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Death of Mr. John Simpson. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

Death of Mr. John Simpson. On Sunda}- there passed away to that place from whence no traveller returns, one of the oldest residents of Caboolture, in the person of Mr. John Simpson, death taking place at the Brisbane Hosoital. Mr. Simpson had been ailing for some time from an internal cancer, and on Sunday an operation was performed, but this had not long been carried out when the last call came to him. Deceased was brought to Caboolture on the following day by train, and interred in the Caboolture Cemetery, the cortege being followed by many friends. . The Rev. C. C. Trueman officiated at the graveside. Mr. Simpson had been a resident of the district for over 35 years, the greatest part of which period he spent in Caboolture] though of latter months he rpsided at Woodford. He was thej first man to build a house on jthe north side of the Cabooltjure River, and was ^lniversallyirespected by those 'who had the honour of his acquaintance. He was ener getic and resourceful, aud exceptio...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Senator Glassey and the Seamen's Union. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

Senator Gjlassey and the Seametn's Union. The ? foll'ovjring appeared in; the Brisbane'' Observer' of the 22nd ultimo': — Senator Gl^ssey has just: been asked bv the secretary of the Feder ated Seamen's! Union (Queensland branch) to resign the post of trustee which he has held for many years. The circumstances are peculiar, and may be sa|d to afford their own most appropriate comment It appears tbat the 'Worker'' re cently published an attack on Mr. Glassey, accusing him of working in the interests of the Colonial Sugar Refining Company to secure a refund of excise, and of Brisbane merchants, who were likewise seek ing rebates ori articles affected bv the tariff. Biit the latest and ap parently niostj heinous of all his offences is thatj of having presented a petition to the Senate for the re peal of the provision in the Postal Act prohibiting the employment of coloured labour on the mail boats subsidised by the Commonwealth. We are told t$at in the face of all that has been djone b...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Defence Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

Defence Matters. ' If the i South African war had proved anything,' said Mr. Thom son, 'it has proved that under the conditions existing here, in case of attack, Australia wants, not so much higMy trained men, as men armed with the most perfect weapons, and skilled in the use of them.' The reserves, which are composed largely of the rifle clubs, should be at once armed with the most perfect weapon, and to see; that this was done they looked to1 the Government. A similar view was taken by Mr. Wil kinson, of IQueensland, who spoke from 15 years' exnerience in a rifle ] club. *'?-???'' . i * i » . * ' You are just going the right way to kill the rifle club move ment,' Mrj. Wilkinson told Sir John Forrest. |H-* was referring to the cost of up-lto-clate- rifles to the clubs. Sir John Forrest laughed', 'but Mr. Wilkinson! was. very much in ear- J nest. ' ' Give the rifle clubs some i practical help,' was his cry. General Hutton, lie said, had spoken very nicely of the rifle clubs, but smo...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Police Court Doings. LANDSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

Police I Court Doings. LANDSJBOROUGH. Last Saturday week James Mac donnell appeared before Mr. E. Eglington, ;P.M., at the Lands borough Police Court on a charge of having obtained the sum of £2 from Henry Dyer by means ot a valueless cheaue. First-clas.4 Constable Beech'.;r prosecuted, and in giving evidence stated that he received custody ot accusedfrom Acting-sergeant Gunn on the previous day, at the Lands borough railway station, together with warrant of remand, first de positions, aiid exhibits A and b, which he produced. Henry Djjer, proprietor of the Mellum Club Hotel at Landsbor ough, depostd that he knew de fendant, who came to the hotel on the 31st August, about 6 p.m., and said to him,; ' Have you got any work for a bollock team ? I have a team of 22 bullocks about a mile and a half fibm here ; I have been working at riopetoun, where we all went out oni strike, but the others went to work without getting what they struck for' ; witness arranged with defendant to haul timb...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Caboolture Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

Caboolture Police Court. At the jibove Court on Monday, before Messrs. James Hobson and Alfred Johnson, JJ.P., Joseph Mah ley was charged with the wilful de struction [of a. rifle, valued at 25s., and with (stealing a'tent, valued at 20s., the j property of his brother, Frank Manley. By consent of the Bench, both charges were with drawn, op the application of the complainant, Frank Manley. : Before £he same Bench, William, Kennedy j pleaded guilty to using obscene language, and was fined £\, the i alternative 'being seven davs' imprisonment. The fine was paid... ] j - ?'

