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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

1 1 We it ^ *»rccar,t. \ 'Ivir. J. Ci I IMk! jof Queens .;j?.vi's I^r.d-j 3«^Kither fore f liters, {o\% ^???lia|it year as »-j Stows : - 1 1 ilgS ! i » I ? I :? WWM \ v taj2st.l1 t) 3iiii -K^B:i ?lIso Metric difiurba icei |. ijfiM'th'ilikely some hi -i! at i^ Aati- SStjid the south rroft]iiili! - 1 : KMfiHaces. I (yEi^jJBurtO. I The iTolHt'lBl^ghts have i Ifcn d«|d£i||i l|B|r. S. Kelly I (paudicapp'l l-Bitiie various! ikes t( be|ril«£aster Mon- ! cnvatJECeill^B;:?- | :!!AID4 iBHrKv Love,! =i9St., f NeiNfa IMar, 9SL, and M-r. pm| iBja— Merton, 9St. |iolfeSJ|«^ba.sh, 8st. 13^., HjlW{8st.. and Clarf Bc|W^lbs' MJENII^VOii llWhxDICAP.— f.Merion IK, ? Wabash, !i;8st. iioi^jIMJjClare Boy, |.7St.plb^ |H

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Nambour [?] Court. THRIC[?]ED. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

ryi|mbOjUr ;i |Bp; Court. ii TH ^lQ]i ( Hi'ND-' Iji.ist vS Ltiimi ^?pfng James A;'.?fd, who .b ' ^?titaken into ct^f)(1-v o 1 the; ifi^Ksj afternoon, wu^lbrou-. ht itfrit ^B| -[essrs. W. WtlUey. J. ,i|j «; {uul F. M. Mfiftagh. rj.P.iJ i [Hjilirges l)eing lYypreu agju: s '^?/t,| to all ot \vt4il-h he pleajij 'S^Bi'.: For hav ipj'ittsed ijj-.l? f^Bfinguage in Ci;irie-st:cet'i'!;M [|H|»ied^i, the o^vrionbe-ngnjj ; Hicut foirseven djif s ; :ar cl fo« 1 i^B'f'ind olTtnce («.:^iug in ultip ^BK' in ^^rrie sptet whireb'.^j ^Hj 6f the peace rj^-havebecti! 1 ^Baid) a similar fyi; was inflik| j ^Bitb the same qp|ion. l*4je Xty ^B;i:se was that h:ttunla»v ully;;|j; ^Hi J\ctingSer gj|nt M'N'eil||| ^BijTithe execu tja'i of hi ; dtiti;|?j ^?-j-je-street. i, Acting Ssrd-lj ?'jN'eill said he \\& refra ned f i ^?iigmenting on thSttwo pi evi(.m|; ^B'Xk a practice ritisiad always; 5r ^Btl;in am- case \fjfctre a \ lea tt ?- ^???das entered, Ui» the 11 Uuri'l g^»Hi.stance was si-Sji ' th; t hfes ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

To THE EliITOR. Sir, — Will you kindly permit me : to say a few words in defence of; what, to my mind, appears to be a j gross scandal hurled against the} committee of the Mapleton school ! which is contained in a letter which | has appeared in your paper pre-i viously. In the first place, the,! committee has been appointed by I the wishes ot the parents of the! children, and to condemn them alii is simply leading one and all to be- - ljeve that the parents had made aj search for the purpose of collecting; all the bigots in the district andj electing the:n thus. Xow, l am well acquainted with the committee! and do not think there is one man!; on it who is not aware that I have ? been brought up a Roman* Cath- : oHc — they have never exhibited thei j sjlightests signs of bigotry, knowing! I that I was such, and have at all I times been iriendly and obliging, j They have been my neighbours for the past seven years. Certainly I was put on my guard against tjhem at the time of my arriva...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

