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

(SeijimeMal ;: u'swicii'^M P nners] -Prices : $j^^| I Maize i {prime only) S^^Hhel 2S 9(1 ; Butter! {tanners') perH^pHJ 8-t to lid ,, i i fiictory) per |I^^H ts 2(' Creamjiper lb* J!^^H SW Eggs, jier doz iM^H 7(1 Hencv.iper lb «^H 2d to aid Reeswak per 11» .i^^H 7(1 to 9-l Lui frne CIsan (prime) p4^^H3Os to 40s Mi ! ed Ch4$T. per ton ?^^^?3OH to 40s I Lugem? Hi;y . . J^^H Nominal 1 Roosters, per pair i^^H 3s gd Hens, fjer pair -R^^H 2s M Ceese,f) ? l^M 4., 6d Ducks^JEnglish. per |^^H 4s 6-1 Ducksi JMuscovy, „ j^^H 5» Turkeys, hens, „ ^^H 4s ! Turkey^, gobblers „ ^^H toh Pigeon?, per pair . ^^H od l; etailjPrjces : l^^l Su ir. bejyti white, per b: j^^H Miliquin [ ! [ fi^^HiA, 14s 6\\ I second white, pern^^K; 13s i'.-l Fli ar— ; ! i , l^^R . -swich|$nowcloud . |^^Hs-l ! eafoaira, ; ? ^^H^ 4mfne,ld[.4 .. .' ^^H Brjn— ir 31! per bushel, |^H^er bushel : by the :bag I^^R Pollard— ijs $a per bushaj^Kis 3d per - bushel -by the oag. ^^H The liHsbane, Sy( ^Hind Mel bfurne Market repol^^Bly ca...

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

??.. ..jf,i,,,iir--;r ,„—?? ? .-???MtbiVM last Wedne3da3f l dght ? a^jflawp tended night's 'dancing nnrftfij^ @j auspices of th-i' Namoottf j BanlPtii Club was held in Mr. Winierfbirfs?*! hall, and considering that a stornpl was impending in the early part of 1 tlie evening and broke about the* . honr ot comraeucement. n was ,q satisfactory to note that some ao ! couples were in ntlendance. Mr. * W. Cross made a capital if.C, f whilst Mr. A. Tacker (accoideon) | had charge of the musical portion; ; of the proceedi ngs. £%?** R&esHr-^ , ?- meats wefc handed round dnring-f^f the evening by the committee. co»y ^Jtng of Messrs. C. Boyliogr, Ea P^t^y-jf, -Tft'txft^and I GL Sattnderyt _ witli Mr. H. Dennis' as secretary. ~ all 07* vrhom worked *ith zeal to make it an enjoyable evening. Dancing was kept going till mid night, when the usual medley ter minated a very pleasant evening.

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

MR. ARNOLD LEAVING The friends of Mr. W. Arnold, who has acted as the local agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Co. for some ftne past, will be sorry to hear of that gentleman's intended early departure from amongst us. he having severed his connection with that flnii as from the 27th in stant. Mr. Arnold intends tore side in South Brisbane. .

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

PRUNING SUGGESR-NS. The following sugg^Bpns on pruning are made by Proflvynard, of theHatcK, MassachusepE Exper- imental Station: BS ' 1. The knife or saw slj««d never be used on fruit or ornairpHal trees unless there: is good reaipW for so doing. : ijjPI I ' 2. Train all trees wbBi young with a central leader or r|B| shoot, and never allow two mai{B|anches ko grow in such a way as Alive the iweight of the tree come uRJl a fork bf the main trunk. j 9i I ' 3. When -branches cr-bB|o as to he injured by rubbing totHier, the S'eaker of the two should! ?jiut out. j ' 4. When one branch r»|on an other under it the weakeipRhe two i?hould be cut out. j Bg ' 5. Suckers or waterspoHishould be thinned out before Af' have made much growth, but ilL main branches are bare, or if t&Blead is ;-pen in places, suckers iJHild be Allowed to grow where jfBty will Lover this condition. If pBl of the |ree are weak in growth, [SB; weak -.vood may be cut out arujj^Bme of rhc- suckers may be allowiJB...

