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'Evil to him who evil think." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

1 Evilto him who evil flunk* " : THEY SAT: That fie calf-love fever is sii'J unabated among the hobbledehoys, despite ■ the many and viiried rebuffs they experience; bat : That a couple who were waiting in. the; usual " dark corner" for their beBt girls, " fell in" badly when in the darkness they ranged up alongside a mother and sister— inistalen identity. . That the pretence of our junior policeman at Bermtigui, gave a peaceful and quiet. appearance even to the sea; and That the habitual curses of the sailors were more subdued than ordinary, after an officer hod been cautioned for " lan gwidge"; and That in this respect it would be better if the resident policeman's ears were quick ened when patrolling the wharf. ■ That ' Tuberculosis Eobinson" declares the dairy herds in Cobargo district are. freer from his " special grievance" than those he had inspected further Bouth. That Cobargo C.C. opens the season with Nerrigundah to-day, Cobargo men being the visitors. That the Association...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHO AEE THE BOERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

WHO AEE THE BOERS Now that the Boers have pr&cti.aliy declared war against Great Britain— their suzerain—public attention is na turally centred upon the people who can be guilty of an act so supremely foolish. AVho are the Boers ? One sen tentious answer to the question is—: " The Boers are a race of born and bred slave.dri'vers." This is the true secret of all the trouhle they have brought j upon themselves during their chequered career, and it lies at the root of the mischief which has now impelled them in crass obstinacy t.i throw themselves. upon their doom. In defence of their ideas on the divine origin of slavery the ' Foretrekkers" of 1835 went into the wilderness, leaving Cape Colony behind them in indignation on account of the firmness of the Biitish Govtrn ment in setting nil (lie slaveg free throughout every portion ef the King's dominions. In 1833 the great anti- ' slavery 'agitation—initiated first in Parlicttutr-t tea yeare previously by Mr. 1 Buxton, the grand...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEUA RIVER HANDICAPS. HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

DEUA EIVER HANDICAPS Handicap. E. Bunn. %ds ; W. TulHck, 4; E. Storman, 4 ; A. Hoskirw, 6 ; S. Kil kelly, 6A. Lynch, 6: H. Parnell, 7 ; C. Hughes, 8 ; J. Coppin, 9 ; J. Cor bett, 9 ; J. Kelly, 9; F. Roberts, 10 ; A Herbert, 11; V. Gildea, 13; G. Rose, 15 ; P. Davidson, 15; M. Vaughan, 15 ; It, Lynn, 15 ; J. Con nors, 16 ; J. Buckley, 16; R Whitta ker, 16; €. Hylar.d, 16. HCRDLE8. E. Storman 3yds, E. Bunn 3, W. Tullick 3, S. Kilkelly 8, C. Hughes 9, P. Pdrn' 1 9, A. Lynch 9, V. Gildea 15, G. Rose 17, E. Lynch 17, R. Lynn 17, J. Curran 20.

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

In Germany when . the vote of the; jury stands six against six, a prisoner is acquitted. A vote of seven against' five-leaves the decision to the court, and on a vote of eight against four the prisoner is convicted.. ■ At the present moment Sydney ranks as the third city in the Empire, esti mated on the basis of the annual rat ing value* It p036esB6s a population of about 400,000, the capitalised value of the Tate4ble property being £90,000 000. .There are alioiit 90,000 lionses.; and business premises, Covering an - "iarea of nearly.9.0,000 acrep. The" an. j nuai rating yalue of'the metropolitan property is nearly £5,000,000. I

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MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

MORUYA. (From ode own Correspondent.') I have been absent Borne days fiom town undergoing an examination for servi< e in the Transvaal, and would have been choa'-n only that my crtdi tois seamed to h-.v. at objection t> my t^oing to a country to £jll of danger; and the cast in mv eyes seemed to tell against.pie, the affliction giving me the cppaaranceof an inclination to look any w$yl>ut ^straight in front—at.,I he" enemy. I bavo also been gazetted a J.P., judge of punsters, and by the 8'xth of the month I hope to have an 'army of^poor punsters and weak wits, on the way to the scene of slaughter there toflatfen out the whole Boer fraternity with bad punB. The dreamers were much in evidence during Caulfield Cup week. Many dreapit a favorite but none happened to be the winner. Night visions of the Melbourne Gup winner have now presented themselves to the dreamers. One said he dreamt he wa8 drowning, when an individual in circus attire came to his rescue;-he asked bis ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DELIRIUM OP DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

