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Cricket [?] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

Cricketf^pT^ -4 jentlerun: j 1^Hfias ^een \hn \g jSariu ?jjBppribes a cric| t match i| ;!jB|^' Apia, j 'Jhes natch wa6j!^H'- plavcd ? i 1 at of the qI w'iHl^nds. It had I eeii in pr. .fl^^B)Ior about threi months.; jlwilre were niind|- or; a hiii^Eiion each s del Most oif t! iB||abitants o ' tile village; ; '^«H ipngJtged ii itjjjjjtheije was |j cH||irse, no cliarii^ of jgate u\ -^Bi| so each P ayp pw^ in -a' \ T-Wnk before tr kiMr the h i , Wnf- when i h -wj Id oiit cou ii I ^^H|mi again j oa p, tment of alf t^Hshillinff. ! __ i Th |i following j d c^Bi] cricket j tb tui S?; for the mi i tMBVcbruary, ] al th iniatches, \\i ai'^Htfxceptiun ? of th| one to- bei|r^B;!on Feb- ! ruir--»;3. being xii 1: t^Hct auspices | ofj thj Mortlon^ t ffl^BjiAssocia- 1 fclluan- 6 : ^V 1« v Kit- i mj iu»KeniI\vortl fiJ^Khniundi : L:| ida»orough v I ^R.?our, at Lii nd JBorough : !C|) (HKi v Wara ta'. ;s, » Nambour. \ ^Dl^ -'elatt^n.- 13 : ^|'^Hii v Ken- j ilv|or», at Kenilw \i t^Hi; ' J'elgian- 20 : , ...

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 — 29 January 1904

Maroochy Shire Council. A rPLICATIOXS will be ^c^e.l for Pi. tl.e position of CLKKVT jfalso of j CLERK and OVERSEER ccfcMned, to I the Maroochy Shire Council, .-^plicants ] to state salary and also eaclose/capres of .-' testimonials. Applications j.o WSmT ' dressed to the Chairman. SluteJj&rfice. ?Xambour, on or before Vflifiaifc 1st, 1904, at 10 o'clock a.m. G. L. BURY. Chairman. Nambour, December loth, 1903. District Lands Office. I ; Brisbane, 2i»t Januarj, /504. j HPHE HARDWOOD TIMBER oVcrou-H ! 1 Landadjoinins;thePalmwoo-U Stfhool | will be offered for' SALE by ptfbli/ anc- i tion at Palmwoods on SAT UM)aX\ 6th ; February, 1904, at 11 o'clock a.m. * ] W. M. WATTS, ! Land Commissioner. I FOR SALE, *as/j I THHE Stantlinj,' jMill TIMBER on /P-r- j 1 tion 29%-, Paijish of Bribie. within foy i miles of a Mill ] and Railwav Station. : JH. Hl'ME, Beenvah. i ? j ? _ ? Njatice. / / RUNNING in rjty Paddock is o/e BAY MARE, bratided EZ9 near .sfioulder. Oinier may havtt same on pa...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCHOOL MATCH. NAMBOUR V WOOMBYE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

SCHOOL MATCH. NAMBOUR V WOOMBYE. : The Nambour school boys met those of Woombye on the former's | ! wicket on Saturday last, the visitors i I being defeated by an innings and I six runs. Woombye in their first I innings compiled 1 ^, G. and S. Fewtrell being the principal scorers with 5 and 3 respectively. Nam bour responded with 26 ; W. Major 14, and A. Aird 4, were the chief contributors. Batting again, Woom bye only managed to knock up 5, S. . Fewtrell being on top with 2, not out. The bowling of E. Perren and A. Aird (Nambour) completely beat the Woombye team in both innings. G. Fewtrell and G. Web ster came off best with the ball for the losers. .

