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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899
COBARGO HOTEL. EVJERYTHINO AS XT OTOHT TO SS. EXTENSIVE 8TABLINC. JEXPERIENCED CROOM. James Crabam. fost flmee mm, U COBARGO. Proprietor. J- T. Keating has much pleasure in i- forming ibe lesidents of COBAHGO and Surr' unrting Oixr cts that he has taken over the above well-known Hotel, and hopes fay keeping the BEST BHANDS of WINES. SPIRITS, .ALES, etc., to merit a fair share of support. SPECIAL ATTENTION mil be raid to the wants of Commercial and other Travel lers. Coirmodions Sample Booms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent groom in attendance. J. T. K. tags to announce for the bene fit of visitors fiom the TILBA. NOO ROO&1A. BODALLA and NEllKIGUNDAH DISTRICTS that fa's Hotel (.osEesses nil the /comforts of a home, while good horse feed and stabe accommodation arc made speciali ties of the establishment. The CentralH°tel, * BEGA. Vudcr New Manggemeat. MRS. RAFTER BEGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA that tl.ey will fiud the CENTIiAl. offers Speci 1 /"dvantiges. being furii...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Moruya " : C»n't publish your veises unless you send aloDg £5000 for certaiu libel action. We are glad to say that Mr. E:ij »h Home's son who broke his arm a few days ago ia progressing favorably. We have to acknowledge leceipt of complimentary tickets for the conctrt to Ve held at Quaami on 20th instant in aid of the Public School Library. Last week Mr. Thos. Kenntlly was the victim of a petty theft, some pil ferer, " lifting" a pair of men's boots whilst Mr. Kennelly was in a neigh, bouring shop. A few weeks ago Mrs. W. Morrison of this town, went to Sydney for med. ical treatment, and Mr. Morrison has received information that a third operation had been performed upon her, and thus far the patient is doing well. At the police court on Saturday, before Mr. H. J. Street J. P., Thomas Roberts was fined 5/- or 21 hours for drunkenness, and 10/- or 3 days for indecent language. Sentences to be accumulative. The Union this week devotes half a column to the Chroni...
The Chronicle. For the cause that lacks assistance, Fur the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 October 1899
For the cause that lacks assistance, Fur the icrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, ' And the good that ite can do. Cobaroo, Friday, October 6, 1899. The Gazttte "haB at last said some thing sensible iu its criticism of the State Bank proposal, as outlined by this paper. It ba9 definitely promised io "drop the au'ojeot." We anticipate a similar course front tbe Gazette with regard to its entanglement with the Hospital maid and matron, now that it has lauded them into trouble, with the -not unlikely prospect of' the "sack." The Gazette man knows as much about the State Bank question as "Jersey," but he has sufficient want of principle to distort the plainly expressed ineaning of Mr. W. Boot's articles. It was never suggested that Ministers of the Crown should conduct the Operations of a State Bank. They (the operations) would be clearly de fined by the Act of Parliament breath ing life into the State Bank, in which every "representative of the people would have...
AUSTRALIAN MANNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
AUSTRALIAN MANNERS. Too many mothers of the present day think more about senseless fads and frivolities than their domestic duties and the care and training of their children. Indeed, young Australians are sadly lacking; in courtesy and good manners. Much can be overlooked in tbe growing youth, but the want of reverence and respect towards the aged is too apparent. Of coarse onr schools can do a lot towards remedy ing the evil, bnt parents can do more. Mothers need be more serious, and Bhould teach their children to behave properly; also to honor and tttBpect Aid people. One.will often.see big boys and girls, travelling In over crowded trams and trains, keep their seats and allow elderly people to stand. Parhana it is onlv thnnolik. lessneas, and they merely want re minding. As a rule the young people will have a left to say, and Who show off before (heir companions, are con sidered smart, while a quiet, unassum ing, well-behaved boy or girl is looked upon as a softy, and ii general...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
LOCAI/MD GENERAL SEWS. Mb. Eu Wiiliamf of Bermagui went to Sydney by Saturday's boat to consult a specialist -with reference to an affection'of his eyes. We are glad to say that Mrs. McLeod (mother of Mrs. A. A. Byrne) who some time ago, on the advice of JDrs. Michell and Quilter, went to Sydney for. medical treatment, has been successfully operated upon for a growth in the breast. The patient is progressing well. The following are the names of the player* to take pert in the cricket match against fiega on the 18th instant on the/local ground :—T.J. aiid, A.E. Tarlinton, Roberts, A., and J. Constable, G; "Payne, M. O'Reilly, Walker, " Annette, L. . Staunton, Graham. Emergencies, J. P. O'Reilly, Meeke and Keating. 0» Tuesday there we two "wed dings in the district. The first took place ab Wandella when Misa Edith McPaul and Mr. Robert Leemon were married by the Rev. G, Soares (O E.) at the residence of the bride's parents. Refreshments were afterwards partaken ofand the healths of th...
