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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 November 1899

COBARGO HOTEL. STz&Trazm as is ovgsi to ss. EXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCED CRDOM. James {ralaa. ?OST OFFIGS HOTEL, COBARGCX Proprietor. •J- T. Seating hlaa much pleasure in forming the residents of COBAKGO and Sumundhifr ©i»tr ctB tfaftt be has taken over the above well-known Hotel, and hopes by keeping the BESI BBANDS of WINES, -15PI BITS, ALES, etc., to merit a fair "share o? support. SPECIAL ATTENTION -Will be paid to the wants of Commercial and other Travel We. ConmodiouB Sample Booms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent ^room ki attendance. •#. T. K. begs to announce for the bene* fit of visitors from th>- TILBA. NOO BOOMA. UODALLA end NE1UUGUNDAH t)I8TRICCS that h's Hotel pofSPnEea nil the •comforts-of a home, While good iioree feed «nd stabe accommodation are made speciali ties of the establishment. HORSES & BUGGY FOR HIRE The Central BEGA. * Kent ra&agge&xe&t. MRS, RAFTER BEGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA that tliey will find the...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 November 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Bishop "■Sammy" Thobnton, -of Ballarat, (Victoria), who has severely / criticised tbe morality of Australians generally, is reported to be thinking of resigning. It is stated that his stipend fell from £1200 to £566 last year, hence the contemplated resignation. Things have changed since the Be-1 deemetfa Day, when theapoatlea were tald not to carry a second enit of clOihes. . j The following will play for Dry River against Uobargo to-day :—W. and'E. Boyd, T. and G. Tnskip, M. and J. Walsh, Logau, Murray, Barrett, and E Tl Hyland, with D. Inskip emer ge110^ ' During the week we have had some fine rains,-,not heavy, but quite suffi cient, and with reasonable weather following, gra-8 and crops are growing at a great rate. To all appearance we are going to have a really good summer. At the regular monthly meeting of the . Bega District Hospital, Nui>e Ricketts was appointed ina'ron, and Me srs. Bloaifie'd and Jardiue were elected to the vacancies on the commit...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 11'99 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 November 1899

tik Ctowcle. For die cause thai lacks assistance, For the prongs that need resistaiice, For the future in the distance, And. the good that ice can do. Cobargo, Saturday, November. 11 '99. This move now being made by the Bega people to organise a body -whose duty will be' to watch the general interests of that important district is ft wise one and should have beentaken long ago., Bega is the''most populous centre in the four electorates (Cooma, Eden-Bombala, Moruya and Bega), and yet, to an outsider specially, there ^ appears a lack of appreciation by the inhabitants themselves of the grand resources-of the district, and the great possibilities in itB future development. Its geographical position, great natu ral advantages, and picturesque situ ation, aided by the development which must takfe place when the federal impetus is felt in the country, mark it as the site of one of the cities which -will spring up with the march of agricultural, industrial and commer cial enterprise. But w...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCHOOL OP ARTS SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 November 1899

SCHOOL OP ARTS SPORTS. The variety programme in connection with the effort being made by the School of Arts Committee to lift the debt at present resting on the institu- tion attracted a fair number of specta- tors. The day was beautiful fine and cool, and the running tracks in Mr. J. Sawtell's paddock had been pre- viously put in repair by the manage- ment. The opening event was delayed   a little by the tardy arrival of shooters, and it must have been 2.30 before the clay bird match commenced. The two big events of the day (the shooting match and handicap) did not receive the support reasonably expected, but towards evening there was an inclina- tion on the part of onlookers to enthuse on the minor items. The marksman- ship in the first round of the shooting was distinctly bad, Alf. Sawtell scoring first kill. When the gunners began to throw off their stage fright, the prac- tice improved, and a good contest en- sued, T. Kennelly making consistent shooting and winning...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Pretty Stepmother CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

A Pretty Stepmother CHAPTER I. She wns not long in discovoi ing tliat ■he loved Maurice Everard, but she had some li'tie dread of beconvng stej - mother to tro girls aluioat aa old as herself, although they had so far pro fessed the greatest friendship for her.' She begged (or time to think over Maurice's proposal, and it was three months before she gave him a promise to be his wife. From the time she had left the Rectory until her arrival at Hawkaworth as its mistress, she hod not seen her step-daughters, and she had not been quile sure as to the spirit ° in which they were about to accept her in her new relationship. This last hour, however, had unde ceived her, if she had formed any liopes of the meeting being a pleasant one. Madge looked up as her stepmother spoke, an irresolute look on her fair ' little face, a half petulant droop on her lips. Already her facile spirit was ' all but won, and she had almost gone over to the enemy; but a thought of Olive and the severe catechism ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WRSLEYAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

