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POLICE versus PEOPLE. SLANDER CASE AT MORUYA. STUBBINGTON sues DANIEL MAGUIRE for £200 Damages. And gets a Verdict against the SENIOR-SERGEANT who has been 42 years in the FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1900

fOUEE nrsro FEW SLANDER CASE AT MORUYAj STUBBIN&TON~flues .DANIEL MAGUIRE for JE200 Mi gets a Verdict against the SENIOR-SERGEANT who has been 42 years ia the FORCE ■ At the iDistrict Court, Moruya, on 19 Ji February, before Judge Filzhsrdingo, Frank Slubbington Bought to recover <£200 for slander against Daniel Maguire, Senior-S-irgeant of Police at -Morula. His Honor suggested that 'the parties ehonld seitle the matter but this could not be done, and the case was proceeded with. The following ■evidence is taken from the ' Mt>ruya ■Examiner Frank Btubbington, plaiotifi, de posed : Am a laborer residing In Moruya, where he has been about 'eighteen ir.onthe. Know Sergeant; 3Mai>nire. On the 26th Decernb- r, 1899, at about 8.30 p.m. I wm in com-, pany with Albert Ziegler. Walking •along we arrived at the comer near the ^Courthouse. He remarked to Ziegler lie was tired, and we eat down upon the carbstones. Abe Louttit joined us •'shortly after. After about ten ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1900

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Days of ili9 I Day of | Pun | Kun | 51 con Week. | Month j Rises | i-e'.s | Kiues Fhidat | Feb 23 | 5 37 | 6 41 | 11 49 SATUR'iA* 1 „ 24 | 5 38 I C 40 | A.M. SDSDA* i „ 25 j 6 39 j 6 88 112 48 Mosdat j „ 26] 6 40 | 6 37 j 151 TDB8DAY i „ 27| 6 41 | 0 3flj 2 5S W'ONHeD'r i „ 68 5t42 j 6 34 i 4 9 THtWIBDAT I Mch 11 6 43 i 6 33 I 5 21

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1900

COBARGO HOTEL. ttraSTTBING A6 H OUGHT TO SB. -EXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCED CROOM. m ornsE hotel, COBARGO. T.t.bbatem» Proprietor. j. T. Keating ^68 much pleasure in ti forming ibe residents of COBARGO and Surrounding DittrctB that he has taken over the above well-known Hotel, and hopes by keeping the BBST BRANDS of WINES, 8PJBITS, ALES, etc., to merit a fair *5nare of support. SPECIAL A7TENTION will be paid to the wante of Commercial and other Travel lers. Commodious Sample Booms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent 4>rooin in attendance. J. T. K. begs to annonnce for the bene %t of visitors from the TIM A, NOO «OOMA. BODALLA and NERHIGUNDAH DISTRICTS tfaat'h'e Hotel possesses all the comforts of a home, while good horse feed and stabe accommodation are made speciali ties ef the establishment. "HORSES & BUGGY FOR HIRE. The Cefct**alH°tel, BEGA. - VaA&s Hew Management. MRS. RAFTER BEGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA that they will find the CENTKAL 'ofEers Ppeci-...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1900

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Extkies for the Bega Show close at 8 p.m. to-day. „ Sales of Crown Lands will be held as follows:—Bega, March 7th and" 21st. Momya, March 21 sb. . We have to acknowledge the cour tesy of the Secretary Bega A. P. & H. Society in sending as a complimentary ticket for the Show. At a'meeting of the parishioners of : Christ Church held on Tuesday last, Mr. Betts of Goulburn was elected lay representative to the Synod for the Cobargo Parish. • Says the Bega .Standard, " During an alleged quarrel in. a boarding house at Spring Hill . "Brisbane, a man named Hill threw a stone jag at Edward Bore, striking him on the cheek, death being instantaneous." If this be only the reBiilt of Mr. Hilt's humor, he must be really, dangerous when he means liusi •ness. Sampson with a jawbone 16 only . a circumstance to Hill with a jug. . Think Heaven he is not with the Boers. Pahiiotism, says J- atbaiiiel Webster | 's !oie cf onus cnui.uy ; the pas*:cu i which aims to serve on...

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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, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1900

%\t €tanirk ' -For the cause that lacks assistance, ' For the wrongs that need, remtance, \ For the future in the distance, j And the good thai tee can do. ! Oobargo, SatOeday, Mabch 3, 1900. j Thb Show for 1000 has come and gone ; and, as we predicted last week, baa not only proved a success, but iD excellence has equalled auy of its pre decessors. Perhaps there have been one or two years when the exhibits— ■except the cattle—have been morn numerous; but for number, combined with quality, this year's Show is Acknowledged to have been the best of the ten held under the auspices of the Society. The competition in the majority of sections was keener, and the quality more uniform. The. in ferior exhibits ef successive Shows, being out-distanced in the fight, are naturally weeded out, and exhibitors know better what they have to meet, and make every effort to catch the judge's eye. And this is natural—as it should be—and. moreover) proves that the Society is doing the good work for whic...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 March 1900

MISCELLANEOUS The railways -of Great Britain give employment to 900;000 people. A needle factory in Redditch mates 70,000,000 needles every week. The British Empire has upwards of 346,000,000 of inhabitants, of whom only '38,000,000 live in the United Kingdom. It is proposed to rdiue 10,000,000 francs to restore the old palace of :the popes at Avignon, now usid as a French barracks. The hotel del Coromdo, of San Diago, California, claims to be the largest hotel in the world, It's area of ground is twenty acres, the area of building five acres, The total floor area of the hotel is 4i acres and capacity of reseryojrs, 150,000 gal lons ; the area of dining-rooms, 10,000 square feet. The time ' required ' for a journey round the earth by'a man walking day and night, without resting, would be 421 days: an express train 40 days; sound, at a medium temperature, 32£ hours ; a cannon ball, 21J hours; light a little over one-tentii of a second ; and electricity passing over a copper wire a li...

