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Commercial. BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

-5ommereial.l RRISRAXB. Messrs. J. Jackson and Co.. Ltd., Bris bane, report the following sales of faitta and dairy produce nt their Romn-strtjet marlce ton Wednesday : — : Maize— . Prime, 2snd to -w tier bushel. i Wheat ' * i Millinj:. from 4s 3d to 4s Sd per bushel Potatoes — ? I New locals, from 3s «t to 3* 6«l per cwt.. market stilt tower. ? Chaff— ; Oaten, local, from 2s 6d to 3s 6d tier cwt. ! wheaten straw, 3s ' Lucerne, prime. t:i o-l to ss.jd i mixed, prime, is (kI to 2* 6d Hay— ? : lucerne, prime, oc* to is -A \ Butter- J i Prime. 7-Jfl to Sid per Ib. ! second quality,' 6 }-.l to ~d Cheese. 5vl to'sjd per lb Bacon. 6d to 7}d per lb Hams. 7d to Sjd per lb. iv, ~ Honey. i\d toi{d per lb Kkks. Sd to Sid per dozen ! Poultry — ' j Fowls, 3s .fd to 4s 4-t per pair' ' ducks. 4s 6d to 5s gil geese, 6s 4d to 6s Sd ; turkey, hens, 6s i id to 7s iwl ' I turkey ,i;obblers. r.(s 6rl to 16s M I I'niit — ! Oranxes. 5s 9-1 to 6s 1 id .per case : apples. Ss 6d to tas 6d ? ? ! mandarins, 5s...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Woodford. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

Woodfprd. ; Snmmer is now getting in, and j the da]^s are occasiohally ver^ sultry indeed. The last fewtbnndefstckms have passed off wita less rain than in the earlier part of the *eason,; although there is no reason to c om plain of the \i-ant of moisbare as; ! the weather is simply perft }f|; Those settlors who have ;ici ub tail ];§!; are anxious for a few w- eks' |; j||H weather in order to ensure a; g| j$l burning off. i ; j^ll ;v Mr. J. Houseman, ju.i.. jij|{j: ^?fccentlN' entered the niatvnnoijtlpf ! ranks with Miss IHorrie Ijaberl^flftl second daughter of that we! l-kn-k £j& Und popular resident of Mo mt ^.5} ;.f^|: Mr. Jonathan Lithcrlan- . ^Wl 'happy couple were united by |ljj%: Rev. C. C, Trueuwn. of Caj -oolt^iM;[ .'. in the presence of mutual i :iendjjU|!{. both families. ij] Ij Mr. S. P. Evans, of I)urij»dunj|||H; suffering from a bad attack1 of hij(jj*i *?' cliitis, inducted by a wetti \g. ijt|i^| ' present he is away at Ipswi h ui^S|lfi treatment:, but I am gl...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

IPSWICli. ^; ? 'Farmers' Prices : . |- Maize (prime only) per bushul as jtl' ? Butter 'farmers') per 3b ,;d to f^t ., (factory) per IJ- .. -wi -- Cream, per lb .} .. 3|rf J^ Honey, per lb .. Nominal Beeswax per lb .; .. 7dfo.U I','cer.'^.Chilft 'Pri''e) P«-F 'on Nominhr Mixed Chaff, per ton . j 20* to it» Lucerne Hay . .. jromfn^l Roosters, per pair . ...- «fijt ? Hens, per pair . .. »j£.! (it:e--tr ? ./ . 4»fcl Ducks, Kng.ish. per -air .'. dzikl Oucks, Muscovy, , ? -- Turkeys, hens ? |2 Turkeys, gobblers ? ' ^ ^-r Pigeons, per pair . .. «j Retail Prices :? Su^ar. !-est white . . 13s otl per hag »et ,-,.-, cxli1' X4* od booked Second white ?? .. mod per7olb bL $*? Hoar- 1 ^Y- Ipswich Snowclotul . 27* W i JN5' Seafosun . . 24* 6d j et cash, 35s M '- book;d ; i^gs r)om»n-fm 24s cd set ca h, 259 o«11)ook«I ^' U hue P.ose .. 263 net jash, 27*1 book** Queen of Patents 37» ; et cash, 3&t pd b-ioJ(,ed 1 Outfield'* .,. 2-S»ui'lnetcaslv29»i6d bookjed P.ran —70. per bushel, net-cash. ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Woombye. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

