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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899

—CHRIST G HITECH— Sunday School Picnic WEDNESDAY, 18th INST. OnCobargo 'Showground. ALL the Children of the district and their friends are cordially invited. Prooee sion of children to leave Christ Chuichat 11 a.m 8hvp. GUA1TEB SOAEES, Sector, NOTICE. Morrison & Mercer HAVE entered into partnership and ore carrying on business as Gbnebai, BlACKSHITHS AMD WHEELWBIGHTS in BERHAGUX HOAD, GOBAKGO, AND hope by good workmanship and prompt attention to business to merit a fair share of patronage. J. MERCER was in the employ of Sir. MilliMn, Moruya, for 81 years, and served his time tinder one of the best ehoers in the colony, and intends making HORSESHOEING & SPECIALITY. Ploughs and other Agricultural imple ments repaired. Buggies and all kinds of vehicles built,, repaired and painted. ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prices for Shoeing:— Plain, per set .... 4/ Cocked, perset">. 6/ Cocked & Babeed, per set 6/ pEOSPECtOH'S BATTEET FOE SALE.—A well-made S-he&d Battery, ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN SPITE OP ALL. CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899

IN SPITE OP ALL. CHAPTER VII. 4 My screaming ? "What for f in a tone of great innocence. * Yon thought you'd seen a ghost, ot some other tomfoolery,' be smothered under hid moustache. ' I saw the alders dancing in the moonlight. That's sensible. Do be quick, dear Mr. Yanburjjh ]' as she saw Vanburgh hasten away. ' May I come in ?' she said, half-an hour later, tapping at Margaret's door. ' I hope you feel no worse for your | wetting.' ! •Mo, thank you.' j 'I—they say I startled you—I was frightened; bat if anything had hap- j pened to you, or to dear—to Mr. Van burgh, I should never have forgiven myself. You see, if Harold—Mr. Yanburgh had-^had—' faltered Mrs. St. John Weir in a voice that seemed1 full of emotion, "had been drowned, ] it would have been so dreadful for me,' a woman is so desolate when the man die ' she hesitated, and then stopped. • I am so glad, from the bot tom of my heart, that you are no worse,' she resumed after a little pause. 'Bleep well, and you'll be alrigh...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899

fSBXTSM SE&7XQSS. "D IVTNK SERVICES -win be conducted in tbs district as follows; — SOMAN CATHOLIC. Jftau celebrated at 8.30 a.m. and 11.15 a.m. "%■ every Sunday at Cobargo. Evening devotion every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. , P. KENNY. CHURCH OF' ENOLASD. G. SOAEES. WESLEY AN. October 15—Wandella 11: Quaamu2.30: Cobargo 7.80. 31. WALKEE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899

DRIVEN PROM HOME. Out in this cold wotld, - * Outojj my^>wn; *" ' Begging from any to be&re me a bone; Brunkerless, C'rotberless, Neildless I roam; Premier unfortunate, driven from home I Five years in Cabinet comfy. I sat. True to my word to keep jolly and fat; Now my misfortune's a-going to begin. Soon Sameolegeorge'U be sorry and thin! Out in this cold world, Out in the snow; Painting park palings I'll fioon have to go 1 Cookless, and Spudless, And Hogueless I roam, Only Jagarrard has got a good home! Nary & paper will give me a line, I'm the last rose of summary sentence condign Feebly I pipe my old " promising " lay. Nobody listens, they're all skipped away I —Melbourne •' Punch,"

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Right or Wrong in the Transvaal? [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899

——— I Bight or Wrong in the Transvaal ? (By a Uitlander in the D. T.) At the present time, when England is ■on the verge of war with the Boers <(South Africa), and all Australia is in astate of excitement with regard to the issue of the contest, it is opportune j to reprint a letter, in answer to a Mr, - Piddington, -which recently ap. peared m the D.T. from the pen of an Uitlander, which clearly and concisely sets ont the real cause of the tronble "which has led to the present crisis, and proves to demonstration that England has right on her side—the Almighty's alleged revelation to Oom Paul notwithstanding. " I do not know who Mr. Piddington may be, nor in whose name be writeB a letter a column and a half long upon a subject he evidently understands bo little about, but with your permission I should like to traverse one or two of Mb wild statements. First, as to Mr. Piddington's ideas of England's " eon 'duct." He has said it has no warrant Unless by treaty. Very well; ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899