A MAMMOTH STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
A MAMMOTH STEAMER. The event of the week in shipping and commercial circles was the arrival of the pioneer steamer Medio, from Liverpool, to inaugurate Messrs. Ismay, Imrie and Go's new White Star line, which the Medio heralds baa already had special attention in the Sunday Timet. The White Star line is well known the world over, especi ally nowadays in the Atlantio, with huge, fast steamers, the Oceanic, in fact, being the biggest vessel afloat. The White Star line also nsed to send Bailing Bhips to the colonies in the early days. The Medic arrived on Tuesday morning, and took op a berth at Dal» gety and Go's new wharf at Woolloo mooloo Bay. Her arrival cansed a good deal of excitement, and she has since been visited by thousands. To-day, between 1 and 5 p.m.. she will be open for inspection at a charge of 6d, the proceeds going to the National Ship, wreck Belief Society of New South WaleB. The Medio, which ia a new vessel, built specially for this line, is the lar gest ship which'...
MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
MORUYA. (Feom our own Oorbespondekt.) I didn't send along my usual valu able " copy" last week.: I was quite relieved when I found that' the. omis sion was not the means of Btoppingtbe issue. At the same time the circum stance has given ' my pride a terrible shock, for more than once I have threatened to withold my weekly con tribution and " bust up" the Chronicle, but I might as well be dead for all you seem to care Mr. Editor. How ever, I hope you will forgive my de linquency, and as I can't " bust" the nhmnide. t-how. I'll trv and boom it b11 I can. The fact is I have been inspect ing the metamorphosis that has taken place in Moruya.- The town now rep resents the appearance of a' huge ad wrtieing hoarding. Legends eu h as are diucernable in 'every street'. ''Strychnine gives lDStant relief to aching teeth,'' 'For rheumatism try Death's Magic Balm." " Ballyrocken's Baking Powder for raising purposes equal »o dynamite." "" Bead the JDeua River Review and Tomakm Times, the most dire...
A Separate Portfolio for Agriculture [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
A Separate Portfolio for Agriculture (From the C. And B. B. E.) ■ It is long Bince we first in these columns urged the necessity of a sepa rate portfolio for Agriculture. The necessity for this increases and be comes more manifest as the years pass, and from the character of t'le colony and its inevitable destiny as a great producing country, that necessity must ever increase. This will be obvious on a moment's reflection even to those who have never previously thought of it. Our country is, above all things else, and must always be a producing country. Her many-mil lioned areas of rich lands are her priceless dowry, and the wealth of products which these will yield is the destined heritage of her toilers and the reward of their enterprise. All other sources of wealth in the country, in comparison, scarcely reckon, either as contributors to the coffers of the State or to the pockets of the people. Agriculture is far and away the para, mount industry and source of wealth to all secti...
TILBA TENNIS BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
TILBA TENNIS BALL The ball given under the auspices of the Tiltift tennis club on Friday was the success anticipated. All the nrrangpmeuts -were satisfactory, for which a speci 1 committee of ladi«s was respoi si" le. Tlie music wa-&lt; sup plied by Mi-s E-'gsirom ai d Mr. W. Philips, relieved occasional y by volunteers. The floor wai in good order, .while the viands were plentiful and of thft VieBt quality. The room was tastefully dpcoratpd with ever greens arid looked extremely pret'y. Many tasteful costumes were worn, but the charming lady in pale :blu»* and blank waft almost rfspon-ile tor the eternal absence of pur reportpr from the bosnm of his farui'y. Fol lowing is a de criplion of the drp.ssps— ~Mrs. Holies, blnck; Mrf>. Jiio. BatP, maize lustre ; Mrs. Knapp, old gold ; Mrs ShdnnpHy,-pink aud Mack-; Mrs. Hardy, cream and black; M'S. f'ow ,drny, black velvet; M e. Bolbtr. he liotrope and spangled list; Mra. WH liam*, black -and red; Mrs. May, black and grey ; Mrs....