To the Editor. Sir. — In your issue of February 19. I put certain questions to the President and councillors of the Maroochy Shire Council, but they have practically ad mitted the ff.ct that they are unanswer able. Certainly the President, Mr. Bury. : (so your issue of a fortnight ago reports), I referred me to clause X2S as an answer to ! one question. I presume this is a mis print and should read clause 22S. Now, sir, I am quite satisfied with this clau-e. as also am I in accord with much of the whole Act ; hut what I object to is Mr. Bury making an Act of his own. and by Irounce and misleading statements trying to make ratepayers conform to it. 1 1I0 not deny having received rate notices in June (not valuation notices— they gener ally come out a month or two earlier), but I do deny the Council the right to be unable to find my letter (to which I have the late clerk's reply) stating that I am not the owner of certain land, and ad vising the Conncil as to ownership and also that I ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

To the Kditor. Sir, — As one oi the oldest selectors on the Blackall Range, and not being in the Moreton electorate, permit nie to say a few words. Stineone is writing letters to tlie '? Chronicle,' and signing himself ' Farmer.' I think it would be more manly if he signed his own name. Aoanaoneu selections. — 1 nese are sam ? to be on top of the Range and all round '? it. The LandOffice have no knowledge ; of any such abandoned selections. The Blackall Range people will say with no ? uncertain voice who has been their advo- : cate for tlie last twenty years. Very few of the selections on tlie Range are in the Moreton. but that land is selling well is . proven by the numerous sales, lately. ! From .£5 to ^S per acre is not bad for \ abandoned country, the roads being very ! little better than thev were ten vears ! ago. ' ! Durundur Estate. — ?? Farmer' knows ? better than most men what hard uphill work Mr. Campbell had to get Durundur ! for the people. The Minister for Lands ' of th...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

(£tfrvcei;»0n&eitc-r. (We freely invite correspondence on anr matters of importance to the com munity, but in no instance do we hold ourselves responsible for the opinion? j expressed in this column- In all cases i the MTiter's name and address must be affixed to themanuMnipt, liot necessarily ' for publication but ss an act of gooii i faith.} ' i 'Se brief, for it is with uvrJs as | with sunbeams, the more they arc \ 'coiidensed ike deeper they bumS' \

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 — 25 March 1904

Bogged were the wheels of -^3i^8Bky's team, f y And lurid the air made he : / /) J But smiles wreathed b:s fa/e{wjieu/his mate came along / With a billy of splendid tea, / Of Hunter's \Voombye Tea.* / We Ask of 'Chronicle' Readers. / First, that they shouldydo their utmost to increase our circulation by bringing the paper tinder the notice of their friends; /that' they should always mention !that they saw the advertisement in the ' Chronicle' when making pur chases from those storekeepers who advertise with us, and point out the folh- of neglect to those who do not. That they should use their in flnence on any administrative coun cil or committee to obtain adver tisements ior us, and the\- should see to it that we are regularly in formed of what is happening of an interesting nature in their neigh bourhood. The I'arson sat in his study cool, Bnt his thoughts 011 the wind would. flee';; .. . ' Till his wife came in with her own /jsget smile, / Ls- I And a cup of Adhor Tea — ' / Yes, ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

THE BALL. Winterford's Hall was requisitioned for the holding of tte race ball, a recognised tin'sh to a country race meeting, and needless to say it was an unqualified success in every particular, notwith standing the humidity of the atmosphere and the condition of the floor, the latter being due to the dancers themselves in that that they cirried Nambour's damp sou into the hall. There were upwards of 50 couples present- Mr. L. W.. Wil kinson officiated as master of ceremonies, while Miss Kennedy i piano), Messrs. W. Buckby, F. Ferris. D'. Cogil, and P. Car roll (accordeon) supplied first-rate music. During the evening songs were rendered by Messrs. O. Cowley, H. Taylor, and H. Crawford. Refreshments were provided by Mrs. W. H. Winteribrd. and heartily partaken of. It was not till 4 a.m. that the celebrating of St. Patrick's Day be came a matter of past history so far as the year 1904 is concerned.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Thomas' Carbolized Cattle Dip. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