MISCELLANEOUS. The workmen who go in advance of the Czar whenever he travels, form a squad of six mechanics. Two are locksmiths, two carpenters, two masons. All are married men, born in the Czar's service, and absolutely devoted to their Sovereign. Their business is to examine the walU, floor ing, chimneys, locks and furniture of the apartments which the Czar is to occupy. The chimneys, in particular! engage their attention, for ~ every flae leading to a room in which tBfe Czar is to sleep or eat has to be, grattd and barred at top or bottom. * The Government is taking steps to have the colony mapped out into twenty-rix electorates for the pur poses of the voting in connection with the first Federal elections. The discovery of a series of fearful crimes has led to n number of arrests in Mon<e Video, a large city on' the i River Platej in Uruguay. It appears that a gang Of cdd-blooded scoundrels i were in the habit of assuring the -lives of personB in that city for large a...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR TELEGRAMS (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (FfiOtf oub Sydney Ooeekspondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Bctier creamery and factory 10d, dairy 8|d to 9d, eggs 5d to 6d, bacon 4Jd to 7£d, cheese 4Jd to 6£d, fowls 2s 9d to 4s, ducks 3b 6d to 4s. Bishop Green of Armidale has ex pressed a wish to accompany the N.S. W. contingent to the Transvaal. The sum of £274,440 passed through the totaliaator in Queensland last year. The delay in dealing definitely with the offer of volunteers for the Trans vaal is causing a deal of inconvenience in military circles. Mr. Wm, McMillan ex-M.P. for Burwood baa returned to Sydney and says he is now in a position to devote the rest of his life to Australian poli tics. A man named McCredie was run over bj a tram in Elizabeth street yesterday and had both legs cut off. London, Wednesday. The Transvaal Government has issued its ultimatum to Great Britain assert ing that the presence of British troops ; on the frontier is a menace to the in- j dependence of the South African Re public, and to e...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 October 1899

BIRTH. BOOT.—October 8th, at her residence, "Narellan," Cobargo, the wife of Wil- liam Boot, of a son.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUFFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 20 October 1899

SUPFlELD. They buried Thomas Suffield the Englishman in Rookwood cemetery last week, under a blazing Australian Bun. A score of itoournere stood around, and a little girl cried over hiB coffin. Suffield had been in bed for two months—brokendown with ner vous worry; he grew a little better, got up, took a cold, which turned to pneumonia, which killed him, " Too much on bis mind/ said the doctor. " Died of a broken heart,' said his friend James Warren; The facia of Suffield'a Case are generally known; ib is only necessary to recite the leading points. Suffield was an Englishman resident at Lamb ton, near Newcastle, N.S.W. Every body spoke well of him. He was Med at Makland in April, 1891, on a charge of assaulting a woman; convic ted ; sentenced to ten years' servitude. Judge Windeyer, who presided, prose cuted for the Grown, as was. his habit in each cases; and the complainant's story went hardly questioned. Suf field was convicted on the woman's evidence alone, without corroborative...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TUBERCULOSIS COMMISSION. Further Evidence by Mr. Badgery. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 20 October 1899

TUBERCULOSIS COMMISSION, j Further Evidence by Mr. Badgery. Fcbthbr evidence was given before the Tuberculosis Commission last week by Mr. F. A. Badgery, milk inspector of the N.S.W. Fresh Food and Ice Company. Mr. S. Smith occupied the chair' Mr. Badgery stated that he had 30 years' experience of dairying cattle. He did not know of any case of a human being contracting the disease from a diseased beast, for that was a matter almosb impossible of proof He condemned about 5 per cent, of the herds that be inspeoted every year. No district in the colony was now free from the disease, but he had known a case of tuberculosis in an imported bull as long as 28 years ago. In all his experience he had only known the tuberculin test to fail on one occasion, and even then he doubted whether it was the fault of the tuberculin. He reiterated his previous statement that farmers were afraid to allow their cattle to be tested on account of the probable number of cattle that would be found to be dis...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 20 October 1899

oavsoa services. B kTVINE SERVICES will be conducted in the district •* follows : — SOMAN CATHOLIC. M*a« celebrated a!t 8.30 a,in. and 11.15 a.m, every Sunday fit Oobargo. Evening devotion «evexy Sunday at 7-30 p.m. * P. KENNY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. October 22-Tilba (H.C.) ll; .Dignam's Creek £.30; CoUu-go 7.80. G. SOABES.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 20 October 1899

