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District News. Palm woods. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

I ? '''? ©isfei - - - - -\ Mews. L-7 1 (Bv Our Owx ; Corkkspoxokxt.) ! Palr-riwoods. On Saturday morning theweather 1 looked anythingi but promising for the picnic to bl- held during7 the' day. Between 1} raid 10 o'clock the | clouds broke url considerably, and ; Lj- the first train between 20 and 30 persons arrived, and proceeded to the scene of revelry. From 'then I on until about h p.m. people came ; from all directions to have a day's j outing, until some 250 persons were ; present, and hajd it not been for j the adverse aspject of the weather \ at early morn, the number would, \ no doubt, have been increased \-\ \ 100 or more. Qames were started I straightaway foi| the amusement ot j all, and at 1 p.iij. the gong sounded j the note ior diniier, to v.-hich ample justice was done. After evervoue had been satisfjed in this respect, j bush games weije indulged in until j dark. The comjmittee had provided about 90 prizes for the little ones, which were run! f°r- Even- child j receiv...

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

Cricket Notes.' The' fixtures under thei auspices of i the IMoreton . Cricket Association will be j resumed on Saturday, the 9th ! instant. The Chronicles meet Landsborough at Lands- 1 borough, Woohibye meet Nam- j bour at Nambour. and the Waiatahs go to Eumundi to play Eumundi-Kenilworth. On the following Saturday, January 16, thle Oiie ^lile C.C., of G\*mpie will meet a com bined team representative of the association on the Lands- ; borough wicket. The names i of the players ichosen for this i match will appear in our next 1 issue, and it i|s to be hoped those chosen j will make it a pointtopla\-. jThis is the initial representative! match for the Moreton district, and it is expected to be1 the forerunner of many more such matches. So far the p'ositiou of clubs '\ in the Association stands : — : Nambour, 6 p|oints, A\roomb3*e ! and Landsboijough 4, Wara- j tahs and Etimundi 2, ? and Chronicles o. j A lose to Nam : bour to-morrow week would ; make matters! in the cricket j arena v...

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

Cricket Match. On Boxing Day a cricket i match was played atTewantin, j between the local team and j tlie Pomona team. Te wan tin \ won the toss, aud sent the \ Pomoxiaites in to bat, aud they ! only succeeded in knocking ? up 29 runs. The wicket was ; decided^* in favour of the \ bowlers, it having a hill in the \ middle, and sloping dow;i to- j wards the wickets. The only ' men to make any sort of a stand were/ Hough ton -and Alf. '. Geary, 8 tach, and Dwyer T- ; the 8 remaining wickets realis- 1 ing onl\- 7 runs. In the second innings Pomona totalled 28 ; . Alf. Geary again being top ; scorer with 8. Tewantin in their first innings made 28, ' Pickering being top scorer wijh 9. In the second innings they were all disposed of for 14, thus leaving the Pomona team victorious bv 15 runs. : The Pomona teani was enter tertained at dinner, and in the evening at a social, by the Tewautiu club. The return match will be played at Pomona ' shortly. , This is the first time Tewantin has beeu ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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FORGERY. TWO CHARGES. G. H. T. JONES Before the Bench. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

FORGERY. TWO CHARGES. G. H. T. JONES Before tlie Beach. At the Nambour Police Court on Wednesday afternoon, 4.^0, before Messrs. W. Whalley. J. T. Lowe. andF. M. Murtagh. JJ.P.. i G. H. T. Jones, late clerk of the ! Maroochy Shire Council, under ar- j rest, was charged with having i forged a writing purporting to be a i receipt signed by one William MeCullagh, of Dulong, for the sum of £(j. Acting-sergeant M'Neil, on oath, deposed that he knew the defendant, G. H. T. Jones, then before the court. Saw defendant outside the Xambonr police station that day at noon, and said to him, ' I have a warrant for your arrest.' Read the warrant to defendant, and said, ' On that charge I now arrest you.' Witness then conveyed defendant to the police station and locked him in the cells. | Acting-sergeant M'Xeill then asked for a remand until Monday, j January 4, at 3 p.m.. for the pro- j duction of further evidence. i Defendant asked no questions, j but made a request that bail be i allowed, to wh...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Original Poetry. Musings. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

