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COBARGO POLICE COURT. (Before F. B. Hales, P.M., F. G. Roberts, W. A. Pass, A. Tarlinton and D. Tarlinton, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

COBAEGO POLICE COURT. (Before F. B. Hales, P.M., F.-G. iloberts, W. A. ■ Fuss, A. Tarlin ton and D. Tarlinton, J's.P.) Police v. F. Adamson. Slaughtering a beast without giving the requisite 12 hours notice of bis intention to do bo. 1 Mr. Cunningham appeared for de : fendaat. William Blackman on oath said: Am a first-class constable stationed at Bermagui, and Inspector of Slaughter Houb63. He produced the Gazette proving his appointment. Saw the skinned carcase of a beast in defen dant's pig yard. It had been quar tered up and the pigs were eating it. On the 4=th December he- went to de. fendant's shop at Bermagui and asked for Mr. Adamson. He was not at home; called the next day with same result. Saw hiraon Alfred and from information received he laid the pre sent information. Didn't epeik to defendant about the case. Inspected the slaughter house on the third De cember and saw traces of a beast having been recently killed. Received no notice from defendant of his inten tion to sl...

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 — 19 January 1900

OUR BEGA BUDGET. . (Br Nemo) As matters have b en inordinately quiet since tbe races aud news conse quently tcarce, I determined to go upon a reconnoitring expedition in quest of 1 kopjp,' or rather copy. Wei), I came uf on the enemy stroug'.y " en stencbed " (ihore I am again, of course I meant entrenched) in that locality known as Lower Gipp.at., at the in tersection of Bega-st. The enemy pou.ed in a strong fusi'ad-', and my olfactory organs Euffered considerably ; but. although considerably disconcer ted, I was by no means igncn>iniously routed, and deternrned to change my tactics and make another onslaught cn tbe foe. But experience had taught me that.every precaution must be exercised, so I retreated upon the town and sought the aid of Seagar—beg! pardon again, for I meant a cigar. ThuB fortified and maintaining a strong hold of the organ that had suffered in the Grab attack, I again warily ap proached tho enemy, which evidently recognized that it had been out-! manoeuvred, ...

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THE BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

THE BALL In the evening in aid of the funds of : the Club "was1 a pleasant termination i of the day's sport, the attendance ' being, about: 50 couples. The night ■ was oppressively hot, and the crowded . floor made dancing rather uncomfort able, but the.M. C. (Mr. J. Engstrom) . kept the dancing going with a vigor peculiar il) Bermagui. The music was supplied 'by the - "usual musicians, Messrs. Phillipsr™ftnd Morgan (violin - and cornet), and Miss A. Engstrom (piano), awhile several extras, contri buted.by-visitors were up to the stan dard of the , professionals. The ball must have added a fair amount to the committee's'' takings for the meeting. Following '« a list of the dresses -worn -Mrs. Ai< ..Buchanan, cream sateen, with cardinal Toses; Mrs. Jno. Martin, creBm eerge, red silk ; Mrs. W. Boyd,' black .skirt, fancy muslin bodice; Mrs. R. Pennefather, cream -bodice,, black skirt, pink chiffon ; Mrs. J. Morris (Wagonga), cream bodicej black skirt; Mrs. W. Morris (Wagongk...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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THE BERMAGUI JOCKEY CLUB. Inaugural Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 January 1900

THE BEKMAGUI JOCKEY CLUB. . - Inaugural Meeting "While a large attendance was gene rally anticipated at tliie inaugural meeting of the Bermagui Jockey -Club, few among the most sanguine were prepared fur the magnificent roll up' which responded to the Club's initial programme. From early morning until mar the hour for the saddling up I for the first race, a continuous streaji: of t-uggies, horsemen and pedestrians, passed through the gates, until qnite 700 people were on the ground. We' might say here that this large atten dance constitutes another practical protest against the indefensible prac tice of parting with any club's greatest source of revenue—the gate. Specu lators, very prudently, -will not bid to any price which will not place them beyond risk of loss, while the chances' of a substantial surplus are always of the rosiest description. However, Tuesday's lesson is not likely to be lost on the Club. The course itself is pronounced by horseowners to be one of the best in th...

