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Weights for Eumundi Races. MAIDEN RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

^lips for Eumnndi Racf Maidkx Rack. st : .s. C. iC Gharry's Star. . .. y ho H. ^oweke's Rosette .. y jo W; Chamber's Ximrod. . y io e IT j '. kf anthey's Marie . . y j o . 11. Ibuph's Klick. .. o io I£. jMouph's Greygown . . 9 jo T. [Skinner's My Love . . 0 \o G. ! K Lander's Sea Girl . 9 |o V. 'Gaylard's Tip Top . . 9 io ! Mt. Hrwah Stakes. I G. '}?',. Lander's Merton.. 10 . 14 W-?f tsiway's Eau-de-cologne 9 ijo AV.i . Browne's Humbert. . 9; !o H.jJ. 'Atkinson's Ishmael .M js C. t' harry 's Temperance.. Si so ? iEtMixm Handicap. ; i G. II- . ;I^aiu'.ers' Mertou. 10 b Wqs :away's Kan -de-cologne 9 (5 W. 1 1 Jrbwne's .Humbert. . Sid H. Atkinson's Lshniael .. - 8 4 C. C iidrry's Temperance 7 1 0 : Wej.tkr Haniucaj1. - G. Hi J^anders' Merton.. 11 o ; 1'Westjaway's Eua-de-cologae 10 S ! W.ljrow'ne's Humbert. . 9 10 i 'H. Atkinson's Ishmael.. ' 9 |m C. Carry's Temperance 8 \b\ V. Gbylard's Gazelle . . S « j H. Uweke's Rosette . . 7 r II. Mahthey's Marie . . 77 H. H°'Ph's Klick ???? 7 t H...

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

! S. T. H0LBR00K. iGur friend of the Royal Ho. M, Calioolture, is well prepared or! the Christmas season, and wt- n j ? guc rantee that he will satisfy nn jviqt i anything you require in le ~ way of lubrication for the thr it. Lpdk him up when you are pa.s^i g, \ asj he is worthv of a call. |

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

' !} ' H. DYER. H jLandsborough will not be i-ut of. the running this gay and le.jt ve , sejason, as Mr. Dyer has stocked his i vqijious branches of business wjth ' , alii the necessaries to please 'the \. jnc stfastidious. His store, but- er *'' she J3, and hotel, are indeed up - dat e, as a visit will prove.

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

Eumundi. ! Last Fridayithe breaking-up ! festivities in Connection with I the Eumundi; State School | were held in the school ground, ; the event taking the form of; a picnic. Thejre was a good j number of scholars present besides a number of adults. Games of vario'us kinds were played throughout the day, and altogether ;a very pleasant time was spei|t. At dinner time the children sat down and were treated tjo sandwiches, cakes, fruit, eti'c., and all good things by Mr. land Mrs. Gra ham and other Igood ladies, of which everyone enjoyed. ? Mr. Graham (head! teacher) and Mrs. Graham | deserve great credit for their untiring energy for the way in which they made the day pass pleasantly away. In the afternoon, before tea, the scholars were called together to receive their prizes, and some very beauti ful books were handed out. Those who did not get a book received either a doll, mouth organ, drawing slate, etc. Every child received a prize. After tea each child received a bag of mixed ...

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

Caboolture North. The annual breaking-up fes tivities and 'distribution of prizes took pla^e at the Cabool ture North State School last Frida}7. A suim of ^13 had been subscribed b}' the parents, ?and donations in kind had been liberally bestowed j by well wishers of the pchopl. A sum of : £6 was expended in pur chasing prize4books, besides which a large; assortment of toys and other articles embel lished aChristipas tjree, which afforded great jdelight for the little ones. The rhenibers of the committee, and jthe teach ing staff spared no' pains to make the day ah eujdj'lable one for the pupils, who j numbered about ?.oo, as well as tlieir par ents and friends whoj assembled in large numbers toienjjoy the day's amusemeijt. The school flag was hoistejd at! an early hour, a sure sign tljiat' festivi ties were the order -{-f the day. The weather w'jfs all {that could be desired, and (willing hands were ready to lend j assistance in catering for', the i wants of the inner man. j Mafiy:...

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

? IS 1 Peaches1;* '-ti| I t breaking* \i: Welot the X^V»J ^holidays Svjai! ^ebrated on|| h inth inStdi; Stid will dci|^ iess liugeil ilj i K in the mi|-| j-iesof theise! j gs. The ii^iji 'jroutine wpy'. ^^ gone tlij?^ i\\\ until iKolgl, when ]\F-|| Blillegau di-|rS»ed her^ ch|^Ks.; with i [i$| Stions to j rei^n]ibie at ^iisS111- fori tl43^tr'ibutioiii)l{|Sps. The '?? P^Wsiliad be(lni| Red and : ni^||»l before sA jjg| in the \ m\f^mg, and \v^ wwarded | acii^|n^ to efKcl ffi'1 ^es' ', ?soiffi»|ondnet. aikj j Kilar at- ! tei|^»cc : and:': 4' ^ BE °^' tlie ! doiSBjmb thus earn ^11 d dis- 1 tri^afcd ! will d(Hilli;^S| grace | th^Mpnjes of sor.ii\ K;tl:.e re- I cip|J^ms in their o ifj! «-*s, and : he^|«|.oj recall til gkleassut ! sc]ij|«j clays just dW. At th*j|Kjqinted ^nielw| school waiii|M up with O, iMfee ? lan ter||Jiid coloured yjiaKandles* wli|^ ifl^gs and ; pi^B cecor ate|$l| :je ivalls, and a^Rjltgiag tea^^b-'.had pr-pcif^| a pine trei^^B|.i which yfer ^Mig the prel^'s.i The s :h...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Midsum[?] Vacation. BREAKING-[?] SCHOOLS. Yan[?] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

