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A Pretty Stepmother. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

A Pretty Stepmother. .GilAFTER III. But Eveljn'i dressing-room was always' shared with the second lady, Miss Nita Uojtyh, a bluck ry« d girl, wbohad commenced her career in a Wes'.End milliner's, and fancying -herself ,*n embryo Ellen Terry or .§a,ra Bernliardtyhadtaken to the proj (ession, to the infinate disgust of hex . pioaaTelatit'es ^t horHe, and who had begun life with- ths'plaiucr name cf "Fanny Smith, and^whh tLis youngs ladj £>'eiy%i :3id not so well fraternise. Sire was full of air.*, of affectations, and of a boundless vanity;.and she bad not been a member of Mr. De Lara's company a fortnight before she fancied chat , gentleman in lore with her, and chose -Evelyn as her confi dkete for. all her tender rcm*niscences. 4: Mr; Eugene De Lara was a tall man of thirty, who had been -on the stage since he was an infant, and was con sidered very handsome by the ladies of bis audiences, and was by so means averse to showing off his fascinations to the feminine members of his c...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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WESLRYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

WSSLKTAK. - • December S4 -CobarfiO 11; Qiui'ima 2,80 ; Central • ' - Tilba 7.30. Xmas Da; 25—Cobargo 7.30. - . H. Walkeb.

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ASSOCIATION CRICKET. Bermagui v, Dry River. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

ASSOCIATION CRICKET Ser&agni v, Dry River The first round of the senior grade competition was completed on Satur day, when Dry River defeated Ber magui on the latter's wicket by 83 runB on the first innings. So far Dry River has won every fixture in first grade while Cobargo has won one and lost one, Bermagui being'defeated in the two matches played. The wicket was very soft, and batsmen had to be on the alert, the ball bumping, shoot ing, and breaking in an erratic'fashion, Bermagui would do well to devote, a little spare time in making their wic ket a lees likely source of' increased business to aocident asaurancfe societies. The captain of the home team won the toss from Tom Inskip, and decided to field. Dry River opened with M. Walsh and E. Boyd, both playing very carefully, and it was not till the score hadreaelied 46 that a separation was effected,- E. Boyd being caught by McMillan off Ferguson. Barrett filled the vacancy, and jitit on 13 when a shooter from Fe£gbson ....

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

jht Uteek's XXl**» SpeAkino at Dublin, Mr. Chamber lain proposed that any pro.Boer meetings be proclaimed riotous demon strations. General Methuen's Kim fcerley ' relief column has suffered a severe repulse at Magersfontein,' mid -way between the Modder River and Xamberley. The Boers occupied a strongly entrenched position, and num ?bered about 12,t)00. General Heth nen commanded 11,000 British. The battle commenced with an artillery 'duel in Sunday, when the British shelled the Boer entrenchment for several hours. On Monday, at day break, the British infantry attacked the Boer position, bat failed in a des perate attempt to capture the trenches. The Highland Brigade bore the brunt ■"of the infftntry advance, and was pro tected-on the .right and rear by the ^Guards Brigade. The Gordon High landers supported the other infantry ■engaged; The British held their ground, ifacing the Boer entrenchments until -dark." The Boer position extended for ^ix miles in the direction of Modder ■Rive...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (From our Sydney Corgespondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Butter, creamery and factory 9d, dairy 7|d to 8d, cheese 4d to 5£d, bacon 4Jd to 7£d, hams 7 id to 9£d, eggs 8£d to 9d, fowls 2/6 to 4/6, ducks 2/6 to 3/. Captain Logan of the Arcadia re ports seeing a large steamer sunk on the east side of White Top Bocks, near Albany, It is estimated that the coBt' to the colonies of the second contingent will be £100,000. Applications to the number of 600 have been registered, 300 from civilians. McKay, Minister for Education, Yiotoria, has b;en defeated when seek ing re-election. Lyne says orders have been sent to England for 5000 additional rifles, and that 30,000 serviceable rifles are at present in the colony. He also ex pressed his intention of taking steps to establish a small arms and ammunition factory in the colony. The Assembly Loan Bill was read a third time. The Appropriation Bill has passed through Committee. A message wai received frotu the Upper House stating that the...

