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INFANTS' SLAUGHTERHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

INFANTS' SLAUGHTERHOUSE A St. Petersburg diapatoh to a Lon don paper says:—During the put few days a horrible criminal practice hog been discovered by the police of War saw. In the Rittentrasse lived . one Mme. Eva Mofclowski, who carried on the business of "making angels"— that is, of destroying cfaildien. The sudden death of a child that '»*• placed with her aroused the suspidoha of the police, who caused a post mor. tern examination to be made, and this established the fact that the child hud^ been starved to death. An examina tion of Moslowski'B dwelling led to the discovery of three half-starved children and one dead child. It is stated that thirty children altogether have been done away with by tbis woman, who either starved them or gave them an infusion of poppy-heads to drink. The children were for the mOBt part illegiti-" mate, and were left with Moslowtiki by chambermaids and other domestics to be got rid of. The trial of Moslowski promises some unpleamut revelations conce...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (Fbom oub Sydney Correspondent.) London, Tuesday. Mafeking was reported safe on 12th inst. General Cronje's eon was killed while directiog an assiult after the fight of the 16th inst. The Boers were two hours removing the dead and wounded. The British lost 8 men killed, including two captains, and seven wounded. The New South Wales Lancers are now at the Orange River station. Major-General Clery will command the Lidysmith relief column. Com mandant Joubert, strongly reinforced, is marching southward to intercept his advance. President Kruger is reported to be in a pitiable condition of nervous irri tation. The Boer casualties at the battle of Belmont were 200 men killed and wounded. Four thousand more British troops have arrived at Capetown, and are en training with wonderful smoothness and celerity. The women of Johannesburg have been looted of thousands of pounds worth of goods, whilst the machinery of two mines lias been wrecked. . The Boer tranches have been trans ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

MISCELLANEOUS. A youth named Aliban was washed off the rocks at Mosquito Bay near Moruya, while fishing, and web drowned. The N.S.W. Patriotic Fund now totals over £4000. Latest advices state that Ladysmith can easily hold out for two months longer. A requisition calling on Mr. Holman, M.L A., to resign liis position as mem ber of the Assembly for Grenfell elec torate gives the following reason : "As you have wantonly abused the confi dence we reposed in you at the last election, and ycu no longer retain our authority to give expression to your views in Parliament, antagonistic to our cherished principles of loyalty to the British Empire, of which it is our proud privilege to be members." The requisition is headed by the Mayor, and copies of the Eame for signature are being distributed throughout the electorate. According to latest Sydney, quota tions best fat bullocks realised frotu £8, good from £7 10s. Pigu, heavy baconers 45s to 52s, good heavy 35s to 38s, porkers 23s to 26s. It...

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THE TRAINING OF CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

THE TRAINING OF CHILDREN. Ab a mother on tbe one ride, and as a woman who baa had many opportuni ties of seeing other sides, I am giving my opinion on the above. I think the gratitude abont equal. The par ents, especially the mother*, are, in tbe majority of cases, to blame for want of respect in their children. We can not now rear our children under the hard-and-fast rules our grandparents or parents enforced in their day, but we can with a certain extent " go to the stream." and yet retain the re spect of our children, though it> is very often discouraging, for it is difficult to know always where to draw tbe rein, and we often feel we are failing. My watchword has been: ' You have brought those children into tbe world, yuu must stand by th'm ; and, so far as you can, do your duty to them, and when things seem darkest you must be most watchful, firm, but loving,' and it has never failed me. What my cares and troubles have been are known only to myself. I now begin to fell I am ...

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TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

TILBA TILBA. (From ode own correspondent ) . A Matter for immediate consideration for somebody is the state of the Walr laga Lake Bridge. Apparently the rush of water, caused by being con fined to a narrow channel, has washed . away the sand from the piles, and they have now become so loose.that when • load passes over it rocks and sways in a manner which reminds me of the old Moruya bridge. Now , if something was done at once,' it would doubtless ■ save many sovereigns and cuss words - in the near future. It is wiih sorrowful regret that I have to record the death, after a hard struggle, of the old Tilba Cricket Olub. . Several and sundry meetings have been called, but, alas, the average, roll up has been 1 (one), so that all. Associa tion matches in the firet round have been forfeited. However, the eld club's friends will be pleased to know that something over jEIO has been left in hand, wherewith to bury it decently. I think it must have been the shock of this credit.balance that...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

