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A Pretty Stepmother. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

A Pretty Stepmother. CHAPTER III. The first was, that the turning point of her career had came—there would be do more torturing doubt as to whether Bhe had talent or not; she knew by the quivering instinct that (raised through all her being that she liad more, even genius itself ; ahd with a flash it came to her m>nd that Mr. De Lara had seen it, too, with eyes of long experience, and had thought her not* bad speculation in the matrimon ial lottery. A week's work at the varied parts which she ployed while Mrs. Lane was ill, bronght Evelyn a brilliant) notice in the stage of the following week, and s&veral local papers gave glowing accounts of the performances of a 'brilliant and intellectual young ac tress whose future held the brightest promise, aud to whom fortune seemed assured. Evelyn was grateful to tbe manager who had allowed her this early chance of showing her powers—a chance r>hn well knew many a clever artist; mast wait yeats to obtain—bat she could not allow...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

CHTXSOE SEBTOOBB. L ITI CSS will lie eonaootkt tn the dirtric i *OMUI CATHOLIC, MMl«Wbmt*a«t8J80 ul ana U3S ajn. ever? Sunday*t Coburya. fereain* deration erery Sandfly at cmmca or snsuhd. Deoemwn-Ortaiso (Ha) J JO. No midnight BSTTicO. fl. SOAMB. irsiuni*. DttunW 31—Cofcargo XI; Qiiumi 130 j Central Till* and bermatfui 7.80. M. Walxeb.

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Good Draught Stock. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

Go:d Draught Stock. TfiiE Sydney Mail gives some sensible hints on the maintenance of good breeds of horses for farm and draught purposes. It points oat (bat while for years €lydtsdale si ma were imported and kept up to the mark, degeneracy has taken place,, and the same observa tion holds good with regard to certain other breeds also. The Suffolk Punch is now becoming popular in our colony, and sires wilt be in demand for croBtdog with Clydesdale and other mare?, there being few Suffolk Punch mares in the colonies. A fruitful cause of degeneracy is the preference given by the owners of mares to cheap stallions. This is a great mistake on the part of breeders, and one that cannot be too strictly guarded against. It is Argued that prices of the progeny will not pay for high stud prices, but a couple of pounds is nothing in the price of a-supertor animal over a non descript, and the buyer speedily pays it. Look at the purchasers of remounts at the present time. The upstanding animal e...

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CHAPTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

CHAPTER. Colonel Evebard and bis friend Charteris had had a year of splendid sportin Northern India; tad quite a collection of handsome skins piled up in their quarters ready to be brought borne, and ail of which had fallen to their own two guns; and then at last) each began to thro-v „oub vague hints to the other as to what they had bet ter honest. * to going slowly hojjieirards, Everard V asked the wea ther-beaten, le^a old man who had Wsn in the Indian Civil Service all bis.life, and, although now supposed to be living quietly down at Brighton. Ilia shat^redremnant of Ircaltfe, was StHl glad of any excuse " to ran over to India again." 'Are %ou in any hurry to get there T • Well, no: I'm not/ replwd the i&ditel, a^little grimly. Apj time mli^for^^oojyjnow^^^^ijpfit, OTerffflyju^-^jive, you Icqow, s»yi In Iter last-Jeller that she hopes 1 ■felfcHjiot te fcn^j&efore icome to .see twr.'^' ioftVfkuo*; wfcafc (fcjfce child ' daretay ft'j nothing of any consequence; but...

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" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

" Evil to him who evil thinkt." THEY SAY: That a lady music teacher will be estab lished in Cobargo early next month. That a few "injured" individuals deplore that the "Chronicle" is not worth powder and shot; and That the "disaffected" should pool the necessary guinea for legal advice—there'd be no further expense. That a Bnakewas shot in the barn oppo site the "Chronicle" office—the Lodge De puty's "got 'em." * That a pro-Boer J.P., speaking on the •war, said, "If 'England' went to war with •Great Britain' he hoped every Britisher would be shot, and lie'd fight on the side of the Englishmen." That Cobargo will be strongly repre sented at the Bega races; and That the business places will be closed until Wednesday to enable all hands to attend. That after reading the last issue of the "Chronicle" one of the chief agitators for the Tilba postmaster's removal rushed to the office and asked the official in charge to "go for a swiin" with him; but That as the request was made during J o...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

f TZLBA TILBA v- (FrOM OPB OffS C0EBB8PQNDENT.) wstt, Unrutmas Has once more passed away, the fatted duck has lost the number of his mess, the' t>)d family \ rtqrkey has gone where all fat Hrkeys . vbould go, we have 'eaten of the real •old ' Duff,' and are still alive. Bnt there "was really nothing to doin Tilba tliis (Thjistmaa'lbf usual, except eat, but therein tp be a flight diversion on - Newyear's day, for°l hear the XTnion Sunday School are going to have a . picnic on that day. A martial'spirit has been aroused ^amongst us, a patriotic meeting was field at Central Tilba on Saturday feight, a goodly number of both sexes ' being present,-a local committee was formed to canvas the district for Bub r wcriptions. A ladies commit tee was «lso formed in connection with the ? Nightingale* fund. -At the close of "the meeting, another was held for the purpose of forming- a " Civilian Rifle Oorps." Considerable enthusiasm was ^evinced and. a resolution was carried unanimously that a ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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OUR BEGA BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

