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

What Ota Saf Aboat Usj I South Bskbaxe Herald. . ? -Weicoaie Little Stranger.*-~We have receive-t the ars* two copies of a new pnblication, the C^iROKiCtK which proudly claims to be the only paper priated and publisbe*' in the Moreton (State) electorate.'. It will : circulate troin Xoosa and Tewantm to Woody Point and the -ortfc - Pine, and will be devoted totth«i ; needs and interests of the -fistsictr It is a well-arranged,, nicely got-up paper of four pages published at 2d.. and is extremely creditable to its entcri3risin«: proprietor and ptith lisher. \v'ho. we happen to know,' is Mi. L. W. Wilkinson (son of «ie , well-known Federal momber for the district;, although whether frqra ; modesty or by oversight his uaart ; does not appear on any imprint we can discern in the'- copy before ,hsc There should be plenty of room m Moreton for t: paper of this descrip tion, and in welcoming the new arrival, we wish it a prosperous*. ; career from t'ie jump.' . ' : . ?NOTICE TO CORRESPONDEN...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PRIZE-WINNERS AT THE BRISBANE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 21 August 1903

PRIZE-WINNERS AT THE BRISBANE EXHIBITION. Included amongst the prize-   winners at the late Brisbane Ex-   hibition were Maggie Webster   (daughter of our local station-   master), Annie, Thain, and Lizzie   Aird, of Woombye, who were each   awarded first order of merit for   school samplers and needlework.   All three are pupils of the Woom-     bye State School, and are to be   congratulated on the success at-     tained by them.           Send along your subscription       to the CHRONICLE.       PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY   LUKE WILLIAM WILKINSON   at the CHRONICLE OFFICE,   CURRIE STREET, NAMBOUR.     &amp...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Maize Fodder. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

Maize Fodder. ' Maize is the greatest of all fattening feeds for live stock, but, as is well known, it will make a badly balanced ration, being deficient in protein, and conseauentlv not suited as a sole ration for growing animals. It has long^ been known that different sainples of maize vary much in chemical composition, the softer and more stachy hav ing a lower protein content than the flinty varieties, as it is the geriri and homyappear ing portions and bran that contains th^: protein. Scien tific plant-breeders have been busy for several years with at tempts to 'develop breeds of maize thati will come nearer yielding a Hvell-balanced feed. As it is we ; nmst balance the maize ration with some food having a much higher protein content, and containing less of carbo-hydrates and fat. These efforts have measurably suc ceeded, but not perfectly. The experiment; stations are work ing on this problem with every prospect of 'ultimate success. — (N.S.W. Agricultural Gazette).

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Australian Oranges. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

Australian Oranges. The shipment of oranges by the steamer South Australian to London were landed in ex cellent condition, and realised from 10s. to 12s. per case for ordinary sorts, and from 17s. to 1 8s. per lease for navel class.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Congratulations to Moreton. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

Congratulations -to Horeton, :Mr. J. Wilkinson, M.P., ! writes congratulating this por tion of his electorate on win ning the first prize for, district exhibits at the recent Brisbane Exhibition,: which, he says, is --Jie more meritorious in that, besides severir--^f..th,e most fertile districts in our own State, it had to compete with two as fine districts as there are in New South Wales.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Farm Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

The Farm Competition. In connection with the late Woombye Show, a competition was arranged for the best farms of cane, fruit, and dairy, the prize being £3 3s. each pre sented by Mr. J. D. Campbell, M.L.A., who represents this electorate in the State Parlia ment. Mr. Butt, who was appointed judge, -visited the various scenes and has given judgment as follows : — Best patch of cane, not less th^in 15 acres : Mr. John Smith, Dulong, 1. : Best five-acre orchard : Mr. S. Short, Bttderum, 1. Best dairy farm : Mr. W. Parsons, Eudlo Flat via Woombye :! 1.

