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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

\-t r w» ' T I ji pest ; *. : \ ts u-.Jerii i*-!y the [ - | PiAIIO -? -? 4 ! ifnJe in a variety? of i? : styles. New and i - i artistic ntcJeU i * 1 _.- -j — _. - ;con*t.m;!y arriving |Tlie ?*? standing' qualities : i jo» tiie'U.insmcnd I'umoif f. itiavc been conclusively ! | - E iprovcJ djiriujf t!ic past 4'!j - I jyears in these Stales. ? - | I If you want the Rcstj ?» i Uritisli I'iano made,;5 - jBtiy aDrinsmetld - r\ ? ? ?i ; * T*c *'ne euorty is extremely rSus-cal j *!M sytip'thetlc. The duntien and | sjloginR r{u»I-ty or the tone are of bigh 4 «C ? !«--i«r. Ihe louoh U very easy and j ii-sportsive. Cash or Easy Tin^j Pay 3 j 80LB AGENTS, «^^\ j .in mum - 1 1 ? i iff'1 ] j j C6-S8 Q'Jen Sf.-ee$,' ; a I ! \ BRISBANE. ! I .. - \ ? f351 Old Pianos and Organs taken in | pjirt payment for new ones.

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 — 4 March 1904

i ? .: i ft iROYAL HOTELJl 'y | ; Caboolturjj .||| j i ? ;pj*i\r.;j:tok ?! 5|jt ?Xi. Hot'ii amliiiaTO'cxtcil .i\3 !i'.Idk:-s|SJ iiffid solicits frpm the geroewl j)u!-'itj|jf JCOntinuai-ce of past fa\*oursL* .'|;| ; j Best llrands of Wines ana Spirits. j|ij FIRST-CU'JS TABLES AND /UKHUifllODAT?| j i ! Billiards. — Stdbljjng. J f 2£cw Friends are ever we! wnre. andij^J ? | ones ever dcaj . If;; fJET ' ' ™ : ~~ * '1 ajT jjeftn . :, | |iFyfclierfeicif| ic-%ly ? dbjper, ;| K'ou with an . ' . ._. _ ijij Article required TAILfVRM jfor household, farm, XAJ-LIUXW | f pr orchat d use at lowest ; f\ -ni M j possible luices. -r. ITIaM} I1 SPECIAL CUT PRICES FQH I .- :jf ilirapery iiid Clothing, WhiMand OreiipJ jHollautis.' Sheetings, \VJn-{ow awlq'S iNetts. Galatea, lJlanneletti?5, I,ace!fijj ?Crctotmeti, Art Muslins, Ttirtey Twiltftij lite. A:l Summer Dress Goods ^-Sj) jhedrock jirices. Clothiiig ivell cut'Sasj iJVIanx Moles, I'eaver Troiisefs, Hosi«&. iTies, Col-ars, l'elt and Straw H...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Widgee Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

Widgee Shire\Counial. ! .1 ? \ : 'At; the meeting of the! Wid ^ejs jShire Council heldf on Fejbrjaary 27, Cr. W. C. Ailder sea ^yas elected chainuHf for ieh^ejnsuing 12 months. Cr. 'Wjebi-ter tendered his res%na iticjn sisa member of the coivncil, ?no! reason being given. [-

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Salvation Army. WEDDING BELLS. SYLVINNIE—JOHNSON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

I f-atoatioii Aimyi i .[_... WEDDING BELLS. 5 |s\bvVINNIE— J0HNi50iT. :_ ! _ . I j 0b Monday night the SfUva | tion Army barracks (Namijour) ] wok filled withja large audience to ivitness the marriage cere mony of Daniel Sj'lvimiie (South Sea islander) to Maud Gebrgia Johnson (a half-caste American iiegress) . Thie . bar racks was very nicety decorated ivitih jpalms and large stasis, of sugai- cane. Precisery at j 7.30 pmjiJMajor Sharp, whp Jcon-e duet^d'thii^ceremoii}', stepped on !to' the platform, closely fol j loXyecl Ity the bride and bride gr{KMJn, and this was the signal far] filing vollc}^ of hallelujahs by j tlie assemblage. Front this onjtlje whole building seemed i filled; with great mirth, while th^: affirmative replies put to . ; the [couple by Major §harp j j -weir e | warmly applauded* fonh I \ to pelfollowed on the p^rbneiunc i : I injjf df them man and ?wife: by j .isoiiid few minutes of greit and jr^o^otis acclamation by their I icoijurjades, intermingled . (with [...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
To Improve Dairy Cows. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