THE DELIRIUM OP DKESS When in doubt blame the newspapers is a maxim many people act on. One of tlieir number, ''The Looker-on," in the September number of "Black wcod,'' sounds the note of alarm in regard to the ever-extending length of our diessmakers' and milliners' bills. Here is the indictment in a few "words:— "The craving for notoriety which ia at the same time inspired and grati fied by the newspaper press has over come the crowd of idle rich women as readily as other folk. To them the laty journalists appears with help to their only way of satisfaction, and by degrees her account in the public press of Mrs. B.'s wonderful appear ance in one turnout, the dream of loveliness presented by Lady C. in another, has stimulated a competition of co3t and display in dress which has never run so high as this season. But the consequent mischief ends not where it began. It is not only to a tew hundreds of fine ladies, of course, that the competition appeals. At the same moment many wealt...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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WEEKLY CALENDAR, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR, i Ui.ysot h'I Day of | So? I ' sl' on \v--rk - I Month j Risen j "eta . 1 U'>M -TMOAY ■ Oct 3 | 4 53 | G 25 | i-A'MtUiAY t „ 4| 4 62 . 6 26 j Sunday | ' -5 | 4 62 1 C 26 IloSOAY i „ 6 1 4 511 0 27 1 Tkknii Y .. 7 | 4 5<J C V8 , WU)"Kf'B Y I Nov 8 '4 49 | C 20 > 1HWMSK * I 9 4 48 | 0 80

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

COBARGO HOTEL. svEK-rraiNa as it etj&ST so be. EXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCED CROOM. James Graham. Proprietor. J. T. Keating has much pleasure in •ii forming tbe residents of COBAEGO and •SiItrrtunding'PiiiirctB that he haB taken over ''the above well-known Hotel, and hopes by, keeping the BEST BRANDS of WINES. -'SPI KITH, ALES, etc., 'to -merit a fair "share of sapport. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be ra'd to 'the wants of Commercial and other Travel ■lere. Commodious Sample Booms available.. 'GOOD STABLING and a 'competent 'groom in attendance. J. T. K. begs to annonnce for the bene fit of visitors from 1h<* TELBA. NOO BOOMA. EODALLa and NEKlilOUNEAH ^DISTRICTS tbat hifi Hotel possesses nil the comforts oPa home, while good hor&e feed and stabe accommodation ^remade speciali ties ef tbe establishment. HORSES & BUGGY FOR HIRE The Central BEG A. "trades 'jSew BSaaggeibe&t. MRS, -fiAITEB EGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA J) that they will 'find the ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

LOCAL AUD GENERAL NEWS We have been requested - to state that refreshments will be provided at the Ha'l on each day of the bazaa commencing at 3 p.m. Mr. Superintendent Bathgate has promised the Pi oaress Committee that he wiH fence the dangerous waBliaway near Mr. Dunsuiore's residence. As the day approaches the interest in (he Bazaar Sports to bo held on the 9th instant, becomes keener. Entries for the shooting contest and the foot race close on Tuesday next. Next issue of the Chronicle will appear on Saturday 11th instant Advertisers will please note the change ; all advertistinents for inser tion that week must reach us by Fri day at 12 o'clock. Ma. A. E. G. Robinson, Veterinary Inspector under the Board of Health, arrived in Cobargo on Saturday and has commenced an inspection of the dairy Tierda. So far he has only con d nm?d five head, which were de*troyed and proved to be suffering from tuber-' culrsis. Mr. Bobinson says the dis trict is comparatively free from dieeaBe. On We...

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, NOVEMBER, 3 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

jfor the camc that lacks assistance, JFur (he icronge that need resistance, J?ar the future in the distauce, And the good that we ca- do. -cobabgo, Fh;dav, November, 3 1899. Thk pnWio meeting of Bfga Hospital subscribe) s held on F: id«j' for the pur pose of endorsing or ootid- inning the action of the Committee in connection with the receDt troubles At that insti tution -came to the only possible de ■ci'ion after hearing fhe speeches of ; Messrs. Braine and Pell who respec tively represented the pro-matron minority and the committee, and it was the only course of aotion which could bring about that efficient man agement so necessary to ensure the TV,.]fire of fhe patients *nd the Hos pital. The squabbles, which at times "were Humiliating to the parties con cerned, are familiar to all, and it "would s°rve no go®d purpose to re capitulate them at the present juncture. Charges and counter charges were smade by Mrs. -Clarke und Nurse fiutter, in many instances trivial and ,-almoat ludi...

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IN SPITE OF ALL, CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

IN SPITE OF ALL, ■■CHAPTER XII. The old laily at once agreed wiili hip', and prouii;ed to make it a qui's tion of a personal favor to herself, since ono of hor nieces was taken ill and wanted her to visit her, and as it was not possible for Margaret to ac -company her she would like to s< e her settled be "ore the lt-ft Constable House, So, with Lidy CoustaMe's assistance, Margaret was easily persuade! to agree with their suggestion, though f he was somewhat bewildered by the haste with which all was settl* d, and matters "were'hurriedly prat in hand to have .everything ready by the appointed time. The infection of haste spread, and everyone seemed to have a leverish ■anxiety (o liavo tlie marriage over, And Margaret scarcely Inew whether she were dreaming or awake, she lived in such a whi.I. She never knew how she liad been brought to £ive so quick an assent, but somehow it had seeuud impossible for her to do otherwise, and Harold's de votion—he wa<> quite ...

