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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

G. MARTIN, Builder & Contractor. Plans aufl Fpec'HcVtio»i«.|>r<it>iireS. Anil Esti muiesj;jv u for al! Work. 8EHMAGCI-STBKET; COBAUGO, WSraiTSQl ill MIST, 'ETJILDBfeS & OONlBACrOES, ' COBAEGO. Estimates of all work given A. D. BURNS, General Blacksmith. Every Wild t>f work done on Hie Sbor'qst Notice and guarantceiiio give every Satisfac tion, W. ACKERLEY:, DON TAILOR, MORC?4i WILL VISIT COBARGO PERIODICALLY ] "—WITH A— Large and varied Assortment of SO-MMEE I and WINTER GOODS. The date of eaicli vifilt (about monthly) will be duly advertised in this paper. Addrkbs: K EATING'S ilOTE'li, ■OOBAEGO. "Cit yer H&ir Cut'' *—AT -THE— FOOTBALLERS' Kairdressing Saloon. TOM BEABMAN, HAVIKG beun associated with one of the Leading Hairdressers of Sydney for years, lias come to Cobai-go a ■finiehcd artist. Shaving Saloon Cfub Members-hip 3/ Hairdressing 6d Shaving 6d Razors ground, "set, and stropped is. Fancy and Tobacconist Goods BE A OMAN'S Preventi...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FLAG and ITS DETRACTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

THE PLAGr and ITS DETBACTOBS. Vsmn the heading, "Renegades of the Press," the Otago Witness (N.Z.) pub lislied lie following in its issue of December 21 1— Every observer of like seamy aide of English manners and customs knew perfectly welt tfiat as soon as really bad news should arrive from South Africa, and our gallant troops be known to be once and again laying down their lives in hundreds bb the penalty of some aad imstake of their coniajaticters, the anonymous news paper correspondent who, as it were, lives by fouling his own nest', would spring to the front with a howl ol ill-conditioned delight. Such occur [ rences are Lis time of jubilee, and I never in time of national trouble lias he been known to he wanting. We wailed for him last week, and we were not disappointed. We met him on the tram and in the street, and we found him in-the correspondence .columns 'of the £ress, exactly as we knew we should when the nation' was, through its noble army, standing 'firm to the flag .i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

WEEKLY CALENDAR. I Bays of the I Day of ) Sun 1 Son I Moon Week. ( Month ( Bisae 1 fete |. Riass Friday Jan. 19 J 5 3 | 7 9 | 8 57 BatiTBDay „ 20 | 5 4 | 7 8 | 9 24 . SUNDAY . „ 21 I 6 6 I 7 8 | 9 53 Monday „ 22 | 5 7 | 7 7 110 23 Tuesday < „ ?3 j .5. 8 . t 7 7 110 56 W'dnbpd'y | „ '24, 5 9 I 7 6 I 11 34 Thu'.sday 1 „ 25 5 iO j 7 6 I A. M.

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

The tUeek's Uiai*. The Times declares that the British public will insist upon knowing what has happened, and how and why seven thousand British casualties have oc curred before the aggressors' territory has even been invaded. " It was the business of the Government," says the leading British journal, " to ascertain what the Boer preparations were, and the difficulties ahead, before plunging into war. We are still without one mobile army in the field." The Stan dard emphasises Britith miscalculations and warns the Government that energy and forethought are prerequisite to public confidence. The Standard fur ther expresses the opiaion that Lord Roberts must organise a fresh army at Capetown, and invade the Free State —a task which must necessarily occupy weeks of most valuable time. General Bullur wires that the Boers claiiu that (heir total casualties in the Ladysmith engagement only amounted to four men killtd and 15 wounded. At the same time they admit that they endured a -witheri...

