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Notes on Cow Feeding. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

Notes on Cow Feeding. I have recently, ^Tites a con tributor of the '* Warrnambool Standard,'been visitinga dairy ing district in which the soil is good and the rainfall liberal. I was glad to find that the farmers, instead of going in for a dairying season and turning the cows out for five or six months every )'ear, were keep ing up the milk production by a system of feeding. I was sur prised, however, to find a most expensive system of feeding in operation. The cows were being fed upon hay chaff, bran and chaf fed green stuff. The hay and green stuff produced upon the farm, but the brfiii was im ported from the wheat growing districts. Good results, .were being obtained from the ration used, and that of course not surprising, but it was strange that a more economical plan of securing the result had not been discovered. In several other districts some of the most prosperous dairy farmers have long ago discovered a means of saving the bran bill, and the reason why such large quantit...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A POLITICAL COMEDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

A POljITICAL COMEDIAN. If the Rig|it;Hon. G. H. Reid thought he was going to create a sensation byiresigning his seat be cause he cou|d not have New South Wales cul ur into electoral districts to suit him a}id his freetrade party, he woefully missed the mark. The whole thing pas been treated with the utmost ljidicule by members of the Federal .parliament, and by a majority of the people outside. The idea of resigning as a protest against the action j-t a majority of over two to one was: ridiculous enough in itself, but to do so when Parlia ment had only a couple of months to run made*it more so. Not for a moment cou!ld he have thought that anyone was ! likely to oppose him for a freetrafjle seat — East Sydney — for which rej-election would have to be sought a£ain in a few months' time. He k{ne\v perfectly well he was on safes ground, and so did everybody ij-lse. A week or two before, Kingston resigned from the Ministry ouja matter ol principle, and everybody applauded him. Reid fain...

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Magisterial Inquiry. Recent Boating Accident AT MAROOCHY HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

Magisterial Inqniry, — i — - Recent Boating Accident AT HAROOCHY HEADS On Satnrda|? last, at the Nambour CcJurt-hoiise, a magisterial inqtjiry into the cir cumstances surrounding the recent boating accident at Maroochy Hefads, whereby Frank Douglas! aad an abor iginal, named Jacky Ball lost their lives, was held before Mr. E. Eglington, P.M. Acting sergeant J. M'Neill conducted the inquiry. The first wit less called was Thomas Sankey, who deposed that he was a nshennan, em ployed by Thomas. Durbridge, of Bli Bli, Mjaroochy River ; remembered Monday, August 3, on which day, about 9 a.m., a party of fourf-Frank Doug las, Jacicy Ball and Andrew Ball (aboriginals), and himself — left the Marcpochy River in the Cato, a cutler 24 feet x 10 feet 6 inches,! with a three quarter deck, jind carrying a mainsail and jib, on a schnap per fishing trip to Old Wo man's Island,! in the main ocean, about four miles from land ; Andrew Ball was in charge of the boat ; they started on the jreturn journe...

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OVERSEA MAIL CONTRACTS. BRISBANE A PORT OF CALL. EXPORT OF BUTTER, PINEAPPLES, AND ORANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

OVE&EA Mil GOKTRACTS. BRISBANE A PORT OF CALL EXPORT O F BttTTKR, PtNE-VPPLES, AStl ORAXGES. On Wedi esday, Aug.25th, a depu tation cons isting of Senators Daw son and Hij gs (Queensland), Walker (New South Wales), Clemons (Tasmania, and Messrs. Groom, Wilkinson^ Fisher, Edwards, ?age, M'Donald, Ars.P.(Queenslaad\ and Mr. Robert Harper, M.P. (Victoria), waited up- m the Prime Minister, Sir Edniunp. Barton, with a. view to having a provision made in the next: oversea mail contract making Bris ba&e a port of 'call. Mr.; -Edwi.rds introduced tiiecdepiitatioii. and rend letters from the Hon. R. Philp and the Brisbane Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Groom urged the object of the deputation and nu:de reference to the growth of the dairying indus try, the output, of [which had. in- creased in butter alone by 5,000,000 lbs. during the pas' five 3~ears, and that in spite of the drought. Mr. Wilkinson laid special stress upon the statement made by the Bris bane Chamber of Commerce th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

''\ 'i The h(Vus- ~^Bs miserable I : lout it;l-i iijHlie oW man f ritt straiglil By and or S f;d the Chi ow.' Ill ' I

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Australian Oranges. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

Australian Oranges. The market for Australian oranges in London is dull ; ordinary are selling at 6s. to 8s. per case, and navel 12s. There are large supplies of Italian oranges comingfonvard.

