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OUR ESSAY. OBSERVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

(feUR ESSAY. OBSERVATION. (nv Skcundos. j The different wayj in which' ?vj'e can accumulate 1 noivledge and become acquainted -with tjie outside world are astonish ihg'. Man is so constructed tjhat b}^ hearing, seeing, and feeling, he may gatpier much information that will ;erve both ljini and his fellow creatures. Veryjuuch, howevei , depends tjn the use he makis of the faculties he possesse ;. We all possess faculties vhich, if rightlj' used, will adp much to tjhe refinement and culture of liunian nature. Observation ijs one of the facultien through which we can glean much Ibiowledge. The knowledge, ljiowever, which we ! acquire through observation is seldom io be found in books ; yet it is 4f more practical -slue, and Nvill render, greater sendee. 0ne of our wealth: est states men, and a most successful Commercial man, attributes his position to careful observation «!)fmeujand things. In con versation with him the writer ifieard him sa}- — 'I know frothing about gram uar, I have ...

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

Social and Dance. AT BUDERUM MOUNTAIN. On Friday night last a concert and dance was held in the Buderum Mountain School of Arts, with the object of raising funds towards the expenses of surveying the proposed Buderum- Woombye route, aud con sidering that the people of the Mountain were divided on the ques tion as to which would prove the better route — Buderum-Nambouror 1 Buderum- Woombye — the success attained was all the more creditable. The hall had been tastefully de corated by the ladies of the district with palms and flowers, and there were about 100 persons present, the sum of about £± 10s. being realised. Mr. Ernest Burnett occupied the chair. The opening overture was nicely played by Mrs. E. J. Burnett, after which a fjood rendition of ' Angus Macdonnld,' was given by Mrs. A. PI uater, whoafeo, at« later stage, pleased tlie audience with 'Douglas Gordon.' Mr. G. Bur nett was heard to advantage in 'Thy Knight am I,' arid Stiss Florrie Burnett sweetly sung 'Within a Mile of E...

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

West Indian Cotton. In spite of the coming abolition of sugar bounties, the West Indian Colonies are gradually coming to the conclusion that sugar cannot be profitably cultivated on the islands except in specially favourable cases^ and it is proposed to take up again the cultivation of cotton. About 600 acres have been planted as an. experiment There is no doubt that the West Indian Colonies are well adapted for the cultivation of cotton. They formerly grew comparatively large quantities, and,, in fact, ico years age supplied nearly the whole of thvi cotton train the New World hipped to Europe. In 1801. iS'000^ ^ligswere exported; in 1836, 20,000 balesT^^fteffaids cotton was dis carded iu favouro$ugJir and other crops yielding largefiofits. There was a slight revival ofcoT$dftCj«£S^ in.se in the West Indies during tfie'**'1— ' ?«» --?« Civil War in America iu 1863-65, ' ' but since that time cotton has almost d isappea red from the list of exports, ^ 'S the only locality where the c...

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

{ Ciifciooiturc Be I | li c°H=i: fl i XOTlKb3fc TO RAT Mt-ERS. ;. j! : ? «^ ALL R \f ES for the lj ^B Vear are iioh IV jK, and 11111.1 ^^|'r' ^vithin Thirty I (ijj!. Kor tlie! ^^Biience of RiitepavAs/ the Clerk v,\ ^H::l(l to re' ceive tsm-s/xs imifcr:— S^^B ' Bri*.^ S-^'^'-'Mort'to.l^^B' Office, 2« J|2aeen-street.«^^H O.l'A)., Ur &JF [\ni\ S:it-.tn!lp^Hi :tn-l 5th UV/br.ilpyjD: — Mrs. 'rw^Hj's store. /\V««isb.lay Aftcrnl^Wi Thnrs ; ' -l;r Iforenocm. i6ll^^Hi7th Sep Hoi-HT ivik;. Mr. W. B^BV'-S store, Kr f!ay,:J.Sth Septeiij^H* Lands u-i itivc.ti. -Mr. jj^B^^-1''^ store. Th i^silay. 24.th -^'ll^H'- ' l--rdi.-,;25':nSeI-ie!|» '?; : Ij^Burmnn. Hoard': Office. l!^H istJAujfu:*. !9O3]^H SOGIA|!-aiicljHo'CE school oil mm -?il: fW6' FRIDAMext; jBber 4, Refiteshmeiit'. / Ol S^Bisic. TtCfcETS. ONE S-^B. Indies wilj iie fiive.n Tick-I^^Bthe Grand ; : JJra'.vin^ of I-^^B ! I Wopimbyc l?iMyess ? j 'iks&ociatjflB j APUlfiLIC flEW^my will be h4ld in tHfe p^m of Arts, \Voomb\jc, f...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Federal Elections. PROBABLE CAN[?]TES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

