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HUMOROUS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

HUMOROUS. Eari.y Ristng.— Thompson and Siriims lived opposite each other in a narrow street. T^iey were going on a fishing excursion' the other day, and as they wanted to be sure to wake in time toj catch the early train they -ran a bit of clothes-line across the street ill at the second storey windows, atjd each one tied an end to his leg] so that if one awoke the other would immediately feel a pull. | The scheme was a|n excellent one, and we know of no reason why, under ordinary circumstances, it should not have worked well. But about five o'clock that morn ing some labourer^ assembled in front of Simms' for | the purpose of ) erecting a telegraph pole. When the,hole was. dug thjey began to put the :pole upon end. j But unfortun ately it slipped- down with tremend ous force upon the clothes-line. ; Mrs. Sunrns was [very much sur prised to see Henry- go over the foot of the' bed and shoot feet foremost out of the window but even she was not more amazed than -Mrs. Thompson was when ...

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 — 14 August 1903

Sotirje. I If any subscriber does not receive his- | paper, let him write to this office direct '/ a. hen the error will be adjusted. j/i4_ AH communications to be addressed to* . /* 'L. W. Wilkinson, Nambour.' ;. ~ Vie do not undertake to return manu- ' sc ipts, whether accepted or not, but will .; do so if the writer ei.ptr-scs a wish, to that effect autt enclozes sufficient atamp» to cove? postage. ' - Coirespoiulertce freely invited. Utmost' ' 1 secrecy olwervert. Xo notice will be taken of discontinue tiou of the Chroniclk. unless at the end or the term, ami then only providing tlleir subscriptions are paiif. .. ' Subset iberstre earnestly requested to forward their s inscriptions regulaiiy. -;

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NORTH PINE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

North. Pine PckrcE Court. At the North; Pine Police Court on Thursdav, before Mr. Ranking, P.M., 'and Mr. H. O'Loan, J.P., four ' cases of illegally using a horse were dealt with as follows : — Ludwig Suess was fined i £2 :-, or six months, for illegally using a horse by his agent, Patrick Brennan; .Thomas O'Hagan, ;£ 10, with 1 os. costs, in default three months ; Alfred Byans, ^5, with ros. costs, ,or three in ouths ; . Patrick j Brennan was discharged. Mr| Quinlan ap peared forSuess. j Theheariug of the cases lasted all day.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Blasting Accident. ON THE DULONG TRAMWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

Blasting Accident.* ON THE DULOXG TRA1UWAY EXTENSION. On Wednesday issi a painful and somewhat Serious accident befel WitiTam Howard, 27 years of age, a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Howard, of Nambour. From what we can gather, it appears that the young ?ieitew, who was employed as a powder-monke3' on the Dulonj;, ' tramway extension, had charged a j hole, arid, immediately after he lit' the fuse a bag of powder which was lying on the ground close by Mew up, Howard receiving the ? full effects. He commenced to run, but fell before he had proceeded many yards, and on his workmates hurry ing up he was found to be in a pitiable condition. His face was considerably scorched and black ened, the eyebrn-ncon/i ?nvanstache being burnt away, and he was severely burnt about, the hands, arms, legs, and body. With all haste a horse and sulky were ob tained from the residence of Mr. J. Smith, which is close to the scene of the accident, and that gentleman, drove the sufferer into , Nambour, where he wa...

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 — 14 August 1903

I' i ' Who s» th» fortontto Agents fat tfcft LOWEJT PRICSLJ. ;| |€*SY TIMS P&V7rt£KTS. T- ComriMing proof (4 the unrivalled good 'I Tjlao of our Snetrustents is evidenced in 1 ' tbe&cto{oarcTer-;iicr«MingbtHfsaat«. il 11-11 jyein street, SfttDmi. '-. ?i?'--'»mh-.- ? ; -????. v '_ -22- ,: j. l^HNHMKBMII ? » ?