Original Ijoejfcrj. MusingsJ Dear friends, before I ilrijip i ivp-en. ZVIy jjreetinjfs shall; 1 «cn»jl aj ain : To please-my taste, ami test my skill In measures I sbali joiidi n_i .? qnill : With utetlitative mind t-i-ni.'ht. I feel inclined to muse did -i-rite. As some parched land iKiiy i hirst for ram I lonj; to live with- vow ajfain ; My truant thoughts are far way With you. my friends, beyoid the sea : And as I thus reflect, tli-j'pakt Oh aiem'ry's pa^e is plafnly cast A thoiisand scenes of by J-»oie davs. I In vivid colours brightly! blijze liefore the mind's reflective [glance Which time and distance alfi enhance ! What lovely pictures I fcnvei caught Tho' vears mav ljridge th : stream of thought, I still can view, as yesterjdaj . The park in which 'we v.-qint to play ; The fields where snowy sjuisliroomsgrew. The dales and glens we niini^-]ed tlirongh ; The rivulet that \v;jmder«jd l»y ; The fleecy clouds sthwatjt tljie sky : The fields whereini^-ou dhihj toiU And raise a h...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Proposes [?]aces. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

IlPbpow llaces. , in I ? iiii IE : -Mliei*e is s m '\ mb of racj^s Mk 'eld d I il It old Nam- j ast RstateTiift llWcli 17th; jp. j TliJ|:t H)e?- which I \ liie intere; [ji 1 H|e in vie\v, j 3 iMmSewhat f p Hj the 'way, ? «-itjis tnpi |- Opy reques- 1 «un jj the 1 ] fi »ae tramway ! jiiisiWl 4fl|ffl!tliat tJiere; Mild ;be no j -|fj flvns on these j w-ijinjls. Sj il^j Slie question i - «:-puK- i'j M ?|i^uc}'' b|u.t KligS niayj fjjjHIle a mo;re aT)oii't in il Bl-tding' the ^AOlVICLK. j[\ ?li-er quarter. I: il - !

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

CHURCH OF [ENGLAND. JANUARY 3. 1904. S- coi id Sunday after Cltristnjas. // Woombve:. — Sa.m., Jjfol ,- Comnit/ion. 7-30 p.m., Evensong. / J Xamboi'r — II a.m.. Matins abd Holy Communion: 7-30! p.m. Evensong- ' Yakdina.— 3-30p.n1.. I^ve isong. Rev. A. Hijcn f.vsr \*icar. ? ; ? j ? . TO-MORROW. ^8 ©vickft itUttdj. ®^ PERREX'S PADPOCK, XAMBCML:R. -HAMBOUR : VERSUS ? I JABOOLTURl!./ I'I_\Y Commences at! 11 30 a.ra^ Butrp. Admission Free, r ^ j A DANCE . ! . Will be held in W XTERI'ORrrS HALL at Xii-ht. Admission.— Gent;. 1;, Ladle* Free.

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Second Test Match. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 1 January 1904

Second Test Match. To-da}* will see i:he second test match between the Aus tralian and English cricket teams commenced at Mel bourne. TheAu5tralian team will be composed of the same players as took part in the first test, excepting that Laver gives place to Trlumble.

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

The Crushinffw— -. The quantity of cane received for /eat- ! ment up to Wedneialay tiigritA'Chejftore- j tou Central Sugar Jtilftotalleii i6.2» tons, j

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

Rainfall./ ' — } The rainfall registered at t^B Xfctnoour statioti for the week ending 9 a.t/. yester day totalled 10 points. ' /