Fei i)iral MeftBs. F?ROB 4JliE CAN jlHrES. Theele- cjrjs pftheStati f^^R.-fore the end of th Ijear — in Deci ifl^Kt is ex pected — b -p!ilte-l upon t tSBse their privilefife- ' i|iq franchise, r^^H-ady the following rjr| announced : £gB.b!e can didates: — |i 1 ;ik9 ; : .skkatk. 'BB Senator r,.i Crlassey (I. -^Hlor I. C. Stewart (I U'ta^d Messrs. ^?rlev .'L. T. Given- 11) j&nd V. Ka' iH ' ? Hoc: i, bf Rkprks, J^Bxs. Cbdev : id Edwards (I JH Mnxle fL-} !i ; ; mm ' Moretoi :l|.KVtIkin5bnil|B Wide a r!:f a. Fisher JIB IfSiuDart. Herbert jlf. W. Bamfoil B| -Ixrauo :i J. I'age \ 1 WB ? rJariing J-;wns:L.E. ' rflBf penned ^';C M'DonaU jK^B Ckprico nfi; A. Patt 'Sfl ; G. K. AiUcen. (I };i MM Bjrisban :j |T. 5Iacdonal -Mson. | ! ♦ Pi ailm Member. WM 1 1H

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

-$0mmereial. URISBANE. ilessrs. J. Jackson and Co., Ltd.. Bri.* bane, report the follo\vin^{ snl«t* of fartti an-« ilair»- produce at their Rotna-Street market on Wednesday : — Jfjuze. prime, from 3s id to 3H i|«i per busbel. Wheat, fro:n 53 3d to S» 4il „ Totatoe* {Q\«cen»Ian-l), 4a 6*1 to 5» 9A per cwt Ta.-ttuanian. circular heails, 3s 3d to1 39 6»lper cwt Sweet potatoes. i*7dto» „ „ Pumpkins—table, is 3d to. i»6dper cvrt : cattle. Sd to otl in bulk loatis Onions, 4s per cwt ChatT— oaten (Victorian), 53 oil to 5»'5d per cwt: wheuten (straw), 3s 6d ; 'lucerne, prime, 2s -pl ; second quality, as to a» 3d; mixed, prime. '. j* 3d to 3s -x« ; second qnatitv, as to »6d May— oaten. Victorian, 6s to 7s 6d' per cwt; lucerne, prime, tsoU to 2s od; niedinm. is c-t to is 6-l Butter^ prime, is to ia id per lb: second qnality, 9.UI to lild; third quality. 6Jd to H\d -4 Cheese,.5jd to sjd per lb ' Honey. 'a|d to a}«! per lb ^Egjjs Sd per dozen, market lower ' v Poultry—fowls. 3»o»l to3»9«l )-erp...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FINBURY, A[?] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

i'SiXBUS-Y, At T^Bo. T . kHeie Edito JiH Sir. — \\1 ij^ou kind} ^^H me- 1 space in yo it! Valuable \c ]$^m- for ! the ventilat pks ofa grie:; i^H^iich \ exists in th ;ja Bighbou^h ^^Hlt is i a _ conceded T^it that the j^Hects i of any dist kJi depend 1 £^H the j methods of -^pf king e n -^Hl by ! die local _£ salriua*,bo{l I^Hthat i tJoTty (iotfenir I work w i i^HjSilLU the residiii:-; ' be pnfs ^?ancTj satisfied \iith ' their s 11 ;^Hin%- ; : but if the ley^rse, then v ^H rate- j payers nerljtjct to do i ^H(y by j that body.! ilf the Coijii d^Hrglect j to do aini jirork whicjh ImB their duty to dc| |]iji;n they ^1 Sn ob stacleiut «j|w:ay ofprtn j^Hvhich means cle ii\y. enotiglk ^?-tacle to the re; ijeiits of tnt; flHct so j affected, b ' ItHarring the f^H^ress. j It is then -j|i|hly the d; HflH such governing lollies to ren I^Hll ob stacles; an I ! provide a i f^H^r all traffic, or t [least to m MB pass able tract ||i, all agric 9B dis tricts. J -it| to instai ^^Hcase: Some thrs r ...

