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IN SPITE OF ALL. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

IN SPITE OF ALL. CHAP Mill VI. But none of her malicious spite was visible in her face as she advanced to speak to Mi as Fitzh-rbert, and be in troduced to (ho ncwcomer. ' Ob, dear Miss Fitzherbcrt!' she lexciaimed gushingly. ' How pl-ased 1 was when dear Lady Constable told me the expected you while I was here 1 How is the dear duchess?' ' She is very well, thank you. We came on from Granville Castle this morning. Margaret—my friend, Miss Euderby— Mr#. St. John Weir.'' Mrs. St. John Weir held out her hand. ' So charmed to meet you !' Margaret bowed in reply, and then sum cue cLe came up, but Vanburgh ieui~iued in the background for the present. ' Margaret— yea, Margaret was her name,' Le mused, as he watched her. 'Rare, pale Mar0aret!' how well it expressed her. Her noble figure, her pur* face, her expression, her beauti ful o'n ar eyes. Iiow tlarei he—how could he ever have been led to imagine li r guilty i.f a crime under any cir cuius1 ances 1 ShiDie filled his heart, and he Bix...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

1) OaffRCH SERVICES. IVIXE SERVICES will be conJiu-W ill tiio district: as follows : — BOM AN CATHOLIC. •Mutts oolebratod :it. S.30 a.m. an.l 11.13 :un. every Sunday at l Vibartgn. Hvtfiiing UoTotinn evt'ly Sumlay :it 7.3" 11.111. 1 V. KENNV. CHURCH OF KNfll.ANI). October R -WhuiWU 11; Quauuia (11.. .) 2.:W; C. l«urv° O. SOAKKS. WEoLKYAN. M V" i T.l- F.F

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

TENNIS. A tennis match between the Bodalla and Ncrrigundah clubs catce off on the latter's court on Saturday, and resulted in a win for the home team. Th following are the scores :— Mixed Doubles. Miss Carter and Mr. Utpon v. Miss Eo .eli and Mr. Rip on 3—6 Miss and Mr. Jackson v. Miss Byrne and Mr. Mather 4—6 Miss Carter and Mr. Michell v. Miss E. Latty and Mr. Campbell 6—5 Miss Jackson and Mr. Walker v. Mrs. Campbell and Mr. E. Latty C—5 Ladies' Doubles. Misses Carter and Jackson v. Mr3. Campbell and Miss Byrne 4—6 Misses Carter and Jackson v. Muses Latty and Roach 6—3 Gentlemen's Doubles. Mefsra. Upton and Michell v. Messrs. Campbell and Ripon 3—6 Messrp. Walker and Jackson v. Messrs. Mather and E. Latty 5—6 Messrs. Walker And Jackson v. Messrs. Mather and E. Latty 5—6 Gentlemen's Singles. Mr. Michell v. Mr. E. Latty 6—3 Mr. Tipton v. Mr, Ripon 5—6 Mr. Michell v. Mr. Mather 6—2 Mr. Walker v. Mr. Campbell 3—6 Total : Nerrigundab, 8 sots, 66 games; Bodalla, 5 sets, 62 games, the fo...

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VANDERBILT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

VANDERBILT. Vandekbilt is dead. He was one of the richest men in the world, the value of his estate being estimated at twenty five mil.ions sterling. Perhaps since the begining of history there have not beeu a dozen richer men. The imagi nary fortune of the Count of Monte Cristo pales into insignificance com pared with his. It is said that Rock feller, the Kerosene King, is wealthier than Vanderbilt was, but the reports concerning his possessions are not re liable. All that is certainly known is that Roekfeller is a many times mil lion aire. So is the Duke of IVestmin ster, but it is probable that he is not worth ,£25,000,000. A great deal of Vanderbilt'8 fortune consisted of rail way stocks, but of course he had in terests in many other things besides. Years ago he built in New York a chamber wherein to deposit his tons of securities, and it was then, and stiil is the most remarkable safe in the world. It cost many thousands of pounds to construct, and ever since its completion it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