Woombye. A meeting of cricketers was htjlcl 1 , on Wednesday week last, for ihe j purpose of electing officers for tihe ', ensuing season. The following wtf re ' chosen: — Fresident, Mr. F. Scliu- ; bert. vice-presidents, Messrs. |J. 1 Tytherleigh, B. Bartholomew, J. IT. : '^ Lowe, B. Fewtrell, R. J.' Aylwajrd, : and F. H. Woodho.use. Messrs] J. ; White and W. Adams were elected i secretary and treasurer respectively, ? and Mr. Wilson, captain ofthe club. It was decided to affiliate with ?he 1 Moreton Cricket Association, j ? A boxing club has been instituted ii the Criterion Hall, where prac tising the noble art is enthusiastic ally carried on, and it is pleasing to note the constant goocj feel|ng and equanimity which prevails, notwithstanding the occasional 1 temporary disfigurement of onet or ^ other of the facial iprgans. j * At the last meeting of the Jjla roochy Agricultural Society, tyvo \ delegates were appointed to- attend the proposed meeting of represen tatives of fruitgr...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Buderum Sale of Work. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

Bndernm Sale of Work. A sale of work was held in | the Buderum School of Arts j on Saturday, from 4 p.m. until j 10 p.mi (writes a correspon dent). The attendance was poor, owing to the unfavour able weather coudfodrjs which prevailed, showers falling dur ing the greater r'part of the afternoon, making the roads very muddy. There was a fine assortment of goods tastefully laid out on tab-'es and along the walls of- the building, and a refreshment table looked very tempting with flowers, cakes, strawberries, &c. The follow ing persons deserve credit for their labours, though the}' were not rewarded as we should have liked : — Mesdames J. K. Bur nett and J. Caton, Misses J. Guy, A. Rowland, and P. Wise (secretary and treasurer), and Mr. E. W. Burnett. About 50 persons were present, and the proceeds amounted to ^3 ios.. At the request of a few per sons, it was re-opened on Txiesday afternoon, with extra help from Misses E. J. Bur nett and Misses D. and L. \\ estaway. The evening...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Concert, Ball [?] Supper WOOMBYE [?]STERS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

3oik \ft, Baf IjHl Slipper [?] Th ; eleventti{|^Bversary of ' -oiirtl\Voomb*pj||jH. 8102. of the Aftcient CJraj^Bf Forres 1 ers,' -fas celet|r|^H-Ti Friday j Ipst a |Woomb|-||^fc function tjakiu; I. the foftt|iHa concert, if all,: Jnd sup:j|W The at- j ttendjt |ce was ; ^IMarge, the ! acIkk! of Atl^lMig only a ! lEttlef aiore thf4»f full, but ! t :ie p |arse attdtji^Be was ur. ( ouljt fdly due ] jfjHe inclem encyj »f the ^I^Br, and to t le if: it that j |jH rains had f illeji jjbr a few idfi^Breviously, I t ier|t y raakingi^Boads next j t- i|n|^assable5|^Bhose^de-| siroijsgof attenc|^B We We! jivejijjto under| 'flf- in this i -oni&|tion thJitg^Biy tickets! ?( -ere|{ jbld to pet.|:^K\-ing at a j - istap |e who fctl^Bt was im- ; ] ossf \e to bd Ij^Vit. The j hall !: jas hice|!^B-rated for j the I. jpcasion.:j iBie Chief; : lanjj Sr (Mr. jj ^j^BCuskopO, i pres5c -d. Th||t^Ring over- ! lure jv jis nicely! |IHd by Mrs. j I Talljv ?y, after\a ^Rch ' Miss j .-vily| Dyer nicjfl^ftub...

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Nambour Methodist Sunday-School. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES AND PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

Hanboor' Methodist Sunday School. Anniversary Services and Picnic. Services in celebration of the an niversary of the Nambour Methodist Sunday-school were held last Sun day afternoon and night, fairly large congregations assembling on both occasions. The younger scholars were accommodated with raised seats on both sides of the rostrum. one side being allotted to the little maids, and the other to the boys : and at both services special anni versary hymns wore creditably ren dered by the scholars and teachers, all of whom had been assiduously practising together for some time past. The Rev. T. Brassington officiated at the afternoon service, and gave an interesting address, confining his remarks chiefly to the little ones. He likened life to a book, in which we were continu ally writing something, and the excellence of that writing depended upon the conduct of our lives. If we were living lives pleasing in God's sight, the book was being written well ; but if our lives did not accord...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

'The house feeta'G&erable without it,' — said the oM man went straight awaj\\(na or dered the Chronicle. V .