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

IPSWICH. /» I-armers' Prices : ? (''w* V..\\/.c (prime only) per bushel as 5*1 . liutter (Birniers') per Il- 8-l to i«I (factory) per lb . . is ad Cream, per tb . . . . 5}*! Kfflis per doz . . . . 4d Honey, per lb .. idtoajd ,- ?I-'eeswax, per lb .. .. 7d to g«l :,r^~,J& Lucerne Chaff (prime) per ton 309 to 40*; Mixed CtiafF, per ton .. ~ 30s to 40s: Lucerne Hay . . . . . . Nominal Roosters, per pair .. .. a»9«l Hens, per pair . . .. as. 6d Ceese, „ ,. .. .. 49 6d Ducks, EnglLnh. per pair .. 40 6d l-ucks, Muscovy, „ ,. ^1 Turkeys, hens, ,,,,.. 4s Turkeys, gobblers „ „ ... io» Pigeons, per pair . . ... gtl Retail Prices: Sugar, best white, per bag . . Miliqum . IA, 14s 6d „ second vvlsite, per7olb bag 13* /Id Flour— Ipswich Suowcioud .. 27s 6d .» Seafoam ? 26s 6cl j| I-omin:oi» , - - - - 27* 6d White Rcse - - - - 279 6d ' * Queen of Patents* : - - 293 6r! lJuffie!d*:» . . : . . 33s . Brau--!*3il per bushel, or ia. per bushel by the ba£ Pollard— is 5«i per bushel, or is. 3d pe...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
What Others Say About Us. CLONCURRY ADVOCATE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

What Otk-s Say About Us. CtOXCt'RRT AllVOCATE. ' We have to ackanwtedge the receipt of the first issue of the '?Chronicle,,' a paper published at Nambour, on the north coast line, in Moreton electorate. It is very well got up and. has plenty 'of. reading matter, but lacks that which every pressman likes-— a good sirpplj of p-tying advertisement?, which is sure to come should its present stan dard of excellence continue.'

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

i; THEY b: v«iade lonie j) -y.' He v m They sub 1 -e to the C h«icle.

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

& I Petttl- fl We h vft received g Bftion for siginatm : !6jr those &§-??)!-- dis posed t tjljie alteratitl^Bhe pre sent da- ijbf avaaabif^B excur sion ticl :M to Brisciaii^Bi Satur days til Mondays tc] HHays till Monday .|| The petJilMwai be open to iw-»e in sj'mpi^Hvith the object a mi office foilt^Biext fewr T II-: !B

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DIDDILLIBAH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

DIDDILLIBAH. Arbor Day was kept up at the provisional school here on Friday last. There was a'good attendance of parents and old scholars, and prior to the tree-planting a very pleasing function was performed — the unfurling, by Misses B. Heddon and Brown, of the Union Jack, with three cheers for the King as it rose to float on tlie breeze. The new flagstaff is one of the most ship shape in the district, and does much credit to Mr. R. Heddon, by whom it was erected. The boys, under the master, Mr. Cord ell, worked with a will, and in a short time cleared the school-ground of under growth and prepared for tree planting, in which nrach interest was taken. The. table was then laid, and the children were enter tained to a plentiful repast, pro vided by parents and friends. Games were indulged in until dark, when dancing commenced. The ladies contributed to most of the success, especially Mesdames Din ner, Brown, Heddon, Brinkley, and j Thomas. During the evening several good songs \rere...

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

i DISTRICT NEWS. (By Our Owx Correspondkxts.) j LYANliEfA.: Our cane farmers are at present ver\- busy cutting, carting, and trucking cane for the Moreton Cen tral Mill, an air of briskness being apparent on all sides. On Saturday night last, llr. and Mrs. L- Range were tendered a tar*-well social and dance in the Excelsior Hall, prior to their leav ing the district, they having dis posed of the goodwill of the Aus tralian Hotel. There was a splen did gathering of the young folk at an' early hour, and all seemed to enjoy- themselves thoroughly, danc ing being' kept up till midnight, j As is usually ^ie custom along this J line, the centre of attraction lies in the arrival of tlie evening train, and so it was arranged that the presenta tion portion of the proceedings should be delayed accordingly. After the departure of the train ^l the delivery 01 tlie mails, an aSbrnment was made to the spaces dining-room at the hotel, but thit-oroved inadequate to hold those prese£-£9infortabl\\ m...

