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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

CHAPTER II. The new Mrs. Everard's first ball was pronounced a decided success by a verdict of county society; evor/oi® owned that she'waa'a perfect hostess r^nd Hawksworth a capital house for a Olive and Hadge were radiant with delight, and really looked very fair and pretty in the dresses Evelyn had taken great pains to select for them. She was at the end of a long gallery (hat was always used for dancing at Hawksworth, where the dead and gone Everards looked dotfn trom their frames upon the gaily dressed throng below, when astout little woman in ted satiin'Oame npto her hostess. * I hopeyou will forgive me, Xlre. Everard, I have vcntuied to bring my son's great friend with as io-ugk', Mr. Clithecoe. lie 5s down for a fevr days with my I oy, and I couldn't leave hint at home, could 11 And I know moh & good dancer as Philip Clitheroe brings iiis own welcomo with him !' ' We are vary pleased to see Mr. Clitheroe,' sa:d Evelyn, bowing to a slim young man who towered over litt...

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

AN AUSTALIAN ON SERVICE Writing to his mother from Maritz burg, Natal. Mr. Alhert M'Ewan foi merly of Larabton, near Newcastle aym—"I am writing on my^Jrthdny in the military camp of the Imperii) Light IJorse, at present lii (lie liead quMrtR'rs, Piefcrmari'zburg, Natal You will wonder what I am doing in i military camp. _ J luve to inform jnt that 1 nm a soldier of " llie Imp ria Light Horse, a cra. k mounted conlin gent, raised in this place,' and com posed pi iccipally of colo. ials. I an doing the right thing!" and am one o the Queen's soldiers, and fuly expec to fire my first shot against the i new; next wetk. I am writing tbis lettei in my tent on my knee. Of course yon are aware at the present momen! the war has practically broken out and that 20 000 Boer troops are or the Natal border. There are abou 15,000 of the soldiers opposite them and regiments coming from England India, Canada, and Australia. 1 should like to explain everything, bul I have not sufficient leisure/for e...

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

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Buys of ilu I hnv <-f ] ynn 1 'tin | Mnon \Vwk. 1 Month I liise.1 [ .i ctB | Kites Friday , No, 17 | 4 43 |, C 33 | 6 4G PATUKi-ay I , 18 | 4 42*1 6 39 I 7 47. funday j ■ 19 I 4 i2 I C 40 i 8 43 Monday | „ 20 I 4 41 j 6 40 j 9 3-J Tuesday : „ 211 4 41 , 6 41 10 16 W'DKKr-d y ] „ 22 4 41 | 6 42 i 10 53 THUIBD.iY I ^3 | 4 40 | C 43 II 20

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

COBARCO HOTEL. S72Jt??SXK& AS « 0T7GETT0 SB. the ©east. EXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCES GROOM. jaiss Jnlan. P05T OFFICE HOTEL. COBARQO. T. T. KB&TXmG Proprietor. J- T. Xeatillg ^as n»och plpssore 5n tiforming the lesidents of COBARGO and Bnrrnnnding Dim cts that he has taken over the above well-known Hotel, and hopes by keeping tie REST BfiANBS of WINES, 8PIB1T8, ALES, etc., to merit a fair share of support. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be paid to the wantB of Commercial and other Travel tars. ComuodioQB Sample Booms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent Crown in attendance. J. T. E. begs to annotmco for the bene fit of visitors from lha TtLBA, NOO BOOMA, BODALLAand NEliBIGUNDAB DISTRICTS that his Hotel possesses nil the comforts of a home, while good horse feed *nd stabe accommodation are taade speciali ties ef the establishment. HOBSES & BUGGY FOR HIRE The Central 6EGA. Vsdec Kow BEaasgemeat. MRS. RAFTER BEGS to remind VISITORS to BEG A that they will And the ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS The combined net receipts of the recent bazsar, bruce auction and ball were alout £90. Mb. Shaw, who some week3 ago sus tained a severe accident to bis kneecap, is still unable to get about, although lie i xpec's to do. so in the courae of a week or so. Influenza is prevalent in the dis. tri *. Air. and Mrs. D. Tarlinton a.-e victims, the latter still being confined to her room although much better. Mrs. T. Tarlinton (Fairview) is also suffering from a very severe at tack of the complaint. The Postal Note was hailed as a great convenience by the public on ac count of its easy convertibility and un hampered currency. But some postal officials do not seem to recognise the latter recommending characteristic. A few days ago a crossed postal note was sent to the credit of a Cobargo man with one of the Moruya banks, but when it was presented at the local post office payment was refused and for what reason is not quite apparent. It was subsequently presented at the B...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Chronicle. For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that that can do. COBARGO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 17 '99. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 November 1899

