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HOW TO TEST SOIL FOR LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

HOW TO TEST SOIL FOR [ LIME. { ? r Take a few clods of the soil from differ ent parts of the field, and have them well dried, pulverised, and mixed. Then take a few ounces of this dried soil, powder it well, and bnrn it to ashes on an iron shovel over the fire. Then have these cremated ashes cooled, put in a tumbler, and mix with as much water as will cover the burnt earth. Then have the mixture of ashes and water stirred with a glass rod or bit of stick (but not with anvthing metallic) into a fine paste, and to this paste-add loz. of hydrochloric acid, commonly sold as muriatic acid, the mixture being well stirred at the same time. If a pretty brisk effervescence then takes place, it may be taken for granted that the soil contains! a fair proportion of lime; but if there be jio effervescence it may be taken for granted that the soil is deficient in lime. '

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE M'NAMARA SHOOTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

^l|g; M'NAklARA SHOOTING '^m . ICASE. ? r L;; ; T:he tr-J of Thomas Stewart and mr yVIfred Jukepl son, the two men con Pi: cerried iu the! shooting of Constable S j M'Namara ii i Brisbane on the 6th ':? j Juneiasit, wan concluded «tm Mon j .day last.. St- .crart was sentenced to r/.j i 15 years', an- 'Jose^hson to 5 years' ; |j imprisonmen I Bolti prisoners have r j served seute ices previous!}', the K .! first-named Ijavihg spent '17V years ?i ^n gaol out- dftlre 37 vears Ve has ^ ;];:;aved. ??? ..'?. . : ?

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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COTTON TRADE CRISIS IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

COTTON TRADE CRISIS IN ENGLAND The ccntinnetl dearness of cottoc is caus ing great apprehension amongst Lanes millionaires and their workpeople, short J time, with a view to the curtailment; of 1 production, having been adopted in nearly every spinning and manufacturing centre in the county. There are fully 80,000 opera tives seriously affected by -the present state of affairs, and it is' feared by nisjjny authorities that no material relief will i be forthcoming for some little time, 'the repeated shortage of cotton, particularly of American, and consequent enhanced prices charged for the commodity, is #i\v a fillip to the British grown cotton project, and substantial assistance is now vouch safed to the scheme by the Lanes Cham bers of Commerce, millowners, textile machinist, and others interested in tbe cotton trade and its vast ramifications. ' Daily News ' of Juisc 22. ? ?

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Federal Elections. PROBABLE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

Federal Elections. PROBABLE CANDIDATES. , :*m The electors of the State will, before t5£fS£ . end of the year- -In December, it Is «*%£ 1 pectctl— be called npoit to exercise tMKgD' privilege of the fmnchbe. and already th«T tolSowing are snnonijcetl an probable ceuit! SXNATK. 4: Senator T. OlaMcy (I.), Senator }. cS'^l^ Stewart (I..), and Mrmn. H. Tnrl»T (LJr -SS5 T. Given* [U) and F. Katai^ (I.) 7^ ^ - Hoc3K of %srs£S»-rxA-nvKH. ( Oxley: R. R.lwanU (I.| |j J. Prtugl« ' v ^Moreton : J. Wilkinson M;)t Wide Bay .- A. Fbtwr (KU; & Stnput. Herbert; F. \V. 8mufoti - iLiranon : J. IVge f * , Dartinu I)owq«: !„ B. Oraotn T 's, Kennedy: C. M'DonakL $ | Capriconiia: A. PiWtt«noo, V ; R. Pv Brbbaoe : T. MnoloiM»-KtmQa. ♦ ' . . 4 PrMvnt Met»«b«r. ' ^' ''**

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W.P.O. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

W.P.O. A meeting of the newly-formed branch of the Workers' 'Political Organisation was held in the Cri terion Hall, Woombye, on Satur day night, there being a very iair attendance. The business of the evening was to consider rules and elect officers for the ensmnsr year. The rules adopted were those of the Clermont W.P.O., witha fewamend ments. The officers ejected, were as follow: — President, Mr. Harry Schmidt ; secretary, Mr. W. S. Roberts; treasurer, Mr. G. Rey nolds; with a very strong commit tee of management. Most of those present were very enthusiastic about the organisation, and think thai the next member for Moretonwfll be an addition to the Queensland Labour party in Parliament. | i