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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, JANUARY 19, 1900 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

fik Ckmtitk For the cause'that lacks assistance, . • Far the wrongs that; need resistance, i For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. ■ Cobargo, Friday, January 19, 1900 j We cannot vouch for tbe truth of the j old aphorism that " Horseracing is the eport of Kings," but that it ia the 1 sport of Australians is beyond ques tion. From tha great classic events of Flemington and Randwick down to the "biidle" meeting of Yourie, the votaries of the turf travel long dis tances to see the noblest of dumb ani mals, the horse, fight out) exciting fiuishes on the racing track. And the horses themselves would seem to par take of the excitement of the race. This love of the turf is a dominant characteristic of tbe Anglo-Saxon race. All the world over. . * * That abases have crept in to the national sport must be admitted. But this is no argument against it, and should no more be used in condemna tion of the genuine eport than the ex ample of the church-going-Sunday, echool - ...

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ANTI-BRITISH SCABS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

ANTI-BRITJSH SCABS. (J3v John Norton, in Trvih). Jt is not by any means an uncommon tiling since the war in South Africa commenced, to hear in our streets ex pressions of sympathy with the Boers, and we are told that some go further, and express their satisfaction that the British forces have 'met with the reverses they have. We have no rea son to doaljt tM acfcuracy of Uiis *tate - ment, liut we are pjcated to say that we have nob met any person whom we believed entertained this feeling, and we hope that., numerically, they are few and far apart. ,Any man who gives utterance to these utterances is disloyal to his flag and to the empire, of which Australia is s part, and seeing that this act is calculated to breed dis loyalty as the introduction of fever germs breeds disease, it should lie sup posed. There is no European naliou which would tolerate the utter ances of sentiment expressed in British countries. If what is • to he heard in our streets was spoken in France, Germany, Aust...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS . The contract recently completed by ' McHngh Bros, cm the Yourie road hear Galba, extending from the five mile to the aaven-milB tree, is a credit to that firm, and makes a great im provement to rtus thoroughfare. . WihchodUbb, Carson and Co. re jtort :—After a- lapse of & fortnight, ° ' Balea wOTe r^n^ on the 9lh instant fcqajnoderate attendanoe-oftannerB. ;■ - We snTitnitbed ain'extensive- catalogoe, Tint wto ,compelled to withdraw the h : bnlk,' buyers being only, disposed to plttrchfcse matored lobs. Occasionally •offeMweregivenforlight'etoff in ; ^rimie ^ndltidn; btit faulty or commoifi ' - #pi$B * Jfcta&jiwlyany demand!. We"; • «^«ral loU privately- at £7 15s, , v;.b^.t^l£0<iSiif6bt' withfiafetybe quoted, beyond £7 10v i*iedionj £6 5a to £7, « Vi^St'£5 to JE6?Inferior ;i3 to £A 15b ^'-'pSf - ten. 'jffy ^uctiwi and .privately 'since last .report -we .baVe sold £548 ■bags.-' Mr II. Slat r, one of th§ oldest employees o£ the N.S....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Pretty Stepmother. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

A Pretty Stepmother. CHAPIEK VI. * Something has softened Olive, .wid tier father to bwM.e'.f, mu&ing'y. • * Sbe is quite ■womanly now, and all those little sharp asperities that were her mother's seem worn away, or at least smoothed down. Ah, well! Per haps Cliberoe's lover's eyes looked clerper down, and saw more even than I had cvor dene. Love is not always Wind, and die may be worthier of bis Jove than I uvr.pected.' And the colonel summoned wp a smile on his anxious face as be ki-sed hrr and bade her " Good morning" * You soeni to have left Florence in such a hurry, my dear, that I suppose you d;d not reccivo a letter from Cey lon before you started ? One besides imiine, I mean ?' he added, smiling. Olive shook her head, but was too preoccupicd with something in her own tnind to take heed pf her fatler a tone. «No, father, only yours- Besides I tnow no one in Ceylon, so -pho should write to me from there? FaUier, I •want, to tell you something now, wliile I have the cou...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

