyment at a fiaxmill in the Auck latUi provincial tiistrict, and he was -ruiijoyed in spreading New Zeatana Car ?juivniuum t-.-nax5 in the fields for sr.a : |ir-i|!g....

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SALE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

SALE REPORT. phnrnton and Murlaph. auclinneers. I.ac sold iJurlngr the week 2i.T acre -1:Vry fann situated at Keniiworth on ''? l'tin of Jas. Macnonne.ll, anelione-r ??Jinple. lo Mr. C. Sharry of Obi ObV e;Aiy farm silunted at Highwortii ii a'ps. on account of J. it. Woods, to M»s. 0. Daly of Brisbane; town prop '???jly. .me acre on account of L. Wilson l 'i. Messrs. Hobson and Beale, Itutcliers --;jiibour; I wo allotments 'San Jose' (?stale on account of cvi,. Mann, to J. ..'Stewart, f,f Nambour. Cooium a! 1'itmerits on Conium Beach- To n Yl-uinas, Cooloniabin; Matron Howard ' IMS'- Vlardrop Yandina; W. Poor. vee.1 luver; Denis lleyaolds. Tarooin 1.00 iicre cane farm by public auetitm kM'jwn as P.uiiplin-r's, to R. Uipley; all ;'t ^satisfactory prices. The same llrm report a very success fi;l: sale at their yards last Thursdav. -' i;) head beinp yarded. The quality ?jn-the whole was anything but good, . f-;h«a(ls changed hands. Cows in pro ? ill; made up to £10 for good sorts 'Hier...

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COMING MOVIES. KATHERINE MacDONALD IN "HEROES AND HUSBANDS." [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

COMING MOVIES. KATHERINE MacDONALD IN 'HEROES AND HUSBANDS.' A love tangle forms the basis of the story of 'Heroes and Husbands,' Kalh crine MacDonald's latest production for First National release, which is coming lo the To\yn# Hall Pictures on Satur day next. Miss MacDonald is cast as Supsnnn-T Danhury. a popular young novelist. Other figures in this comedy drama are Walt Oaylord, illustrator of her books; Hugh Bemis, her publisher; Agatha Be mis, his wife, and Martin Tancray, S'J sanne's legal adviser; It was not until she met Gaylorrl that Susanne fell in love, and then she found that all was not sewne. ?he discovered that he was the recipient of significant attentions from' Mrs. U-»- mis, despite the fact that the la!!-T was married. It was a situation that, in a work of fiction, would have presented no el if- I ficuities to Susanne, but she found '-:- erature and actual life entirety differ ent and she neglected her work in order to devote her time to solving the prob lem. Her...

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"KISMET" [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

'KISMET' Olis Skinner, greatest of Americin character actors, mates his debut ss a screen star in 'Kismet', the smash ing hit of two continents. The picture produced by Robert?on-Co!e as a super special was directed r-y Louis j. uas j nier and is one of the most artistic I photoplays ever presented to the j public. j Mr. Skinner who, on the le?ir.iate stage in this country created the principle role In 'Kismet.' that of Hajj. the beggar, and played it he j fore hundreds of thousands of people. j is pleased to believe that his- ccr-j^n j version is his greatest interpretation i of the part. Also, Mr. Skinner has j declare-! that his screen portrayal of I his last appearance in the cluinicttr. 1 While always maintaining a h:ea standard in all pictures released, Rob ertson-Cole has in iis pr--s?nUt-nr of 'Kismet,' outstripped all prevfr.us f efforts. Placed in old Turkey in Asia. I in the city of Bas-dad. the story gives j many opportunities for richness of settings. Realizing that to ...

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"THE BLACK RAG." [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

' THE BLACK RAG.' Herbert Rawlinson displayed a sim ilar curiosity toward the girl with whom lie fell in love soon after they met, he would have seen something startling. It was a ?sparkling- diamond necklace he was afterwards accused ; of stealing. The average man would expect n find almost everything else but a strin? of costly perns iu a woman's handbag. That's why the girl in tne s!ory thought it would be safe for her to transport tlie jewels in that way.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

IN MSMORIAiW. COLLESS. — In lovinn romumbr.iiK'it of our dear father, father- n-liiw, Knirid father, Kdvvin d.lle.'i- who dlad lHth Mnrnh. 1022. j llr bud'j no ohm ii fond Kood-by. j j :\- svaved IiIh bund to none, ' - 1(1.4 Hiiirlt How buforu wt- kne« ; !'l;nl from uh ho had komu. ln»*erti'd by his lovInK daUKhl-|r. «on in-lnw anil Hmndetilltlren, I alii j 'P. I'erren and family. j COLLESS. — Hi lovimt m«fuory u four dear fattier and Krnmlfithi ?, \n\w di'parted lhl» life m/W/'Tl, : I-wir to our rn««iory, swett I i ' our heart. ' Ltt Our lovi! for our father Html I ne- r.f- dy- ^v. part; We know that our iliiyu l-o tti- many or few Will h-; day«, dear father. In i ct;i«!in- i brai'ue of you. ; lnnert«d by hi* Iovln« hoii and j 'lauKhtcr-in-l«w, and Krand-ci itdren, i ?larovrt iind Mylda CoIIomh. . j ~' ; THANKS.' ? | Mr. and Mrs, A. Smith nnd fiit IIS, of \ North Ann, tender Uielr th. ik* to i Dr. Penny, Numb Admna. M«hs »,! H, i UiWHi'll and SI . J. Flynn (NV.i-tti Arm), and th«'l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

