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Federal Elections. The [?] Seat. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

[?] ih.B« a. r| ijhe foll-m IBist gives the j in^es of thi||! iMpral registrars udjiiumbej;! i^Rters in each I strict :— ! j SJK 'i MOKE'S*. iH-Ipswich dis ic*T (6orqj|»iry Lyons; iiridanba ! i EK), Henry 0|y-o!ns ; Ntjliffi»3o68), Luke laddey SUfMtison, Post g ffite, Albfej jfiBreton (3987), fj sdpli Jaj ijwarker, Post |%, C^j|»e; Lockyer ?j ic[9), Fret i«^»Veiske, Post I (fice, Lai4: | fHB^ley (2308), i-a|icis If; HHpost Office. |;k!;.Ros| |K(2362),J.L. is -ederich, aj la^B'g ; Fassifern $Uo), Ge^|Hhitney, Post || ^Tihe folloMH K a list of the jS Hing placaj ^»ch have been $ proved fiiaii ^tapproaching ^ ideral eleiltP mk& far as this i*t£ctisc{}ifjKd:— 8MORE-]WBH' Beenvah' iiid'erim illjIlR-'1. Cabool l| rej, Eiidkii]j|| Mpndi, Hope ?|ui Lace'jii'il ^feek, Lands | rojugh, jMylilMMph. Nambour, ISirthPindJayRvoods, Red I ff^. UJilSB Caboolture, jf ocjdford, UliBibye, Yau iftiat Moiti^ltH |l\\[lDE B 'MM Teutoberg, iJoran, Ccjjij IB Kenilworth IjitiiDii, lsl\\ |S JMapleton? |...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Crushing. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

The Crushing. The quantity of cane received for treat ment up to Wednesday night at the More ton Central Sugar Mill* totalled 12,476 tons.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Federal Elections. The Moreton Seat. Comments, Squibs, and Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

Federal \ EleeMensi The Moreton Seat, j ? 1 Comments, Squibs, andi Reports. i It is with some interest that wej learn of ^[r. George Harrison's in-i; tention to contest the -seat for More-1 ton in the Federal Parliament. Thisj gentleman is, we understand, the;! sub-editor of our contemporary, the] ' p.T.' This insect is smgein^jUjjf'''-'' wings in the flame of doubt on sfome points concerning which it seek/s en4 lightenment. The informjition; sought concerns in some smalrVwajr the people upon whose use or mijsuse of the franchise the Moreton vseat! depends. Here are the questions; wanted known : — i t. fa) The name of the association'' with which this new association^ in! ? Ipswich is affiliated ; (l-) the numvber ofnieniben; of same; (c ) the name^of the more prominent members, maJe ?', and female, in same? / 2. The names of the- now proin- \ inent members, male and fenia&»! comprising this Ipswich branch*; (There are not many we believe.) ' ?'; 3. What constitutes membersh...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

I TO STAflD THE SEASON AT WOO flBYE. | j i Jk»3ms*& Checkmate. 4; ^ Checkmate is a dark bay wi?l» blinjt} l points, three yc-irj old, and is: ill can; §fj \ Mr. W. M'MuHcn, who will tak-| ciiar£:| -3f ;any aiarjes forwarded to the iaojse. ?-: ; A Hiaitcd number of Manas ] will |1/^| tai:en at the reduced price of £'1 rach. |; \ -»ood paddocks provided with jjleut}' |;f( £ntss and water, but no res;pojisib:li^i-; .incurred. \ 'i j - Tetligree next issue. ] !;: - WILLIAM WII^SCJX, t \ Pp^pjietor. I ; : ' t ? %\

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

Coming Events. Careful perusal of our columns will show that there are many items of inter est occurring throughout the district. The programme of future events so far as ad vertised is as follows: — November 24 : Mr. Wilkinson addresses the electors at Caboolture. November 25 : Mr. Wilkinson addresses the electors at Landsborough. November 26 : Mr. Wilkinson addresses the electors at Nambour. November 27 : Mr. Wilkinson addresses the electors at Woombye. November 2S : Meeting of Association delegates at Nambour. December 1 : Registration Court. Wood ford and Caboolture. December 4 ? Social at Highworth. December 5 : Preston's auction sale. December 7 : Registration Court. Nam bour ; Crown Lands open for selec tion. December 10 : Races at Woodford. December 11 : Concert and dance at Nambour. nerfinlx-r \i ? Tenders for supplies and provisions close with the Home Secretary. December :6 : Federal Elections. December 2S : Races at Yandina anil Eumundi.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Court Doings. Woodford. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