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 January 1904

|3haB[es gilbert, ; wljc.-je agencv t|rt'.j^Ej '. We'll save you money in price, and get the clotl»s * hdifjin a very :-j{:k j^Rc. and guarantee a fit.' IF THK CI.OTHKS DONT ; FljT,: YOU rW^slj^MTi We are making Suits to .order froti 55s., anil cpr i didly invite ins j^^H:; ' i | rrt P^Rft-r*ff rrrT Universal Stores, ' 111. fMlmlieV, Nambour, ' l \ pHent for CHARLES GILBERT. SYDNEY HilRTSaEr, 1 I Corner C«S |H||f / \ : |B R I S] {fll E .7 Vjsi;5i Xamhoni i;^B ? iicycssary. or Acres st.'3i^K^i-.uijoining QV : the RfM.lf (tj^B«Mrs.\\. I'.rad slyiii -, pulong. 'iji'^HJi!' |ery suit aljle i-i Canv and J (^^?f '?yin.J the soil Ijijini' --f :i rich ''illljij^Hi ; ? Sitfiiijtiful Vicwf§ -j^Hjp; su/roundiug diittfe-is, Cape ^S(j^H|:';ud/ MoicUm U.-jv j visual to an1. S :^^B't|t!ieitli.itrict. il-i|r price and p:j§ j^H^ :ipp'y ti- Mrs. Ai pUADSIIAWtf j^B- : -'Chronicle' !l|riictical ^^^??lfI'efv» \ :? ( la^riage 'ill ^H |:f, / C \ jVntnch PolH-.l&c1., I I i' : 1 _-i ' / I V % ?kndina...

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Original Poetry. Nature. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 January 1904

Original Poetry. ? ? Nature. One morning I went for a ramble, ! Xot knowing where'er it might end ; i One thing I had faithfully promised, j To call on a very old friend. j I know there is an old proverb. j That is right both in word and in dee-i; That a friend is a friend if he helps youj, Just at the time when you need. j Now this was a friend and a tried one, j She is called theolddameyou will {inA; 15ut her name I must tell you is Nature,' As she is an old lover of mine. j I knew where abouts I could find her, i Or where she would most likely be ; j She was training a inaiden-haircreeperi t On an old broken limb of a tree. j She saw that I looked rather puzzled, ! As though I could not understand, : How she could accomplish her labours ? As she had then taken in hand. She told me the work was cjuite easy, ? As she had both the mind and the will And old Father Time he would help her And bring with him patience and skill They always accomplish their labours, ? Xo matter whate'er i...

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New Year's Eve in Nambour. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 January 1904

New Year's Eve in Nambonri New Year's Eve passed off very quietVy in Nainbour. J^ few minutes before midnighj:: the engine whistle - of ihk ^Moreton Central Sugar Milil was opened, and a noise kept np as of dyinsr steam for some ten minutes. Crackers, dinj ner bells, and bullock bell^ were in galore, combined witli which was the shouting and cheering of knots of persons,, young and old, throughout the township, all of whicljt went to show that something out of the common was occuij ring. At the Methodist Church a midnight service was held;, there being a fair congregation', the Rev. T. Brassington offici ating. At midnight the towejr bell was rung for some time;. At 1 o'clock hardly any noisi could be heard — quietness reigned supreme. i

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Caboolture v. Nambour. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 January 1904

Caboolture v. Namlbour. Tlie rctutii; match between tiie above clubs eventusited on the Nambotir wicket on Saturday last. Tile visitors arrived by the morning train, and were met by the members of the local club, after which they \vere escorted to Kelly-V hotel, where a hearty -welcome was accorded thein over a social glass. An adjournment; was made to the ground, where play was commenced shortly after wards. A. 'Ifoms led the visiting team, and V. Oayiard the local men; the former winning the loss electedto take the field. Nambour's stay at the creases was not of long duration,* as they only managed to get iS runs. iCaboolture followed, anil at luncheon tinje had two wiclietsdown for 25. Dinner ^vas provided at Mr. Winter - ford's hotel.j and at the conclusion of same, Mr. Tcjms expressed the pleasure the Caboolture team had in being present, and aiso thanked the Nambour team for the welcome- tendered them. Messrs. Gavlard, Ilpbson, and Wilkinson re sponded on ; behalf of the local...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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CRICKET. Nundah v. Caboolture. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 January 1904

