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HOW TO PROTECT CANE FROM FROST. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

HOW TO PROTECT CANE FROM FROST. Many of our cane farmers in «sd around Nambour often complain, ', if the winter is a severe one, oi the ! effect that frost has on the cane ' standing in the field. Hearing that a method had been tried by Mr. - Stttolenski and Mr. C. Penes this w&ter, though the winter has hcefl very mild taken on th* whole, we interviewed them, and lound their experiments have turned out greaS successes. They informed us that they piled about any class of rubbish. : and smattered with a little fcir, and ', - ' at about 3 or 4 o'clock in themora- ; ing would rise and set a light tr- i ; them, thus smoking the field, keep- . ing the fire going until an hour or ' so after daylight. Their cane nor» stands in appearance as fresh and «* green as the eye could wish to see, r and though the cane on neighbor- ,- ing farms was not specially treated, \ the benefits are discernable. ' ' While on thisu visit we Itemed | that these gentlemen have gone in \ for extensive im...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Fatal Accident at Cooroy. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

Fatal Accident at Cooroy. , An accident occurred at Cooroy at ; 2 p.m. on Saturday last, whereby a '?. young man named James Gosley met his death. From information ' to hand, it aooears that he was attending to the waggon-brakes for the tiraber-hauler by whom he vtas engaged, and on the waggon enter ing a gully near the Cooroy railway station he went to release the brake i: in order to allow of the load being , taken up the inclne. His position then was between the waggon and an. embankment, and the front l wheels suddenly taking a screw to ? the left caused the end of the logs ? . to strike the embankment, against ! which Gosley was, consequently, ?? pinned. The driver of the team .\. called for assistance, but the un- t fortunate young fellow breathed his $ last five minutes after being struck, i Deceased, who was of a quiet and unassuming disposition, and was much respected in the district, was ?; 20 years of age, and resided with t hie mother at Pomona. The funeral ;i took place...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOCIAL AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

SOCIAL AND DANCE. A post successful social and danci took place in the Cabool ture IHall, on Friday night, July 1 31, to supplement the collections hoav being made tOAvajrds the Brisbane Hospital Aid I Association. The hall i?:as U-elTnTied, ana'preseHtecTa* very picturesque appearance. Flaj; s and banners, interspersed with palms and ferns orna men :ed the Avails, and lent a brill [ancy to the scene not easiiy forgjtten. Excellent music Avas proAdded, and all seemed ben1 on thoroughly enjoying thenselves. A light refection Avas!sei'ved about 12 o'clock, thei dancing Avas resumed un til 3 o'clock in the morning. Mai 13' persons expressed a Avish that the Hospital Social Avould be £ n annual event. Special thanks is due to the gentlemen Avhc assisted in the decorations, name]-' — Messrs. Matthews and K^rr, and to Mr. J. D. Caupbell, MX.A., who so kin lly lent Sags for the pur posi, also to Airs. Johnson and Miss Siller avIio contributed the A-ocal pai't of the pro gramme. During the ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

Household Hints. ' To Make Sizing. — First dissolve ? Haifa pound of glue in a little hot j water. Then pour on nearly a $;al lon of boiling water, stirring care fully all the time, so that it may mix well. A .little of this added to ordinary white-wash prevents the white from rubbing off on dresses. &e. Brushed while hot over a wall that is to be papered, it makes the paper stick better. i- « * A Good Furniture Polish. — Mix togethertwoounces of boiled linseed oil. three ounces of turpentine, o»ae ounce of vinegar, and a quarter of pint of methylated spirits. Rub tlie mixture well in. and polish with soft dusters, finishing off' with n soft flannel or an old silk handkerchief. * * » Hang muslin bags filled with fresh charcoal on each side of a joint of meat ; this will keep ii sweet in the hottest weather. * ♦ * While excessive crying is harm ful to a baby, the mother must not forgetthatmoderatecrying develops the lungs properly. * * # If a teaspoonful of lemon juice is add...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE ROYAL HOTEL, CABOOLTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

