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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

ADHOR TEAT~-** Only fro* ; IlfXTER, W« inbre.« 1 Hatelisation Papers, ! In reply to Mr. James Wilkinson, meni- ? ber for Moreton in the Federal Parliament, : on Tuesday last, the ?rime Ministtr, Mr. ?? Deakin, said that no fees attached to the ! takinjf ont of naturalisation papers. : 'The hou^ -feiI5-miserable j w-ithotit it,'— tend the \\d man j went strsdght a-v^a^- and or dered the Chronicle, r N ? fMtefon H. i ; ? '| ? ?[ : T j, :':--!;.) i;-y-.')|^B|'i :u.-s:::njj (-ft; : aV-vj --r^i-^^Kj-:: -v.i- i,.-ld as ti i.'il in th'.- \M-!|H|kr S-.-' r»ii of : ! Art* i-;i S.iv.ir 1:! ;, H|J!j ,t., :: t iir ; rit-i:i; ..jt kin; :-rf »i]k'i-i.;ering tli.vi die:u.-!*: ^ti:.|H|!|f w.-.»tli--r. The l-^ifk-n- od^MRiji'io t-Jnir. Qorr jfpoii'ieucv 'n|^Mi}| fr!»:n Air. j Him i«:lii7, (in rc-^!.^Rj-lir recj':.cst j f;pr i: PVmation cMii-^KKii?? natural- j i.4ati' n). stuing ii'i^KfH Ke.Js-n- j tiion. i'3turaIis:itii3hi9K|ri- i..ust he j take: v-»nt from tViy^Ri^l autliori tijes inly. ?TIu^jj^Kfl...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

Rainfall. The rainfall rejr.sterecl at the X im'tonr station for the week ending 9 a.m! vestw day totalled 1 -22111.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Remarkable Horticultural Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

Remarkable HorticDlfnijal Yarielies, Some remarkable examples of what scientinc cultivation can do for plant life were to be seen at the Horticultural Society's show, yhich opened on May 26 in the Temple Gardens. This is the greatest flower show in England. A Catjtleya orcnin -.vitn a blue ' lip was ope ot the greatest novelties exhibited, for hitherto this colour has been 1 nob tainable in these plants. The s peci 111 en shown is priced at 150 guineas. Many plants have a 'missing colour,' such as blue in roses and dahlias. Scarletjin sweet peas has hitherto been unobtainable, \-ui a Shrewsbury grower slaows onj: that 1 very closely approaches the desired tint, and he is confident that a little further cultivation will result : ir the right shade being obtained, i Several 'black' tulips wefe on sale at half-a-crown each. It; must be confessed, however, that tHere is still a faint trace, of crimson iiil their composition. : j A deep crimson tulip was |onnd quite recenth* in a Scotch ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

TO T»l- ; OK. |:B t— Once agfu suture a line %Wf - to }'our:||); ;r not to in &Wk i in anj- xja h your 1111 |H f d rights If) ? : such matter l«s 4 w'u- ov'\ie Pucn as )'ou $M\ ibt, and b«|n ; bid a cam %Wt ipt. I n|*t ! isn offended *'«! }rr ex?rc^f{el OUT editorial Ik! i or ttshifi tne sporadic *iw ?cy°f°ur!f: ' ? pent money |w| i s. I aii$ ? '?? I ver of legal rM ss, or des.ijlo I posing as an «-?] .in local g|i\ I cut, but the |8 ;s of the pUr: ? vho, at Nam liK' should pbjs! M wisdom, or, '36' f(- colIinui?'' I ? U1 dealing im* '3ses broitel| m cially before '] 1 if justice: ||i SiHl out accord ill o the ani|'.i6j IB', knowledge \ li td outsidQ;t| IBidence heard ;i 1 jrt, and \\fjtf ??k'are flouted y \ oouncing-fis.* II p'r to the ap J»; i 1 L satisfactjpM ^H^e presiding |v f |ary, who} ( IB 'je police S: ( iutes inul!;t:| 1H complainant y| ) |ts, and injiuj Iflh adds insult jjj 1 (in* by tha: in IBiiiion of non Ih t |ut motiv«' , 1 IB&ich motives M [ xist, is \...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