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THE INDUSTRIAL BOOM ABROAD, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

THE INDUSTRIAL BOOM ABROAD, Mb. Barbe Johnston, who is a leading merchant in Sydney, has just returned from a holiday trip to £ngland and America. What particularly im pressed him during his tour was the industrial activity in both countries. He describes it as phenomenal. The factories are perfectly gorged with orders, and a great deal of work has to be turned away. Mr. Johhston says that iron and tteel work of every bind ■>is produced more cheaply, quality of course being taken into consideration, in the United States than in England ; and the reason is because the machinery is better in the former country than in the latter. Tliis is a great admission by a man who is an ardent freetrader, and who was taught to believe that all commodities were much dearer in America than in Great Britain. And it is to be remembered that wagps in the itoa trades in the United States are higher than they are in the similar fc.iades in the mother country. By the way, it seems to be worth remarkin...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Characteristics of Long Lives. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

Characteristics of Long Lives ' That man will not live to bo old,' re marked a scientific man to a frieivl, iudicifiug a u'tiu who was standing near.. ' Wbjypra.y'!' tljefriend -queried wonderingly. 'Well! he has net a , ingle pliysiological index of long life. H. s bead is nnrtow; lie has narrow py<s and nos'rils, and a loa?, d lkvi-c iiund, all of whi:h aagur ill for length of days. •' If you observe carefu ly,, you w 11 find that, with rare exceptions, wbich only se.i ve to -emphasise the r-:le, men who liveto be old have wide heads above the eats, and wide foreheads. Lar^e and wide nostrils are al tvnys evidence that those two important organs, the lungs and the heart are good. The ears in old men are -almost invariably placed low. Again, long lived people usually have broad and [ short bands—inelegant, it may be, but still an indication of long life. 'If, ! therefore, you see a man who answers these physical conditions, you may saftly, barring accidents, of course, p...

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JEWS AUD THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

JEWS AUD THE WAR. The Great Synagogue, Ahlgate, Lon don, was recently the scene of a patriotic gathering on the part of the Atiglo.Jewieh community. Being the Sunday during the week of Hanuca, which commemorates the victories of Judas Maccshaeus over the heathen invaders of Palestine, i1) was for the stventh year in succession selected fcy the Rev. Francis Cohen, of the Bo rough Synagogue, who acts as chaplain to Jewish soldiers in tbe Aldershot district, for a gathering of ram of his faith who wear her Majesty's uniform. Taking as his text' Ecclesiastes vii., 1, Rev. Francis Cohen exhorted the de scendants of the Hasmonean heroes to emulate their ancestors' patriotism and devotion to du'y, and he also alluded to the many points of contact between the events whiih led to the institution of the Feast of Lights and those which at present agitated British thoughts. If the Hebraic element ia British sen timent and the course of British bis. tory accounted for the universal respcct and a...

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The Fame of the Gordons. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

The farae of the Gordons. Osk of the Gordon Highlanders lias rent »}).• following: to )iis rilatives in I/3ith about the Elttndsl*ngfe action : "> I never waut to be iu the like ogaiu. Dargai was a ) icnic to if, and we fought well shoulder to shoulJer. It makes one proud of oneself to think that one u a Seo'.smau and fought as we did, sowing our comrade3 iuo ed down ty' tnir^ide as they were at mine. The Boers hed a splendid pns-ition, ai.d tliey fcugl t well, but the "Gordons" fame travelled faster than we did. We got al out 50 or CO prisoners. I got two. Then we get three more be tween two of us, and one of those I t,ot was adjutavit, of Umj force we fought against. He asked nie how " e got through tl.c tire, and I told him with discipline ami courage. He said be felt honored to be taken pri soner by one of the world-famed Gordons. The Boers mostly all speak English." Mere is anoliier extract from the snnie letter:—"One of the Imperial Horse cal'e.l out, 'For God's siike, men,...