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 — 28 August 1903

Death. The man}- friends of Mr and Mrs. J. Quarrie, of Bud erum Mountain, Avill be sorry to learn of the death . of their 14 3'ear old and only child, Master J. Quarrie. It appears that m following his usual custom of attending to the cattle he was attacked by tuber culosis on the leg, which ulti mately cut away the life from him, death having occurred on the 14th instant. The de ceased was buried in Brisbane, and much sympathy is mani fested by the residents with Mr. and Mrs. Quanie in hav ing lost a good and promising bo}' at so early an age.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Association Doings. BUDERUM MOUNTAIN COFFEE AND FRUIT-GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

Association Doings. budekum mountain coffee and Fruit-Growers' Association. A iuee'fi1jg^r'ttliftr'tr£?6f^r--l£-- sociation wlis held in the local School of 'Arts on Tuesday evening, August 18, the Presi dent, Mr. W. Guy,, presiding, there bein? a fair attendance, considering that a number of the members were, absent from the district. The minutes of the previojus meeting being read and cojifinned, the corres pondence was read and dealt with. A letter v/as received from the Department of Agri culture stating that cyanide of soda contained 55 parts of hydrocyanic acid, and that cyanide of potassium only con tains ai's, uarts of the same acid. From Thomason and Chater, notifying that they could supply the cyanide at 10M. per lb. The Palmwoods Association; wrote regarding the petition for presentation to the Railway Depjirtment, and seeking co-operation. This it was agreed should be given, and lists were accordingly ordered to be drawn out and the signatures obtained thereto of those i...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sport and Pastime. At the Tennis Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

Sport and Pastime. ,2lt tlj« -&cnnx& (bonvta. By Racquet. The Buderum folk have a tennis club'aud a court in connection there with in the School of Arts grounds. There is some talk of sending a challenge to the Nambour club to pay a visit, and it is hoped that the same will be accepted.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Federal Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

The F ( wl Issue. Tr aKaju On several oc^Rons lately the ion. O. H. F :i(^Bader of the Op -osition in til C^Kion wealth Par Lament, has na^BJiced his deter mination to i: ak^Beetrade or pro ictioa the ;ei^Bl issue at the ipproaching etfK' elections, and x t has been pe|Kig a good deal ^ ' his time ii to|Kg^ the States of V ictoria and 'ai'^Rnia, in the fran Hjc endeavdui to^Hi support to the p eetrade ca »c^B He has also threatened to ^ij^Ehieensland on a , similar miss bijHEut, unless we kreatly misjt IgHe fiscal feeling, |i s Southern ( ^le^Mand at any rate, hi may spar' \ hjMelf the trouble. \?i close anal*i^Bthe representa k on in the C| -ri^Knvealth Parlia fcnent show.-* t^B: the freetrade in lembers weil; st^Bthere mainh* by Rlie gold-fiel c^Btituencies, and Kg the city a id «urbs of Sydney, nfhe rejison if Hfc is Hot hart to fetek. In the irf^Bace, gold, being ithe standard of ^Bue, Ls supposed it^- remain al ,-a}^Bvorth so much, lafcr.ording to i|^Kgree of purity. |But this ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CRICKET CHATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

CRICKET CHATTER. {By Longstop. The annual meeting of the I^ands borough C.C. was held in the Mel lum Club Hotel on Saturday last. There was a splendid roll up of members, and great interest was taken in the proceedings. The fol lowing office-bearers were elected for the ensuing term: — Patron, Mr, J. D. Campbell, M.L.A. ; president, Mr. James Wilkinson, M.P. ; vice presidents, Messrx A. J. Thynne, H. Dyer, and J. Simpson: chairman, chelor; treasurer, Mr. Dyer; secre tary, Mr. R. S. Greathead. After other matters had been dealt with, the meeting closed with votes of thanks to the retiring officers. # * * The committees connected 'with the Nambour C.C, both social and general, met at Cht onicle office on Tuesday night last Mr. V. Gaj lard was appointed captain, Mr. Allan Perren vice-captain, and Messrs. W. E. Sautter, T. Tucker, and S. J. Hobson the selection com mittee. It was decided 60 challenge the Landsborough club to play at Nansbour on September 19th. Social tickets were report...