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Rifle [?]ch. [?]MBOUR R. C. [?] Team) V. [?]CROSS R. C. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

Rifle Brh, PJBOUR R. 2^B.Team) V. 9 ! I^pROSS R. C. I ,i\ Saturday ls;i^Be ^ed Cross % ei Club, of ri^Bie- arrived in jjiibour by t e^B'rniug train, I later in the li^R'ere engaged $ friendly riv; r;^Rith the Nam |r'Rifle*Club j J^Btm, and after 3 lirlj* evenly (^Bested match j honours wt: ^ S-i to be with j home team 'ij^B margin of 12 I its. The \n ;it^B;were hospit ^ entertiiint 5[ ^^Emghout the j' , while ^r. ] \ !^B[urtagh, (one I ie vice -p res: fe^Rof the Nam- j ^ r Club) di I ^Bich towards i1:ing the visi ^-r^Bay au enjoy [-? one. Th j^K'6^ fired on ii 2 the ,500 BE and 600 fis. Followi g^B; the details ;f he shootim *--^B: \ Naml 3t^B- C. ! uglish ... ? j^K- 27 26 77 tfurtagh ^ |.B 24 26 76 (iajiard . .' --^K 2S 2I ~*z t Iurtagh ? |B ~3 r- 66 Carroll ? jB 25 15 64 ' I'Pherson. . .. ^m 20 16 56 : Doig .... K. 24 4 54 f $enfer .... BE: 20 6 49 \ :^BTotal .. 514 I Red C -jpyKt-C p rer Harris . .'i ^m 32 27 S7 r joral Newej 'g H[ 27 2.5 76 i: rer King $? -4^B: 24- 2I 69 rporal ...

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White Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

White Australia. Did they ever see cane ? Read this : — ' A meeting of the Boonah Literary and De bating Society was held on Tuesday evening, April 26, at the School of Arts. .Mr. Stub bin presided, and there was an excellent attendance of mem bers. The subject was the white Australia policy, and 011 division the votes showed that the opinion of the meeting was that a white Australia was not practicable.' Comment is need less in a district such as this, where the benefits of the Com monwealth legislation on this question have been so great.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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OUR STORY COLUMN. Two Hearts that Beat as One. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

|OUS, STOM^COMI. tTwo Hearts that 6 eat .J: as Onis. \ BY JAMES WllilKSOU ' j (CONTIXUJUD.) :i. ? I ! ' : '?;; ?;? Mary was busy arranging tor all jisorts of parties anjl picnics, and j'other innocent pleasures, ae which .|sb.e and Charlie ware to have no fend of fun. She counted up the ?hours daily that zauit clap* e before -lithe beloved of her soul wov Id clasp per to his manly breast There jivrere no presentimejiits of coming !;,ill. To her joyousl natur- : all was ii bright and beautiful], and ljer heart || swelled with gratitude to the Dis :? penser of all bounties for placing jl her in such a beautiful w- rid, arid f for vouchsafing her [so rich a love. ji- What thoughts were passing j through Charlie's 1 nind - in only I be imagined, they can in ver now i be known, for alas ! all the Lr pleas rant anticipations ' of ir mediate I pleasure, in whici* the} would j wander along the slopes of life's : road, crowned with the fl nvers of i a holy love, were n^ver to be real ! ized....

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W.P.O. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

W.P.O. Considerable activity is be ing evinced in the formation of Workers' Political Organisa tions throughout the Moreton electorate, since the advent of the one at Woomtye. Nego tiations are now pending for the establishment of branches at Mooloolah, Palm woods, and Landsborough.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

i\. ? i ? ??-? ? ?? I UnriraUtfr] in Tin? nr.;l Q'ls-Iitj-; beau Siful in Mo-Jel an i Fiai.-h. For Clinrca, Sundav School, I «ige. Drawing lioora and the Cottage P«rl- or. Itlc.stra sd Lists Free. ^BBfc. j Sole Agents— Vgg -. I W. H. PALIHQ & GO. Ltd., i | 0m FOR Jm± \ j:.Jijsi FOLLOWING:- J{ i Established ii Anslralia over hilf - B ' ! century iniJio \ n-i.-i1 Tnvrwiient Trade ? ] Thepubli: cV.a n the !)o:iefit of .euch rs-I ? perience in pare 'ina'ny from \ ? ; W.H.P.$UNG&Go.\ i LIMITED, A I | .86-88 QUEEN STREET, Ij | Jfes^BRISBANE. ij ! (25) / !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

