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C. LORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

I C. LORDS. After you have visited Mr. Sattn ders, or a lady milliner, you could I not do better than pay the j photographer a visit, who will be 1 found neaif Mr. Kelly's hotel. The j pictures there shown reflect credit on the woi|kman, so that a visit will well repay! one who has friends to | whom he or she would like to send j a photo, j Mr. Lords will be in the j district for! some weeks, but nothing j is lost bv J^n early visit. j f :

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A. L KELLY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

J i A. L KELLY. I^riuk ami be ye merry, But giways ('own at A. L- Kelly's. Mr^A. L. l^elly has taken time by tho toreloci, and hasalreadystocked th. best of jwiues and spirits tor the fr-ftive s'easion..

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A. SAUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

! A. SAUKOERS. If you wjjtnt a hair cut, a shave or \x-ur whiskers trimmed, you can't do better tljan visit Arthur Sa.im ders, the Nambour barber, as he is sure to make you like a shiny six pence beforp a hungry man — awfiillj' taking. Aj man should never be top heavy- jwhen eating Christmas dinner. j

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
J. T. LOWE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

I J. T. LOWE. ' Sucking pig, roast beef, or fowl for Christmas dinner?' Mr. Lowe : is ready for! orders for any of the j above at any time, either dressed or I undressed, even to the cooking of the meat. He also supplies small goods equalj to any obtainable else where Mr. Lowe's meats have earned a name from visitors to Nambour as being some of the best and teuderest they have ever put their teeth into.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CHRISTMASTIDE. Around the Shops. H. B. HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

CHRIStTMASTIDE. i Around the Shops: (By our JjiPKCiAL Reporter.) 1 i H. B. HILL. The first pface of call on around of visits which I was ordered to make was Hiarry Hill's, Nambour's noted saddle} and harness maker. Here -I fouhd the genial spirit, and his assistants busily cut ting away at leather, stitching, etc.. briskness. !3ung round the walls ' of the estab' ishnieut are to be seen i ladies' and gents', pack, training, and racing paddies, dray and' cart saddles, bri[iles, hames, straps, cloths, schopl bags, bits, plough, leading, 2.n-|l buggr haruess, and collars of all! sizes and descriptions . Mr. Hill ha|; also in stock a splen did assortment of boots, lamps, and a large stoclj: of harness oils, in fact he has almost everything connected with his linti of business. ?

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket NAMBOUR V. CHRONICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

Cricket. iSAMHOl/R V. CHKO.VICJ.ES. ' 1 his association fixture was played 011 the wicket of the former -hlub last Satur day. Heavy rain fell diiHuj.; the after noon, and only one innings'' aside could be played, Xambour wiiiiii'ii,tc bv 47 runs. Following are the scores: -- CUROXICI.KS.— First! Innings. A. Snooks, c. Hobson, b. Kennedy .. ? ?s' J. I'erreii, b. Wilkinson .. ^'^T o A. Astill, b. Wilkinson [.,? — .. o H. Cronk, b. Wilkinson ?)'?. .. . o Iv. l.anljam, b. Kennedv I.. ' 1 T.J. AVhitford,.!;. M-ilkinspn .. 0 I). J. Cameron,' c. and b. Kennedv .. o G. ^lancktetow, b. Wilkiiiion , ' . . 1 C. I,ai:iiam. l.b.w.. b. Kentie-ty . . 1 J. Hillmami, h. Wilkinson .. ' .. 1 P. Webster, not out . . . . ,S Total ? 14 L. W. AVilkinson took 6 wickets for q runs, aiitlj. Kenned}- 4 fori^. Xambour — First Innings. Allan Perren, b. Astill j . . . 2 L. W. Wilkinson, c. Cronk'. b. Astill 5 G. Young, b. Cronk j. . . . 1 J. Kennedy, b. Cronk |. .. 1 Art. I'enen, b. Cronk \ . . . ? 1 T. Tucker, ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. LANDSBOROUGH V. KENILWORTH-EUMUNDI. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