To Improve Dairy Cows. It is well known that milking : qualities in cows are handed down .? from parents to their offspring, as i much as any quality, that cattle are ; able to reproduce ; but for all j that, there is not; even a milking; strain of a milking breed that does . not show a great difference between ; the milking qualities of its various ! members, and therefore it is the i business of even- dairvman to select j and keep on selecting. This very : selecting is an art in itself fsav.s : 'Talpa' in the r' Australasian') [ and tbatitshould bedonefftoroughly ; and intelligently requires, on the i part of the dairyman, careful hand- 1 ling of his stock. Selection by it- j self, Iiowever. is not sufficient, but j must be combined with individual j merit, and the use of pure-bred i sires. Individual merit CJin come j no other way than by inheritance ; I it never did and never will. There- ; fore, as individual merit is the de- j sideratum in the dairy cow, it must j be sought fr...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Type of Cow Required. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

T^rpe of Cow Eeguirel. Even- practical 'dairyman who selects a cow for 'dairy work has a more or less defined notioD of what her form must be and how she shall be built aud finislied, and, while dairy qualities are not altogether dependent upon construction df the carcase, and many exceptions arise to any supposed rule, there is a well established guiding principle that is near enough for all practical pur poses. The law 6t judging a dairy cow is now very closely allied to the aeveioDment 01 ne* DacKocne ana its appendages. The cow of large performance is one that shows larg^ spinal proportions and spinal cord. The heads of great dairy cows are alwa3'S fine and bony, with large protruding e\-es, a|nd a stroigjoint ing spinal column to the head. The back should be rpof-lnie— never a flat back that obscures the spinal processes. The ribs should spring rafter-like away from the backbone, and should be far apart, to give an open expression to the barrel of the cow. At the h^p the tijtck...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EARLY PULLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

EARLY PULLETS. All poulti y- raisers should en deavour to raise earlv pullets — that is, pullets to produce early eg.*s next year when eggs are scarce. If pullets are to be hatched, the eggs to pro duce them should be incubated at once belore it is too late. Too early hatched pullets will start to mouu wnen we wisn tnem to lay eggs. All chickens intended for darly laying should be fed extra well, and pushed along as quickly as possible. We do hot mean that spice or forcing food should used, but sound plain foods as much as they Avill eat. The housing should be attended to. for nullets allowprl tn sleep out or care for themselves will not make early layers. The chief points are to keep them jvarm at night, a fair amount of ecerci.se during the day, the proper kind of food, and to be from laying parents. Some breeders attend well to the birds in the chicken stage, and when the birds are near maturity they get careless, and think that their duties are over, and they have only to wait a...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. Obi Obi. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

DISTRICT NEWS.! (By Our Owx Correspoxdkntsj ) Obi Obi. j A number of the residents frosn Kenilworth and Mapletoh met ;it Obi Creek on the morning of tie 20II1 ultimo, in the form of a surprise part}'. After a short interval \ve started to ascend the range to Teuto berg, and on our arrival we su - prised the residents, Messrs. Nbtl i ling Bros., and v/ere most hospitab' y received and shown around their in which abounds a great variety *-f fruits in season, and, needless to saj:, we did justice in sampling sam(j, after which we ? adjourned to ja spacious dining room, where a sub stantial lunch was served by tl e bachelor hosts, who deserve great credit for their Ktyle and knowled- e of housekeeping;, it being equal 1 o that of soiue ot the first-class pro fessionals. The. following con stituted the surprising party : — Mr. and Mrs. D. Beattie (Kenilworth!), Mr. and Mrs. W. Rossar, Mr. ai|d Mrs. Livingstone, Misses Beattie (:*). Holstein, M'Inally, and Messrs Seij: combe, O'Connor, an...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Government Savings Bank. BRANCH FOR YANDINA. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