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

vWeddlnglBell*. ? Waujs— *Doig. On Tuesday,) August 11, Mr. G. H. Walli), a commer cial traveller cennected with Hoftnungand Co., of Brisbane, was united in the bonds of iioly matrimony to Miss E. Doig, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Doig, ; of Braeside, Nambour, by theRev.M'Swain, of the Presbyterian Church, Bris?«rae. The newly-wedded couple returned to Nainbonr by- the evening train vvnere a wedding party and breakfast, suitable to the occasion, was heldatthebride's parents' home Upwards of 60 guest? had as sembled to welcofflc'Them, and toasts becoming the happy occasion were duly honoured. Dancing add singing were in dulged in till an early hour next morning, the guests returning home at daylight with memories sweet of the pleasant hours spent. Ti:e wedding cake, which was very tastefully and artistically made, was the work of Mrs. White cross, and reflects great credit on her cooking abilities. The wedding presents were numer ous, valuable, and useful, and such as tend t...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Queensland's Representation IN THE HOUSE REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

I^eeifslaed's BSentatiofi IN THE HOUSEiWiREPRE TsENTA'njdBi The question as tol^^ner or Dot Queensland is entitl^afBio mem bers in tht House ofSAKentatives has been j exercising t^Hminds of our members in the F«Hil Parlia ment. During the ij^it recess Senator iDawson beflHe seized with the jidea that ou^B-pulation warranted the increast^Hu placed h;.uself iri touch with ^H Depart ment fori Home Affa^H and the Chief Electoral Office. M with no satisfactory results. ^Hon after Parliament met for its H)nd ses sion, Senator Dawsoti^Hl Mr. J. Wilkinson again took tl^fcatter up. The latter! after having^Bed to ob tain the information he^Hght from the officers of the (^?rtmenCs, submitted; a series of ^Btior-s to the Minister in the Hk. This had the effect of arousiJKhe inter est of othc-r members, apBpf enlist ing the sympathy of JBp repre sentatives: of other S^H. Bui: even then; the resulbB^re not: satisfactory, and Mr. Br Donald! moved thje adjournmt^H of tat: House, to! direct atteii^...

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

THE VEGETABLE MARKET. Whilst in one of the country townships last week a representa tive of the ' Queensland Times' was shown a cheque which evid enced in an unmistakable manner market. The grower, who lives about three miles away from the railway station in the township in question, recently despatched be tween 50 and 60 crates of cabbages to the Brisbane market. A day or two ago the usual return showing deductions for freight, cartage, com mission, Sec, was received, together with a cheque for 2s. 3d. ! Truly a munificent reward for the trouble of. growing, cutting, packing, and carting a distance' of about three miles 50 or 60 crates of cabbages ! The splendid weather which has been experienced during the past couple of months has been respon sible for a most prolific growth of all- vegetables, so much so that the market, generally speaking, is at present over-snppiied.

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

(&£rr««rp«m&mc?. (We fre*ty invite correspondence on any matters of importance to the cotu mnnity, but in no instance do we hold onrsclves responsible for the opinkm» expressed in this column. In ail cases the writer's name ami address must bo affixed to the manuscript, not necessarilty for publication but «.- an act of g~M& faith.) 'Be brief, for it is wiiA wards 6$ teitk sunbeams, the more they are, condensed the deeper they fotrii.'

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

DIDPILLIBAH. On Saturday evening, August S. in the Methodist Church, an entertainment was given to celebrate the second anniversary of the above church. There was but a small attendance owing to the inclemency of the weather. Mr. R. HeUdon, one of me trustees, occupieu we cuair. as me good friends of the church originally in tended to have a concert and social, the chairman explained why the social part of the programme was missing. T?ie ladies thought that a second postpone ment was inevitable, consequently no preparations were nsade for it. We were however assured that at sonic future period which will be notified in the Press the ladies ?vrill carry out their duty. The proceedings commencetl with a hymn and prayer, led by the Rev. F. Brassington, who also contributed two solos -'The Holy City' and 'Ora Pro Nobis.' Miss B. Heddon sang a solo entitled ' Dream ing of Home and Mother.' This young lady possesses a sweet voice, and would with careful training and more confidence do wel...