CRICKET. I.AXDSIlOROrOlI V. KEXII.WORTH ElMUXDI. Tins association match was plaved at Hunuimli 011 the 12th instant, and resulted in a win for Laiulsborotigli, who batted two men short.; by Sseven wicket?. The scores weie as folio iv : — I.AXiisr.OKjOiv.H — First Innings. R. Dunning, c.j Pickering, b. M-Ginn ci F. Hatchelor. lj. A. Jones .. .. S C. I toward, c. f Jeilit. 1) Jones ? . . o S. Wrij'lcy, niiji out . . ? ? 5 \ . uunirmg, cjitoiu. i). .-v. jones .. o K, Dunning. c.i Gr:ih:ini,l-.W. Pimlon 6 F. Wendi. b. li Gold .. ..5 W. WesUiway, ]b. 1'. Gold . . ' . . o II. WestavWiy, kiot out ... .. 1 SiuKlrie.' . . ... . . ;j Total ; ? 27 J. iMiiiui tijak i wicket for J 1 runs; A. Jones, o for3:j\\*. i'linlon, 1 for 5: and H. Gold. 2 for j}. KiCN-ir.\voHTH{i:i:.MUNDi— First Inniiis;8 K. Pickeriiii;. -. liatchelor .. .. o 11. Gold. I!-. Ht w:ir:l .. .. 51 W. Dellit, c. \ 'ri.u'iey. bT liatchelor . . (- i 1). Graham, 0. and b. Howard .. ^' J. M-Ginn, c. )isnninjf, b. Hatclielor (j J. Co...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOMBYE V. WARATAHS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

WOOMBVK V. WARAITAirS. The Waratahs journeyed \o AVoouibve to fulfil their engagement with the club there, and a one-innings, majtcli resnlfed in a -.vin for the home teank by 10 runs. Appended are the scores : — I Wa ratahs. — First Inhi:igs. F. Perren, b. Adams . .j . . o I. Howard, b. Kuskopf .. .. o ']. r.ournc. l.b.w., b. Wilson.. .. S V. Mitchell, b. Kuskopf .. .. o J . Crcwley. b. Kerr. . .. .. 11 E. I'arrj*, not out .. .. ..12 W. Cross, c. Neil, b. Kerr . . . . o \V. Howard, c. Wright, b. Kt rr . . 1 II. Dennis, b. Kerr.. ..j .. o W. Parry, b. Kerr .. .. .. o A. Saunders. b. Kerr . . . . o Sundries .. . .. ... 7 Total .. .. .. 39 R. Kerr took 6 wickets for 13 runs, \V. Adams. 1 for 3, A. Kuskopf 2 brS. anrtj. Wilson 1 for S. WOOMDVK. — First inn .njrs. J. WiHon, b. Ptrren .. 1 .. 1 K. KeiT, b. Bourne.. .. j .. 1 J. liendixon. runout ..1 ; .. 5 A. Kuskopf. c. and b. Perren I .. 11 W. Adams, b. Perren . . i . . o K. Wright, stamped, b. Perreju * .. 6 Bendixou. l.b.w.. b. Perre...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Palmwoods. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

Palmwoods. On Friday la^t the annual break ing up of the school was celebrated j by a picnic and distribution oi prizes to the children. About noon a goodly nunijber .of parents ar rived on the scene, and dinner was then given to the children, which they thoroughly -enjoyed. That all important j item in the day's pleasant programme being over, j the customary jgames were indulged in, also races for money ? prizes. An adjournment was made to the school where the distribution of prizes took place. Mr. Bendixon, chairman, after eulogising the parents for the interest they i had taken in the enjoyable day's outing, invited I Mr. Fewtrell tp hand over the prizes I to the children and submit them to ! a spelling-bee. Mr. Fewtrell, in accepting the task, said it was rather unexpected, as he had only come to listen and spend a day with, the children Prizes were generously donated by the teacher, j Miss Frawleyj for sewing and home j exercises, and in addition to these j 36 book were present...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Original Poetry. CHRISTMAS CHIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

Origiial Poetry. CHRISTMAS CHIMES. Hark .r the Chris'jiftas bvlls are ringing; j JTerry chimes Jill all '.he :iir. j Joy ami pence tojhi.inkinrl brinijing. { Callinir ev'ryorie to pny'r. j Xow do men forget their anger. Wage no more iheir wonly strife : Peace, insten/1 of jnoisy clnui»our. Fill? the heart-|)a!se 01* our life' 'Gloria in ExmIsIs Hi?'.' So the Angels s)ng above : '- Peace on earth tjo men !' — We pray O Go-l, bestow on :u!= Thy love ! Season this of joyland. gladness: Grace to all Almighty gives : Hearts bowed down with grief and sadness Know ye our Redeemer lives ? Hasten therefore t|- receive Him — Christ was born bn Xuuis Day ! God, Messiah, we believe Hint — Huiua«e, worship to Him pay t iend we kindly fri-rndiy greetings Far and near this holy time ; Uiessed be the family meetings Heark'ning to th'eXmas chime ! I P. F. M'Gvkk. I

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Hopetoun. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