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR STORY COLUMN. The Legend of Magapy Falls. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

OUE ST0EI COLTTira. The Legend i of Magapy Falls. BY JAMES WILKINSON. (COXTINiUKD.) Lying flat on th-j: ledge of rock, hidden behind a.bduld.er, Koolanga watched for the. Approach of the enemy. Presently lone was inaking his way down the channel, carefnily and keenly scrutinizing the rocks as he came. Signs and marks that would have been ijmperceptible to almost any other j race on earth seemed to be plain j to j him, for he followed almost cveiy step Koolanga had taken, until hej arrived at the gap between the rocks. He peered in, but instead of centering, turned to retrace his steps, satisfied, no doubt, that the quiijrry was run to earth, and that it only needed the rest of the pursuers j to come down and affect his capture. But he had not located his man exactly. Returning, he had to pass beneath the ledge upon which Koo langa was lying with a heavy stone poised waiting h|s opportunity. When the tracker] came directly beneath him he hurled the stone with unerring aim, land witho...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Recompor[?]se? [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

i iRecoiftpil?c? (j||li. !Chand!«iHfi assistant lj| ^h^r in tl fi»don State lf| hooji, has j|j|y ?pied'by the fci lirtjuieut 4||l Wth's salary i!^ :li isj to b||;|' Hferred, for iili ;|b4rdiuatH|f| ; H assaulting |||i Ihejad iu4ii-;l| liiMsb'estos t|i»|^Kire among Ijplavest uo|pH| They do I 1^ p rdquire m ;|Bjd water to j |M^ns|e theijll IjBieu soiled, j !§§!j-w-j them jill^iBire, and in j yiijiwj niiuu||S|{™y may be j i!|j||vn; out, f}||l)Bi clean. | HUN Chrti; hi ?Office for i^fl PMllt:nlH;il!lB a d^iuty f i|||-ti^g Carj |]|i M'oster. I||'|tL l!ov]|| H|5 miserable l^jijiout if'-; ||t Sie old man Mm !straiglr|| [My and or jMId [the Crtlf Be.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. NAMBOUR V. EUMUNDI. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

CRICKET. Saturdays' matches, nambour! v. eumundi. On Saturday the HumundiKen ilworth team visited Nambour to I fulfil their association fixture with the Nambour club. Play was com menced shortly after 11 o'clock, aud it was not until 6 o'clock that the stumps w^re drawn. F. Hull skippered the i visitors, while V. Gaylard led thje home team. The Nambour team- won by 5 wickets | and three runji after a good game, j The following jare the scores : — \ Eumuxj)i-Kknii.;\vorth. — First Innings. ! E. Pickering, c. Gbylanl, h. Art. Perren i j H. Gold, b. KennjeUv. ? 14 I \V. Deilit, b. Art. i'efren ? 2 j D. Graham, c. YoLn^. b. Allan 1'erren 5 : W. 1'imlou, b. G4ylarcl ? 6 i J{. 1'earce, b. Gaylartl ? o I K. Hull b. GaylaiSri ? o J. Gold, not out . .? ? o H. Koch, b. Gaylajrd ? o ! H. Pickerinjj, l.b.\v. b. Kennedy ? 1 | A. Loweke. b. Kennedy ? o | Sundries . . ! ? 2 j Total....! ? 31 Bowling. — Wilkinson, ci for 4 ; Art. Perren, 2 for 10; ; Allan I'erren, 1 for 13; Gaylard, 4 for 2 ; Kenne...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stock and Income Tax Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

Stock and Income Tax Returns. To-morrow is the last day allowed by the Government for sending in Stock and ! Income Tax forms Those who have not already atten ded to these matters would do well to do so immediately, as a heavy penalty may be imposed 'upon those not conforming to the laws as laid down, i

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT COURT. The Trial of G. H. Jones. SENTENCED ON CHARGE OF EMBEZZLEMENT TO THREE YEARS' IMPRISONMENT. THE OTHER TWO CHARGES WITHDRAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