Thomas1 Carbolized Cattle Dip. Messrs. James Campbell and j Sons, Ltd., in securing the agency foi Queensland and New Sonth Wales of Thomas's car- j bolised cattle dip in tiie early portion of last year were for tunate, for the dip has caught on, and 3ias now a reputation among dairymen and others that might well be envied by those controlling dips thathave | been before the stock people of; Southern Queensland for a! much longer period. It is claimed by the agents that there is no better dip on the ? market, and if numerous '?? testimonials from well-known stock people be any criterion, the claim is not without foundation. One feature of the preparation is that, while it is sold as a cattle dip, it may be used for sheep and horses also, and instead of scalding stock and withering the skin i the dip has quite the reverse effect, the coat after dipping; showing an improvement that j is surprising. The prepara- \ tion, in addition to being per- j fectly effective with ticks, is a j re...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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The Late Mr. Jas. Pollock. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

The Late Mr. Jas. Pollock. ? Quite a gloom was cast over Beer- j wall on Sunday when it became j known that Mr. James Pollock, an old and respected resident of the 1 Moreton district, had passed away after a long and painful illness ex tending over some eighteen months. Mr. Pollock was born m the north of Ireland, and came to Queens land when only ti- years of age. Shortly after his arrival he wrote and advised his father and mother to come out to this colony, and on their arrival they took up their residence on the Xorth Pine River. Mr. Pollock's first mission in this State was the fishing trade, at which he did %-ery well, but becom ing tired of that calling he turned his attention to the timber business, principally in the Yaudina and Mooloolah districts, which occu pation he followed up to the time of his compelled retirement from all active work. He underwent a severe operation at St. Helen's Hospital (Brisbane) some twelve months ago, and since then has been virtually helpless...

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Milk Paint. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

Milk Paint. A use to which skim milk, sour milk, is not often put is j paint-making. , Yet this pro- j duct makes possibly one of the \ most enduring preservative ! and inexpensive paints forj barns and outbuildings. It i costs little more than white- 1 wash, provided no great value ; is attached to the milk, and it j is a question whether for all kinds of rough work it does i not serve all the purposes and ; more, ofthe read}- mixed paint, ? or even prime lead, and paint '' mixed in the best Iniseed oil. : Stir into afgallon of milk about 3lb of Portland cement, and : add sufficient Venetian red paint powder, or any other color that may be desired, to produce the tone required. The milk will hold the paint in suspension, but cement, be ing very heavy, will sink to the bottom, so that it becomes 'necessary to keep the mixture well stirred. This fejy^nje of the stirring is the on^^araw back to the paint ; aHllfs effi ciency depends upon adminis tering- a good coating of the cement, t...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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THE MAGICAL ISLE OF WHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

THE MAGICAL ISLE Of WHEKL Do you ever sail through Dreamland, To the magical isle of When, Which lies near the shore of Somewhere. In the beautiful land of Then? Where all your duties are pleasures. And all of your work is play; Where you never think of to-morrow, Rut live in the joy of to-day. You sail from the port of Silence, When the ;work of the day is o'er ; j Your eves are aglow with visions, As your boat nears the shining shore. Yon have dropped life's fret and worry, While you quietly glide away, With your pilot Meditation, Out into the Dreamland bay. And then for the homeward passage, Through the billows of gnef ami care; When the duties that crowd your waking Seem more than your strength can bear; ; When the noise and the clamour greet you, As you stand at your Dream ship's prow. And your pilot drops his anchor ! In the practical land of Now. ' Which, spite of your dreams and visions, You find is the land where men Learn how to enjoy the pleasures Of the magical isle of W...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IF WE ONLY UNDERSTOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