i m Bill II GOUT WILL BE HELD 111 THE New Schdol of Artte, NEEEIGTJNDAH, —ON— jf-jrhd-A-Y rsrica-Hid?* 8bd NOVEMBEE, NEXT, To Celebrate the Opening of the Buildin^. First-claSB Music and Befreshments will be provided. The Committee are sparing ta6 pains to make the entertainment a gociAl BtattceBB; A. T. BYKNE") Joint ISAAC JESSOP i Hon. Sees. DAIRY - FARMING On the North Coast. THE undersigned lias an unlimited sup ply of FIRST-CLASS FARMS FOE SALE CHEAP* suitable for daily farming or agriculture. W. SBCCOMBE, Upper Bticca Creek, via South Grafton. -BEGA— DISTRICT JOCKEY CLUB (Eegisterod under A.J.C. Rules). SPRING RACES. WEDNESDAY, 25th OCTOBER. 6 EVENTS. INCLUDING A HANDICAP TROT 1st Bace starts punctually at 2 p.m. Last Event at 5 p.m. ADMISSION : At Gate — Adults Is, Horsemen Is 6d; Saddling Paddock—2s 6d, Ladies Is. By order, JOHN UNDEBHILL, Secretary. —Nazaretto— CONVENT SCHOOL Jiov. 9th and 10th. GRAND ANNUAL ENTERTAINMENT. Drama "OJESSILJD^" AND -THE OPERETTA WJLL BE 8TA.QE...

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SIR GEORGE WHITE, V.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 20 October 1899

SIR . GEORGE WHITE, V.C A man just over the middle height, well-dressed, courteous but distinctly official, a kindly yet firm face, the look of a governor of men, and a born administrator— these are the main characteristics of General Sir George White, the new commander of the British forces in Natal. Sir George has gained hiB distinction chiefly in India. His early promotion was much retarded, seeing that he served as a regimental officer for 30 years He may be said to Lave been 'disco vered' by that great soldier and genial man, Lord Roberts. From that mo ment his advancement was by leaps and bounds, and ultimately he stepped into the shoes of the hero of Gabul and Candahar himself as Commander, in-chief of the forces in India. On relinquishing his post at Simla he was promoted to Pall' Mall, Like Frederick Sleigh Roberts, George Stewart White is an Irishman. A native of County Antrim, he was educated at Sandhurst, and took to soldiering at the age of 18. Joining the 27th Royal Iu...

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IN SPITE OF ALL. CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 20 October 1899

IN SPITE OF ALL. CHAPTER IX. It was not a lodging-house neigh bourhood, but moot of the windows displayed card* to the effect that dress makers, plain eewera, coal agents, lite assurance agents, knitters, tie., lived there, and affixed to the wall of the end house was a large yellow glass plate, with " Handel Jinks, Teacher of Mus'c and Piano Tuner " inscribed on it in old English lettering of a bold and striking combination of black and scarlet. j Tea was eet upon a small square table in tbe kitchen, drawn in front of the sofa, and a stout, elderly woman stood looking out at tbe end of tbe passage, preliminary to pouring boiling water on the tea-leaves already in the Britannia metal teapot. "They're here," she said, suddenly disappearing into the house again as Handel Jinks, accompanied by a young woman whose resemblance to the old one proclaimed her to be her daughter and Alice Pettigrew entered the pas sage. 4 It is hot, ma—dreadful hot! I'm almost) suffocated in this dress,1 sai...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COBARGO POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 13TH OCTOBER. (Before Messrs. F. G. Roberts and D. Tarlinton J's P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 20 October 1899

COBABGO POLICE COURT, 1 Friday, 13th October. (Before Messrs. F. G. Roberta to4 D. Tarlinton J'sP.) R. Ajtretts y. John Alien. Goods sold, £2 5a. Mr. BlomfieJd for plaintiff and Mr.; Cunningham for defendant. t The plaintiff swore: W. Tierney, in October and November last ordered some beef for the defendant. A short time afterwards the defendant came in and told him he would pay for the beef. I supplied the rest on the same understanding. On another occasion the defendant, when asked for pay ment asked we to wait and he would re what he could get out of Tierney. By Mr Cunningham : , I delivered the beef to Tierney for Allen. Don't know who used the beef. Did not know what terms Tierney was on with Allen. .Never told Allen he ought to prosecute Tierney. Tierney is outside the court. W. Tierney on oath: I was working for Allen 12 or 13 months ago. Got some meat from Annetts on Allen's; authority. Allen promised lo pay for it. By Mr. Cunningham : I was strip ping bark (or Allen, he was...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. LANCE AT COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 20 October 1899

