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

COBAWGO HOTEL. -STCBTTSma ASITO^aSTTO BE. ' UKST SIMPLE Ml ' '•©a, tto Coast. EXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCED CROOM. POST OFFICE HOTEL, COBARGO. : J* Ei'Miit Proprietor. ,"J. Jt iEeaiirfff. ^Bs much plensure in ■ i- forming tlia lesidonts of COU^IiGO and ' Stmounding D'str cts that be has taken over "the above well-known -Hotel, and hopes tiy :'keepicR Hie I!EST -BRANDS of WINES. 'SPIEIT.<, ALKP, etc., to merit a lair 'share of support. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be raid to ° the wants of Commercial and other Travel J ere. Commodious Snmpie'Kooms available. 'GOOD STABLING and a competent rgroom in attendance. ' :J. T. K. begs to announce' for I he benr 1 tfit of visitors fiom ill;. TILBA, KOO KOOMA. BODALLAand NEUKIGUNDAH . 'DlB'i lilGTd that'll:s Holol pofsetses nil :the , -corofoits of a home^ viiiile iiond horse feed -snd stabe accommodation crc made speciali ties of the establishment. ; HORSES & BUGGY FOB HIRE. The Central H°tel, 'BEGA. ■trader New Management. • E...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

SEND YOUR J?IGrS 22 HILL, CLARK &~GG. "88F" Highest Rates Guaranteed. 2^" Proceeds Remitted on pay of Sale Bankers-: The Eank of N.S W ;rE sl'II fi-om 20.000 to 23,000 PIGSp?r annum, whicli proves "tlia.tr "we Rive com plete satisfaction to our Constituents. AH dotniis^jereoun.lly superintended by our Salesman, who lias conducted litis branch of our business for li yams. Thoroughly Practical Men Employed' "All Stock well fed "and. watered, and classed to best possible advantage. head offic >r. t o'coisrisr p lij-st, s3rx>3sri3'z'. The Federal Forge D. HENRY &80N, COBARGO. ^P"Famed for honest and prompt Work, civility to Customers, and the smal lest margin of Profit. Consistent Places at Henrys1. The rich and poor, the great-an& small, tlie old and young, all treated alike. If you want a Korea shod—GO TO HEN&YS' If you want a New Dray—GO SO HENRYS1 If you want a Gun Repaired-G(3 TO HENRYS' If you want a Pl<ni£iisharc—GO TO HE NETS' If ...

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

MR. F. G. HEADY, j SUBGICAX 'AttiD MECHANICAL ] DENTIST, CARP-STREET. BE3A, WILL VISIT COBAEGO AT BEGTTLA'R PERIODS. FURNISHED * APARTMENTS. PIANO AND BATH GOOD ACCOMMODATION MODEBATE CHARGES. —AT— The Australian Coffee Palace, No, 9 MARGARET STREET. TNDKR HiEW iWANAfiF.MEfiT. MRS. JOSEPH EOLFBi Proprietress. (Late of Qufiama). LEGAL NOTICE. A MEMBER of the firm will visit Co bargo on the undermentioned dates during the current year: 'Court Date — January February 16th, March lfith, April 13th, May 11th, Juue 15th, July 13th, August 17th, September 14-th, October 12th, November 16th, December 14th. EAWLIN60N & BLAND, Solicitors, Bega. BERMAGUI. BERMAGUJ. P. ADAMSON, Butcher, Harn and Bacon Factor, 1IAS COMMENCED BUSINESS AS ABOVE la P3,2MXSE3 OPPOSITE WALKER'S ■STORE. Buyer of Eides, Calf Skins, &c. BOOTMAKlhG. T. J. WOOXVt G6BfiRC0. T. J, W. wishes to inform the PORLIC or COBA liGO ond District that ALL WORK entmstod to him. wilt be exe-uted vtitli cae, and in the T...

