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TO [?]OR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

: Tu t lilsK'xK. 1 Hp^i— {-.\ goj! rlp^B}' uas formed lastj fji-|nth by i'»^Boochy Shire Coarfil -,t Fi: -tV^Bnver a creek ^haf ;-|- jrunuitu l^^B|bu road bu t\vdt-J:'j ?\It:ssr.--. 'K-^B1 and I-un- dari'^itnrius. S^Btv that the sai-l;|'jrap shrill 9-^E-0 c^c- ^'or a ' brid^bj as it S^Krons to t-le . viiRtji-ifcrs. It s 'iBa very good idea jtiht conn !E^H|-.-;:Id irnpre.--s upoi:i|t!'.cir mi; -I^BBnportancti of thi.j liifiTi !i:.r.liu S9BX ;i.s soon as pf-.~4;i;|)le '??cforc |. ^BMidc-ut should hap-4-:{.--Vmi ;. ^B ' Dan. ;':':- !' ' 3BB

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Q.T.C. Races. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

Q.T.C. Races. The September M--etmg of the Queensland Tt:rf Club was held at Ivr gle Farm on Saturday last, the va rious events resulting as follwv : Trial Handicap, 6 furlongs.— -Sir Pr trick, 1 ; Midas, 2; St. Quentin, j,. Fifteen other.-, .started. Time imiu. 20SCC Dividend, £S 4st Flying Handicap. 6 Inrlongs. — BUx, 1 ; The Squire, 2; Fraticesca, 3 SU others started; Time, i.roin 19 sec. Dividend, £i.\ iyt.- ' J| jSepteraber Handi-sip, :J mile. — f'lnboinbi,. 1; Garvin,2; Venturess, 5. Five others- started.- Time, 2;Jiin. rssec. Dividend, £$ ig&.i [Pace Welter Handicap, 7 fur lor.gs. — Lord Moamouth, x ? Glies tt-rheld.. 2; Plockton, 3.- * ?fine ? others started. Time* iznin. 32$ jec. Di.v;clend/.^3.2S.- - [ , .-. . Novice . . Handicap, \ r raile.-r-St. - Quetjtin, 1; Countess,- gj Ktz James, 3. Eight- others Started. Tim*, imin. .^sec. iDi,vidend% £1 7s- \ '? Nudgee Plate, 1 rnilq.— ^Garvin, 1 ; The S-itiirt% 2 ; AuSmrn.,^. Foarjt?' other* started. Tim*, imin.44lsecr t ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. Peachester. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

DISTRICT NEWS. (By Ocit Owx CorbLbspondexts.) Peachester. Congratulations o;i the advent of ' what we might terni ' C-ur local Paper.' After receiving a copy -ofc it, and noticing the :r;ee discussion^lhM being carried on through itscolusjtrjs, it made one feel like joining iir the 'battle Rnd i the fray:' and since the Buderum tramway squabble is finally 'settled without bloodshed,' perhaps you may be able to fiwl a conjer for something from another end of yotir constitueijtcy, genefti'lyv . known as Peachester.ibut compris ing practically the ijvhole of the upper end of the far-fi«ned Stanley River, including a good. portjiori of the Durundur reporciiased estate, ^t Since the throwing open of tliis W (Durundur) estate, th» district has been given an impetu^ principally ^. through the introduction of new C blood — farmers with families, who intend trying to get a living off the land. Hitherto the ttthber trtfde has held a'most full sway, ji fact notice able on examining the terminu...

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

GRAND BAZAAR (inaidofthe 3Iethodist Parsonage Fund';, TO BE HELD IX TKF. Courit-House, Namb -ur . ;0ynd\v lent for the oorasifjn ; Wedndfl^YScfober jth, rVPENll.'G CEKEilOKVAT 2-3o1r.m. Doors opea at 2 p.m. ; Money to be refundeil when a Puij ba=e is made. For list of Stalls, Goods, Amuses 4-nti, &c. see printed Handbt'Js. f

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Assault on a Publican. YOUNG MAN FINED £1 AND COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

Assault on a Public m. Young Max Fixed £1 .! xd Costs. ' , In the City Summons |*ourt on September ax, Ijefore Messrs. R. A. Ranking a^id O. I Arnistrong,.PP.M., and Messrs. G. T. Sweetxnan and A. Cahill, JJ.P., George William Price, licensee of the Hamilton Hotel, j proceeded against Herbert Harris.ayoungman, forassault. Mr. J. F. Bergin (Messrs. Bergin and Cahill) prosecuted. The evidence of George Price (complainant), Louisa Price (wife of complainant), andi Pat rick Diver (labourer) went to show that between 9 and ic p.m. on September 11, defer dant presented himself in a drul iken condition at the bar of the j lotel and asked for a drink. |Mr. Price led defendant awa}| but in about half an hour's tin; e he returned, and again dema ided a drink, saying that hi had j money and could pay f( r it. ! Mrs.. Price then led defer iaut j away from the hotel tov ards j the street, but wresting hit iself j fee from her defendant ni ;hed j back and struck complaii ant. i Defendant, who des...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mission Service. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

