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POLICE V. PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 December 1899

POLICE V- PEOPLE. ' A victim to insolen t police interfer ence-writrs fin Tfttih) h:s .experiences as follows :— Notwithstanding the continual vigilance Truth has exercised over what is known as the brute-bully sec tion of theN.8.W. " Foorce," instances are wot wanting of the almost daily outrages which are perpetrated on law-abiding citizens by those uniformed savages who use the Queen's uniform as a cloak to their lawlessness and bru tality. Encouraged by the apathy of the general public in taking measures to bring the offendicg culprits face to face with the punishment they have so long merited, some of the blustering bullies have acquired a proficiency in hustling, insulting and assaulting male and female civilians, which tuight be tualy envied by a midnight crib-crack, ing desperado. Nor does the city it self stand alone in its possession of these unenviable and audacious des pots, for the city's wail in this particu lar respect re-echoes from all the neighbouring suburbs. Even...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 December 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (E^BOSI ode Stdnby Coeeespondent.) ■"■■>1' Sydney, Thursday. Bdtteb, creamery and factory 9d, dairy 7£ to 8d, cheese id to 5|, bacon 4|d to 7|d, bams 7Jd to 9|d, eggs 6d to 7Jd, fowls 2/6 to 4/6, ducks 2/6 to 3/. The'new South Australian Ministry has been defeated by a majority of 25 to 22. The whole of the old Ministry Trill probably come back to power with Holder as Premier. It is understood that Kingston alone will stand out of the new team. A number of offensive anonymous letters have been received by the Lan cets now in quarantine. None of the latter intend to avoid the proposed in. quiry. The New Zealand elections resulted in a majority of 30 for the Seddon Government. The Early Closing Bill finally passed committee with several amendments in the schedule. The Treasurer delivered his budget speech last night. The estimated ex penditure for the current year is ^210,029,740, revenue £9,689,000, in cluding £70,000 new stamp duties, | leaving a deficiency of £139 ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weights for Bega Annual Races. BEGA CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 December 1899

Weights for Bega Annual Eaces. Beoa Cor. ■ J. T. Stma'e br g Fairy Prince, 10.6, M. Heating's br g Counterpoint flyra, 9.4+ 8. Shane's ch g Gran •^enr aged, 8.7, 'D.- Coman'a cb g Prior a, 8.7, T. Sherd's b g Elmo a, 8.8, W. Gulluxn's br g Elwin a 8.0, B. Wilson's blk g The Barb a. 7,13, A. Wilson's ; brmBosewood Gyre, 7.12. J. Hutton's Novice II (late Nonce) Srra 7 AG, fell and Allan's b g Pridare 5yrs, 7.2, H. Richards' blk fa Woodcroft <Jyrs, 6.12, L. O'Brien's ch m Lady Lemnos Svre, 6.10,' A. Wil son's br or blk g Lemington, 4yre. €.10, F. Johnson's br h Dramatic 4yrs, 6.9, Mr. I. P*Eing'sb mPysche Syrs. 6.7, W. C. Allan's b zn Scott's Liniment Gyre, 6.7. Town Plate. J. T. Sana's br g Fairy Prince 6yra, 10.8, H. Hea ting's br g Counterpoint 6yrs, 9.6,8. Sb&rpe's ch g Granduer a, 8.9, D. Ck)manrs ch g Prior a, 8.9, T. Sherd'sb g-Elmoa,8.5, W. Outturn'sbrg Elwin a, 8.2, B. Wilson's bl g The Barb a, 8.1, J. T- Sana's b g Essington 8yrs, 8.0, A. Wilson's br m Bose...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 December 1899

CKU&CH OV KKatAMO. December 10—WaudeUu II; Quiama 2.3") ; Cobftrgo7.30. *?*?/ ' . O.SOABM.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRANGE TRANCE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 December 1899

STRMGE TRANCE STORY. Two policemen -were called to a bouse in Castle-street, South wark, where an elderly woman named Emily Burrell, who had occupied the same apartment for eight years, was lying cold and rigid and apparently dead. It was at first intended, reports a London paper, that the body should be taken to /the mortuary, but one of the .constables who had had some Ambulance train ing questioned whether the woman was really dead, find thoughtshe might be in a trance. ..Sending.,bis comrade for the nearest doctor, the officer applied hot water bottles to the; woman's feet and body, -and in ,a short time there were signs ofxetorn- '' ing animation. A dootor amved.und advised the removal of the patient . to ; the workhouse infirmary,,.but this ;w<as. veteod by the parish medical .officer,.v. who diagnosed the case as one <>l, serious apoplexy. He said tlie Si-eat-' " ment adopted by the constable had ... probably saved the woman's life, but, - it might'ki...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASSOCIATION CEICKET. BERMAGUI v DRY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 December 1899

