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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

WEEKLY CALENDAR. I l)«Vsof ihe I Day of | Son 1 Con I Moon j Week, j Month | Rises | Ftts | Risea FnlftiT ) Feb 2 1-8 171. 1* 1 ? I Batubuay | „ 3 I .6 18 } *3 0 j 8 56 pcnday. | ,, 4 4 fi 19 j ?: B9 | 10 5 mokday V „ 6' | 6.20 7 88 |U 11 ; Tuimday l'»- 6 1 5 2L | 7 67 j p.m. W'dhkfd'y * 1 ,7 I 6 "22 I 7 57 I 1 20 Thdmdat t „ 8 | 5 23 | 7 5G I 2 20

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTHER STOKY OF BADENPOWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

MOTHER STOKY OF BADEN POWELL. Here is another story of Colonel Baden-Ppwell, Bent by a Pieterruaritz burg correspondent to a London paper: The Boer artillery opened fire on a portion of Mafeking in which the fortifications Lad not reached comple tion. Finding that their fire was not returned, the Boers ptimped ia shell after shell, and matters were made very warm for the defenders of the border town. Baden-Powell, with character istic coolness, hit npon a happy idea for silencing the enemy's guns and for gaining time in which to complete his earthworks. A trooper carrying a white flag emerged from the town, and proceeded in the direction of the Boer lines. Commander Cronje at once jumped to the conclusion that the de fender of Mafeking had resolved to surrender, and the Boer guns imme diately cea6ed firing. The trooper rode leisurely; but on teaching Comman dant Cronje he delivered the following message: —" Colonel Baden-Powell, the commandant of Mafeking, presents Mb compliments, a...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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, FEBRUARY 2, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

For the cause that lacks assistance, 'For the wrongs that need resktunce, For tHe-future in the distance, And the good that tee can do. Cobaeqo, Friday, Februabv 2, 1900. j ———————————— TDB warln Soulh Africa has so en grossed thfi -attention of Australians ! in facti we might say the whole world— that the question of Federation baa .become almost, a lost quantity". At .all ;event8 -'we have lately heftrj. nothing about it, and the metropolian press is as dumb as an oyster on the great national, movement This lull j is 110 doubt due, to a. great extent,.- to I the fact that the crucial part ot the noble work had been, completed when the electors of the colonies, by stupea dous majorities accepted the Common wealth Bill. ♦ * * * The question has again been brought; into prominence by the expressed wish, of Mr. Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the Oolonies, that a-delega tion be sent from Australia to watch .and assist in the passage of 'the Bill through the Imperial Parliament. It...

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"BULLER SUPERSEDED?" — No. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

"BULLER SUPERSEDED?" The announcement of Lord Roberts' appointment to the command of the forces in South Africa—a decision which met with the infinite approval of the nation, whose faith ia "Bobs" is really sublime, was by many inter preted as the outcome of Buller's reverse at the Tugela. In a sense it was, for that check showed more clearly than ever that the forces already In South Africa were quite inadequate to the needs of the situa tion, and that to make a clean sweep of the opposition it would be necessary to supply wholesale reinforcements. The appointment of "Bobs," however, j must not be taken as a reflection on Sir Bedvers Buller's conduct of the campaign, and the notion that he has been superseded because of his reverse is entirely erroneous. The official statement that General Buller's Bole attention is required in Natal, and that the necessity has arisen for appointing a commander-in-chief of the whole forces in South Africa, is a perfectly frank and full one. General...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

LOCAL Jtp GENERAL NEWS Mr—A.-^Blomqvist, with-,his gang of men, lata fendedttie" wa8ha"ivay at Dunsmore's. On account"" of v Father' ' Kenny's absence from the parish tbfere will be' no service7 iti'the' Rom&h Catholic Church ^ext fiundaj. -.v.. . , . Constable Hefeeenan, who haa beep ^transferred :from Maclean tc Arpii^al^ , ha4; » J send-off; and war .presented with a watch and pipe before Tea'viiig M&61ean." The chidr man bore testimony to Heffertan's excellent record of three years and. to the "tact" he always displayed in the discharge oftbisduties.^■-.-■= , Epfoets were, being made to. arrange the cricket match "between the Stan dard and Chronicle teams for the 10th instant, but as'eVecy Saturday up to: Easter is engaged' tberi appears little hop# of the game coming off this sea son. It will, however, probably be made the opening match for* next season. : '* . The following-are:the results of the events attheCoilt* Sacs Meeting ;Members^-Handioa|>-rPsyche;(8...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