TPSSLKTAX. November 19—Central Tillm 11; Dignam'B Creek SJSOi Cobargo 7.80;

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

JVfrs. Woodbai*ne, •> ENGLISH LECTURESS —AtfD— Scientific Palmist, May be consulted at MRS. SALWAY'S, MOEUYA-KOAD, COBAEGO, on SA TUEDAY and MONDAY, 18th and 20th INSTANT. Bead inej—2/6 FOR 2 MAYS OiSJUY. WEDNESDAY <£• THURSDAY, ' S2&& 8c 23rd November. PHOTOGRAPHERS OF BEGA, WILL VIBIT COBAEGO ONABOViS ID-A-TE . Studio next Graham's Hotel open from 9 a.m. till <j p.m. Family Groups, Eesideuces, Cattle, &c., Photographed. LETTERS GRAHAM'S HOTEL. WOOD & MORTON, PHOTOGRAPHERS. NOTICE. HAVING secured a 14 h.p. Engine for the Narira Sawmills, I am now pre pared to supply TIMBEE in any quantity on shortest notice at bedrock price. Qua lity guaranteed. W. ELTHEEENGTON. Two and a Half Hours Laughter. SCHOOL, OF ARTS. Saturday & Monday, 18th and 20fch INSTANT. MX- ERHfiSf"lOSKlHO, Ventriloquist and Conj rer, and the original Exposer of the Mellon Frauds "VXTILIi give one of his Unique Enter TT taininents as shown before the vi...

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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 — 17 November 1899

| OUR TELEGRAMS (Fbom "Oue Sydney Correspondent. ) Sydney, Thursday. Butter, creamery and factory 9|d, dairy 8d to 8£d,eggs 6W to 7Jd, hams 7£d to 9d, bacon, 4|d to 7Jd, cheese 4d to 5|d, la the Assembly Wise stated that Oogblan had been informed that leave of absence would be granted him from his duties on Public Service Board for one month, and it was not expected that at the end of that period he would reBume his duties on the Board, but it was hoped or tain arrangements which were now in progress would be com pleted securing Ooghlan his right to a pension under the Civil Service Act. A fire broke out in McLean Bros., Rigg & Go's premises yesternight com pletely burning out the top floor. A man named Isaac Porter was killed at Temora through taking car bolic acid in mistake for stout. The mail steamer Britannia takes 11,300 boxes of butter, being the largest shipment thHt ever left gydney. London, Wednesday. Sir Michael Hicks-Beach states that this war destroys all previo...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHUBCK OR [?]NGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

Or ENGLAND. kovember ip—cobaxtfo 13; berznajfui (H.C.) 2.30; tubft 7 jo. G. Scares,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OHUROH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

OETTEOE SERVICES. asfoUoTrat— .SOMAN CATHOLIC, Stan cdebn&ed at 8.30 &.m. and 11.15 b.tb. every Sands? ftt Coh&rgo. IbTe&i&g devotion every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. T. Kzsxr.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAZAAR BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

BAZAAR BALL. This ball came off on Friday and -de spite the drain on local pockets made by the bazaar of the previous nights, the attendance was alii'ht, about 35 couples being present. Mr. G. Camp bell undertook the duties of M.O., ttr music was provided by the Berraagui trio, Miss Engstrom, Mr. Phillips and Mr.*Morgan,-while the refreshments were kindly provided by the ladies. Over £8 were the gross takings. Fol lowing is a list of dresses worn :—Miss; L. Sal way, cream coat and skirt butter cup satin front; Miss Boyd, pale blue ;: Miss Bose Salway, white with pink shot streamers; Miss Kate Guilvoet,: white with buttercup sash ; Mies Sal way, pale blue corduroy, white satin trimmings ; Miss Annie Sawtell, white; Miss Elsie Chambers, holland costume ; Miss Ethel* Salway, ' hclland blouse, black skirt and sash.; Mrs. Greenwood, white blouse, grey skirt; Miss Boyd, buttercup ; Mrs. Pennefather, white ; 'Mies H. Sawtell, white; Miss Alice Whiffen, pink blouse black skirt; Miss H. Henr...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BRIGHT SIDE OE THE PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