;p MidsurijW Vacation. fttE AKIXG-I IB HI SCHOOLS. Ii vJi. M)ii Friday h«[|B breaking-up lebrations in -u*^Ktion with the indina Stste SJ.B MKoDkthe form I picnic, conc-|a SBdance. Early Ithe day the (|||-91' assembled \\ games of \tai BK kinds were Irtrdy entered | « The ladies 3l gentlemen fiiaNHist'11001 com-: |tee worked li#™firranging for a repasts whira N|;re provided King the dayj 1 Ipore lunch a H'er competiii{-| l^k place for i if-efi, the result) 8; mm 3-5 follow : — I I est bunch oit||Kr:- arranged j |i4th class i Mm— Master C. t drum 1, Mis* ?|iM!eissuer 2, Is K. Burton Uffi I est: button -ho MKisiier E. Bur I 1, Master R. Mm. Wktsl bunch miv* III! a 3rd class K--Miss E. Caijti fM-M/ss Louisa j Kie!judgeswe;r imfcA. Meissner m Messrs. C.| jS and L. W Kjtii'ison. Rae Wji; run oft for Hes of variou.4 '. lH|aud created Bh interest. \. HlKind tea were » ided on thejg BIks. and much pyed by old ;|i Hj|i.s: alike. M' *he time 't mgncert cora *ced, a ].a LWlircwd had pnbled. Mr...

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

!! J. TYTHERI.EIGK. ! Ul V. i 1 Our Woombye leaders y|i|l do gjrt 4'ell to visit the establishment of ||| 'Sir. John Tytherleigh during! the If] » jfestive season, as he has, besijlq-shis rfi Already enormous stock, laki iin a \%\ special and choice assortniint of j|j jgxpcerie.s, etc. His draper!/! and Vf- . l^oots and shoes are- also a npj;cial {if! feature, and we can ' confillifcntly 'Y$\ ir£coniniend a visit to this lij--lo- i|$1 djate store, as the stock is sol ljirge fe !- and the prices so small tluijt j you '|| i tannot help purchasing. j f$

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

\ JAMES HIGGIHSOH. - i: j I Those who prefer the fre*h!est oil *j- I takes, puddings, etc., avia the!;)'? I Choicest of sweetmeats, casmot doj j | better than give Mr.James:I|Iijggin-j'&j ; json a call. His small goods jire oft-^j j the highest order, and will compare! U ? jniore than favourably wijn isomerf'l i hiade in the larger townjjj j His! $ i bread (we estt no other'. — Epi)jis oft f. really good quality, andVcj canj»i i honestly say is equal to any piadej &i in old Limestone. If you should! -^ require refreshments at ait ? jtime, I P \ in the form of a cup of tea, cpffee, 1 % !-ir cocoa, with cakes, you can ij\va\\s{f get it there. I if

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

1 A. HUNTER. ?: ?| jWoombye is well prepardl for t]\e Christinas holidays, as ail I in spection of Mr. Hunter's enticing stock will show, There arrayid in al} their splendour are the|Hest aiijd choicest of groceries, fijuits, e|:c. Tea is a special line and b|iy ohe desirous ofprocurinera deljcibus epp of that which cheers but floes ~~«Bjr'fH€bj'iate should make a ' tfahit of jsecuring a- supply at onsen-. £11' aigeneral store ca'n sj.ogk^is tai be fqijiud in this establishment. Pp1 p^ry, boots and shoes are taking a prominent position, and a.| \he. prices are at bedrock, now iJ; the time to make j-our purchases.j !

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

I j .? J. F. WHITE. I f | I Ales, stout, wines and Apjirits piire and unadulterated, can fod ob . tla'ined at the Woombye jhptel. Tjhe genial host will be pleasfeft to ?nielcome visitors to his dispeiUary, : and the pleasure will be mutual j aijter sampling any one of the qhbice ? 'brands he has 'laid up loj S the (^hristmas trade. Don't forgt-fl ijim. |

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

j J. WILLIAMS. Mr. Williams has not been long I established in Xambour, but never theless lie carries a good stock. For the j festive season he is now ! unpacking fancy toys, special lines j of milliinery, ornaments, fancy goods, qjlass and china ware ; also figs, nub|, fruits, cakes, and confec- j uouery suiiaDie lor me occasion, i Besides ijhese, he has a large assort- ! nient of j groceries and drapery on | hand, asjwell as a good assortment j of ready-jmade clothing. He is pre- j pared t-p execute orders for the J making -j)f children's apparel. J

