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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 December 1899

POTitTQBS i\: 8 *;&*>.' ;;tvr;?:" ' "-V A Day's Horse-racing -—Willi, HELD J.T— YOtJllIE ON ■oznra day, When BEIDLES and other articles will be competed for. JOHN WHITTAKEB, Hon. Sec. Tonne Jockey dub. Department ot Public Works, Bands Office, Mornya, 11th Dec., 1899. TENDERS addressed to the Clerk of Petty Sessions at Moruya, and en dorsed "Trader for Road Work," will be reoeivttd up to noon on THURSDAY, 88th December, 1899. for works on the following roads:— Contract No. 10/99-1900, Main Sooth Coast Boad at Mullenderee j contract 80, Main South Boad, Morula; contract 28, road Mogo to Honan's ; and contract 29, Cidlendolla Creek road. Specifications may be seen at the Courthouse, Moruya, bJbo at Post Offioe, Mogo, for contract 28, and Post Office, B&texnan's Bay, for 29. BOBERT J. GILL, Boad Super. Department of Lands, Sydney, 7th December, 1899. THE attention of ALL PERSONS IN TERESTED is invited to "Govern ment Gazette" of the 2nd instant, in which appears noti...

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

SEEING BY WIRE. Marconi has a rival in Jan Szczepanik, a Pole. The former does without wires to transmit telegraphic messages; the latter uses them to enable objects to be seen which, without them, were invisible through great distance. Szczepanik was a school master, and some few years ago worked out the theory that sight is gradual by means of points of light which follow each other. The eye does not take in an object at once, but only '"point" by " point," and if light can transmit the picture to the reflective organ in thfr way when the object is near, why should it not do so by means of an electric current when the object is far away? This was the question-which the Polish schoolmaster set himself to answer, and the result of five years' labor was a machine which answered the purpose, conditionally that the ob ject was not more distant than 40 miles. On completing his wonderful Invention, Szczepanik communicated with the Government of Austria, soli citing an opportunity to demo...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NERRIGUNDAH. (From a correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 December 1899

NERBIGUNDAH. (From a correspondent). Sous of the Nerrignndah claims have had a cleaning up and with gratifying results. Messrs. Latty Bros, stands an easy first) and have topped all pre vious splendid reoords, their Christmas box being a cake of gold weighing 170 ounces taken from 26 tons of stone. This is a record for the old Gulph, and is the largest cake of gold ever obtained , from any reef about the locality. The Bros, had previously dollied out 41 ounces from a few pouuds of stone, thus bringing the total up to 211 ounces for 26 tons of stone. We: congratulate these genuine miners on their good fortune, and hope there are still better things in Btore for them. The reef has now proved valuable and permanent, and in the near future will no doubt give employment to many men. Motby and Party's cleaning up turned out mubh better than they an ticipated, realising an ounce and a half to the ton. This must be considered highly satisfactory and encouraging. Anderson and Mitchell, 1 am ...

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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 — 15 December 1899

H < OUR TELEGRAMS' (From oub sidney Oorbbwohdikt.) r. Sydney, thursday. &0TTK8, flieaniery and factory 9d, ■dairy^jd to 8d, bacon 4Jd to 7Jd, liata*7£dto 8Jd, cheese 4d to £$d, «ggs?d to8W, fowls 2/6 to 4/6, ducks 2/« to 3/. . At the Adelaide criminal court yes terday David D;k« and bia mother - vm sentenced to four years hard labor ' and John Dykes to two years lor bur *>«7' The Tipper House yesternight com pleted tbe consideration of the Gold Dredging Bill in committee making a number .of amendments. They fixed tbe rental of gold bearing crown lands •tonepound per acre. The Assembly had another all-night sitting, making good progress with (be .,«stfoatesMid passing votes for the Attorney General, Public Service Board, Lands, Works, Justice and Hallway Departments without any material alterations. The House ad journed tor breakfast and the Premier is determined to complete tho estimates before the sitting closes. 33ie trouble between the seamen and Shipowner's...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ESSAY ON HAN [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 December 1899