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

ENGLAND, AMERICA AND GERMANY EEEM TO BE ON EX CELLENT TEEMS WITH EACH OTHER JC8T VOW. THIS IB AB IT SHOULD BE WITH NA TIONS. Naturally there is a spirit- of rivalry in the mercantile de partments of these great Powers. This .-is as it should he, too. The 6piritof friend ly rivalry in the manufacture of Pi anos and Organs . means a more actis ' ' tic article, more Jti t ingenuity displayed j . in the manufac ture/and better re sults to the buyer, sPaling's deal with | ejl tlii"ee .countries, ] widiargdy, too. ENGLAND Produces .-.the Brinsmead Piano,-®ibBey and Besson Sand Instruments, &a. ABEBBIGA. GERMANY Gives 'lis the Stoiftway Piano, and the renowned Estey Organs, and the famous' Banjos, Guitars and -Mandolins of Lyon and Hoaly*6 make. SendB her immense ship ments of Pianos and all kinds of Musical Instru ments, too numerouB to ttentaonhere. CAX.Ii OB WHITE FOB CATAAOGOE8, FEEK. WJ .NUM., ltd.

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

MISCELLANEOUS ! • General Cronje bag had three sons killed iu battle lately, One was slain fluting the Jameson raid. Father CSery, Srat par'sh priest of 0/ipliunfa <N. 2.), is briber of G^ne r«] Clerv commapding ui,djf Bailer in South Africa, Sliouid th» .Brititlj succeed (said Cardinal Moran in speaking of the war), South Africa would have those glorious conditions of freedom kuown iu Canada Bud Australia, As much as 2500 millions sterling uave been lent to other nations bv Ui» uritisb, J - * Placards bave been posted around ilie township of Mount Gambier, S juth Australia, requesting ail true British subjects to bycott all persons .in busi ness or public service who openly avow themselves Boer sympathisers. One Enoch Lawton, pro Boer Iec- I inter, mounted a cub at. Newport, in ^iglaud, recently and began an ad dress in favor of th* Boers. A crowd of over lOOO peraoa's became exasper ated, rushed him towards the Usk a"<? ttiuewr him into the river, from which ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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THE CARDINAL ON THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

THE CARDINAL ON TEE WAR. Speaking last evening to a representa tive of the Daily Telegraph, Cardinal Moran said; " I have heard it stated that I myaelf am such a deadly enemy of the British Empire that I would rejoice in the defeat of her arms in South Africa. I can only say that bo far from rejoicing in the overthrow of the Empire at the present day, espe cially in her colonial Governments, I would regard the decay of the Empire as one of the greatest blows that could befall the civilised world at the close of this nineteenth century. ' Why die Boers are ihe greatest enemies that the Catholic Church has ever had. They retain all the bigotry and the fierce opposition to the Church that were shown by the old Huguenots of France and by the first Dutch followers of Calvinism. That is the reason why there is scarcely a single convert to Catholicism among thou. A few dis tinguished Dutchmen have joined the Church, but comparatively few. From the time the Transvaal and Orange Free State w...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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OUR BEGA BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

OUR BEGA BUDGET. (By Neho) On Saturday night last, just as the various badnesses were about to close, the deep tones of St. John's Church bell andits lees important companion, _ the public sc^i^al, bell, rang oat on the *tHlness «n/the. night. "Firel" was the cry, and a stampede ensoed, die . crowd, including both sexes, young «nd old, losing no time in making for the scene of.danger, which turned oat to be the old buildings known as ' Arnold's Bega Brewery. It soon foecawa apparent that the fire had a good hold of the buildings, which were . composed of old woodwork, and very inflammable. Nevertheless, scores of "willing hands set to work and began (the task of rescuing all the portable property that came in their way. The <jellar was locked, but (he keys were quickly found, and the work of saving the large quantities of beer stored: therein at once commenced. But ; another difficulty was to be met with, .as .the .stoppers for the bung.holeB «oald oot be found, the conse...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