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Woombye [?] P.O. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

1 ?0omby&iHP.O. Tt I W.P.O» held in tl e ' ibonibyep^Bl of Arts o 1 tl ijist ulj:i vlMairly well p Ltro1' «sed. ths-| t^Bgs being s; tist Hon.-. \% f^M Th jrdinaryf i-^Hkly meet ii g c I memoc'lk ^B held in tl e S Itool of !'|r^Bl the 7th ii star =. there ifei^H a fair at t« ndai ce consifeJ^H the nn s( ttled^ state ca M| weather. The teinutes ca ^H previous n eetiug! were . IdijMld with a b ief. iJainend}i|ei^H Corre sj onfij||nce was jrt^Brom Mr. E weii:^Iaddock| -^Hooloolah, ft :-rn';\Mhich it i| tj^R inferred tl at ! iii the nea^Riture an I a: xisia;h'branci|-J^B; W.P.O. w 11 5- ?! formed fH^B vicinity of Lfs dsboro\i^a^Brom Mr. Al. 3-1 IchcliffeJibfMiess man ager I U the ;| Ker,' re p int| ^ of ru|ej^Hnd a re n indi * to assjt|t' ^H cause of G ivei1 \ Turle^t, |flB Stewart f- r t p Sennit [\ IBftich this b anc ; may h\ ;«|;uded on d -ing ; from ^tr^H. Barber, ^ XJ i. stating ^I^Hie branch n ay e :pect a *?!*«? the near fi tuvt ji: . from jp|SJ Ryland, i ?X;; ?[., who fh...

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Peachester. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

Pcachester. A most enjoyable and pleasa it picnic was tendered to the juveniles '. of this locality the week before lalst ; in Daley's paddock, the proceeds j from which are to go to augment ; the funds ot the Methodist Sand: ly I School. The meritorious work of I inaugurating the school and churc h \ services is due to Mr. Robert : Denny and his ready and wiUirjg coadjutor. Mr. W. Veritz, junr. -]Lt the picnic in question, some |o children assembled with about the same number of adults. Cakes and sweets were supplied by the par ents, and Mr. Denny, who h4d promptly secured a number of suit able Dooks for prizes, devoted tliie ' day to handicapping the young sters for foot races and other sport|s. Nine prizes were thus distributed.: Labour readers of the 'Chron- icle,' as well as all democrats of the Moreton electorate, will doubt less be glad to learn that, after sonie persuasion by local labourites, Mir. J. Denny has consented, all things being favourable, to allow himstHf to be n...

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Crowde[?] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

1 &rowd|-jSjt, 2 * ; ? v ''2'|||||||||||||H '-el*rrf ?-?-' Ca!oV-UJa|Miire Council i '? t^tiguS; jWooml.yt2:!g^B,tvilU\ an.l I I |:im|-..^!!ttters. :is£-f^H other inter-1 e |ii!!s?.mjtjtter. Inn! 'St.: |Sll apprar in ; o 'jr nijtct^'sfcne. fe i^H i

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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District News. Yandina. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

1 |sf Fidl - - \ ? — wmr CpiY )J'K OWN l|| ri^BiF'ONDFNT.S.) \ Yan£l ;H p \\ ;i;'A.K.C''i' |-^B notice that t«ic- L*ai-.dina R;;-: v^BuV) held a met; ijjj in tlu- A 'r^B;in Hotel on Sat I -fay ni^ht, ''?., ?«Bber 7th, for l ht: -!£r[io-;e of ' : r^Hig up a pro ;;rh nje for t!it;; ;^H annual race uei Ug to b-_- h-s;, j^Bioxinf,' Day, )t-- n|ber 2Ht!i.h i-^H--ry .satinfac- ? or |n.--rrani'.ii^ 1-'^Bthe result ' he I:|liberati6n:-i . |H;istin^ a-; lot 1 i-{ seven L; :'^H with pil..e no L-;I to lh-- vai.-JF'^W.'22 io-. To va sj; tin: l-Utti:*;^B'(». Graham ;a' n very Yni r^Hanation, and he crjiiimittte'l -^Hthat the rest jjf \\ sports!::rj ^^H follow suit, Jis : yj f!oi:i^ -^l '?^Bi.s.-.ist one of J r.hi| iltlest vluijsiS.'^OXorth Coast j inj between Ca^£'^He and Gym- j -it; ixd a cluL v«^^B'.as undoubt- ! :d: tht best Q*-i^Hbetween the ^b: evnientio1i6ij|^^B.ces. The 'oi njttee, wflicjafc^Hsts of Messrs. j .'. I'-N'ab /chaf*^B J. I). I-nv j se '4ary proti-fi'^B. Best areas- [ ;r- ,-?]....

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Association Doings. ASSOCIATION OF ASSOCIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

Association Doings. ASSOCIATION OF ASSOCIATIONS. A MEETING of the Delegates repre senting the various Frnitgrotrers*. Fanners', and Projrress Associations will be held in Hifjginson's Refreshment Rooms on SATURDAY. November 2Sth. at 2 p.m.. for the purpose of forming a Central Council of such Associations.

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Cricket Team. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

Cricket Team. The team to represent the Woora bye Cricket Club in their fixture with the Eumundi-Kenilwonh club to be played at Woombye to morrow will be chosen from the following players: — viz, W.Adams, J. Neil, J. Kerr, A. Kuskopf, J. Bendixen, H. Fewtrell, J. Schmidt, R. Kerr, J. T. Wilson, J. F. White, R. Campbell, and M. Kitson.