IF WE ONLY UNDERSTOOD. Could we draw back the curtains That surround each other's lives, See the naked heart and spirit. Know what spur the action gives, Often we should find it better, j Purer than -we judge we should ; I We should love each other better. If we only understood. If we knew the care of trials, Knew the efforts all in vain. And the bitter disappointment, Uuderlving loss and gain, Would the grim external roughness . Seem, I wonder, just the same ? Should we help where now we hinder? Should we pity where we blame? Oh, we judge each other harshly, Knowing riot life's hidden force, Knowing not the fouin of action Is less turbid at its source, Seeing not amid the evils All tlie goMen grains of gocxl; Oh, we'd love each other better, If we onlv understood.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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OUR STOR[?]LUMN. MY BLIND [?]BAND. CON[?] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

our oafflttuifor. JM& BL ND1 rlfffe AND. aJlh j Tlfn I w is tojh :§JK' About ex- '? jh.iiislon an 1 thsj; tfflK&& for per- ! |fe t gniet fjr M|jl | B|a;n : while j jar o[»ate to lowy; tf ^Bii^ulant lor j [m st^f. and [ sar|& iK ^fcjipmber as ; pr-lo#ml a; e^c ' | ^B^ mortal ; j :t cms e; rly ??'? nj^^Bj;( when I ' I i r-j|-r ami dre^sf Hi}velf. di-- guUteS with( my ;*l-i ^fcjsso Ion?: 'ft-I-jerisKarry was ^ m Jmfif-: I : Sirried sott&i ?Titjie hall.1 pa. t t|e chaiiber a S H't*- guest*. '? ] '7h.ll door of Hdb| B&ti stood wi|e&-en. ? j : Ih ' \ i v i^irse w is sIl-c; -f«M|feer post. \ an. ; Iituight a gtjn | ?I^arn* in ; be... i\ . p H:^ -; i s-t' |e in. ; .nd s;v fy ^B.-?n2C ^;ith ? & j»re '?* whiebai:.^ ^BLioss his.' ey--. ? jtd his restk-Hs, ^?i?nioving- ; ; ne^lii: ';. soii lethiV^j ^K| parched i lip* tej :|ig p] iinl\- $ :H-^S want I Iise: 'ed th ; wat,d ^Bi-.| and a gln.4.-, I j;d ga*-e hinj i Bjj i i He l.rank le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

»=-- j off | an Netts. Galatea, Flannele lfs, i.actSfcgllj , ^li^^^Ei^^sfflW Cretonnes, Art Muslins, T ikey Twil £ WM ». ||B$lalHlraffiH§lW &c. All Summer Dre sfcoocls ft IfeK o |^^|HH bedrock prices. Clothit gSwell cut & :i&|§. t. ^R^sMI^^^^ Masx Moles, iJeaverTrot «.rs, Hosi $T,S§J ? HHB^^^i is widelv known in Uiis district |t jf=£ I K /PH^i^fli£iS3i9& TYTHERLEIGH, of th : Smau { \-m j fc P&i »81m^. qvick rkturx stork ^: prodmi i ;b 1 1- jy^iSBFllBSk fittiaK Garments at very I -f, Pricesf J U I ,' |§tPJi$l« PW^ Men's Tailor-made Re X-to wel ? I WlB^^m Indigo Serge iilts | : Jj . BPH^H1 Itav.j proved unsurpassed *3ue by tfHqilt .1 (^^^?11 IffiHlli testimonials received, j jF|«, HMH BOOTS '^tfl HIM AlwaysopeninKupnewliJ.es. A' ;||L: J| e BiBaii1 hav; a nice assortment of Jdies' an. |»f hi» \s iili^'MB^Br fflfflB^ISfi BW:k and Tan Boots am jihcKK inf :. £? s, ISH^H, verv fme in quality and pJice. C ;i;'/iH] r wiim&tetwmmaumiimhfSEms Boo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