DISTEICT COUET. The Trial of C H. Jones. SENTENCED ON CHARGE Of'- EMBEZZLEMENT TO THREE YEARS1 (HPRISONHEUT. THE OTHER TWO CHARGES tflTHDSWUffl. The criminal sittings of the District Court commenced in the Supreme Court on Wed nesday, before . his Honour Judge Mansfield.; Mr. F. W. Dickson (Crowii Prosecutor) prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. ! ! George Henry iTliomas Jones pleaded guilt}- td stealing, as a clerk, ^'568 iis.jgd.,' the pro pert}- of the Maroochy Shire Council. : . \ ? ' The Crown Prjosecutor said he, would not proceed with a second inforinatKm of forger}-. Mr. L. Q. Lukin stated that defendant had been in Nam bour for fourteen years, and previous to the case had been an honest man. iCertain land transmissions had led him into the present trouble. The ac cused had eight rent-producing houses, and an amount of other property which \ he was pre- j pared to hand over. ! There was j a mortgage on ithe property amounting to about] ^972, but { ample was left shbtild the pr...

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Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

Oui^ K. I j|ri tli this is:j!';e! j^Becond fjuar 't$' : 'he 'Chi|-j-)i; I^B^xpire?, and \i'^ c ispeetfullrji r| j^B»se of our : j jjjt :r hers wl-jsi! j{ He backward |i[|i qfr paymiMsti ^B-me forward \m ^lieir Htj]tj j«ion to the tj-e iity. Sbjiitj MK; ago some l:|j (jn persoi;Jh| I^B :c-od enough ti-;; itc that wr|\Vi{ |^B-' located in ?!&? b.hnr unt^'j | IKJ after the J-fc ril electijiLi HKwever, that lie ic|ti has paU.-jt| ^K we can tell I Mi ? Kind perffiijj t^m we are still j il| e|drstrict,![:{i| l»ly to be for ]^\ all future Uj(j ^K- We teu iiife -iiir hcartyilil vK° those who l|ifv; in any wjjj-Jfj IHbuted to the J L'f|j o|iicle's' ^jijcj; aBi its infancy, j .in ajfkthat tj}e| Illiberal pat- | ?ten ?s- be ext^dijl IKiwards it in i thst ii^ure. ' ;]!;!? Ik ?fw 3odford|^| IK Doings. ! ;i; j '? ftr? IK ! ;!? ji| Wedi#s| jKweek last i i|i .johnstofje| |Biers werei -:Lv 'Sued /|i! i Bosts at the I 'i^ jxHford If:jl| B^ourt forj (iSi rilerly q'-j-!n| IK Francis! :|t 1\- wa...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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A Timber [?]cession. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

M tiimben!:^ K:ession. [f- -i i-£ MB ! ||] eblying l|^ j Bquests re jdjfi 1| made mi Balf of the |t list Qji- tradej|l|i Bbvermuent ilrit decided! jlbl Ke a con- 1 !C|?j$ Qii 111 ra|]\Ki ?jreights 111 ] jt|ii| :|se of pijjilij Bberofover ill! ^Pe- lln m

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Our Supplement. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

Ou^ Supplem«:nt. \ ;\Ve sire wnavoidaMy conir ^pejled to send out our issut 'this week without the usual supplenjent, but t\\o will apj 'j-ear wisa our next issue. \

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Woodford. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

jWoodford. Some j splendid ruin hajj fallen i'n this distiict . thai will do Ian immense deal of pood, a.4 it was becon ing very -1 ry previous to the welconub downpour of last Satnrday cemiigi . I A raijlway meeting \vas to luve bebn held in Woodfonl on; Satftrday afterncou, bu| o|ving t-- the rain -it lias beei| postponed tilL-Saturduy evenf i Our ii^wlV-fonned '\ iroodford criclcet t|lub- has led off witl'j two iitipoi*ant wins, viz.|, against teams at Hope toiin and Cabooltltre, when some tall scoring -{was done by our local knightej of the willow'. Th-!; scores- ^'ere : Woodf)rd, 143 runs; Hopetoun, 112 nms, for the two {innings each ; won by 31 Timsj Against Ca joolturej, Woodfolrd scored 114 runs u\ their fin-st innings, andCaboolj fnre in ^heir two innings mad^ 139 rtids; Woodford bat tin jj again Obtained the require^ number! for the los: of fivj' v':ckets;.| The mach was pl^'ed ! on the Giboolturfc 1 -'i . ( i wicket. ; s