OUR BEGA BUDGET. (b? Nemo) It seems remarkably anomalous that w-hilst the various l.eads cf the reli gious bodies are. preaching "Peace on earth, goodwill to men," the inhabi tants ol this continent should be im bued with such warlike fervor as that which they are at present manifesting. And in no place ia this war fever more rampant than in our own loyal town, although we occasionally lrar some irresponsible fanatic giving vent to his outraged feelings because England magnanimously protects the rights and and liber ies of her subjects. And, moreover, the splendid response made by locil citizens to the appeal to the disrtict to furnish its quota for a second contingent for the Transvaal should effectually dispel the false im pression; created by a few nonentities who,' in tbe fulness of their own pusil lanimity, contended that had those who had gone with the first contingent foreseen the reverses England has suf fered they would not have volunteered for service with such enthusiasm....

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CORRESPONDENCE. To THE EDITOR COBARGO CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Edxtob Oobabgo Chkonicu] Sib,—la your issueof the 22nd ine your leader comments are very stror on men who are opposed to yot liberal and loyal views on the Transvi war question. You talk of the lifoerit of speach of the subject and you at the first to curtail them t>f that liberil by recommending them to "beeis strung up to the first tree " or " hustle to some safe place of keeping." Its pitly that your not in some safe plat for that complaint cf yours—a swolle bead. I believe theres a law in tb: colony for treason, and there are me in our midst capable to .judge if 01 " vapouring" as you call it are $rei souable and to punish. But you, eit one whos not capable to judge, o privileged to condemn men by callin them " craven hearted cowards," me whom you.are personally acquaint* with, men who served you faithfutlj and this is the loyalty (spurious) the receved from your hand by repeatin the dose and terming them " crave and rottpn hearted subjecste." Do yo cal...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

MORUYA. (From our own correspondent) | \ D?ar bid Chronicle! I who chronicle the deeds and misdeeds, what we da and what we don't, in Moruya, write to inform you that all speculation as to the fitness or unfitness of Sergeant Maguire for bis position, should cease, as this is the time of the year when peace on earth and good will towards ine should prevail. I suspect the real reason iB that as our races are coming off shortly and they will need a < tone' to be given them, our people are well aware tliat the Sergeant in his white prancing steed and glistening armor, is just the man to do this. j The war is all the talk just now. 1 There are some who support the Boers, (they are not quite clear why) bat the genuine and loyal British subject is in the great majority. But all the out burst of loyalty has only produced two who would volunteer for active ser vice—Messrs. Oripps and Burgess. I am inclined to think that if all the Moruya people were ordered to take up arms I woul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

FARM TO LEASE. /■ ^ENDERS -will- be received up to 6th , ~ JL JAKtTAEY, 1900, from persons will . ing to Lease ' that compact'little Farm, fauiwn as Mrs. Ferguson's, Narira, about 3 -inilesfroniBermagui. 170 acres (more or less) good Agricul tural and Grazing Land, nicely situated. Nice Orchard, Good Yards and Bails. The . , «erop consists of maize, potatoes, oats, &c. " T3*b farm trill be leased for a term of 6 . ^ years at per annum. Thecrop to be ten - dered for separately. Full particulars on . application rtothe undersigned. . - Tenders to be addressed to the Executore lit tost Office, Bermagui Amhjb Fsbgdson) John Chablee Moxby j Executors. . TENDERS- ; : ITnENBERS are called for theEBECTIOfl -V : X.*:5o£ a'M3aBEgB^I'ACTOEY at. Euro — hodalla. -. Hsjufand - specifications can b( Bpen-at the o£Jce of this -paper. Tenden -close on 8th JANtTAE.Y, 1000. ; • & W^BWHSAED-BAELOW, < . Son.Sep.; PUBLIC NOTICE. THE BISIKISS PUSES OF COBARGO WILL CLOSE From Sat...