AN ESSAY ON HAN ' Man that is born of woman is few of days and full of microbes. The mo ment he hits the earth be starts (or the grave, and the longer he travels the faster he goes. HiB visible reward for long days of labor, and nights of walking the floor with a teething baby La an epitaph he can't read and a tomb stone he doesn't want. In the first of the seven ages of roan he's licked, in the last he's neglected, and in all the others he's a target for the lying, meddlesome mischief maker—a -woman who won't tend to her own business. If he does not marry his first love he'll wish he had, and if he does he'll al. ways wish he BadA't. Yet no man ever flies freedom's flag for patriotism (with a pension) with half the enthu. siasm that he will trail the red, white, and blue that constitutes tlie banner of female beauty. He will face the lion in hie den, face the .booming cannon, tread the ocean foam beneath his feet) and yet will tremble like a half-frozen eggsuckiDg duck when called ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Evil to him who evil thinks" THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 December 1899

11 Evil to him who evil think*." THEY SAY: That a Bega paper refers to a visiting clergyman as one of the most tbustkd ministers of bis church. That the Bega Vigilance Committee were happy in their choice of a secretary. That two intending Cobargo visitors to the Tilba concert when a. few miles on the road had the Btarch taken out of their masher collars by the thunder shower; and That they thereupon beat a retreat home wards to the accompaniment of the good natured jibingB of sundry friends—the " time" the returned Lancers are getting is only a circumstance to it; and: That such " sugar and salt", individuals are not likely to volunteer for the Trans vaal. That the Sam's Creek school children ate to have a picnic at an early date; and That small donations are being solicited for the purpose of. buying toys for the occa sion; and That one Cobargo pious (P) man refused to subscribe because the collector didn't' deal with him—a sample of " church-going " charity. That ex-Premier Beid'...

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

CHURCH OP ENQLAVD* DMMdlief 17-Cobargo 11: Diguam'6 Creelc 2.30; TBI* (H,C.)7JiO.

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SONS AND DAUGHTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 December 1899

SONS AND DAUGHTERS. Tub home life of young people is, as a rule, not made attractive, which causes them to seek pleasure elsewhere. In childhood they need someone to help them to little pleasures ; someone who will hot be continually saying, 'Sit quiet!' (everything young is playful), 'Don't make that noiBe !' or 'Get out of my way!' Provided they stop when they are told, they should be allowed to have something to say at meal times, especially at meal times, especially' at'the evening meal. A tactful parent cnn form a good idea of their behaviour when out ol sight, and a little pleasant talk iB gocd for diges tion. They should be sent to bed as happy as possible! Being a Colonial, the writer has not seen how things are done in the old country, but I have heard people say it is impossible to rear children in this country. The rearing is done in the homes, and those who can rule in England should be able to rule in Australia. When young folks are budding into men and women they form ...

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 — 15 December 1899

- OUB" BEGA BUDGET (Bt Nemo) The great be$.t experienced last week (whibh, I bblieve, 'was caused by the sulphuric mutterings of those fallen: Ministries) has been responsible!or the realisation that we require better bath ing accommodation- thap. the primitive baths designed by nature, which are at preSent the only means oar great un. washed have of indulging in an occa sional ablution. But a greater griev. ance has to be .ventilated. The only, convenient natural waterhole is. that known as the " Junction," and prior to the. advent of the N.S.W. Creamery Co. those in need of a little swimming exercise took advantage of the facilities it afforded ; but now that its - waters simply " reek " (with apologies to the C. & E. Union) with slime and grease, as a result of the above mentioned company utilising it as a repository for their overflow matter, votaries of the natatory art have been compelled to forego the pleasure, or1* to suffer in silent martyrdom the inhalation of its ...

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

CSTOCH SERVICES. 3T\WlSf* ffryn'fs vlll ^6 ccuilucua in tbe distric l V • 1 • iJ .3" JIOMAS CATHOLIC, , r. VfaWirtkpjfcriried at 8.30 a.m. and 11.15 a.m. every I • BufcSia.f «t Cobargo. |j.yypin0y derolion erery Saaday at 7.80 p.aa* -•.■■-"jff- - ■'•*. _ T\ JLenkt.