CRICKET. Nundah v. Caboolture. The Xundah t.C. jourueyetl to Cabool tuxe on Xe--v Year's Day, and there met the local cricket club. After an interest ing ami pieasaiijt game the Nundah team came ont victorious by 16 runs. Appended are the scores :-j— Xcsdah. — First Tnniiiss. H. Krone, b. Hjill .. .. ..10 D. Fraser, c. Aj Uhlman, b. Hill . . 6, D. Leary. b. Hill .. .. .. 2 A. E. Oxenhadi, c Sullivan, b.Hill.. S C. Donkin. b. $ullivau .. .. iS W. Clark, c. Parker, b. Hill. . ? ..2 A. J. Powell, c.i Biprgs, b. Hill . . 12 J. Doheny, ruii out .. ? .. ..3 P. Cooper, runjout .. .. Q Abrahams, c. A. Uhlmac, b. Sullivan o Trones, not oujt .. .. .. 3 Sundries i .. .. ?? 3 Total- ? 66 Bowling:— DJeUit, o forS; H31, 6for46 : Sullivan. 2 forlg. Caboolture. — First Innings. A. Toms, b. Kifone . . . . 6 A. Hill, b. Oxenham . . . . 14 W. Uhlmann, ib. Leary .. ..6 A. Uhlman, l.b.w. b. Oxenhani . . 1 P. Dobson. c. Leary, b. Doherty . . 2 J. Sullivan. b.iDoherty „ 5 G. Bitis-s, l.b.w- b. Oxenham .. ...

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District News. Obi Obi. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 January 1904

-. - jjfows. (By Our Owx | C'.irrisspoxdknt.}. _i ? Obi -bbi. Just a few liiies to .lemind \'ou j lhat there is sijicl a place as Obi | Obi, and also tlfcitjthe people here ! are not altogettibr dormant, t! vigjh you have not hliaikl from us siiue : you started yourjpuper ; lean assure j you we are just! a-; wide-awake as' those in any ptl er part around Aambour. , 1 wiouid have sent you a few notejf befcjre, only I was hop ing an abler peju lihan mine would do so ; but; not eveb a 'coci-ee' has ' been heard froiji uh ynt, so, as 1 do' not wish Obi Obi to be left in the dark, I will lakij tlce initiative. The election.-^' and the Christinas holidays passed off very quietly, iiot even | an |mgTy word being spoken or fi bloiv st:ruck. Our old frien^, Mr. \¥. I.ickefett. has given hp thie qiail service, and intends g'-H''ig |in | exlensLvelr for fanning aiid pig-niising. He has been succe-eded ias hiaihnan by Mr. A. GoethsJ who] from what I know of him, is it goold '[whip,' and has my ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 January 1904

I IPSWICH. 1 I X;i»ruier»' Pnces : i ? i JMaizt: (prime only) per bus 1^ 2s 6d IButter (farmers*) *i*erlb ;4d to 6d ? 'i „ (factory) per lb .. Sid jCreaui, per lb' . . . . 3»d IKjUJsv, per doz . . . , 71I ijlone)', per lb .. 'Cominal, : iBeestiux, per Jb .. ...Sdtoiod; ! fiucienie Chan (prime) per ton : Comiuul; jMixed Cbaif, per ten . . 2« to 30s; Lucjerne Hay ? Nominal; ^ ' iRoostt-rs, per paij . ? ? ? | 2s 6ilj ; 1; I-uck:i, Kn^lish. per pair . ' 2s 6dj ij |l)uckti, Muscovy, ,. ,. . 3sod| !? Tnrktys, hens. , ,, . 4si i' jTurkc\-s,Kou'»I-;rs,, ,, . \ 10s! j ;I*igeois, V*r pair . . . ; 9-i |i Ritail I-tiees: ' ' j $-ngiar, lxst white . . 13s od pi r !-a£ net j: j cash. 14s cxl booked! nndwliite .. i« od pr^ oil? bag; net cash I : Moijir— ; ' ; '? ! ! Ipswich ^leatherbell .. 19s t.i leticash ; i »?^«ioaw, ?? Kjsodnet ca h^ 2-te od, I, ' 1 * i l-ooketl ' j ' I-j)H)iniiin 195a1. r.ct ciish, 2« otjlnjoked; ! Otieen of Patents 20s net cah, 2:= oli i I ?.. , booked , I I »{i3ii3dti .. 26...