Hopetoun. A wedding was celebrated here last Thursday between Mr. G. Wright- and Miss L. Bahrley oi this town. A host of friends were in vited and availec themselves of the invitation to be present. After the ceremony a capital lunch was spread and the contracting couple were the recipients of niaay congratulations. At night the bush band arrived armed with tin dishes, bullock bells, kerosene tins, &c. being energetic cally helped by; many ladies, and when the bridegroom and bride appeared, congratulations w-are showered afresh. The room being cleared, dancing began by 10 o'clock. Another capital lunch was disposed of. and then a series of songs was ; given by several j gentlemen present, the merry party breaking up shortly after 12 o'clock. We have experienced a week of warm weather.i ' On Saturday we had a light thunderstorm, but the fall was much heavier towards Woodford. i (joofi progress is being made on the Sheepstation Creek bridge. ? Splendid timber is being used in ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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CHRISTMAS STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

CHRISTMAS STORY. Come to me, kind friends and children. Listen to this talef of mine : I will tell yon what; once happened Down in yonder Ifastern clime. In the month we caH December, Many, in&ny yeari ago Long before I 4o re;nember: I have read the stcVry, though, Of a lovely little infint— I will tell you of it's birth :' How He came and tjhus was treated While He tarried ?iere on earth. Shepherds in the fields abiding. Watching o'er their flocks by night. Down there came a .^lining Angel. Clothed in raimeuj. pure and white. ?' Fear me not,' the iVngel told them. As he saw they werie afraid : ' Behold to you I brjng glad tidings,' Unto them' Uie AnjVei said. A choir of Angels caijie down with him On this mission to jthe earth. To confirm the Angef's story C-f this lovelv infanX'* birth. When the Angel told 2iis storv To the she;)herds oa the plain. Then was heard the heavenly music In a most delightfu? strain. This angelic choir of iVngels With their music reht the air. Ri...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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[?]rum. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

lfH^rurn' 'Havel Meard the latest?' I is the M'1||K&' froui the first ] person y| laEeet on the road. ' Ask wha| W&- and the anfewer j comes -'PjWE'-. the mau^f the ! Mount ?llJ^Birted an accoiu- 1 modatiiuj |Be !?' And Bud- j erum fol Id {Bvvouder why ! It j would ncit(|ffie surprised them | so much ||R] they heard of a j private traRay coming to the j Mount. ^IPl, we wish Mr. j Fountaii -SRcess in his new! enterpr^^Rd feel sure that with sub fUJfue house, splen- j did viei\^|Bid plenty of sea i breeze, T ?; |^:a will not have anvthinTaSerumble at. 1 1 hear tM '' S| Broad is to have a crowds cjggfuse for the holi days, an lfw|' shouldn't he ? — for, ind iMKthe Mount is a pictures* | ^E|ttle spot, and a real liavt:«Rrtjst to the towns pe°pje- \mm e ^'NI|PI[1C^ pleasure iu welcomijalStf. Earushaw (our school tlfflSr of some eight years a;||j@|ud family back :imongsl|^E Tlie^' have taken a house I «»j tor the hohda}'s. We h||SB!:€:n favoured with ideal grjjwE weather d...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

SGHOOL OF ARTS. BUDERUM. MOUNTAIN. \ Concert and |BafS- ^- - 1 in aid of the above will; be held on TDRIDAV, DECEMBER 18th, 1903 |Admiss-'on, is. ; Children, Half-price. WANTED to SELL, orle^lng Ger fflan Waggon (po|e Aih-Aaft). Price, ^9. T. W. FREER, ^okfiirm.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

Namboar Refreshmeiit Rooms j james meaiPOF, : i'.AKKR. M \ PASTRYCOOK. : ? % i .in'! cuxHKCTioyrcn, :? DKSIRHS to intimate- :«- ti'\e general PuMie that he has -jccrireu those I centrally-sjtuatol Premise* known as R. ' Higjnnson's Stores, and is iiow pfefKirc! ; tO SUWlv . . : i ^_ REFRESHMENTS AT ALl HOURS. JTj Hot Tea, Coffee, aiijd Cocoa -^ t always ready. Cakes aj special-* / ity. Picnic Parties eatjerec! for. Spacious Committee Ritonj available for meetings. ; j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

j RlQYAL HcItEIJ, I ; Caboolture. . | ! ' I i T. HOEKROOK I ! I i ' ' { '? - j ! (?RorRiETo:&) ?-. ; TJ \5ft thoroughly renovated the ubj-ve ? Xlf. jWoteland nfadecxtensive additions, ar,i ^oltcits from the K'*ticral publi'p a cofi: li^iwance of past favours. j BesV Brands of Wines and Spirits, i ? i ? ? ] . . FIR T-CLASS TABLES AND ACCOMMODATION. . * j ? Billiards. --- Stabling. , i : N« vr! Friends are ever vrelcome, ;i id old' . | ! ones ever dear. \ i f ! i ? ? :' :