Mission Servicf} On Wednesday evening] Sept. 23 in thu Methodist Cljurch, Nambour, to a fair audSence, the Rev. W. A. Burns, mission ary from Fiji, gave a vefry in teresnngjmd instructive a- Idress on the character and con dition of Fijian life. In a mssterly way the old and new ph; ses of life were dealt with, and vhilst affording matter for a nuse ment, no one could but fe :1 that despite thedifficuiiies coi front ing the missionary from lie be ginning he has been am ly re warded in the great -j lange wrought amongst the ! avage tribes within the last fifty v'ears. ; To-day any man may feel quite I as safe in living in Fiji!' as in j Australia ! Why ? Because ! tlie life of the savage haH been j changed int^ the life of a^ Christian — a life of simp] e trust j in Jesus Christ. With I ut few j exception:, *'he whole of Fiji is under the sway of tlte ( Jospel of Christ ?.nd abound: ug in j Christian .civilization. The I story was good, and illu trated j in a way that made 1 both ple...

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

Tp i J |S' or. ; i i p.— Yo-fer ) »B irticle under the heading ' 4^K: - One Value' istj fideruly. ;.n 's J^B ;S a defence ;of{ ;th'e actij c|9 the Barton ?Go -ertimeijt lj^B diating the ;Fei -iral j-Ie- oS^B iivisions a5 !offi:jally ide i#S! bv the pftjjiiprs apj[-(-i £»^K this work. Soijtilir as thje o iw^B- ;es are con' cerrilid. we pf | »S^K: nd need take Htt||:heed. pu§ vl9. i eveir right to fjftsl Indiana ; t l^H1 Federal ac tioii|n: rega-nl I --i[^B' own State — Feij&iail eletjtai* ls^B{ -ns — so farat lcaStf' as thp ( 'V^B before the pu»uc sho^js. ^s^K 'etty certain thaliwith &. rB^B trtion of the elegifor^ Sif U, V^H barton is now irrKJrievably d cS^Bii on account of sic want of --'aPaiity between ^orK- of his. pi MM||erances and hisffiiSicinl actij n«JB'lle latest in Stalee of thps \i iS^Baantllelism in ipr^jtipt anjl ]| r-.9i^BB| i^. found by jco^tjiaiing- his' 3*jH*in 'he now jiibtc^-iotus ''hi (#^B lease — where six l|ritish sub^ tS^Bie preveuted fro: ij?...

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

l^; (Cc»t-ri sixpence. -je I free! I- ii ! :!«^» espondence on an ??(? jaiittvrj of^n»^H:ce to the com mi ijiitv. lini in |°V^B -ce '1° we V°'fl onj.^flve:i r»spcfis:i!^B r the opinions i ex; frsscd in tli 1 'li^H ? In all cases j tht ?iWriter's'iia! ! !r li^B Ulres* mast be j afS ciril to thv in; : '''K^B- not necessarilly ] for ?^tuM:ca?i-»r. ] 'n '^M in act of sjood j ?ljj-r brief. /','? :^Bi :ith vords as r.viiji: sunbeam j ? m' they are con %ii-sed tiff i ' :;. !^H r bum.' '? :? ? i i j- ! ^^H ?. '

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

Cox::^ Event*;. Careful perusal of (itr col- \ umns will show that tlj.-re are I many items of interes'Soccur- ' ring throughout the 'istrict. i The programme of ' future j events so far as advertised is I as follows : — i September 26th : 1 enders J close with Postmast( r-Gen- j eral. j September 26, 27, ai d 28 : | Visit of Mr. M'Fie tc \ Nam- j bour. I September 28 : F rewell j concert and dance at r'\iz-\ borough. *' ! September 29 and 36 : Mr. j M'P'ie visits Woombye. j September 30 : Service of! song, 'Eva,' in the Ndmbour j Methodist Church. * i October 2 to 5 : Ytsit of j ladies connected with the! dressmaking and mi|linery department of Mr. JMuir's establishment. } ! October 3 : W. P. O: social j at Woombye. I j October 7 : Bazaar inj Court I House, Nambour. I ! October 9th : Concept and social in Nambour. ]

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

Salvation Army. On Wednesday nightjsspecial meetings were held in fonnec tion with the Namboui| corps i of the Salvation Arm v, io mark I the visit of the divisionaio nicer, Major Sharpe. Soldie|s were present from Buderum IMoun tain, Yandina, etc., jlid al together a capital tii ie was spent, the barracks ben r filled I comfortably. A unique eature in connection with the 1 eeting ! was the selling of tea an ?. coffee | at 3d. per cup, and bags t.f cakes j at 3d., a ready sale being;ahvays j found in each instance. .' !

