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New Ma[?]tract. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

IPeiMa il [tract. v I illnbvmaill j] Hj-cts, under ft| I Commonj^l v| HI: start to!- i ;^i 1 If here }|f i| K changes j |i I ihis ! distrte ;j ni we have ; Ijie \ j'v cpnfidem I H,t the con- ! |ti I '-torsj \vill|| \\ lit their eii- | ?l;g 1 'emeiit fai^'] is ?Ijaiicl well j \

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Banana [?]put. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

Ipanajii^ liHjput. I I |iie follow^ p Mfntities of p& |na.s'^-crej|; : -j Him Gerald ol [: ^Olli ^iei! '? ^ Hhvee^ 'ni \ frj| ipmiier : -[[ M Wmy, 6,047 ' PJi'iesl ; M(i| (| H, 15,036;;! jpjjj ^8,0)75. H. ji Hliextweek1; m jiieyi 9jji}j fflj Adelaide,

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
North Coast Central Association. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

fioM. Coast GeiiM ji- I Association. !) The following rules were passed b3' the North ] Coast ^pe*atrat Association, an Ishould . prove interesting: to th i jinem |-ers thereof: — j |! ! General Objkct -. I i! ti To foster and advanqefby all j fight and just means the! jjgricul tbnil industry, and to wajtcih over aiiid protect the privileges anil rights ^FeVerv association or sooi^y that fftxy be affiliated with the? North -Soast Cehtral Associations ? |j a. To- Obtain the best infpmation j tipon all tnattters affectiugj the wel- j fare of 1 agriculturists, isitch as j 1 *tiMrkets,jp*riceoi products, jmanwes, j steed, agricultural implemeki^s, cold i ^Storage, cj-anide plants and «henii- 1 calsi,and the sale and puiptase ofj j(rodaces &c. Promote and epcourage , tjjie establishment in the district by ; «jo-operation or otherwise of butter, ; cheese, and bacon factories or anyi --ther agricultural inidustr-j. '. |': 3J To Iook alter all legislation: sjffecting agriculture. To...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

' It seem* to me. Martha, flat 'it' is nothing but reckless exitntvapmcejpnV ting that solid mahogany: ftrmltarein the nursery.' - Xo. it i-in'tHnything of the kind.' protested bis wife.: ' '.the -polish on thafrforniture is altogietnes too wtjw. I haven't been able to niiiifce anyomi Txw here that it was tnbented front my xfeat grandidother. It will be| all night »ft«jr it's been in the nursery ajftrw iw«dtK,&

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Old Year Reve[?] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

-^*C3TBrV€?ar R^vwHrfJP ? — i i [BV SKCUNljHIS.] I Another vear has piissijd away, another inilestone is reached ire the journey of life, and it would be welj for us to Svith draw from the crowd'foria period of jself exnmination. When th^r -year Itjpj catnc in with ji°°d wishes andjbriKht hopeft, we went forth with new resolutions unrtjjre.sh deterininution.i to fisfht tjhe bnttle off life, to overcome the difficulties, and to live a better life; but ns the clJiv* and months passed by the Qreshnesii of our aidour wore off, the air castles «ve built, so full of vows and promises vr|nish(!d intif the air. ami to-day we arc forced to cofifeHs that it is easier tostoreup i(ooil intentions in the heart than to put ithem into prac tice. Man is frail we kijow, unit lejft to himself he is liable to enj. The frailly oF onr nature, and the chilling infltieiuics of the world have . provertj oftentimefi to» much for us to withstand. During the year 1903 many have faiijed ami they arc weaker and...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RACING. Yandina Races. EAU-DE-COLOGNE AGAIN SUCCESSFUL [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

RACING. Yandina Eaces. EAU-QE-C0L0G3E A5AIN SUCCESSFUL On Monday the annual races, under the auspices of the Yandina Race Club were run off, and des pite the fact that the weather con ditions- during the early part of the day were anything but promising, some Soo or 000 persons put in an appearance at the racecourse, but the large attendance wasduegreatly to the fact that the Gynipie ^Model Band held a monster picnic at Yandina that day. Two special trains were utilised to bring the picnic party down, the number on the trains being estimated at con siderably ovei icco people. The racecourse was in capital order, and even-thing was gone through like | clockwork. The crowd was very ] orderly indeed, the duties of the police, as a consequence, being light. Mrs. A. Tucker. Nambour. had charge oi' a fruit stall, and seemed to be doing good business. \ while Mr. J. Donnelly, ot the Aus tralian Hotel, and his assistants had an exceptionally busy time of it in having to deal with such a j l...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CRICKET. CHRONICLES V. WARATAHS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