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 — 14 August 1903

Tenders for Railway - Timber. The follcnving tenders have been accepted for timber :; — P. Dwy er, 1 40,000 super feet of hardwood logs, delivered at Traveston ; Walker and Gri gor, for 120,000 super feet of pine logs, delivered at Palm woods ; Grigor . and McCarthy, for 20,000 super feet of cedar logs, delivered -at Lands borough ; J. Simpson and Co., for 10,000 super feet of cedar logs delivered atXandsborough.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Chronicle. Nullius addictus jurare in verba magistri. NAMBOUR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. FEDERAL LEGISLATION FOR PAPUA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

jNuIHus addictvs jurare in vtrba ? i magislri. I' iSTAMBorR, Friday, August 14 'Federal Legislation for ?j ? ? Papua. —I- LA unique ojiportunity is afforded for trying the. effect of some of the advanced radi Tical and sociological ideas of i imodera-day reformers, inlegis 'latmg for the administration ?' of the territory of New Guinea, '-i or as it ; is now to be called, \) £apua, by the Commonwealth / Parliament. In the Bill which has just passed through the House of Representatives it is provided that there shall be no :: .further alienation of Grown * lands, and if it passes the Sen ate in its present form, the ^unearned increment' will not ,|-e ? diverted from the public treasury into the pockets of ^fe^du^^speculators, most . of whom talc? care not to risk the dangers nor endure the hardships incident to pioneer ing life in such; aland; but who quietly await the creation of values Which go to enrich them, often at the cost of other men's lives. Another piece of wjiat may be ca...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
What Otters Say About Us. IPSWICH STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

What Others Say About Us, Irswicn Standard. 'We have before its a copy of. a new publication: called the ' Namliour 'Chronicle,' which isprintedand published in Nambour by the oublisher and editor, ill-. L. \V. Wilkinson, -;on of Mr. J. Wil kinson, M.P. The paper is to be published weekly, awl juu«injf by the appearance of its first issue it will be a }jreat acquisition to the district in which it circulates. The editor anouunces that the 'Chronicle,' will not be used as the mouthpiece of any particular politician, and that its political policy will be on the. broadest Hues of liberalism. The ' Standard' cordially wishes 'Mr. Wilkinson success in his enterprise.'.' ' . Lockyer Star, . ' We have received the first copy of the ' Chronicle,' a new paper with its birth place at Nambour, on; the North Coast Line. ' The Chronicle' is neatly printed and contains a lot of local news, besides other interestiiiffinfornuition.andincludes prints of Mr. Wilkinson, tlie Federal member for Moreton...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NO MORE ENDOWMENTS TO LOCAL AUTHORITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

1 1 No More Endowments to Local Auth^^ jties. In bringing fonJi the Esti mates for 1903-4 in our State Parliament the ot|«( r week, it was stated that thet' 1 would be no endowment -taiatever to municipalities or ; k [lire coun cils on rates collecaad by them for this incoming jte ir. Under the new Local Auijh mties Act for 1902, these bodije ? are given power to increase tl ie rates to a much greater pej* :entage in the £ than at prese nt exists ; but in view of thji fact that endowment was giv;;n only a few; months back,!bnd no in timation made thai! it would be stopped, the 1 ite-notices were sent out 01. ! somewhat similar valuations to \ vhat ruled last year within te various divisions. Now tl}; : this en dowment has been -? -pped, the amount of money 1 : the dis posal of the counc s will be materially lessened and, as a result, the same attention, pos sibly small in some' =5reas, can not be given as was done in the past. Even witty 1 he money that has been availafa i 2 through...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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TOMATO CULTURE, IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

~ TOMATO; CUUvUR]?f IJ? - ? 'AMERICAN ' The place where |6inat6 culture 'can be said; tp hs.Ve. attained1 its highest Regret- of f perfection -is Crv-stal 'SpfingsrMisB: (says a writer in tlie '6cieuti!5c Araerican'), and the methods^, employed by the growers of Oiut section can be Ad vantageously followed by every gar dener, -: if n ot coin mensiar g?ower. The unusual feature of the system consists in pruning the plants, and the plan has beui followed %£««&- ^f«it«-irthis home-^idciff*since' when he leaTsttfj^of it in the Florida winter tomato sertibn.' ? Coincident wjch the appearance of the third leaf ofa young tomato plant ^ill' com'e a branch ; ? :and as the plant grows, [additional branches will appear in the axil of each leaf until a vigorous plaiit will, have 20 or more branches, ' the larger ones having branches of their -«vn, and the whole plant spreading *»ver an area of 10 or 12 square feetf S«*tii a plant of course requires an im mense amount of soil nutrition a...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Timber Needed in Australia. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