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Obi Obi. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

Obi Obi. In lasjt week's notes I made i s! ight mistake by nientio ring ' pijJ biiyer'; ll should have sa id a bum bug. ivl certain individ lal (say 4 Mr. SmUjh) came along a ncl bought! .ik; pigs, land then a«kei jne if jb \vquld keep them loranoihcr weeks and. he- }vould take them on mjjl deliverbifc them at Nan bour. Irt the merj}time a buj-er cime along! :from Gyifipie, but not liking to disl| appoint £}mith, * would i ot let hint have thtiti. I also purchased some; more p}ds to replace the ones 4 thought ^ had sold to Smith, and now the (appointed timej has longs passed without bringing Smith of even a letter to say he die. not wanif the pigs, |-o that I am nov leit witl| the lot n i\ hand. A tri :k of thaf ,:;s-frt is rather much to pass un--; noticed. Now for Smith No. 2 | Ajnother extensive buyer (in hisj| ©ijvn estimation) asked m- if I knewij of any cajttle for sale. ; said yes| aijicl next .taiorning we went and in-jj spected tqu head, and spt nt alj that] d--!\- haggling...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Tender [?]pted. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

JTtenderjlp. Bl3ted ? .(?' |iip secrejh; ^Bi^r- B. J. pj'i oiy'i of tl4j ! Sjbour Tat |t rtc* it's Clujbj j ^B:erda\- re \c'ii .'It tender^ Ii B^Iessrs. W. M -f!rd, V. fBj( Ml and L. '^M t|gh forj ±1 ^Big £i race [t^| c'lon the [I d ^Bnbour es ?tif. '|Thep|Ji:| Bjndered at jci'l Q12 iosj*; j ^K and /io njaii r-j:spcctivj(i' \ |B| Gavlard's 1 [t jit er was j|i:i i^Rcl at the Ir'ih :ihg lielclhlag IB01'11?- ; m X ' I)1 ? m ' ?

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Nambour [?] Club. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

Iti ifnbourh Bersall's I ? :|] gh 1 niemB^r; ;B^the above |c \v \ : gain mj«:{: ; ^Kinterford's p] r i ast uigjttj sBfe being a p ij (l ' roll up -||| 1; Bpers, which ! ii ii !ii;nincan|| \ ^Eie interest $??'$ ^shownaltl iMSav's racinor ^jetobe |||Mr. J.T: ij; fe?presiddj?.j B; ? I 'he name' bi B'. J. Page M i folded tolp Bnmitt.ee. [? ifj o -respondti ^Kwas read ffHj ii Mr. G.jjti By, accept \i i! the posii!||Q ^m president W$ e ,iclosin|]la; ^Biue for ^t pb' i i Messrs. j! i\] B-'Cribb and ?I 1: ; U'3.cphers|j-!i! ^?-?lining the If i; jtij )ns of % |:- ^Bsidents. I fi I was agrjjlcl Ba^ tenders |fj? jlje rightjufj ;B stall, soft |c _j| kgstall, aif !?! ^Ki eon booth j jail- lije race ]1 ij ^Jig on St. Iliij ilk's Daij, .- Btenders to ihei ii the hai| !B' the sec :r^: -J not lat^.'HB. March 1. Oth ;|:oucludti(L! i^Kusiuess.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Po[?] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

