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A Pretty stepmother. CHAPETER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

A Pretty stepmother. CHAPETIIV. ■ 'I trust tliat what I Imve jnjst I old you will noii make you angry with Everaid. I ho;>e I have madu i. clcar oiicu jli to you that the fault was entirely niin.v ?' . ' You liave oertsioly endeavoured to do so. May I ask if, after the m< s I pies-uins n>y wife took for you, y ,u liav'o he.ird from Olive since !' * Never 5 indeed, my message was to say th it I should not seek (o see or correspond with her until I could do ao openly.; th.it I hhould endeavour to make myself worthy of her, ant), if fiossiUc, I would ask you fur her wh.-n she Was of age and old enough to know ter own mind. Meanwhile she whs 1 not to consider hiTcclf bound to me in any way ; if she found her happiness lay elsewhere she was to take it, Without a second thought tor me.' * Aud you V asked his listener j quletJr. 1 * I fchould always love her, whether 1 Fate gave li^-r to me or not V Just for an instant the Colonel ] wondered in his own mind if his daughter...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

CETOOH BSETOOBS. Tvrf iMJ sf.rvicf.s will be condnctsd in -the district ' wi folio wb :— BOHAK catholic, *ass celebrated »1.8.30 a.m. Bad 11.15 a.m. every Sunday at Cofcttrjo. kvewus devotion every Sunday at 7*wp.Ri« church OF KKGI.AND. Junnary U-WtuxlcUa II; Dijuams (H C.) 2.30; 0ibargo7.30. O. SOARES. WESLBTAN •January 11-Colors# 11; Esrunsni 2..13: Cantml TilbaJ-Stf. M. Wum.

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

The CUcek's lUat*. Additional particulars relating to the battle o! Sunnyside, on New Year's Day, show that it was a very decidd triumph far loyal colonial arms. The men engaged proved themselves tho roughly capable soldiers, behaving more like seasoned veterans than un tried troops. A peculiar .coincidence was that colonials were engaged on both sides—Australian and Canadian loyalists against Oape Colony Dutch rebels, and the loyalists were victorious.' Almost all the'occupaats of tbe sur prised laager were colonial Dutch. During the advance, -Lieut. A. G. Adie, while patrolling with Privates Butler, A. Rose, and two other Queens landers, bad a sensational experience. The five Australians were suddenly confronted by 14 Boers, who poured in avolley atrehort range, and wounded Lieut. Adie, who also lost his horse. Private Butler immediately dismounted and gave his horse to the wounded officer. The other Australians appear to have retreated to cover. But Pri vate A. Rose had not retre...

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chapter VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

chapter vi. j The CoYih-1's first visit on reaching town w;is4j Jiis bank- rs. 'Mrs. Evtiiard's present address?' ?Fiid the rotund and wliile-baived seuior partner, with his dignified smile and a v.ave of a plump white liniul. 'Voy sorry, my dear sir, I j !i«surc you ; but it is out of our power fo suj>ply you with this information. A? I have mentioned when writing, Mrs. Everard lias never claimed any of the money banked by you for her use, and has never been in correspondence with us since you—ahem—since you started £,r India.' The Colonel strove to keep a note of disappointment out of his voice rs he rose from his chair and picked up his stick and hat. ' Never mind. I'm sorry yon can't enlighten me, Fioyd; but I shall learn it ia an hour or so, I've no doubt. Good-morning,' and he hailed a pass I ing hansom in the first street and | drove eff to a qniet JJloomsbury fquare, checking the cab suddenly before number.20. ' Mrs. Warde at home V he de manded of a smart parlor-maid as ...