\ Steel Churn j ? A Churn 'to suit your jioci.ct,' ' ? | and which excels in suiting I J : vmir needs is the 'Baltic' J ? Rotary Stoet Churn. « B Practically indestructible, ' ? easily: l.ipt ewect and clean, ? j and ir.iUcs fine butter. J J Owrejrs tell us they would ? a not consider any other type. J I Write f'r further particulars g ? an:! favourable price. ? L j '.&ALTIG I « '5cpj?.rator! Co. Ltd. J i 13 noins St., Brisbane ! J j LOCAL AGENT: ^ J, Blgetow, Hambour. «J ?'?!* * . 'I 2 Queensland's ? S I Finest ? S FUkMTURE S ? n £ Itladfe atihe HlXCO ? n facie rg and supplied ? 5 diredtto you at One J J ? Smal Profit Prices. ? X- « « V, O WriM fcr our frt* Furnish- B B in$ C?ra?o£ue.- it it Oufintii Q| B ami! moil complcre ever g B printed in the StoH'T — b CASH OR -TERMS ' n a B L'hcra] Carrijg* g S .John Hicks I n and Comparui Limited n tS D ° Qsorqo SI. BHISBAtlZ H R : ? a THE ]V EGA 'FOURTEEN POINTS' \o. i (j|.i:an skimming No. 2 Oil. AND DUST-PRO OK 2 S&LP-LUB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

Sherwin-Williams IPaihA iPnetuoto. \ / Proves \ /its Power \ / to protect your \ / home from decay— \ i to add brightness— \ I to increase the value of \ 1 your property and pre- 1 1 serve it for years to come. # % S. W.P. spreads easily / % and r»qs Tnaiimum § \ covering capacity. I \iht 'Cover the / % Earth' Trad©- i % Mark guar- f \ antees satis- / 1 faction. I I H lm^r *** ' ' ™* jm Local A&otli: COLLINS « CO, NAMBOUR

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Queensland United Party (Nationalist-Country Party) OBJECTS [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

Queensland United Party (Nationalist-Country Party) opJects Tho objects of the Party are: — (a) To maintain the Sovereignty of the State of Queensland, the an- ; toncmy of the Commonwealth, and tae ' BoUflarity ot the British Empire. (b) To re-er.tablish Constitutional Government and the recognition of. the obligations of the State. (c) To encourage individual enter prise and effort. (d) To advocate and maintain a White Australia policy. (e) To legislate on sound economic principles for the advancement and prosperity of the people. (f) To co-operate 3nd reciprocate in matters of organisation and ad ministration with other political bod ies having similar objectives. (g) To encourage the development of the State by assisting primary pro duction in every practicable manner. (h) To encourage the development of secondary industries, especially thOEe which will utilise tie raw mate rials of Queensland, thus extending the markets for producers and the aven ues of employment for workers. (...

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PROMPT ACTION NEEDED. MR. MACKAY, M.H.R. ON THE SUGAR INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

PROMPT ACTION NEEDED. MR. MACKAY. M.H.R. ON THE SUGAR IXDUSTHY. ! In the House of Representative-? n the 3th March, speaking to the vi.ir -ss I in reply. Mr. Mackay (Lilley) — I offer :ny congratulations to the Prime Minisur (Mr. Bruce) upon his attainment of . so high and responsible an oCR:e. Measured by years, and t.y hin jr.u-9 j of political experience, the honorftiiic gentleman might be described a* b'inc 1 youthful : but he has already proved .his I possession of the necessary ability V::i I to adorn and retain the supr»me posi tion which he now occupies. His it. valu.iWe experience in whit has '^cn slightingly termed the reaTm of lie business is an entirely cjmmemUJne qualification. I trust that the Prime Minister will enjoy a long and distin guished career as a leader'in the r\\Xlc life of the ComiconweaUh. As a member of the Nationalist par.y. I regret that the apathy of the. electors last December should have bo-'n re sponsible for the ilefeat of the. Hushes Administratio...