THE Plft MABEET. Hill Clarke'& Co.,"report:— Tbe fat pig market is lightly supplied to-day, the prices being much firmer for all descriptions,' especially notice able in heavy baconftrs which were in much stronger demand. We quote extra prime -weighty back fattera at 40s to 50b, extra- prime weighty baconers 35b to- 40b, good to prime lighter 34a to 37s, light 28s to 339, best heavy porkers 25b to 27s, good 23s to 25b, light 13s-to 22s, others 12s to 18s-according to weight and quality. We don't expect present values to hold bat the market should be fairly -good.

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

The Uleek's ttlar. The British' force, under Duudonald occupied a koj-jo, wresting it fiom a Boer fotce. In the engagement the Voldt-Cornet of lieilbron and" 20 [J^ers were killtd or wounded, and 15 jthers talc^n prieoners. Tho Boeis have been engaged during the last few iayB in constructing a bridge over the Tugela, seven miles to tin west of Potgieter'a Drift- Their i iea was to outflank General Buller'd invading force. This bridge the Boers have now destroyed with dynamite, recog nising the hopeles .nets of the eater prise which it was intended to serve General Culler haa collected 5000 vehicles for transport purposes. With the aid of a war ba loon during the recet>t engagement, the British artillery was able to shell bodies of Boers, * ho galloped ..up in large numbers from Colenso to take part in the engage ment. .jA-mougjhe Bqera caplured by Colonel, Lord Dundotiald'a ^forces at Acton" HoLmes was one of President Kruger's grandsons. The British casualties in the engagement ...

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NEILLEY DEAD. Mr. W. R. S. Neilley Died on 15th inst. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

NEILLEY DEAD. Mr. W. R-S. Neilley Died on 15th inst. This information came in Gazette's telegrams yester morn, and to say that it gave. a shock to the present writer, as we are sure it did to all tho38 wlio knew him so long, is to merely Bay that which is true. In the year 1874 this writer and the deceased (just after he and the late Van Hemert failed in establishing business in the line of meat preserving at Eden) joined in partnership over the Southern (since the Bega) Standard, and the lamented gentleman proved himself to be largely possessed of those instincts that are found in " a man." Intellectual capa city, large industry, untiring zeal, lie worked on since his advent here for his own and the district's good; chari table in criticism; doing good by stealth. No .man during the same period ever tried harder for the ad vancement of Bega interests And this against at times, criticisms that would have killed a leas stalwart heart. Com pared with his labors his recognitions were s...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

The Uicek's CUat*. Although a, rtrict •censorship is still b ing exerci cd in Na'nl a"d at the Chjio, a certain amount of -dugiiite in. triHgencu has l>cen permitted to filter through wilhin the past twenty-four hours. The Times sUt.s that Colonel,; Lord Duudonald, commanding ft con siderable body of cavalry and mounted infan'ry, •made a dashing forward. movement on Wednesday, the 10th inf-t., end occupied the hills above Potg'-el-er's Drift, 'completely surprising the Boers, who withdrew out of range. On Wednesday, LVutenaiit-Gercral Sir Onarlcs Warden's force of 11,000 u,en crossed the Tugela by way of Irichaidt'a Drift, five miles higher up the stream. Ilis passage and advance were not opposed, although the Boers held a pewtiou only fi^'e miles away. Additional details connected with the Boer attack on Ladysmith on Satur day, the 6th inst„ an fofficial account of which has already been published, aTe now -coining to hand from Natal. Mr. Giorge Adam?on, the Standard's ; L«dj sm...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