THE PIG MAEKET. Hiix Clarke & Co., report:— The pig market is heavily supplied. Porkers are in fairly active demand, especially light sorts, which are. selling well. Light baconera are selling a shade better, ' whilst heavy baconers. and b&ck"fisttem-are very cheap indeed; there being abaolutgly no demand for them. We-quote extra prime weighty back fattens %t3$2s to 37s, extra prime weighty baconere 31s to 33a, lighter choice lines S^s to 34s, light 26s to 31b, beet heayy porkers 23s to 25 s, good-2lB to 23s, light 17s to 21, others lis to 17s according to weight. The.power of "hercalite, a new ex plosive, is almost beyond belief. A half-pound of it will inpve 30 tons of atone. ■ Mr-' W. W, Ewin is at present mUkihg 60 oowb on his Woodstock farm, on the Sooth Coast. In the monthof October, the Milton Times saysi^ischeqne from the Central Factbry^a4r£70 1 Is 63, at a rate of abooi: £i^3a 6d per head,"though 25 of the 'milkers were heifers with their first calf. . Hte ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

OEtrSCS SSE720SS. services will i>s conducted in the district j as follows;— J xtolutf ^ITBOMC, j Hub celebrated at "8.30 o.iu. tmH 11.15 a.m. every Strnday at Cob&rgo. ! 1, renin# devotion ererj Sunday at 7.8Q p.m. | V. KpiVr. cficltch of JiSOLXUD. Jfcnoary 21—Coljargo 11; JJerjuagui 2.30; Tilba "7.30. G. &OAKKS. wesletak J&nnary £l—Central Til ha and Wandella 11; •<ju»aioa 2.30 • Cobargo Benna^'ai 7.30. £T. VVai.ker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

4 TIII08 i 0DTFITTE8,1 COBAEG-O, CLEANIKC AND DYEING AT REASONABLE PRICES F. A. ORMISTOF, Ptiamacist, BEG-A. MB. OBMISTON begs to intimate to the jmblic of Bega and surrounding districts that he has PUBCHASEB the BUSINESS lately carried on by Mr. Alex ander, and has replenished it with a Heavy Stock of Pure Drugs and Chemicals. Also a Complete Stock of toilet bequiJ s^tes, and a Fine Collection of pebfdmeey from the best English, American, French and German Houses. Druggists' Sundries, Surgical Appli ances. Patent Medicines, Homeo pathic Medicines. Veterinary Medicines Presciptions accurately dispensed. Orders by post will receive prompt attention. F. A. ORMISTON, WILLIAM BOOT, ■UCTMEBfi ii COMMISSIOI IGEIT, CHRONICLE OFFICE, COBARGO. Sales conducted ;in any part 'Of the District. J. CARROLL&C0. PKODtrCE MAET. COBARGO. peaff, tBt&E bacon aiAiza, ■- ■ - BEAST POLLED. and OJLCAES ALWAYS on fcand. -ALSO ALL WORK in the TINSMITH'S TRADE exiecuted'in first-class style. Il...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

cobargo HOTEL. everything as it oxtgetto be. extensive stabling. experienced croom. -Proprietor. •J. T. Keating ^aa Much pleasure in 'ir forming the residents of COUARGO and finmtatiding D istr ets' that lie has tnken over the above well-ltnowh 'Hotel, and hopes tiy '■keeping the BEST BRANDS of WINES, ^PllilTrt, ALES, etc.,-to-merit-a'fair ''share of support. tPEGIAIi AlTlSNfTON will be paid to ■the wants of Commercial and other Travel 1lers. Commodious Sample Rooms available. ! GOOD STABIiING atid a competent [ !gro6m in -atteadance. J. T. >K. bega to announce for the bene 'St of, visitors from the TILDA. NOG HOOMA, BODALLA atid NKHH1G UNDA H •'DISTB1GT3 that h:s Hotel possesses nil 'the 'coti>foit«'of'a home,'while good horse feed •ad stabe accommodation areraade speciali ties ef the establishment. HORSES & BUGGY FOE HIRE 3^heCeftt^al Jiotel, iBEGA. ^XTvk&ix NfeWr Memsgemerit. MIS. RAFTER sJVBGS to remind TI-ITOEtS tn BKGA JL> -tlittt they will :fiud the C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

