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

Nambour Cricket Club. The-* social and executive committees of the Nambour C. C. met. at the Chronicle office on Tuesday night last, there beine* a fair attendance of committee-men. Final ar rangements -were made regard ing the forthcoming social, such as lighting, decorating, and floor preparations. A re ply was read from the Lands borough C.C., accepting the club's Challenge to play a friendly match on the Nam bour wicket on Saturday, Sep tember 19th. It was decided that the visitors be enter tained, and that the selection committee be requested to choose the team early in the coining week so as to allow of the publication oi' the team in next week's Chronici^e.

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

Ndtll If 3 i^jsubscribgjjj- ^Bt receive_ hi* paper list bip^fnte^^^Bi office direct trhea tlf : dnr will ba^Hjited. All rtjtanlznicationB^H ad{!resse-l to We do noiXwrffertaM^B-etiim manu script s.i'lfhrthfcr acce«M| not, bit will do *o if/ the writer -9^Hf* a ^^h t° that i fffc ri and encios ^?icient ttamps to col ^ postage. ^B - Coi resi-mdcnce'ftt ^Hitcd. Utmost secre yj }-bsemtd. | -?? ^ Ko ttj; tice will b- t ^Bf discontinua tion - f i'Jbe Ckioxici Be» at the end of tin ilirit, ait-Stben ^Hvcnriding their sabw rijntions axe pni Sj Su ik (ibers ore \cta j^B requested to form ri tteir sabtkrt Bl regalvly.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

Death. It becomes our sad duty to have to record the death of Mrs. (Hannah) Bruhu, wife of Mr. R. F. Bruhn, of Balbrmn, which event took place at Brisbane on Sunday last. Up to late j-ears Mr. and Mrs. Bruhn and family were resi dents of the Toowoomba dis trict, but through the failing health of Mrs. Bruhn, a change of location was deemed advisable, .and so the family came to reside at Balbrum. However, the change had not the desired result, death tak ing place as stated above. The deceased lady was in terred in the South Brisbane cemetery on the following day.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Law relating [?] Newspape[?] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

Lawjlrelatiii^ m News III p&m (1.) iSttbjicriljt/aiaai ^H ot &ve ex press : tiikice t*rtl|e ^H -y are con siilereil ' |t.s wt/biiit: ^H tinue their subscrijjtjipns./ p} ^H (2.) !l fj JiifjsyriberWf ^H ' ? «liscontit-u- ance ^-fj jthcir pcriixii ^^B ic publisher may liolijtintre seu-|in |^H till arrears are paid: ! S^W {3.) Ifihubsorilier 1 1. ^^Rto continue to take j^ieir peritH icu ^^B the office to whichj tlijey are din PU ^H are heldts sponsiblltl until th- y ^H ettled their bills, hrfiEL ordered th ^B -h: ,-liscoa- ttnuetf. ! ! ; ^H ' ' (4.} Ifjieubscriljer ns ^H other places/ withofttj jinforininj t I'^H -lishers, an-k the paj-^ are sentfto I^H °nuer direc tion, tin; j- are restxiiis Jt^B (5.) jijt Court- rt;»v 8^B fl that ' re fusing fA take the p- ^V iU from the office or) {removing 01 ^HiK them un called fyt is ' prim;i ^H evidence of inteiide-jlj fraud ^H (6.) Aiijy person \i h' ^Bives a new» paper aik-1 makes ase ^Hi whether he hasordeijed it or not, j^H in...

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

Mr. Howard. From latest advices received we are pleased to note that Mr. W. Howard, who was in jured by a powder explosion on the Dulong tram extension, is progressing most favour ably, so much so that he will be able to return home in the course of a week or two.