CRICKEnT Chronicles v. \V-ULVrAiis|. An impromptu rrsatch bet^ireea the above clubs eventuated) on Saturday last, the Chronicles fcjring victorious by three ; wiclkets jaud two runs. D. Welwter arid J. iPer rin did good work batting for the winners, the former's score being; indeed meritorious, while Crovrley. Party, Preston, and L-\. Perreri did very serviceable worlj: fortneldsinj side. It will be noticeil byj the appended scores that the Warajtahss played a man shoVt, othettvise a more exciting game \souldpave no doubt resulted. : Th« fieljiHuff on both sides, with a fjew esceptlons. was simply wretched, and many chances were lost thriouglt the UredL feeling so prominently displ^yed^ The tollowing are thtjr scores i-f WaR-Wahs. — Virs;t tnnitj^. i J. Crowley. b. Cronk ! . . J- 9 J. Bowen.'run out .. ; .. J. » O. Preston, c. J. Perren, il-. Cti-nk J. 4. E. Parry, c. Hijyoils*m- p. Cronk i. 4. A. Sauriders, b. Astill .. .j. o W. Perren, c. ami tx. Cronk.. |. S J. Burke, run out .. ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

THE BALL. ' i At night the annual race ball j took place in the Excelsior hall, j and was attended by upwards of 70 j couples. Mrs. L- W. Wilkinson, | and Misses Donnelley and Ken- I nedy (piano), Messrs. J. Gold, P. ! and J. Carroll, B. Etheridge (violin) j J. Glover, J. Potts, and otkas (.accordeon). supplied the music, while Messrs. H. Goeths and L- W. Wilkinson officiated as masters of j ceremonies. EacL dance had to be ! gone through twice to allow of even 1 a little comfort being obtained by I those tripping the light fantastic. During the evening Messrs. R. Ken nedy and Dobson obliged the com pany with songs, while supper was obtainable at the Australian Hotel. The proceedings were: brought to a close earl}' next morning.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The First [?] Match. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

The First| §?( Match. .'I KrJ-rit .le-iil ?-CAa^^mi;'-i whs caus-eiL .luj^ithe matylj -f ^B^ Wo!fe'* Sch' i na*« Mn«:ourn|;e|:rJ|^H^-r5&nin!i, 6«L j for* %-ejrv asMitioif «|^W* V,'5 extra for I ih&ocA ami /I f- raj^B«*ch '-ismiasing j anWri%;Ur-h:naa . ;«j^M^-fores on top j w'i» ii' !??*? & ^:i3^B|S'r^lnPCT comes I neCfcrhis 1.S5 ^:t-3^B'r fA- Hill re ce-S-i '.p os. M., l}«^Bh!;s. : and for ca»es Kfliy, I * , «ijl^B'ie!!l aml Ann' stiSx ,e:ich rectri ttBj^H ! :

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Throwing up [?] in Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

11 'Rifling np!)»lr in T i-_- 1 -(i hal.ij (.t-ij 9sh 'pthe ' heai: w :j:h is no;tj \ ^Rfi|[uently j foui d i: riding ^'Ofi Wmi ^lse t° i van ins anises. It, ji.^ 9K| |car.sed : by t x- .- -vcre bittijs^ fllf^1 hurts : the ior? *s month a.;^ fBl^s him ; to throw tip his htruclj ^Ke!r to tr-- j rand reli' \c himself ?§ ^K bainful : pre; surtf cjn the barsj |B}^i lower jaw. Thci remedy iij ^Bl £ase is obvious.? .The an'iijuj ^Bhhestion mtijt beiless severely- ^B{-j-either by substjtiiting a -naj S^Bj;|IIe tor the outik-. or — sIk-uI* i^Bf^e «ot go v ell |irj a snaffle.* ^?|:^ rider prefer a jcttrb and b^ ^B!''10. tne forn er, t-\! ttsing a m- g^^iyl bit. A mile curfb^should havi 9K-^\- thick moi; thpieCe, a lovf pi ^B'-:- s'iort Iqwtr clre-jk ends; tl| ^KiN^tild not jxceevi a length ?« ^Kjiithat of the ippt-r jends of thif '^Kw-r ^e n»ilc action of a curbf* j^Krfescrip tion shoitljd be rendeiri ^Bpijmilder j by p aciijg;the montKa! i|^^feiVly low ! dow 1 in ttrje mouthv;3 imilS.usting...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shire Council Elections. MR. G. ETHERIDGE BEFORE THE RATEPAYERS [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

