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FUTURE DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923
FUTURE DATES. March 23. — Kidamann Creek Ambu- ' l.vnce Euchre Tournament. - ; March 24. — Tenders for erection cf dwelling at Nambour. ! March 24. — Miroochy Co-operaUvc ! Society's Annual meeting at Yan- . dina. j March 24. — Yandina Race Meeting. ! March 27. — The Globe Trotters In the ' Town Hall. j M.uvh 2?. — Oneert in Town Hall - March 28. — Nominations for Murrum- ! ba Country Party Candidate. i March 31. — Race Meeting: at Nambour; April 2. — Sports at Coolum. April 21. — Woodchop at Mapleton. ; April 29. — Marooehy District Hospital Annual Meeting In Town Hall. j June 4. — Ambulance Sports at Yandina. j
AUCTION SALES. TO-DAY. TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923
AUCTION S4LES. TO-DAY. TO-MORROW. I March 2i. — Horse Sale at Nambour by ' Thornton A Murtasth. j March 24. — Caboolture bred ponies by ? J. J. Wilkinson. ; March. 24. — Burrell's Subdivision by , Thornton A Murtagh. | March 24. — Large Iron Shed nntl '. Draught Horses by Thornton A j Murtagh. FUTURE DATE?. March 24. — Horse Sale at Maleny by ; P. E. Moodle. 1 March 29. — Furniture Sale by Thorn- j ton A Murtagh. March 31. — Fruit Farm at Buderim by Thornton anil Murta«h. April 5. — Jersey Herd at Hlghworth by Thornton A Murtagh. April 4. — Clearing Sale at Eumundl by MacDonald and Ross. April 6 — Yandlna Pig Sale by L. B. Hunter. April 9. — Trucking of Murarrie Pigs April 12. — Cattle Sale at Hlghworth by Thornton A Murtagh. April 21 — Auction Sale, Woombye by T. J. Coalorake^ ?
THE COMMONWEALTH BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923
THE COMMONWEALTH BANK. Ttir balance sheet of the Common wealth Bank of Australia as at De cember .11, 1922, shows that the pro fit for the half year was £197,300. compared with £341,361 for tho cor responding half-year In 1921. Fol lowing the custom, half th-? profits arc transferred to the reserve ftinii. each of which now amounts to £2,093. 482. There has been an increase of £986.889 in deposits and of £3,0 il.- 171 in advances.
Nambour Rural School [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923
Nambour Rural School Pip Raising Competition: Four en tries have been received from Woom bye and five from Mapltton for this competition. Some little difficulty has been experienced in securing suitable pigs. Citrus Packing: A start has been made at the various group centres to enrol members for this competition, and the response has been most grati fying. Mrs. T. Eglington. who for some months has been laid aside through sickness, ami for romv weeks an in mate of Nurse Adan?s' private hos pital, and latterly in Brisbane, is now at a convalescent hospital in Sand gate. Mr. Victor Day at the end of last week landed a Harley-Davidson Motor Cycle and side car. The machine i« of the latest model, ntted with electric head and tail lights, and all controlling levers within easy access of the rider. Mrs. E. Franks announces the dis posal of her fruit and confectionery business to Mrs. T. Orton. Mr. aci Mrs. T. Orton entered into possession during the wst&.
PIG BREEDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923
PIG BREEDERS. There appears In thKssue a notice to farmers sending their pips In for trucking to the Queensland Coopera live Bacon Company. The local re presentative in Nambour anil Yandina have to make provision at railway sta tions for truckinc on the ailverllscil day. depending on the farmers to notify beforehand the number they .'nteml to truck. Should, however, some farm ers neplect to notify the representatives of intention to truck and the number of pigs to expect, their Is a possibility of Insufficient accommodation, am! farmers put to the trouble or carting their pics home, and waiting for the next trucking.
Swimming. NAMBOUR RURAL SCHOOL CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923
Swimming. NAMBOUR RURAL SCHOOL CARNIVAL. The third annual swimming carni val of the Nambour Rural School was held at the school pool oa Wednesday afternoon in glorious weather. The function had been postponed from the previous Friday on account of the un favourable weather. There wa3 a very fair attendance of parents, the large majority of whom were Iadie3. The fol lowing members of the school com mittee were present: — Messrs. G. V. Scott., A. W. Tfcynne. L. H. Harris, and A. P Myers Mr. 5. Baildon being unavoidably absent. Tbe children entered into the vari ous events with keen enthusiasm, the handicapping exhibiting very good judgment, there being many close fin ishes. Tbe programme was well arrang ed, tbe attention of the spectators be ing sustained throuchout. The heaj master (M. R. W. M. Steele) exercis ed a general supervision and distribut ed the prizes as they were awarde-l. whilst the various positions — Mr. J. B. Walker, (starter), Messrs Webster and H. Snvth i event stew...