I- T° m- II^R !f«t i-Takin}(ili IK'Telegraph- j -$?£& rchioth;!?! wm' account of j \*M fee Court. ||i Wim 'bad lang- | -^m $ I'erhaill IjBi.s not quite MHI ? as 'ol#: liK Of course. lltisi.} fcustd asrti; |JB a constable, ^'i i naturally IWRsed the off y-atf put in a cgr-amiA aw tiour on WMb iarv27th;i|'.fl|B.-ard by Mr. $&& ^011, P.Mlj* *|w evidence of ij^p i the liuj.fs, S ljie and vile j -&mii jige was uj&S :: evidence of I $mn Tant aiu^if^f| lughter was i ?pm.\ M» whils^B ur witnesses pM\ fttnemw-l|« redited. The HHf: »vas cond«(B jy Sergeant ||®| |U. and y-ijj ? s dismissed, !^»* ^a^ eK'°^i% 2S- were al' mM lj,*and 6s big Sv »ses for the ||&! jman wh{i'ig| -u-oreorused %m'i \nordin MM* Could you fcifi * tell me|i'-ll| litor, how it |IB be callecilfi* lias the word pit; srally uij(M« Illi in that his fcsflji! |:videncei|y» ll^at of his MM ft daugl^irl ilijd be taken |«? ith, wHJjef Hr; witnesses' $Wl * must gH^iifi ??; And why, 8tR...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

To the Ki-itc1k? j Sir. — I would like to d ajfv aVten^ } lion through your coJun n?. to the! -j--tsiijcidal policy of the partHJovern-?. \ ment in blocking settlfcni eut of tlic 1 land by the inau^uratihitf of iij4 ' 'timber sales before UeJprtinn *? I I have recently n- tice-l *q .:te |: j ] number of such sales ajvertisec } j throughout the Moreton, ajid notlij; ; ing worse could be done lo 'ilockse- ' j lection in our district, hough t\k | ; system Tcaj- or may no lj'e justif! -j ? able in other parts. In tie More- \ ! Ion, selling the timbei [off Ian 1 j opened or about to be ojfened f( j i selection must be conde lifted froi i ', quite a number of standpoints ) v/hilst ev-;r}' inducemeuti should fjc j j aivt-n, and eveiy impe|li«aent rdji ?; moved to have our variou^ and d - - Versified lands occupied! ajjid mad l I 5 jjroductive. Our superior rainfa 1! I ^nd climate, and ot itr ]avi.4s! 1 natural endow^aienLs en itje us ia\ ! the greatest consideratio 1 jn tryit^j ! to settle...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

Bo{f}?ed were the .wheels of bullo, :ky's team, ^ A—a' ? And lurid the air nmdffKB; 1 Jlut smiles wreathed JyTslftace whei his mate came alon^f //jf With a billy of sy-leiidwl vkpr Of Huntkr's Woonili-oTea.'

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

DISTRICT NEWS. (BV OC'K O'V.V CORRESI'OXDKXr } Fruit continues to be despatched from the local station in large quan tities. Last Thursday over ;oo double cases of pines were s ;nt away. A prominent grower, appre hensive with regard to the stati : of the market, at once proceeded to Brisbane, but was'gratified tofnd that consignments from elsewhbre were light, the local consignment totalling more than half of fhe weekly shipment to Melbomjne. The prices received are in mniuy cases not sufficient to cover ex penses, and one local grower Jost the whoje of a consignment ofj 50 cases, while at the same timej he had to bear the cost of shipment to Melbourne and thence to New 2iea land. Latest advices indicate tlhat the southern market is improving. I he committee of the Porestbrs' sports on Easter Monday metj on Saturday evening. The conductor notified that the Foresters' Banjl of 26 members would be able toattfend the sports. Kfforts are being made to secure a cheap train from Iris bane...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

The Parson sat in his sturlyjcool, 15ut his thoughts --ii#tifc irio't woiltl flee: If I ^ { Till his wife came in -vTilpliir ol'ti sv eet stnile, XT I And a cup of Adhor V&*-^ / Yes, Hustkr's Adhor Tea!1*

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

TO TiJli ??'TOR. ?m ,-How ?!c H Mr. J. D. will pbell nuiijj I H len he reads WGL . \V. Smi jy- H )g-* of him in H!lu ^:lst ^ssue f : HI ^U1d °f hini lank mind J.llfist H| many times !%1J iis brougi I '] jBJlinisters and Md ed banqt |tM|Brapleton, and m soon ne n|| HEcrrreu un uic :W)i eton and m'i Ba-' people at jSgl xpense oi?|h| liulong neigh ;»,|s : Mr. SiUitl ?loo delicate to jE-.i ion anytji-.1! ?&.«'-ut ^6 per :gt- , or special! Ufu- and free iHI', ay passes ^j-t| ?I 'speaks of a 111 ugtrannvf.-i H6iapshemeans W -sruike tr|;j.j K'liere is the mk- |ng tramw y,| l|-' ? The cat is 'mm if tl-.v i'-au Vf Be make a clean Wm: t nf it. x '..15 Bigh hours are t»^ id of tht: V| Brl^' -ou an-^ *« ; (l'(tc **1U V'l B have sot a Mr is sending iu the bailiff. Huriih ! J.D.. you have done them brown. We have five votes, and I hope :un will be our member for t;.e 1 Mig future. Never 'mind the Duljmg people : the Moreton ' Mule' vill stick tovou, and so will we. //?«-? homini lupus. Th...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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THE DA[?]TRY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