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Commercial. BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

-5j anmeRiaf, brisuaJ^B Me«i- -j ]. Jackson tufHK Ltd.. Hris hane. -font the follo-^^Hales of firm and d; rr' produce lit ^^^Htcmut-Strect markei -~^;terday : — j^^H Mai; . ,pritne, from '-3^H- to 3s per ?«jshcl. mnrkctl^H 2nd Queensl:in-*^^B.l to 2s lid j ber bushel, f^H \Vhe .jirotn 5s 3d to ^^^B „ .. Pott -« {new}. 4s -*l3^^Bci per Gtrt Swet potatoes. astoS^^V ,. .. Puni ksis— table, is Ij^H;-l perewt; . _, tt| k 7a to s.1 g^B Onio s4 }s to 4s 2cl P-S^^B Chaf -iwten JVictoriijH^HJ 6d to 5* yl ] ri;:-wt; whetitci^^Hv), 3s 6d to 4 r. 1; Incerni;, ^^Hto js oil; 1 ixjtl *s to 5s 3d ^M Hay- okteri, Victoria ^^Bo 73 od per c -tjj lucerne. 1st j^^KMd ButU -i prime, is tr^Hldper lb; s jif-fid quality, S j^Hlol' ; thinl C anity. yd to !xl ^H Che*: :Ml to ;;d pei ^H Hoa« -.ilk per lb ^M~ Kgsr? ) ti to 9Ut per d- j^H Pouli '} f-fowfs. 3s id H-! per pair: ti cik XsW te5i|^Keese. && t 5M iod ; turkevI^M to 13s jtl Fruit --pranpes. 2s6d^^Bd per case; r ii^lanns, 5s 9fh^H-s: lem...

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Household Hints. HOUSEWIVES' HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

EousehcJid Hints. i HousEwnj-KS' Haxds. Housework anjd pretty hands are aot incompatible, .though many women believe ? they are (says ''Woman's Life'!*. Women can do all kinds of worik. and keep nice looking hands if|they are willing to give the time anqi attention neces sary for the. purpose. You can't have nice-looking hands by caring for them bvsnasms.i First, last, and! every time, keep them clean. Ha ye a box of oatmeal, and after scrubbing the hands dip them into the oatmeal. Rub them till the meal is dry and rubs off, leav- ! ing them soft and white. When the fingers are dark under the nails, and th4 nail-cleaner will not take the accumulation away, dip them in vinegar, j If your hands are rough at night take a pair of glojres, cut off the fin ger-tips, and perforate the palms. At night wiasb. your hands thoroughly, dry them carefully, rub some vaseline well into the backs of the hands, and then put on'' the gloves. Keep trjem on all night, and make a practijee of wearing the...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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A MOTHER'S LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

A MOTHER'S LOV3. When a boy is far away from home. What pleases him the most Is when a letter com«s to him From mother thronjjhjithe post. No matter if the silver hairs Appiar upon his head. He's still his mother's boy as when Tftti hair u/no r*n #»*?*?-♦? -«^.-t I Tho' thirty years have left their marks And seared his careworn face, '- In mother's eves he's yet a tad & Without Time's tell-tale trace. Her letter thus begins : ' Dear boy '* It sets his heart athrill To think that mother knows him as A little shaver still - A mother's love is as a charm. The Sesame of youth ! One feels that age has naught to do With Love or Life or Truth, Whene'er he gets a letter from Hi3 mother far away. Who sees nanght but the guileless boy Ilehind the man grown prey.

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Wedding Bells. DUNNING—BUTT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

Wedding Bells. DUNNINJG— BUTT. On Wednesday, at t'ae residence of Mr. G. J. Butt \ Montville, Victor James, second so|i of Mr. R. Dun ning, Irantisboroiigh, and Hannah, the eldest daughter of Mr. G. J. Butt, were united] in the holy bonds of matrimony, the Rev. T. Brassing ton officiating at tjhe ceremony. The brid»- looked verv attractive in her handsome crearn voile dress, trimmed with silli: lace and chiffon, dotted heie and there with orange blossoms, carryirig with her a beau tiful bouquet, as $he was conducted by her father to the place of marri age. The bride and bridegroom were attended byj Miss A. M. Butt, as bridesmaid, anjd Mr. E. J. Dun ning as best mani After the wed ding the guests, many in number, JSgJSi^S^teiftg^jby Mr. and M*f. Butt, in a sumpUijou§~imunrer, the tables beine well laden with delicacies of varioius kinds. During the feast the companj- were delight fully amused with selections of music from a gramophone kindly lent for the occasion. At the close of the...