. WEEKLY CALENDAR. 1 Daveof the I Daj of | Sim | t-on Week. j Monti) j Riae* j fele | Moon I Bises I Friday , 8atcbda? SUNDAY Mojjdat Tuesday 'W'dnesd'y Thotbda? i No, 24 1 4 40 I 6 44 „ 25 | 4 40 ) 6 h5 4 39 | 6 4C 4 39 | G 47 4 39 1 G 43 .4 38 | C 49 30 | 4 38 j 6 50 .. 26 | 27| » 28 | 1 11 46 I a. M. 12 26 j | 12 54 | I 1 23 | 1 54 I 2 28

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

COBARGO HOTEL. ITOBTTSXKG A8 IT OTOST TO 88. mm simple 11 On t&e Coftit EXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCED CROOM. Jnn {ratio. post orncE mtel, COBARGO. f. TeKEATIIfG Proprietor. J. T. Keatimr hai much pleasure in {■.forming the residents of COBABGO and tarrarading Diur cts that he ha* taken over the above well-known Hotel, and hops* by keeping the BEST BRANDS of WINES. J3PIB1T8, ALBS, etc., to merit • fair •hftre of support. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be Mid to the vrante of Commercial and other Tmrel Sen. Cominodioiis Sample Booms available. OOOD BTABMKG and a competent groom ;Q attendance. J. T. K. begs to annonnoe for the bene fit -of visitors from the TILDA, NOO ROOMA. BODALLAand NEBKIGUNDAH DISTBICTS that h's Hotel possesses all the comforts of a home, while good bone feed «nd stabe accommodation are made speciali ties ef the «stablishment. H0B8E8 & BUGffY FOE HIKE The Central H°tel, . bega. •ir Oalw Rtw KutitnMi. . MRS. RAFTER BEOS to remind VWTO&S to BECU tha...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

LOCAL AND GENEfiAL NEWS Mns E. Goodsell has been appoin ted to the position of post mistress at Dry River, Mr. Stonuett Laving re. signed. " Kimberlhy's all right" said one Cobargo man to anoiber. "I don't know the horse—what -weight is lie carrying?'' was the reply. Last week, in our report of the Bermagui Jockey Ciub meeting we omitted the names of J. T. Keating and T. B.adman as among those pre sent. Mdeuta correspondence and adver tisement for the "Ben Bolt" perfor mance intended for last week's issue reached this office too late for publica tion—aftrr noon on Thursday, out printing day. " There are many more women than I used to think" exclaimed a Dry River man not long married. " How so," replied his wife. " Because before I married I thought yon were the only woman in the world." The following frill represent Cobargo in the match against Bermagui on the local ground to-morrow^(Saturday) :— Staunton, F. G. Roberts, G. Constable, Henry, A, Chamber'-, Cimpbel1, Keat ing, Meeke, ...

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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 toe can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 24 '99 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 November 1899

Sfe Cfmmide. w w For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the-future in the distance, And the good that toe can do. Cob&bgo, Friday, November, 24- '99, THEiesue of ti e 11th instant com pleted the first year of this paper. On ; the 18tb November 1898 we printed the initial copy and the then prevalent drought and general commercial de pression were not cheering accompani ments to the inaugural time. Still, from then till now we never grizzled about the climatic conditions of the conntiy, but rather encouraged any experiments which tended to combat or ameliorate the ravages of drought apparently one of the inseparable con comitants of semi-tropical countries like New South Wales. And we are glad Cobargo and the greater portion of the colony are now blessed with asplen* did spring, with the prospect of a good summnr. At present grass is plentiful, stock are in splendid condition, and .everything is going strong for a season which will enable...

