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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 October 1899

CatTRQg SERVICES. •r^IVINE SEEVICES will bo conducted y in the district as follows ; — ROMAN CATHOLIC. .Mass celebrated at. 8.30 a.m. find 11.15 sum. every Sunday at Coburgo. Evening devotion every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. P. KENNY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. October 29—Cobar^o 11; Qua&nrn 2.30; Bermagui 7.30. G. SOAEES. WJtSLETAN. Oetober29—Central Tillia 11; Bermajui (3); Co bar&o 7.80. M. WALKEE.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 October 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. | iDaVB of 'its I Day of j Ban week, j Month | Rises *■ un I Moon Feta | Rises FBIDATf Fatitbdax ftdndat Monday Tuesday Wdnesd'y I THU.18DAY I Oct 27 J . 6 « 1 « 18 I 12 66 „ 28 Wl 59"i, <5 19 | 1 28 „ 29 1 4 58 | 6 20 | 1 58 30 r 4 57 | 6 21 | 2 26 „ 31 j 4 56 i 6 22 | 2 55 Nov II 4 55 | 6 23 I 3 25 „ 2 | 4 54 1 6 24 I 3 57

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 October 1899

COBARGO HOTEL. STSftraaxxa is ottGBT 10 $%. EXTENSIVE STAlllNC. ttPEfflEHCEH ftRDBM. juts fifalaa. Mr OFFICE HOTEL, OOBARGO. f. f.IMflli Proprietor. J. T. JCefttttii? tas much pleiware in 1v forming the residents of COBAR<5© and PorreundtagBiicr eta that lie has taken over 'theabove well-laiown Hotel, sod hopes by keeping tlie BEST BBANDS of WINES, :8 PI BITS, AIjES, to merit • fair 'share o'f support. • SPECIAL A1TENTION will be paid to -the trautB oT Commercial and -other Travel tars. Conwaodione Sample Booms available. GOOD STABLING ttnd a competent fgrootn in attendance. _ 3. T. K. bege to annonnce for the bene. Bt of visitors from tho T1I.BA, NOO HOOMA. BOCiiLA and NEKKiGONEAH t)I8TEICT8 that irs Hotel poeseseea nil the 'comforts of a home, While good horse feed and stabe accommodation are made speciali ties of the"e8teiblrahwent. The Central H°tel, bega. Under Aiv ££auag«ment. MRS. RAFTER i EOS to remind VISITORS to JBEGA D that they will find the ©ENTKAL I "Offers ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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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, 27 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 October 1899

Clpmttk For the cause that lacks astistance, For tie wrongs that need resistance, For the- future in the distance, And the good that we can do. Oobaego, Friday, October, 27 1899. "Thb suggestion made by successive Ministers and now repeated by the • present Minister for Agriculture, that, instead of holding annual Shows in towns only a few miles apart, these places shall arrange their exhibitions bienially or even trienially, is " nbt likely to be received with much favor in tlie country. And it should not'be. The city press in some instances taunt- j ingly states that these annual Shows are merely reunions where the people of the town and surrounding districts meet and exchange fraternal greetings with relatives and friends and enjoy themselves generally. This is quite true, but instead of being an occasion for objection is rather an argument, and a valid one too, in favor of the Annual Show. Country folk have not ■the chances for recreative amusement that the city person enjoys, a...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 October 1899

NOTICE. A Bed Bullock with star on forehead, white spot on off hip, near ear slit, top off off ear, and no brands visible has been running on my.land over two years. Owner can Iiaye same by paying agist ment charges. JOHN McVEITT, Wandella. LOST: A Black Collie dog with bally face. An swers to the name of " Toby." In formation of whereabouts will be gladly received at the office of this paper. I HOD BILL 11 CHEER wqil be held in the New School of Arts, NERBIGTJNDAH, —ON— FRZ2D^."3r JSTIG-ZHTT, 3bd NOVEMBER, NEXT, To Celebrate the Opening of the Building. Mist-class Music and Befreshments will be provided. Doable Ticket 5b- -Single 3s< The Committer, are sparing do pains to make tie entertainment a social success. A. T. BTRNE> Joint ISAAC JESSOP i Hon. Sees. DAIRY - FARMING On the North Coast. TEE undersigned hes an unlimited sup ply of FIKST-CLASS FARMS FOE "SALE CHEAP, suitable for dairy farming or agriculture. W. SECCOMBE, Upper Bneca Creek, via South. Grafton. TO TH...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO LET BY TENDER The Belowra Estate. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 October 1899