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Poetry. THE BURDEN OF BEING A BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

*Pee£vY. ) THK BURDEN OF BEIN-; A BOY. ?; %VTiaf» the Rood of erovrn-ap people? 'X Seem* to me they1 re in the waj. , We'it htive lot* mote fun without them. That's what atl uh fellow* stir. Fathers, mothers s»t««v hrolaer*. They're ni» awfnt runnnv crew. And the chrtp a.i trtes to please then Conses to grief before he- throaeb. ? Now. my »l««l, he tot-l me lately Not to let him sec me *iuofc? ; Said that if I did he'd teach me Not tocopy jtrown-up folk^ Well. I thought he'd never sew me If I smoked behind the shed; But he found me out and avrtnt Were the things he did ami »J«J ! Then the mnter (Uioagh a jjTonnj-ap. Very often she's a brick) Want* me a!wav» to be honest-, Tell the truth, and tell it quick. Uncle John -tropped in one ercninx, » Talked a tot of -iiTlv rot ?. , ? . ? - -» .VHke«l me was I tfUufr^r^ 'to. Told the truth- but£'fah*ar-* »-»tl*5 There's mv sister hail «^Pf^* On her birthday from sw*!?*? - t* ' Twenty pearLV he .-Mid, 'mW11' — j One for every year, jou knoW'...

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WINTERFORD—DOUGLAS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

WINTERFORp— DOUGLAS. On Wednesday jlast Mr. W. Win terford, of the ijtoyal Hotel, and Miss Douglas, of Brishane, were joined in holy weUlock at Brisbane. The wedding breakfast was pro vided at Price's i Hamilton Hotel, and on the following morning the couple returned to Nambour. At night the usual j band of tin-can warriors Ixeld forth and poured out the ' installation! ode' to the pair, after 'which they! were hospitably entertained. : j \ 1

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THE VICTORIAN OVERSEA FRUIT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

Tick Victorian Overska Fruit 4 Tradb. ' . ' t The Prime Minister of the Com monwealth was waited upon last week by a deputation representijijf iL the fruit-growers of Victoria with ?* a request that provision should be made in the new mail contract for the carriage of fruit toEnirtand. It was represented to the Prime Minis ter that the freight, which is at present 35s. per ton, $houW not ex ceed 45.H.. and that a condition of the contract should be that the temperature should be kept at a ' certain degree throughout the voy age. The importance of the trade to Australia was also urjjed. Sir E. Barton, in reply, promised the de- i putation that their representations L ! would receive every consideration, - and that the Government would do all in its power to foster the trade in fruit with Great Britain. -?

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Sport and Pastime. CRICKET CHATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

Sport and Pastime. CRICKET CHATTER. (By LoNCSTor.) I noticed the local lads at prSc tice in the tramway cutting on Sat day, there being about a dozen players present. Some good form was shown by a few, whilst others showed lack of knowledge in the various points of the game. I have not as 3-et become sufficiently well acquainted with the various mem bers to know much of them or their play, but judging bj- the form dis played on Saturday by Allan Perren. I must give him ' the palm' as a batsman. His strokes were wel! timed, and he has a knack of driv ing very hard. He should pro\-e a very difficult man to dispose of, and I feel justified in saying that he would be worth his place in anv district representative team. The only other player whom I feel I can say a word about this issue is George Saunders, who shows good form and ability, but displays too great a tendency for hitting. If he would curb this fault and'settle down hs would very soon make a name for himself. I would like to ...