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Should [?] Paid the Same [?] Men for the Same York? [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

finld Yljuhflbe Paid the ! II 'H- ? Same W; was Men for I'lheSaile Sk? (Bv W.\ JHhexx) Wo tbi^j q^Rtion every Plan willljrt :pjBj Yes.' feuthowjlif ^^Bo be done? ||very co|i itjBof the world |nen are pjid^KS than men. |$tralian\j c mBn this matter I st therelj 'ijeijB an example I he whold vfoiB^ They must |l not oils)] iH themselves, i for all cltel^tmen of the i rid. It ? II K the begin | g of a n 4 -? . j But how |i} Bo be done i j an be do u %K easily. The I leralPai ii a^fewillshorth^ s into la ,' a ?pcilation and [I Ditration j 1 1 W When that L become , a^^Rf pressure is ught to Y ai^Kl the Arbi :ion Com L-{, W^ can decide, tvery cas - w^pi is brought i ?re them th™|vomen shall : »ive the gp.i«|payiiient as 1 1 for thei siiii^B'ork. ^his is tWfRstep. The 1 istion wi| I t^R arise, Can I imanufad uri^Kpay the in ksed wag \ wL will at first 1 Ice their aO({B; cos^ more, (they wi: ^^Bto charge a ™ ,htly hi#fer«-ice to the I llic- l'l Blin& their ^ Ids the^ I ^K have to I ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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OUR ESSAY. CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

o\iii\E.ssiw. CHARACTER. (IljV SECVNDUS.) ?' When. Horace Greeley was dying lie exclaimed, ' Fame is a vapour, popularity a;-i accident ; riches take wings : tho^e who che-er to-day will curse to-morrow : only one thing endure-s — character V These weighty wofds should help us 'to remember that the greatest and tnost important duty of our life is the making of manhood. There is nothing more deserving of notice in a man than his character. It is the mark of his moral life; his standing among his fellow-men ; his actual weight in the scales of society ; his real marketable value in the community; and his pass pprt'into business and society. AH else about a man is so much foreign matter, so that when you take and pare the accidentals and throw aside the trappings, youfindnothing else reniainingl One of the most promising sidjns of the times is that when an individual is under dis cussion his character as well as his pedigree is inquired about. ' Char acter,' says Thayer, 'must not be c...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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OUR STORY COLUMN. The Little Mountain Maid (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

oue sroM coluhI fhe Litile Mountain Maidl] BY JAMES WILKINSON. (Continued.) i As by a c( Simon impulse we reine i in our hones, and sat spell-bounj and silent s t the beauty ot the scent} I have seen garden fetes before, anj I have seer them since. I have seej thousands Bock to see artificial \\ V luminations, but I question if th \ art of man ever designed a seen j equal in so emn and glorious beautj \ to that wh ch Nature had spread sj [.'-; jlavishly ov erthat mountain solitude ^ yrbich it tpi is ourprivilege to behokj |i: And what nade it still more impreijj j;| sive was tl: e awful silence. Therj |!| was no clinging and banging cs ]j| brass ba s, no cries of show; j; aien or vendors of Vanities : no roa| \.\ Of a human multitude ; but silence- s { silence deep, profound; immense- fi Silence sue 1 as one can imagine pei \ \ yades tht stellar space — reigue 1; ground. !i j ' Truiy,' ' I said, finding speech a| | last, 'we are in an enchanted land | That baby- woman , sleeping wit...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