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

!> CEUBOE SERVIOES. ♦ TVUTE SERVICES trill be conilneted in tlio district as follows :— ROMAN CATHOLIC. Mass celebrated nt 6.30 a.in. iai-111.15 a.ui. every Sunday at Ooljargo. TEvcning devotion every Sunday at 7.30 P.1B. P. KENNY.. ClfUBCH OP RNOLAND. -November A—Coljargo (H.C.) 11; Dignam's Creek 2.30 j Till»7.30. G. SOAKES. WESLEY AN. M. WALKEK.

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS. (From oce Sydney Correspondent.) London j'uepday. ■A severe engagement took place on Monday at Elandslaagte road, the British lost between 60 and 100 killed and wounded, the enemy's loss was much heavier. The artillery duel lasted two hours.' The enemy steadily attacked Greenwood's infantry and meanwhile the British cavalry did good service. A body of Lancers vainly endeavoured to draw the enemy into the open. Colonel Hamilton re'nforced Greenwood at 9 p.m. The enemy brought up fresh guns and Greenwood' retired from a, position he had gallan'ly held f>r five hours. 12,000 British and 20,000 Boers were engaged. It if officially stated ihit the Royal Irish Fusiliers and First Jiatta'ion Gloucester Regiment capitulated to the Boers after losing heavily. Kruger is at Glencoc. Gen eral White attributes no blame to the officer commanding the two regi ment?, and says the position proved untenable. The surrendered num bered 42 officf>ri< and 1500 men. The Boe...

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THE DECLINE OF CRICKET IN BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

THE DECLINE OF CRICKET IN BEGA. (Bt Iag 'Glance.) As each successive ■cricket season approaches, it becomes more obvious that a-'dectufence t>f that "king of games'' is setting in, and -as a very: natural «jpBsequence, we plague oui^ selveswiththe perplexing query:-To wbat'do we attribute its decadence? The answer ishot for to seek,. To my iuind, tlre who'e librae rests with that /moribnnd bsdy'known as the Southern Counties - Cricket .Association,• which Ins for-its olgeot the fostering ami --promotion of cricket j but which,: : anomalous . as it niay appeal, .is -iaRguredly aCcfcmplishing its antithesis. —Undoubtedly_~t}w primp factor respon sible,.for this - undesirable state of ^ffairsis jbke prominence given by. -the. --Association to-junior {!) gradecricket ;to the/ detrimpnt of jtea-orgrade, in gteater- interpat ip mani ^festedtby -lhe public.'. Ax»pt!ier great ■jdiBabilityis the inequality of contest Ing clubs, for which no, provision lias ever twen made by tlie AModiatlo...

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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 — 3 November 1899

BAZAAR SPORTS. (To be held in Mr. J. Sawtell*s Paddock by kind permission) On Thursday, Nov- 9. PROGRAMME Shooting Matfth (clay birds). First prize £,i; second £1; third 10s; entrance 3s. Eorse-jammng (tigh jump). Eiwt prise 20s ; second lOs; <ptiance 2e. Handicap Foot Race- ' Flret prize £2; second 15s; tiurd Ss; domination ,2s; acceptance Is. - Three leg Race- Rrst pri®e IBs; second St. Entrance 16 64. Potato Race- Prize 10s,- Entrance Is. Boys' Race under I6yrs>. First ^jrize 7s' 6d; second 2s 64. Entrance ]s Boys' Race andcr 12yrs. First prise 6s; second Ss6d; Entrance Is. Sack Race- First prize 7s 6d; second 2s 6d; Entrance Is. - Kicking Football (place lack.) First prize 7s 6d, second 2s fid, entrance Is. Throtoia' Cricket Ball (longest dis tance). Prize 10a. Entrance 16. Throwing at Wicket- Prise lOs, En trance Is.. 1 Entries for Shooting and -Hundicap Epot Bwcc close Tuesday, 7ti Noveinbfrat'6 p.i», THOS. KEl^KUSir,, ' • ..» ,Hon. Sec.