ASSOCIATION CEICKET. BEKIAGUI v DRY RIVER. The first round of the second grade matches was concluded last Saturday, when Bermagui was defeated by Dry River. So far, the competition stands* —Dry River 2 won, 0 lost, Cobargo 1 won, 1 lost, Bermagui, 2 Jost. ~ The fixture between the above clubs was played on the hottest day experienced this year, and the game was gone through as a duty. With only six men present, the lion-hearted repre sentatives of the seaside club took on Dry River's best team, and as. the game went, there is no doubt that with a full team, the first round of the competition would have ended in even wins fcr each club. This paper has again and again urged on chosen players the necessity for their atten dance, and our .sympathy is with the six., who so gallantly stood up for their club on Saturday, while we are sure that the other members of the team will kick theiuBelves for missing their chance of securing a win. ] t is always heart breaking for players to go into ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 December 1899

jsjrjicifjeBBvioas.-. M Qif ^district w.^\ 'wwitfcinouc, jr-Mara'e^6bra.'t«^at 8,30 sLiu. and 11.15 oju. every ?Vv■"■" tvtalliyd^votaon bTBrySimday Ht T.'SO p.ta. ' _ V. Kknuy.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Handling Cows at Milking Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 December 1899

Crockett, the novelist, has evidently had & farm training, if one may judgai from-JiiB Very excellent description oi the rigbtand the wrong. way of hand^ llng cowe at .milking lime/ which ' tbua. ojcursin bis latest worki " Kit, Ken nedy " :—Tlie kye were just leaving the? byre after milking time, under the capable superintendence of .Betty Landsborough. ...Now, cows are dighi fied and matronly animals. .They do. not like to be hurried, and tliereis 'M sympathetic and unsympathetic vay"io£I putting fhenr into the liyre. Rob Armour's way was tbe unsympathetic. Bob always wanted - to get away- to visit at the neighbouring form - housed; So he let the chains fall one after another with a rattle into the stalls, and brought down his hand with'' a surprising 11 flap " upon each cow's flank, and said in a loud, stable .'yard voice "Hup, you beast 1'' The motherly cud-cbewing matron so dealt with turned about with surprise-and resentment in her slow moving heart, She gave her tail ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR BEGA BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 December 1899

OUR BEGA BUDGET. (By Nemo) Nor a little speculation exists as to the identity, of " Nemo." If those nonde scripts who are unnecessarily exercising Iheir limited intellects will take the trouble to look up the latin definition of the term, they will probably satisfy their inordinate curioaity—at any rate, aB far as " Nemo " ie concerned. The Southern Counties Cricket, As sociation is despatching a team to Cobargo to play the Northerners on Saturday next. The team as originally constituted will be slightly altered^ as some of the players are unable _to _gd. The teatn is sanguine that Jt will be able to retrieve its lost laurela of 'the previous match on the Cobargo oval, as it is much stronger in bowling.talent, while equally etrong-in batting.-^--;: The local footballers on Wednesday showed that they are capable of play ing other games than the popular winter pastime. They .donned the flannels and'entered the cricket arena against the Holiday Club, and .the latter had anything but a ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 December 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR^ lWs Of h- I Day of | Sim | pnn I Moon W«k | Month | Iij^s | .-era | Rises Friday I Dec. 1 | 4 38 ] C 51 | 3 7 fcATHK' AY I „ '2 | 4 37 I 0 6a I 3 51 FMU T 1 „ 3 | 4 37 | C 53 ( 4 42 Monday I 4 I 4 371 0 53 I 5 40 XUES1MY • „ r, I 4 37 | 6 54 I 6 42 W'DHKKD'Y | „ 0 4 37 | 6 05 | 7 43 Tmuusdy | „ 7 | 4 37 | 6 56 j 8 Gfi