TO LET BY TENDER The Belowra Estate. CONSISTING of 4121 ACHES of LAND 46 miles south of Moraya.' This pro perty is well fenced and watered; and is divided into fifteen paddocks.. THE COUNTRY is well raited for graz ing purposes or for dairying. Particulars as to portions on parish map may be ob tained on application to E. A. H. Shepherd, Solicitor, Moraya, or to "the undersigned. Lease to be for a period of S cr 5 years. Bent to be payable half yearly in advance. Tenders will be received by the under signed up to and inclusively of 1st NOVEM BER, 1899. THE ACCEPTED LESSEE will be required 'to execute a Lease of the property (to be prepared by the Lessor's Solicitor) within two weeks from the acceptance of his tender, and immediately upon or as soon as possible after the execution of such lease possession "will be given. The lease will contain all usual covenants. TENDERS must include BU offer (to be stated separately) for the purchase of all cattle at present on the Estate, consisti...

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THE BATTLE OF ELANDSLAAGTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 October 1899

THE BATTLE OF ELANDS LAAOTE. - Fun. details are-now tohand relating the battle of Elandslaagte. It was really a most brilliant affair, die meo ■engaged'On both 'sides displaying con spicuous . braveiy. Major-General French,-"in cbtinntmd To(^ibe rBHtiHh cavalry in Natal, directed the opera tions of the British tr66p8, while the Boers " were under the command of General de Kock,' a prominent member of tbeTransraal VolkBrjtad. The Boers had captured the 'foilwa^ station and a'train some days previously, and made prisoner several Britishers, in cluding a number" of "-war "correspon dents, wio were proceeding to Glencoe from Ladysmith. After destroying a considerable p^rtioh*ef.thfe' permanent "way, tbeBtjera; totherinniberbfabbut 2000 men; t' t>k upstrong positions in the neighborhood ' and'; awaited the Britisbattack. Acting-tinder direc tions from Lieuteriant "General Sir George Stewart Whitej Ooinraartdpr-in Chief jof Katal, .. Major-General: French advanced and Jave the Boeria ^...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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The War. BATTLE OF GLENCOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 October 1899

The adaf. -jStiitoWtoEiicoE. FtntA particulars are now to hand re lating to the British victory at (Men coe. It appears that at «uc o'clock on j Friday morning, in clear weather, the 1 Ctrecht commando <«f 4000 Boers, with four guns, crossed the. Buffalo^ River by- way. of De Jager's, Drift, j about 10 tntleaeast of Dundee, find ■ occupied Impati fiillj some three miles east of GJencoe. .From the hill, which overlooks Dundee^ and is fully 800ft. ' high, the BoertS fired plugged shell into i the British camp. This was, however, all absolutely harmles .effort, the .shells.; doing bo. damage' whatever to - the ' British camp. . Brevet Major-General | Symons, who commanded the British forces, ordered the 13thi the.67th, and the 69th IPield Artillery batteries into fiction. The British artillerymen made splendid practice, a majority of the Boer guns,. being silenced and dis-, mounted .within an hour,: to the con- j sternation of, the. enemy, While the artillery duel was in pro...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BAZAAR SPORTS. (To be held in Mr. J. Sawtell's Paddock by kind permission) On Thursday, Nov. 9. PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 October 1899

BAZAAR SPORTS. (To be held in Mr. J. Sawtell's Paddock by kind permission) On Thursday, Nov. 9. MtO&KABHffE— Shooting Matnli (cliiy birds), tirst prize JS3; second £1; third 10s; entrance 8s.. ' ' ' Horse-jumping Oiigh Jamp). First pries 20ssecond 10s; entrance 2s. Handicap^Foot Race- First .prize JB2j second 15s; third 6s.; Nomination 2s; acceptancels, Three'leg Bace- First prize ISb ; teecond ' 5b. Entrance Is 6d. Potato Bace> Prize 10s. Entrance Is. Boys' Race trader 16yra. First prise -7a •6dj second 2s 6d. Entrance la Boys' Bace tinder 12yre. First prizeBs; second Ss6d; Entrance Is. Sack Bace- First prize 7s second Ss 6d .- Entrance Is. Kicking Football (placeldek.)' First prize 7s 6d, Becond 2s 6d, entrance Is. Thro win' Cricket Ball (longest dis tance). Prize 10s. Entrance Is. Throwing at Wickefr Frfw ios. Sn-. ■ trance Is, " • Entries lor Shooting and Handicap Foot Bace close Tuesday, 7m Noveinbfer at 8 p.m

