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Woodford. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

Woodford. On Friday night last, a most suc cessful social was held in - the Woodford Hall, which was filled to overflowing with visitors.froni every part! of tfr' district. The proceeds areito go'\*n aid of the Brisbane ho^ffital, .,&d a gcod substantial suiE^iibuid oe the result. A com mittee of ladies, consisting of Mes dames Bateman, Cardell, = King, Gamble, Witt, Ferguson, Tilney, and the Misses King organised and carried out the aftair in ji most creditable manner. The h^ll was most tastefully decorated *ndeed, and must have cost many himrs of arduous labour to the fair vforkers, whose artistic genius was produc tive of such a happy blending of colour with so striking and pleasing effect. As there were about 50 ladies present at the dance, I shall notattempt to describe thecostumes further than to say that they were tasty and graceful, which, added, to them perfectly bewitching. The music was contributed by several local musicians, who kindly gave their services free fo...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

; ? MKB'' :7t: : :- ^w- lljaj ubscriber do ? Sn^^pceive his papiSJ.' ' him write t - ijh^Hpicc direct whoigj j error will bi* : ^'^B aJ^i] ijiinyiicatioiis -, 'rl^^lressed lo 'L.i^ J 'ilkuison. X- 1 \''^^e! \\|jy lot uitderuK : to^Hgrn inaiiu scrij-^ri \; lielher accep - 'j^HSt. but will -lo &M i :ie writer e: i if^BLii wish to tluij^j ; . and eiiclos* - ^^^Hr1^ slal'Ps to t!*} postage. ^K CitSij )oude«ce free \ ni^K- lTtnu-st secnaj bservetl. ^Eb Njc?' ice will be ta'. - u ^Bsjicoutinua tioiia' 1C Chkoxici.: ui^Bilit the end oftjri; hu, and then -i xBB&ilinx their subi»H ipns are paid. ^BI- SJ5J' npers are ean . il^^K|uested to forvJ^ij [Heir subscrip i li^^felarly.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Montville. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

Montville. The members of the Montville Dancing Club held an extended night's dancing in the School of Arts on Friday last. It was a fine night, and a large gathering was tie consequence. Dancing was kept up till 4 a.m. At 1 1 -30 p.m. refreshments were handed round, and again at 2'3O p.m., and were much appreciated. Several songs were rendered between dances, and Mr. W. Jones treated those present to some very good selections on his phonograph. Mr. J. Woofe very ably officiated as M.C. Prior to' opening the hall for dancing, the Montville Cricket Club held a meeting therein. Two delegates were appointed to repre sent the club at the meeting that is to be held in the 'Chronicle' office at'someTuture date is. reference to fo:rming an association. Mr. Victor Dunning, who had lieen captain, declined to accept the position for the ensuing season, which is to be very much regretted, as he filled the position admirably in the past, and much credit is due to him, as he was one of theprinci...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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BOYCOTTING THE "CHRONICLE." [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

Bd| EpTTIl) »THE T^^i leiice was j icK- any meaj|j Ranting aj h^Beeting of t|^ vljarooch}' t liBioimci] held| J pAuesday .1 ?' H' that a s^jSJ biix of bo; :c|^g the ' Cl^;| ikicle' has; rcHEenced, bv tltf fwithholdii! :^Kare of jobljfi)} x work anc ai^Rtisiiig. A sj|j ^ of £4 w£ :Hit this pas{:?I )»th or so ' » iBKonner, but |t . a pemi}' c u^Kto the Chr|»; c)e office. V^Bire not goh'jlj tcj grieve 1 i\Hr. but caivjlij 'i\\re the co .1 K^B'rs that if tl| I ijbr one si 1 H^pioment thii^ Hey are g-; i K-jBij cause us, |j ! tjaking tile ie^fethods, to \w|] bif one iota|f bHRinting and|j iblishiug lU1 ^-H|Anients by (|i |:4spondenl5 .^m1 tneir acti||i s as publi^! ii^B or to staj| ky criticisi^i iii^R' lead ingj|f fiolunins, *- (jl Bp ha\-e recjl] led withoi|t |tHp host, for a| [atnount on ii^K7* leave aloi^| pi advertise nMfjor two, is M ^jig to cuj t xiHfcir aud hoi|| £ . criticisi 1 . Bk their acti.^ ;. It only; ; i'^K|o show hoif sale some'; ^9n- minds are;$- ) occupy pv ili^Ksition...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Mapleton. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