Shire Council Elections. MR. G. ETHERIDGE BEFORE THE RATEPAYERS; On Tuesday, December 22, Mr] George Etheridge, who is a candi-J date for the seat in Subdivision Xoj i 2, rendered vacant on the Marooch}| ? Shire Council by the resignation otr ! Mr. D. H. Mitchell, addressed rj,' number of ratepayers from the' 'Chronicle' verandah. Mr. Wj i Lanham was voted to the chair anq : introduced the candidate in a few l well chosen words. j Mr. Etheridge said he stood befort j them as a candidate for several : reasons. One was that he thought j they were entitled to a member ; from down the creek. There wa? ; to be opposition from the Range, | but he thought there was a kind of ' unwritten law that one man should represent a certain part of the sub- ; division, such subdivision being ! divided into three parts. They had j a man representing Yandina, one j at Eumundi, and another at Kenil- i worth, and in Xo. ?; there were i men on the Council from Mont ville, Buderum, and Woombve. In Xo. 2, t...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Cricket Match To-morrow. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

Cricket Match To-morrow. To-morrow (Satxircjay) the j Caboolture C.C. \vi\l visit I Nambonr to play the Nambour ; C.C. the return match | on the local wicket. The visitors will j arrive by the morning train, ! and after beine welcomed bv ! the officers and members of i the Nambour Club, I will be j escorted to the convincing i ground, where play wjll com- ' mence on their arrivijtl. An . adjournment of an ; hi-tir for | luncheon will take plate at i p.m. The following j players will represent the Jjfambour C.C. : — V. Gaylard (j:aptaiu), Alleti Perren, Arthur! Pen-en, j L. W. Wilkinson, J. K[ennedy, G. C. Young, S. J. Hojbson, F. Ferris, L. Macphersos, T. Tucker,' and L. D. ^urtagh ; emergencies, W. ~E. | Soutter and J. Ryan. j

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RACING. Eumundi Races. EAU-DE-COLOGNE WINS THE DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

1RACING. ' Eunmndi Eaces. j EAU-DE-COLOGNE WINS THE DOUBLE. Some two to three hundred per- ij sons were present on the Eumund |i Racecourse oh Boxing Day to wit- ! ness the races run nnder tht ; auspices of the Eunmndi Club. Tht track was not in the best of order being of a blacksoil nature anc onlv newlv chipped and made up while the tew showers which fell iq the early morning did not tend tc improve matters, otherwise every thing else was satisfactory, th- course '»eing on level country so that the horses could be watchet from start to finish. ? Mr. Edga ?? Jeffries ran a booth on the ground and did very good business ; as die also Mrs. A. Tucker (Xambour)J with a fruit stall. The crowd waa very orderly, there being nothing one could take umbrage at. Mr. S . Kelly as secretary and handicappe ' proved very courteous and obliging} The other officials were: — Judge}. Messrs. W. Beausang : starter, C . Chambers : clerk of the course, W . Gridley ; clerk of the scales, E . Griffith ; s...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Maroochy Shire Council. The Chairman's Stakes. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

Maroocby Shire Council. The Chairman's Stakes. As .the time goes :orj specu lation becomes rife as jto whom j; the honour of being; Chairman. | of the Maroochy Shirej Council j may fall upon. So; far there j .seems to be three stariters for ! this event, Tramway,! Mimdi, ! and GX., each of whom seems i to have his share of jbackers. j But much remains in cfoubt, as i it is not known how the new i member for No. 3 subdivision is going, nor is it knoivn how the present candidates] for the J other subdivisions feelj on the question. At present! the bet- j ting is— 'j j Evens .. .. O.I. j 2 to 1 . . . . Mtnjuli f 7 to t . . . . Trafmvay I

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

1^ ! I till 1 Hver, Want., [&bM ! H^ il«t4. -iiiiHn ? i j Range of U« mAt HPfSfM jjgjiHi| H 5 SUMMER DREES MA'[JERIAIB!!itt r | ^HH^iH ij printed. Floral, H.»il,Fan.iy,:ui-l Iliafi ! SgSMmWXsSSSm ; i Buslins, Indigo Priiils, Ze&lyis, ! ij«M, ! HSHiiBBSBjfHH I :j &c. These Goods are of -.5ic best. HrjjH'. : ^giinigBKipgSw I, | pj^A?* at 4 welif t^^K& \ . | tmQRiM.-d^»||| i *JHJ| » ij Suit at a reasonable pff*?- iffllW fej^«^ I ; guarantee to give a Perfecl Fit anpjf|| £^l|iflulwi^ \ ! faction. Suits to measilre J roisl! lg;s$| p4^^H|niil i Trou^rs i2.s..6d., with iloo clio U|ff te^WH|i»f#, I terns to choose from. Iflyou hfc | t^l^^HiKW jj tried my Indigo Serge read|-to-we 5^1 ^ ^^^^HlS^ |1 — ^T iHiMHI I. i BOOTS m SfI0£:3!l!MHB| ! s^o^^fc' Jii hNI ; ? I; If you want Boots that vill we # Wk ~^%W^mwM®MW§ i ;| steel for the kiddies at sch- bl, the ii|M $? ;pf. '?%«Mgifcy£gii^ I getter, the farmer, &c, am not foi^itiift ! - \ ggM'; !! the ladies, y...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