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Political Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

Political Notes. (Bv A.LAKIC THE GOTH.) The Federal elections are looming in ; \» w. and with regard to the Moreton j electorate it appears that a- Mr. George ! Harrison has been induced to oppose our - worthy member, Mr. James 'Wilkinson. : He appears to be qui*e unknown to ! public life, but the fact that that old ? political derelict, S.W.B., is running him I is quite enongh for the majority of More- 1 ton electors. From one end ot Moreton ; to ths; other, all liberal-mi ndel and pro- \ gressive persons have long noted the ) narrow, bigoted spirit that hits always pervaded the '? Moreton Mail,' and which ! truly reflects the one-sided views of its j politically purblind ex-parsonical pro- j prietor. For years he has most scur- , rilously abused and most foully mi-s- j represented (in his miserable print'; niauv \ of our best public men. His Toryism fj | oftlis rankest order, and he has bitter! v j opposed measures designed for the relief and assistance of our struggling settlers....

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Palmwoods. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

Palmwoods. On Saturday, October3ist. the monthly nieetinji of the Palmwoods Progress x*so ciation was held in the schoolroom. There %vas a gpex! attendance of members. Mr. H. Bendfacen (president) presiding. The minutes having been reid and con finned, correspondence was read and dealt with. A petition from Budenun Mountain relating to the excursion tickets was received, and '.the secretary was in structed to forward same to Mr. Camp bell, M.L.A.. together with a letter thanking him for presenting the other petitions to the Premier. This matter is now under consideration. A letter from the Mapleton Association relative to a wheel tax was received, and caused a considerable amount of discussion. The feeling of the meeting was in sympathy with the Mapleton association. b~nt it was not considered wise to hurry the matter on to the teamsters too quickly, as it would mean considerable expenseto them to get wider tyres, and therefore the matter should be brought on slowly, in order to giv...

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A Buderum Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

A Bndemm Picnic. (By Oxk of the Party). 'Twas about a fortnight ago that a picnic . to Coolam Mountain for the King's Birthday was first talked about by a few persons who were evidently old hands at the game. All was finally arranged, and on Monday morning, at 'the early hour of 4 o'clock, when the moon was shining brightly, a number of pic nickers assembled at Mr. J. K. 'Bur- nett's, where horns were blowing and cooees echoing, each one mounted on his or 'her favourite steed, and carrying baskets of dainties to appease the inner man, which were duly lodged in a buggy containing five members of the part} A start was then made for the first resting- piace, the home of Mr. F. Guy, which is situated on the banks of Eudlo Creek, and was reached safely about 5-30 a.m. To Mr. Guy we desire to tender our best thanks for the free use of his paddock wherein to turn our horses for the day. It was found then five of the number had evidently overslept themselves, but after waiting a little whil...

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S.A. Self-denial. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

/S.A. Self-denial. We are informed that the Salva tion Array's seli denial collections in Australia . for this year, which hs.ve just concluded, totalled _£:-5,ooo, or an increase ol nearly ^4,coo on last year. The.tota'l amount coll ;cted in Queensland was ;£:!,SSo an ac Ivauce of' ^700 on the eflort of the previoxis year. The Biisbane division, which includes Bundaberg, Vlaryborougli.and Gvin pie, contribt ted ^200 of the ^700 in excess of 1502, the total amount collected in the division being ;£i.,ood. 3

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The Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

The Federal Elections, The Federal Government will proba')ly recommend the Governor- General the follow ing dates in connection with the elections to the House of Represent itives : — Issue of writ, November 23 ; nomina tions, December 3 ; polling day, December 16 ; return of writ, January 2:. The Government of Queens and will be asked to fix the same dates for the elec tion of Senators. ]

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Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 November 1903

Federal Elections. The delegates representing the variots branches of the National I jberal Union -which eixist throughout the Moretou Federal electorate met at Ipswich on Saturda}- last and after soms time deliberating as to the est man to ran in opposition to the sitting mem ber, Mr. James Wilkinson, the}' chose Mr. George Harri son, who is at the present time one of th-: reporting staff of the ' Queensland Times,' a tri- weekly, published at Ips wich. It bas not been our lot to hear Mr. Harrison as a platforms] leaker, so we can say little or nc thing as regards his ability hi 1 hat capacity ; but as one who w ould be a suitable member ii lieu of the sitting member tl e electors wall have to say on ; jolling day whether they think a change is desir able or otherwise. Speaking at Ipswich on Monday night, at Mr. Deikin's meeting, Mr. Wilkinsor , in referring to the gentleman who had been an nounced as his opponent for the seat. said that there was a mutual respect between them, and...

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