Mapleton; At the invitation of the Mapleton Fruitgrowers* Association, Major Boyd (editor of the ' Agricultural Journal') and Mr. Morsbv (Govern ment photographer) paid a visit to this district on Saturday last, and left on Wednesday. During their stay here they were the guests of Messrs. David Smith and Wilson. Both gentlemen visited all the orchards of Mapleton, and photo graphed several splendid views, which, together with a full descrip tion of this district, can be expected in the November issue of the above journal. Mr. Boyd was greatly im pressed with what he saw, and is of opinion that the citrus tnies on the Range are the best he has seen in Australia. On Tuesday evening the Rev. T. Brassington delivered a lecture, entitled 'John Wesley,' to a fair audience, and from start to finish his remarks were full of humorous sayings. Those who have not yet heard this lecture, and may have a chance to hear it, I advise to do so, as it will prove an hour* well spent. The strawberry cr...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cooroy. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

Cooroy. A meeting of the Cooran and Po mona and district W.P.O. was held in Mr. Ferguson's Hall at Cooran, onSaturdaynightlast, Mr. O'Rourke (the president) occuping the chair. In reply to the Marvborough execu tive ot the Wide Bay W.P.'O. it was decided to inform that bodv of the Pomona organisation's intention to support the candidature of Mr. A. Fisher at the next Federal elections. Having disposed of this correspond ence, a discussion on the matter of the sngar bonus took place. General dissatisfaction was expressed at the present working of the law. rThe contention of most of the speakers was that a minimum wage clause should have been inserted, and.this would have enabled the men who actually do the labour to share in the benefits of the bonus. But 2s it stands, the labourer is ground down to bare subsistence, while the bonus swells the pockets of the little capitalist. It was decided to invite Mr. G. Ryl.-nd to give a lucid explanation of the Labour party's proposed land tax ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Surprise Party, Yandina. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

Surprise Party, Yaimdlna. On Thursday night, Septem ber 3, upwards of 40 young people, including visitors from Nambour, gathered at the rail way gates, Yandina, for the purpose of pavinjr a surprise visit to the residence of Mr. J. Summerville, who is in charge of the State school, and pleasing is it to note that fully 90 per cent of these visitors were at one time or ^he other pupils of that gentleman, so that this gathering spoke well for the esteem in vrljiich Mr* Summerville was held by tUt old scholars. Dancing was the principal enjoyment of the evening, and was kept going till 2 a.m., the music jforwHcE''*''' was ably supplied by Messrs. J. Glover and A. Dyne, while the duties of master of cere monies devolved upon Mr. J. I Potts. During the evening Miss Dora Hore submitted a ' solo entitled ' Eternal Light,' which was much appreciated, I Every one present seemed to thoroughly ; enjoy fenemselves and were evidently regrdrftiV that time had flown so fast

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Women's Churc[?] Society. FIRST ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

Womel'k Chare B Mf 9 Society. .. FIRST AXNJ ^B'ARY. The I nterior* of -^Hj Nambonr Methoc|;i-it Church j^Bnted quite a gay £^-pearan_ct ^??'lay night last, thji: occasion C^B' the first birthdagj— -or anuiB^Hy — of the Wonier^!* Church laSa -ciety con nected pjh^rewith. SB§ elebrate it a nove{: method wj^B sorted to. A largt- number Bj:B1 itations to what u;is represeRBBIlo be the society| birthday ^H liad been issued, t ccompanyi f^Bh of which was a tji ly bag, an Sffturning to the bacjS of the car ,MBs eyes met with thj- following j^K — EticiosetS you will Cm HS: -iack ; Pleg.^o eijl her send or ' Bff lack.. With as i lanv half-pe iflByears vou're The onnS -er, we pr^M-HB1 not ** to-'-'- If the y-e irs of voulr aSBH» care not to - ???-?''?? : ' !?¥ A 6hillinfe . or more, HBB»'er as weI1 Those Wvho did ttol;^Bive formal invitatiiip were ncMBBwever, de barred Iffrom atteiH^H all were i welcon(k the gJH condition j attaching being (SHBance with | the request contaisBB the above rhyme...

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W.P.O. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

I jw.p.op I Th|«! Kr6ombyeH rBbfthe More|j (.W.P.O. lit iKother very :|| jceissful mei p^n1 the I Scho|| |f Arts on S^ j-Bk 5th iusta^jL | I These m f'^K very goods Shidance oi -iH|ibers, those| ?r«isent sho H^Bgreat enthi^; pixi. Se\ rj^Rsym pathiii k.iwlio had 1 iiflBl good - dista^ [, ^ere pres- [t^Ed two new f| fibers wei I^Rposed and 4i fitted. Ot ; si^fcrsons have p| bressed the ;^fcntion ofjoij| |g at our m ct^Ksting, whicfl fill be held n^B 26th ult. ;f^ jetter was rs -eWm from Mr. 3| [tl^ddock, o I i^Rjolah, of a \|* b\ encourai i ifi^Bature, as hei| [ites that h?-; «^Bot^er Labo| I sympathi: ir^Kiteuds formiS \ 4 branch o trBp'.P O. at L^ isiorough,! u^Entend togivj? iV^rypossib :d^ptance, as it i hdpedby, j- n^Kforces that H :y can all wi 1 l^^ether for tip ^(odofthe n^B^Sub spripi In books avj je^fceured and Ip i;tributed, jii^Rrizing hold#i \t ? collect - |ii^K?ns for fundijj k assist rK^R^abour mov# lit. m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