!??:? '-IK ? KAMMU^IAIID DUL8HG lUTSHHflfr-jff COLtk W. MACKAY, ||i MITCHELl, STREET, NAMBOU ^ Families supplied by bosket delivery ini Nunbour, If nlony, and Mapleton. Orihjjj* by R_tl a_a!M_tl Coach specially attend fit to. ' ; It ! * ? ' ?' ' ?! ? DAILY 6U 'PLIES OF FRESH EGC h BUT ?ER, AN» VEGETABU-iH^ ? _____ ? i!; FORKg.CA.ai ERS OF BEEF AT RKDUCI |H RATES. ij; nameJ ur - sawmilI] ? . jj: . HE. LOWE i| (SOL]5 PROPRIETOR)!!) DESIRES to intimate to the gene &}.' public ih&t he has taken over fnVji} Mitchell Br -s. theNanibour Sawmill, a&J hopes to: t sent, by strict attention J$ business at 1 punctuality in despatch jj)} all orders, a share of public patronage, ij? All -rtas» R of Timber — Rough afr} Dressfei Hi rdwood, Pine, Cedar, &Cji: suppled o tlie shortest notice, and $3 chtSpest . ssible rates. FJrst-c1 jhf; Tfijiber and Fruit Cases a speciality. ; j j. --.' A Till AL SOLICITED. |j ~ ? ill 'MESSRS D. H.andM. I). MITCHE^. jYl wish 1 o thank ...

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SAVINGS THAT MIGHT BE EFFECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

SAVINGS THAf WIGHT BE EFFECTED. One Governor-General, with lieu tenant governors chosen from local residents, at ^ibbut ^1,500 a }-ear, instead of six-State Governors rang ing from j£5,clco to ^'7,000 a year each.- ' ' One High (Lommissioner, acting as a commercial agent, with a good business staff* instead ofsix Agents General doing nothing. Onewell-orgaiiised,\vell-equipped weather burjiaii. (It was false economy to a^ojish the Queensland \ Weather Bureau until a Federal institution hap been set up. ; Considerable ; reductions in the staff appoiiitijients of the Defence \ Force in the Iseveral States. ; A ?''ministration of the railways by one Board of Commissioners instead ofsix, &c. I

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The Chronicle. Nullius addictus jurare in verba magistri. NAMBOUR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. WANTED—A HIGH COMMISSIONER! NOT WANTED—SIX AGENTS-GENERAL! [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

ATulli7ts ad iictus jurare in verba magistri. \ Nambour, Friday, September 4.' WANTED-] A HIGH COMMISSIONER! NCT WANTED- SIXA6ENTS-GENERAL! Australia has six Agents-1 General ii Great Britain, notj one of wh mx receives less than i ^1000 a year, and each of : whom regains an expensive staff and ( ostly offices. 'What the total post amounts to we are unable to say just now, but it must rv n pretty close up to ;£5o,ooo. What does Australia get for it ? The small advantage of the advertisement of her Agents-General attending so cial functions amongst the upper cm st of society, where they deliv ir occasional speeches laudatory of the extent and magnifice nee of Australian re sources ; some little work in connectid a with loans and con tracts, wl ich the}r mostly dele gate to experts in these pan ticular lii i.es, whom the States ?have aga: 11 to pay ; and the in troductio 1 of the few wealth}. or distil guished Australians who. juaj visit the motherland. '^Vlieii immigration was flowin...

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Nambour Dancing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

Nambour Dancing Club. On Wednesday night last, an extended! light's dancing was carried out under the management o f the Nambour Dancing Club, and despite the fact that a heav y thunderstorm broke over the township only a half-hour previous to com mencement, some twenty couples braved the muddy roads and put in an appear ance. The nig ht was an en joyable one, more so than the one held a month ago. Mr. W. Cross was in good trim as master of ceremonies, as was also Mr. T. Tucker, who had charge of the musical portion of the programme. Light re freshments were handed round during the evening by a com mittee consisting of Messrs. C. Boyling, E Potter, and G. Saunders, with Mr. J. Birch as secretary, to whom much credit is due for the suc cess of evening against adverse circumstances. '

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THE BLACKALL RANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

THE BUCK/ILL RANGE. Mr. A. H. Benson (Instructor in * Fruit Culture) recently visited the : Blackall R;»ige, above tansisbor- . ough, and states that the owintry looks exceedingly well, and .|here ? is every promise of au exixHent season. The yonng frwit trftesaie coming on well. The dairy* ucattle are in excellent condition, and&otn reports it appears tnas tae yieias are ver-- satisfactory. Mr. Iteoson '?- considers this * country ia un- * doubtedly e-jual to the beat of toe j Richmond River (New South * Wales) district for dairying ptur- '** poses, and would makr. great stride* if opened up, the great j;: drawback at present being the !jsm%m;| ctmdkion of the roads, which a^^jl practically impassable for light ^ traffic. Thousands of acres sow ;, covered wilth luxuriant scrubs \\i would carry thousands of cattlcnf .: under paspajsum, cocksfoot, prainei 1 ; and white, clover. The ptispalttm '?''. ~* paddocks laid down during the | past two or three years are now i& ...