[?] |i|;i Vdhavetbj4 »-wledee the j he'1 ti[k of ill] &of English p«9 \tf)es (twi|; B?) from off] 1^1 :lThpi4^j Bland at Obi %0} ? i; Haviipj^ Bp^ed them, i\'t$ speak witj ij ^ferity when Mlfc sqy that |l|i Wtt an excel :l § [ ijjroductij -p iBwhich Mr. ',1^1 injipsoii t^ji B^ well feel ih.- (y»g toj iv. ?eror m last -;ti'c k,s issiiel, li- B»s made to ^jj 2fu- thaj \ \ S Dalzell's jj fi it§ crop [ ,jcj ^Ronl\- yield ^|y tpns to tf fe! |K, whereas) ^jfi e|i tons iyc ^K be nearer ?tifi- mark. ;jj ! 'B

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Aid to [?]tals. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

; /V'd td Ii Sitals. L|f-- SlSj the res $ B|; the social Hie 1 ,on \\*C; ||i By evening, |iy- iearn on £ -j-| B- press that ^U'. uta of U| Bis cleared, [i'it;i ch] amour y B^e divided i M )iig the iU\ Be hospitals.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Caboolture Shire Elections. Nomination Day. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

Gaboolfnre Shire Elecfasi Nomination play. \] On Monday, Mr. Johnson, returii in;4 officer for the Shire 'of Caboot turt-. received the toltowiWnomiiYiU tious for the annual elections at the Shire Hall: — No. t siibdivisioni John M'Xab, of Lam^borough?; No. 2. J. Anderson, of AJount Me^ and S. T. Holbrook, of CHboolture;; .\o. 3, Mr. Turner, of Conondal^l On the followingj day Mr. Johnso^ declared the nouitnatiohs. Therfet being no opposition in Nos. t aiulj^ stibdivisions, Messrs. Ai'Nab and! Turner were declared du}y electetL It is probable that one of; the can--', didates will retire fron No. 2 stibj-' ; division. | ;i

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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North Coast Central Association. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

North Coast Centratjl Association. ;;;;i The monthly mejetingoi- fiJic above association was helaj at Woonibye on Saturday after noon, ^ir. G. F4\vtrell occupy ing the chairA After {tie minutes had been read and ftjjft finned, a discussfcn took pjtjite re joining the Mtofeton Com bined Association^ iyxd c.vea|u~ ally it was unandqiously l^je cided to join, \|ti Cottci^II being appointed ; delegate ;iitq- that body. Mr. Bhtcock spcjike of the unsuitability pi raanyHof the tnicks at present in use {for the carriage of fruit on the railway, and the departimjiit are to be asked to improW same by way of giving tettibt ventilation. The secretary wtu» instructed to tender the bts?t thanks of tlie association to the Minister for Agriculture for his interest in the welfare pf agriculturists generally, ami especially for his action in 0!^ taining a market for the siMf* plus gooseberry crop. iVlff'. Lindsay submitted a resolution re the Chinese competition, va the fruit industry. .It was de ci...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Buderum Mountain. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 29 January 1904

Buderum Mountain. 1 he rain which fell during Satur day night and Sunday last caoeai the right time, and will prove very beneficial to the maize and other crops. The fall totalled 3iln. , The red water has now reached the \ serious loss amongst the cattle hete. ' - Mr. J. K. Burnett and sons have ; i suffered the loss of over 20 haad .'j since the outbreak, five months a^oi ? ; and it has increased in virutence 1 during the last two weeks; They J have been trying the redwater cnwsi I obtained from a Mr. Klew, jof li Caboolture, but without succesS; £ M - understand. I think Messrs. BtirT'i4-1 nett and Sons should have qaarai- \ I tined their cattle in their dipping; ? paddock, where the outbreak oc curred, and treated them there, f£z; '? by thus isolating them the disease : might have been confined Up a small i| area, and perhaps stamped out- i- There is now no knowing how far ?!! it will spread. ; There seems to be a desir^ on the - part of the ratepayer here that the i whole lengt...

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