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

Small Debts Court. LANDSBOROUGH. At the ab«»e Coart on Monday last, the attention --f Mr. E. Egling ton, P.M., was occupied by the hearing of a civil action, in which W. J. Kadatz. a teamster, of Beer wah. sought to recover from John Mawhinney, a fanner, of Mool oolah, the sum of £S, £3 being the price he had paid for a T-uH, and ^5 ' comnensation ftir the detention of the same beast. Mr. T. C. Neilson, . ? (of Holzbergor & Neilson, Bris bane) appeared for the prosecution, but Mawhinniiy was undefended. The evidence as adduced from the plaintiff imd another teamster named Allan E. Ferris,, disclosed that defendant owned a bull, which was running ;it his brother's (James Mawhinney's) place. On he 6th July defendant sold the beast to Radatz for £& a receipt for whichi' plaintiff produced, but on his prof „ ceeding to tike delivery of the ! bull, James Mawhinney refused to '*jt give it up, my-ing that he had '^ bought the animal from his :ion, (defendant's nephew), who ...

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

Accident to Mr. Keil. Mr. H. A. jKeil, of Bli Bli, met with a very nasty and painful accident on Wednes day last, whereby he received a black eve and a jagged wound on the/ right temple. It appears that Mr. Keil and another part}- were doing some surveying work on the farm at Bli Bli, an4 as a limb of a tree proved an) obstacle to the work, it was! decided to re move it, audl accordingly a start was made, Mr. Keil be ing only a few j'ards distant while the cho] -ping was going on. A splimer flew off and struch him in the face, causing the injuries st ated above. ; Mr. Keil was fortunate, however, in that it did not strikej the optic, for haa it done so,- the injuryjwouldhavebeenof ajery serious nature. *

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

Hainboor Meffiodis! CircQif;, ^ RKUGtOUS SKRV1CKA wiM be con- I ductetl on SUNDAY Xoxt as Ufa It low:- #f f ' s N.vmbocr- !ia.n).. Rev. *J. Kraisinirtfi*: „ - 7-30p.n1.. Rev. T. Bn«ssin,ijton * , ^- i ' **'' BCDERfM 3JOfJJT.VIN — II a.nj., «3i-t 7-30 p.tn.., it rv W. Lanhani. Wockmbvk -.? p-m., Mr. E. S. Rowland ; 7 p.m., Mr. J. DutfieltL rALinvoons— 3 p.m.. Mr. J. DuffieM. : Mo-Tvir.uf-ti a.m.. Mr. Gamut. : 7 p.m.,; Mr. R. Tinning*:- r( ^.; * Dipnitwavii 7 p.m..;Mr. C. CottereH. DCLONn — 3 p.m.. Rev. T.. Bnissington. :

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
What Others Say About Us. "ISIS RECORDER." [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

What Others Say Abont Us. 'ISIS RECORDER.' A Journalistic Infant. — The latest addition to the provin cial Press of Queensland is the ;' Chronicle and North Coast ^Advertiser,' a crisply written and creditably-printed produc tion issued from the press of Sir. L. W. Waianson, at Nam bour. Our new contemporary claims to represeottheinterests of the Moreton farmers, and, judging fcy the mitial number, it is certainly deserving of their fullest support. 'We wish it a loii.g and useful career.

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

Payment of Bounty. The first payment of bounty on white-grown, sugar cane de livered at the Moreton Central Sugar'Mill was paid on Friday :last to Mr. T. Pickard, the amount being £26 12s. o,d. on 133 tons 4 cwt. ?'

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

Our Query Simn. {Corrt£po:ulents-tesi j^Hinfonmition will be iijijswered throii ,'^B ? column on payment of 3d. for eucl j^E ion'put. - ' Fatiiiner' asks : ^B one cane farmer Jkell cane pjjH to another cane farmer in the i|K iistrict? Answfer : — Yes.: rl^B aimers in any district. It is afiH the Com monwealth Act, -b |B : Govern ment h^ve given 1 J^B that they do not! intend to. t: ^H y steps in the maiter.- The ^B should be weighed at the n. ^B ore being taken away for pi ^K f. as this then entitles the ov ^H - payment of bounty by tin* f^E nonwealth Government, thou'g |H jaymentis made tiy the Mill Bail cases, howevej, the cane |98 be grown and thV plants £- |H by white labouf.jj Another |H :t of this questiio^i is, of coii |B-hat where land is; .Worked --Ht ^H ilty lease hold, itj^e lessee! ca S m royalty on the jiiuantity |o ^B'for plants. As regjs rds this 'qi ^Kt from the Mill p4 n' °f view, Wmv is no ob jectioffjwhatever of! IHp the sell ing of ^.Jants. |B 'FarjfBer' also jJB...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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OUR ESSAY. SELF-DECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