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The Buderum Tramway. THE DECISION OF THE COMMITTEE. CR. DALTON ABSENT. NAMBOUR ROUTE AGREED TO. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

The Batam Traitaf. THE DECISION OP THE COMMITTEE. CR. DAI/TON ABSENT. NAMBOUR ROUTE AORiJBD TO. The Dmlcnim tramway sub-committee ? ': Crs. C*.. L. Bnry (chairman), B. H. Arnn dcll. D. Besittie, and T. D. Smith, with the clerk, Mr. G. H. Jones, met in Brinbane on Thursilay ni«ht. Adjust 13, after inter viewing the Minister for Agriculture, and considereil the niatter of the proposed tramway routes— Buderum to Natnbcur, and Budenun to Woombve. The commit. tee decided that the Buderitni to Woombye line wonld not be a paying inveHtment for the council, but were unanimous in re c'omendinK the proposed Budernm to Nambour route, and benefited area, which they considered contained a much larxw area of agricultural and dairying land. * This, they considered, will be freight pro tracing to the tramway, provided that a legal easement over the Moreton Central Su^ar Mill Coinpany'sline can be obtained from the Minister for Agriculture, who has promised to inquire into the matter. Tlie chairman ...

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Utilisation of [?] Lands. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

Uiil ^iion of «e Lands. O1 : bf the most [j^Biinent feat ures ii{ connection l^Bi the field open 'iijms of test } F^B-'a-s the fact of th piossible prof l^B utilisation of in: n^nse areas i li^Bthern Vic toria considered al^Hsent as of little of' no value. j^Bhere is in Sout: pippsland :{^B?tch of up ward ojf half a milliJl^Hres stretch ing 1 iat ; and west|»i^Btn Foster, know » las 'the lu} i^H country, wate; xlj by copio j^Wd regular rainf; lsj, but hiihe j^Bupposed to be a' sdlntely value} l^Hbr agricul tural purposes, t ^B~s natural state this land cert j^H is useless, as it iUcks certain :^Rssary con stitue|itp, while po] ^Hng a suffi ciencj of others. j i^Heportsuib mitte py Dr. Hoilt^B-hemist. of the L nils Departml^Bj the Dir ector of 'Agricultuift^H is set out that »|periinents r^H manures condi :t£d on a knl^Hlge gained by an Ijisis of the s|i^B-oved that nearl; tjie whole oi^H immense area :ojuld be ma- i^Hapable of carryili;' heavy cr-?i '^V of grow ing ll.xuriant sok-s ...

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Petition for [?]verance. FROM WID[?]SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

Petijta HBbjI fiwr&ice. p&OM wid'-! Mshire. .V :.&?. D. Camp||^BM.L.A., ac corr winied by sevJ-^B-t those who j had -i£ned 3 petit»i^H- the Home Sec: itjiry, waited] j ^Hthe Premier on i uktlst 13th. ai j^Hked him toj seye ? their district) ^H the Widgee j Shi: (. iajid place id j^Be Maroochy ! Shh :. j It was ci j^led that the resi- L'lits lived i r^Ht on the j bou; lijiry, and 1 i^B their only j met o«il of reachtn! ;^H raihvav lay j thro igjh the M i^Hhy S'hire.- ! Thn .' jwhile theyjt^B rates to the I Wid ;e|i Shire, tMjjHd no outlet by t a-jls made l-y f^B local auth ontj - Mr. Philp s j^fle would do wha| lie could fo I^Hni ; but ex plained that the MPsee Shire CouJcijl trould firs I^H? to t-e con sultqLi Those \* j^Bn^ned the petition were Mei ^HF. Hull. T. J. B|lt Chas. BJ ?!. Edward Willuriison, Geo. t ^Hird, and C.

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FROST AND THE [?] CANE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

Fkoi r vnij TiiK ^iIKaxk. Mr. ' aifectt has IeilUfljtr office, for the inspection °{^fle inter ested ii; .iach mattcrUHtTahitian ratoon j ro :« a plant wgflflwas cut at least! cionth after tMBJial time. It is ii te tided to MJ'.lflVhat the Tahitia will remainlflHe unin jured a: ci frosts .suffi(lflB-- severe to inflit serious damjflRo older rations ot other vnrict^B In hi.t fitla m: yrlie s-:en, staslflBsidc by skle.se eril, sorts of clfljand the Tahitia alone- cvideni&flBrfect ex eciptioi from injury fflBecimens iikethi ai e worth vol iflB of idle specula io j. The sa flMiterpris ing pla: te ' has sent u flBiuple of bnnche o rimet stppl flKrtofthe third a p which hu ti flMave pro duced t is Thest: ha '^Bt yet at tained t c: r fulil growtl ,^H are eat able, flj Then ax r.bo patron! ^B second- hand t: k r is nevtrr ti ^Hed witli fite- ? ? The -la - may not b- ^Bood eat in|? as Ih lobster, b ?? is very good atb -pinch. flj