Court Doings. Woodford. Messrs. W. Bleakley and J. Home, JJ.P., were in attendance on Tuesday afternoon, when an abor iginal named Darkey was in custody to answer for an assault upon the superintendent of the Woodford | Aboriginal settlement, upon com- j plaint the accused had been arrested i on Saturday, Xoveruber 7,;by- Ser geant Charles Bateman, ami lodged in the watchhouse. Mr. Treason ( stated that upon Saturday-forenoon \ he sent a messenger to Darken ask- I ing him to come up to ffie 'house. Some little time afterwards he saw j Darkey coming at a run fulry^armed j with spear, woomera. broadsword, j boomerang, and shield. He and Mrs. Tronson were standing 6n the verandah, and at about 80 yards Darkey stopped and fitted the fish- i ing spear into the woomera and j deliberately threw it at him. The spear fell short about 10 yards, when Mr. and Mrs. Tronson went into the house, and Darkey then turned around and shot the boomerang at some of the other blacks, and after wards went ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

To Correspondents, j READER.— One expects a -log to ycg- when beaten, ana so is it the vilue 31 the case you refer to. 4

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

To the Editor. Sir, — In reading the continuation of your report of the Maroochy Shire Coun cil, I seem to have again come under the condemnation of some memliers of that local governing body. The trouble seems to lmve been that I trot a s-.im of monev voted to do certain work which it was alleged was not required ; and it was stated by some that 30s. would have done all the necessary work. Well, Mr. Kditor, 1 would like, vith your permis sion, to correct this report, which is cer tainly not true, and one likely 'to mislead some ratepayers. Nearly five months I chanced to meet a ratepayer, who drew my attention to the; state'of the culvert on the roail near Svenseu's. He stated that owing to the culvert being graded nearly in a line with the road, it was very difficult to get off it and up the hill, more particularly in wet weather, and he requested me to try to get something done to improve this* place. I suggested raising the culvert and putting a cutting in the hill to fill up th...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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District News. Woombye. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

District - - - - Jtfews. (By Our Own Correspondents.) Woombye. The State school subscription list in aid of the Children's Hospital has already yielded over £1. At present one of the pupils of the school is a patient in the institution. A considerable amount of cane is being planted this year, besides which large quantities of pines have been planted out. Plants are very hard to obtain at present.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Crowded Out. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

Crowded Out. Buderum notes:, original jioetry, i-lecti;-»ti;§g notes, and other fnterestiiii; f,niatlijj.:£ These will appear in our next, t ~':'M

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Eumundi. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

— Eumundi. Mr. Caplick, who'~'tn'et*.with # an accident a week or two ago, is pro-'' gressiug as well as can be expected. Grass is very plentiful' in !and around the district, and is very high as there is not sufficient stock to keep it down.

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

; Death of Old Residcn^ ? 7i -y Mr. Thomas Jones died at li||4| residence, Woombye, on T .lesdzsHji night, after a \ long illness. Deiit^ii? was due to dropsy. Mr. Jon es .wri-f; was one ot the early resident softly^! i district. i ? «?';! I Death of Mr. John BeIiL| ] On Tuesday evening. Xovemhe ip. ^li[.;ffl ! ! John Bell. as,ed 61 years, and cut of tWvS ! oldest residents of the Caboolture UstrirK % passetl away to that sphere froin when$j-*|j| '. 110 traveller returns. Mr. Hell wa ?- sittin|t|}s ! on a drayload of ;hay at Dead 5Ia 's 1V'4 la ! ket, and'somehojrt- slipped and iV . to t!ii-:j| i ground, thereby linjuring the lxi«(| of Ujj^'j S skull and breakihg his back. :.i^r. l-;i;ii;2 t stead was sent for, ^nd was soon on tlii-jjf j scene, and after \i few minutes )roiigVj|:ffi i the sufferer to Caboolture, and aft ;r\vanjl4l i occoui]Kinied him to Brisbane, pi arrivi(T:w ! «t tlie Central Station, Mr. Bell; -i ho w^gj i; in Mr. Boustead's anus, ixpirei . M;iMj|i ' Uoustead att...