PARSON GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
PARSON GLADSTONE. The Rev. Mr. Gladstone, a Viotorian minister! baa been wrestling with the problem of human decadence, and as a result wrestling with the mob outside, to escape the consequences of unwise remarks. Among other things [that he said was that the.Irish are respon sible for most of the crime and drun kenness of the Empire, and the Irish who were present rose in their wrath and threatened the gentlemen bearing the hi8toria name with an answer with a black-thorn. While allowing that Mr. Gladstone was exceedingly to blame, it cannot be argued that the gentlemen present who hailed from Erin were particularly wise. English men as a rule treat unfair hostile sriticism with contempt, and gob on considerably well in consequence. But Irishmen too often feed the flame of hostility by holding a light to the vanity of their traducen. We have a magnificent proof of the wisdom of Bilence in the unique way in which Irish Roman Catholics have treated ex-priest Slatteiy, a person who is ...
" Evil to him who evil thinks," THEY-SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
" Evil to him who. evil Ihinkt," THEY-SAT: ! That many " They Say" items wotfld" re> main mysteries but for the " subject's " own garrulity. . That the ladies -who have for many months been working for the Sihool of Arte bazaar, display an amount of public^ spiritednesB some of our leading (?) citizens might well emulate.' That poor Suffield died broken*' hearted, the result of the evidence of & lying fagot of a woman j and That a prominent judge is of opinion that 99 out of every 100 women who get into the witness box are liars. That although the " Bulletin's-''' noble efforts to secure a re-opening of the Suffield caBt failed, much good resulted ig the dis counting of the principal female, evidence in assault cases; and That prior to the Suffield case Hie word of an hysterical (?) female was sufficient' to hang any man. That the suggestion to farewell the Bega Transvaal volunteers with a " ball" has a gruesome ring about it; and That already there is much speculation as...
The New Commander at Natal. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
The Uew Commander at Natal The Transvaal affair baa come to head, and war is certain. That being bo, the career of Sir George Stewart White, the new commander of Natal, is of first clasB interest to everyone. Apparently he is going to play Sir Evelyn Wood to Sir Redvers Bailor's Colley, with this difference, he will be under an able chief, who will give him the support he deserves. General White 18 an officer of high distinction, who has made hie name in dozen campaigns, and established his reputation as a great and capable leader. A short time ago he was Oommander-in Obief in India, and in that capacity was responsible for the organisation of the troops in the Ohit ral diffisnlty, and that famous march to the mountains, which an Ameri can expert has described as "the moat brilliant thine in latter day fighting." Not only is Sir George a great' com mander, but he lookB a leader in every way. He Is tail, magnificent* and possesses a. haughty, impassive oounj te nance.
TUBERCULOSIS COMMISSION. Important Evidence, of a Dairy Inspector. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
TUBERCULOSIS COMMISSION. | J Important Evidence, pfa Dairy / ' Inspectoral Mm Pi Ai B/dseht, "d-iiry 'inspector for t'le Kew Soiuii Wait-ei Fr.-sh Food d Ice'C &lt;mpiiny,'iu gmiig evidence before the Tubprcliloi-ia Comnjinfiion, -'aii lie inspected all itie i'tocb handled by his company.' He a'eo insist-oted ■ he app iances of the «-uj;pliefx of milk. He bid noticid a large iiumlier of tu berculous cattle, f ir tbe whole of the dairying dinners were infect'd. The clone jfe of tli-r '-a' tie Was responsible for this to Bcitm ('stent. Without the tuberculin test a covr might bb diseased in'ihe uddfr, and that fact entirely es cape detect ijn. Tt.fc'onTy true test washy tuberculin. . The real reason of the object "on U> the tuberculin test was its infallibility, for on the dis covery'of th^ d.s^ti'e i he catt e could be destroyed by the heaith auhoritiea. ' Owners did *n t' wAh tiriiave their cattie sactific-d." It was poBtible, however, for a beast to be suffering , from t...