Timber Heeded' in Australia^ BY THOS. B. MERRY. {toNTTlNUED.) The once despised cottonwood which grows along all the Pacific rivers is rapidly becoming an article of value. Thirty years ago, when a selector went irj-on a bit of land he intended to cultivate, t&e first thing he did' was to lay the axe to every cottonwood tree on the place, roll the logs together into great,,, heaps' and, whenever ther. Jtecaftsc diy linoMgLi.rctlutv'tnem to ashes. But times are now changedrand al! the cottonwood timber that may be reached by navigation or railway can be sold without the least diffi culty and made to pay a large pro portion of the expense incurred in clearing the l?nd for the plough. This arises from the fact that the wood is wholly devoid of taste ox aroma. It is therefore valuable for making boxes in which are to^be packed the dried fruits, peaches, pears, prunes, figs, and raisins, with which California' and Oregon are now supplying the States of the Mississippi Valley. Its...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR STORY COLUMN. True Love Loves Ever. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

:\& :-'??:. :.????'? -.;?;';?- ?? . v; 'hi- '? i.' ? tjHZ''. ??'??'??'.' ' . ?? . '?? ;;? .j V': :; ? Jj ^ ? . 8Y^AM^«ilfSiS0S. ?;. ; ??^..'- ?'.-]. '^CoJnfiNKEnij:''' '. ? '; 1 1: BruceiHoward \vas.;fortunate in: Svi^gTekHsedon liis'sKareot'ithe ?|-ifiess:^:liealxe did if&s&gfc-lik&i the storm,.;aiid ailwbuid^Ave been VpSU. --.^s'.-it was, the iiiiiui came Wtteu .Richard was aammqtied to gjte city to arrange with his bankers. IThese institutions , -weie . not able to m very liberal in their tenns just then ; they had been' pretty hard Wjttoo, inasmuch as^hev were all. *$&§$?? interested in t - statfbn : pro Wfbes, nad the droujjht hadJbecii nipre oriless severe nitarJy Mil over pe. corttike9iK4;^eaip-rary':acc:oin- siipdatiort was, however, 'given to' Richard; Dentpn. : But ip l was a ?KppelesSiV struggle, arid it was not Jcpg before the bank; was, in pos i«Bsion .of the business; Even at jtiie^ last Jie: tried to! secure Mr. ^V|Vian.agauist ...

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THE ANTHRAX OUTBREAK. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

The Anthrax Outbreak. Anthrax has again appeared at Woodslands, in Southland, New Zealand, the scene of the previous outbreak. Postmor tem examination of cows re vealed hundreds of anthrax germs. Stesuned bones im ported from Calcutta had been used as a fertiliser on the farm.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SILVER MEDAL CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

SUJVER MEE'AL CONTEST. - A Band of -Hiipe bnteftaihinent, Sncluded in which .was a silver ^riiedal 'competition for reciters, was. ?fciveti.in the Methodist Cluircli on Monday evening last, and attracted . alairly large anil decidedly appre ciative audience.' ?' Much interest was centred in 'the, Competition, which is the seventh 5ieW since Attgust~6f last year, and, live young people \tere induced to, come forward to display their elocutionary abilities. Competitions of this nature have l-een instituted in various parts ? of -tte State by the Women's Christian , T-emperauceX^nion. with a view, no -3oubt, to inching interest in and furthering; the ci;use of temperance among the young folk ; and pro visioR is made wliereby, after six of these silver medal contests have been decided, tlie winners thereof are eligible to -compete for a gold ^nedal. This latter contest xitt be determined locally probably some time i« October.' The chair was ?occupied by Mr. J. Whalley, seur. Proceedings...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