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

-4-4- , M = Service'* ^H mg. A tjeat is ft! ^K e for all lovt^ si of musi|c ^H he Nam bou: ||Methodi:|t ^H urch on We- nttfday nil 1 ^H jxt, when the ; '? -Iapleton. H ^H :h Choir willi g|ve a senlii ^H song en titldd irEva.' I f ' ^B harge for ? adnjjs.4ion is bejn ^K ide, but a ! coll^ctjion will|li- mm n up at | the |)oir, the p^b ^B of which I are roi-j devoted] ^K eir organ funi.i ;; jm \

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Politics. Melbourne. Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

Federal Politic;. (By Telegraph.); Melbourne. ThnrsdaviXight. Sir S. W. Griffith has been ;fcpointed Chief Justice of the Commonvcfcf th High Court, with Hon5. Bartoa and fji'Connor as Puisne Judges. Hon. E. B irton re sign^edhis position of Prime Minie Ler.andjj ?ucceeded by Hon. A. Deakin, vri-.h Sir W.- Lynn, Hon. J. Forrest. Sir P. Fr»h in same portfolios as jireviously Hon^ J. G. Drake takes Attomey-Gen ral. and Mr. Chapman. Minister for i pefence; while the vice-Presidentship of! he Exe cutive Council goes to Mr. ?lai*ord. The House adjourned till Tuesday 'ifext. Sir S. W. Griffith's appointment is I cot uni versally popular. I i

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Serious Accident. Railway trucks run into tram trucks. Willie Dall injured. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 25 September 1903

Serious; Accident. Railway trucks run Into tram trucks. Willie Dal! injured. On Wednesday last at about a quarter to 5 p.m., the tramway which crosses the railway line in close proximity to the More ton Central Sugar Mill, Nam bour, was the scene of a serious accident. From vrhat particu lai*s we haye been able to gather, it appears that Messrs. D. Webster and P. Alfredson, two young men employed at the local railway station, pro ceeded to tlie mill to bring down to the; railway }rard two F waggons I heavily loaded with molasses and two box waggons likewise loaded with sugar, the freight of the four waggons be;ing put down at about 45 tons. The grade on which it : is necessary for them to come down is some thing like 1 in 30, and having once started the waggons there is little hope i of bringing them to a standstill until the level road is reached. A start was given these waggon, and then all brakes wejre 'pinned' hard down, the pprters having first looked for signs of an}- ap proac...

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 — 25 September 1903

BIRTH.       ETHERIDGE.-On December 16, at her residence, ^^ffimiulr the     wife of Geo. Etheridge, of a   daughter.    

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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M[?] Denham[?]ister for Agri[?] A[?] ZILLM[?] SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 October 1903

M'| Denluiiilmisler for A if ZILL-4aM SHOW. lit- Denhnii^^B nsmg to »pc iii. liad a jfl|H ug recep- j ioi lind exprtJ^^^H iie cordial eel b5g he ncf^^| ards Zill ue: &-, since it K^^H sre, seven- 1 eei 1 |years agcS^^B : h«: made ] lis Birst appeal'aB in public, j Th- :i|e i were i^H when the i 5ta :&, could be^i^H rvice, and j ie l(d uot bel-aMj. that held )ei t| \Tithhel|^H|-uring the -as : ifevv days rflHl had been 1 g -&it deal Ofi^Hli about a itt esncidenttjl^HPoccurrecL 3e aoticed ii^^^Brress that :he i|: was a gl^^^B aPe goose -er ~vgs- ^nei^^B naturally nqtilxe why -|^^B that made ructin a delect «H im had uo nafl^et. On ^j^^B % inquiries ie Ifjniud tha r^H be mann 'act r-ers had -^H nsiderable iur r|tity of p^^| ud did not :ee id^sposedjaHl rease their jbl Rations ^ri^^l - respect. Pei hjaps he ^'1«^B ig, as one ,vh)j/had coi^^H vly to the Jos tt|o;n, for t|^^B a step out -f t|e| beateu|i^B :. (Voice : 'Y-|i jare qu^^^B ht.' Ap )la i^el) On-|; fl :1 ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 October 1903