IF THERE BE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
if THERE BE WAR. The military aspect of a war in the ' Transvaal is considered in an artiole ' in the August number of Blackwood's Magazine. There is a prevalent : belief that such a war would be a ter rible and costly straggle for as. It is, : of course, well to over-estimate diffi- ! culties; that is a lesson the Boers i taught us in 1881. Bnt the writer of ; this article shows how the situation has changed since Sir George Colley , was defeated at Majuba Hill, and 1 how, in consequence^ we should eater upon a conflict under new and more i favorable conditions- The Boers have always relied upon mounted infantry for their heavy charges. Mounted infantry can only be effectively met by cavalry, and Sir George Colley had no cavalry. In the next place, in 1881 the Orange Free State was neu tral territory, which told against us, because no help could be sent through from Natal. Thirdly, the Boers were far superior in musketry practice; and finally, the British force was too small for it...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
COBARGO HOTEL. tortsaare as««vmr«o sb. EXTENSIVE 8tab11kc. .experienced cftoom. James Uhlan, fllf OFFICE m, COBARQO. J.T.KBIiTnN) Proprietor. J. T. Keating much pleasure in informing the residents of COBARGO and Sorrsnndlng Ditcr eta that he has taken over theabove well-known Hotel, and hopes by keeping the BB0T. BBAHTD8 of WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, -etc., to merit a fair •hare of support. SPECIAL ATTENTION mil be paid to &lt;he wants of Commercial and other Travel lers. OotnmodioDB BampMHRooms available. •QQQJ) STABLING and a competent Sroom in attendance. J. T. E. begs to announce tor the bene* fit of visiters from the TILBA, NOO &lt;BOOMA. BODALLA and NEBBIGUNDAH DISTBIOTS that his Hotel possesses nil the comforts of a home, While good horse feed and stabe accommodation are made specials tiee&lt;ef the establishment. The Central K°tel, BEGA. ffrxdsr ltew Management. MRS. RAFTER BEGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA that they will find the OENTBAL ■offers Special Adv...
The Chronicle. For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
Ctonick. For the cause that lacks assistance, For the.wrongs that need resistance, For the future in tlte distance, And the good that me can do. Cobargo, Fbiday, October 13, 1899. One of the most'satisfactory itemfe in the Ljne Government's programme is the extra rote for the roads of the colony. The Reid Ministry allowed the highways to get into a state of disgraceful disrepair and it will take a large amount of money to place them in proper trafficable order. And the proposed expenditure is not only justi fiable but an urgent necessity, and if the Government will prove true to their promise in this respect they will do much towards securing the support not only of country members but the whole House. And this should be so, because it is upon the country (as distinct from the town) that the cities depend for support The agricultur ists, pastoralists, orchardists, bark strippers, timber getters, gold miners and other producers represent the chief sources of Teal wealth, and it is no...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
WEEKLY CALENDAR. d«v8of the I Doyof I Pan I Pun I Moon Week. I Month I Bisea | >e»B | Bitiee Feiday I Oct 13 | 6 16 | 6 «1 t. m. Satitbuat | 14 I 5 15 j 6 7 | 1 11 BCSDAY 1 „ 15 | 6 14 J fl 8 | 2 20 Mohoay „ 16 | 5 13 I 6 .9 I 3 28 TvbbdaY I „ 17 J 6 11 I 6 10 j 4 87 W'DNWD y j ,.18 6 10 j 6 11 l 6 45 Thursday | ,, 19 | 6 9 I 6 11 I 6 63
CHAPTER, IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
OHAPTER, IX. 56, Barker Btreet^Guardton, vu a small, bow-windowed house in a muoh frequented snbat%6f the town. All the hoaras on either side of the street were of the same order of architecture, built in a row, with the downstairs ■window fitted •with' rusty green Vene tian blindB, and alifng passage between each pair of housealeading to the back, and with the front door of each in the middle, opening nearly on the . stair case which separated the front room from the kitchen.' , To BE CoKTtNURD
CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
CHAPTER VIII. ' I'm glad it's a fine day, a fancy fair on a wet day isn't all that my heart desires,' said Phyllis Constable at breakfast. * Why, that's it, of course 1 1 was wondering why so much extra beauty, such ravishing toilettes, should be lavished upon our enchanted eyes so early in the day,' and Edgar waved his hand elaborately in token of his admiration. ' It's the bazaar, and I'd quite forgotten. Well,' with an air of deep resignation,' I promised to escort you, ladies, and a promise is a sacred thing; bat you'll support me, too 1> looking appealingly at the other men. * My dear boy,' said Lady Constable, laughingly,' I wouldn't have you do violence to your feelings.1 'Itwould—to stay at home,' and Phyllis chuckled. ' Why, mother, is the great event of the year to Edgar, selling painted pin-cushions and woollen mats.' * What time do we start, mater ?' Edgar asked. ' Ob, at eleven; we can drive down; in an hour, comfortably.' ' And when do we return ?. ' About three or ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899
TATTEBSALL'S MONSTER PRIZE LIST —ON— .. . CAULFIELD CUP ordinary and special—each 100,000 Subscribers at 6. MELBOURNE CUF ordinary and special—each 100,000 Subscribers at 6. MELBOURNE CUP ordinal^—100,000 Subscribers &t20. For full particulars read our Printed Circular^. Address T attersall c/o Geo. Adams, Hobart, Tasmania.. .... - ? .