NOTICE. A WHITE Yearling Heifer, with no brands or murks visible, has been running in my paddock for the past four months. Owner can hare same by paying damages and cost of this advertisement within 21 days. If not removed in tliat tune the undersigned will claim same for damages. WILLIAM PRENTICE, Wandella. Acknowledgment. THE Committee of the Cobargo Foot ball Club desire to tbank the ladies who so generously provided refreshments for the recent ball. EDYE L. O'TOOLE, Hon. Sec. William Boot. ON SATURDAY, 14th INST. At Mr. D. Inskip's Accommodation House, at 2.30 p.m. ■without "reserve. -VX7TXLIAM BOOT is favored with in ▼ » structions from Mr.Thos. Nutley, who is leaving the district, to sell by public auction, as above on Saturday, 14th Inst. at 2.30 sharp. 6 Austrian Chairs 1 Double Bedstead and Fittings 1 Single Bedstead (wire) and kapok uiattrass 1 Chiffonier Safe 1 Couch 1 Toilet Set 1 7-gallon' Boiler 1 Kitchen Tablo 2 Tubs, Crockery. Kitchen Utensils. N.B.—The above furnitu...

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A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

| A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. Details of the barque Drot tragedy are to hand. While being brought to Sydney by the Alameda the rescued men told the terrible story of what had happened on the raft before being sighted by thB British ateau er Wood ruff :— The Drot, they said, went down on August 11. It was the next day that their raft split into halves They bad no water and no food, and their only hope of sustenance came from a fishing line and a hook that one of the men had with him. He caught many small fish, and these sus tained life in the six seamen, but as day followed day and they had no water, the men were crazed with thirst. The owner of the fishing line lost his mind and jumped into the ocean, crying that he wa3 saved. The five men left then began to fight against hunger as well as thirst. One sick ened and died, and before his breath was well out of his body his comrades drank his blood and dsvo ired his flesh. A second man of the company met a similar fate. Thomas and Anderson dec...

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THE BEGA HOSPITAL TROUBLES. A Level-headed Committee—Nurse Rutter Exonerated—The Matron, the Kitchen Maid, and the "Gazette" Reprimanded. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

THEBEGA HOSPITAL TROUBLES. A Level-headed Committee—Nurse Rutter Exonerated—The Matron, the Kitchen Maid, and the "Gazette" Reprimanded The Bega Gazelle in referring to our article of lost week on the Bega Hos pital says " The Cobargo Chronicle has another of its cock and bull stories about Bega'Hospital, and, deceived by information from behind some hedge, gives an improbable version of recent troubles." This paper's information came from tbe most reliable quarter, and we most implicitly accept it as cor rect in every detail. And the result of the Committee meeting of Monday last bears out the soundness of our position in every way. At this meeting, which lasted nearly four hours, the Committee came to the conclusion that there was no blame attachable to Nurse Butter, and that the cause of the trouble rested with the matron. And the following resultant resolution was carried: "That Mrs. Clarke be informed that "the Committee have adopted the "rules relative to nursing, and if she "...

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A STATE BANK. (Formerly branch manager in the Bank of New South Wales and Town & Country Bank (S.A.) PART V, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

STATE BANK. By William Boot. ((Formerly branch manager in £ank of New South Wales -and Town & Country Bank (S.A.) PART V, ¥t is evidently no use trying to com mence the movement with our present 'members of Parliament, who are, with :a few exceptions, •either insincere, or "what is more 'likely, comparatively ■ignorant of -financial •or banking ques tions. The average candidate, when on the -hustings, will spread himself ■out and with the most consummate brazennees, declare himself in favor of 5a State Bank, and instanter lapse into the -more -congenial topic of roads and bridges. For the present then, the politicians are out of the question. We must educate the people, the fountain head of all parliaments and govern ments, and whose behests their repre sentatives must obiy and carry into jaw. In order to bting about this ■object, leagues should be formed , - throughout the colony, and with the aid of suitable literature, freely distri buted, and platform addresses, the peop...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