For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For lit* future in the distance, And the good that Ke can do. Cobargo, Saturday, Xovssmbrr, 17 '99. Immediately it was rumoured that thirty (per later cable the number has dwindled to twenty) of tho N.S.W.: Lancers who had reached the Cape were continuing their voyage to Aus tralia, a few of cur addle pated legis lators eeiced the chance to delay the course of Parliamentary work and dis play their ignorance and want of patriotism by making a vi lent attack on these men, calling them cowards and deserters and other nasty names And a section of the public who knew just as little about the facts and who can never see anything gcod in their own people have taken up the same unreasoning and abusive fatand. Of course there was i.o truth in the wild assertions made in or out of the House,, and all the twaddle rested on scanty : information and a lamentable ignorance j of the position of the Lancers aud things general...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How to be Happy though Married [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

How to be Happy though Married A "Girl Graduate" gives a glimpse of married life from the girl's stand point. I was a student before mar riage, and took my degree at the University. My studies were my delight. I revelled in the literatures of France and Germany, as well as of our own country, and found myself well on the way to a thorough acquaintance with Greek, Latin and Italian authors. Fortunately I se cured excellent positions aB coach to students, and earned a good salary, which I laid out on further accom plishments—music and painting—and a Bummer Continental tour with my brother. At 23 I married—the man I loved was not wealthy, but that matte ed nothing—we married ft r love i and love alone, and were prepared to put a * stoot hert to a stey brae." Has' it been a disappointment! Never a wee bit. We are quite the happiest couple, and the more we know of each | other the deeper our love grows. Of course there are sacrifices. My hus band was accustomed to a fairly jolly life—dan...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BOERS AT HOME. Light on Their Odd Ways. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

THE BOERS AT HOME. Light on Their Odd Ways. The history of tbe times gives a pretty clear idea of a Boer's character, of which dogged obstinacy, natural cun ning, fanatica]^. superstition takes the lead. A woitBE who has lived amongst them gives the following description of Boer home life.—Tbe ordinary home stead is' built in a primitive manner, square and ugly, with heremetically | sealed windows; the floors are made of mod from the dam, stamped by Kaffirs, the top layer being mixed with bul locks' aud goats' blood, which hardens, and gives it. in time, by continued smearing of cow manure, a polished I surface, somewhat like mahogany. I This smearing process, which is done I by the hand," ia an abomination to | new comers, but it is marvellous how one gets accustomed to it, and really not to dislike ike fresh cow stable smell; at any rate, it'is preferable to others more revolting. Oom Fanl is taid to greatly dislike the planked floors of his villa in Pretoria, and Madame Eruger vo...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C[?]U[?] OF [?]LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

CfctJlCt G* fc*i>UXt$. | ilottlnW S4—'tilb»ll| DignUn'* -Creek £;80; Co itxgO7J0. G.KoXess,

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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[?]HUROH SHRVIO[?]S. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

OOTAOS SB&VXOXB. Dnrixi serttces will be conducted in the dittrict M follows;— y ^ *«'' fcOKA*4CATBOUC, itt*iwi(|briUiitfcTdQ/*,tu. rusil 11.15 &.n>. ertry tv .toifllyitColiiyl. . ■ i.T*hlt4- dwotlofc artrf watey til 7.3-} p.ic. ; V. KbXSI.