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WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

WEDDING. On Wednesday last all Bermagui was agog to witness the marriage of Mr. H. Crawford of Sydney to Miss Har riet Wbiffen, second surviving daugh ter of Mr. William Whiffen of Horse Shoe Bay Hotel, Berniagui. The Rev. •G, Soarea (C.E ) performed the cere mony and the little Union Church was packed with eager spectators. The bride was dressed in figured silk with satin ribbon and chiffon lace atd picture hat, and was given - away by her father. The bridesmaids were {he Misses Crawford, Buchanan, Alice Whiffen (sister of the bride) and , G. Geiss. Tlie first named two were dressed in pale blue veiling and cream: silk blouses ; the latter in crcam mus lin and hats to match. The church was decorated by friends of the. bride. > An the bridal party left the church the j " Wedding March " was played.. After the ceremony the guests partook of a | sumptuous break faBt at the residence of the bride's parents when the usual i toasts were honored. -Mr, and Mrs Crawford left for Sydney b...

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THE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

THE PIG MARKEt. Hill Clark & Co. wired 011 Wednes day evening:—Fat pig market com pletely glutted this week, prices being much lower for all descriptions, the decline being more particularly notice able in heavy and back fatter?, prices for nkich were extremely low owing to the heavy snppty. We quote extra prime heavy back fattcrs 35s to 40s, odd ones reaching 50s.: Extra prime heavy baconera 33a to 34s, good to prime lighter 30s to 33s, light 25s to 30s. Best heavy porkers 22s to 24s, good 20s to 22s, light I63 to Ida, o'.l era 10s to 15s acco:ding to weight and quality. . ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

«• Evil to him who evil thinkt." THEY SAY: THAi it is htipfcd the Orulph cricketers will not altogether ditappaint Oobtjrgo players, but will arrujigfi for acother 'dtfte for the return match on the home wicket; and That as the local players will be disen gaged "on the 3td Feb. a match might arranged for that date. That a match sriJl probably be arranged with a team of aborigines from Wallaga by the Cobargo Clnb for the 20th instant. That there will be a bigger boom "In foot ball daring the coming winter than ever; and That as the game is such a popular one, a Union should be formed to control the play and players;; and That a-badge competition should be ar ranged with at least four competitive clubs. That a Wilgo man is sorely troubled by the wallabies on i's farm—they dig np his potatoes ot -niglit, fill their pouches and carry tkem into the scrub, where they pit them for winter" fodder. That this )iaper has an inward feeling that it should resent the insinuation of Moore's 1900 A...

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

The Uleek's Uiaf. With a view to '?6-bpefiing comtriuni cation with the Orknge Free State by weans of Botha's Drift, a force of ■1000 Boers made 'a dete'rnained att&ck npon the British position on Thursday; There is a ' waggon-bridge over the drift, or ford, and Major-tieneral Wrench had held coin wand of the rond for eevcral days Shortly after dawn, 'the Boars opened a heavy artillery and 'rifle fireupon the British ]eft flank at :a place about three miles north of 'Colesberg. Their artillery was fairly 'well served, but as usual with them, "when making in attack, the bulk of 'the work was left to a cloud of sharp shooters,' who advanced -aortas the 'rather open veldi-, taking full advan tage of whatever cover the inequali . 'tiejj of the ground afforded. Seizing 'fen 6pportXinity, 'A1 squadron of the '6fch (Inmskilling) Dragoons dauhed out of a place of concealment, and 'charged through the Boer ranks. The latter opened at once, the men scatter ing wildly, bii4;' not Befor...

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MISS WHIFFEN'S SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

MISS WHIFFEN'S SOCIAL ! On tbe eve of li^r marriage, MiSs Harnett (Tod) Whiff.H -of Bermagui i South gavo a social to "her many friends in the School. of Arts Berraa gui. A great many invitations 'were sent out, and the large number which accepted was a great tribute to Miss Whiff n's popularity. About ctie hundrel couplf» were present and although the hull was crowded to excess, each and everyone enjoyed themte'ves, in fact, : p?fo$nt were unanimous in the verdict that the social was the most enjoyable ever held in Bermngui. Miss Whiffen was a great favorite with the local people and the travelling public, and visitors to the Horse-Shoe Hotel will miss the genial presence and thoughtful atten tion of Miss Whiffen. Guests were present from all the surrounding towns. The musio was, contributed by our well-kno « n trio Miss Eagstrom (piano), Mr. Phillips (violin), and Mr. Morgan (cornet). The ladies' dresses were un usually becoming and many very co6tly. We give a list, but in such a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