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CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

CHAPTER I. Mrs. Tbevellib was giving a gar den party one sunny day in Judo. : Her lovely grounds were thronged with gaily dressed groups of people, and a fine band -discoursed sweet music : white the young fuiks engaged in tennis, flirtation ad lib, and croquet of the later style. There were many pretty girls pre sent {Mrs. Trevellis was a personage and always gathered together a good'y crowd of smart people. Her husband Sir Joseph, was a well to do country squire and between' them, husband and wile enjoyed a handsome income and managed to spend a pretty good time) but among them, the hostess' daughter shone resplendently beautiful. Merle Trevellis was ^certainly a lovely girl. S'eader and delicately shaped, with aristocratic hands and feet and a' dainty air and graceful gait, she possessed a charming face crowned with hair of so rich a brown that it seemed to have caught and held the tunahine iu its glorious meshes. To be Odntinued,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

NOTICE, rpHE ™d.!rsi£nc<l lins for ftTHE a _fi_ Singlo •Knjfljy Rotvw irtjd Comfortable Single Bu-^gy, Also Saddle Horses. A. <D. KUHSS. G. MABTII*, Builder & Contractor. Plans and fpcc fi<-«tisne -jrrt'paveH. and Kali lin es giv n for Work. BBBMACri>Tir- I5T, rVHIAJ*!®. VKIG1T38I HI 88®, StriLDERS & CONTSACWZDItS. COBAEGO. ESTIMATES OF AliTVOKK GIVEN A. D. General Blacksmith F.vcry-kijnl <if woih ilineon the Hl oriist Not'c-' ;1iil guaranteed togfaeovery S.'*lit>fac tion. W, ACKERLEY, DON TAILOR, ;ar astryi, WILL'VIsrr COB ARGO "PERIODICALLY —with i— Large and varied Assortment of SCJJtilEJl .ftud 'WINTER GOODS. The date of eacti -visa -..ntouv v.•.••■a'.lily • will be duly advertised m tisi* Address: K£ATU«'.:'i >COEAB<i-o. Solicitors, &c., SEGA. * A MEMBER OF~THK FIuM WIT.I, VISIT OOBAEGO Each. Xi£oB&&y <?e®st 3>sy. Codet Days — January 12th, February 10th, March ...

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A Pardonable Sin. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

A Pardonable Sin. Everybody said that Kenneth Alden had made a preposterously foeltsh will. Of course, he had naturally expected to live longer than he did; everyone understood that, and -everyone knew that he had died suddenly from the effects of an accident, and had had no time to make any alteration in his ar rangements. But it svas a foolish will, notwith standing, for it t all his property, absolutely, to his daughter, and when her father died Lois Alden was only twelve years old. Her relatives would have liked her to take up her residence with some of them—paying of course, handsomely for the privilege, but Lois declined. Geddenfields, her father's house, was now hers absolutely, and she was her own mistress. She chose to live in the bouse and spend her money as she pleased. She was a young lady with a strong will of her own, and it was obvious from the first that she meant to take her own course. So she lived alone, save for the servants and the excellent housekeeper whom she...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

—The tubargo— * CHRONICLE' Published at the Registered. Office, Moruya-road, Cobargo, Overy Friday ormnff. rpHE 'CHRONICLE' deals JL vigorously with all j>ub lic -questions, and especially with those of Local Inte rest, and is already recognised as the only Progressiva Newspaper —IN TlilJ TWO ELECTORATES, (Bcga & Moruya) Original. Items, Local or District News, and Newspaper Clippings gladly rececived from any person. District Grievances reported to tlxe 'Chronicle' ■will receive prompt attention and the treat moat tliey deserve. lors must i'uuii. J'iilU All subscribers wii.; tin not receive their papers jvyularly will oblige by reporting the fact at this olEoe. ■ srjwra zT-zv&zzzsma Iu udvajicu, 16b per year; Boolc|id £ i per year. M>V£HliaN& RATES— First Inch, single •column — 3s Every Succeeding. Inch Ip,Gji Firat Inch, doable caliTina' ••• 6s Every tuccuo iiig Inch ■— 2s '61 Special arrangements will be made'for - Quarterly, Half yearly, or Annual A...