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Montville. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

P/lontville. A very enjoyable and interesting game of cricket was played on the Montville pitch, on King's Birthday when the married men tried their luck against the voting fellpws at the good old game, and considering the fact that very few of them had had any practice, they gave a very j 'UUU UUUUUUL Ul L«IC11I»C1VC- X lie ! game commenced about i\ o'clock ! and continued until sun do\; 11 when i the young fellows won b! r three j wickets and 65 runs. A large i crowd gathered to witness Ijfe sport, J among which were severswi ladies. ; For the winners. C. Murhi|d. W. i Jones, and J. Bendixoni'jiid the j bowling, and Myers did ificellent j work as wicket-keeper* | This j player was a surprise j; f local j people, as no one was aware that he ? could play, but the way hep uid his ' work proved that he waf^jjan old j hand at the game. For tlt| losers, ! R. Bulcock, A. D. Brown, ijgnd II. j Brake were bowlers, whilsijM. Bell j (late of Buderum) acted assjjjvicket- | keeper. The scores ...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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WOOMBYE V. EUMUNDI—KENILWOR[?] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

i WOOMBYE V. ECMUNDi-KES! LWOKif^ji The first association fixture .betweggEljjj the above clubs was played on U e scfyjjKJjji i wicket at Woombve last Satiirlaj-, aljfljji ; resulted in a ivin 'for the home team! ja|j;| ; S6 runs. Following are the scoris :— j $.jjjj Woommyk.— First Innings. ? |:j|!j ; J. T. Wilson, run out ? ? ? 'I S^ri I R. Kerr, b. Jones .. ... ??j&w' ? J. Bcndixcn, b. Jones . . . . i£-ij:j ? H. Bendixen, b. W. Pnrdon . . [ !?$:?! j A. Kuskopf, b\ Gold .. ?? \W$ ' W. Adams, c. Purdon, b. Hull . . i S0 ' J. Xeil, not out .. .. '..jfifjSfi ; R. Campbell, b. \V. Purdon .. ??!-&-&! i J. Kerr, b. Hull ? ' !;$?; | U. Kuskopf, b. Hull ... . . - ! '$$, j Iv. Wright, b. Hull . . . . . - : l\W | Sundries.. .. ... ?? ? |j|!'i i ? ' ii^i'i i Total .. ? .. . .. ifedrj : Bowling.— A. Jones, 2 for 15; A. V'Mffl -lon, none for 23; W. Purdon, p for ity*:: ' H. Gold. 1 for 10; J. Hull, 4 f»r -J ? p* ; ! ' ' ' »-?? ? Kenilworth-Ecmckdi. — First [iinin^^~ j K...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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District News. Montville. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

Dis£rie£ - - - - J^fews. (By Our Own Cokricsi-o.ndkxt.) Montville. Mr. Tyron. C.overnment entomolo gist, gave a very instructive and interest ing lecture on insects and diseases in strawl-erry and other plants to a larue gathering of those interested, in the local school last Friday evening. Mr. Tryim illustrated his lecture bv drawings on'tiie macKOoam. .Next -lay he gave some practical demonstration's on Mr. Harvev's farm. After Mr Tryon finished his lecture, Mr. A. Fisher, sitting member for the Wide Bay electorate in the Fed eral House of Representatives, gave a short address to his constituents in the school room. Mr. Tyron kept his lecture going till 9 o'clock', and as Mr. Fisher had to catch the Gladstone mail train at Woombye. his address did not occupv much time. There were numerous inter jections, but according to most of those who were present. Mr. Fisher dealt with these in a very able manner I do not think Mr. Fisher will get much support 111 this locality. Printed and ...

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Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

Rainfall. The rainfall registered a' the Nambour station for the week ending 9 a.m. vestcr

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Federal Elections. TO THE ELECTORS OF MORETON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

Federal Elections, f TO THE ELECTORS OF MCSETONJf LvntUS & GKNTI.KMK.N. -I have fffji lionour to offer myself as a rani White T'Xj'l re-election to the Parliament of the C-Bjji-j v uionwealCti. am' I solicit the sal ic Ketnijil ous measure of support as \vn,s ac:oriS:^;| we al the Isist Federal Election. Jlria At that time, except for. the CojislSjjjjJ tion Act itself, tf»e Commonweal ^ £tat|;j|ij Book was n blank ; but during* the t|i|Sj vears and seven tnonths which 1 avc: siiSii^S elapsed, a large number of li -er;:l «si!l.l democratic measures have been paivse-}jj!iii| a few of which I mav here c-nun ertte.fiiifl Departing from the order 1 -tvhi jj.a they were introduced and parsed, 2j ij{3 Jia\inR reran! to their imporiance ! rtj factors making for the up-builti ng of] k| free, prosperous, and happy co umunl |j| in the Commonwealth, I wo ild jd|{|a pride of place to the measurtj, -Ualii Sg with electoral matters. These c msist ji§3 r. Franchise Act which is the -ro;idet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