GOBAEOO »Me. L«rd^ tte General Manager of the Nawfiouttf^al^tJreamery But ter Ooy./Aelivered a lecture on Friday evening on hit recent trip to Europe. Thp attendance WU very fair, and Mr. 3?. Roberts, J.P. (resided.„ Mr. Lance iUustratedhis remarka with' wane snapshots taken by himself *nd ■shown on canvas with the assistance wf a triagie labteriu' Ho explained ' thaithis principal object o£ his trip was to open top freah markets for his ^company's products, and be was sure - that, what fae had seen and done would prove of great advantage to the dairy farmers who supplied . milk to tbeir factories and creameries. It was ^difficult at first to grasp the magnitude •of the transactions with England in 1 butter alone. London imported last - year 160,000 tons, and of this New South Wales supplied only 2,000. This fact alone showed die possibilities be fore our dairy farjrpen. He. had made vatulactoiy arrangements for his own company for the better disposal of their butter, fie did this t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 20 October 1899

COUNTRY SHOWS- ' The Minister for Agriculture displays his newness to office by just dis covering that "shows" enjoying Government subsidy are held in places where they overlap, and he proposes to abolish this by applying the princi ple of one district one exhibition. He won't Bucceed any more than his pre decessors, everyone of whom, with equal lightness of heart, undertook the same contract. For each " township" that has its annual show will do as it has done before—threaten to secede from the colony rather than give up the one institution that it values. Go to any of these placeB, and the people all have the same story to tell. Things are terribly quiet, and no im provement is expected until "show time." Not that the show itself amounts to anything.'- There are the same big piemelons, and same bottles of home-made pickles, and the same crayon drawings by the children of the same local school on view year after year. But it is an occasion for the country people for miles around to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 20 October 1899

-OURTELEGRAMS- I (FbOX O^E^SroNBy'^JjaWffiOKDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. BotTBR, creamery. andfactory lOd, dairy 8Jdto93, cheeSS 4$d to 6d, bacon 5£d to 7£<J, bams 7|d to 6£d, eggs fid to 0d, fowls ~2b Od to 4a; duoks 3s 6d to 4b. J In tbe Queensland Assembly Daw* son's want of confidence motion db« feated.Jby 38votes to 29. In the Legislative Assembly yesteir* night-the dfebftte oil the New South Wales contingent lor the Transvaal «u resumed by Hughes who apposed the motion. Copeland strongly sup ported the proposal, moving an amend* ment expressing loyally to. the throne of England, a Jack Tar in the gallery warmly clapping his hands and making other demonstrations of approval. The Speaker ordered bis removal, but having apologised Jack Was allowed to remain. Ashton Bftid the war was an Utijust one and he would oppose the motion. Holman declared that the Rhodes gang was the sole'cause of the war,' and he (Holman) hoped the Boers would win because the war was most iniquitiou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COBARGO A. P. & H. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 20 October 1899

LCOBAEGO A- P. & H. SOCIETY. I A toiTtim of the comtnittee of the A. and H. Society was held on Mon jl&y last, the president, Mr. F. G. Roberts, in the chair. Other members hi 'attendance were :—Messrs. P. Wil-! BOti, J. P. O'Reilly, JaB. Walsh, - T. j Allen, G. Smith, J. Boyd, W. A. PaB8,M. Pike, Jas. Tarlinton, D. Tar linton and the secretary (T. Kennelly). A letter was received from tbe Mi ties and Agricultural Department asking for a copy of the last balance -sheet, of the Society. Mr. Pike moved abet Mr. J. P. O'Eeilly seconded "That the motion to excise the proviso i^-certain sec tions (that the exhibit!} bis made, br grown by the exhibito?) he now. re scinded."—Carried. The revision of th£> schedule. was thpn proceeded with apd conoluded. No alterations of an ii^>rtant nfcture were made. In the lilting Motion the .words "Jackson's .Vertical" .were; struck out with a view ijjjf allowing any class ef copybook to compete. It was. decided that the cl asses i...

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BALL AT BERMAGUI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 20 October 1899

BALL AT BERMAGUI. The ball which took' p'ace at Berma gui on Friday last in aid of the ' funds of the R. C. Church was even a gre . t r sucoesa than anticipated. There were about 40 couples present, including representatives from Cobargo, Tilba, Nelson and The Murrah. The hall was tastefully decorated with flags, ferns, burrawangB and flowers, and presented a really, gay appearance, thanks to thn decorative skill of Mis* Engstrom, The flass were kindly lent for the occasion by Messrs. A, Bucha nan and J F. Walker. The catering, which was of the best description, was done gratuitously by the ladieB. As those 'who assisted were so many we refrain from mentioning any nsines. The music was supplied by Miss Eng strom (piano), Messrs. Morgan (cornet) and Rysn and Phillips (violin). Mr. J. Engstrom made an efficient Ma'-, wliile Messrs. E. Edwards and J. Moorhead also rendered -valuable as sistance. Miss punsinore very kindly lent the piano. The proceeds realised amounted to £9 4s. The Cob...

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