Hiss Salwaj PRACTICAL DEESS and .HABIT MAKER & MILLINER I3ST GOBASGO On Monday Next, 15th Inst. In Premises immediately opposite the "Chronicle" Office. Style and Pit Guaranteed. Moderate prices. Thfe Federal Forge IHE Proprietors 'of thfe aljove'-shop wish A to notify customers a?d the general public that from the 1st INSTANT "the price of SHOES will be charged as follow^ —Light 5s, heavy 5s, draught 6s. WILL START BUSINESS D. HENET &SON. -FEDERAt CARRIAG3E WORKS, B£JR1VE^G!-XJX. I^bbfeft Wiliiatiis HAS commenced business as. Wheel wright and Blacksmith in j>re mises lately occupied by Mr, Eli Williams, whose connection be has talffcn over. E. W. served his time with those first class coachbuilders, Bennett and Scanes, of Cooma, and is prepared to build BuggieB, Waggonettes and Sulkies on the Shortest notice. Horse-shoeing a specialty. All Work guaranteed. 10 LEASE for a TEEM of TEARS a J- FARM at "Nereva," Dry River, con sisting of 600 or up to 800 ACRES if requ...

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President Kruger's Irishmen. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

President Kruger's Irishmen. "Irish Refugee" writes to the Cupe papers:—For the information of your readers, and in justice to Irishmen, I think it is only right that the true fact as to what the so-called Irish corps who have thrown in their lot with the Transvaal really consists of should be widely known. The corps, owing to its name, is remarkable by the absence of Irishmen in its ranks, it being composed of men of all nation alities. The colonel is an American, who admits that Ireland had never even t> e honor of.his } rjsen*e, and his chief lieutenant is a Dutchman .from this colony who had become a burgher of the TranBVaal. The twitter, being an Irishman, made a special point of 'finding out what Irishmen were in the corps, and on its' assembling at Pre toria station prior to entraining for the front requested to be introduced to the Irishmen, and out of over 100 men of the Pretoria contingent tuere appeared to be only one Irishman, who from appearances bad io all pro* babi...

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TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

TILBA TILBJL (From cue own Correspondent.) 11 There is music in tbe air,' or there will be on the 19th insfc., on which i date the postponed Tilba Tennis Club concert is to come off, and although ; such stars as the Misses Narelle and Mylott will not be taking part, the best amateurs around, including Miss Nora Allen and Mr. Jas. Hardy will be there, so a good and enjoyable even ing is assured. I've been getting a most glorious wigging over that report which ap peared in last weeks issue of Miss Olive Seccombe's marriage, and have been given the credit of writing it. I certainly did write a report, but it must have reached the Chronicle too late, and as I believe in "honor to whom honor is due." I wish to cor rect the statement that " the church was tastefully decorated ' by Mrs. J. Bate," as it was done entirely by Mrs. W. H. Corkhill and her . little girls; and.also that "Mister9' Seccombe re. plied to the toast of the health of the " bride's parents " and not " Mrs. Seccombe. [We...