*OYAL HOTEjJL, ;- ! Cabooiture. ! S. T, HOLMOOE \ { (rROPUtKTOft) ': 1 ? ' KAS thoroughly renovated the ;: hove Hotel a.na made extensive ad-h ions, i and solicit* from the general pil lie a continuance of pRst favont s. ] [ Best Bmnds of Wines pnd Spiiilj. JF1RST-CIASS TABLES AW AGCQMMDDi TIOM. I Billiards. — Stabling. ; tN«w Friends are ever welcome. -s~ d old j ones ever dear. : ; Jjefin |rh JB |TYffierieig&|iy It L,m ___*, n / mmm I SUMMER DRESS MAT.ERjL\I.S|§j h ii^feWRMA^Sf fseen this side of Brisbane. c»- nsistt&Hi ji ptSgo?: H* flp^!^^^ i ' ? Printed, Floral; Hail, Fancy, |nd S|i|j V 0^WBH@*MJ$m ! Muslins, Indigo Prints, Zephyrs, Palp ?-,! J£?4S;3 iSl^Ev^fe^S^H { Linens, Mercerised Lawns. ' )elai:f Ji ;,| W&*% tf§l___P$#illl |&c. These Goods are of the! estqfjjB |J j^lMflWi^^ land will be sold at the : VeU4|% iM.^fe ^«^II^(':^__ I™''- : !!?____? i iiLLJjUJ:lllNlj-~a first-cl iss SuSjJiV \c M^WUKW^ \ Suit at a reasonable price! i ifM. k ^^^^BH^...

Publication Title: Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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OUR STOR[?] COLUMN. A Bus[?]el. C[?] [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

einiiSToHMoLijffir. 1 U BuslMiel. I 11 JAMZSilSsOH. 1 \ °'^i«^ } ^ ^nl'i :i was ;1-]i^V? students' j !xill,|luid;:hert' ^ji^Hiy Kitty,' he ? re5p|n-iU|ci. wit:! ^f^Hw' attempt at ! ; - f't|l; -leare5tj|«Mb forget that ! jje ei.e^d--iJi)ted ^i'-I^B161' : tve have ! i|ot inrlrjbefore t^if^Rins: comes: * tit ui itjske the n IN^Bit.' ; I ThVii: followed f^Bf the most! vjtthojtif .scenes tl j^B^ can wit- j 5195s.' i iTy\o notyl j^K/ing hearts j ? -canjiir^jifor eachlyj^H ; two souls i 1 - mnC'j|iinji in ^S^Bore: while i I .t ?athfc'ilark shnfl^ft^Be softly, but I i \ ift * sen. to suw.^Bthem for a j t : ae.'-tiit for a timtf^^H for. surely, i t : ere |=i\ ' some\v||Hir a ' some- j I 1 ing'j ^fter, wher^t^Bunion now '. - uiiei| i|\-T;ll be aoc|gt^B.hed. j Lenii 'f Itrton dte^^B; days later, | c a m. |r^stgued, an3 ^B'Py 'l her ] 1 ilijJs-iiye. SheB^Rietl her last i 1 his 5fijii-race. pas^^^Krom death v r to KCfc^aji sweetly! |^H;acefuHy as alt iredl c^ld .sinks:iS^H:p. j ' As^ie*: to ash4...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 20 November 1903

flMr. E. mISHwRFORD K* npw prepari ! (j'!^K've n.'W«S for K \ VIOllll (BlNB S tambour, Well ;r HR'alniwoods, and B -oilndiv.g (list «s ^E B jady Pupils iij Ij H^e places taught K be,ir own hon h t ^K ?Fulr^'ees and ft; :i I Hgormation apply ?jtlti '? Chroiij K Hce, or address KJobibye. I I \ K H«apiib'our visiti ijig II^Kriiursday. to.s.— a 4!i SB1 of yW4c «5Q»s willjid IK from/E* m, lUer 2otliil| IKiruaty rest, Mi ab to all^ -|(Khe holiday S principal | 'jlKe pupils. ? I's7~i Iis T 0 IT , ??.f.U'JTJOHEER ;.: \m 'ApEBERAL mm ij KENT, ? ! ' ! »BOUR. iM '31 :ouiliiL-t r.iiS ; K '.j» ? ! !| ^K ,. ? tm ! Auctif! mp-te / ^ » t lit rd ay, i; i IRscember Km ' c-'ver-v descit !: [?& Goods will be 19 ffroceries, Ip | \W& j-M 1'ancv Good! il I^Kirc, fB Iforscs, Sad}] I: 5«5css, &c. : | ? y I'erson desij j |^K»'ii-g anything \ ii^Hlby -auction slj h I^B^ it along. If |i:B| *iH fair, the; t j^Kan be turned j|it|fc''i^i. which i* h I^Kandy. l^aljes coudf l|K;veiy first Ji...

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