OUR TELEGRAMS (From ocb Sydney Correspondent.) ] Sydney, Thursday. Better, creamery and factory 9(1, dairy 7jd to 9J, cheeife 2|d to 5d, \ eggs to IGdl, bacon 4Jd to 7J-}, hams 7^(1 to 9|d, fowls 2s 3d to 4s, ! •ducks 2s to 2s 6.!. j Jhe estimated cost of contingents' already sent to South Africa from thin' cciony will amount to £250 000. " It is Buggested that two hundred. w*I fifty tneu from the Nav«l Brigade be sent ^wilh tire Bushmen's Contin gent.. The fund now reaches £23,800. Sir Julian Salamon?, Agent-General,.] Will for personal private reasons re sign in'April and Bail for Sj daey in ; May. Hie Conference of Premiers yester, •day decided tliafc no alteration be' recommended in (he method of appoint ing Stale Governors after Federation: It was also r-eeolved that no Federal Uifle Team be sent to Bisley this year. A Noumea •cable yesterday an nounced the death of three Kanakas ■on the Torikese from habonic plague. Bandsman Paine resident at Dawes .ffoint has developed sympto...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MERITS OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 January 1900

2SEBITS OF THE WAE. I? is told of two neighbors in Sooth Melbourne, Irishmen, living in adjoin, ing cottages, that they spent all their spare time and half the hours they should have - passed in bed, arguing fiercely over the dividing fence on the meritB of the Boer war. Neither knew anything in particular about the merits of the fight, but whilst one was loyal through and through the other was pro-Boer, and they disputed and raged at large all over the African continent and right through Irish history, from the days of Brian Bora to the last Some Rule struggle, with out convincing each other on a single point. The other Sunday Ryan went out to take up. the disputations, primed with a new fact and confident of victory. He worked Flynn up to i the usual condition of treasonable fury,, and then discharged his lyddite, bomb. '■Yah 1" he cried, 'Tin too good an Irishman anyhow to shtand up for fwhat perdoooed the first Orangeman." "What'se ye sayin' 1" gasped Flynn, completely nonplusse...

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

CBICKBT. Following a challenge, a team of aborigines from Wal'iaga Lake Station visited Cobargo on Saturday. Coming by boat to Digrianrs on Friday even ing, the blacks camped for the night, aud walked into town next morning, arriving at 8 o'clock, about 16 strong. They had a complete out-fit ot bats, etc., and practise regularly on the Waliaga pitch. The team was led by Pica!la. Play commenced about 11.30, and the darkies behaved like trumps right 'through the game. Their fiel ding was particularly good, but in the batting in the firafc innings Dinnie Parsons was the only one to stand up to the bowling ■with any confidence. The towling of Picalia Was, m usual, moat deadly, while Bob Andy and Hubert alBO came in for a share of the wickets. With a captain who understood Ms business, the darkies would make an even go of it with any of the associa ted clubs. Cobargo lost the toss, avid tl\e Wal iaga team took the field. Nothing remarkable occuircd, until Willie and Jno. Tarlinton got to...

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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 — 26 January 1900

" Evil to him who evil thinks ". THEY SAY: That "Jim" is without doubt the great draw at any concerts held in the Tilbas;   and   That he shows splendid judgment in the selection of his songs—a thing not always apparent in comic singers. That if the gentleman at the Tilba concert who gave the wonderful exhibition of   memory in the recitation "Look at the Clock" had not been persuaded to "turn it up" his cows wouldn't have been milked next morning. That a Moree lady who took part in the Tilba concert delighted the audience with the finished manner in which she rendered her songs. That Vic Henry made a catch in the match on Saturday and immediately   regained his reputation by missing another easy chance. That accompaaying the black eleven which played Cobargo on Saturday was a "fair" umpire. That Jno. Tarlinton again played a sound   innings on Saturday for 56, while Willie in the batting, bowling and fielding was the ...