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A Pretty Stepmother. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 December 1899

A Pretty Stepmother. CHAPTER II. .Colonel Everard lit his cigar, and took Mb way across the lawn, through • corner of the shrubbery, and across a couple of fields towards the little rectory that lay nestled in a hollow beside the grey old No-inal church, that had been built centuries before HawkBworth, old as a mansion was. He had taken his time over the walk, and was nearing the little rec. torjr gate, when he discovered he had left behind the magazine he had been so snxiotts to bring, so ti at the rector and he might discuss its leading ar ticle together. He retraced his steps in the rammer dusk, aDd took up the book from the drawing-roc m table. * Where is Evelyn V he asked, casually, of Madge; but she, still in tent in her book, did not hear the qae8tion. Olive, who was pacing aimlessly up and down the long room, looked np. 'Gone to her own room to write letters, I believe," she said. 'All right. Good-night, if I don't see yon again' and the Colonel started off once more. This t...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 December 1899

WESLEIAN. December S—Hurrah 11; Ewmajrui (3) ; Cobargo 7«30. M. Walker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 December 1899

TENDERS. TENDERS are invited up to Saturday 9th inst. for FORMING and ENCLOSING a TENNIS COURT at the Oobargo Public School. S. P. WARD. Christmas and New Year Excursions I.S.N. COMPANY. SALOON TICKETS at a Single Fare for the doable journey will be issued by the Steamers of this Company from 13th to 30th DECEMBER, 1899, inclusive, avail able for ONE MONTH from date of issue. TO THE LADIES OS" COBAEGO. miss EGS to announce that she is- prepared to to^jn.8eyjng--children.8.cloth ing.j&o. ' - ' bBi^«s~ansBS£9B> - BEBMAGUI JOCKEY CLUB. (Registered wider A.JT.0- Bales.) RACE MEETING, Judge—Mr. V. E. Eiley. Stewards—Messrs. D. Dunsmore, sen., W. Whiffen, jun., A. Adamson, A. Ferguson, Jos. Eiley. Clerk o£ Scales—Mr. J. F. Walter. Starter—Mr. E. Connor. ■ Clerk of Course—Mr. Jas. Engstrom. Handicappers—Messrs. J. P. Seccouibe, T. Kennelly, F. Donaldson. COMMITTEE—Messrs. F. E. Biley (President), T. J. Tarlinton (Vice-president), J. T. Walker (Hon. Treasurer). F. Adamson, sen., ...

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TYRANNY OF THE BOERS, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 December 1899

TYRANFY OF THE BOEES, Db. Stxwabt, of Sout'i Africa, says— "Every Dutchman in the Gape Colony is treatt d exaotly as if he were an " Englishman; and every subject of her Majesty the Queen, black or white, is treated in . the Transvaal, and- has always been, as a man of the alien and subject race. He has no political or municipal life, and is subjected to numerous. disabilities as regards the matters of education, language, trade monopolies, application of taxes, and other harassing disqualifiationa. The franchise is only on* of many griev. ances, and it is utterly a mistake to suppose that England is going to war over a question of mere franchise. No superfluous sympathy need be wasted on President Kruger or the Tranvaal Republic. The latter is a shadow of a name, and as great a travesty and burlesque on the word as it is possible to conceive. ' Four-fifths of those who have made that Republic what it is by their energy, brains, and capital, and their discovery of it as the richest ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 December 1899

cstrmcB or euglakd. Decwriber 3—Cobargb (H.C.) 11; Divan's Crook ^30; Tilba 7.30. O. Soares.

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 December 1899

OSUSOS SERVICES. DirutE ssftVtCBS will l>e conducted in the district MfoUowit— *OM A* CATHOLIC, Mass ©defcrated »t &30. ajn. and 31.15 a on. every j r\ Sunday at Cobargo. JuvetLing devotion evexj Sunday at 7JA0p.ta. I

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OUR BEGA BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 December 1899

OUR B£GA BUDGET. (By Nemo) Thinking your readers might like to hear of the patient McCloud, the victim of the Wallaga Lake blasting accident, I took a run out to the hospital on Tuesday evening and inquired cor. cerning him. Although it was con siderably after the time allotted to visitors, Nurse Ricbetts graciously re ceived me and made known my mission to McCloud, who seemed greatly pleased at the prospect of newB of his progress being made known to his comrades of the road camp. Although slowly making headway it will be a long time before he is thoroughly right again, as he has to proceed to Sydney for treat ment to his eyes. The accident ward is pretty full just at present, and the nursing stall is kept going. By the way, Miss Marion Otton, daughter of Mr. H. Otton, J.P. is established there bb probationary nurse. In consonance with the fighting spirit of the age, two townsmen of some repute had a little contretemps the other night. The scene of battle was a well known refreshme...