Government Savings Bank. BRANCH FOR. YANDIXA. It has been decided by the Government to open a branch of the Government Savings Bank at Yandina forthwith, the duties of officer-in-charge being entrusted to Mr. J. Woods, the- railwa3' station master there.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Fire Beater. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

Fire Beater. The 'National Fanner aud Stock grower' says : — A new weapon with, which to fight bush fires has ju ;t made its appearance, consisting' - -f a chain mat, covered with asbestos in the form of a smothering blanket. This device is supplied with chau s at two corners, and may be easily and quickly adjusted to drag by tl e horn of li saddle or from a swingle :- tree. By trailing it over the grounjd along the line of the fire the flames are supposed to be smothered aii|d prevented from spreading through the dried grass. . [ 1

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Yandina Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

Yandina Cricket Clul). A most enjoyable and soci able evening was; spent in the Excelsior Hall, Yandina, on. Friday night.underth'enuspices j of the above club. The pro- '? ceedings consisted chiefly of: dancing, interp'ersed witli sing- ! ing, some 30 j to 40 couples taking the floor to music sup- j plieel by Miss; O. Donnelly j (piano;, Messrs. W . »v right, j H. Gold, J. Glover, and F. ! Potts (accordeon). Mr. J. i Potts officiated as master ofj ceremonies Songs were ren- \ dered b3' Miss D. -Hore, and | Messrs. J. M'Nab, G. Young, j W. Wright, while Miss O. j Donnelly submittedarecitation, j and Mrs. Wilkinson and Mr. ' Young a duet. During the evening refreshments were handed round b}r the commit- ; tee and lad}r friends, and i heartily appreciated. The i proceedings lasted until 5 a.m., | when one and all left with | pleasant memories of a happy \ night spent. i

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Palmwoods. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

Palmwoods* A very successful concert in a^d of the Sunday-school funds wds held in the Mt:thodis: Church dn Wednesday, the 2Sth ultimo, and, despite the threatening iispect of the weather, attracted a large audi ence. Mr. Duffield occupied tlie chair. The programme | included an instrumental duetb}- Misses L,u(|y Smith (violin) and. Amy Duffiejd (.organ)'; a quintette by the Misses and Messrs. Duffield ; violin solo Ijy Mr. A. E. Hur.gerford; recitation by Miss Carselduie ; aud a dialogue, 'The Domineering Wife,' all j-f which were well rendered and muc h enjoyed. After the concert refresji ments were hamled round, and then, at the instance of Mr. Fewtre^l, hearty votes of chanks by acclama tion were accorded the chairman and all who had helped to make tile concert a success. Mr. Duffiejd briefly respondiid. Great credit jis due to Miss E. , Duffield for tlie energetic way in which she worlp these concerts up and help.* to canry them through. ! On Sunday Miss Ettie Lingand was bitte...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Departure. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

A DepartureJ On Monday Mi's.; A. Ij.,. Kelly and family left Nambotir for Brisbane, and on -the fol lowing da}- were joineltl b}r Mk Kellj-. It is, we are ' ^iven ^o understand, his intention to go across to New . Zealand, theije to settle down at some suitable calling. I

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[?]k for Nambour. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

nfcrtiHnir. ?('I iuesday ^ IIJ1 T. P. \ I ^ K manage i|i|ilCabo01 m^; »ich of 4|liHliniercial M M ft ?? ComjPH»f Aus II H {limited j Hi|| Nam ffiw »uder i^' I- ifE8B°iis to ^|M«Jng ofjilBnch of ^i^Hititution! ^llKmbour. If IfflN^ill bUSgBd in the' ^^||br.sinesg -i ^SpB^*11 Fr^' #$fgj I ttishoulfji ;iM»trouage gg I ektra d§f||ng put s?t!|S I ambourl -tta |»anking p|| I ieswill|[||K back wM. I l :coniu^:*iBard t0 iti |^ I e requirfal iw&m of the M j : The Ifillof the W$m inch wUil'lifeer the 4f9M*n ofj|^||K)gilvie, #rifl uirl1 Olll^liilou Fri llw = kre smHIH uuder p™ at|theli-;||||§ognised iliiim i'k circjjal««risbase i If ifil fe adl #111° here. | ri|^J:e(of o|I^Iwill bei j^i^Ht-ed, pos^j|filB5urnext ! s^lwHut from is§l»aPPear- ? lii f le, ^IIte :hopd ??{!Siie ' Vank h)pij|»3iue an ; mm u\hed f4Sli||»nbour,