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COLONIAL SUGAR COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

Colo i^i. Sugaws^H)mi'an*v. Th- Colonial SjH Refin ing C nipany autii ^Bes that it is n -t!in a posit^flto offer new a pr^ements f^^fl'-e pur chase )fj cane to bcii^Hted this and i\»\\ year, butnHBe mean time tiiej company 1^1 accept cane tip jto 1906 o ^Be basis of prls'iut contrai ^M with a reduction ; from 10* ^H8s. 6d. per t(|i jas the mil flBin price for ca|e:k poor in s ??, aud an increaie in the ma: ??ni price from :|2«. to 13s. 6 ^flr better cane. *llhe avenigtHMce will be 8d. ph.r tonlovtllfll it will benefi the gr- )\|HJ °f the sweet« it cane. Iflfl

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IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

: ? JB1 Farm ?}; [Prices: :. ; BB Ma: ej (prime onlj}';! BVishel » ^ But tc\ partners'] pa, ^Bj 8-i to I id „ ; ' *factotyj per ^Bj. Ts ad Crairuj.'perlb ! ' Bl- 5-tl Ho*j|jperlt. ; ?? 3d to nhd JJeelirifK, j-er lb j MB . 7d to gd Lucerik-Hl^-tfir (prime;; p: ^BJ 3f» to 40a Mixed i.jp^fi per ton * SflH 30s to 40s Lucerml Hoy . . ]&? - ^'ooiiaal Roclittrrj, per pair SBH ? . as 91I He*^ ;ptr pair «flB- ' 3«6d Ge-»t,i „ „ aBV- 4*M Dul^t Englwh, P«3*Bb - 4* W Btifaj, Muscovy, „ jflB . 5» Tuil^yp, hens, ?'9^H ? 4* Tui|;«^e, goiblerj ..«Bb * Ic* Pigfojiji.1, per pair JBB ? 9^ RrTailyjrices: ^^?H Sugar, l^s wait/-, per lsaBB ? Miliquiu „ siciima wlute, pc^BB^K J3» *& Flour- !| : BBl Ips«n hiSnowdoud BBv-^ Settfos!,.. .. |^B:6d mill, in 1 m mil. ? ii 1 11 ? li. 1. 1.1 1 r.; 1 v . ~'^H Bmn— is jtl per bashd. or is, per wipd;. ' ^T^l by the. hag ? ? ' 5Jj£ 'yM.r;^ Pollard— is 5JI per bushel, or is wetter '\L'2M bashel by the bajr. -*??? ''^W^

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

MELBOURNE. . ' '; s|i Vegetables:— . : «|3E Artichokes, half 'case .. is3«it»3.« ':V. Beets, do*, bunches* .. 4dto8«i '?'? C Cabbages, per clown .. I»to4a k| Cnrrotji, per dozen bnnc&ea 4ttto8d ????-: Cauliflowers per dozen .. Mto3» Celery, per dozen bunches 6-1 to » Onions ;dried) per cwt. ..' asto»9«l . Onions (jireea). per dozen hnnchea .. .. .. jdtoW : Parsley, per tlozm bunchca jdto^t : Potatoes* ohl. per cvrt. . . ? i»9dto3S9-t .: ; Potatoes, new, per case . . i»9dto2S9tl Pampkina, table, per ctrt... iii to x» Fruit:— Apples, per case, in 6cl t»6&5d Lemons, per case, 3s to 6* Orange:*, per case, a* to ss -j- Pears, per case, is 6d to &« « Pineapples, per doable cade. 3s to 6s 6A -M Produce : — ; , JjM Bacon, per lb.,4W to xoj«l ??*4M Butter. psrlb-.8il to is i]»! » Cheese, per lb.; 5?»l to jd ~ ? fl Erss. per dozen, is trt to w ijd jj Ham. per lb.. oxl to io|«l : T Honey, per lb.. ad toiJd ' Maize, per bushefc as&l to 3s 9c! Braii. per bushel, l...

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