OUR ESSAY. I SELF-DECEPTION. ! (Bv Secvndus.; The old proverb, ' Man. know thyself/' has often been quoted in relation to our physical life ; but we think it will admit of a wider interpretation and sphere, in which we may discover a want of know ledge of ourselves of which we may not be wholly conscious. It is a common thing to meet with people who are built of false thought material ; made up of what Bacon says — V vain opinions, flattering hopes, false valuations, imagina tions as one would, and the like' ; and are living in ignorance of their weaknesses. It has been stated that this ignorance is not altogether detrimental or mischievous to a person's life. Perhaps in some cases that is true ; because we be lieve thaC if the foregoing false thought material were taken j out of some men's minds there wo:uld be j little of real self left; theyjlwould stand out in the community as 'poor, shrunken individuals, full of melancholy and indisposition, and unpleasing to themselveL' We are...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

(Sommereiai, I BRISBANE. ^.i Messrs. J. Jacksoa and Co.. LttL, Bris- ?^Sj&L bane, report the fotlowinjf snles of farm 'f^r and dairy produce at their Roma-strret market on Wednesday: — Maise. prime, from 39 od t« 33 ' id per bushe!. ?: V/heat. milling, 39 3d to 59 .*d per ? bushel Potatoes (Queensland), .}« 9«! to 53 9a perewt Tasmanian, circular heads, 39 6d per cwt - .. ?: Sweet potatoes, is gd per c\rt Pumpkin*— table, is per bag Onions, 3s oxl to 4s per cwt ; Chaff— oaten (Victorian), 5* oil to 583d per cwt : whentcn (straw). 39 fc£ to j 3S9«l; iucerne. primevas6-ltoa*9d: second quality, l» to as ; m»T«e«l, f prime, js to 393d; second quality, j is 3d to 23 per cwx ttsm Hay— tncerne. prune, is 6tl to js $d; wjll metliuui. 6a to isperevrt &*\ Butter— prime, lid to is per H-; '9BM second quality, Sjd to 9ja ; tliird /p qualitv, 6dtO7|d J? Cheese, sd to 5jd per lb Bacon, bd to Hid per lb Honey, ad to 3jd per lb Eggs, 7jd to 7 jd per dozen Poultry — fowls. 3s id tO3S...

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

IPSWICH. '[ ^ Fanners' i'rices : ; i. Mr.ize (prime only) per bushel as 'gd ;? Itutter (tanners') per lb 6d'togd. : „ (fnctory) per Ibj . . is od Cream, per lb . . ' . . §d Eggs, per doz . . . . 6d Jlouey. per lb . . 2d to ajd Beeswax, per lb . . . . 7d to gel Lucerne Chaff (prime) per ton 30B to 409 ? Mixed Chaif, per ton . . 30a to 400 Lucerne Hay . . ? . . . . Nominal. Roosters, per pair . . . , as gd Hens, per pair .. .. asod Geese, „ „ .. .. 4s 6d Ducks, English, per pair . . 49 6d Ducks, Muscovy, , ? 53 Turkeys, hens, '„„'.. 49 Turkeys, gobblers „ „ ion Pigeon;*, per pair . . . . gd Retail Prices: Sugar, best white, per bag .. Miliqnin ia, iijsod ; „ second white, per 701b bag 1311 ijd i Flour— Ipswich Snowciond . . 37s 6d : Scafoain ? 373 6d ; Dominion -- ?- 379 6d rtfcj White Rose ... -i 37s 6d ' Queen of Patenta - - ags 6d : Imffield's .. .. 339 :: Bran— is 31! per bushel, or rsodper bushel '' by the bag ' ? Pollard— is jd per bushel, or \a 3d per i- bushel by the bag, jL ,...

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

The Crushing. The iq'uantity of cane re ceived for treatment up to Wednesday night at the More ton Central Sugar Mill to talled 4,430 tons.