THE ROYAL HOTEL, Caboolture. Hr. S. T. Holbrook, the much est :emed and popular proprietor, of the above hotel, has been making ext insive alterations to his hostelry. He has put up a fine new com mopous diniug-rooni, 2Sft. x iott., a n :\v kitchen, iSft. x iSft., and has adc ed four extra bedrooms, each afl'( rding accoinniodation for two bee s, besides an extra sitting-rcom. Pn vious to these alterations Mr. Holbrook had 15 bedrooms, but, ifhi'lmg this accommodation in ;ad- quate, he was compelled to go jin for these additions. We oon jgrt tulate Mr. Holbrook most ilies rtily on his enterprise, and Avish jhii 1 every success in the future.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE RECENT DEPUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

rHE RECENT DEPUTATIONS. J Iu the opening portion o'* oar report 011 the Butleruin Tnnnvay .? Deputations. Mr. Hunter i- reported to have said 'yes' in reply to a query by Cr. Fountain. As this reply may be misconstrued, vr-; take thss opportunity of uddingr to that word '? but not at the proper time.' Practically the same reply that Mr. , Hunter made to Cr. Dalton's reaiark were intended as the repty *o Cr. Fountain. '

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW HALL FOR LANDS-BOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

: CEW HALL FOR LANDS BOROUGH. ! ik is, we beHeve, Mr. H. Dyer's jint ;ution to ere^t at an early date, ?a p lblic hall clo^e to his hotel at :La: idsborough. it is really a neces !sit\ in that townslj-ip, and Avill, Ave jfee assured, be welcomed by t'aose ires ding in that neighbourhood. 1 ? j ? — 1 1 he roar of thP lion can be heard fan her than th^ sound of any other Hah ng creature. / Next comes th«i cry of t he hyena, and then the' hoot of |an dwI. Afler,these the panther and jthe jackal. ,.The donkej- can be her rd fifty tjraes farther than the ;hoi se, and. tUc^cat ten times as far ias h e dog. Strangejis it may ssm, jthe crj' of a hare canTJ?. heard far thejr than that of either the dog or pat ?

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DISTURBING ELEMENT OF CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

THE |)ISTURIiING ELl «NT a OF CONCERTS. IXj It h; s been our lot alb |B| to visit ai few of the concerts! IB|i in the :?Ui founding districts,' IBpne thinij vhich strikes us ven* IBibly is the want of courtesy and IBpect shovra by some young men iBards tlios« vfho are gr/ing their IBices free Fo£ the bent^fit of the IKitn tions- iij the district It is' IM/lea sure fo\ one, in stepping fo ! Bd to ensRerS to the item on t ; Bpro gramnifc, to be met with B/re marks sibout the piece whi : Be »r she is ti- sing, or about the Sarel they alt wearing. Those! S$do not lil^i the sieging. Sec. J! B% a metrioC of showing either t| mdis regard »r appreciation of th - fl :ai ist's eSi-rts^ — by remaining IB : or appl;»«*ingatth-! finish oft] IB '.ce. It is impossible to suit al IBjtes, and even if a few feel a ] fB:?g grie^'ed, they sh-nsld respeir tBpne who«« ; ervicesare given fr» IBand also th )se who may be pr -IBt in the lm t besides themselvefi Blbe practic is a v-»y bad ol B^nd tend;- % - ...

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 — 7 August 1903

FINEST Daiif 'GOOD POtfECr:J::::KnaL TOME. HffiPLUG. | 1ST /ILL PRICES. ! Thctfie instruments are not toys I 'but really flno toned musical Instruments. * OnsuRRAssEa ! Pallag'a stock- every deieriptlon of magical instrument. Ustn Post Free. Pleue iteta purtf onl&r kind of inttroment CftUlogaei Free. W.frl.PALINGJkCo.Lid. SB-M SUED! STREET, leittHIE. £\ ^^ |^^ (fcl) ,#

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Nambour Petty [?] Court. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