MR. F. G.-HEADY, SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTIST, CARP-STREET, BEGA, WILL VISIT COBARGO AT REGULAR PERIODS. NOTICE. r|1HE undersigned has for HIRE a _L Staunch Single Buggy Horse and Comfortable Single Buggy, Also Saddle Horses. < A. D. BTTENS. G. MARTIN, Builder & Contractor. Plana and Fpcc'fieatione prepared. And Esti mates giv n for all Work. BBBMAGDI.sTB' ET, COBARGO. BOOT'S Indigestion Cure FOR SALE —AT— V? OOBABG-O. A. D. BITRN§, General Blacksmith hsb i mm. Every kind of work done on the Shortest Notice and guaranteed to give every Satisfac tion. W. ACKERLEY, SON TAILOK, SfOSUYA, WILL VISIT COBABGO PERIODICALLY —with A— Large and varied Assortment of SU AIMER aod WINTER GOODS. The date of enchjifiit (about monthly) will be duly advertised'fin .this paper. Address : KEATING'S "HOTEL, ' COBARGO. ; V • "Git yer Hair Cut" ; —AT THE— FOOTB A XjX*:HmS' Hairdressing Saloon. TOM BEADMAN, HAVING been associated wiOi Jane of ■ the Lmdmg SairdteBBers of SydnBy for yea...

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"Ecil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

' Ecil to him who ecil Ihinka." TflEY SAY: That the ladies who collected money for the School of Arts deserve much praise for per forming their none too pleasant task. That it was an ungallant act on the part of a Cobargo young man to run away from his two young lady companions when he saw a vehicle approaching. That the Cobargo A. P. & H. Society shouldtap" the Singer Sewing Machine Co. for a machine for the guessing competi tion. That the offer of the Transvaal Yolksraad to enfranchise Uitlanders who fight against the British amounts to a tacit admission that England lias right on her side; and ' That the gift of the franchise might not be Kruger's to confer when the war is over. That of all hypocrites the praying sort is the worst and Kruger is of that type; and That his affirmation that " the Lord had told him to fight" is ludicrously blasphe mous. j That the " Chronicle " might have made I a mistake when it accused the " Voice " of referring to Haynea as an ex-Minister;...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS- I (FbOU ODE fiXDNBY COEBKSPONDBNT.) Sydney, Thursday. Butter, beat creamery and factory lOd, dairy 8| to 9d, hains 7| to 9J' bacon 5 to 7£, cheese 4| to 6, fowls 4a Gd to 3s 9d, duckB 3b 6d to 4s, eggs 5d to 7d. The Conference of Commandants met for the purpose of considering the question of sending an Australian contingent to the Transvaal, forwarded its conclusions to the various premiers yesterday, and ib is believed it has recommended that a force of 1500 to 2000 Australian troopB of various arms be sent. A bill will probably be BubJ mitted to the Victorian Parliament to-day asking permission to send 250 men. The Governera if all the Australian colonies are supposed to have received a confidential cable from the Imperial Government yesterday with regard to the proposals. The total number of Victorians wlio have volunteered for service in South Africa is 2100. The Federal Address to the Queen has been adopted by 57 votes to 10 in the Queensland Assembly. A letter h...

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THE BOERS AS FIGHTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

THE BOERS AS FIGHTERS. So far the Boers have been exception ally fortunate in th^ir military history. Against, the Kafiir they have ulmos' always acted on the defensive, and their plan of action has invariably been the same. Tin;re is hardly a single record of a direct Boer attack in the open, even against the Kaflir. One of their mo.st signal victories was at Weenen, in Natal, when &00 Boers routed Dingaan's Zalu inipis. Of this battle Nicholson, in his "F.fty Years in South Africa," writes:— "Here on my first visit to Natal the bones of at least 3000 Zulu warriors covcred the ground, and attested to i lie severity of the final struggle. Only a few Boers fell (eleven, I think). The Zulus were unable to penetrate the Bner entrenchment of waggons and thorn bushes, although they re newed the assault without ceasing for hours, and were swept away by the smooth-bore guns of the Boers, loaded with buckshot, until their bodies formed an extra rampart of defence." This description ...