| SEND YOUR — HILL, CLARK & CO. SfSff"' Highest Rates Guaranteed $88?"" Proceeds Remitted on Day of Salfe gSS^T" Bankers': T he Bank of N.S.W. "¥"5/rE sell from 5>0,000 to 25,000 FIGS per annum, which proves that n-e give com I ? plcte satisfaction to our Constituents. All details personally superintended by our Salesman, who lias conducted this branch of our business for 14 years. Thoroughly Practical Men Employed All Stock well fed and watered, and classed to best possible advantage. h:h;.^:d ofpicb: o-coisrir^x.xJ-s'r, sTdnet. The Federal Forge a HENRY & SON, COBARtiO, IH3?" Famed for honest and prompt Work, civility to Customers, and the smaK lest margin of Profit. Consistent Prices at Henrys'. Tlie rich and poor, the great and. small, tlie old and young, all treated alike. If you want a Horse shod—GO TO HENRYS' If you'frafct a New Dray—SO TO HENRYS' * If yon want a Gun Repaired—GO TO HENRYS' 'If.yeu want a Ploughshare—GO TO HENRYS' If you want a Young Soree q...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

; MR. P..G. HEADY, SUEGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTIST. OARP-STREET, BE&A, WILL VISIT COBARGO AT REGULAR PERIODS. FURNISHED * APARTMENTS. PIANO and BATH GOOD ACCOMMODATION MODERATE CHARGES. The Australian Coffee Palace, No, 9 MARGARET STREET. VNDER NEW AANAGKMENT. MR S- JOSEPH ROLPB, Proprietress, (Late of Quaaina). Oar Representative rMR. H. BLACKSTON Will wait upon our customers at rega •lar intervale, when orders will recfive prtinipt and careful attention. BERMAGUI. BERMAGUI. F. ADAMSON, Butcher, Ham and Bacon Factor, HAS COMMENCED BUSINESS AS ABOVE In PREMISES 0£?03IT3 WALKER'S S3F0REe Buyer of Hides, Calf Skins} &c. BOOTMAKlhG. C03ARC0. T. J. IV. Wfsbaa 'to inform the PORLTC of COISAliGO and District, that ALL WORK entiustoa to him will bo executed with cn=e, anil in the making-tip on.'y the iJES 1 MATERIALS will be used. AT the abore FstablishmentnU ORDEI-S will meet with strict attention, nnd goods will be mad4 up with the th promptness consistent with c&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

LOST. T OST ob New Year's Day, between -Li Upper Brogo and William Shipton's, a Lady's black three-quarter Cajie. Finder will oblige by returning to W. MORRISON, Ooachbuilder, Cobargo. MR.F.W.MPP, SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL Dentist, WILL BE IN COBAEGO NEXT WEEK. Teeth scaled and Bleached Teeth extracted without pain ! Teeth fitted to most difficult mouths | Ill-fitting Teeth re-modelled Expressions carefully preserved FW. E. carries all necessaries lor • making teeth, and will finish all work before leaving the district. Moderate Fees—Consultation Free— Satisfaction Guaranteed. ~*CFcratttonable SressmakaEltx-. and Of illiaer, OOBAEGO, Is prepared to receive orders from the Ladies of the District. MISS SALWAY has lately come from Sydney, where she has been under going a course of instruction as a pupil of Madame King, of the Sydney Technical College. CHARGES MODERATE ADDRESS: Opposite Cheokjcle Office. NOTICE. THE undersigned has for HIRE a Staunch Single Buggy Horse and Comfortable Sin...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

OUR TELEGRAMS (From oca Stonev Correspondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Bottjsr, creamery and factory, 3d I dairy 7$d to 8d, eggs 7d to 9d, bams,' m to 9|d, bacon 4|d to 7£d, cheese 2d to 5d, fowls 2s 9d to 4s 6d, ducks 2s 6d to 2s 9<S. The demonstration in connection with the departure , of the troops yes terday is unequalled in the annals of the colony's history. The weather was beautiful and enormous crowds poured I in from every direction eclipsing all previous records, From earliest, day every available position of vantage along the line of march, sightseers, who had sat for many hours, awaited the approach of the Coutingent The city was decorated with bunting, and encouraging mottoes floated from I housetops and balconies. The Con-1 tingent left the barracks about 2.30, } and immediately it appeared in Oxford street it was met with roars of en thusiasm which continued unabated' all along (he whole line of route 1 Every •window, balcony and awning | swarmed with excited cro...