"THE BRIGHT SIDE OE THE PIC TUBE. *War has been declared, and with it the ki.eil lias been struck of the so •cilled Republic, wl.ich for years lia * teen barring the road to liuman pro press and nia'eriaJ development in South Africa. Thu knell is struck ttlso of the Ora g^ Free Stuie aa tin independent or^aniaui, for owii g to the fatucus; policy of the ci&u who for the present occupies the presidential «<?at she has thrown in her lot with her grossly ignorant and stubbornly retrogressive neighbor. Th»y have elected to stand or fall together. If the knell implirs death and darkness, there are, however, a glad sound in the ■air and a gleam of li-ht on the horizon for the dawn has opened of a united "fiou'h Africa, with equal rights for ■every white man, from the Cape to the Zambesi, and perfect liberty atid free ■dom for tbe black man, bo long as he obeys tbe law of the colony in which iie lives. Great Britain will in the future legislate tor millions of •■whites a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WELLESLEY OUTRAGE. Arrest of the Perpetrator by Constable Branch. A Full Confession. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

THE WELLESLEY OUTRAGE. Arrest of tfie Perpetrator by Con stable Branch A Full Confession Since the Mountain murdcrsJ for whioh Bailer was banged, and the Gatton atrocities (which to the eternal discredit of the Queensland police re main unavenged), nothing has shocked the v/hole colony so much as the dastardly and ruffianly attack made on Miss Huie, a school teacher at Wellesley, near Delegate, some weeks ago. The particulars, which are pretty familiar to all, are brit-fly these: Miss Huie, some time after dismissing the school, was about leav ing for home, when a man coming out of the scrub asked hur for. a drink of water. She at once commenced to comply with the request, and when in the act of stoopiri^&.t the tunk, which was beside the school building, the ruffian caught hold of her, and using her very roaghly attempted to assault her. With fine courage and much strength, the young girl fought her assailant, and managed to get away from him. Hp ran after Iter, and more fi...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ASSOCIATION CRICKET. Dry River v. Cobargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

ASSOCIATION CRICKET. Dry Paver v. Cobargo. The opening match of the season in Association cricket was played by the above elevens in Cobargo on Saturday, Dry River winning by 8 wickets. The teams were even in strength, Cobargo being if anything the better in bowling and fielding, but in the batting de partment the Dry River men were individually superior. The visitors anticipated a certain defeat, but the "glorious uncertainty" was exempli fied in the innings of Murray, whose 39 although of great service to hiB side, atd characterised by hard and plucky play, was not chanceless. The game was practically a one innings match, . and the two innings played left nothing to choose between the teams. The Cobargo men after com piling 90, relied on their quartette of howlers to even matters, but in spite x>t frequent changes the score passed that of tlie home team, finally stopping at 108. J. Constable, playing, for Cobargo, made 46 by steady and. ser viceable cricket, while Frank Tarlint...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Across the Atlantic on the Bed of the-Ocean. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

Across the Atlantic on the Bed of the-Ocean. Mb. Simon Lake, an American en gineer, is going to cross the Atlantic on the bottom of the ocean with his new submarine boat tbe Argonaut. A year a£o he-made a thousand mile trip on the bottom of Chesapeake Bay ■ in his first submarine boat. This was the first long distance voyage in a submarine boat in the world's history. It was a realisation in part of the French novelist Jules Verne's Nan. tilus, described in bis famous book, " Twenty thousand leagues under tbe sea." It was the success of that voyage that encouraged -Mr. Lake to undertake the world's startling feat of crossing the Atlantic in a submarine boat. Four months ago he began to rebuild his boat and make it an ocean going craft, the like of which no marine architect had dreamed of be fore. The new submarine boat Was' made by cutting the old Argonaut in two, and using the.two parts bb bow and stern, and building an entirely new hull hetwien ,and joining them to-5 gether. This ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