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A Pretty Stepmother. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

A Pretty Stepmother. CHAPTER VI. • My •dar'ing, I cannot lay claim to that perfect faith you speak of j but, et least, I am deeply repen'ant, and of my love yoa shall never again doubt. Ia there no forgiveness lor trie?' ■ Yea, Mrfurire,' she wh'spered, gently, as she laid her band upon his *Veve. • * You are generous, dear.; but I eon fearful, even now. I aiu afraid I may have lost the love you gave me two vycars ago, my barfing, and that even you cannot res! ore it. I lit jou simple Evtlyn Everard, tny wife, and find you now a brilliant woman, fam ous throughout all London, courted and admired by all, with a career that may fill your life and thrust me out of it/ H Maurice,' she said, as she came Reside him, so -close that he drew Ler chestn ut head against his shoulder, and iound his eyes lookirig down within a few inches of her own. 1 Maui ice, I suppose what you say is true in part. I did look to my work to Oil up the gap that came into mj life when we parted. I think I •conld ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

WEEKLY CALENDAR. I 1> v.-;of u - ! Drtj or | Sun | vun i moan Av li. . ! month j Uisea 1 ' 616 I b,flsa 1,'bjimY jan. 2g j & 111 I | I '2 18 • vnni ay 1 „ 27 i 5 12 i 7 5 | 1 7 SUHOAV 1 „ 27 1 « "I | a1.1muy „ 29 1 5 14| 74 | 8 0 tui-'sdaY | „ 30 ( 6 15 | 7 3 j 4 1» wdn'b>0t | „ 31 5 18 | 7 2 i 5 » Thursday | Feb 1. | 6 16 | 7 2 | 6 37

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

02TOCE 63SY2CBS. US follows i ROSTA* catholic, Mans celebrated at 8.30 a.*m and 11.15 a.m. every Sunday at Colnirgo. kveuiutr devotion every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. P, Eesst. CRU11CH OP12S»olakd. January 28—'Tiltoa 11; l>ignatn*8 2.33 j Cobargo7 30. | G.&Aire. VBHiJSTAV January 28—Cobargo 11; Quaoma 2.80; Central Tilba 7.3o.

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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 26, 1900 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

I'or the causa that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For tie future in the tk'startce, And the good'that ice can do. Oobabgo, Friday, Jandaby 26, 1900 Jn a few weeks the series of South Coast (Bjga.and Moruya electorates) Shows will commence at Moruya, and the season has been sufficiently favor able to insure a good display in all the sections. The attendances will, no doubt, because of the encouraging pro spects, be quite up to former years and possibly larger. Friends will be look ing forward to pleasant reunions, and altogether the 1900 Shows promise to surpass, in a social sense at least, their immediate predecessors. As far as Cobargo is concerned, a successful ex hibition appears assured. We hear of many intending visitors who have al ready secured lodgings for the Show days; those who have been invited to act as judges are accepting more readily than in former years, while there is no anxiety about the number of entries; in fact, the committee are not a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

