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A Pardonable Sin. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1900

A Pardonable Sin. CHAPTER IV. | Mrs. Tyrrell reached Sir Josephs handsome houde in c-^od time, and was j shown into a pretty drawing-room, wliere the baronet aud his wife soon I joined her, Lois introduced herself gracefully, and explained that she had come to plead the cause of her son, Dufee, who was gratefully in love with Merle, aud hoped to be favorably received by ber parents. She -went on to mention that she would settle five thousand a year on Duke at hiB marriage. 1 There will gf course be more at my death,' she said, ' But I don't care to give it all up beforehand.' „ ' Certainly not—certainly not, Mrs. Tyrreli,' said Sir Joseph. ' I think yea are acting very handsomely ; but, pt'ihaps you wont be offended if I say tbat we don't consider it a very grand match for our daughter.' ' No V Lois said, coolly. * You see,' said Sir Joseph, ' We have, this morning, received news alters our position a little. Tbroujh some most unexpected deaths I have succeeded to the dukedom of Orr...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1900

TENDERS. TENDERS are invited for the PAINT ING of a Building at Bermagui South occupied by W. Pass. One coat of paint (inside and outside), and successful tenderer to find all material. Tenders close on 27th INST. PETEB WILSON, Cobirgo. TENDERS. TENDEBS are invited for the Grubbing and Clearing of SIX ACRES of the Qiraama Cemetery, also Fencing of the same. Tenders close 28th FEB1UJARY at 12 noon. Specifications and any other in fprmation at Bingland's Stores, Qirnama. JOHN RINGLAND, Hon. See. GOfEIIElT MElTISEIEfiT, Department of Public Worlts, Roads Office, Moruya, 14th February, 1900. TENDERS, addressed to the Clerk of Potty Sessions nt Moruya and en dorsed "TENDER FOR ROAD WORK," will be received up to NOON on FRIDAY, the 23rd February, for works on the follow ing roadsContract No. 27/99-1900, Mul lenderry Lane ; 3'2/99-'900, between Moruya and Bodalla, Main South Coast Road: 81/99-1900, road Milton to Little ForeBt, and 33/99-1900, road Eurobodallato Nerrigundah. Hans and speci...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1900

WEEKLY CALENDAR, i Dove of ihn I Day of | Sun j fun I Moon Week. | Mouth j Risen j f eta | Eises Fbiday 1 Feb 9 j 6 25 | 7 B5 | 8 15 SATUBi'AT | .,10 i 6 26 ; 7 64 ] 4 2 SClfO vt „ *1 1 6 S7 i 7 63 1 4 47 U.ukuat I „ 1! j 5 2S ] 7 62 1 5 25 Tdebdax 1 „ IS { 6 28 I 7 50 | 6 58 Wo»l)i | „ 14 6 sWi 7 49 i 6 29 THOfiSDi* I „ 15 | 5 80 1 7 48 i 7 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1900

COBARGO HOTEL. 2F?JS&YTBlKa AS IT OtTGST TO SB. EXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCED GROOM. t/OBARGO. Proprietor. 2r, T. Seating &«» Wnch pleasure in ■4-vfoTmii]g the residents of COBARGO and Furroundinp D:scr cts that lie hns taken over theaboye well-known Hotnl, and hopes by ■keeping tUe BEST BHANDS of WINES, 'SPIRITS, ALES, etc., to merit a fair •share Of -support. SPECIAL AMiNTTON will be paid to the wants of Commercial and other Travel lers. Coxmodions Sample Booms avaifcble, GOOD RTABLING and a competent Sgroom in attendance. _ J. T. K. begs to announce for the bene fit ;of visitors fiom th« TILBA, NOO 1500MA, BODALLA and NEKUIGDNDAH DISTBICTd that his Hotel possesses nil the comforts of a home, while good horse feed and stabe accommodation ere made epeciali ties el the establishment. SOESE6 & BUGGY FOE.HIRE The Central H°teU BEGA. tJader Revr KEftAsgemeaf. MES. RAFTER BEGS lo remind VISITORS to BEGA that tbey will -find the CENTUM, •offers Speei-.l Aiivauti...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1900