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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 January 1904

THE!B}\LL. At night upwards of thiily couples assetnliiled in the School of Afts^ Avhere a night's dancing was indulged in. Mr. J. Bendixon ofJBc: ated as master of ceremoniejs, while music (accordeon) \yas snpphed^by Messrs. D^Coghijl, H. Kuskopf, F. Kuskopf, £, Wright, and P. Carroll. At close upon midnight , a j very tempting variety of refreshments was served in the j Criterion Hall, to which I ample: justice was done. To this part of tiie proceedings credit must be given to Mesdailnes Radclme, Henry, Hermiir.i,!?. Kuskopf, J. Kerr, and Miss M. Kuskopf for the way I in which the}- j attended the tjabtes. Dancing j was kept goinjgf jtill the earl}- 1 hours, of the lijioirning.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 January 1904

' ! *f Chronicle Off ce /or '^bli filing-, from a da^ntj'i '*-^/fpi Card to a Poster. i| ?: ; x ? :' I :r CI?i| 5.H.1'] M JB? Kerosene Oil Iji B:NCi XK.fi M '?£ all complete. TJ I #'*1 IKi1. p g-S '^^B Kerosene Oil 5 fe j ?N I-: fflJv^ pi ^?trtable or sta tiii eiij i'o/jrj ffl -fK at Woombye ?ti -nfijls T({Zi*iip$jHpoi.oMi-:\v. ?,Pfni-; srj lio^PcoURT or fc| tlli Will of W$ ..Bm I'KRRKX, \\~, Jt|nior, late o^ltii i^K- '-ut formerly 'ij folk(\amI-our,jJrfiSi J^K?te of Queens i{V t\Av\. fanneri life :'|Hl, and in the |; iTKr.STS oi\Vk ^K of the said 1;; U\ji'.lliam I'errf||i| ilK - l| \y\\iCK IS ijjlfijl Itm RIVEN that J i t^ji ACCOUNfft^HEHURHOBBS 6 I pEORC.EjjM :^K' THOMAS tt $ lijfi, the Kxefjitjj: aB'l Trustees of |j Jarkn'e-nainedjKK&i lSB-m thctwenty ?| tl.^lay of Maitj^ \j; ilBLliousand nine H di -d and thr^ylfe :SBj4i;venth day of !ij-i Jsiiiber, one %UiW l^Braine hundred liM JtljreeJias-thJjJB .-^K-i filed in my «? fer ,'au\y verijif-;i wSf sa'(^ -Arthur Jlfj Ibiiand'...

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ATHLETIC SPORTS. W[?] S. MITCHELL [?] THE DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 8 January 1904

i ^thijmH sports. 1 S. Mddfl .[j^Bi THE DOUBLE. i iA lngjlj |H?jo3-able and \\ jccessfn||| f-lH-fs . gathering iv is held ||;j iBihow Grounds, ^Joo:nby(^.j'|yH['Vida3'' (New Vpar's li|^|).:H There were ;c|uie oOOjfclijH; persons pre- ! ke lit, whi^||\ -H'highly satis fn :torv. |i|il|( Birate takinars ai lountin'^jiji '».~4 5,s ,) when' tl e condi|f['k 9' the weather j h ling ar-|S|jt' Hlinto consider- j U 011, as ijjij (:i Hj-arl}' morning j pcme he4^ ii Bhvers of rain' jfe 1, whili! !ijiHi-s again fell' il rougho|j|j» day. The [ |ji|occecls I ij iy: -Sie event arc to j hi devotej Is ]?? JHiisting one of j I life agecjjf i1 Hients' whose IJKJakh f^ilrj3|past twelve inpuths hli ;'ijw' veiy nnsatis ;|Vt:tory. If \ jillMfieials for the j u:,i.y were k | l»ow : — Judges, ! ^Hessrs. l^ilBipsoii and J. Rose. ju|i|i*»rter, Air. J. j ?.Miayton ;! I ;|H':ringer, Mr. j ::'lihain ; l|}iWwppers, Messrs.! ::r£ Snnth!]|:'|J\Valers, and J. j jif. WilsdJlULckeeper, Mr. | il\V. ^ll'IBi committee, ?M...

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