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BEGA DISTRICT JOGKEY CLUB. NOMINATIONS and WEIGHTS OPENING HANDIBAP, 6 furlcngs. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

BEGA DISTRICT JOGKEY CLUE ' NOMINATIONS and WEIGHTS Opxhiho Hxsdisif, 6 furlcngs. at» J. Gollan's oh m Folly ... ... 9 • A' Wilson's br m Bosawood/e yr* ... 6 S W. E. HttifllTa cli g Priorec, 6 yrs . ... 8 o E. WilBOD's br m The Dove ... ... 7 7 P. Johnson's br m Lady Linton ... 7 7 J/Lr Batsman, jnnlor'schg Prim ... ... 7. 6. S. Shirpo'B gg Turk, 6 yrs ... ... 7 8 H. Bichardr bl h Woodcraft 6 yrs?" ... 6 13 Mrs. L P. King's b m Pysdia, Syrg ... £ 7 W.C. Allon'sbmScctt'sIimiment ... fl 7 fniii. Sfjunts, wia., 6 fartougs. '. H. Eichhrd's bl h Woodcraft 6 yrs ' ... S 1 T. Sherd's b or br g Gonnrgo.aged ... 8 12 M. DonaldBon's ch g Gold Duet 5 y ... 8 11 W C Allan's b m Soott's Liniment ... 8 18' A W McCarthy's eh m Calm, 6 yrs ..; 8 13 JButton'sNoviooII(lateNovice) ... Ill A Wilson's br or bl's liQmington ... 8 11 8 Sharpe's blk g Volunteer, 4 yrs . ... 8.11 D Heffernan's chgHajppy Moments - ... S B F Johhson'sbrm Zelma, 4 yp» ... ... 8 11 J T Snna'sTi g EMmgton,Syrs ... ... t |. Mbxs...

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HOW BRAVE LEADERS FELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

HOW BB&VE LEADERS FELL A WAn correspondent thus describes the fatal shooting of General Penn Symons ;—General Sjmons was shot just after leaving the cover of a pian. tation, while riding with Colonel Cartnell and his staff. He made no attempt to conceal his position, for wherever be rode on the field he was followed by his orderly carrying a lance and rtd pennant, and as most of - the better class of Boers fcave good field-glasses, there would be no diffi culty in picking him out. Jnst as he - was biittg carried off the field he passed a line of infantry, and said, - "Go on, my lads; you are fine fellows, all of you"; then to ah officer, "Tell General Yule-of my wound. Say that it iB but. slight, and I shall be out again in a day or two.' He had de clared, on seeing the precipitous slope of the Boer's position.just before the fight began, "We shall show them ' now that British soldiers can scale a mountain as steep as Majuba in face of the fiercest Boer fire." The more one h...

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" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

; Evil to Mm who evil thinks," THEY SAY: That evidence in the Cobargo Courts should be taken down word for word as given by the witnesses and not ae„. cording to the whimsical construction of amateurish C'a P.S. That Australasia oould, if necessary, supply 10,000 men for service in South Africa. That the expressions of spite'by foreign powers . against England is proof that her cause in S.A. is a' righteous one—the -local expressions are proof of ignorance. That despite the fact that the Yonrie races were • organised in a hurry a number of CobargOniana mill be in at tendance That the practice of local landlord J's.P. sitting on the bench when any of their tenants are before the Court is, to say the least, bad form ; and That to avoid even the semblance of scandal in connection with the admini stration of justice offenders in this re spect would do well to take this Mat; and / That one local Justice,showed a deli cate appreciation of hiB position when he refused to adjudicate where h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