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ACCEPTANCES FOR BERMAGUI. BERMAGUI HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

ACCEPTANCES Mt BERMAGUI. ITOKM'AGTTT WANnmAP. M. Keatiug's br g Counterpoint 9 7 W. Dunsmore's b m Psyche 7 8 A. Tarlinton'e b m Nix 6 7 FLYING HANDICAP. M. Keating's br g Counterpoint 9 10 W. Dnnsmore's b m Psyche 7 10 A. Tarlinton'sb m Nix 6 *7 J. O'Heara's b g Belfast 7 0 DISTEICT HANDICAP. J. O'Mear&'s b g Belfast '6 5 A. Tarlinton'e b m Nix 8 12 Mies M. A. Tarlinton'e b m Countess 8 4 E. Donaldson's b g Sloth 8 0 Walker's b m Lady Sterling S 0 P. Tarlinton's Fair View 7 10 It is rarely tliat a donation of £200,000 is to be recorded, but that amount is represented in the gift of 30 lacs of rupees for a Teaching Univer sity for Bombay, on the lines of the German Seminarien. The donor (says-a London exchange) is Mr. Tata, the head of a great mercantile firm and a prominent member of the Parsee community. AnJOng the Parsees be nevolence in its widest sense is equiva lent to religion, and their kindness to their fellowmen, -and even to their do mestic animals, is proverbial....

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The Siege Train at Cape Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

The Siege Train at Cape Towfi. The siege train, Which left England for South Africa per the Tantallon Castle on December 8, has arrived at Capetown. The immediate mobilisation of a siege train is (saya the London Evening New) a striking feature of the wat preparations for the future march on Pretoria. Official orders have been received at Woolwich to -supply the urttiament, and at Davenport to mobi lise the trcops. A modernised siegd train has never been used by any army, and its work in the reduction of the forts of ^Pretoria previous to the storming by infantry will be watched with the keenest interest by the pro fessional soldiers of every great Power. The modern siege train is adapted to the requirements of the particular war iu which it is engaged, its units vary-' ing in number, but each consisting o£ personnel and howitzers, with a mini mum of 500 rounds per gun. The force to man the siege train will con sist of eight batteries—about 30 offi cers and 1101 non-commissioned off...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

OUR TELEGRAMS. (Fhom ode Sydney Coreespondknt.) London, Tuesday. General White reports timt (lie Bocw were repulsed everywh'ei'e around Ladysmitii with hlaavy loss, which greatly exceeded the British fcaau&lties. The widespread suspense in England has been relieved by General- White's; ice a ge i Dnouticing the Boer defeat. The -Boers pushed I he attack for 17 hours with -the greatest courage' and energy, ifhey thrice took the British. entrenchments, and the waggon hill, but the positions were retaken by the defenders! The Boers held one point throughout tlio day, but were cj' cted at dusk by the Devonshire Ttegimebt at the p6int of the bayonet. The Bri-. tifch troops behaved gallantly, and are elated at their,success. General Jou. bert lield ft'gl$atrcduncU of war before lhe attack on tadyBiuith. The Boers ran electric wires across .the roads near the town. '■ According to newspaper correppondents, no anxiety was felt at Ladysnrith in* regard to the ability to hold oat. -Th...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

WEEKLY CALENDAR. ! - D«v»of 'he 1 | sun | ^un i m «n \Vaek. j. month | Rises j rets | liisen Fbioay ! Jan.12 1 4 67 j 7 10 1 4 28 FATUBIjAY | „ x3--i 4 58 J 7 ifl | 5 10 fcnday i 14 | 4 58 1 7 10 * 6 6 mokday i „ 15 i 4 69 i 7 10 ( 6 47 ■tcbhday. i „ 161 6 0 | 7 9 i 7 23 wdnrfd v | „ 17 H 1 i 7 9 i 7 57 thuhsuay j „ 13) h | 7 9 | 8 s8