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 October 1899

PASTURES AND STOCK PROTECTION BOARD (EDEN DISTRICT) NOTICE. M" OK, ATT AM will take de livery and pay for theTscaIps of Natire Dogs, Dingo Pups, and'Hares at Cobabgo on Saturday, 4th Novembek,. from the hours of 2 o'clock p.m. till 4 o'clock p.m. - By Order [IX be in COBABQO TO-DAY JOHN UNDEBHILL, Secretary. THESPIAN W. ACKEEEEY, Don Tailor, WILL VISIT COBARGO ON SATUR DAY. 28th INSTANT. Addbess : Keating'b Hotel.' raSffiSTJlffllHT, Department o£ Public Works, N.S.W., Roads Office, Moruya, V 24th October, 1899.'; TENDERS, addresses to the Clerk of Petty Sessions and endorsed "Xander for Road "Work," will be received, up to NOON on MONDAY, ;6th-Noyemljer, for works on the following roads':.1 Contract No. 8and 18 uuin South Coast road; 14 tend 24, Bodalla via Nowfooma to? Tilba; ,21, -Loaders* Ao Noorooma,. Tilba road; 23, Kiora road to the Bnna^SS, Brooman to Nelligen. SpeciSoations may be* seeta ait the Courthouse, Moruya, also for contracts 14,18,21, and 24-at Police-office; Centra...

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The Tenth Australian Eleven. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 October 1899

The Tenth. Australian Eleven. " In numerous.-ways the tour" (con tin nes our correspondent)'" has been" a neeklaceof records. In 35 matches Darling lost^he toes 21 times; , In J5 consecutive matchcs he only 'won" it once. No Austral team has_ ever Euffered more from dropsy where ' catches' wete concerned. fi.tCan.ter bury 13 were dropped, arid'Kent dropped on the victory. Barling, within 59 of his .2000 runs,^ breaks all re. cords, and well has he done the smash ing. Hi? 4-67-afc Hastings beiprethe. curtain fell was a magnificent display,, after four months' hard play. H« hit ■ 28'fourers, and &d not give a possible until ISO was totalled.. Ic was far and away his ; finest innings this trip La ver'a 60 covered him with glory and put hini sixth in the averages^-a modest, gentlemanly cricketer with the heart of a -boy. and. i;he.- pluck of two men. He * deadly-earned Jfohle has been disturbed by no concatenation of disasters at any time thtwighrat the; touK Silent and solid, h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 October 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (FbOH OUR SIDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. Butter, creamery and factory lOd, dairy 8 j to 9d, cheese to 6d, eggs 7d, bacon 4f to 7£, hams to SJd, fowls 2s 9d, to 4s. The Assembly passed the Supply Bill for £812,000, including £30,000 for the H.S.W. contingent for South Africa, and £268,000 for special works in anticipation of loans. The Bouse rosB at seven o'clock this morning. Norton declared that the Fort Kembla -Harbor scheme was a damned swindle, and rehiring to withdraw the expres sion the Chairman of Committees called upon the Serg^ant-at-Arms to remove .him, but Norton left the chamber of his own accord. During the debate a message from the Queen was read thanking the people of the colonies for their striking manifestations of loyalty and patriotism in voluntarily offering to send troops to co-operate with the Imperial forces in maintaining- the rights of British subjects in^ South Africa. Heir Majesty wished" the troops God sp^ed and a'safe return. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 October 1899

' The greatest depth, to which jt,£h?p . has been anchored is 2000-, fathomB— j. considerably more than twp. miles,... Up to May .Sl^tj. the/^Broken. ffll . "Proprietery. CiMn pany^ ,has distributed £7,541,600 indlvidenda^on shares.' ". A vineyard- or* the. Moselle.Vhich " contained only...oite ..(wire of -ground* .. recently sold for £12,000, ^high is the highest price eVer 3»id for a vineyard in the. Mosel 1 e terntpiy, or probably in v' the whole o'f thelthine.district.' ^ ThePope.when ayoung. man, was very short-sighted,- bat . as he^ grew . oldet- his range be«nne,longer. Ho usually Rears glasses for.reading print, liut the excellence of .his sigbt is, per- ^ haps, the aiort .noticsaWe feature of _ ' feu H^Uaeaa' jtfxikuig peponaliiy. J

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DEPABTUBE OF BEGA MOUNTED RIFLES for the TRANSVAAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 October 1899