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A Pretty Stepmother. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

A Pretty Stepmother. CHAPTER II. ' Good-night, or rather good morn ing,' cried Madge, as elie went slowly . \ip the stain, with her crumpled whUe eilk train twisted round her arm and some yards of soft net frill gathered up in her hand. 'Poor Franciue, won't she have a nice job lo sew all fbb on againl This com^s of having' cavalrymen at one's dances in uniform —Dich Lestrange's spurs have ruined half-a-dozen frocks irretrievably to-: sight.' And yet Madge's face was uniting and her eyes alight with ex citement, and she bore no apparent iil.wili to the unlucky lieutenant, des pite her words and her tattered. 'flounces. Olive came slipping across the hall in her sister's wake, and with a half careless nod to Evelyn went silently towards her room. ' You have enjoyed yourself, dear ?■ said Evelyn, as her step-dungbter passed, and the girl said with a little more fcoftness than usual in her tone: ' Yes,»—■very much. Good night!' Her {ace was in shadow, but Eve lyn had caught a quick gla...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLETAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

WE8LETAK* Kontntor 84—Cobtrgo 11 ■ Quimui .4.SO; Ceoti^l TOU7JO. M. WiL*ta.

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OUR BEGA BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

OUR BBGA BUDGET (By Nemo) The war fever, which Bega had bad, culminating in the dispatch of the, Bega Mounted Rifles, is dying out, J and the insidious enemy, influenza, is on top at present. The epidemic is no | respector of persons, all sorts being its : victims. Although there is not much danger in'the complaint if treated carefully, the effects of an attack cling to a patient for a long time. Fortu nately, so far, there have been no; deaths. ! Speaking of the war fever reminds me that the disease is leaving the , adults only to make its appearance in the younger generation, and in a bad form, too They congregate in the main streets, armed with all sorts of i apologies for arms, including wooden j swords, etc., and assail each other with a savage determination that would do credit to the Gordon Highlanders. If these youthful warriors would betake I themselves to the open country and fight a pitched battle, they would earn for themselves the eternal gratitude of the entire communi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

The OUar. General Sir Redvera H. Buller, Com mander-in-chief of her Majesty's forces in South Africa, has warmly compli mented the colonial forces in Natal for the gallantry they have displayed in the encounters with the Boer invaders of their country. Heavy rifle firing, followed by a loud explosion, was heard in the direction of Ladysmith early on the morning of Thursday, the 16 th instant. In connection with the armored train disaster at Chievely, General Sir Redvera H. Buller reports "that 100 men of the British force are missing. The Boers explain that the explosion heard from the direction of Ladysmith on Thursday, the 16th inst., was the noise of the destruction by them of the Bulwer Bridge over the Tugela River at Colenso. On Monday, the 13th inst, Lieutenant-Colonel Sir George S. White, Commander-in-chief of her Majesty's forces in Natal, re ported "All well"atL'idysmith. His Kaffir "runner," who brought the mes sage, left Ladysmith on- Wednesday,, the 15th inet., and repor...

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THE COST OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

THE COST OP WAR Those superficial persons who talk and write glibly of war rarely condescend to turn their attention to the cost of indulgence in such operations at the present day. The Washington Bureau or Ordt.ance recently issued some in teresting statistics of the details of the cost of annihilating the Spanish Navy. Admiral Dewey spent some £9,000 worth of ammunition in sending Montojo's fleet to the bottom of Manilla Bay In all, 5,681 projectile* were fired for the moat part six and • one-pounders. The gallant. "Oervera's fleet, on that memorable morning in Santiago Harbour, was sunk, burned, or captured with an expenditure of £20,000. Seven thousand shells were fired, varying in size from 13-inch pro jectiles to one-pounders. The Spanish; American war was cer tainly the cheapest on record, both itt (he waste of men and money. The terrible Civil War of 1863 65 cost the States the tremendous figure of £740,000,000 and. 656,000 men. There were 2,336,000 men in the Northern Army,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

" Ecil to him who evil think*." TBEY SAY: That the most frequent drunks in itfornya are those against whom prohibition orders have been issued. That the only man in town who has given iip the "Chronicle" waylays the first subscriber who calls (or his paper; and That after perusal he weekly discovers that his non-membership does not render him immune from the "They Say" column. That Charlie Inskip's hitting powers are highly inspected by our local comedian, who on Saturday fielded in the country 5 and That in describing his day, said fieldsman remarked that if he had been running in a straight live during the game, he would have reached Cooma by nightfall. That the cricketers' dinner at Dry Eiver, served picnic fashion on the ground, was considered the right thing by the visitors. That the Dry Eiver tennis court presents a picture of desolation—when the men play it is surprising how the ladies enthuse. That the number of the returning Lan oers—originally 30—has now dwindled to a doze...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TRANSVAAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