IPSWICH. i : I Farmers' I*rices : , ? i Maize ;pri;ne only; per bushel «» od flutter 'farmers'; per Ib 5d to id factory! per lb .. i^t . Cream, per lb- . . . . - .5(j -*? Kkks. per do/. . . . . ,^j Honey, per 1!- . . jgj Keeswax. per lb .. .. 7dto§d ?Lucerne Cha.T (prime) per tpin 20s to s» Mixed Chaff, per ton .. : 20s to ^» Lucerne Hay .. .. . . . Nommal Rofjsters. per pair .. .. ^^j Hens, per pair . . ; . . 2s & Gee&e, ,. , „ . . : 4»'6d Ducks, Enxlish. per piiu; '.'. ^pd Ducks. Muscovy, ,, ,. ! . . * *Z Turkeys, hens. ' „ !' fL ???-»» Turkeys, gobblers,, „ i .' ^ ^» Pigeons, per pair . . ; . Tj ReUil Prices : ? p Sujjar, best white .. 13* gd ;per bag sjet c , , - ca»:'«. Ii4s 3d boofed Second white .. i2$6di per 701b bk» Flour - : f l ^ Ipswich Snowcloud . . 27* 6d '? ' lO Seafoani . 26s net cash, 27s boofcieU *; Wf Dominion 25s6d net cash. 26s 6dbooJ?is4 *? V. hite Rose . . a6» net cash, 27* booWed Qneen of PatenU 29s net cash, 30«s^l booked i Dumeld's .. 3osoil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

Transmission by Deatjij| REAL PROPERTY ACTS OlJ i» j !|i j and iS77- jj; ?KTOYICE is hereby pven, that apple ii»; 1 ^ tion has |been nude for the Repw -{if Ltion of Transmission of Title to the La|-5J fccreitsaner nientionetl. ParticularsS jij: such Application are pven 'flow. »'«! f jsi person desiring to oppose must do s-| Ijv lodging a Caveat, on or Iwfore the e;ji specified, at the Office of the Registrar {if Titles, in Bris -ane. ;) Xattie of Deceased Proiirietor.— Yi : \k i,iAM Pkrre:«% junior, late of Dunvv jij; hut formerly p{ Kambour, fanner. i *? Date of Dealth.— March 28, 1903. ; ?; Names of Claimant*.— Arthur Hoi 1$ of Brisbane,! solicitor, and Geoi jbj Hbnry Thomas Jones, of XaniWijrjj divisional board clerk. ? is Description; and Situation of Lam ;-h One nndivideil third share in portion (gjj county of Guinsng. parish of Mooloo )& Estate clainjiedto be Transmitted. — ] fclj simple. ; jij Particulars pf Will or Otherwise.— ^ i\ft dated 29th Attgust, 1900. ' 1 ::...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

lljatftbour Refreshment Rooms I |SkMEs ETatoisoE', | jnuk PASTRYCOOK, A!!lj CONFECTIONER, | jipvESIRES lo/xiiiimate to.Uiej | In—/ general PubHf that fjejms j s |s-ici{red lho:;e cc'.ij.ralh'-.sftiratvti : i| (^?jircjnises known as i^. Higginson's J| *' Stores, and is now! prepared to M paj.«-Iy ... i g ;' '. j REFRESHMliKTS AT ALL KQUf.S. Jj JHOT TEA, COFFEE, and COCOA gj ' ! : : ' j always reajdy. fi 1 , I CAKES A SPECIALITY. | | j Picnic Parties Catered for. 3 |Spayous Committee iRoosn Avail- h :'? able for Meetings. ! £ j.l_4_— — ? ' ? $ |HAMBOUR . SAWMILL jj |;ji| ft E. LOWE . \ j;!(kqLE PROPRIETOR) j V\ESIRES to intimate to the general £ IJ I public that he has 'taken over from £ Httihell Bros; the Kaiiibour Sawmill, and I fi , tiopes to merit, by strict attention to 1, loisipess and punctuality- in despatch of & »llejrdere, a share of public patronage. 8 .- i'A^l classes of. Timber— - Rough and Jj, /' l)ressed Hardwood, Pine. Cedar, &c— j& ~' supplied ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Tenders Accepted. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