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Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

Coming Events. Careful perusal of our col umns will show that there are many items of interest occur ing throughout the district. The programme of future events so far as . advertised ; is as follows : — . To-nifht : Concert and social at Woombye School of Arts. September 5th (to-morrow) : Meeting of W.P.O. at the School of Arts, Woombye ; and of Nambour Rifle Club at the Moreton Sugar Mill. September 8th: Meeting of members of the Nambour Tennis Club. September nth : Tenders close with Mr. R. Berry ; Nambour Cricketers' socisl ; Lodge Rosslyn meets at tne Masonic Hall. September 19th : Tenders clos'e with Secretary Nam bour Rifle Club. September 26th : Tenders close with PostmasterGen eral. October 9th: Concert and social in Nambour.

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Association Doings. MAPLETON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

Association Doings. MAPLETON. .The usual monthly meeting ;of the Mapleton Fruit-growers' a^id ; Farmers' Progressive Association ? . - was held on Saturday last, there being a fair attendance of member?. The minutei of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed, and correspondence read: and dealt » with. A letter was read from the Palmwoods Association regarding the proposed request which is tak- 4 hig tne form of a petition to the P Railway Department xsking for the, extension of the weekly excursion rates to the day previous to that at present recognised. The secretarf i- was instructed to reply to the effect -\ that shey hiwl already approached ' tlie Department through Mr. J, D. Campbell, M.L.A., and had re ceived a reply which gave every promise of the desired alteration in the near future. Other matters of importance were held over until the next meeting, as owing to the threatening state of the weather, , many members were prevented ; from being present that eveninjg. . i<...

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Lecture on [?] Culture. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

Ikaire od II Calfare. C nj iVednesdaB^Ht. August 26, Mr j'.fcunford M^Bument Viti cnl uiijist) spve jB^ftture in the Pal !nky6ods'Stat«i^B-i on ' Grape CnljtnreL' Mr. Iw^B^ °ccuPied the cirair. The-»^B:mly a mode rate ^tendance «^Bgrowers, the wei tVfir beini^uim^Brable and the roa. isj i b'ad. 'M«^Bford, in his ope \h ig remark; ^Bt with mar ket; , j jiving it 3 ^?opinion that SvdnMviwrtnlr? h) ^^HiKiilin? mar ?ket ft'r early g^; BHe divided grnfei into thrt ^Bes — currant, wink! find tables i^Bi vised those preaentjuot to pi; ?^Brant or wine gra?et4, as they*i -^Hnot pay. £f anyl V;jme were ^ ^H port should be niijjie, for tht) :^Big. of which an jjjikfit could! ^Hot for ^10. Blai Id i Hermitajj j^H one of the best! grapes to gj -^H- winemak ing, b:|itin coast] ^Hcts the table graj eU-which in i^B Early Black ?tint iiaurg, Macteg |M5se-coloured swejW j \Vater, (js^V- medium, Muacjijt : Hambtm^Boyal Ascot, Blac kj IPrince, M»^Reaume, &amp;c. — wjiijjthe mostly^Herative. It did ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

A $lEETIN(j; WelVjbombye jE\ W.P.O. if M bfeflin the Sch kU : of Art* '.j^BidnJb/e, on SAVipJRDAY (j I^B-n^vjJ, Sep tem ?)-►.' 5th, at j-\ -^H / iTender: ^?ited.// i! --? 9 /// HT ijNDERS a ^??iteci ud (ill I liFRIDAY M Septdnber iitfc.-ForFelling J^wes of Scrub on 1 i:jijd'at Dulon '^^tply !! ' ^BiERRY, Ci r-fc of VV. \1Tli ^HJNambour. CppjCEET 19 DMCE j ? ! j I will befaB ; j i WIHTERF.ff HhALL // ?ill: ^IM /&amp; PROCEEDS in 'aP^P/iurcK of I'.ng D0U3t£ TICKETS, £§ H SINGLE, 1 -6. ill: c':rM 'h lHv. E. H^|»RF-PRD TS ii^k : prepare-^tB^Bi,-e PUPILS for . :; VIQLiIIHnG at N^jiiJiboTir, Woo*iBf jBBulmwoods, and (iurr'iiiJKHii^ -llstr}! k|^h! i^iuhi Pupils in ^t'RtBM; places taught at tbjejij- own liom^.:,S^BS Fclrj^'ees ami fu[&amp;.£|BV-ruiation apply at tht-i ' Chronic5:E^Bx-'r or a/.lnress Kaqjtjfar. . i ??__ l___ Tefijs FeveifHieawater BV fclty own I'rti-«;iP^BM Particulars of ^'j-eatnvent u|.Sol!9Scation to ';M SlMKlUS, ?'- ??- S^H Cabooltnre. — HtH ? n«-— — Tenders ^IJB...

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