aUL Mpi OldlUi/^BB criptiuiiK . . . 1; )t|- iprocuraiV|il^BJ / — f § At thi^^Mce^ / fj : frouii^H ., upwaiUs. A T i|l -solicite«fj I^B ( 4;-. i| A ? , I SALE Mid Hill he§el-l in the i |^| ! \% AflMyitfH a NAMBOUR, Tuesday, OpJH jr 13th. ; :: Sale operi»;a^H m. MU X£.\L MEEtJlSM Xixht, fol cfivtd by a Cqff«|^B er. l'ro ti'h in aid -^«j^| ia!. I For i^^H O?|E : DRi\l|f^B HORSE ; ifcheap. \--l^M // ?\fahoo CreeU.^^B umundL i TOIS^DTHES^H SAA1BOUR. ?^J^saJSaB^JtM^k Lmroclc Dajjc ^ay, viith^l^i^H .«. i6h»iidiu Sire [VWieaJmeat, -i,'til^H Tennyson; Whclni^it by Mellx^^Hl Fee} 3^fc 3 ilSBI :?- ? i'1' W-RKE, . . i \i \ -'^?pamboiir.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 October 1903

SIDIEI110E ; SflUCJTflft! [ \ Comer Gcosrge-stree ! and Bunwtt's Lane, |- BRISB AjNE. j Visits Nambour whep necessary Harper's . . ' SILVER STAE' . . STARCH IS the Finest Quality Ride Starch ioj the Market. Does not stick to the ujon ; smooth ami glossy. i 1 Harper's ! 'ZOUAVE' ESS1 CfljFFEE. i Invigorating - and ikeireshifrg. Harper's . I 'EMPIRE' 1 : CJOCOk. Pure Cocoa Essence. ! 1 \ Half a TeaspooHful to the Cup. \- Palatable, Strengthening. Economical. MA ~\ l ft 'QIS IS WHAT I 680WED %r ! *' ' - Harper's - ; 'STAlj' f uiversally in Use. | I HARPERS ! « iff \ 9* - jivena. \ The Best Breakfast Food. AN IDE At SUMMER iPORRXDGE. TEAS ! I ! i 1 ?' Rnpeej' j i ' Brifan^iia' dff ? _ ? J... ;- L^.— For Quality j ' and Value, j : See that you! get -LJ 1 ? CL11 vLO OBTArNABUi AT DENTISTIJ8Y. Mr. A..J. lj['HBr /{ DENTIST. ' ' -| BYBPIE. VISITS Niiuiboiir aijd Woorabye Monthly. I J Watch for daljes. Samboor Method^ Circuit, ? i 1 RELIGIOUS SERVICE*! will be -i-ln- ductefl on SUNDAY' Next a...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 October 1903

Railway Waggon Derailed. On Saturday in the Nanir bour railwa5* yard, during shunting operations, a D.F. waggon, loaded with sugaj* cane, became derailed at tl|e crossover points from the mai'n line to the sugar mill sidinjr. The local employees of tHe Railway Department soon hsa the truck back on to the roa|, the only delay caused being rS- the train by which the trucjj: came to Nambour. f

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Coming Elections. PERSONS ENTITLED TO VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 October 1903

The ComM Elections, PERSONS ENTITLED TO i VOTE. : The chief electoral officer; for the Commonwealth (Mr. i G. Lewis) has issued a circular, which is calculated to s^jiow every adult in the community whether he or she is entitled to be enrolled and to vote at the arjnroachinp- elections. It reads : — Subject to the disqualifications hereafter set out, all persons not under 21 years of age, whether male or female, married or unmarried — (a) who have lived in Australia for six months continuously : i and (b) who are natural born or j naturalised subjects of^ the j King, and I (c) whose names are ou the division, shall be entitled to enrolment, and J to vote at the election of members of the Senate and the House olj Re presentatives. * No person who is of unsound i mind, and no person attaintet of treason, or who has been convicted or is under sentence, or subject to be sentenced for any offence pui ish able under the law of any pai : of the King's dominions by impri ;on meut for one ye...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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OUR ESSAY. TALKERS AND TALKING. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 October 1903

OUF? ESSAY. i TALKERS,1 AND TALKIXS. (Ry SecCXDL-5.! 1' V The gift of; speech J& one of. the greatest blclsings conferred on mankind, aii|d the best mode oi holding intercourse with one an other both in the social and com mercial life. We take it for granted that it was giyen for the purpose of making knowjn the thoughts of the heart, the intelligence of the mind, and to promqte the interchange of ideas. But 'ire fear that in many instances, instead of beine uut to its proper use, it is made the channel of abuse through which much evil runs and spreads, caus ing mischief jind pain, and inflict ing wrong ok friends and neigh bcittrs. Mucll of the conversation, hem-ever, begps and ends in almost nothing — perhaps with some trivial remark about] the weather, or trade, or politics, ot some passing event scarcely noticeable, and the parties engaged in the talk separate none tiie wiser tor meeting. Of course j we admit there are talkers and talkers. Some talk too much, eitherj bec...

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