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

COBARQO HOTEL. ^EVERYTHING AS-IT OtTOffiT 'TO SB. EXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCED GROOM. POST OFFICE HOTEL, COBARGO. ^Proprietor. Cj. T. -Keating lias much "pleasure in 'a/forming J be jeiidents of COBAIUJO and -Fnrrnindinj: D scr ctB that lie has taken over 'the above well-known Hotol, and hopes by ^keeping the BEST BBANDS of WINES, :SPIBITS, KS, etc., 'to-merit a fair ^ehnre of support. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be fTiid to the wants of Commercial and other Travel 'lere. Commodious Sample-Booms available. °'GOdD fiTA&LilNG ati'd a cbmpctent Sgroom in attendance. -'J. T. K. bega'tn announce for ihe bene 'St of visitors from tlio TILRA. KOO HOOMA. BODALLAoad NBKKIGUJJDiYH *DI8THICT6 ihat'h:s Hotel pofspfiies nil the 'comforts or a home, while good horee feed :and B'ftbe accommodation tie made Epeciali 'tiesef the-establishment. " HOESES & BTCGY FdR HlRE ■ .— i 1,.--—— . . - ■ , TheGefttml H°tel, BEGA. Glider Bow Management. MRS. MFfER BEOS to remind VISITORS to BKGA tha...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

LOCAL AtfD^ENEfiAL NEWS TaE.BgjaFree Press ceased pabli ."<»tion'forja few weeks and fa an now »jft*l)anged hands, Mr. L. J. O'Toole having tindertaken the editorial con-' dnot ofthe paper. . .The. first issue «n£gr »^bd[.< ubw management has Jaiid it, is not surprising - ~thW nnaer u«iich ' experienced '.and „.jjfeady >mter «La'Mr. O'Toole it ahou'd be > crisp,. anji newsy j And j»6" S*pecs better things In future.. First, issues are inva^^jr-Bot.upto tbe real capa-" biUties ofan editor, and when the iPm* jreta WrlyJ^rojpre expect j^ll^irs^er^die-^r / jWearapleased it ^Mr. ~j04^fe'6 V€h«iitry "llmi -active"press life. Mkssri. Maktis Bkos. tender for repairing ;aijd ^ v iri"us b ulges 0:1 ih« oast. b«.i. becu auc-jited The Hmojnt 13 £K.9. On Wednesd -y, EfHe, daughter of Afr. D. Sutherland, of Yourie, fell from her horse and brke Iter arm, atid was brong'it into town for mcdieal treatment. Tim'gi'e in connection with th« Bermagin Races wa~ soH by auction ...

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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. The Chronicle For the cause that lucks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1900 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 12 January 1900

For the causc that lucks assistance, !For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future ii4he distance, And the good that tve ra". &o. Cobaroo, Friday, January 12, 1900 Tub Transvaal war overshadows every olh-. r question, and the intense interest and loyally felt; by Australians is prac tically manif. sled by the thousands of volunteers who are ready to share the perili ol war, while those unable to shoulder arms are donating mosey in a most liberal way, the amount collected for the equipment and dinpa'ch of a Bunh ^Contingent already amouutit g to about £18,000. As .only £30,000 are r quired it is likely the Government will be relieved of all responsibility in the matter. This is highly gratifying and shows that the colony is solid in its loyalty to the British flag. And fro'n. iludia comes the information that the na tive Princes are offering liberal presents of men and money to the British nation. One offers his army of 80,060 picked .soldiers and money and another is ...

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The Heliograph an Australian Invention. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

The Heliograph an Australian Invention. The heliograph, Mr. John Hayneii, M.P^ writes, which is being used wi(h such excellent results between !Lady. smith aud General Bailer's camp, is the invention of an Australian, Lien tenant T. Parrott. Mr. Haynes re-, calls the first trial given to the neV idea between the Sydney Observatory and South Heed, nearly twenty .yean ago, tbe results being highly satasfac-. tory. Mirrors are the main feature c4 tbe paraphernalia, an improvisation o& the dot and dash system <of telegraphy being used in the fiaeliing. The mem ber for Wellington says that he took ft great interest in the discovery Mr. Parrott when it Vas 'first ushered be fore the authorities here. Its value was immediately recognised by the Imperial Wat Office, -and in actual warfare it Was first used in - the JZulit campaign in the relief -of Eciowe. Com-, mentiog 'on the British victory on that occasion, a well known military autho rity declared it Was largely due ...

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