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OUR STORY COLUMN Little "Patches." A Christmas Story for Young Read[?] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

?I OTJB STORY COLflOl ? \ \ Little ' Patch Jsj.' ;| | I A Chrislmas Story for YotniJ jReaildt |j i ;?' BY JAMES WlUUHStiN { 5j : 'Come here, Patches; cphic an ||'- ? swing me,' called cmt Marjojti Fid 3|m cheras she lifted herdaintijMresse f|S little personage on to a swing whic :-},! I hadTjeeiisuspendtidfromtlicbranc t!s;:l ** ojfa tall blue-gum tree on tljejpicni |Pi.j ~\ ground, and commenced tirymg t ifW ?X swing herseli. 1 jiii* i |The words were addresse(Ho'.a pale ,:h;% j (rather pinched-looking lad ©fabot |is!« I jlrturteen years of age, who waVjstandf |^« I ling by Trimself in the shade tjbro\Vil-]^K by the somewhat sparse irdiagc of )%m the giant eucalj-j)tus. I j j-jf 1 [ (Thomas Hanson, or ' Patches' as|jf?» ! ti^s companions called hiim pn ac3||h| I count of the condition of his cjlothesf{;£l ! ?iid boots, was small for his ngje ; hisHf'ff I poor little body looked as tjipu'gh ;rt|j| 1 i ^ujd never had the nourisliimentifi;!;'! j necessary for its healthful ifiiowth.Fj...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

- TJUST OPENED UP ~ \ jtyiM ^H^Bf^ ? /[I; Range of the most {fash* M§| I^PSlwSi ^3 I&-MMER DRESS MATKRIAlidulp il^ltH^&iSi / **„ this side of Brisbane, ^^:-t ^-f ^^SctRI^P / Printed, Floral, Mail. Fanc-.t -uul £ fi?|st!, !P^^|ffiB^if^^0 I j&b!'' These 'Goods nre of tW fit Vj' ift J^^^^IHpS.B^P Jhnd will ^be sold at tlie1 j«ol£! ^tfp ^^SSBfei^^S^ I jjAiiiujiiJibr.-afi^. i^j. ^ ^mhhH, I Shit at a reasonable prict? K Kifiill f-F'f-r'p$ItKK^iiN%i guarantee to give a Perfect II it r,n: j^ife- ^it!£MfflWB^ffi8%k& | faction. Suits to measinjej iror iMa : l&^ffifiJBMMJBs&ffi tijsrns to choose from. If j.--fm IVa p-jj&M. M|fe|i^^|^K|i^^^^ ait 35s.. do so. Tip-top valj;]:! ; | i||;; ^|«^^^ jtcf.es. the farmer, itc, a:idj i ot f-|)i 4%j |!iag I fjiK' ftciaiiw, yo-: car.r.ot do liolterii 'ire[|Kp.- ilk' S. [)-£i|if»ori:s for good, i ? - ? -; II Llffp: ! ||B j I GROOEJRY j y|| |j PKODUG JI if ARTMENT I j jfs now replete with every krticJHjf...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

! K*inf»IM?Mf ' ' The ri'mf;J|r.^'i.,lvr. -1 ;;t !|-^H'4''.ir station }r,r tMnVc;.; ??: 'Hi,- i:^^Rjttcr- ' davtouledfl^-t-.. ilHi :

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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[?]hill. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

Vm'lUI' i Miss K. jHRWilliams, who Ifes been t 3gj'ig at the pro visional s- K here for the Inst five o |H 3-ears, having j tendered h ^wjignation to the Education ffllBartnient, and Friday be: gBihe last day of school dn iR'tlns _yeai-, the committee fflftidered it a suit able time lj( JMpw their appre ciation c\ jjBJHss Williams' \Vorth as \ jrajicher, and de cided to m ; ^pier a small pre sentation, -!s Wtti took the form if a silvp -iSMinted oak ink stand auc^ ? -l Hj-rack combined. The dut\ I «!c:sentino- it fell tjo the lo . if Hie very popular £hairmar | Hie school com mittee (A 1 1\ Wft Edwards), who perforrie 3 s KPart ver3r credit ably. iflJH- S. Best re sponded: I ffiehalf of Miss ^Villiams , | K:\vas too affected to retun j ftfiks at the 1110 fnent, h\A | Bso shorth' after. The othjcjl' Kembers of the committgQ [^w^nt were Messrs. ;J. D. LojIHLretary), J. S. Best, audji^piuimmitt. Miss Williams jl WKy highly spoken fof as a teJIfBfby the parents, :aud this s|||i|| has ah...

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