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

Thettleek'sUiar. Considerable relief has just been af forded by the announcement of a British victory at Spion Rop on Tues day night. The news was eagerly looked for. Although as yet neces. sarily meagre, it affords great satisfac tion, tempered with sadness and regret for the gallant lives sacrificed in the struggle. General Sir Re'dvers H. Buller, cables that, as previously ar ranged, Lieutenant-General Sir Charles Warren surprised and captured the Boer position at Spion Kop on Tuesday night. On the following day very severe artillery fighting took place. The Boer practice was exceptionally sharp, and many British casualties oc. curred, including Major-General E. R. P. Woodgate, C.B., who was severely wounded. Warren considers that the enemy's position is now untenable. News Irom Spion Kop is certainly awaited, the keenest interest being manifested in the progress of the Natal campaign. Many people con sider, from General Bailer's announce ment of hid intentions, that he is hope f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENSILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

ENSILAGE. To make stack ensilage, when the maize is full grown it is cut, placed in bundles, and stacked with the cob end inwards. When a handy height is ob tained a trench is dug all round the base and the soil thrown on top of it until sufficient weight has been secured to control the temperature. This de velops a wholesome acetous fermenta tion and turns out a food specifically suited for maintaining and prolonging the milk flow. By this cheap process as good results are obtained as by the most expensive silos. Naturally a portion of the hardened, fibrous, and non nutricious stem on the out side of the stalk is practically useless, bat this does not amount to any considerable proportion of waste. The cattle are very fond of this class of food.

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HOME LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

HOME LIFE Thb fact is we beed an upliftal of the marriage ideal and a truer ideal—such as science and religion alike teach as —of the 6acredneBS. of fatherhood, motherhood and home. Bat this can only come with the upliftal of oor whole ideal of life and man. It ia the tree, not the branoh merely, that is rotten. So long as we are slaves, as at present, to bo bate a materialistic con. oeptionof life as money-making and pleasure, and our stindaid of value is gold, wejoannot wonder that marriage is degraded, children are voted a nui sance, prostitution flourishes, and the most beautiful of earthly relationships is dragged through the mire. So long also an bonest labor does not re ceive its due, and the competitive principle prevail?, which treats human beings as machines and makes them slaves of the market, poor mothers will be oppressed, and fatherhood and. motherhood must appear to the under paid worker doubtful bleeBings. Mean while parents should bestir themselves' and seek, both b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A PICTURE FROM THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

A PICTURE FROM THE FRONT. Hebe is a little picture from the front which will impresB moBt people, I fancy. It is an extract from a letter —which appeared in the " Fall Mall Gazette "—from Mr, W. 0. Hannah, a son of the Yicar of Brighton, who went to Ladysmith to seoure from the officers of the Leicestershire Regiment details of the death of his brother, Lieutenant Hannah, who was the first officer killed at Dundee. Mr. Hannah, in the course of his letter dated Novem ber 3, says:—"I dined' with the Dundee column last night .1 will give you a description of this dinner as showing bow Burns'' gilded popinjays' fare when timeB are warlike. To begin' with, there w«8 no sort of furniture either in the mess-room or the ante room. If you wanted to sit down, you j did so on the floor. We each got hold | of a large tin mug, and dipped it into a large tin saucepan of soup and drank | it, spoons not existing. A large lump ] of salt was passed round. and«veryone broke off a piece with his finger...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ROMANCE OF LADYSMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

THE ROMANCE OF LADYSMITH. Ladysmith, which has been brought into such prominence since the out break of the war, was named after the wife of General Sir Harry Smith. His marriage was a romance of the Napo leonio ware. 'When the British, under Sir Arthur Wellesley (afterwards Duke of Wellington), were driving the French out of Spain, Henry Smith was a captain in the British army. One sight he and another young officer in a Spanish town which the British had just occupied were visited by two beautiful Spanish, girls of high rank, who begged their protection in the alarming circumstances in which they were placed. The protection was of course, given, and Captain Smith fell desperately in love with one cf the girls, and subsequently married her. Afterwards he became General Sir Harry, and she Lady Smith. Sir Harry was employed in South Africa after it became a British possession, and his name is perpetuated by the town of Harrysmith, just aoross the Orange Free Stated-border from Natal....

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