DEPABTUBE OF BEGA MOUNTED RIFLES for the TBANSVAAL, (By our Special War Correspondent.) Ever since the idea of sending" a con*, tingent of the local Mounted Rifles to the scene of war in theTransvaal was mooted, the idea has steadily gained ground, ufltU the matter has. become, an accomplished fact. And what a send-off. they gotl Who amongst as could imagine the lethargic Bega people throwing cff their wonted quiescence and entering into the affair with an enthusiasm that ., bids fair to ellipse their more volatile New Zealand contemporaries. As im promptu affairs, Monday night's and Tuesday morning's proceedings have never been equalled in Bega. A smoke concert was arranged as a~ eend-off, and the enthusiasm that pre vailed was overpowering, this humble scribe for the nonce envying.' the dubious lot of the soldier bent on war fare. The National Anthem was sung with a fervor that boded ill for the brutal Boer, patriotic speeches were ' delivered by the gallant Major :——' and a host ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 October 1899

DEATH. TARLINTON.—On the 23nd instant, at 205½ Vic- toria-street, Darlinghurst, William Tarlinton, of Tarlintonville, Quaam, second son of the late W. D. Tarlinton, Bredbatoura, Cobargo, in his 66th year.—R.I.P.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

• It .may be Trans-vaalaable to , know; that itt ibe -fk»or lingo,"3^1 as £b Is called, krugcr' fo pronounced .R-r-e-B-ye-r aanear afl.j.oafc

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NORTH COAST LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

NORTH COAST L&NDS. (Br Rustic ) Op late titers has been some efflux r£ people from the South Coast to the North Coast to look for dairy farms, and, although perlmps few of those may b«s from tl-is district, yet the fact must be known to many .here; and by a late issue of the Chronicle I noticed an inducement published to th? dis trict. The Richmond, the Clarence, and the Iit-llinzer districts ser-m to be the chief fe.-itures of attraction, and very likely the Comboyne will br another. Having a knowledge of some of these .parts, perhaps a little infor mation may be of interest to some of your readers. As the Richmond is pretty well known and can hold Ub own as a dairying district, there aie a l»ood many South Coast farmers to be found on the Orara (a tributary of th»' Clarence), and on Lower Bucca Creek (a tributary of the Oiara.) These men arrived some years ago, (-elected go d agricultural land, and with that per severance and fruga'ity characteristic of many South Coast da...

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ON THE TREADMILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

ON THE TREADMILL. Mr. George Griffith, who in writing a series of articles in "Peir6on's Maga zine," «n "Sidelights ■on Convict Life,* describes, in the September number, a convicts experience when under going a sentence of "Two Years' Hard Labor." After describing the "Wheel* house" at Kingston Prison, where the tread wheels are climbed, the writer remarks;— Not the least interesting feature of this depressing house of the everlisU ing stairs is the difference between the way in which the work is tackled by the old hands and the new ones* Just opposite to the gallery On which we were standing was a compartment occupied by a cleanly-liuilt young fellow of about 22. Saving for the monotony of ihe exercise, the wheel apparently troubled him very little. As each step of the 'staircase' came under the edge of the wooden parti tion on which the handbars are fixed, his foot slipped up - on it and rested there with no apparent effort until it was time to move it up again. On either side of...

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BEGA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

BEflA DISTRICT HOSPITAL- I The meeting of members advertised for Friday last was well attended, Mr. P. H. Wood in the chair. The hon. sec. Mr. Lee, read a hngthy report fchowing all the circumstances Jeading up to the appointment of a trained > urse, and also giving details of the squabbles between matron and nurse wl.ich it is not necessary to give here. He also read the matron's report which showed that from the opening of the Hospital in 1889 everything went stino hly a til Nurse Bu t r appea e' on t! e scene. Mr. Braine proposed :" " That this special general meeting of subscribers has full and ur diminished confidence in the skill and capacity of Mrs. Clarke as matron, nurse, and general manager of the domestic ar rangements of the Hospital during the past ten years and a half." The mover made a stirring speech in defence of Mrs. Clarke's long services to the Hospital, showing that about 2U0 patients had been treated at the Hos pital, 150 of these speakicg in high } praise o...

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NOTES ON THE SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

NOTES ON THE SITUATION. (By ''Rooinek" in"D.T.") The Impati-bill fight is over, and the fit Id of El&ndslaagte has been fought, and lott, and won. Boers and Bri tiEbers have had a fair first trial of strength. Each side wiil henceforth ret pec t the other more thoroughly than heretofore, at-d although the- much dreaded" racial war has commenced with a veritable sea of blood, it is some advantage to know that, roan to man, ' at least, the present Boer army is no match for the trained British legions. At Glencoe it would appear that the attacking and defending armies were about equal; but when the Britishers, from being on the defensive, changed places with their opponents, and stormed, tbo Impati Heights, the Boers had all the advantage of men and po sition. It was Mojuba-Mll over again, only the part& of the players- were re-j versed. On the morning of the 27th February, 1881, .General Sir' George Colley,- Governor and Comniander-in. : Chief of her Majesty's forces i...

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