IfMlEY EOIiEETSOi, i | SOL1C1TOF, B' j Corner Georges :reet B ' j * and Burnett's Lane, I JBRISBANE. ?[Visits; Nambour when necessarv. ? ? u ? _^ ? '_ I jCabooIture Shire 1 I Counc 1. § NOTICE TO~RA'EPAYERS. 1 A LIi RATES for the Ourrtnt Year are M -A «?°w DUE, and uiu -t be paid within M Thirtv Days. For the convenience of ? Ratepayers, Uie Clerk % rill attend to re m teive irates asunder:— i ? -? i ?^ Wo^dford. — Mrs. ', Kind's store, M Wednesday Afternoon and Tljurs-. ?3 jday Forenoon, i6Lhand 17th Sep W jtember. ? Hometown.— Mr. \V. Bradley's store, I K- -1 Friday, 18th September. * { ? Landsborouch.— Mr J. M'Nab's store, 5 ? i Thursday, 24th September. : B jCoocnix CRXEK-— Mr. Simpson's. ? ; { Friday, 25th Sept- tuber. S ? ALFRED JOHNSON, £ ; Chairman. ; E Board's Office, K ' : 1st August, 190 ;. 1 H~ ? *-? K Comnionwealth of Austi alia, K ; postmaster-General s Department, m i -? i I: t August, 1903. J K fioNyEYAXCE OF MAILS (INCLUD-j ? i ? IN55 PARCELS), 1904, 1905, and 1906....

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

To the Editor. Sir, — There is a true saying that goes nowadays that a man can well say sometimes, ' Oh, save me from my friends!' and especially can Mr. Bury say this of the letter which appeared over the name of one H. Vane-Tempest in your last issue. In the first place, I must refer your readers back to my letter, which has seemingly given so much offence in some quarters. In it I did not mention a single person s name, because I knew that Mr. Bury was not the first nan to use public property for personal con venience. But Mr. Tempest has developed into quite a hurricane, and comes forth like a bjast from a fiery furnace, and accuses me in abusive terms of referring to Mr. Bury especially. Oh, for the gift of a clairvoyant, Vane ! But as he has been kind enough to specialise the instance, he has done an in estimable service to the ratepayers, because I am saved the trouble of giving any facts to bear me out in what I wrote ; but if it should be desired, I will give other instance...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

©ax*r««?RI^j,l5gt«. (We freely invite correspondence on any matters of importance to the com infnity, but in no instance do we hold oniselves responsible for: the opinions expressed in this column. In all cases the writer's name and address must be affixed to the manuscript, not nccessarilly for publication but as an act of good fawh.) 'Be brief, for it is wHk -words as 'with sunbeams, the more they are condensed (he deeper they burn' To the Editor. Sir, — Thesubjectofgoodroadsisan all-important one, especially in dis tricts like ours — so subject in nor mal seasons to heavy rainfall. A great deal has been said in1 the Press lately on this subject by some of our leading men, and the average cost per mile of forming and grad ing, metalling and rolling, has been variouslv estimated. It may be fairly set down to cost ^,250 per mile to make a good road. Ob viously then, it is beyond the means oi' this Shire Council to do much in the way of permanent work in that direction at present. Bu...

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Rosemount Social. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

Rosemount Social. On Wednesday night upwards of 100 persons assembled at the Rosemount Schoel at the in vitation of the bachelors of that district, they having worked up a capital social. ' The school was neatl}' decorated with greenery — palms and terns — by the young folk, and denoted mueh taste on their part. Dancing was the chief pastime, and was kept going till the small hours of the following morning. Mr. H. Dennis ful filled the duties of master of ceremonies to the satisfaction of one and all, while the music supplied by Messrs. R. Wild (accordeon) and P. Petersen (violin) was all that could be desired. During the evening, Miss Dora Hore and Mr. W. E. Soutter sang solos, while Mr. L. Love and Miss. Hore submitted a duet, all of which items were thoroughly appre ciated. Refreshments of no mean order were freely handed round b}- an able and ener getic committee, as secre tary to which Mr. E, F. Ether idge proved to be the right man in the right place. Great praise is due the c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

'Thf |house flBjiiserable withou^ ilt,' — anfB^H°W raan went straight .^??|Hjan-i or dered th-h Chron*;^H 'THEY have fl[e home happy.p j How ? ^Bliey sub scribe t-j\ the Cm I|Hi.e.