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SIR REDVERS BULLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 December 1899

SIR REDVERS BULLER General Sir Red vers Buller (says the London Letter) , is essentially the strong man. He reaches liis decision, and then he k'.eps his head and allows nothing to turn him .from his course. As "with many-ether men, his charac-, ter is written in hiB face, expressive it' is, bnt he would be a bold man who provoked the sternness which it is capable of conveying. Tall and strongly built, he looks the ideal of & soldier, and while he has coo high a sense of discipline for the slightest whisper to have ever affected hia fair fame in the matter of due obedience to his superiors, he exacts from his offi cial inferiors an equally complete and prompt obedience coupled with an energy equal to his own. It is for this reason that he is respected throughout the whole army, and that everyone, from the nearest to him in rank to ..the most recently enlisted private, is eager to have the oppor tunity of working under him. His distinguished military career has been one of fe...

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

Generally the week's news has been uneventful in the 'way of battles, though ' fuller detailehavfi- cfrrtie to hand of the gory eng*gem$ntg at Modder Riven and, Graw»%.^. The N.8.W. Lancers, tractor . tieiijfc.,, Os borne, charged a bigbody of tjetreaU ing Boers, and forced them to seek cover. Fuller details of the-Modder River battle show that • it: war "-©ne of the most , remarkable on record,- Bri tish staff officers declaring ..tfyato the Union Jack soldiers never f^eed a severer or. more sustained fife. "The Boera o^oupied a' very strotigly en trenched position (the work of Several weeks) oft 'both bankB of the- Modder River, as well as on an island- in the middle, of the stream. They, were es pecially strong on the northern bank, [ being concealed from view amid the mimosa boshes, which thickly fringe the banks on both sides. After a lull in the artillery firing, and;y &elmving the township had been evacuated t'; the first Battalion of Scots Guards- ad vanced, under Li...

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

Weekly calendar. | d*v« of ilia i D»j of i Sim 1 fc'un i Moon . Week. i Mouth | Kmsb | -'«la i ii"®" Fmoay i dec. 8 | 4 37 | <f s7| jo | katubi at I „ 9 i 1 SS.i . fckdv* ..10 1 * 88 « 69 ) p.M. r Monday „ 11 I * 88 1 6 69 | 1 19 TpBRBAT ! „ 12 | 4 38 1 7 01 2 28 "w'tohbsd Y i IS . 4 38 ( 7 1.( 3 28 TtrunsD'.Y | „ 14 | 4 88 i 7 ii 4 8)

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 December 1899

COBARGO HOTEL. EVERYTHINa AS IT OTOHT 70 SB. EXTENSIVE 8TABLINC. EXPERIENCED JiROOM. Proprietor. J. T. "Keating has ranch pleasure in reforming the residents of COBARGO and BnTtonndingSistr ctB that he haa taken over the above well4mown Hotel, and hopes by ' leeping the BEST BBANDS tit WINES, SPIRITS,' ALEB, etc., to merit a fair =shareo£ support. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be paid to the wantB of Commercial and other Travel lers. Commodious 'Sample Booms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent /groom in attendance. J. T. X. begs to annonnce for the "bene fit of visitors bom tho TILBA, NOO BOOMA, BODALLAand NEREIGUNDAH -DISTRICTS thathis Hotel poespseee nil the ■comforts of a home, while , good horse feed and stabe accommodation are made speciali ties ef the establishment. HOBSES & BUGGY FOB HIRE The Central H°tel, BEGA, UfaSoc JRew BCaasgeaaetii. MRS. MFTER *T>EGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA JO that they will find the CBNTBAL ■offersBpeoil Advantages, being furnished through...

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

LOCAL AND .GENERAL NEWS. Rev. J. D. Murray vril! hold ser vice iii Coharjjo on Wednesday even, ing next, 20th instant, at 7.30. The local and district public schools break up to-day for Che Christmas vac ation, extending over a month. We are pleased to report that Mrs. Q. Motby, who has been seriously ill for. some months, has almost quite recovered, and will return to Cobargo in the course of a few days. Thb Nerrigundah cricketers have decided to play the return match with Oobargo on the 5th January, and will probably meet Dry River on the following day on the Cobargo wicket, Oub member, Mr. H. Clarke has se cured X100 for expenditure on Bega Street, Bega, and is endeavouring to secure • grant of £350 to repair Carp street, Mb. F. Mead was unfortunate in losing one of his waggonette horses on Monday last. Theanimal hod its leg broken by a kick from another horae and had to be destroyed. ' The following will represent Dry River in the first grade match against Bermagui to-mbrrow :—B...