At the Land Sale Maud J. O'REILLY are favored with • instructions from Mr. 0. Jaggars to sell the above. A Day's Horse-racing —Wilt BE HELP AT— YOTJBIE —ON— When BRIDLES and other articles will be competed for. JOHN "WHITTAKEB, Hon. Sec. Yourie Jockey Club. DEISTTISTBY Mr* DENTAL SURGEON; . BECA Ceovpn akd Bridge Work a Spficiiirry. £5 REWARD] I will pay the above reward io ANY PEBSON giving information that will lead to the conviction of the person or per sons who burnt my wattle. bark at new England on the 1st Instant. WILLIAM TIEBNEY, 6th Bee., 1899. F. A. OBMISTON, Pharmacist, s ■ BE^ MB. OEMISTON begs to intimate U the public of JBegagnd aurrouailinj districts thit lie has PURCHASED thi BUSINESS lately carjied <m hy Mr. Ales |ii£Se^'s2id.1mB replenished it •with -a Heavj Stock of Pure Drags ana Chemicals..' iisojaOoaiplet^ Btocfc oitpnstr beqtti BiTBB. and B MneCoUec^on* <jf pebfuicem fromtbe (test English, Amoruain, Jfrencl aad "German Houses. ■ ..;i, Bru...

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A Wounded Australian's Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

Abounded AuBtraJiaa's Expe* rience* * Hkbe I jain -again in the hospital, bjul this time 'from a Boer ballot in my right shoulder, obtained daring tJhe fight we had at Elanteta&gte, 'which is about 2B miles from the. LadysunjBl camp. Bet l am writing on smaga. zine, and it is slipping all over the place, and my arm is still very painful.' Thus wrote J.. D. Lacy Sutton, on Australian, with the Imperial Light Horse, and he continues about Elands* laagte:— • About half-past five yrd again got the order to dismount, and after going a few yard?, a large body of the enemy opened fire on tie, they being on -a splendid high kopje and we on the sloping ground. 1 Their firing was fearful. Several of the Gordon Highlanders told ub afterwards that we were under the same fire tor an hour which they had for tea mifiutfca at Dargai. It was -Smply like hail. The singing noise of .the bullets going through the air,, and then the splatter, followed by the "cry ofsoine-poor devil who was morta...

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TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

TILBA TILBA (From our c.vx Coreesp6ndest.) A meeting was held at Central Tilba last Friday evening for the purpose c£ ' suitably recognising the capture of til's perpetrator of the Wellesley outrage , by Constable Branch. It waB decdelj to open shilling subscriptions through? out the whole districts from here to Bombala. A committee consisting of. Messrs. S..W. Bate, -J. P. Seccombe^ J. H. Crapp, R. M. Bate and O. . May was appointed and a wire was sent, to the authorities asking for permission to make the presentation to Constable. Branch. The particulars of the arrest of the criminal are still fresh in the minds of everyone and I fell sure - that), a liberal response will be made to. practically show Constable Branch that; the energy he displayed in the case is appreciated. . •Mr.'G. Brentn&U, Clerk of Works* Educational Department, has just been, down and selected 5he site for the uew. public School building. It is to bB erected on the Box Ridge between Marsh mead : and -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

TENDERS. TENDERS are invited for CATERING for the Race Ball to be held, January 16th, 1900. Tenders close December 27th, 1899. Further particulars cnn be obtained from the hon. sees. A. BUCHANAN \ F. ADAMSON J Hon. Sees PUBLIC APOLOGY. I HEREBY APOLOGISE to Mr. Otho Heuser for the untruthful and insult ing language I used to him in Cobargo on the 15th instant, the said language being quite unprovoked on his part. T. BEADMAN. Cobargo, December 16th, 1899. ANNUALJIA.CES. Monday & Tuesday, 1ST & 2ND JANtTAST TWO PUBLIC HOLIDAYS MEMBER'S SUBSCRIPTION with most LIBERAL PRIVILEGES—£1 1B. LaBGEST NOMINATIONS EVJ3B EECeiVED. JOHN TJNDERHILL, Secretary. Saturday. 30th Dec. —IMPORTANT SALE— —OP— 4 Town Allotments, (TOWNSHIP OF COBARGO) —BEING— LOT 7, section 2, (Tennis Ground) LOT 20, section 1 LOTS 1 and, 4, section 3 Mand J. O'REILLY are favored with •. instructions from Captain E. L. Baldwin to sell above by public auction on the ground. Sale at 2.30 p.m. NEW POTATOES. Satu...