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

A hmki Mtt^i Some time ago Mr. James Wil kinson, Federal member for Jfore-; ton, approached the Post and Tele graph Departmen} vit» a view to having a money-order office estab lished at Yandina. Severai letters passed to and. frey beside* personal the following the Railway Depac* ment stands in the way : — ..%,--? Cornmomi?eaJth of Auatfaiia. ! Postmaster-General** Department,; Mdboum«r 3rd August S903. Sir: Adverting to your coramtmi- | cation of the latirjane last,' urging '?; that a Money-Order Office be es- '; tablishedat Yandina. Oatensland, \ I have the honour, by direction, ttt inform you that the Deputy Post- i--'' master-General. Brisbane, to whom the matter was reterred. repoTta.^s follows :— ? 'The Railway Department was asked if Money-Order busiuesa could be transacted by their offi cer at Yandina in addition to hb present duties, and the Commis sioner now advises that if the work in 'question were under taken, it would be' necessary, during the sugar season, to pro vide...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Poetry. PLEASURES OF THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

iPeetrv. PLEASURES OF THE FARM. ] Have you never read a poem sweetly toW in words that charm. All about some happy childhood and th- - 'pleasures on the 2ann?' 'Ahllfor childhood,' ypu wiU murmur 'then the farm is Very well;' \ But you wonder if for manhood this is jus the spot to dwell. \ And you qnestion oft within you whai thoss ' pleasures'' really mean As you think of night and morning and the hard day in between ; « Of the mowing ia the nleadow with th«j hot sun scorching down; Of the boeing, and the digging, and the marketing in town. \ Breakfast early in the morning, often times by candle light. , Then a bustle through the daytime, and a supper late at night That's the story oft repeated of the farm er's toilsome year, i Can we look and find a brightness to this life that seems so drear? But there axe two sides to a story if we only read it right; ; There's a dark side to the farm life, aud another shining bright, There's freedom; there's a gladness: there's ' a joy, life-gi...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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OUR ESSAY. IDEALS IN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

6im'ES&£Y.'''~ IDEALS IN LIFE., (By Secuxdcs.) In the meanderings of liie we cannot help thinking taat there are many who have no ideal fixed in their minds to strive to attain worthy of any consideration. They seem to ha\-e no higher conception of life than to gratify the lusts of j -the 'flesh and fulfil the desires of a rarna' .atlsof. ? Tn&V it'kt .that^sb* many are found living in constant misery, possibly content to remain so as long as the necessaries of life are obtainable. Whilst this ma%- be true of many, yet we believe the majority of people have an ideal of some kind, either high or low, that is helping to mould the character good or bad. Ideals are ma^ffur us. In the research of literature, Biblical and profane, we can find excellent ideals thatjWill raise the moral and in tellectual stand of those who choose them. Genius has supplied vhe world with ideals which will, if be held and imitated, make men and women of the noblest characters. How many women b...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FRUIT-TREE BORING BEETLE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

Fruit-tree Boring Beetle. In a note to the Entomolo gist, Mr. H. E. Peck, cf Kur rajong Heights, states : — 'I have tried the plan of going round my trees at night with a light to discover and destroy elephant beetle borers. They are then mostly on the barrel and main branches of the tree, and hard- at work boring. They can thus be easily cap tured aad destroyed. I have done this on several occasions, and have got froia seventeen to sixty-one in ona night on a few trees, I find that the sickly or dying- trees are the on^s you can find most of them on, and this is especially the case where the apple-trees are dying back.'— N. . S. W. Agricultural GafeiJe.

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

Exhibition Pineapples. On Saturday last Mr. J. Mayers, of Nambour, for warded to the Brisbane exhi bition a package of six large pineapples which were grown on his land. They were a splendid lot, and averaged a weight of io^lbs I each, the largest of them turning the scales at 13IDS. Surely this is evidence enough of the suitability of the land in this district for the growing of this fruit. \

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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The Buderum Tramway. Nambour Route Agreed On. August 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

The Itafafi! Tramway. . ilaraboar Route Agreed 6q, (By Tbusgraph.) Aujrust iith. The Committee appointed by th+. -raroochy Shire Council met in Brisbane to-night, and after very careful consideration oi' all the facts laid before them in connection with both proposed routes, it was ultimately decided to agree to the Nambottr-Buderum route subject v to a easement agreement being ob tained over the Moreton Central Sugar Milling Company's tramway line at present running as far as Diddiffibah.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Elections. PROBABLE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