CHAPTER n. Among the players on the lawn was * tall yojing fellow in flannels whose eyes had followed Merle's disappear ance with Sir Charles in gloomy disap proval. fie was a finely-built, athletic yonflg man, with fair, closerCropped hair, and a budding moustache of the same <. ^golden hue -His ejes were of a dark, • htirost blae, and altogether Manna dake Tyrrell mil set np young ^ Englishman enough, though he bad r'\ the disadv|atager-or advantage, u maybe—pf you&fulaess, being barely twenty-two. lie was wruthfully observant of the return of the handsome, dark young baronet and the lovely Merle, and his brow -darkened as he saw how Sir Charles bent over the girl, and laughed and chatted as he led her ta a seat under an awning. •Dash the fellow?' mentally ejacu lated young Tyrrell. ' He's a baronet with eight thousand a year, and no body bat himself to please; and I am i dependent on my mother, who may go and marry again for all 1 know.. He » free to speak when...

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OUR BEGA BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

QUE BEM" BUDGET. (bf Nemo) On Wednesday last the Dry - River footballers dlpcarcied the garb of the popular ifintej;.. gatue and donned the. flannels witl^ the'inteution of lowering the colors ot tlie.^Eoga footballers' at the summer game.1 -But they achieved the same fosults. as attended their efforts-when: endeavouring to,"vanquish •! oar votarue of the more exciting game. The Dry Riveri>efl, to. the number of nine, \Bucce6Bfully . croseed the - £ega river and entered the .town without any opposition" j'V' but although they arrived in a^body and presented a for midable appearance, they immediately went to Peaces, .pliich proved a serious blunder, as the locals got wind of the fact and plucfeed pp their fast waning; courage, .jttowgfer. the 'vieitora Were determined-to do-or die, and under the able cctnmoad- of Captain Boyd- bied themselves to the cricket ground, where they threw down the gauntlet ajid challenged;j;he noble defenders to mortal combat.' ■ iThe chtri'enge being ac...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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A Pardonable Sin. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

A Pardonable Sin. CHAPTER I. Her eyes were of a lovely dark yey {ringed wvfcb iong black carley lashes, and her complexion was purely pale tinged only with the faintest blush rose color in his cheeks. She waa dressed in creamy white, «nd carried a sunshade composed of ■exquisite white lace over her beautiful head. She was walking along one of the .shady walks, and by 'her side strolled * tall, gentlemanly man, evidently about thirty years of age, who was dressed in the height-of fashion. He was dork, and "very good-looking, «ud was in faet Sir Charles Turnham, a young baronet whose -country place adjoined Sir Joseph's. •It really does,' he was saying, earnestly. 'It really seems an age since I saw you J' * Do you think bo T Merle rejoined, somewhat carelessly, as she glanced towards the teunnis-ground with a rather wiHtful look. 4 It's only about a fortnight. It doesn't seem long to me." • I daresay not,' rejoined Sir ■Charles, sadly. 'You havn't missed me like I have you/ ' Are you...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

" Evil to him who evil thmki." THEY SAT: " That judging by the language it^ed in a Oobaj-goibackyard the other dty a woman, -should be left alone wheh thb; clothes line comes down in tlie mud. That the Sam's Creek schoolboys are forming a" cricket club and will take the Cobargo boys on at an early date. , That contrary to expectations the refusal j of a Cobargo storekeeper to; give a-donation i to the Sam's Creek school children's picnic did not affect the aaccesa of the affair. That a conple of girls 'took different sides at the picnic and both received "black eyes —from the rounder ball. ThAt a Cobargo syndicate 'is likely to open a tailoring business in town-—a well known journeyman being found "cut out to suit" his bosses. That special prizes for the Show are lx> ginning to come in with the usual freedom... That the second-grade match, Cobargo v. Dry Biver, which, should have been plajred last Saturday will come off later on—Dry Biver, like cricketers, won't accept any forfei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