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

The tUeek's Iftatf. The situation in South Africa com pletely engrosses public attention throughout the United Kingdom, where the series of British reverses have had the effect of arousing the patriotic feelings «f the people. The excitement is, proqably, more marked and intense than anything the Britiiih public has experienced since the early years of the closing century. Lord Methuen is, cays the Times, unable to advance to either Kimberley (23 miles distant) or to Jacobsdal (9 miles)* or withdraw to Orange River Station .^54 miles); and General Buller, in Natal, is unable to attempt a turning move ment owing to the want of transport. Lieutenant-General Lord Methuen has disoovered, by mears of a balloin re connaissance, that General Cronje'a position at Magersfontein and else where between the Modder River station camp and Kimberley is grow ing increasingly formidable. Addi tional par. iculara relating to the,battle of Colen&o still oome slowly to hand. It now transpires t...

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PAMBULA RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

PAMBULA RACES. First T)at. Opening Handicap.—W. R. Haigh's Prioree, 9st, 1 ; A.. McCarthy's Caltu, 6sc 131b, 2 ; W. C. Allan's." Scott's Liniment, 7st 6Jlb, 3. Parabula Gop.—T Sherd's Elmo, 9st 5lh, 1; L. O'Brien's Lady Lemnos, 7st 111b, 2 ; F. Johnson's Dramatic, 7st 91b, 3. Hack Race.—D. Heffernan's Happy Moments, 9st, 1; G. P. Rodd's Prim rose, 9at, 2; j. W. Tbicknesse's Lady Carlisle, 9st, 3. - Club Handicap. — A. McCarthy's Calm, 7st 61b, 1; H Richard's Wood craft, 8st 41b, 2; F. Johnson's Dra matic, 8st lib, 3. Flying Handicap.—W. R. Haigh's Prioree, 9st 711), 1; R. Wilson's The Barb, 9st 31b, 2; W. C. Allan's Scott's Liniment, 7et 41b, 3. Second Day. Publican's Gift.—A Wilson's Le mington, 6st I2lb, 1; W. R. Haigh's Prioree, 9st 61b, 2; B. Wilson's The Dove, 8st, 3. * Town Plato.—T. Sherd's Elmo, 9st 111b, 1, It. O'Brien's Lady Lenmos, ?st 111b,* 2 ; A. Wilson's Rosewood, 9st lib, 3. Miner's Handicap.—W. C. Allen's Scott'tf Liniment, 7st 41b. 1; D, Heffer nan's Happy Moments,...

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OUR TELEGRAM. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS {Fbou odr Sydney Correspondent.) Svdnev. Thursday. - SBacon 4£d to 7£d, hams 7Jd to 9|d, .flutter, creamery and factory 9d, dairy 7£d to $d, «ggs 8d to 1.8 Id, cheese 4d to 5£d, fowls 3s to 5. In the cricket matoh N.S.W. v. "Victoria the former are all out for £20. .Noble 122, Donnan 75, Trumper 57, - ■ Iredale 92, Hopkins 44. The latter, £rst innings, 131, Graham 39. Second innings, none for 35. The Premier has received a cable from the Imperial Government stating that the latter cordially rrcognises the . prompt and energetic action of the Australian Governments in despatch ing troops. Their action had a great moral as well as material value. An offer of two N.S.W. merchants . *to nive .£8000 towards the equipment ■of a forceof. rough riders is causing 'Considerable interest in commercial circles. It is expected that several other wealthy citizens will follow suit. The Mounted Infantry will be divi ded into units of 125 men, with a captain and four lieutenant's each....

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Three Effects of the War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

Three Effects of the War Three things strike us in this war as hopeful for the future. One is the readiness of the Reservists to respond to the call on them, a fact which will by and by enable us to keep a really considerable home army without unen durable expense. It suggests, too, that if ever England is invaded the hundreds of thousands who have been regularly trained and are now in civil life would step forward to defend her, and would be competent to do it. If we could only bring the militia up to the army level of discipline, we should be safe beyond any conceivable danger. Another is the large increase in recruiting caused by the prospect of active service—proof that our lads of to day do not fear the shells—and the third is the thorough devotion of our officers to their work. Examinations have certainly nol taken the pluck out of them, while the}' hare generated a new forethought and desire to practise soldiership as an art. On the hill of Talana the officers, who were reck-...

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LATEST WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