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Nambou[?] Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

Wamboui- ^Bf'*5 Club. .A meeti.)fH the above Hub was -^H011 Monday light, the - lig a fair at endance o| ill ?ers, Mr. W. I,. Soutter-^ eMing. Matters ||: minor i lj^Bance to the liib were u s^ped, and new' nembers xiy. l^B^ was agreed o hold a i^m on October ;oth, and t : i'^Ke tenders for ratering at .« iS The prices »f tickets v irKrranged, and he same ot c *^E;b be printed, rfrs. Yarr-) - M^y kindly do lated a t& ? o^Kvherewith to aise funds tK club's bene t. The co ,-Wl be disposed ,f at the ; aHjbut the con lition und : W&h saiue ^u as carried c : B deferred for lture cons I e^Kra. \ I

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Nambou[?]ember 7. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

: j Nambouaj^H ember 7. To rur; KiHH Sir, — .p letter in }f|^B *st issue appears £ - have raiseai^B : a breeze, indeed il ended ''-th§|^B pfst. It is much jioj be regret |^B^a vane had not |i lieen prev j^H erected, that we Ipnight hav |^| ivu from which quarter to exj fle storm. ''Tis jni ill wind t ^Hlows no body gooi .*?' and I p;i |^B :oinment on the piojverb. T I^Hter from ' Eve-wit rtess'' w!4 ^H ised the tempest.: i cotisiuc ^Hasouable comment on the act-«^H a public man, an-3 the action K^Hed to will probably be satisfuctfl^B xplained in its pr- i )6r place. S-^H certain individuj I, of 'blowj^B charac teristics,; so pointeK^H efers to mvjielf i s' ' Eye-wp^H ' I trust you will j ;ive an anil ^H ve denial tc the a*- umption, 3 ^B not wish to obtain credit for] ^H / do not pcrfofin.. \ ; *l ^H This etiolation i\~ |^Biakspeare seems tc ; trie approp ^H : ' ire ; ting^ thus I.- - !^H . . . Like one y'A\6 having, it -^Hlibv telling of i| ' !M ' . Made sue i a sincer of 1 i^H ory...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

ORGANISED by the Rev. A Hig jins, Clergyman of the Church of i ingland, will 2-q*held in the... j /// Slate School, fanndf, on / Monday, September 14. iDHISSIOKFREL

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Sunday School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

Sunday School Picnic. On Mondaj' last the fourth anniversary picnic and concert in connection with the Nin deny Mission Sunday-school was held, the day being all that one could desire for such an event. Dinner and tea was served out to all alike, some 60 children partaking of the former, their numbers being considerably augmented as the afternoon wore on. There was also a large number of adults present, who appeared to thoroughly enjoy them selves. Games of various sorts were played, and races for money prizes kindly given b}r the Rev. A. Higgins, who ar rived by the afternoon train, were run off. Tugs-of-war between teams representing Yandina and Ninderry, and the ladies versus the gentle men, this item caused no end of merriment, both to the contestants and the onlookers. Needless to say, the parents and friends provided the good things, though the labour of looking after the wants of the people as regards their appe tites devolved mostly on Mes dames J. Edwards (superin tendent o...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Woombye. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

Woornbyo. Quite a gloom was cast over our 'ownship on the announcement of 'he death of Mr. Thomas Bartholo mew, ? jnr., which took place at his father's residence on Sunday morn ing. When word arrived on Mon day, the church bell at- St. Mar raret's was tolled, flags were hoisted half-mast, and windows were 'blinded, while the mill had pre viously ceased working. Some weeks ago Mr. Bartholomew had an attack of pleurisy, but seemed to be making good recovery, when the disease returned, and on Thursday night his relatives were summoned to his bedside. The end came about 8 o'clock on Sunday morn ing. Mr. Bartholomew was ad mired and respected by all who came in contact with him, and on him devolved a large amount of the responsibility of his father's busi ness. Sympathy is expressed every where for his parents and relatives in their sad bereavement. The entertainment and social in aid' of the tramway expenses came off on Friday night. Owing to ill ness, and also because a large num ber ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Hopetown. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 11 September 1903

DISTRICT NEWS. (By Ocx Own Correspondents.) Hopetown. Some excitement was caused last week, when it was known that an old German named ' Conrad'' was found hanging in his hut on Sheep station Creek, where he had been living alone for the last few years. He had evidently been dead for a couple of days v.'h'en found. The police at Hopetown were acquainted of the fact and the body was subse quently interred on Thursday last m the Hopetown Cemetery. The old man had been in a melancholy state of mind for some few days ]-efore, and evidently worked him self off in the most approved style.

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