ROYAL HojrEliji Cahooltuir ;$£ \ u \\ Sm TTflT 'DTJ fefYET ll ^ '? '- 1 . 1. IlUJLiDJD l|LuL ||i|i ; | ? ? (PBOI'RIETO*: llilfPr |; ?J 1 '\ XJ*-- thoroughly rcnovut iif'the aj'f! ij'g J \ Jtl Kotcland inatleexleu: i*c additi'Sj ; [iS !| I and iiolicils from tlie gfailstU publijTi !4|jB ?g I continuance of past favoatsl * M' ?Jg ;B \ — 1] fit'' 1 I'cst Brands of Wines atji|Spirits. g jjg FIRST-CUSS TABLES MO JU^KHpOAT I i ]fj ! Billiards. - Slalifug. I |Mj ? fill

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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OUR ESSAY. BAD LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

OUR ESSAY. BAD LANGUAGE. (BV SECIXDUS.) It is with deep regret we ha\v to refer to the subject placed at the head of this essay. But circini stances mingled with pain ;ind ridicule have compelled us to \, it- ness scenes of a revolting nattire, and listen to language horrifying, even when there has been no ca use for Drovocation. It is evident, both from Press correspondence ;.nd police court news, that bad lan guage is on the increase. It is '? be coming notoriously prevalent ! on racecourses, where perhaps the associations and surroundings are very conducive to such conduct. It is also becora ing more manifest on sports grounds, where the air sho uld be purified of such foul odours, iut is it not among cricketers and ft ot ballers the evil is increasing ;md ought to be suppressed? Thecricket and football ground, claiming the most wholesome recreation and the finest manly sport, should proiuote and encourage ethics that will lift humanity in the moral scale ;md elevate the mind to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

{.'*THE l.iCENSING AC' §-F ^Mk 'Iwi?' -Sections 31 (I) am 34 ' Wt'' i-' ? ? j Ili IOTT1GE OF APPUCAT10H FOR TpSFER i|: I U8EKSHJ WGTUALLHtS &R»KM- £v : j SELLER'S LICENS 1 J -$-: 'JTotfre LitM-sini; Authority -fjbc I.icei || .! sinf,' Mstrict ofltrisbaiie, acjinjjuncij! -;: j 'The licensing Act of 1 5S.y.' | iANDFKW MVINGSTO N'fc KRLI^ j _ fcein'r; the holder of a 1 ,k$rri!»e-l Vit ? -;untler*» license tmder-thc sajrl Act, {$ ' 1ihc prenmes known as the C.-uimercijl fttitel, an3 situate at Nair Ix^u*. in tit j t-a\A Distrxt, hereby jjive 1 oKce that, jj; ijnteml to apptty at the ne ttfcQ-narteri] § Meeting --f Uie'snid Licensii -:S\uthorit ] -o TRAX5FER. the said I^crrise S MICHAEL KEARNEY, ifSGympi. s jJT«ttematt. 4 : j ANDREW I. ]|i;iJ.Y- j i And 1. the said Micha 1 iKearne; l lWrel»y give notice that it is : mSiiitentioj i!o apjdv that such transl ir| may h ':' jjrantcrt tome. I am niani dl having I * ?^jrife and four children. I ia|t- held t f Ijcense before — viz., for ...

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POETRY. AT THE TURN OF THE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 March 1904

1 POETRY. AT THE TURN OF THE ROAD. Where the rough, road turns, and the valley sweet Smiles bright with its balm and bloom. We'll forget the thorns that have pierced the feet And the nights with their grief and gloom, '. ' And the sky will smile, and the stars will beam And we'll lay us down in the night to dream. We shall lav us down in the blooin and light,' ; With a prayer and a tear for rest, As tired children, who creep at night To the love of a mother's breast. And for all the grief of the stormy past, Rest shall be sweeter at last— at last ! Sweeter becau.se of the weary way Alid the lonesome night and long, . While the darkness^ drifts to the perfect flay --_ ? .. With its splendour of light and soiig*-y The light that shall bless us and kiss us and love us And sprinkle: the roses of heaven above us. ?.

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