WIDE BAY DAIRY COY. FEBRUARY'S PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923
WIDE BAY DAIRY COY. FEBRUARY'S PAY. The Wide Bay Co-operative Dairy Co Ltd. manufactured during the p-ut month of February 541,236Ibs. of but ter, and paid to suppliers £45,796/14/ 7, including an overriding payment Tor January of £5279/15/8, being at th;- rate of 1/6 per lb. cb.f. for flrst-clas% cream, and 1/5 for second class. The Gymple factory's output was 387,992 lbs. of butter, for which suppliers were paid £32,864/0/6, including January'3 overriding payment, whilst Cooroy's corresponding Dtrures were 153,044 lbs of butter and '£12,932,/14/1. From the partial realisation of butter shipped in January, the directors were able Jo make an overriding pay of 2d. per lb. cb.f. for cream supplied in January, thus making the February pay 1/5! per Ib. Further shipments of January butter are expected to arrive in London in a few days, and unless the market drops sharply, a further payment for January cream may be made w'nen the final realisation is receive-!.
May Day Carnival. FURTHER PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923
May Day Carnival. FURTHER PROGRESS. Matters In connection with the above were advanced a further step on Wed nesday evening, when the committee met at Williams' Cafe. Three entries for the Nsmbour Baby Competition were accepted, viz: — Ivy Joan Nichols (age 5 months) (under the auspices of the I.O.R.) Margaret Anne Langdon (age 10 months). Allen James Capper (age 4 months) A further likely competition will be accepted, but otherwise the entries are closed. For the Inter-township competition only one entry was received, that of Ernest 'William Warren, (age 9 mths.) Entries have been extended to Tues day next with the hope of furthe* competitors, to enable this competi tion to proceed. The revision of the Carnival pro gramme was completed. The pio cessional events comprise the same as last year, the Sports programme In cludes a 100 yds. Friendly Societies Handicap (members only), and a 8?0 yds. open Handicap, tbe prizes in botb instances being substantially Increased on last year. The...
IPSWICH EISTEDDFOD. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923
IPSWICH EISTEDDFOD. The annual eisteddfod will be heM at Ipswich this year. Reports from that city indicate that the great music al festival will eclipse all prevtous re cords. The needs of visitors will be specially nrovided for. and efforts will be made to house comfortably the ab normal crowds. The splendid pro gramme attracted over 800 competitor's and 20 choirs, entries being received from the north and west of Queens land, and also New South Wales. Com petition will therefore be exceptionally keen. In addition to the high-valued monetary prizes offered, three magnifi cent cups have been presented.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923
A. Campbell-Wilson, ! Dental Surgeon. Next Commercial Bank. NAMBOUR. _____ Consultation Hour*— j ____» a.m. till 5.30 pan. dally. ?9 tfOOM»YE. 1st and 3rd Tuesday. FAI-MWOODS. Jed and 4 th Thursday. TANDINA, i«t ami 3rd Wednesdays ?OOROY, Sod anil 4lh Tuesdays. POMONA, 2nd and 4th Wednesdays. ?Ph»n« 4. Victor C. Nash L.D.Q., Surgeon Dentist NAMBOUR. '? VISITS: BUDEIUM i»t Wednesday In each month. MAPLETON 3rd Wednesday in each month. ?PHOXE 25. P.O. BOX 11. S. A. HALL, Surgeon Dentist Currie Street Nambour. (Over J. C. Jones' Boot Store). Hour* 9 a-m. to &80 p.m. J. A. McKEE L.P.S.I. CHEMIST HAS OPENED AN UP-TO-DATE PHARMACY In CURRIE STREET, MMHBOUR. I (U franl of Mr. Wilson's Dental S Booms). DISPENSING A SPECIALITY. A flood ?lock of Photographic RaquUltea. : Toilet Preparations— Bw* Quality. ? ' ? ^_ ? Ternon E. White, j LATE A.I.F. Authorised Surveyor, ? BUDERIM MOUNTAIN. ?PHONE 2. '.V Surveys undertaken anywhere along ; tkt KtrUi Coast. I C. J. GUY, I AUTHORISED SURVEYO...