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

A Federal Aspirant, MORETON SEAT. Major W. T. Deacon, C.B., and an alderman of the Ips wich Municipal Council, has definitely decided to contest the forthcoming election to a seat in the Federal House of Representatives as represen tative of the Moreton elector ate. He purposes standing as an Independent. It will be remembered that at the last Ipswich show, the Premier (Hon. R. Philp) stated that if Major Deacon consented to contest the seat, he would do his utmost to seciire his re turn. 'Whether the Pre mier's influence' (says thelps \vich Standard) 'at the present juncture would assist any can didate is a very debatable question.'

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hints on Sugar-Cane Culture. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

Hints on Sugar- Cane Culture. (By Agricola.) Man}- arguments on the habits ajid cultivation of the cane plant £;re entered into day by day in our neighbourhood, and too often leave the persons engaged in and those listening to the argument very little wiser, and even more confused in iheir ideas, as to the course they should adopt for their own best in terest. A-few!iiint5, therefore, may not be taken amiss, as they are not dogmatic, and may be rejected, im proved, or accepted at the caprice of the reader. First, then, as what to plant: I,et it be cane of one year's or season's growth, well matured., but short-jointed, with 1:hree to five plump eyes well de veloped but not started to much : us to kind, opinions are still divided. New kinds are being tried with varying success ; see that the kinds selected combine fair sugar yield ?ivith cropping- capacity, a weedy cane rich in sugar or a burly cane poor in saccharine juice being squallyundesireble. Whentoplant: Let it be as early as...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

To 'the Editor. Sir, — Will you kindly grant me space in 3*our valuable paper to make a few : remarks anent the Buderum tramjway — not that it will perhaps do miitch good to the Blind and Deaf Shire Council which we have to deal ?wjith. It seems to me thev do not want to find out the best route, but that their only route is to Nambour, and they must in vent excuses to prevent it going to Woombye. First of all they said we must be u'pianimous in our de cision for one of the two :outes; now the}' have decided on a route to serve half the Mountain, on the plea that it will pay the best, when facts have beein given as to the re munerative powers of the Woom bye route, wh'ich far exceed those of the Namljour route. I also notice with intjerest that four eoui\ cillors and th£ President were ap pointed to inspect the routes ; only three of the Icouncillors and the President turjned up, but at the final decision the absent councillor, Mr. Smith, w|ho inspected neither of the routes, j gave ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

— , — __j ? . — (We freely, injrite correspondence on any rasitters of 'iinportilnce to the com innnity, but in ho instance do we hold onrselves responsible for the- opinions expressed in this column. In all cases the ?writer's name and address must be affixed to themabuscript, not necessarilly for publication : but as an act of good faith.) I 'Be brief t for it is icith rcords as with sunbeams, the more they are condensed tks des.pcr they biirn'

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A YOUTH'S [?]THY CONDUCT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 4 September 1903

jf A YOUTH'S F AiHrTMY CONDUCT. ji jThe e\-iden e^Buced at the in (-Vi\ry held at tl^Banibour Court Piouse on Sati nHEjast into the cir K, ijinstances : ^t^^Rng the recent boating fatal -*^^E the Maroochy iHar disclosec ^^B commendable qpuduct and. i^Bnce on ine Part «t one 01 tli ^?£ivors, lhomas jj knkey, on tl : ^K§. morning. Mr. ifjgiington (P l^^»Iagistrate) was sj 1 impressed v^^pie plucky man liir in which h^^E'Ung fellow be ll kved when t '£^Bo was wrecked, a:j deduced f )i^Be testimony of tjje witnesses t^Rt i;i t^at gentle i iaii's intenti' n^^Ejelieve, to bring i j under the i^B^ °f l^e- Ro3ral 1 jumane Soc: t;^Bw^c^ ne ^s tne { ^mpie ? rej e^^Kitive. When, s ifter being ( 1 ^B bc-ttcm of the t oat for nea 1}^B^ hours, naked s nd almost bi ii^B^^ liV^Q tne c?ld H'ind blowing a^Bie waves which Hroke over t e^Et intervals, the four men det rK:d to act on the suggestion tl alHB-y should trj- to svji*im to lan- , ^Hbt 80 yards dis tant, Sankey x^B^ ^ aboriginal (Jack}- Ball )...

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