The mat*. The position in Natal, which was con siderably relieved by the British, vic tory in the neighborhood of Grobler's Kloof, about four miles north of Colenso, is again somewhat uneasy for the British. The enemy after recon eeatrating their forces have again re turned to the attack, and reoccupied Colenso in force. This prevents the line to Ladyatnith being opened, and some anxiety is felt as it was feared that the ammunition for the naval quick-firing guns, upon which the safety of Ladysmith has been said to largely depend, is beginning to run shore. It is officially announced that Thursday's bombardment of Ladysmith by the Boers was harmless. It now appears that the Boers under a flag of truce transferred the Ladysmith refu gaes to the camp which General Joubert had allotted them f- ur mileaoutsde of Ladysmith, and fired on the white flag before the British left th9 neutral ground. The entrenchments round Ladysmiih are bting daily strength ened by the defenders under ihe im ...

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THE RETURNING LANCERS. Mr. See Resents the Charge of Cowardice, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

THE RETURNING UNCERS Mr. See Resents the Charge of Cowardice, Mr. See, the Colonial secretary, and Minister for Defence, considers that the Lancers who are returning will be able to give very satisfactory reasons for their, doing so when they arrive here. " I- would never believe," he said yesterday, " that any Australian was a coward. They' have ' top much j of the British pluck about them. I " These men were in no sense bound to go to the'- front.' It' was just a" voluntary for them as it was for those who were here. " The trouble of the Government has not been to get men to go ; the hardest part of its'work was to single out those best suited out of the great number who were desirous of participating. " When the Lancers went home— not at the expense of the Government, it must be remembered—there wa*. pot'the slightest thought of any seriouE trouble, and many of them 'were. only granted leave ' of /absence by theii employers for a certain tinle, which'hat now expired. I feel 'cert...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TRANSVAAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

THE TRANSVAAL SITUATION.! (By ' Rooinek" in the D.T.) Judged from our national standpoint, the situation in South Africa seems to have rapidly gone from bad to worse during the. past week or 10 days. In Natal Lieutenant-General Sir. Geo. S. White has been forced back upon his Ladysmith base with the loss of between 1500 And 2000 men, and is now "apparently completely invested. In Northern-Cap? Colony a Boer invasion has forced 'the small British garrisons to quietly and-wisely ■withdraw from such places aB Aliwal North, Colesberg and Stormberg. On the western frontier, the towns of Kimberley and Mafeking are still isolated and invested by the enemy, and in the far north Colonel PlumerV . Bhodeaian-liorsemeh lxave fonnd it expedient to retire from Rhode's Drift to Fort Tuli, after teaching a ealutory lesson to the Pietersburg Boer commando. On every side Bri tish reinforcements .are required, and are .being harried forward -with bll speed. The truth seems to be that we have totally u...

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OUR BEGA BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

OUR BEGA BUDGET * (Br Nemo) The usual placidity that characterises the inhabitants of Newtown (our princi-. pal suburb) was somewhat rudely dis turbed the other day. Prom the meagre details to hand, it would appear- that the peaceful residents of that quiet neighborhood were considerably alarmed by the reports of firearms in quick succession, which had the effect of driving terror into many a female heart and wonder into the reasoning machines of their lords and masters. Many and various were the reasons assigned for the disturbance—some opining that the Boers had landed at Eden and were taking possession of Bega; others asserted that the perpe trator of the WellesWy outrage had arrived upon the scene, and was intro ducing himself in that demonstrative manner of his; whilst the residue ventured the opinion that some direful crime had been committed in their midst. But their many misgivings were soon allayed when it transpired that the commotion was caused by a couple of our minions ...

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"Evil to him who evil thinks." THET SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

" Evil to him who evil tkirik&," THET SAY: That judging by the style of our "marvel lous" M.C.'s barracking at the cricket match on Saturday his very latest "flame" must hail from Dry "BAver; and That the little anti-Cobargo "puBh," who can never see anything good in their own town, have already commenced the crickct season barrack; and That the patriotism of a. man shows out better in the hour of defeat than in the flush of victory. That Staunton's fielding for Cobargo on Saturday was admitted on all sides to be the best display in the two teams. That it is understood the Tilba cricket club will forfeit all matches this season. That when the Cobargo cricket club's selection committee had occasion to look up the members', list this week, they found that tliQir delegates had assisted to bar "every bowler in the club from junior cricket; and That unless fresh members ore added the juniors will find a difficulty in fulfilling engagements—cricketers like a' chance even if it's o...

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