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

It is probable thut theie are a good many Africanders and Dutch from Cape Colony and Natal fighting with the Transvaal and Orange Free State Boers. A recent cable s'ated that there were 30,000 Boers engaged in invading Natal * then there must be 10,000 attacking Mafehing and Kira berley, and another 5000 spread over the country in between. ■ Take thfe number scattered dt other places, and reckoning some at leastkept in reserve at Pretoria and JdHanheitburg, and the t tal reaches something like 60,003 men. This, r.t cbursn, ■ supposing the cable reports as to nUmbsrs at different points to be correct. "WANTED A YOUNG MAN <or LAD to assist in Milking and run,Ire himself generally useful on the Dairy A. TABLINTON, Murrabrine. iOs REWARD. "J" OST frOMi Bodalla a Dark Grey Bone, I i Branded HB on near shoulder. Above reward paid upon return to £. BROWN, BodnJla. WANTED. WANTED by a couple of fly-afflicted bachelors, 2 fly-proof safes, or the aUena' Ive mentioned ii last weet?a...

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EDEN, FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

EDEN. FAREWELL. The E.len Free Press has gone over, and we print tbe editor's parting curse to tbe people among- whom ibe papr-t circulated. The '' Voire that brea-h d o'er Eden," contenif orarifiously with the Free Press, is charged by the lat ter with destroying ■ 1- git'inate news* paper enterprise in the dis'rict l>y its cheap advertising rates. Following is the curse:— •' We have tppnt some throe years in the vain attempt to hoist you up to the lfVf 1 of a third rate village, but have failed ; the materials we'have bad to operate upon have teen adamantine, l heir origin dating far back ' into pre. lfstorics, and their disco vfiry an a cow dent which has cost the discoverer hard cash and - superhuman effort which, you may suppose, he regrets to day. We cannot Bay good bye without a slight reference to the Voiceless rug published in another ancient village coi"po-ed of Bimilar materials, and which, in its ignorance, has destroyed newspaper work in the diatrist by ad. vertieing...

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

(Br'^EMo) ILoyr that the excitement. occaeioned by the fire, ,the races, Jibe -degarture of the Mounted Rillm for the. "Transvaal, apd last-, but Viy no mea!(j.B le«B', the Hospital amenities,. tbe:,itown his again assume! its not-fljal . state of quiescence. Consequently tlmre is * dearth of sensational " copy" But mention ot the South African" detach nipnt recalls the fact that three of. tbe lojal volunteers were unfortunate enough to fail in passing the.stringent medical examination prescribed by the military authorities. - . Thus th-se would-be Bore-baiters ere- -reluctantly compelled to return to the joyful arms of the girh they didn't. leave behind them. The unlucky (br is it lucky)) trio are'.—Sergeant Manning, and Privates, Abrahams apcl Waterson. Some of the horses have also been re turned as being unsuitable. The war fever has shown no signs of abatement yet, but is, if such a thing be possible, op the increase. It possesses-the peculinr faculty of mani festing itself in d...

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THE DAIRIES SUPERVISION ACT. A Tilba Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 November 1899

fHEDAMS SUPERVISION ACT. I .. .A Tilba Case. •; A cXfiEtif conBtderableimportance to ^ daiSy'-farmera »as heard' before- Mr. -• Elliott, ' P.M., at -the Oentra.1 Tilba ' Politfe" Court laBt Thursday, wlieu tfbhn,'ioung Was proceeded against for supplying eiilk to the N'.S.W. Creiv ^rieryCo.whilst not having his dairy registered; Sergeant Maguire, of Moraya, conducted the prosecution, "'and Mr. "Cunningham appeared for ;the defendant, who entered a plea of <ndt guilty. Sergeant Maguire, on oath, havutg ■produced his autLo- ity to aet, stated Wat defendant had registered his -dairy on 5th 'November, 1898, but that expired on 31st December of the -BEime year. In consequence of com plaints mode, he had inspected ' Young's premises on 14th March last, «4d found thi • premises were not in accordance with the requirements of - the Act. 'The pigs were not the required distance (50ycU) fiom the dair^ premises and 'milking yards. <Quietly pointed this- out -to Young, ■an...

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

Go from home to get news. T! e Co-operator, *n American-Startler saya 1—"Sydney, N, 8. W., owns and operates its'own street oars. No fare is charged. It is f.aid citizens do not stay up nights in order to get more than their share of riding.'" ■ : At Elahdslaagte^the British bayonet routed the .doers'and completed the victory. This 'wis only to lie expected, Never yet has a British bayonet charge failed, andto the Boera it was a new experience. A well known in' fantry officer, who served in the last r-xpedition against the Boers, when seen yesterday by a Daily Telegraph representative, said thai It was only within the last - few. months that the Boers had befen Armed - with bayonets, and they evidently feared them. Only once before the Eliindslaagte affair was the bayonet uapd against them, and then only in-' an isolated case. " It Was at Laing'cNek,4' he said; " a treacherous Boer waV about to shoot -a-Wounded'private .of* the! E8th regi ment,' when^T® ^comrade ran him through.' Af...

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