Hj mVoaf ' Petty'1' Di I I'fCoart dt this Conrt on Fri I «ast. Mr. E-Eglingtiwi. P.M.. pi A ing. and wii h him on die bench lit iB' Messrs. G.{ L. Bury and J. C. HI Ail. JJ. P.. | H;rry Wells sought to r|Hftjr from j A. {Humphries thesiitrJ |:H:ks., the. v.il le of a mare ^lledtlKo hate hm. i sold b}- him tclj.Bfcndant. y.'.t S. Robertson ajf'Bpl for pis ritiff. Humphries beijiSpfended bvj Mr. Berlin (of ilSm and Cafll). * |« \ le plainti?. who is; iMjbourer, rtsi ling at Fulimvoods; |By: evid etic to' the effect that - ISr about the :st of June, 1002, he IS. a mare biased PS- to defend; i Bfor 25s.. the bgree^nent being t! ;? Eplaintiff ivoi^jd take corn in 1 Kjof the :n:-i«ey, Humphries say «hat he couj 1 not afford to pay ir| ? [ cash : plaii tiff, ontheV/eduestS; E ening, tooi; the mare to defendli M place, andl though the latter ji S not at horn . left it there ; defe ? it used the tare en three or foi^; B isions, I but id not deliver any c ; B about j threj months after the j ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Queensland Timber Industry. ADVERSE TREATMENT BY THE RAILWAY DEPARTMENT. CRITICISM BY MR. CAMPBELL, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

Queer sland Timber- jidustry, , j. Ad\'Ej1ise Treatme::tJby the Ri xwav Depar rk: ent. Criticism by Mr. cJ.hpbell, ! - MX. A. , '. In tlie course of ] i speech on thfe want of confic e ifce mo tion 011 Tuesday evcrj Ug last in the Legislative '. \i ;j,embly. ?Mr,J, D. Campbell IM.L.A., saiq Jie couia not cc 11 mment the Leader of the ( )j j -osition on his! action iu moving the amendjment. . He be i- ? 'ed the Government were j lo i ng' the best tljat could be - 01 e, and he argjued that the be ;t lefence of the Ministry hadbe 211 uttered by Mr. Lesiua at 2 mil out, where 'he said it wa; i good thing the Labour piiih/ were not in power, as tj e would have had to do the s? 17 1 1 as the Government - had d-iii( . He depreciated the calaiiii; : ,' howl ing of Mr. Kidston,! i.id said the ra'ilwa}-s were of s. fficient value to cover the d i\ ,. He was prepared to sii! )| 1 -rt the sale of the railwa3?s, i 1 id that was no reflection i- ) )ii the Minister for Railway ; & Com niis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

»-faiMioa juid wuraa butchert.— R^trN W. MACKAY, S^fiTCHpLL STREET, NAMBOUK. | -^ Ruailics supplied by basket uclivw' iu f oTambour, Dulong, and MajVtelon. Orners t by Rial and Mail Coach specially attended . DAILY SUPPLIES OF FRESH EGGS, ? : . BUTTER, AND VEGETABLES. FOSEQOAKTERS OF BEEF AT REIICCED V ; ' RATES. Law relating to News papers. '?'? ;. {!.) Subscribers who do mot give ex press notice to the contrary ai« con : sidered tis wishing to continue Uieir I ^subscriptions. §-? (2.) If subscribers order the discor.tin.it M ance of their periodicals, the publisher I raay_ continue sending them till arrears §i*repaid. |f*~r^3.) If subscribers neglect to continue ; ; txrtake tlieir periodicals from the office to ? which they are directed they are held re ? qgonsible until they have settled their bills,- and ordered them to be discon tinued. ?s'-l&i'* ^ subscribers move to other nlnces, -.wjtljelut informing the publishers, nnd :tl«e*J&»ers are sent to their former d...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MORE NAMBOUR LAND SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

MORE XAMBOUR LAND SOLD. During the early part of tbeweek Messrs. D. H. ajid M. D. Mitchell disposed of their 314. acres of land which adjoins that land of Mr. King's recently sold to Mr. Reid, of Reid and Denha tn. The price ob tained Avas satisfactory, the pur chaser being Mr Reid again. This makes almost a square mile of country that Mi . Reid has bought within the last 1 lonth.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IS IT TO BE PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

IS IT TO BK PROTECTION. » Says the ' Bulle; in ' :— 'When Wilkin son, iM.P., moved a resolution in tte House lately in favor of a I onus on ginned cotton, his proposal was j imped on heavily by many farmers' rt presentatives. These individuals have doubtless been told that Protection doesen t benefit the farmer, and have accepte I the yarn as gospel. Some day, perhaps , they will leani better. If the Australian fanner sends to Parlia ment none but soli lly Protectionist {high tariff, not revenue tariff) representatives, there will be som : hope of Parliament giving a bonus for' he ginning of cotton, an J that should m ;an, in a few years, a thousand or so we rkers growing cotton and ten thousand 1 lore usanufaccturing it even as is done in Manchester to-day— and every one of these could support a wife and family wli o could pay the farmer for his wheat. Ai d this applies not to cotton only ; it is so with the great iron and steel industry, the ship-building business, the linen and w...