?££ W1 ^§W?' STJifvKT, ^.NAMBOUR. BSfcSgf ' ;?r ,'^PP^c(^pV basket delivery in rT^SUeo. y r^)u!pn|r.' f in'd MapfelotirOrfteri :'- bv It^&sgp HriI Cojjch specially attended £?'?;.£?': V'^ i*-'. ;' :_lLlL-: '^ ^ 'T':':'. '; ! K' DAILY SUPPLlESfOP FRESH EGGS, i gj,^? : BUTTER, A?CD VEGETABLES. r Foi^ijfARTivRS ov^BEEF .-'** :KK»cced V';v- ?£?' :!^!-.''''^:-- R^tESi. :? i;-;; r-^-\- ????'?? I DO of LiJLhcl IOO Situated at Korth At ii, with xo Fmit Trees; 30 acres cl-«iri:d and fenced; Four-roomed Cottag- ,: \rith locat-gallon Tank, and Stove, anc Outbuildings , in cluding Barn 30ft. bj-::ofl., of sawn timber and iron. . ? ' ] rpERMS One-fifth Cajih ; remainder to 1 suit purchaser. ; Further p-aiticulars attliisOifice. \-y j-v^wr, TOilSTAND THE :f[|!Op^ 1 jkivASON at Yan sa.jyyfc2W7a»»Mi T^hk 'vJony Stallion, FRIStfiE. /i./, '? Fee, 10s. 6d. ' \,'- ,*??'; '{ All care taken buti id responsibilityin curred, i ' Frte Vaildocking1. ? ??'?/ Further particulars from : :?- G. BEST, j !...

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DANGEROUS CULVERT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

PANGEROV& CULVERT, . W^ ctesi^ t4j-- ! »vv the att^n tfott of fpiut Sh}^ CouuqH to a very 4*ft§^r6ivi|5 ppot oa the ft^ak Oyw*^- w $ at YaadRusu at a advert v&x \Nx&- 1-q.vv^X ?Hi

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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A PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

A PAINFUL ACCIDENT. On Wednesday last a boy named Bryant, aged ir ye£i.s, while run ning about near his- feorae at Did dillibah, had a splinter jin- long run through his foot close to the toes. He was brought into Mr. Crofts for attention, and was quickly relieved of the annoyance.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

Beitha: 'Grandma, is oor tcief good.' ''No, darling; I've .jgsot none now^ tiufbrtuuately.'n I 'Then I'll give oojKiy nuts to mifid fill I come back.'

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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PALMWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

? ?:ljPlfvtKWi3-?t|™':^ O 1 Ma &iif evening, {-^^^Bto m thc Paltiwoo siJjivangeHstiif t^Htt * ^ry i sacc cs?fr. entertainment {^^?^cial was heli . the -rci«r*«-L- beirijf ^W-- '-- tb« TrotFo dii The chnrcb|^B;e11 filled witl an . -a-jrfy nnd appf^Hre aKdi cuc« . Y! s : Rev. T. Bra^Hta. at the reqt cst o me: trustees.; 1?^^B-L- ?*IICI dcvi tiocj I t-j:ercises anil J^^Kncourag ing ' em* is j anent the Ifl^V an'* ?** re!a :ve p *i'ion in the c-{£^Buty, ein pha izintfrJiS value of siic|^Mristitution bv t iech? irsnan. the projH^B? opened vatl a d; eti entitled '3BH*rtb.' bJ' Mus Mrij e.^n' the violin. ?^?Ii» Dut SeW on tgeiiS'rgan. the retJB^Wof which wasjrreaj yl appreciated. |^H! came a dialj sue, ivfsis jjirls. -7l*f|^Bf A plt^~ sanf Evd iri*,' x?hich if jl»ly m*w prc*-l w.| ulijL f*a(l * jn*nu|i^Bi%P.il- °K 1 Hoi [vMifrtJiig' c«v*&3CT!jB^Bja ronnx j Jp-?.i ;.ft-g tt'iis; feelingly {?^?{'Chatr. ' won fin.' S 'ijvacti girl ~*£M^H? 'oersclt ver;i rret' feQ-*' showing' s...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

To the Editor. Sir, — I nukit extend my thanks* and the thanks of many others, for the particularly splendid report yott gave of the proceedings at the late Maroochy Council meeting, and. say here also that it was a great boon to the ratepayers of the district j inasmuch as the meeting was so ? fully reported. By this same issue I am very pleased to see we have one progressive member of society 1 in our midst, as shown by Onward's letter which appeared therein issue. It has not been very often ; that we have heard anybody expres sing progressive views in' thi* '?-. common-sense forsaken town of \-. Nambour, and more especially does '\ one hold this opinion when they read the report to which I have alluded. Here we have the Presf- : ; dent of our Council writing to the :§ same body of men over which he ;' presides, offering to exchange a ; piece of ground at the back ot the ; Shire Hall for that very valuable j' (to the ratepayers especially, in a. 7 short time to come) piece of land...

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