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

-Ccr? rii'&jtonfcr ^H CA'e freoljr '?? ^vit-- eorretr t^^B; on any matters Df ; importance -|^^bcoiu- mnnity, U.ut ri'no instancje if^Hhold ourselves! re p^istbtc for! t 4^Hr.ons expressed- in ;h'fe icolnnm. i if^Hcases the writer's .aiiie and a-I»li ^j^^B^t be affixed to the najnittcrrpt. no H^^Sirilly for publicat: iriibut as art ,-J^M^ckkI !H 1 « i 'Be brief i/f\r i! zs zcit t^HV as \ zriik sun 6c. »fc; the mop -9B art ? cmidensed it r $ecfiimr t/icii , IBB i

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

? r) .,-? ?—. ? 'f»— ' ONE .)4JY MARE JK-ars : qui; J)b^ken trt 3jHB and kamesis. i rUe. ^^-AlgM^H.veil- knowri bn4 Hick- 'adrifc J^Hu«nl ist Appfj^t S. KH.f.; !^B-^- :

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 28 August 1903

Cqpning; Et ||Hs. We xliijsire to drj ^He attei^ ous adYertisemenbi ^Bearing in thisj f^sue : — ^I^H1^ jm2 dance i$ io held at! ^H-mbye, on Fridhj next ; thgHd Rifle Club l&y. a meetii fli Sep tember 3 ; meetingl ^HiVooni bye to-iiiorrow for 1 ^Burpose of forinifljg a Progil ^B\ssoci ation ; i!Lk)dge Rosl ^B meets on Sepfjeinber i x, ; ; ^Kabool ture SI iff Council ^Bes now due ; -viajt.of Mr. i |B^M'Fie ;to Nan fcjtbur and V ^Bbye as Iper dat:sigiven- ^B

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

Visit of Mr. E. H. Rainfori On Tuesday last, in accordance with arrangements made by the Palmwoods Fruitgrowers' Associa tion, Mr. K. II. Riiniord, Govern ment Viticullurist; paid a visit to that district wath the object ot in- j structing the residents as to the! methods employed in grape graft ing. Mr. Rainford arrived by the morning train, and in the afternoon gave an exhibition on Mr. Few trelTs farm, there 'being about a dozen persons present, all of whom manifested a deep interest in Mr. Rainford's work. Three species of grapes were grafted— the rose coloured sweet water, the Madoline Royal, one of the earliest known ajm0m^™te- and Mtourtilwf T^TewjIiFreneh 'se-! i^B--«'' the sashall*! or sweet J^fl -variety. These !|jinfc.s are al -^H bearing. Mr. Rai i: ford coxisid r;^Rhem the best s« ^1 x] for fruit ^Hrs on the coast w i|- }vish to } ^l^Hor grape culture' tfrom a comtr £^l point of view, fjfhey shou |^Kvc the earliest* sarieties, 3 Sie most! disease-resisting - Iflt The cl...

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

DISTRICT NEWS (By Our Own CSIckespondest.) ' WOOMBYE. It was widi feelings of dqep regret that we all heard of tjhe severe illness of Mr. Wilson's two eldest children, due Ho their having contracted scarlet fever. Both the patients were removed by their parents to Brisbane, -where thev are being nursed by Mrs. Wilson. How the epidemic came to be introduced into the district can not be surmised, but every effort is being made to stop its spread, and the school build ings are being thorough^ cleansed and fumigated before the school uses it again. For the present the School of Arts is being utilised for school purposes. A meeting for the purpose of forming a Fruit-growers' nnd Process Association is to be held in. the School of Arts' on Saturday night, notice of Avhich appears in another column. This meeting was to have been held last Saturday, but had to be postponed on account of its clashing with several other meetings. These associations have done a vast amount of good in other pla...

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

DANCING.' We desire to call the attention of our readers to an adifertisment ap pearing- elsewhere wKich announces that an extended night's dancing will be held in Wint^xford's hall on Wednesday night n^xt in connec tion with the Nambonr Dancing' Club. ;

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

RAINFAtL. - The -rainfall registered at the Nambour railway station for the week ending 9 a.m. yesterday was 0-76 points. j

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