Tenders Accepted. . The tender of Mr. Thomas Hirons of ^,44 has been ac cepted by the Government for the erectioia' of a pla\-shed at] the Cabooliiire State School/ .

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Canning [?] M.U.I.O.O.F. O[?]GHT. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

fanning IM^W.U.I.O.O.P, Os 1 sBght. !? In accojc u^Mvith the usual i bstoin i \ ei^puarter, of the ioyal Roi ? o!^Bnuiug Lodge, ' 'o. 56, !M 1 ^iRO.F., anopeu ;i ight, or-i n^Rher words a ! bcial evel i i£^Kas held in the ' Temperai] : : ^B, Caboolture, j- |u blonds j -^Bi'ig- There ! as preset : ijKjbodly rmniber ?- ff membe; i- . Br . wives aud ; Kveethearj i , ;B^' altogether a -ery pie? s m^Beveuiug was J bent. I '; iit^E' fomied the 1 lief ad i sdjHit,, Mr. J. 1 [aworth 1 1 iti^Kg the part of 1 [,C, u-hj ; t JBsic \vas sup ] lied b}* 1^ [ sj^kJ ? Houseman, (j . Hermt i ^Kordeon), and 1..- M'Phli ;o^fc)iano). One .(. r two rj l lo^m games were j layedan^ ht^Bighly enjoyed, \ hilst sou 1 ^^B given during Uie eveupt g^m, Messrs. J. t [ousemaii , _H|rIaworth, C. J fe^aiar., ;| : . '^Bvvitt, and R. (j haddock; BE i . ? ' ;i IBf :

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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NAMBOUR A[?] CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

X.4*£6OT-R AMJ«5 ^H ?: CLASS. Th I Uir projx-sal; 4- ^^B j ambulance class ill pvmibour ti.'ja ^^B endetl itself favorjiblHj; to the g«!ji: ^BX -lic w.is evi denciJil :-_v the enc.i'jrs S^H! tendance at ?the ii'ijtiiti ineetinjr. ^*h ^^m * held ut the Roystn Hotel on Tuejd jJP^Bit. Mr. S. Jlitcjpli; y.-ho occnj it ^BB chair, was nppo&ttwliseereUtr:}1;!! B^K md Messrs. V. StJtW, Hough.' jtfoi P^fl d Nicholl.% were pleijteil a workji 1; B^HIitter. Over 20 najtieis Were enrol|p! B^BSilits number wiU'ho (loubt be latj^e] 'MBJIasol. The first :laiu meeting \ ^BM| held next Tues« a\r evening inj\V B^Bj|'d's Hall.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

'The house feels misl^able 4ithottt it,'— 4nd the old* man if eat straight away and or dered tbe Chroniclk. A FEW /o QUESTIONS. / C, Do you want to sell your business ? Do you waht to buy £ busi ness ? ! Do you waist a partner ? Do you waut capital ? Do you want an employee ? Do you want to make your socials, concerts, races, &c, a success ? i Then; Advertise i» the ' Chronicle.' 24 words, is. ; } or 3 insertions - Cash. for 2s. 6d. i J Notice. /(^ v j . . _; ? t d ! If any subscriber does not receive bis I paper, let him write to thi» officsrdij xt \ when the error ?will be adjusted. ! \ All communications to be mddresseq to ' L. W. Wilkinson, Xambonr.' We do not undertake to return manu script*, whether accepted or not. bat yill do so if the writer expresses *. wish, -to that effect and encloses sufficient stamps to cover postage. Correspondence free.y invited. Utsaust secrecy observed. No notice will be taken of discontinua tion of the Chkoxicle. unless at the *»d of the ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