;?!? i . : \ i| 5 ROIYAL HOT&Lli ? f'J7 ! Cabooliture. !(j{| W\ S;T. MLJBEOOI !jj| / j (I'Rorkir.TOR) . : I \M 'i TTA'S thoroughly renovated the ahojtjW; '. xX H olel and made extensive a-irtitioii| , i jf. ? ajnd solicits from the gcmrrsJ public, p. 53 : cjoistinviance of past favours. jsj 1 53 ! 1 Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. , ( J i2 ' M : 1 t'i $ ! FIRST-CiLASS TABUS AND ACCOpOOATlOjU p |. I Billiards. --? Stabling. {.?»» II — ]? ill ?| New Friends are ever welcoinj?. and o|jH !«j !' ! ones ever dear, i Ji i s* :: ! . .I! -Jiji:

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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The Chronicle. Nullius addictus jurare in verba magistri. NAMBOUR, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1. The Old Year. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

Nullius addhiiis jurarc in vcrba magisiri. Nambour, Friday, January i. The Old. Tear. Amidst a -whirl of festi\-ities, excitement and bustle the old year has passed away ; and its end forms a distinct landmark in our lives, at which we shall do well to consider because of its relation to the present and also to the future. Let us never forget that the past bears considerably on the present and the future in some form. We often say ' Let bygones be bygones,' biiried with the past and be forgotten ; but who has thought of the influence they have shed, the mischief they have done, and the incalculable loss they have inflicted ; mental arithmetic fails us here. How ever, the past is beyond our recovery — we have ended an other year arid commenced a new year, and we shall do well to turn together to the solemn thoughts that the past and the 1 present engender. ! The year that is past is one 1 that will be remembered long. The political power, in the form j of the woman's franchise, j add...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

I ReMJ | | : cm cijST too mimj 'aHpn rfiif''Mi Von in jght j;o to a city tai or. but it wit : ^^U||. ! '» H|[I MffP I: be expensive for yen, and you can't j;c!j 'JBfB^^BT -i* IfSfjl^HBl I'*-'-; mm \l Now, here's wif take M[if^M ;/;jj^gM9[§ What WC'II meainre, helpv»i}M^Bl;||fraHH| ; °° w y»- 4-HtflH SflM I lion from a bigger wngc ofj samples Uniil ??K^H^l v 1^B9I1BhI | i - - . ?;?) iE9^HB!r|BH!;[HKli a coniitn- tnilor ever carrSrd, and 1iavjH.:gtB^^MB1;; MlMft IBBBsH J your clothes made by a first -class Bft.fr: {'MCSE^B^ibNlMtuleBliSMs i ?janc Uiilor, namely ... . ^ j i]f9HH^pKI PHwl : CH ARLES | If LIHrt, whose Bgency we hold. We'll save r ?-{|; ifwjijey in price; ;:jj^»W i.\u: clothes ': ?aer« in a very short time,- and jjuara'iifflhiKiv. '' IF THIdljBH ££. DOX'T FIT, YOU DON'T PAY. We are ui; Jkjlfels^its to ordej-i frKB ;.. and cor ; (lially invite inspection. ij ff*1 i ! if |Bl! ! ; ; Agent for||liLES fJHT.' Motet egbeetso^j A SOLICITOR, ! I ! Corner George-street \ ' and Burn...

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Nambour Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

Nambour Methodist Chnrci. A Christmas service was conducted in the evening by the Rev. T. Brassington. There was a fair congregation. Suitable hymns and anthems were rendered by the choir. A special feature of the service Consisted of a number of chil dren, trained by Mrs. Brassing ton, who gave, in lieu of the lessons, Bible responses bearing on the Incarnate Redeemer interspersed with singing, a Christmjas dialogue, and also an action EJoug entitled ' Ring ing for Jegus.' Miss Lanham, in the absence of Mrs. Reid, accompanied on the organ.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Christmas in Nambour. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

Christmas in Nambour. Christmas Eve passed off very satifactorily so far as the business people of Nambour were concerned. Paims were used for decorative purposes by Messrs. W. Whalley, G. S. Preston, J. Williams, A. L. Kelly, L. Macpherson, W. H. Winteriord, and ?Mrs. A. Tuc ker, while the railway station was exceptionally well done in this respect by Mr. G. Webster, the local station-master. As the evening train entered the station, she exploded three fog signals which had pre viously been laid on the line. Crackers and coloured lights of all descriptions were in evi dence, not only in the streets, but at most of the houses in the j township, and this lent much to the gaiety of the occasion. There was no disorder of any kind whatsoever, so that the duties of the police were light, no arrests being made, a fact which stands to the credit of the inhabitants.

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