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS A child of Air, Elij ih Horn, of Upper Biogo, died on Thursday from convulsions. . FdidaT the 2nd March (second day of the Sliow) bas been proclaimed a public holiday in the districts of Cobargo, Berniagui and Tilba,. Oub townsman, Mr. P. J. O'Reilly, was sworn as* J.P. bifore Judge Fi!z hardiuge on Tuesday Jasb. We con gratulate Mr. O'Reilly on his appoint ment. Ok Wednesday night Bogs raised aVout £50 as the result of a big patriotic meeting. Aboub a fiver ; rewarded Miss Bitigemaoa for her rendering of the "Abtent-tninded Beggar The Band of Hope entertainment on Wednesday night was giren to a packed house. The thcatrophone was the chief attraction, and the brass band also contributed to the harmony of the evening. A aiOJfSTEK picnic, complimentary to Mr. S. P. Ward, head teacher of the Cobargo public school, will be held ou the Friday next. A smoke concert is to be tendered him at night. | ' Mr. Ward, we understand, will leave j j for Luck now on Saturday. ...

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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 larks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. COBARGO, SATURDAY, Feb 17, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1900

m Ctottitk For the cause that larks assistance, For the isrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good thai tee ca'i do. Cob&bgo,. Saturday, Feb 17, 1900. The Iioei action Conatable Roberts versus William Btot was beard at cho JBnga District Court on Wednesday last. Roberta claimed. £200 an a solatiam for his wounded feelings, while the jury reckoned twenty-one "bob" would about patch up hia injured reputation The case arose out of a number of small paragraphs reflecting on Roberts*' conduct in Cobargo. cul minating in a leading article bahed on the report of a police court case in which- .one Thomas Beadman was charged with using obscene language. Roberts was the only v* ituess iu direct snpport of the prosecution, while the defendant, with two independent wit nesses, flatly denied that the language . was used, and Mr. Shaw a'.so contra dicted Roberts' evidence that he (Shaw) and Mrs. Shaw had complained of the language used in the billiard room....

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MISTAKES IN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 February 1900

MISTAKES IN WAR. It is no taere saying, but an actuat outcome of the experience of war, tbat that general is moBt fortunate who makes the fewest mistakes, and that there are not many generals in the world's history who have not (writes a military expert in the l>a(ly Netkg) at some early stage of their military career made one or two pretty eerioilj ones. Wellington fell into such dis» credit at Berihg&patam that there is no doubt tbat the feeling of the army on the spot about him was that he was only saved from disgrace by the fact i hat he was the brother of the Governor-General. Yet, he had al ready displayed most of the qualities which subsequently made possible his splendid life. He admitted himself that Talavera was a mistake, which could only be excustd by his ignorance of the existing conditions of Spain at the time. .Napoleon went through a regular discipline of failures during his younger days in Corsica, apart from the faofc that he wis repeatedly turned out of...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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LIBEL ACTION. POLICE versus PRESS. HENRY ROBERTS (policeman) sues WILLIAM BOOT, Proprietor and Editor of the COBARGO "Chronicle." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 February 1900

HENRY ROBERTS (policeman) sues WILLIAM BOOT, Pro prietor and SSditdf of the COBARGO " Chronicle." As a great many of our readers have a&ked for a copy of the leader which formed the basis of the Kbel action on the 14th instant, and which plaintiff's counsel put in as evidence at the trial, we reprint same for public informa tion :— On last Friday considerable interest was manifested in the result of a case, Police v, Beadman, The charge was one of obscene language in a public place—a billiard room, Cobargo has had many such cases; but all the others have differed from this one in that the defendants stood self-con fessed, or the proof of guilt on the part of the police was overwhelming; whereas, in Bead man's case, the only evidence in support of the charge (Senior-Constable Kelly's few words had no material bearing on thn case), that of the prosecuting constable, Roberts, was contradicted in every ' particular by two reliable and disin | terested witnesses (exclusive of the...