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AN IDIOM. (From the "Bulletin." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

AN IDIOM (Prom the "Bulletin." Her freckled face Is full of charm, There's supple cpace In neck and arm, Her eyes divine Se?ts hearts a rawing; I'd make her mine But for one thing: She dins a phrase I can't endure, And always says, 'Tk Shitre !" Now, when a gent 'With ardour thrills. All sentiment That idiom kills. And Love's short-cut Thus leads, alack 1 To nothing but A jcul-de-eac. Of all Eve's types, Kind Heaven cure . The girl who pipes, ■"In: ShtjrbJ* I recollect A joknby-wboia This maiden wrecked -In youthfifliJoom. One daj hs ^"pigS^ed" ■ (He stammered, too), "I want"—he stopped— ■"To—marryyon!" His face die eyed With look demure, And then replied, "I'm Shure !" Poor johnny he Fell through the door. His modesty Was stricken sore. It seemed a doubt . 'Her phrase implied; _ He staggered out And gently died. . They found him dead And told it her; She merely said, ' "T« Sucre 1" The Boers are graying to God for victory over the British, and the Bri tish areprayingto the same Ood...

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THE NATION'S "ONLY JOE." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

THE NATION'S "ONLY JOE-* It wa8 somewhere ia the fifties lli& the manufacture of screws by machin ery was patented iu America. Mr. Chamberlain is a good business man, and he »t once couci.ived the idea . of monopolising-for his firm—Nettlefoid and Chamberlain—the control of, the uew system of manufacture in Britain, France ail- Germany. The two chief firms who had adopted the process under the patent he bought out fitter, protracted negotiations, other firms he bought up, and smaller makers who still ran the did process had to suc cumb he contracted with the Ameri* can patentees for sole rightR, and at once laid the foundation of a large fortune for himself and his partners. It may be considered singular, but it is nevertheless a fact, that in this business the Birmingham man beat the Yanks. The American patentees would seem to have made no provision in their contract against their own markets being supplied with screws from Birmingham, the consequence! being that thousands ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. D»ysof t lis I Day of | Snn 1 Kun | Moon Week. j Month j Rises j Kets | Rises iTKID.VY 1 Dec- 15 | 4- .'18 j C 2 | 6 34 ^ATlini-AT | „ 16 I 4 38 J 6 2 j 6.32 SVSDAY >j „ 17 ! 4 SO | 6 3| 7 28 UiMiOAC | 18 j .4 39 J G 4 | 8 *10 TvEHDAT. I „ 19 I 4 39 I 7 4 I 8 49 WoXESD'r ] „ 20 i 4 39 j 7 5 I 9 55 THU.18D.VV | „ 21 j 4 40 j 7 6 | 9 67

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

COBARGO HOTEL. , 4WaSTSBXHG AS IT otra&? TO BS. MMMmEii 0a tfiie" <5®a®t. wthism stablim. EXPERIENCED «M0M. .James Urate. fSSf HFNBi mm, COBARGO. I.T.ES&flRQ Proprietor. J. -Keating' has much pleasure in forming iba residentspf OOUABGO and "PnrffinndiDg-Dijtr eta that he has taken over the above well-known 'Hotel, and hopes by ^keeping the- REST BEAK0S of WINES, •SWBITi?, AI>E8, etc., to merit a fair -Share <jf-support. SPECIAL ATTENTION mil be paid to the wants of Commercial and other Travel lers. Commodious Sample Booms available. -GOOD STABLING and a competent igroom tti'attendance. T. K. begs to annonnce for the bene fit 'of visitors from Iho TILBA. NOO BOOMA, BODALLA and NEltiHGUNDAH DI8TBICTS that h's Hotel possesses all -the comforts of a home, while good horse feed 'abdttabe accommodation sie made speciali ties ef the establishment. HORSES & BUGGY FOR HIRE The Central H°tel, BEGA. Vndvs Uw daimsemwi*. KGS to remind VISITORS to...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