Maleny. WOLFENDEN-ROSE WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923
Maleny. WOLFENDEN-RO8E WEODINQ. On Wednesday the 14th inst, at 12. 30., the Maieny Union Church was the scene of a very pretty and popular wedding; where the Rev. J. A. de l.l Perrelle united in holy matrimony, Edward Arthur Wolfenden and Beryl Marjory Rose, both of Wltta. The altar and communion rail were deco rated with draping and flowers. The church was well Illicit with friends and well-wishers to witness the cere mony. While the bride was passing up the aisle on the arm of her friend Mr. S. A. Sallaway (who subserpjently gave her away), the congregation rose aad sang 'The voice that breathed o're Eden', the accompaniment being play-id by Miss V. Trail. After the ceremoay the nvwly married couple, together with the bridesmaids and best man, were photographed, using the side of the church which had been decorafcjd with evergreens, for a background. A dainty breakfast was served at AEr. A. McLean's (caterer,) about 3» guests taking part;the chair was taken by the Rev. Perelle.and...
REMOVAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923
REMOVAL NOTICES. In reference to our ndvt. column? it will be found that the firm of Murray Studios are removing to new premise In Chadwick's buildings. The car penters are pushing on with the work, anil II is expected that the row studio will be open for business on the Sitl: March. In the same issue appears an ad vertisement under the name of A. W. Thynne, B.A.. Solicitor, notifying his clients and the public generally that his temporary ofTlce Is at his resiflence at the corner of Sydney and Howard Streets.
A UNITED PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923
A UNITED PARTY. On page six of this issue we print the recently formulated policy of the 'United Party' (Nationalist-Couniry). The policy speaks for itself, and if the electors of the State return th-» United Party with a pood working majority, we have no doubt but that some of the one-sided laws now in operation will be wiped off the Statute Book, and substituted by some of the planks in the new platform which wiii be more on the lines of ''equal justice to all.'
Dehydration. FACTORY ALMOST READY Mr. MORTON'S LECTURE. PRESSING NED FOR INDUSTRY APPARENT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923
Dehydration. FACTORY ALMOST READY Mr. MORTON'S LECTURE. PRESSING NF.ED FOR INDUSTRY APPARENT. Mr. J. H. Morton, organising man ager of the Beerburrum Co-op. Co., who is directing the Installation of his patent dehydrator in that company's Nambour Factory, gave an Interesting address to the public meeting conven ed for the Dumose on Thursday even ing last. Although the night was dark and showery, a large audience, includ ing 1 number of ladies gathered to hear the lecturer. Mr. Morton devoted conslderble time in his address to the history of thb origin of modern dehydration, and its recent development In connection with the Great War and Immediately before and since, making clear to his audi ence the great value and efficiency of the machinery now being erected In Nambour, which is Identical In design to the large dehydrator designed and erected by him for the Imperial Gov ernment under special Royalty Agree ment, which were adopted by the Brit ish authorities only after the most ela...
Orange Bug. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 23 March 1923
Orange Bag.' Mr. C. J. Frost paid visit to our dfici (Juris.; tin w-;ek. Dvlcuasinij Uia prospecta -T the oriaije crr^p, in states ttat nothing extr yrdlnnrr;. cin he ex. P«;cted thi-i seaiot. ilzsy grower* havs had experience wl:h; the orange l-ur. some : -»tl?*r a bitter; in£ It has caused oa'^hrt mischief ani! floanyanrp. acd a rea.'.y si:ec-rs*f»il Sort efficient mstfiod of -:omtatin? the jwst has uot yet been f'-iart. Th« trnppiesf)n[ the yocn? 'or tnfantlte) i-uji jdai* be«n successful. T-wse young; te^Ut how t.-ver.- make .Stir appeiraw;.} at a; pario.i coineWing v.iUi . tie 8r«*. ijijwjiranei? of the iQun? fruit wh^n the ^iz^ nr. mat' bi«, aad Ihe Hftle talzcWiet worker feiids oa tfcfc ycuas teadr:i4;%vi extract frota It all tie needed vitality: tlw eon vntualiy drops off. Tho adult hug may be senn on the tree at present, but Its presence l» not harmful. Grow er* had therefore to keep a look out at tho beginning of the fruiting a»a son, and to neglect only brought trouble. M...