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Coming Races. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

The Goniing Races. The following nonsinatiors have been received fur tl^e undermentiAied races to tje run at Nambour on March 1 7 next : — ^ ? ^ Trial Stakks, J in»e : CBa^e Boy, Mistake, Tip Top. f £_,, \ \ Pcblicaxs* PfRSE, i mile : Jeh mond, Wabash, Clare B03-, Meaon, Eau-de-cologne-. / j Xambour Grand Handicap, 1A mile : Eau-de-cologne, Clare Boj-, Ve.rmohd, Merton Wabash. ! The declaration of weights will appear in our next issuej

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NAMBOUR TATTERSALLS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

HAMBOUR TAITERSALLS OLUB. Permission has been granted I y the Government to the Nambour Tattersall's Club to use the total isator on their racecourse cm Thurs day, March. 17 next.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO-MORROW'S CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

TO-MORROWS CRICKET. The Eumundi-Keuil worth Cricket club have decided to forfeit their match put down to l-e pla3'ed to-morrow un'th the Landsborough club at Lands borough. The Woombye club will be engaged on thii Nam bour wicket with the Waratahs to-morrow afternoon.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
An Arrival. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

An Arrival. We have to v;elcome to our midst a great sporting enthu siast in the person of Mr. Owen Cowley, who is at present working with Mr. Kearne3% at the Commercial Hotel, Nam uour. Mr. Rowley is a sprinter of no mean order, having won a heat in one of the recent Sheffield Handicap, ruu at Brisbane. He is also a crick eter of some worth, having been one of G\'mpie's repre sentative men. His name has been added to the list of regis tered members in the local as sociation b3' the Nambour C.C.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Original Poetry. THE BUDERUM-NAMBOUR TENNIS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 March 1904

Original Poetry. THE BUOERUM-NAMBUUR TENMS MATCH. \V-: arc getting quite excited Now the time is dra-win.sr nea.r Wiien the Xambonr tennis champions Will on our tennis court appear. But they will find u? ever ready. Keen of eye, and nerves so stttuly. We are now. in excellent fonn, 1-roni onr practising of lats : Otrr hitting powers are bt-autifnl. And oar agility ih great ; , And onr abilities, 'wlio can dottbt them j But vre are not blowing about them. fust look at our players — There's the daslr'.ng Victor 1'ielding, Then comes stalwa**t John X'Keon — Perfect terrors at racquet-vieWing ; Bat the demons of the Mount-.in Are Jim Guy and Stephen FonnUin. Then come our lady players, So full of viin and go ;' Up to every dodge and style Which to Xambour just spells woe. 31isses Marion, Flo. Jess, and Mrs. Mac. Are a quartette terribly hard to crack. Although our players are demons When they grasp their racquets tight. Dear Nambourites, thev are angels. So you needn't get a fright ; Fo...

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 — 4 March 1904

111 HI ^-ong y |iBicnption! I 1 . Rainfall. ! The rainfall registered at the Xambcur station for tl e week e:i-'ing 9 a jh. vesteri day tota''e' i*4S inr'ies. ? | , ? L . 5 Don't miss rending t!it| Chronicle, as. per quarter] : \ : i WILL X's^fof wlio oecame -jossessed of ?roroge Saddle-clodi on or alwut Januai* ^th last kindly return same to ' Chiorffcle'' office. Nambour Ha!f-Hoiiday Association. AMKETI2Jtq/o0lhe above Association will be hadjH Higginson'i. Rooms, Xambour, on* 1»XDAY ^'ig'tt , next. Marcli 7th, atp jJ»ii. sharp. Business: Iii'Jortant. J Bj onler. HAMB^JR TAHHiSALLS CLUB. ENTRJe/ for Uie WQOD-CHOPPIXG C5OKTJCST will be received ' np till WeanesdjR- night next ( March. 9th 1, / ft'. J. MACKAV. Secretary. 1

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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