•THE: TBANSVAAL SITUATION. (By "Rooinek" in the D.T.) Until within the past couple of days the South African war has apparently dragged its slow length along over a week of interminable dullness, lighted fit varying intervals by heliographic flashes of rumored small Boer reverses and occasional British triumphs of defence. Impatient spiritB have chafed at the slowness of the trans, ports which bore General Buller's Army Corps to South African shores, and fearful dreamers have .been paint ing the consequences of Lndysmith jg| billing into the bands of the enemy. As a matter of fact, the South African transports seem to have made rather good average time on their all-impor ■ tsnt journeys. The very fastest of the Donald Carrie (Castle) and Union ' mail liners habitually take from 18 to 20 days out from Southampton. The statement that the transports ou^ht to have averaged 17 days on the journey is ridiculous. They seem to have occupied .three weeks on the - ran, and that is very fair t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Man Who is too Much at Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

The Man Who is too Much at Home. It is surprising how soon a wife tires of the company of a man who is too much at home, says a writer in a Lon don paper. Men are wise in getting away from their roof-trees a certain portion of each day. Among their wives will be found a very . general consensus of opinion to this effect. There will be found everywhere a dis position to pack off the men is the morning, and to bid them keep out at the way till towards the evening, when it is assumed that they will probably have a little news of the busy world to bring home, and when baby will be sure to have said something exception ally brilliant and precocious. The general events of the day will afford topics of conversation more interesting by far than if the whole household had been together from morning till night. A very little inquiry, too, will elioit the fact that men about home all day are eminently apt to be fidgety and grumpy and interfering—altogether objectionable, in short. This is, the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ASSOCIATION CRICKET. Dry River v. Cobargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

ASSOCIATION CKICKET. Kiver v. Cobargo. The above match revealed the lament able weakness of the Cobargo Jnniors in the I owling department. Although it was patent to everyone when the senior elevens of these two clubs met on the previous Saturday, that the Dry River juniors would be far and away too good for Cobargo, the poor display of bo - ling for the visitors con. tributed a good deal to the fine score made by the ho.ie team, and here it reight'be as well to suggest that the club should take steps to have a couple of their bowlers regraded. If this is not done, then good-bye to junior cricket in Cobargo. The aim of the Association should be to so control cricket, that each club has some hope of success in both junior and senior cricket. Even supposing the Cobargo second grade players to be fairly good batstr.en, the difference between their bowling and and other associated clubs would ensure defeat every time. Pre. sumably. the reason for the exclusion of certain bowlera from se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

SATURDAY (To-morrow). At Graham's Yards, AT 2 O'CLOCK. • 8 HEAD COWS 10 rttoAf) HEIFERS, 2 and2} years 4 HEAD HOJjSTEIN HEIFERS 6 HEAD FAT COWS 1 VAN HOBSE. TTiTiTA W. BOOT is favored irith in structions from -raiiouB owners to, Eellljy auction as Above , TO-HOSftOW, at 8 O'OLOOS. SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF! LeaviKgS? =#The DISTRICT EXPIRATION OF UERSE I CASH CLEAKING SALE. —OP— Plums and Currants Figs and Essences Fancy Toys and Novelties Christmas Cards Groceries Drapery Tinware Patent Medicines. 5 per cent- uM we.vAw •awQunta, antl if. n-ot J. a RAVES, COBARGO STOBES. P. J. MEAD, The Australian Native Hawker, Will be on the warpath at WANDELLA during the coming week. —BERMAGUI— SCHOOL OP ARTS. SATURDAY, 25th NOVEMBER. DON'T FAIL TO COME AND SEE "BEN BOLT," By the Central Tilba Amateur Dra matic Club, IN AID OF THE BERMACU1 SCHOOL OF ARTS New and Elaborate Scenery and Stage Effects. For particulars see handbills. W. F. PHILLIPS, Hon. See. Department of Public Works, Koads Office, Mo...

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