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NOTES FROM QUAAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 December 1899

--"•y^gTEOM QPAAiafi | (By Ajax.) Pebbapb you are wbndering why I have not sent you any items lately, so I will gratify your curiosity by giving you iny reason. I have been away bark-stripping and you mast know that m&kes the fingers rather stiff for quill driving, bat now having hurt my knee, which I am obliged to nurse I thought I might kill time, by trying to bill you with the following itemB. As I am on the subjeot ,of killing the nextthing is the cemetery. Some time: ago a grant of £50 was received for clearing and fencing a portion of tie site, but our knowing (!) trustees called, tenders lor clearing the whole area of 13 acres, the lowest, tender being -Logan's for £65. The trustees theu decided tg ask thfe Department of liwds -to inorease the grant by £15 vhich the Minister refused to do, stating that the £50 was to partly dear and partly fence the cemetery. Anyway the money is still unexpended, and as it Would be useless to expend ths Itooney «s directed, the truste...

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MR. NEUFELD ON KHARTOUM, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 December 1899

ME. NEUFELD ON KHARTOUM, Mb. Charles Nf.ofkld recently lec tured in St. James'Hall on his expe riences during his "Twelve -Years' Captivity in Khartoum.'' He is a tall, broad-shouldered man, with a full, fair beard, apparently in good health, despite hia terrible sufferings as a prisoner of the Khalifa. Mr. Neufeld is a German, having been born in East Prussia in 1856, and speaks with a pronounced foreign accent; but he has a good command of English, and he told the story of his strange experiences in a plain, unaffected, yet very impressive manner. He went to Cairo to do business as a trader in Upper Egypt, but the revolution of Arabi Pasha causing a change in his plans, he joined the English army of occupation at Alexandria as an interpreter, and for his services during the Nile cam paign of 1884.85, when he was attached to the staff of General Earle, he received the Egyptian medal with active service clasp, and also the Khe divial bronze star. It was in 1887 that he fell into the...

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COBARGO POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 28th November. (Before Messrs. F. G. Roberts, H. J, Street and W. A. Pass, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 December 1899

COBAEGO POLICE COTJET. Tuesday, 28th November (Before Messrs. F. G. Roberts, H. J, Street and W. A. Pass, J's.P.) Petek Joseph Ward, on remand, ap peared in custody, charged on suspicion with stealing one black mure, branded R.G.R. on near shoulder, the property of D. McDonald of Ccorna. Mr. Bland appeared for the accuBed. Frank Kelly on oath saith as fol lows :—Am a senior-coDstable of police stationed at Cobargo. On 28th Octo ber last from something I was told I telegraphed to the Cooma police des cribing a black mare branded R.G.R. on near shoulder. After receiving a reply, I, in company with Constable Roberts went to Yourie on the 18th instant and searched for the black mare. I found her hobbled in a pad dock. I saw John Whittaker that evening and he informed me that he had that morning left the mare in a paddock. I look possession and brought her to' Cobargo. On the 20th instant I went with Constables Black, man and Roberts to the Hurrah, where I saw the arcu-ed. Having first c...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CONNESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 December 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (Fboii ocr Sydney ConnespoNbEST.)' SydneyV Ttursday- " : Buiter, creamery and factory^,"dairy.. 7Jd, bacon 4£d to 7|d, luims'F^dto 9£d, cheese 4d to 5Jd, eggsSd to 7d-," ■ fowls 2b 9d to 4s 3d. ■ - ■ J Dante, the eminent conjurer, vwto was accidentally shot in the groin. at.:. Dubbo is dead. ....... The Assembly has decided 'on Fridays for the remainder of the- s»8 sion. Lyne said he had pledged' him self to see-the Eftrly Closing Bill , passed into law before the "Tie w~. Year if their was any possibility, of doing so. He intended that Parliament should go into recesB for about three montha. The, re-appraiBement - of Conditional ! Purchases Bill was read a second time, | In the Victorian Assembly yesterday j a direct want of confidence-, motion- ia-. the .Tiirner Ministry was moved. -JFhe'' debate will be taken to.day. In the match Victoria against S.A.. the latter Have seven out for 301- . Hock not out 112. It is understood that the Civil Ser vants as a body are not ...

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