TO CORRESP ^B NTS. \Vt hsiye agnin rtjj ic ^^B to hold over a bu- ^:-'f r.e^vs. Ut' ^^B strict news. &c, ; w?ij;j ti- the W. Tl^H t tvhich they aren- ei-;C-J.butwou; ii'^^H mpressupon cone -ondents the f tt^^B lieearlier we get tj ? copy the pVif^^B t clianee of inset on. : : J |^^B

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

Wanted to Buy, REGULAR SUPPUES OF Highest Ivices Given. ;^^^ M. Godwiii, :3k RED HILL Mf RKET3, ;Y -

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Cricket Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

flricket 'HgBBiing. A| Kieeting b 9Hre i°ter estef ;in tKe fci^Bfou of a secoj d: cricl; *: I^E|n Nam boii3r|\i?as held 3 nij^Btterford's Hal oh Friday y^Hji^t. Mr. G. Preston, i ia^Bbresided, ther : fbeing si lj^^gfteen or sixt kii person ; |^B|ent. It was j decided to|^BI a club, the : lifiune cn(-$t^B?ing the Waritah C.Cj |^H the sub scrip Lijijn was il^K t 2s. 6d. The election »i ^B :ers re sult^?!? as folk \v ;^B iptain, J. Cro^i ley ; v c- j^K ain, G. Sau^ dtvs ; sec [c :^E D. Web ster i treasurei \ J^Kiir\r- I

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Mr. M[?] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

i :;i Mr. m ? A|;aiu come5ij4^R|the time for ?yir, M'Fie to I^Hkambour aud |\\^oombye \ .11 j^Mf of his regfiilsj- visits, J^BIiates of which f appear 1 ^Bther col unuj; ^ Those v.ij^BirFer with theih teeth wo 1 ^Bl well to seek; hj?s advice ^?itentimes pair^ a|ul futur* 1 ^Hfc can be save: ::L ?.::. ' ? ife^BLn to the

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

'-1IK S/^ mrRS- ? rfkoRESSER; / H3AGC0^, Ct'Hip.|[E-S'n !? ^K&MBOUR. j Al'.j. jh|Ai.SKS I JSci:-/s Ci«ar\ j :.q--|4re'-tcs- ;' 'S^B Xeneral hair- i ! iBiedera iflltions. | f|OBABL. |«)IDATES. j . %'iiirj elector, o i.J^BB«-i!l, before the eml if :th«v^wia ^B^BB''Wr. it is ex- j pvcte;|-!-J^: calk g M^Bj' ««?«*« tceir ! privitfajl of the.ij 5J^^BHlII-Ja'''ea'ly the ; fo!3c-il]it[* ,-trejin -'S^H|S P'obable can- | : ^iiti-r\il \^;'1^H Senator J. C. I ; Ste-ijrr i\;j an '.4-5?BK^f- Tiirley 'L.) j ;. T. Oijf ras «:. aiij* l-^BH'Mk'.I.) ' ; j i I |jk(»t-5WOFik«^BJ.VTATIVES. I (*c:=b:r R- Kj*;|^Ki:'J. Pringle i u. . ;H ; -ft s^BM ; -UMm\ : J. fvf^BJ.n 'I. J \V. T.1 : Dscur; n- '.* C^Bfl ' \Vise;.'-ay: A. |i9^H J: O Stupart. : Ke-iW.v : C. I SiiSB j ; R. J. Siivera i Mitlaaoa: j. i iLIilBB i ' HdH-rt: r; ll^Bnl, f; Cotonel ! Tua£f-i-;!'i:-. ' i3 l^BJ C*jlrite«roia: :|..-]^BJrrM-:i. } ; G. K. ; r— I'll!

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