OKTOCE 6E8VI0S6. celebrated at £.30 a»m. and 11.15 mm, every Sandfly &t Cob&rgo. livening devotion every Sunday at 7.3Q p.m. P.*ennt. C&tTRCH QV SK0LAKX>. •iVbrnary 4—Cob&rgo (H.C.) U; Qua&ma 2.30; Bor xn&gui 7.30, Q. Soarbb. WESLETAW SPebroarr 4—Morrmh and Central Tilba 11; Bermfc Kni 2^0; Cobfttgo7.30.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

9i a» ii ! irai roiTFiTBU OOBAJEtG-O* CLEANING AN0*Y£4NC AT REASONABLE frBTCES- " F. A.ORMIST0N, Phamaclst, BSGA. ME. ORrflSTON begs to intimate, to the public of Bega and surrounding districts that he has' PURCHASED the BUSINE SB 'lately tarried on by Mr. Alex ander, and has replenished 'it "with -a Heavy Stock of Pnre Drags and Chemicals. Also a Complete Stock of toilet bbquiS sites, and a Fine Collection of pkbfumeby from the best English, American, French and German HouseB. Druggists' Sundries, Surgical Appli ances! Patent Medicines, Homeo pathic Medicines. Veterinary Medicines Ftesciptions accurately dispensed. 'Orders by post will receive prompt attention. F. A. ORMISTON. WILLIAM BOOT, IICIKE111OTHISSIOB IfflT, CHRONICLE OFFICE, cobas&o. Sales conducted in any part of the District. J. CAREOLL&CO. PRODUCE MART. COBARGO on^rr, _ ^jniwrasAoos. ■CAhBi _ _ ss£sr POT.T.ATtP. &n& ftTT.aA.gm ALVATS 017 SAND. -ALSO ALL WORK in the TINSMITH'S TRADE execut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

COBARGO HOTEL. svaamstoif» as xtctre«r«o®E. ' tHe C®a«i SXTEHBlVE 8TABLINC. EXPERIENCED CKOOM. Jaiei firalta. POST IffUI HOTEL, COBARGO. f.T. KSATZICQ Proprietor. T. jEefttin# iias much plwsure in 'it-forming the residents of COBAB&O nod Surrounding Dittr cts that he has taken over the above Well-known Hotel, and hopes by keeping the BEST BRANDS of WINES, SPIRITS, ALEP, etc., to merit • /sir -share of support. SPECIAL AlTENTtON will be paid to the 'wants of Commercial and other Travel tare. Commodious Sample Booms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent ■groom in attendance. T. K. begs to annonnce for the bene* !8fc of visitors from tho TILBA, NOO EOOMA, BODALLAand NERHIGONDAH ■DI8TKICTB that h'B Hotel pofswses nil the ■comforts of a home, while good horse feed and etabe accommodation are made speciali ties ef the establishment. HORSES & BUGGY FOB HIBE The Central Hotel, ©EGA. VftStr Rtv KMtttnntl. MRS. RAFTER BKQS to remind VISITORS to BKGA that they will find llie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

NOTICE, THE :(in<1eMsigli6<l 5ias -foi' HIRE a "Staunch Single Bu(;j?y HoltC Imcl Comfortable Siuglo Buggy, Also Saddle Horses, X, D. tWJENS. G-, MARTIN, Builder & Contractor Plans and Fpecifiesilions -pnibarcS. anil Enii males g'iv o for all Work. BEBMAGDI.STBKET, COBABGO. WIIGHTSOI KID CfiESl 'btojsbbs ft oesTftAOStas, ©OBABGa Estimates of aia work given A. I>. BUBNS, General Blacksmith. Krpry kiml of Work done on t he Shortest Notice imil guaranteed to givoevery-Satiiif&e" tion. W. ACKEBLEY, DON TAILOE, UOSVYA, WILL VISIT COBARGjp PERIODICALLT —with a.— Large and varied A Bsortitient of SCJAIMEE' and WINTEE GOODS. Tho date of each visit (nlxmt monthly) will be duly advertised in-this paper. X-DDHRee : KEA'TTNG'S HOTEL, COBAEGO. BEGA, A MEM BER OF TfllC Ft KM WITiL VISIT COB A.RQ-0 Each Montfcly Court fifty. Court D/lys — 12th, February 16th, March liith, April 13th, May 11th, June 15th, July ]3tb, August 17th, September 14th, October 12th,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