Saturday, 3rd February (Immediately after the enla of Publicans' £ Booths 011 a/c of A. P. & IL Society.) X*7-rLLlASr BOOT is favored with in. TV ati'iictiOLis from Mr. A> Blomquisfc to toll 1'j- pulilic auction AN ALliOTMKJfT of LAND situate at Qtfyir.ia, uontaiuiug 2 roods, and hav is) if thru* frontages, one to the miin e< re-it. firccted tUcreoc a substan tia G-rooii%jd weatherboard house j three-rooms Umsd und ceiled with Baltic June, aud painted inside and out. ALL NECESSARY OUTHOUSES. Terras and Omilitions lit K*1p. —D08&.E&0— A. P. and H. SOCIETY. fff^EIvDETlS will lie received up to SA JL TUKDAY, 3rd FEliEUARY, at, 8 p.m. for CATERtKG on both days of Co bargo Shotv. Guarantee of 80 sitters cauh 'lay. Full particulars on application to T> KENNELLT, Secretary. -COBARGO fl. P. at. fl. Society SPECIAL PEI2ES. T\ La.ss£tee & Co.—Silver Cup, value £2J2% For "best jwn of 2 Dairy Heifers, under Syrs. Dr. Meeke £lfl.—For best- Gentlem...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Mb. IToi.man, M.P., for Grenfull, who, duiing the debate in tbe House on .the guebtion of sending troops to S iuth.Africa expressed the hope that, the British would be defeated in the present war, and subsequently crawl somelyr'apo!ogised and backed down, has attfempttd to air his anti-Britisli sentiments in the tight little island of Tasm^tya. But he found he was still in the;British Empire and among loyal ists. His text was'" The Labor Move. I ment and militarism " and he bad. not proceeded far when be began to reflect on Cecil Rhodes and the " Bushrangers Chartered • Company." There were present ' some sailors from the ships of the squadron, who, assisted by. local residents, at once took charge of \ the hall and sang patriotic songs. The police conveyed Grenfell's " beauty " to the lock-up for protection and subse quently. escorted; him home; Holiaan may insalt the British flag but not on British territory. A few friends met at Graham's Hotel on Friday eve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

CLEARANCE—GASH—SALE !1 LEAVING P #The DISTRICT. M R^70 Z A filfs."'~ Having Bccidcd to 3ueave (he S>sstrSct, —IS OFFERING HER— Large Stock of Drapery, Boots and Shoes, Hosiery, Gloves, Groceries, Ironmongery, Crockery, Glassware & Fancy Goods at Prices below Actual j Cost. i Calico from 3d Priuts from 3d Tailor's Tweeds at bargain rates 'Boots and Shoes at cut prices Dress Materials below cost H siery & Gloves.alirost given aw a* Art Mu.-jlius sacrificed .Gi oeeriee, Ironqjpngerr, Geo ikory, C'asav?are and;j?ancv Goods, iu.gr. at variety and at clearance priceo. THE WHOLE STOCK must lie cleared regardless &f cost as Mrs. L-'zar .s has made arrangements to leave the district. Those who come first will, of course, have the best choice. Never such a chance in Cobargo to ge' BARGAINS! The Bermagui Uaces ai'e over? tlie local horse, Psyche, has twice defeated the great Counterpoint, and everything has settled down to the usual humdrum of our daily existence- St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

I Till & (MOT, I COBARGO, CLEANING AND DYsfHB AT REASONABLE PRICES F. A.OEMISTON, J Piiamacist, BSGA. "B. OEMISTON begs to intimate to the public of Bcga and surrounding districts that he has PUBCHASED the BUSINESS lately carried on by Mr. Alex ander, and hus replenished it with a Heavy [ Stock of Pure Drugs and Chemicals. Also a Complete Stiock <5f toilet requiJ rites, and a Fine Collection of perfumery from the best English, American, French and German Houses. Druggists' Sundries, Surgical Appli ances. Patent Medicines, Homeo pathic Medicines. Veterinary Presciptions accurately dispensed. 'Orders by post "Prill receive prompt attention. F. A, ORMISTON. Medicines WILLIAM BOOT, IWIOIEEEII COMMISSION IMT, CHRONICLE OFFICE, COBAR&O Sales conducted ill any part <ff tbc District. J.'CiiutuiiiiCti PRODUCE MART. ! COBARGO. j CHAFF, • • 'fSIME"BAOOIT jiaizs, ■BEAN POLLARD. aad OILCAEB ALWATS ON-E AND. —ALSO ALL W0RK in the TINSMITH'S TBADE'execnted>...

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