LOCAL AND GENEBAL NEWS- j Tuesday tbe 16th January (the day of the races) has been gazetted a public holiday in the district of Eermagui. In answer; to a request from Mr. F. Riley, lion. sec. to the delegates of the associated district progress committees, Mr. H. Clarke, M.P., has wired to the effect that the Minuter for Works has promised to place the amount required (£1500) for wharf Improvements at Bermagui on the loan -estimates. In the final round of the senior com-'; petition Bermagui v Cobargo play at Bermagui on the 30th instant. Co bargo's chosen are:—Frank and Alex Tarliuton, M. . O'Reilly, Campbell, Henry, A, J., and G. Constable, Staunton, Meeke and O'Toole, with Keating and A. Chambers emergen cies, and Robents umpire. At the Police Court on Friday Mr. F. Adamson was charged with slaugh tering a beast at Bermagui "without giving the necessary. notice. First class Constable Blaclonan was just spreading himself out to .prove his case, when Mr. Bland, who appeared for Adam...

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The Chronicle. For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For tie future in the distance, And the good that we can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 22, '99 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 December 1899

For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs ihal tveed resistance, For tie fultire in the diitancc, And Ike good ihfet me can do. Cou.vrgo, Friday, December, 22, '99. On last Friday considerable interest -was manifested in the result-of a case, Police v. Bead man. The charge was one of .obscene language in a public; place—a billiard room Cobargo has had many such cases; but all thp others have dUTered from this one in that lire defendants stood self-con. fessed, or the proof of guilt on the jpart of the police was overwhelming Whereas.in Beadman's case, the only evidence in support of the charge {Senior-Oonstable Kelly's few words had no material bearing on the case), that of. the ' prosecuting constable, Roberts, - Was contradicted in every particular by two reliable and disin terested witnesses (exclusive of the defendant), and Constable Roberts -was left a discredited man, whose oath was 'taken for nothing, the case being dismissed without the defendant's counsel being ca...

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TESTIMONIAL TO MR. C. C. LANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

TESTIMONIAL TO MR- C- 0 LANCE Mr. C. U, IiANce was recently the re cipient of a most artistic address and purse of sovereigns from a large num ber of (he dairy farmers and business people of the Richmond River district. The presentation waB made at a smoke concert) in Lit-more, tit which the Mayor of I/ismore presided. Here are a few extracts from some of the speeches delivered:— The chairman, Mr. t^Flynn, said ib was his privilege to preside at the meetings when the movement was in itiated which had since developed with such immense success. Their guest had impressed them at that time with biB perfect candour, and his manliness in laying the whole matter before them. They had now bad about five years' experience of tie scheme, and had found it to work most successfully. The large assembly indicated bow greatly Mr.: Lance's services were: appreciated. The Major then presented Mr. Lance with the address and a purse containing a hundred sovereigns. The address, we may add, is a very h...

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THE PROFITS OF DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

THE PROFITS OF DAIRYING- | Writing on the big profits made from dairying in New Zealand, an exchange remarks;—A typical case {gays the Rangitikel correspondent of the Post) I is that of Mr. Carl Anderson, whose dairy operations are on a somewhat large scale, and who milks by machi nery. He is now sending to the factory 160 gallons per day, although the sea son is not far advanced, lie expects his quota will soon amount to 250 gal lons a day, and he intends to milk 100 cows this season. Last year he real ised an average of .£8 2s 6d per cow for milk alone, and counting calves and pigs, the profit) was £9 10s per cow. Two acres of his land Buffice to keep a cow all the year round. Mr. Anderson ' would not sell his land for any price that any person would be likely to offer, and considering that his income totalled JE5 per acre last year, it is not surprising that £30 an acre would be I no temptation to him. Yet there are thousands of acres as good in the settle ment, and splendid inco...

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