LATEST WAE IfEWS. || The Daily Mail asserts that the British Commander-in-Chief, XiOrd Woiscley, months ago urgently and persistently advised the dispatch of an ArmyCorps to South Africa. Once again the Boers have demonstrated their utter disregard for th§ usages of civilieed warfare, and lack of respect for a flag of true?. It now transpires that Lieutenant Colonel O. M. Bullock, three other officers, and 40 men of the 2nd Batta lion of the Devonshire Regiment, werf> j captured by the Boera after the ba'tle at Tugela River, at a time when, under & flag of truce, they were searching on the battlefield for wounded Britishers.' The besiegers recently fired an empty shell into Mafeking containing a mes sage advising the "rooiueka" not to drink all the whisky ! Lord Methuen protested against the arrest of a Bri tish officer who had advanced towards the Boer camp under the presumed protection of a flag of truce. General Cronje replied that he considered that the officer was a ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR^ f i U«vs of tha I Day of | Suu I Pun I Moon \Veek. | Month j Kises ] f-'cta' ^ Ktses | PiaDA* 1 Dec.22 | 4 41 | 7 G 110 26 Hathbpa* j „ 23 | 4 42 j 7 6 j 10 »4 , Pbhua* „ 24 I 4 42 I 7 7 | 11 23 Monday j „ 25 | 4 42 | 7 8 j 11 52 i tufaday I „ 26 I 4 43 1 7 8 ( Ajt. wdnltpd V | „ 27 | 4 44 | 7 8 112 24 ' Thphspvy | „ 28 j 4.45 j 7 8 I 1 10 I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

COBARGO HOTEL, -WSS**SlK& ASto OUGHT TO BB. Ik© ©east* EXTENSIVE 8TABUNC. fXPEAIENCEO CROOM. Jim Intai. ?BST flFFICE HOTEl, COBARGO. f. T.mm&TEmoi Proprietor. 3- T. Keating has much pleasure in 41 forming the iesident9 of CQBABGO and . '8tfrronndfng©j»trcts that he hBs tn'ken over tbeabove welt-known Hotel, and hopes by lceeptng the BKST BRANDS of WINKS, UPIBITrt, ALEF, etc., to morit a fair »h»reof support. SPKOIA& ATTENTION will be paid (o the wants of Commercial and other Travel Sere. Commodious Sample Rooms available. GOOD STABLING and 'a competent i 3groom is-attendance. ' - J. T. K. begs to annonnce for the bene. -6t of visitors from the TILBA. NOO •BOOMA. BODALLA and NKltBlGUNDAW iJISTItlCTS that his Hotel poESWses nil the comforts of a home, while -good horfe feed *nd sl«be -accommodation ure made speciali ties of the-establishment. HOUSES & BUGGY FOR fflRE The Central H°tel, BEGA, Vader Ketr Management. JffiS. RAFTER BKUK to remind VlsJTORS t...

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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, 29, '99 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

Sbfee Ckonide. w O For the cause thai lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For thp future in the distance, And the good that ice can do. Cob&rgo, Friday; December 29, *99. The present is the last number of the -Chronicle for the expiring year, and the next Will bear the imprint of 1900. The opening months of the old year were most disastrous for the district And the.greater portion of the colony, but line rains fell in early spring with the result that abundance of grass is •everywhere to be seen, while the crops are very satisfactory. During this week seasonable rain has again fallen and altogether the outlook for the bud ding year is certainly most encouraging, -and should the present prospects be realised oar farmers and other resi -deats should regain much of the finan cial loss of past years. It is not surprising tjiat the building trade should Lave been' slack during the past twelve months. The many l>ad seasons the district has experienced lias ch...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 December 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. We acknowledge receipt of compli- mentary tickets for the Bega races. At the Wyalong Police Court on Friday a man named Wm. Dawson was fined ten shillings for speaking disre- spectfully of the Queen. Mr. Wm. Allen of Galba had an accident on Tuesday. He was driving out of a lane on to the Moruya road, when going rather rashly into a water- table the axle and springs of his sulky collapsed. No further harm done. Mr. F. E. Riley informs us that the sum of £1500 has been passed on the loan estimates for wharf improve- ments at Bermagui. Mr. Riley is to be congratulated on his persisting in this matter, and it is principally due to his energy that the money is forth- coming. On Christmas Day Mr. John Quin- liven, who has volunteered for service in South Africa, passed through Co- bargo en route for Bega where he will join the contingent from that centre. Jack is a strong active Australian, just the type of man required at the Transvaal. Cardinal Vaughan, Archbish...

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THE BRITISH ARMY. An American View. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 January 1900

THE BRITISH ARMY, An i&mericaa View. The following loading article appeared in the New York Tribune of Novem* ber 22 :—The troubles in South Africa are a second time placing the British Empire «n review before the world. The first titue was just after the Jameson raid. Great Britain w«8 then at the heigkfc of her "splendid isolation." There was some unplea sant, not to say menacing! talk upon the Continent. The spectre of hostile intervention began to take form. It was necessary for the insular Athana sius to make a demonstration against not the Transvaal, but the world. The word was given. And in the twink ling of an eye, from every Wave made hollow of all the Seven Seas, there - seemed to start a British battleship, with decks fall Cleared for action* Never, perhaps, was a more startling exhitiltion made of a great nation's readiness for whatever' emergency ' might appear, Never was there . quicker recognition of such readiness by the potential threatened. As that amazing ...

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