? t!he oa$ IWosTity. ; iihe inein| f«l|pte Queens la! j-f Ijuttei; jfiljisfacturers' A ^D'ciationji ^K»; dairy ex pij i ; of| tlij wHjtftment of A ?nculturej1 igHiirhomson) at1 ;5the ; Natl |jBf|si;ociation ! R Qtns on; | IBpeay after- J m JJi, Mar-| -^B1 \ for the pvrj)ose; of I ^HM an in fo itial c]iscu; i^Buhe da* ?- Ijinj n mdustr| vi^mkl Minister ; |;!bj iAgr'icultJ HTon. D. F. | jD? iihatn), wl |^Bm|iember of | |th : ;;Associa| j^Rks present | Ijfoi tjlie purpl taHjI^trodticing | |;iM . I Thorns^ i^H.jtliose as-! |se: libled; T| fflMi-jter spoke j ipf|Be.titgen| i^B|§-such an ! .exkk, {and S kHBtf; out that! :M|i|:Tljoni.s}.»l|dd breakj fr(||i grounl j^Bily. Mr. | Tl|a3risoji woi \ JEbU build up : ;anl|i;er'j; foul JB^- It \v;is ' itlifineefing j i ^Kjcirnoon, as thliactory iii ^Bflhad done a Jrlnt deal : ^Bj \ dairying tuefcfetry, an ^H } opinions -.vo|^l be wef -j ^Bs?|' tlie uew e:-5 ^-t. An ^BM- discus *io! t| then foil ] jB^le indus- \ ^I'Qeing rev i^R^m its in- i cep :pr...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
JUDGING HUNTERS AT SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

JUDGING HUNTERS AT SHOWS. The conference convened by the Minister for Agricul ture, and held in the rooms of the Royal Agricultural Society, Sydney, was very successful ir. arriving at a scale of points for judging hunters, and also in arranerinp' to hav-p vsrinnc practical hints conveyed to judges. It was decided that the plan of judging should be: — A, jumping ; B, hunting qualifica tions ; C, type and soundness. It was also decided, with re gard to points for juftpicg, to adopt 10 points as a base, and ,1 r it ? % « tne ionowmgscaiewas adopted: — Clear jump, 10 points ; tip behind, 9 points ; tip in front, 8 points ; hit in front, 5 points ; hit behind, 7 points ; hit all round, 4 points ; run through, o points ; baulV pnee, 5 ; baulk twice, o; t 'baulk three '1 : IjiiesJ ret: !i»|; was agreed lt?it a horJj «Bi.-S-atiIks three iijies snalj;, |H^rcd to com ete again1 i ||IH!jsaine com- j ejition or! ijHfe^t fay. It, 'i|s resolve mB|(|v mnxi.uum : & one-thi:! I ifHpfie poss...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

Th thk Editoh. ! bir.— Ii» vour issue of the #Xr\\ ttanl appeared a Utter from Mr. \v. I. M t^u. ot Mapkf.1. defending .Mr. J. & ^r ' |^ madeapmist bun in ^oiir coluniiMl uent Ins past poht-.cal duties. As Mr. Si ith'l re!I1arks lead ue to believe that 4 ha« misunderstood me, I trust you willl ra^t me a little f ?rthc space to e.^ « ''f welcome Mr. Smith's letter jnsi &t\ iml heranse the tone of it for u .Iwcuwji ' oT tins km, is on.mendnble. If Mr. «j ^ w! ««wj »«:? I-revious letters aKail he will h..d ttet acconlinK to mv v, ,k£ ^.iS?S.P_bf.LP!.l- ^ certrxia^hi,, » h ', vu' ''?' '?eiJiuiuidurestjit Oie pulonff tn.nr.vay, and other matterst I ££ their heuda lint the Mo«to,,Ke ec S^ is mortKi.Ke,I to Mr. Campbell bod,' Si^J soul, and that J.D. is wore it? ; ?P tutor than a servant, and ^^'fc oppose or c.-ilicine him tTnio^ ^T anarchy than tie r.-..i.., „«? _ -mow- .»'*«— My hwtlette; was written to tl e -'H ^T icle in defence of Federal ma! ert ^-Hdno^^^SrS^ it -own ...