Federal Hectio&s. PROBABLE CANDIDATES. [ The elector* of the State will, beforetie ,? end of the yeiur— in December, it * ex«. ' : pected— be called upon to eatrcixe tbeir/ privilege of t hi franchise, and already thd following are aanounced as probable cats* dldates:- I ; . f Senator T. Olaaiey (I.), Senator J. C . Stewart (I..), anil Messrs. H. Tnrley (t,| and T- Givens (JL»y, ? ' t '??'? HOUSK OP R«PRS9«aTATIVK3. ' O:dey: VL Kdv.ard» jl.) # : J. ?rtogl« (2«) '?? . : -A- Morrton: J. Wilkinsoa (IM ;'? f Wide Bay: A. Pisherft.} |; G.Stupart. Herbert:' F. W. Baniionl f ! ^.,. Maranoa: J. Page f t. Darling X)c* on : L. E. Groom f f Kennedy: C. M'DonaldJ t.: Capiicoraia : A. ' Pattenoa, f W. Kidl ' won. M.JLA., R. P. Kambrick; G. Kg « i\itten. ? .' ,- r&- ' lirisbaue: T. Macdon«ld-P«tin3On. } ' ;* j Present Member. ? % ^' t ? ? '. '? . '??-- K /. ,. Printed -aisj- I'ubushbu b] Luke Whueasb Whucxn^om at tbe i CKitoutctB Ofkck \ . C0wu^:rSntaai!j NAiss^rT . -f. !?? -1- - ...

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

;. QtjESTION™^ i Do yjcfu want i^Bli 'your. b' isines$ ? j^B -♦Do y|(?ii want toij^Ha busi ness? !- !H Do y^u want a I^Ber ? . . Do yicjm want ca||^B:? Do yj-?xi want anf^Rloyee ? Do yiciu want tof^fte your s xrials,; iconcerts, ij^Hj &c, a s lccessp. ' ^B!- a jiThen AD\MbsE ii in tfrd^B || 'Chron^B.' : | wor?3s, is. \ j^B ( r 3 insertions / ^SHl. for 2sl 6d. ' |^B ' J I

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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FRUIT PRIZE WINNERS AT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

FRUIT PRIZE WINNERS AT EXHIBITION. Prizes, obtained by Moreton ites : Pumpkins, G. R. Biggs, Caboolture, 1 ; maize (large yel low), any variety, J. T. Biggs, Caboolture, i; maize (white), T. Rose, Mooloolah, 2 ; man gold, J. T. Biggs, 2. Fruits. Tropical citrus fruit. — Best collection citrus fruit, Austra lian grown : D. Smith, Bar roon Falls, via Nambour. Pineapples : J. Mayers, Nam bour. Cumquats : W . Hooper, Woonibye. Oranges, round, best dozen : W. H. Harvey. Collection of oranges : W. H. Harvej'. Mandarins: W. H. Harvey, Montville. Special prize of £2 2s., presented by the Queensland Citrusgrow ers' Association, for the best packed three cases of oranges in the association's cases, 2oin. by loin, by nin., outside measurements, ends fin., sides fin. thick : W. H. Harvey. Special prize of £2 2s., pre seateefby Messrs. W. H. Duffy and Co., Roma street market, for best packed two cases of oranges (long packers), most suitable for eicport : W. H. Harvey. Collection : of fruit, Que...

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

A Fractured Arm. On Wednesdaj' an accident befel an eight }-ear old son of Mr. W. Carnell, of Obi Obi. Whilst plajnng about some logs in the school paddock at that place, he fell over one of them and received a clean fracture of the left forearm. The lad was brought into Nambour, and received such treatment at the hands of Mr. Crofts as permitted him to return home the same day.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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WOOMBYE. Aug. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 14 August 1903

WOOMBYE. Aug. 11.' Fine weather has followed last week's soaking rain, and the de vout wish of everyone is that it may continue so for soiiie weeks, as there has been sufficient rain now to take us well into the sprinsr. Superintendent Tronson, of the aboriginal settlement, has a good team of native footballers in train ing for matches to be played shortly between a team under-.^his charge and one from the Deebing Creek station. A picked team will then tour Queensland, and the surplus proceeds from matches will be de voted to charitable purposes. Mr. Tronson is every inch a true sports man, and a good football player, and his men are taking great in terest in the game. It is very strange that so many ro'.'-!i characters are'scnt from Dr. Rotlfs settlements in the north to the Woodford settlement. It shows that there must be good confidence reposed ihs Mr. 'Fronsm^^nM^ trative ability, otherlrise there would not be such, large additions made from time tor time to our black population...

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