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CHAPTER. VI [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 February 1900

CHAPTER. VI The DncheBB of Omsh was a very handsome woman. She was tall and dark, and carried herself superbly, and at the age of thirty-sight she was still considered one of the loveliest 'women in London. ■ When Sir Joseph had married her -WXaetj had wondered a Lit. Nothing £3^*j^,wBJB?knt>wn r.hont &liBs Fanner's •Jfem3y,'an'dit was even liin'ed that she _ [had no fortune.. Society -was .quite - ready to sntiri) bu t Lady Trevellia hud no intention of bring s ubV^ed. ■: From the first she seized and kept her place as a personage, and liy the aid of ber great beauty, her audacity, haughtiness, and social gifts, bad for long been one of the great lights of London society, and now that she had become a duchess ber gr.re had no in tention of takinga»y hut a, very pro minent place.\ v. ^ \ To fill in the interval before she might d-»crnlly begin to entertain again, the duchess had decided that' they should all g?ab'r ad. This would ffrve her purpose, and also get Merle out ...

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A Pardonable Sin. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 February 1900

A Pardonable Sin . CHAPTER V. . * They are going to take me awaj,> she said, m a troub'ed tone, 'We are to go to Algiers and I don't know \piierp during th© next six or seven jnonthe, before we settle, down in London. We shan't see one another for ever so long, Duke.' « We't ball, if only you will agree to what IVant,' said the lover, pleadingly. •Darling, won't you? Ton won't ht them take you Way again, will you? Merle, my sweetheart, let us be married, and then we Bhall belong to each other, and no one can part us.' Merie, listened, and hesitated, and agreed. •But how shfli ire jnanageit?' she »s%ed, hall frightened, wjien she had consented. « Ob! Ill manage all that,' said , the you g mpn, confidently. * Don't you trouble your dear little head. Can you trust that girl, Ellen V ' Ye3} I think so.1 I «Then we'll correspond throagh her, darlirg, and I'll let you know how things are ^joing. I'd bttter not be, Been about here for the present, but I'll see that everything is right I...

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 February 1900

The Oleek's OUaf. General Dundonald's force, while engaged at East Chieveley, bad six men wouuded, including Major Churchill. Major Haunay'a brigade of mounted infantry, marched from the Ore.age River to EamdeD, twelve mites over the Free State border. A slight engagement was fought on the 11th instant, in which 4 men were killed, 22 wounded, and 13 are miss ing. General French's cavalry have seized Deckurtsdrifc, 20 miles south east of General Methuen's position, enabling General Tucker's and Gene ral Kenny's divisions to encamp on the east bank of the Beit River. Major Magerdie, of Lord Roberts' force, and one trooper have been -hilled, and two wounded. Lord Roberts describes the operation as a brilliant one. The heat daring the engagement v as excessive, with blindr ing duststorms. Owing to the rapi-> dity of the movement the enemy 'offered only slight resistance. The British losses were very smalt. The 6th Division under General Kelly Kenny has reached "Watewail Drift, north ...

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CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 February 1900

CHAPTER VII. It "wns on a lovely cummer evening J that Metle, standing in her own room, j looked round it to say good-bye men-! tally, for she was on the point of eloping with Duke. Everything was all planned out. There was no fear—so far as she knew —of anything transpiring to stop her flight. Ellen was faithful, and she herself had been most discn ct; and yet the was most unaccountably nervous. Never bad a summer evening seemed so long and dreary befors. The clock seemed to move slower than she had ever known it to do, and at last she could bear it no longer, and Bad pleaded a headache and gone up to bed. She was not to go yet The plan was for her to leave the house at five in the morning. No one would be stirring inside, and outside Duke would he in waiting with a horse and trap. They were to drive to Bridden—a town some twelve miles away—and be married at once. . j She lay down on her bed and fell j into a troubled doze. She could not sleep for a long time, and when at last she ...