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BRIGADIER WELLESLEY'S ADVICE TO BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

BRIGADIER WELLESLEY'S ADVICE TO BOY SCOUTS. nrigadlir-Gnneral Wellesloy. ail dressing a 'Rally'' of Boy Scouts at WiHcnliaU on November 2Sth. sui«t '.!?' want i-d them to regard his visit, nol iu thr; iiLluit'Of an inspection, but the In terest of »ii elder brother In his young er brothers. The one great thing ;»- limit tiifi Scout Movement was lli.it they were .ill brothers, oot oniv in their own troop*, but in the (treat bndy of Scouts which were extended all over the world.; They' «y-;ro not a mllit.try body — exactly the opposite — but in the (irosl War «=oin'-5 of the. best and hravoM men lie nu-t had been Boy -Scouts ia former yoars, and had benefited by ttso trainlnjrtlK'.T had received. Their aim, ?? however,' was to promote goodwill, peace as-5 prosperity throughout the world, and their desire to help others at all time*. The four great things they had to *e( before1 tlem vcrr the formation of their o'wn characters and to learn j.elf-rcl|]»riri| to strive to N1 h^a'thy. str...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

i | 'Don't Snff|r| under hot \ roofs' ? 4- All around we soa paopjf* : living in what havo bc|n s called ' tin boxos ' sv/altdSr- j ing in such heat as wo hava 1 had lately, while they m.t'jo ' no effort to improvo concS- ' tions. , i j ? \ ' By coating all roofs wi|)i (Put it on with a brush) j a man can greatly roduie the temporatura of his house, factory, dairy nous?, . or whatever it is that h'e \ lives or works in. Arabic is easily applied by any man who can use a whitewash brush. It is cheap and ut permanent improvement. 5 Ask Your Storekeeper for it Distributing Agents: CREEK STREET, BRISBANE. ? ? _ _}_ ' ? 8EEBETTHR. J TIIK OI'TIIMA.N'S TO TilK ;: KltlSil.XNK fJKNKUAL HOril'ITAt. ? riffuc flititid lciforili-'lti-;ll. I SiiKcUtrAt wearers wearing Hut fijrm 1^^ lenses do not know tho mlv.im.i^es f^j of thi; new TOIilC (or cyo' cu'rvo ' ' lenses). ; Th« TOIIIC correspomla with tho | curvature of lh« oye, aod allown free j movement of the laahoH. ? The more important bemjtlt l»—...

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Boy Scout Column. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

Boy Scout Column. (By LEAPING tfANTHEIU Having received' several contribution* of laic, t h»v« no room for my own remarks. t 'Tlie Scoutmaster's Pow NVow' is' rrom 'The Onlrellan.*' ttie Quarterly tnagitzfne of 'Tl»e Centr.iH' Troop. Wandsworth, which Flartod Its Issue In January 1922. The other Uvo from a rj'ceat number of 'The Trail'1 of Londof«.:% SCOUTMASTER'S POW-AVOW. M-* Dear brother Scouts, — . 1 !-a\e been *sVed by our worthy etiitpr tor-lo. something for our rcaca ?inc, wlilili !R lo make Its flrM appear «ne« on New Year's Hay: so I had bet ter wish ? you all a Happy New Year, nnd a loju; life to our magaz-r.''. anil mny we 1 all be united in our great Fcoutlmr pirbtherhood for many years to cprac.i Now I propose to Pow Wow tolyou.all on Do Something! '\Miat a! funny subject.' will eciio from some, distant quarter. Yes, but It affects ;ovcry one of us. Pleasn.«io something. Scouts, even ii' the proxpects are In favour of your malclng a nilRlakc. The same advice was given' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

i -— ? — .winOOCHYDORK. D. L.I JSURTAGH, OENEt^U. 8T0REKEEPIR, . A.V{| H.WHDH&53EB, Fli^HINfG TACKLE |BII,tL\KDS. i i I 1! i '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

TheDemon Decan* that searches for unprotectedplaces Has he found a hiding place in your home? Then get rid of him quick, before he begins , his devilish work f Paint at once with Machine Made Paint j R.M.M.P., when dry, leaves that long-lasting, preservative film that pre vents deterioration and looks so pleasing to the eye. Rogers paint goes further, easily covering from 850 to 1,000 square feet to the gallon. ?! On sale at: ? R. S. Exton & Co., Ltd., QUEENSLAND DISTRIBUTORS. ; ha^M3m^ui».«|.-;'i--'-ii»'' '* '' WTU. Paling & CVs j Toner and Saiesnan, NA.MB0UK. Ori'.n Attended To. VJrf.3 JAS. CARTER, Commercial Hotel. IUUHBOUR,

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THE GLOBE TROTTERS. TOWN HALL NEXT TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

THX 0L08« TROTTERS, T0W-f HALL NEXT TUESDAY. -m Tuemiay nunt nftxt, in the Town Hall, Nambour. 'Th-» Globe TrotterV' * company of comedy makers wilt will open a one night season. This company comes to our town with a hi-r reputation and is headed by ?Karmu' who h*s Just recently caused a biff sensation at the Playhouse. Sydner Every artist I* a star In hl« mm nn- and a bit? crowd is »ur« to greet thi* combination at the Town Hall on Tues day night next. It is seldom Nambour is visited by a eorapany with troeh * reputation as thU. The box plan for next Tuesday's fua factory, !? now open at Crofts,' chemist, where seats may be booked without extra fe*. 'Th« Globe Trotter*' are under tlte direction of Mr. Len Buderfck, who ao sw^w^kmwd -aoMom aftttx* \ - ,1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923

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