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Caboolture Shire Council. SPECIAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

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Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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RUST IN OATS [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

RUST IN OATS A disease, seemingly a new one, has broken out among the green oats in the Nambour district, and in appearance is similar to rust. It is, however, only discernable -mt oats grown on old worked ground.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

ORMNAliV MKlCTINd ATIlt the Itinclieoii mljoimimetit the (inllimry tnecliiii' (if (he council wiih held, nl: which all the (,'rs. were present c-xcc|iling Cf. Thyiine. The President (Cr. A. Johnson), aj^iiiii presided. The niinittes of the jne viutiH meeting were rend nntl con firmed. CoKK'KSt'OKnKNCK. Imoiii the Trcnsury, forwarding .staleinent of the endowment for year ending December ,(i. 1002, which shows rates :;t ^2,oov.; 16s. Od., the endowment thcrcoii being ^285 jys. 3d. ; received. I'Voni Hospital Aid Association, asking for monetary assistance in forwarding the- objects of the asso ciation. The President stated that they had already committees in the district doing l.his work, and moved that the letter be received, Cr. M'Nab seconded, und there-solution was adopted. From Kmelia H. L. Frnn/., asking that a deed be obtained, in one, for both portions no and' is in the parish of Byron, and stating that if her request was granted, she would forgo all claims for comniuisation,...

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Sudden Death. AT ILKLEY, NEAR EUDLO. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

Sudden Death. l AT ILKLEY, NEAR EUDLO. Many of our readers will learn with deep regret ot the sad and un timely end of Mrs. E. Snell, wife of Mr. John Snell, of Ilkley, near Eudlo, which sad event took olace on Tuesday morning last, at her residence. On Monday last, Mrs. Snell, with the nine children retired for the night, and nothing unusual seems to have happened to cause any uneasiness in -the home until about the breakfast hour. As has been the usual custom the elder children rose and attended to the firelighting and preparing of break fast, and whilst thus engaged the cries of the baby, only 18 months, was heard as if in distress, and in ?answer to those cries the elder boy went to the room, there to find the baby lying on the floor, it having evidently fallen out of the bed. The boy cast his glances towards his mother, who lay quite motion less, and he immediately became alarmed, as he thought she looked somewhat queer. He immediately sought the sister, and told her of his fea...

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A MT. MEE GRIEVANCE. BEFORE THE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

AMT. MKF, -1RIKVANCF(7 UlUUHIv '1'IIE SlIIKK CfM'NCtf.. At the Cnbuollure Hhire Council on Tuesday Insl, Mr. Anderson, of Mount Mee, had a little grievance to ventilate, and by iteriuission of tlie councillors wa.s (tilowcd n few niomeuts to bring the matter more prominently under their notice than it has been previously. Mr. Anderson said thai, some time ago he selected a piece of land on t!ie Mount Moe road. There were four tracks on this survey, and tlie survey took in one of them, the worst of all. As he was nbout to fence in the ground, and not want ing to see the council ' let' in, he wrote to them, to which letter he received n reply from Mr. J. I lob son, the clerk of the Mi ire. Some lime after that hv. received a letter from the Department of Lands ask ing him to stop fet'ciug in the road which was his own land. He wrote in reply stating that he had let the contract, and therefore could not do as requested, and in reply received notice that he must stop. H-: then wrote tha...

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 7 August 1903

The Rainfall. The rainfall recorded at the Nombour station, up ta 9 a.m. thin morning, totals 1-90 inch. The greatest fall for the 34 boars i.'o8 inch wju recorded at 9 a.m. yesterday.

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