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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, DECEMBER, 15, '99 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 December 1899

For-the cause that lacks assistance, For the vsrtmgt thai need resistance, :~-For the future in the distance, . Ani the good that tee can do. Cobaboo, Friday, Decembbb, 15, '99. The most pleasing item of news .which has reached as for some time ' oomi'B from a Nerriguudah correspon dent and appean in another column to - the effefct that Lattv Bros, have cleaned up I TO ounces of gold from 26 tons of ■tone, taken from their now famous .mine situate at Red Creek, They hod gust previously dollied 42 ounces from a Caw pounds of stone, so that really it can be said'ihat 26 loiii returned over eight ounces to the ton. Latty Bros. ! ■re to be congratulated upon their good fortune in possessing such a fine pro. j perty. And they deserve all Ihey get, for they have, with true miners grit?, persevered inthe' faceof-difficulties in prospecting the ranges in search of a payable reef. They believed, with many others, in the auriferous nature of the country, and their pluck and hard work have bee...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE V. PEOPIE. Cobargo Police Court, Friday, 15th December, 1899. (Before Messrs. F. B. Ha'es, P.M., and F. G. Ruberts and A. Tarlinton, J.'s P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

POLICE V. PEOPI.E Cobargo Police Xlourt, Triday» 15th December, 1899. (Before Messrs. F, B. Ha'es, iP-M., and F. G. Ruberts and A. Tarliuton, J.'sP.) Tiiomas Bkadiian was charged' with using obscene language is a public ^lace, viz., the billiard room of the Post Office Hotel. Defendant pleaded 'not guilty,' and was defended by Mr. F. Blond. Henry Roberts, on oath, said as follows: Am a police constable sta tioned at Cobargo. On 17th Novem ber last, about 3.30 p.m., I was on town duty., went into the billiard room at the Post Office Hotel, and saw the defendant and Beveral others there. Defendant was phying bil liards with Mr. Kennelly Heard the defendant make nso of the language namtd in the information—''S on the shot; that's a i' of a shot." I walked over to the defendant, and told him I wanted to speak to him. Called him outside the billiard room and said to him, 'I have cautioned you about your language before and I will now summons you.' He replied, 'what did I say Y I repeated...

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

CHAPTER IV. whatever vexation Mr. De Lara had expressed when he heard that Evelyn , must absent herself, he was the first to welcome her back with effusion and winning graciousness, and it was soon | made manifest to her that 'ier manager was cultivating an entirely new man. ner towards her; every day some new attention was showered upon ' Miss Linton,' and one evening when she had to wear a ball-dress in one* of the acts, she found a spray of flowers lying upon her dress-table when she entered the room, and could form no idea at first as to who had sent them. ' So you are not wearing my roses, ' Miss Linton!' Why not ? I was looking forward to seeing them on you in this act ' Yours t said Evelyn, in unfeigned surprise. Then she flushed a little oroudlv. ' I am very sorry you should have troubled about them, Mr. De Lara, for I cannot wear them J' • Why; don't yon like red flowers ? I'll send yon white if yon prefer them. You've only to say,' * Please do not S3nd me any more. I—I—can...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

4 • -blCRCK or FNGLAND. Desembsr 11-; tTilba 2.80; Coosrgo ] ■'■ 7.30. Xzs&r Bay 26—Cobargo II, Bermagoi ; [■*{ Tilba 7.30.

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[?]UROH SERVIOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

= .G3TO0S SSSWOSS. ] •as follows JLOHAS CA.TiLO.LlC, 'HteB celebrated at S.30 a.m/jmd 31,15 every 'Simd&y at Ccb&rgo, ■iresiofr devotion efovj Susda? at T.30 p.m. • P. XENSY.

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