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THE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 February 1900

THE PIG MAEKET. Hill Clark Je Co., report:— The fat pig market very, heavily supplied this week with porkers, prices for which have ruled lower throughout. Prime baconers are in demand and selling welL Heavy baconers and bask tatters are still meeting with & re. strictedaale and prices are consequently low. We quote extra prime weighty buck fitters at 37a to 45s, extra prime weighty baconers 32s to 35s, good to prime lighter 32s to 35s, light 26s to 30a, best heavy porkers 22s to 25s, go&d 21s to 22a, light 17s to 20s, others from 12s. o Thff N.S.W. Orioket Association are indignant at the unexpectedly heavy expenses charged by ttite players in the patriotic benefit cricket match.

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 February 1900

OUR TELEGRAMS (From our Sydney Cobbespondknt.) Sydney. Thursday. Bottek, finest creamery and factory 8$d, dairy 7J to 7$d pastry 61 to 7d, lirtuis 7^'l to 9|d, bacon 4fd to 7£d cheese 4|d to 5|d, fowls 2s to 3s 6d, ducks Is 9d 2d 9d, epgs lOd to Is. From the 6 h to 17th instant, twelve new cases of bubonic plague were re ported at Noumea, and five deaths occurred. Five hundred and twenty-four men have been enrolled for the Bushmen's Contingent to date. It in estimated that between thirty and forty thousand persons were pre sent at the Patriotic Sports carnival yesterday. It is anticipated that the Bushmen's and Patriotic Funds will each benefit to the extent of £500. At Melbourne yesterday three per. sons accused on separata charges of murder, were condemned to death. Arrangements have been made with Sir Alfred Milner to cable direct to the Colonial Governments any casual ties among our troops. Jatne Murphy, found guilty of wil ful murder of Cyrus McFarlane near Grafton, has been co...

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A BREAKWATER for BERMAGUI. Meeting of Progress Delegates. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 February 1900

A BREAKWATER for BEEMAGUI. Meeting of Progress Delegates. A meeting of delegates from the various Progress Committees was held at Bermagui on Wednesday la-t for (he purpose of urging the Government to erect a br< skwater on tlie eastern point of Horseshoe Bay. Mr. Finch presided, and there were present:— Messrs. Finch and Adomson (Ber magui), J. H. Orapp and Fattemore (Central Tiiba), W. H. Corkliill (Tilba Tilba), G. Hy.'and and J. Ring land (Quaaraa), and the bon. sec. to the former Conference, Mr. F. Riley. A letter of apology was read from the secretary of the Cobargo Progress Committee, stating that his Com mittee was unable to send a delegate oil account of so many of their mem bers being in Bega attending the Sessions and District Court, but at the same assuring the Conference that his'" Committee was thoroughly in Bccord with the movement. Mr. Riley stated that since the last Con ference he had ceased to be a member of the Bermagui Progress Committee, and would li...

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 February 1900

The Uieek's Via#. Field-Marshal Lord Robsrts bag arrived at Jacobsdal. Major-Oenf-ral French's cavalry division . reached Kimberley on Thursday, the lBtb insfc, The oppoBition to General French's march from Kilp Drift to Kimberley is not mentioned in the reports to hand. There were indications that on Wednesday the main body .fof the Boers were withdrawing from Magersfonteirt, leaving about ] 0,000 men in the tren ches, and holding the strong position in front of General Lord Methueu's Modder River force. Lord Roberts' entire force consists of 50,000 men, In* eluding General French's mounted corps, which is 6000 strong. Genera) French's advance, culminating in the relief of Kimberley, completely sur prised tjie enemy At Repdeval Drift the Britjsh captured si large quantity of cattle-and 2000,'^heep.,. The army responded magnificently <= to Lord Roberts' movement, which involved heavy marching. The British occupa tion of Jacobsdal wus preceded by nu merous skirmishes, duri...