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 December 1899

COBAROO HOTEL. aVBRrTHING AS IT OTJBST TO 2E. IBM SIMPLE Ml flu tit© EXTENSIVE STABUNC. EXPEMEHCEO CROOM. James pilia. FAST OFFICE 89m, COBARGO. J. T. BATUMI Proprietor. J. X, "KeatlllB has andi pleasure in iriforining the residents of COUABG© and Pnrronnding Pistr cts tbat lie has taken over ■ the above well-known Hotel, and hopes by keeping the BEST BRANDS of WINES, SPIBITS, ALES, etc., to merit a fair «hare of 'support. SPECIAL A1TENTION will be r®;d to (the wants of Commercial and other Travel lers. Commodious Sample Rooms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent j sgroom in attendance. 3. T. K. "begs to aniroiinoo Tot the bene. : Bt »etf visitors from the TILliA, NOO SOOMA. BODALLA and NE11HIGONDAU DI8TBICTS that h-'s Hotel possesses nil the : comforts of a bome, while good horto feed ■' ®nd «t«be aocomroodation are made speciali ses-of the establishment. HORSES & BUGGY FOR HIRE The Central BEGA. Under New sraasgemeat. MRS. RAFTER BEGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA tint th...

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 — 8 December 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS Miss Lynch, assistant teacher at the Cobargo school, received word last week that her mother was dangerously ill at Orange, and at once proceeded by steamer to Sydney where ehe will tftke traiu for tbe town named. W® haye received' tbe >38th annua] report of ibe Institution for the Deaf and'.'Dumb and the Bliud. Of all suffering h umanity those deprived of the senses of hearing, sight and speech, call for the greatest pity,' and as the Sydney institution is' Supported to a great extent by voluntary subscrxn iioup, We cbmmend it to the generously dieposedos a noble object for the exer cise of charity. The usual committee meeting of the A. P. & H..Society was;he!d on Mon day, fy[r,-F.;G, Roberts in the chair. Messrs. J. T. Keating, J. Boyd, ThoS. Allen, A- Tarlinton, M. Pike.'^GL^ftt1 bery and P. J. O'Reilly weSre*?»l80 preset.; The Chronide't tender (Ml 2) for printiog was acceptaKSyiA prize •for high jamping schedile^fihit- ] rize l^.^ijobild £t. Th...

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, Ant the good that we can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 8 '99 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 December 1899

Fur the cause tliftl lacks 'assistance, , For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, Ant the good that ice can'do. Cobaboo, Friday, December, 8 '99, A laijgb deputation, representative of the Kiatna Ministers Union, the various temperance organisations of the dis' ttict, Chmtian Endeavours, etc., waited upon the Committee of the ^ K^ma Agricultural Society ou the <328th ultimo, and asked that the pub lican's booth be abolished from the ground on the occasion of the annual Shows. Of course the Kiama Society declined to do any suoli thing. The temperance cause ia a praiseworthy one, and if confined to proper channels and advanced with legitimate and prudent methods should be productive of much good. But the average tem perance propagandist is usually of the uncompromising vinegar-faced variety v. of woman, or a man who is wholly ig norant of the ways of the world outside his own Bocial environments. And these are the class that blindly rush in and ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PATHETIC SIDE OF WAR. Scenes at the War Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 December 1899

THE PATHETIC SIDE OF WAR Scenes at the War Office A woman stood outside' Winchester House, St. Jamea'-square jobbing as if her heart would break. Three little ones clinging to her skirts looked up wonderingly. A cabman loitering by called down from his perch. " Cheer up, motherI It's all' the fortune o' war." But the ' distracted woman never heard. Her face was buried in her hands, through which the salt tears were falling. She only knew that she was a widow, and her children orphans. " All the fortune of war," said the philosophical cabman. But the sad women who go to Pall Mall to read the fatal lists do not and cannot take the coming of death to their dear ones with the cabman's philosophy. There are infinitely touching scenes to be wit nessed daily in Pall Mall, scenes which may well make one ask whether war as a cure is not worse than the ill it pro. fesses to alleviate. There are two bureaux for giviDg information con cerning the dead and wounded. That for the officers is at th...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Coming Time When Every Man Will Live to be a Centenarian. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 December 1899