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 — 28 August 1903

' Send along year subscriptilij to the. CURONKjtE. I - . ' ?''???? ii!

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Fruit Culture. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

Fruit Culturer An estimate of the Victorian fruit crop of 1901-1902 has just Wen issued by the Government Statist. It shows that an area of 45,885 acres v.-as!under fruit crops, cs compared with 37,co3Jacres in [S9S-1S99, Similar information res^ardin^ the inter vening- years was not procured. The fol lqivinjj return shows thj; quantity of each kind of fruit, except gjrapes, grown for sa!e in orchards and gardens of one acre and over during 1902-19P3 : — ioJe-1903. 1901-1902. I Cwt. Cwi.. Apples ? : 2S2454 203,014 Pears ? SS.sSa 42,40s Quinces '. ? 32.733 22.909 I'lutns ? i 57,792 754S4 Persimmons . . . j 139 120 Cherries;,.. .. .j 34,781 37.923 Peaches .. .. ' 58,837 96,503 Apricots j. .. .{ 57,i is 79,427 Nectarines': .. .j 1,497 1,498 Oranges '.. .. .- 7,oS2 20,945 Lemons '.. .. ,| 15,421 22,038 Loquats ? i 5013 . 1,224 Medlars . . . . . i 16 27 F'gs ? * 6,519 6,513 Passion ? '. 418 201 Guavas ? j 70 107 Pomegranates .. .'. 4S 52 Raspberries . . . ? 20.18,5 13,610 Gcos«beme .. .;...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OUR STORY COLUMN[?] Two Hearts that Beat[?] as One. BY JAMES WILKINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

%m STOM1 COLfiM : V ! 'Ill Two Hearts $iat Beats! ? «*?**? ' if -H ? if ^ BY JAMES WRKIHSQH. || Tis better to havefbved and lo-t, |!'.l Than never to haw loved at all. 48 ?hI Often I sit, looking ba rk to a childhoc; *? Mixt with the sights imd the sounds };f B ??: , the vdldwood 51 Loofjing for power ati I the sweetness 41 1 . fashion j $1 Xyrics with beats like the heart-l-eats ifM ; passion— . Mt Songs interwoven ofli -hts and of laug jil ters, . ;| Borrowed from bell-1 Srds in far forq£] rafters; ?;? So I might keep in the city and alleys ' Hi fhp beauty .and stre -.gth of the *de yl mountain valleys, . ^ j Charming to slumbei tlie pain of i. 'jl losses S | With glimpses of cree ks and a vision $1 mosses. Kkxdau-' j;I Seated on the ban :s of the Brenv | recently, ray thoi ghts wanden' | back and memory - onjured up tl £ scenes I had viewe \ from the se] § same spot, and the happy houlft spent with light-hearted coii§ pahions, on the bo oin of the th-j| clear and beautiful stream...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Small Debts Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

Small Debts Courts. The following : appears in the 'Government Gazette' of 15th instant, and shouldjprove of interest to many of our readers: — ' All . summonsed issued by the Nambour Court to] defendants re siding in the Maroochy district, within a radius of t^n miles from the Police Court, shall be served at least three clear days, aijd beyond such radius, five clear days, prior to the day appointed for the hearing of the cause, and all summonses issued by j the Nambour Gouijt to defendants j resident at any of j the undermen- [ tioned places shifll be served so I many clear days prior to the date of i hearing as are sp'eqified opposite to | tlie narne of such place respectively in the list./; (Here; follows a list of townships throughout the State, ?which, we are unable to publish. — Ed.) !