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A VICTORIA CROSS TO N.S. WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 February 1900

A VICTORIA. GROSS TO N.S WALES. "When Troopers Harrison and Morris, of the New South Wales Lancers, were in Dublin, taking part in a tournament, they had their photoa taken together *'for luck.' How far their pleasing little tournament, if such it may be called, avsb justified, recent events show. According to a late message, Trooper Morris, New South Wales Lancer, hailing from Singleton, is to "be rewarded with a Victoria Cross. This will ensure him no end of honor, as well as £52 s year from the War Office (the new regula tion), and another £52 probably, from a certain Australian Insurance Com pany. The gallant deed that has caused him to be so splendidly recom mended has a peculiar connection with the picture episode in -Dublin. During a reconnaisance near Arundel, Trooper Harrison, of Farramatta, had his horae shot under him. His' com. rades, not noticing his mishap, rode swiftly on, and it was not before they had gone four hundred yards that his absence was reported. Quick as t...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 February 1900

OSTOGS SERVICES. Hass celebrated at 8 .30 a.m. «.nd 11.15 ft.ta. *tery ^ Sunday at Cobar^o. rt i liVeuiUB devotion every San day at 7 JW) p.m. P. Keknt. church OTSNQLIUD. 1 February 25—Waudella 11; Qoaama (H.C.) 2.30; < Cobergo 7,30. WE8LETAN February 25—Cobar&o 11; Bermagul 2.30; Central j Til b» 7.30.

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"Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 February 1900

" Evil to him who evil think*.'' THEY SAY: rnvr t lie Transvaal war has been tlie ;nuFe of France and Germany vastly increasing their navies; and That it has prodded the British War Dflice into some sense of the Empire's ianger in not keeping pace with other latiuns in getti' g up-to-date munitions )f war. That the splendid patriotism and lighting qualities of the colonial troops will ensure commissions in tH-s British 4.rniy for Australians and Canadians. That Constable Henry Roberts has eft Cobargo on a three week's hard j sarned holiday. 1 That Bega is the only town on the South Coast whose editors are on the Commission of the Peace—the reward if faithful political service. That Mr. S. P. Ward has spent the best days of his life in Cobargo—four teen years of undivided, highminded md intelligent devotion to duty. That''some of our most regular church-goers should show more piety sind less formal religion. That the late siege of the Chronicle has not yet reduced the staff to eating...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 February 1900

-BEGA A. P- andH. SOCIETY. 23th Anpual Show. vrsDvwkrJ tu. thtosday, l/thfnd 15th, 1900. Coney - £400 ENTOIES CLO^E 1 I On SATURDAY, 3rd MAttflIT at 8 pm. John Undebhili., Secretary. MISS BINLEI WILL ®CEIVE Pu^l#DWcing | iL..iOF,iAJBTS a Oa TjEf^r "SVBKXHa, Hawfc. 6, ] at 9 p.m. TEEMS 10/6 PER QUAETEE T-dbt hbtee ATHLBXgy CLUB. HE Aiii<u §toblio Sleeting of the abovekwb will bo held in the Ly ceum Hall onSATUBDAY BIGHT, 24th DfSTAHT at 8 p.m. . .B, J. LOGAN, Hon. Sec. —CONTINUATION OF— Graves' Great Clearance AUCTION SALE —OF— Dress Staffs liafcs Coats Overcoats Boots Trimmings Tin wore Crockery and Hundreds of otheil Lines Saturday, 3rd March at 2-30- p.m.; AT THE STORE. WILLIBOOT litis received- in- i structions from Mr. Graves to 1 sellas above. NO RESjERVE. Cobargo- Cobargo. IMPORTANT UNRESERVED CLEARANCE SALE 48 Head Choice Milch Cows Poddies, Bull, PigB, Horse, Cart and Harness, &c., &c, 48 Head Choice ftlilch Cows (38 milk ing, balance springing) 1 ...

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