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NERRIGUNDAH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 26th SEPTEMBER. [Before Messrs. A. Elliott P. M., and Jas. Pollock J. P.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

NERRIGUNDAH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 26th Septembeh. [Before Messrs. A. Elliott f. M., add J as. Pollock J. P.] Police v. R. J. Moffat, drunk , and disorderly. Fined 5a and 4s 10 coats, or 3 days in lockup. Fine paid. Police v. "W. McGrath, drunk and disorderly. Fined Is and 4s 10 costs, or 48 hours in lockup. Fine paid. Police v. W. McGrath, language. Fined 5a and 4s lOd costs, or 2 days in lockup. Fine paid. In the Small Debts Court H. Bald win v. N. P. Carver, wages. Verdict for £1 and costs of court 4s lOd.

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THE GATTON TRAGEDY. Police Commission Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

THE GATTON TRAGEDY Police Commission Inquiry The members of the Police Commis sion arrived at Gatton last week fur the purpose of opening an inquiry into the actions of the police with regard to the Gatton tragedy. The scene of the tragedy was visited, the locality examined, and inquiries made. After visiting the Murphy's homestead, the party returned to the township, and took evidence. Mrs. Murphy, the mother of the victims', complained of the way in which the police had treated her. She denied that she kept any evidence back. She considered that a proper inquiry had not been made respecting a man, -who arrived at Gatton in De cember, and worked near the scene of the tragedy. She said she told the detectives of her suspicions regarding the man at the time, and they replied, "No such thing." She said she thought the man waited at the rails, and her children were the first unfor tunate ones to come along. He would have taken whoever came along firtt. She had since heaid that his juni...

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CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

CRICKET NOTES By the " Rf.cokdkr" is Truth. KELLY. Good old " mother" was in very good form behind thf sticks and alto witl) the ball, and he saved his side from defeat several limes. In a]] matches lie compiled 76S runs, averaging 23 29 per innings, whilst in the test games he made 120 in eight tries. He [ caught 39 and stumped 3. His chief , scores were 103, 89, 59, 50 f. Thii j was his first century in England, and I strange to say his brother wicket kee per, Johns, kept up his on J until he (Kelly) obtained his century McLEOD. Charlie McLeod was quite unable to stiike form for a considerable time, and this kept him out of the first foul' test matches, though it would have been better had he Veen given a try insteid of Laver. Tiie continued bad luck whic'i dogged his footstep*, would have quite disheartened many a batsman, but not so C bur lie, who set his teeth and determined to do or die. At the latter part of the tour he began to show something I ke his true furm. In the fifth...

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Cobargo D. C. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

Cobargo D. C. Association A meeting of-delegates was held at Keating's Hotel on Saturday last, when the following representatives were present:—F. G. Roberts and T. J. Tarlinton (Cobargo), J. P. Riley (Bermagui), E. A, Tarlinton and T. Inskip (Dry -River). The secretary read his report, which appears at foot. Mr. A. Tarlinton, J.P., was unani mously elected patron ; T. J. Tarlin ton, president; J. P. Riley and E. A. Tarlinton, vice-presidents ; F. G. Boberts, secretary. It was resolved to give three bats (value a guinea each) as trophies for the present season, two for the winning club in first grade and one for seeond grade. It was decided to allow 14 days' grace for the pay ment of affiliation fees, clubs to be' notified to that effect. All present willi Mr. C. G. Hobbes were appointed a fixtures committee, three to form a quorum. The question.of Association boundaries was raised, but was allowed to stand over till next meet ing. Messrs. M. O'Reilly and Jas. Graham to audit books;...