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 — 18 March 1904

(£ oxi:c&i*&niic}tceJ ,\Ve freely invite correspondent i otf any matters «f importance to the;1 coni inuiiity. but in 110 in.ttuiicc do we! f«-M ourselves re-it.on.sit)Ie! for the opj ticmx expres.*e,l in t lis column. In al?; i^, tile writer - ti*ktn»- nml ,.-1-1-^ ? _: 1. . affixed to the nmmiscript, not nectar ily for pubhcatoii but ,Us an act ol*kuo«I faith.) ? ? *? 'Be brief, for it is with u-ar« ; as u-it/i sttntoii'is, the nwre t/uy* arc condensed tie deeper tke.v burn':*

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ALIEN POPULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

ALIEN POPULATION. The number of coloured aliens in Queensland on De cember 31, 1903, is estimated to be as follows : — Chinese, 10,047; Pacific Islanders, 8,563 ; Japanese, 2,153 ; In dians and Cingalese, 1,059 ? other Asiatic population, 1,864 ; total, 23,686. The estimated population of all other nation alities is'49T,844, or 95'4i per cent of the total population.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR ESSAY. HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

OUR ESS AT. HABIT. ? (fiv Seccxdus-) It is astonishing how ] eople be- j come accustomed to doi lg things | they have no wish to do, and ap- i pear to be unconscious of doin^; 1 them till through some rt minder in j speech, look, or action, they are j apprised of their demex nour and i faults, and would quic cly undo what b3d been done if it were possible. Why is this ? Itisbecau.se tie volition of the will, tie lose of the bodil}' organs, the ad s of mem ory, and the affections of the senri Diuty nave piayea an - important part in'their training that thejr have given birth to habits. ' Habits be come second nature. Per laps some of u« know that to our cc at, to the detriment of our usefulne ss, happi ness, and success In life It is not a pleasant thing to arrive fit the railway station just in tii le to see the train move away frorr the plat form, and yet there are iiany vic timsof suchdisappointme ltbecau'ie. thev have acquired tht habit of being late, late at aim* -st ever, thnig...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COST OF FEDERAL ELECTION. IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

COST OF FEDERAL UECYIOH. Ix QuKKxsr.ANrt. One of the most surprising' features of the details for the minor States is the fact that whereas the first Federal elec tion in Queensland ^ost the community, under State man agement, £ 1 2, 34 1 Tgs. 8d., the second election, under Federal management v.-as conducted for } ^6515 is. 2d., a reduction of neafh'- 50 per cent.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. It has been decided to open Parliament for the despatch of business on -May 10. The members of the Cabinet are busily engaged preparing busi ness for the forthcoming session.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agricultural Matters. PRACTICAL DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

A^iicultural Matters.: PRACTICAL DAIHYINS- ? Tiie person who takes up dairying as his life occupation ! has much to leant before ~ije ' , is master of his profession. Dairying, the same' as otae|r : ] lines of business, has become ' j divided into se%-eral and disi-j( tinct branches. Any branch o!f ; ; *.*««-^ ^««^^.** LS«^W*W A& VtlV.^ VVtikWk^Lr . ^ ment,intellectual development!, l and a good compensation. Th£ ' : pursuit of dairy farming (says : A. J. Glover, in ' Prairitj: . ] Farmer' ) depends upon certain ? j fundamental conditions, which ' ( I shall discuss in this lessonj. : , It is necessary to decidi j j whether the person is adaptec j \ to dairy work before he takes; j \ it up as his vocation. Adapt- j ( ability figures largely in the j j success or failu e of any busi- t ness, arid-it is no less true of - dairying.*. It is true that many! * people are in the dairy busi- 4 ness, not from choice, but he-. ? j oailSP frif»rf- i«; nmn-»T in if RuK * ?—?-»»»?»? ???» ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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SHIRE COUNCIL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 18 March 1904

SHIRE COUNCIL ELECTIONS. At the Longreach Police Court on Monday last a married woman was charged with a breach of i6t of the Criminal Code, in that she forged her husband's name to a Shire Council voting paper. The princi pal evidence was given bj- Constable Whelan, to whom the accused ad mitted signing her husband's name. The woman says she always did all her husband's business. She was committed for trial at the next sittings of the District Court.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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