The Coming Time When Every Man Will Live to be a Centenarian " The majority of men Bfaonld live to be 100 years of age," is the opinion of a well known deputy.coroner and doc tor, expressed to a London interviewer the other day. " I believe," he added, " the time is coming when the average duration of life will be five score years. " Improved sanitary conditions, educa tion, and ihe advances which are being made in surgery and in medicine will bring that about. The tendency of the medical age is towards prophylactics— that is, the ability to prevent diseases. The researches that have been made in j chemistry with the microscope make it possible to tell many weeks in advance the character oif certain diseases that' are developing in the human body, thus affording physicians an opportunity of killing the germs before the health of the patient runs down and the disease develops. "There can be no "doubt," continued the' doctor, " that in time preventives will be found for many diseases ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Pretty Stepmother. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 December 1899

A Pretty Stepmother. CHAPTER III. Evelyn's mother had followed her ' young husband before many years - el&pBed, and after her education was finished, she had settled down with Iter cousin until Colonel Everard had # given her her new home in Somerset. Evelyn had always been fond, even - as & child of acting- She had a great weakness for the theatre, and loved studying the grand old dramatists of the olden times, and had sometimes had a vague and pleasant dream that she herself was not without some natural talent. The thought was growing in her mind every day now in her changed surroundings, and, at last, became a settled plan. She broached the subject one even ing to Mrs. Warde, as she sat knitting tjy ter drawing-room window over looking the dismal, square garden. 4 You, Evelyn, want to be an ac tress V •Well, my dear Clare, not all at once, of course. But 1 must do some tiling. I can't fall back into the humdrum life of a year or two ago.' •You always seemed happy ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 December 1899

WEBLEYAK. December 1?—CeDtral Tilba and WondeJla II; Qna&m& 2.30; Cobargb and Bermagoi 7.30. M. Walkea.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PASTEURISING MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 December 1899

PASTEURISING MILK In reply to correspondence from the chairman of the Clarence Dairymen's Association, Mr. H. H. Honey, & pro minent dairyman at Kiama, writes:— I do not wish to force my opinion up on anyone not inclined to adopt this treatment of milk, but my expe rience leads me to -the definite con clusion that the method, if properly carried out, has many advantages. It is 2£ years since pasteurising was adopted in the Pioneer factory here, and during that time there has not been a -single complaint against the butter, or cream from the milk so treated. Excellent butter can be and is made without pasteurising, but under the most favorable circurostanoes both the flavor and keeping qualities are, I believe, improved, and when the conditions of weather, pasture, &c., are not the most favorable, there is de cidedly a very great advantage in pasteurising. Referring to the sepa rated milk, its value in the way of oalf feeding is very much increasedi and my experience ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRYING IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 December 1899

'dairying in victoria. In the west of Victoria dairying is making strides. A number of the squatters have entered the business on the share system, and find it works well. The usual agreement is for the landlord to find the land and cows, build a dwelling and sheds, the tenant finding the labor and receiving one third of the actual produce of the farm. The Colac factory is the largest butter-making establishment, in Victoria. It is supplied from 22 largest size separators, worked at seven centres. Last year this factory' turned out £70,000 worth of butter, and the output has been 30 tons a week of late. Pasteurising is fast be- j coming popular in Victoria, and the | number of plants is fast increasing.; Last season there were 28 plants at work, this year there are 40. The greatest enemy of the temper-, ance party has been its own intole. ranoe. • " ' Homing pigeons were released at Flemington and flew to Porb Pine, South Australia, a distance of 550 miles as the ctow flies/in 13£ h...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Inter-Association Cricket Match. Southern Counties v Cobargo District. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 December 1899

Inter-Association Cricket Match. Southern Counties v Coliargo Dis trict The first test match this season be tween the above Associations was* played on the Gobargo wicket on Saturday. Ever since the inatogured fixture between the Districts, tlie games have resulted evenly, probably owing to the difficulty experienced on both sides, in getting the chosen team to travel, but last Saturday the visi tors scored their first win on the local wicket. Bega played without Binge man, Phil. Tarlinton, Symes and McPaul, and Duff, Everehed, and Marshall were included, the team bat. fing a man short. Cobargo did with out the service of Storman and Walter Boxsell, Oampbell -and Henry taking their places. Much disappointment was felt at Storman's non-appearance, he being chosen mainly for his wicket keeping, although Tom Inskip filled that position with a confidence en tirely his own. The game attracted an unusual number of spectators, and amongst players and the public, these big matches are becom...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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