MR. F.CL HEADY, StfRGICAL AND MECHANICAL •DENTIST, «AR?4razsr. sa&A, WILL VISIT COBARGO AT REGULAR PERIODS. FURNISHED. - APARTMENTS. ■PIANO and BATH OGOB ACCOMMODATION MODERATE CHARGES. • The Australian Coffee Palace, No, 9 MARGARET STREET. TINDER SF.W ttAXAGEWENT. lots. JOSEPSBOU8> ProprletrMi, (Late of Quaajna). LEGAL NOTICE. AMEMBERof -the firm -will visit Co bargoon xhe undermentioned dates during the current year : Coubt Days — January 12th, February ICth, March 16th, April 13th, May 11th, June 15th, July 13th, August 17th, September 14th, October 12th, November 16th, December 14th. KAWLINSON & BLAND, Solicitors, Sega. BERMAGUI. BERMAGUI. F. A DAMSON, Butcher, Ham and Bacon Factor, HAB COMMENCED BUSINESS AS ABOVE Z&7RS1SZSES OPPOSITE WALSEB'S 8SS&B. Buyer of Hides, Calf Skins, &c. BOOTMAKlfttfe. COBARCO. T. J. W. wrehsa to 'intorm the POBLIC of COHAlvGO and District-that ALL WORK entrusted to bi<n will be exe?nted viitb caie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

Saturday, 3rd February (Inst'ydiately after the sale of Publican*' Booths on a/e of A. P. & H. Society.) WILLIAM BOOT ie favored with in structions from Mr. ..A. Blomqnist to sell by public auction AN ALLOTMENT of LAKDrntaatenfc Quiuinm, contBioilig 2 roods, and hav ing three front&ges, one to the main .street. Erected thereon a substan tial p-roomed weatherboard house J three-rooms lined and ceiled with Baltic pine, and painted inside olid out. ALL NECESSARY OUTHOUSES. Terms and Conditions at Sale. —COBABGO— A. P- and H. SOCIETY, TENDERS will be received up to BA» TURDA.Y, 3rd FEBRUARY, at 8 p.m. for CATERING on both days of Oo bargo Show. Guarantee of 80 sitters e&ob day. Full particulars on application to T. KENNELLT. Secretary. MR. F. W. R1PP, SUSGIOAL AND UECBANIOAL Dentist, Mat be Consulted at KEvrnid'a Honfc, Teeth scaled and Bleached Teeth extracted without pain Teeth fitted to taost difficult iaoctin - Ill-fitting Teeth le-modelled Expressions carefu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

\ TOM KENNELLY won't allow his Stock to lie on bis shelves growing musty ; and out of date, but now, while yet ther£ are three months of euiumer he has determined to give hia numerous Customers the benefit of a * " - ■ ' ' - Clearance Sale ot Summer Goods To make room for a Large Consignment of Goods to Arrive. tpecial war risks have been paid on this hipment because of the danger of the ves sel.being seized on suspicion of carrying contraband of War, but Rear-Admiral Pearson has received instructions to con voy the cargo safe to Bermagui. and Tom Kenneliy's loyal standing Army of Custo mers now feel happy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

NOTICE. I HAVING taken over the Narira Saw mills lately carried on by W. Elther ington, ALL OBDEBS entrusted t# me will be executed on shortest possible notice. Quality guaranteed. ... '. E. TYBELL. Cobar«*o SCHOOL OF ARTS. THE usual monthly Committee meeting will be held on TUESDAY, EVEN ING NEXT, at 8 o'clock. T. KENNELLY, Hon. See. j FINALNOTICE. All outstanding accounts must be paid at once or they will be sold by auction. J. GBAVES, 'Cobargo Stores. HIGH-CLASS ENTERTAINMENT, —jrr lasme op Edison's— TflEHTROPHOIlE, —Wlliti BB GIVEN IS 'the— SCHOOL OS1 ARTS On Saturday (T oamorrow) Popular Songs (sentimental, patriotic and comic) Band and Orchestral Selections, Banjo and Piccolo Solos. Also a reproduc tion of the pOTmlar patriotic aonj;, "Soldiers of the Queen, by Mr- Arthur Ham.' .. The Theatrophone is the Musical Marvel of the century, it is 50 times as loud aB the ordinary "Phonograph, every word and every note can be heard just as distinctly as though the singer or the band w...