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ASSOCIATION CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

ASSOCIATION CRICKET. Last Saturday the deciding match for the trophy between the Dry Biver and Cobargo clubs as to which would stand in for the trophy was played- on the former's wicket, and the Cobargo eleven received the biggest drubbing of the season, from-the home team. ^There is how-no chance of any of the clubs wresting the premier place from theory-River men, and it was only to be expected that they would annex the'tropby as a result of their con stant practice and consistent, good cricket. " During the match oa Satur day. the Oobargo captain changed his bowlers repeatedly, trying almost every man in the team, but the bats man treated them all with the same freedom. The fielding and bowling of the visitors was good throughout a long innings of 187, of which E. Boyd made 15, T. Inskip 36, Barrett 13, J. Tarlinton 29, ,M. Walsh 23, Murray 0, Jas. Walsh 25, W. Tarlinton 10, B. Hyland 17, C. Inskip 7, R. Hyland not out'0. Alex Tarlinton 1 for 30, A. Constable 2 for 31, F, Tarlint...

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THE BUSHMEN'S CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

THE BUSHMEN'S CONTINGENT. Great activity prevailed among the members of the Bushmen's Contingent at: Band wick on Saturday. During the morning they had three- hours' drill, and the afternoon was taken up shifting their quarters to the lines which had been vacated by the Mount ed Infantry. This was by so means easy work, but the men entered upon the task with the utmost, good .humor. Up to midday 144 had passed, the doo tor aud been enlisted, and that num ber was increased by about twenty during the afternoon. Captain Morris is in charge of the men, while Major Boam superintends the drill and: mus ketry practice, Warrant-officers Con way, Naghten, and Sadler being the principal instructors. Owing to the fact that the saddles and bridles for the horseB have not yet arrived, foot drill only is indulged in. The shooting teste started on Monday, and as soon as they have been concluded, ; the riding teists will take place. Unlike the members of the other contingents, who are paid from the...

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

The Ctteek's U-Uxt*. Genkbai Warben left Frere on Satur day fa an easterly direction with a strong column to attack the Boers at Iniahwe Hill. Tbe New Zeaknders frustrated a Boer effort to out the British line of communication from Coleabcrg to Reinsberg. A- few of the: former were slightly wounded. The British soldiers admire the Australians' quickness in mastering the lay of the country, and their capacity for indi vidual fightings The London Times I has received-jpriwate* letters supplying 1 ample evidence for the necessity of an immediate change in the command at Modder River. The Victorian, Queens land and New South Wales troops have completed .an extensive recon naisance. lasting three days, in the Orange FreeState, penetrating 25 miles and scouting 'within four miles of Jacob's Dal withoufc €ncountering the enemy. They destroyed a few home steads where the Boers had encamped. Lord Roberts has telegraphed that General French failed to outflank the Boers east of Colesberg, but ...

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" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

I «' Evil to him who evil think*." THEI SAT: That A. Millikio, Moruya, made a distinct score over the Band contro versy in connection with t:.e recent Oddfellows Sports; and That the opinion that bands should be at the gratuitous beck and call oi . every local body, seem to be current iu tuast -country towns i bat That when the constant practice and consequent loss of time ate taken into account, the pay usually , asked by the country band is extremely moderate. That the *nonte push who were «• going™ for the ChronicU stnfi^ be - <ause this paper expressed a hope that they would be ** bowled" at Bermagui, didn't call—they must have iieard something, ThatJno. Tarlintoa's innings for Dry River on Saturday was an exhibi tion of fine alirround -cricket and sound defence; aad That our own T. J., playing with the •other -side handled his bat with old time freedom and confidence. That the Berinagui School of Acts . building must have been designed "during the winter months as th...

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