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

For Salq, ? j- - |-j^ r T ACRE.S Good i-rab Lalld. ||| O (40 a«es felled sgnd cleared), \y^M securely fenced. with H--use ia good i i™ order. The ]-ulong tnun-line ..«? ? tension goe» right tiiougt tSfitis' : . Property, wMch should be -»e of i the most valuable istiie district ??? Apply Wm. WHAl^EY, Jfam- 3, i bour. !'? ' : -? . '??C;^: ?:! i;:',! : ;; ';'. . ??: ;;. ??.'?';-/;* \'-i %v\ ' !^ ?.- is-- ?'?:'??!?' ':'??'' !?f:iil;'

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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ACCIDENT TO THE REV. T. BRASSINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

ACCIDENT TO THE RtV. T. BRASSIH8T0N. On Monday afternoon the Rev. T. Brassington was Ihe \-ictim of a slight accident, wbjich might easily have been of a much more serious character,* and sccb^ as might have led to a rather serious charge to the parties concerned. ! It appears that tlie Rev. gentltraaij was sitting on his horse in couvefsation with Mrs. Hcmter, outside lit. Hunter's shop, and whilst thus engaged, two boys, Wordie and Hoopejr, came up from tlie station at a rather fast pace on horse-back. Wootlie's horse struck that ecu which. Mr. JBrassing.ton was seated, and threw jboth horse and rider to the grouiHj, Mr. Brassing ton sustaining slignt injurits to his back. This should be a lesson to the bo5's to curb their riding pro pensities, as -wellj as numbers of othess throughout jthe district, who are so inclined' to gallop along our roads at record paces. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

rifflS 1 : :BwJWUftJ«Miiirou.OWl^. flMHG & CO. Ax* Agsnts f ox tSie world's most famous -r*TaoosEY & co., x« «aon . ^ZiBBOK As CO., Zondon OOlCrjCSKOKT & CO., Faupin j Bstimatcs end ell particnl jrs on : application. Arrangement mado ; for mppljicg other tn&n for Cash. MUSIC — Largest ano' moat com i pl«te *too!t. 4e-88 QUEEN STRE £T, I I BRISBANE.J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

^r-tUiliWR AW tULQK IMTOHflnL— ? ! COLIN wTliAcfeAY, ? jfcQTCHELL STREET, NAMBOUR. 5%snfiies supplied by tiasl et deliver? in a&antwur, Dulong, and Ma] tleton. Order* 1» rui! and Mail Coach sp«* fall v attended iT — ' KpAILY SUPPLIES OF FSESH EGGS, ?* BUTTER, AND VEGETABLES. ' FGREQUARK»S OF BEEF AT REDUCED .'SStfES.' CopmonwealOi of Australia , . ? rostmsstcr-Geneial's D jpartmcht, 1st August, 1903. 1 'CONVEYANCE OF MAI1.S' (INCLUD- ING PARCELS), 1904, 19 -s, and 1906. 1 QKPARATE TENDERS are invited, £% and will be received a' the General I P--st Office, Brisbane, u rtil Noon of SATURDAY, the 26th September, 1903, . fojrthe Conveyancof his Majesty's Mails ** Itaducjng Parcels) in the S1 ate of Q-ieens- ?s laiall, for one, two, or three years from the is^january, 1904. x Attention is directed to the fact that Ten derers for horse services wi I be required 'r tO( car-} parcels up to 3lb. i r weight. 1 Fall particulars of the setvicesand gen: I ei-sl conditions will be found i...

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Wedding Bells. PEARCE—JONES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

Wedding Bells. PEARCE—JONES. Last week Mr. W. Pearce, of Eumundi, was united in the bonds of matrimony to Miss E. Jones, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Jones, two of the oldest and most respected residents of the same place. The Rev. A. S. Higging tied the nuptial knot, which cere mony was confined to the near relatives, of whom there was quite a number; but in the evening a large gathering of friejnds was entertained, danc ing, games, &c, being, con tinued throughout the night. Daylight seW the newly wedded couple depart for their future home at Erwah, with Avishes innumerable for their future happiness. The pre sents were numerous, costly, and useful, and should be a decided acquisition to their home.

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