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THE FOOTBALLER'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

THE FOOTBALLER'S BALL. The Cobargo Football Club Ball came off on Friday last and was a pronoun, ced success. Probasco's Circus played the same evening, but none of the regular habitues of the ball room were there. The evening was line and cool, just suitable for dancing. The re freshments were kindly provided by the generously disposed ladies of the district, and were of the best quality The floor, as usual, was in splendid order. Mr. W. Dunsraore acted as M. C., and he is " marvellous'' in that department. The music wa? supplied by Miss Engstrom (piano), and Mr. W. F. Phillips (violin), and, needless to say, gave the greatest satisfaction. Visitors were present from Dry Rivf r, Tilba, Wandella, and other placcs. Following is a list of the dresses :— Miss Jones, cream nun's veiling, buttercup and chiffon ; Miss FreemaD, cream cashmere tarletan, ribbon and lace; Miss Hope Henry, white muslin and buttercup; Miss Agnes Henry, pink zephyr and white lace trimmings; Miss Cooney, black Bk...

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CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

CHAPTER VII. Pqvllib CoNSTAiiLi: and Ella Ponsonby were playing a duet, and the elder ladies were engaged in con versation about thu family connections, so as M re. St, John Weir felt rather out of that charmed circle, and it bored her, she had witlidrawu to a low ottoman made a deux, and carcfully s?ranting lier blue satin draperies in graceful folds, sat there fanning her. se1f slowly and dreamily with a larg» feather fan,,awaiting tho entrance of the men." ; M-»rga*et Enderl.y, simply dressed ina gownof thick-white silk, which tell insoft onllines ronrd her beautiful fiznny«M*tandingat the window jviMiui, ■•••it at. ili<- mm snt wliivlf Was lloo.iing tho tky oppo site, and casting a reddish glare on toe river that \roiinci in and out in serpen tina coils at the foot of the garden. She was evidently far-away in dreamy reverie, for her soft crimson jips had takeu a wistful curve, and the slender fingi-rs of one wli e hun.l w< re carelessly playing wi'h the lon...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

tennis! The Cobargo and Dry River Clubs met on the former Court on Saturday the visitors being defeated. Appended are the scores :— Mixed Doubles. Miss Lynch and Dr. Meeke v. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan. 6—1. Miss S. Tarlinton and F. Kelly v. Miss Inskip and C. Barrett. 6—3. Miss K. Pike and A. Tarlinton v, Miss Boyd and W. Donnelly. 6—0. Miss V. Boot and G. Campbell v. Miss Perkins and W. Staunton. 6—2. . Ladies Roubles. Miss Lynch and Miss Boot v. Mies Perkins and Miss Boyd. 6 —2. Miss Tarlinton and. Miss Pike v. Mrs. Sullivan and Miss Inskip. 6—4. Gentlemen's Doublea. 6. Campbell and F. Kelly v. W. Staunton and D. Sullivan. 6—4. Dr. Meeke and A. Tarlinton v. C. Barrett and W..Donnelly. 6—1. Ladies Singles. Miss Y. Boot v. Miss Perkins., l 6—0. Miss K. Pike v. Miss Inskip. 6—4. Miss S. Tarlinton v. Mrs. Sullivan. 6—,3. Miss M. Lynch v. Mies Boyd. 2—6. Gentlemen's -Singles. G. Campbell v. €. Barrett. 6—1. Dr. Meeke v. W. Donnelly. 6—1. F. Kelly v. W. Staunton. 6—3. A. Tarlinton v. D. Sul...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. lj,ys of ili*) I l)«y of | fnn | fun I Mion. Week. | SI until j llisea | >ets | llises i'"llIOAV i Out G | 5 25 | 6 I | 5 SS f atuiway I „ 7 I 5 24 | (i 2 I r> 34 | .. 8'.| 5 22 | 0 3l 7 15 Monday j „ 9 1 5-21 | r, 3 | 8 S TcfAday i „ 10 | 5 20 I G 4 j S 50 W'nNfctD y | „■ 11 5 18 | 0 ■ 4 i 9 55 Thu'ISDay j „ 12 | 5 17 I G 5 I 10 58

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