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DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. A Young Wife Shot by Her Husband. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

DOMESTIC TBASEDY. A Young Wife SKot iy Her fiusfaaM.. A geocriko domestic tragedy occurred at Bumberry, near Partes, last week. ^ It appears that a quarrel took place between Ellen Schnavel, aged 22, and Alfred Schnavel, ber husband, aged 19, and in tbe afternoon the latter vent away on horseback and borrowed a muzzle-loading Enfield rifle and some powder. This he loaded with a hand ful of heads of galvanised screws and pieces of iron. Returning on horse back about 4 o'clock, he was seen by a sister of deceased's, a girl of 14 years,' who told Mrs, Schnavel to go inside,' that Al£ would kill ber. She, ae-1 cordingly, did so. Her mother in the meantime ran oat ands jstruck at bim with a stick. He levelledthe gnn at her and said he would shoot her. She, thereupon, ran inside and joined ber daughter. He ran ronnd to the front of a two-roomed house, and pointed the gun first through the window of one room, then through the window of the other. The terrified women ran from one to the oth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

48GL48S&480 CEORCE STREET. SYDNEY. SS«W MM "AUSTRAL" TAILORS, CLOTHIERS, MERCERS, EATTERS, HOSIERS and JUVENILE OUTFITTERS, OPPOSITE MAIN ENTRANCE NEW VICTORIA .MARKETS. j€ustrai <Smo Suit to Treasure. BHUBHto 45!- COMPEMTION. 45WB ouaa TWEE) JDS Are Specially Selected and Manufactured lor us, the le&dihg feature being Vicars' Gold Medal Tweeds, Forest of Wool, Fast Dye. Wool from your -own sheep. The New "Bronze Greens a Speciality. OTTR ©E33RC3-K5S Are all Guaranteed fore Indigo !Dre, (Will stand Atmospheric Te*t. - GorkBcrewg, Vi cuna Serges, vVira-wove-beiges, Plain and and Fancy Sergerettes in the Newest Shades. Send for Pattern*, Fathion Plates, Catalogue, Measure Form, Tape, Post Free on Application. ALL ORDERS CARRIAGE PAID BY POST, BOAT OR RAIL. ,486, 488, 490 George-street, Sydney. -■CASH-SALE!! LEAViNO #The DISTRICT. Its MRS/LAZARTB, Saving Decided to Leave the District, —18 OFFERING HER— Large Stock of Drapery, Boots and Shoes, Hosiery, Gloves,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 February 1900

BAKOiKillD BXBCVITB. Ook EErEEBEKTitlTE, JTE. H.BLACE SXONi will wait upon our Customers at regular intervals, when Orders will ' receive prompt and cttrefnl attention > Department; of Public WorkB, N.S.W., Boada Office,-Bega, 29th January, 1900. TENDERS, addressed to the Cleric of Petty Sessions at Bega, and endorsed "TENDEB FOE BO AD WOKJC," will be received up to noon on WEDNESDAY, the 7th February, 1900, for the following works s—Contract No. 24/99-1900, Bermagui to Quaama; 27/99-1900, Bermagui to Co bargo; 28/99-1900, Timber for Bridges; and 33/99-1900, Main South Coast Road. Specifications for all the xrorlcsmay be seen at the Bega Courthouse, and at the Police Stations in Cobargo and Bermagui. J. DOUGLAS BATHGATE, Boad Supt.. I.S.N. GQ. FOB the next few weeks the Steamers for SOUTHERN-TORTS will leave Sydney on Tuesdays and Thursdays. CttAS. SPEER. For Private Lease. THE WOILA CREEK RUN and Occu pation liioenee, comprising about 24,000 acres, about 600 acres, fenced, good ...

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