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

I L MACPHERSON. j Mr. L. Macpherson has not beeii j behind thje times in catering for the coming season. At the back of the 1 -tore a sjiowroom, where fmay be ] seen bloijises, bonnets, sun hats, j collarettes, lace scarves, trimmed j hats of a|l kinds, fancy , haudker- i chief boxes, cabinets, photo frame*, i trays, gl-p\'e boxes, dolls, aprons, ; umbrella*, tancy toj's,5* etc., is pre ssed over by Miss R. Ham ; while a special 'line is made of drapery, ladies' gjeueral wearing apparel, gents' scjarves, shirts, hats, etc. Besides these there are perfumes, j necklets,! and Christmas and Xew ; Year canjs. Mr. Macpherson also j stocks a tood assortment of boots, j

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

Harper's . * i 'SILVEESTAE' . . STARCH IS the Finest Quality Rice Starch in the ilarket. Doe? not stick to the iron : smooth and glossy. Harper's 'ZOUAVE' iSS' COFFEE. Invigorating and Refreshing. ;j ? il Harper's ? 'EMPIRE' COCOA. Pure Cocoa Essence. Half a Teaspoonful to the Cup. Palatable, Strengthening, Economical. DIS IS WHAT I GROflED ON!' Harper's j 'STAR' j OATMEAL.! Universally m Use. j _ j HARPER'S jivena. \ The Best Breakfast Food. | AN IDEAL SUMMER PORRIDGE — I TEAS ! ' Rupee' ' Britannia' fS| For Quality I tyj j and Value, / J See that you get // k ©rands j OBTAIXABLB AT W. Whafley .. H«mknII* f G. S. Preston .. MniD0lI|. : ? LI sj_Bf_J I'wJ, v%-«^ I ? ! {? PJOiV..S SC.: j Are Agent, for the worM'.-* r.i .: : ? j ; ! BOOK.EY Sc CO., London I ? BES8ON & CO., London COUE8NON Sc CO., Paris V ! Estipites and all pnvGcurars mi 9 ' application. Arran^sni-nts n:aile il ' for supplying other than for Cash. H MUSIC — Largest and most corn- 1 plete stock. / M ! 86-88 QUEE...

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

i W. WHALLEY. Mr. W. Whalley's establishment is situatjed opposite the railway gates, apd during late years his ! business; has made rapid strides, i Establis&ed in 19S6, in a small way, j and nowj to have charge of such a j fine store, Mr. Whalley may indeed ! feel prdud. He carries a ven heavy stjock, comprising groceries, ironmongery-, confectionery, dra pery, boipts and shoes, farm produce, tinware,; and furniture. Our friend has stocjeed specially for the Christ mas trade, hams, fruits, confection ery, cakp, puddings, fa'hey goods, and toys of every description. Be sides thigse there are large assort- ! ments 0^'clctthing, lamps, crockery, beds, pc-ts, glassware, paints, oils, i brushes.; toilet sets,- mattresses, j tanks, efce.

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

I' A. GRHFTS. '. ! H Mr. A. Crofts is not behuid.in hi|; department of business, j- e| has a |-'supplj' of medicines sufficient t-J \ cure all the ailments peclilbr tn | (mankind, and there is an amplitude! 1 I |of stationery, pens, pencilsj, ancl ] | jinks in stock. 1 I \ ' : ? i i

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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CHRISTMASTIDE. Around the Shops. MRS. A. TUCKER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 December 1903

iMRISTMAST IDEji Around the Shops. ; (BV OUR SPECIAL Ra«)H[TKR.' J ! i MRS. A. TUCKER. \\ I I j Mrs. A. Tucker has .4k-ifked i jjj j sapply of fruits in seasofil jalso ijjgi j large and choice selection) -j)f so 10 . I j-lrinks» sucb as would maE:^ tablets | (very appetising. A call tip thil^l I iquarter would not be amiss j j j']j

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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MARAN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 December 1903

i MARANaMj:1 ijeali I)| V. (X.I..l|i|S.^Bj [.365 I I lorju::!. [(I | ^Hj

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. WIDE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 December 1903

J0U3E OF KEPn^HjE?. i v/idk itkAJBi lish.r. 4 (r..)..:..J,^Bj: 6.264 S-Lup rt, b.!X.l,.r.|W 3.6at I loriua!. 66 :| '^Bl

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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SENATE [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 December 1903

SENAf£ AV r[ulA if. ([..) ? |i ^B 62...^ S.evs:i-t. j. C (U -| MV. f-'-.Vi I 4vt:,|^. (u ? |f K: 3s.5ts j TJunl.Md.^e. W. IT. -^ ,^Ri .,5.45s I'Jirtlii -to:jitw, J. {.\{ ^H -K-57-' lurRtV,j. (N.r..ir., j| .^K; ;,y,f,sT C|Iassv: . jf. (LI.-). ? ? i -H|;' 29.67s

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