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ENGLAND AND AMERICA. Our Friends and Our Enemies. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 March 1900

ENGLAND AND AMERICA, Our Friends and Our Enemies The New York Times of December 19 contains a remarkable article entitled ' England's enemies and England's friends," which is all the more signifi cant bb the journal-bad previously ex pressed itself as not in sympathy with the policy that led up to the present war. It was only the British reverses that have caused it to take this strong stand in favor of England. The press of the Continental countries and the street crowds of iheir capitals openly rejoice at the reverses England has suffered in South Africa. Their sym pathies are not with her. They pray for the triumph of the Boers. Thsy want to see England humbled, and her great influence in European politics diminished. Jf she were altogether effaced as a world power, there would be tumultuous demonstrations of glee in the cafes of Paris, Berlin, and Vienna, where public opinion is so readily formulated and manif?tted; and a. feeling of deep satisfaction would prevail in the courts...

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CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 March 1900

CHAPTER Yin. 3)uke went straight home, bent on de manding an explanation ' from his mother. ■ ' He fomid Lois alone in the charm - ■ ing sitting-room which she used in the '■' inornidga, and broached the subject feffe.-onee in his headlong, impulsive ^fiyrfriri . he began, throwing bim self down beside lier on a low couch, ' I've had an awful time of it this morning.' 1 What's the matter?' Lois asked, tnrning to look at his troubled face. ' Wliy, I've been drying lo' elopp, and couldu't manage it,' he said, try ing to speak lightly. '-Trying to elope,' echoed Lois, in a strange tone. ' Willi whom, pray"?' ' With whom do you suppose ? Do you think I forget so lightly V Duke retorted. " ' With Lady Merle then, I suppose T Lois asked, coldly. ' Yea; I didn't tell you, little mother, because I didn't want to in volve you in any trouble there might be with the ducal couple, bui I knew you sympathised with us, and I was looking to you to help me afterwards.' • Well, well ! Get on I What b...

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A Pardonable Sin. CHAPTER VTI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 March 1900

A Pardonable Bin. CHAPTER VTI. '^Tfce clergyman aiat come ypt,' re turned the pew opener with another ingratiating suiile. ' But he won't be long.' Duke repressed a groan. Every, moment was so precious 3 The two walked up to the top of the church -and waited in nervous silence. In a few moments a light-haired young curate appeared who bore visible marks of hnrry and late rising about his person and dresB as -he hur ried up the stele. '"Sorry I'm late,' he said, addretsing Duke wilh a nervous smile as he drew out his handkerchief and wip'.d his perspiring forehead.' 'I won't be a minute slipping into my surplice. He vanished into the veBtry, and the couple heard sounds of banging and shutting of doors, and Resent ly lie reappeared at the alter rails, and Duke And Meile went up and knelt down. - Tiisn the curate began the ser ■vica. * Dearly beloved, we are .gathered together—' And then he stopped as a handsome, mtddle-age9 couple came hastily up the aisle towards him. • How far hare ...

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THE BOOM OF BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 March 1900

THE BOOM OF BATTLE. The heroic side of warfare is that on which, not unnaturally, the special correspondents love to dwell in the public prints. In their private letters to their friends they lift aside the veil a little to disclose the awful side of battle. The following description of the writer's experience and feelings in battle is contained in a private letter from one of the Daily News war -cor respondents':—" As regards my own feelings in a fight it is very hard to describe; I know when the thing is all over and I am all right. I feel much happier. Any man who -has been is a modern fight, where men are being knocked over all around, and says he likes it, is« liar. In former days it must have been different. The enemy could be seen, the smoke could be seen, and the rifle had to be 'reloaded after every shot. At 1000yds. you were in comparative safety. The in fantry, after receiving one volley, could charge, knowing that until the enemy had loaded again each man was practically...

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An Unwarranted Imputation. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 March 1900

An Unwarranted Imputation Is the course cf a sermon at St. Pat rick's'Church, Albury, Father O'Sulli van is reported (o have referred to the charges of disloyalty against the mem bers of the Catholic Clmrch, lay and . ileric, and particularly against Catho lics o£ Irish nationality. These clmrgro he characterised as being the outcome; of gross ignorance and vile bigotry. Any impartial rfeader of the history of the extension of the British Empire must concede that the sons of Erin in' the past and at the present lime con stituted to a large extent the backbone of the British army. The history of that army was a record of It ish loyalty anil valor. Jn Australia, the grandest and freest country on the earth, Roman Catholics had no cause to complain of British rule. There is no doubt that the reverend gentleman has a substan tial cause of complaint, for every loyal British subject, whatever his parentage or descent, will sympathise 'with the Irish branch of the race in regard to the sti...

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MILKING CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 March 1900

MILHM CONTEST The following is the result of tbe Milking Contest) at Cobargo Show, March 1st and 2nd, 1900 :— Name Quantity lbs | Test 1 Batter yield, OZfl. T. O'ifeara 'e G. Smith's E. Donaldson's J. Boyd's ... ... J. Boyd's C. Parbery's ... ... T. O'Meara's 26 23*8 21-5J 18-6 11 m 13*2 3*6 32 3' 4*3 5' 3-6 3-3 16,37 13-14 1M6 10*28 9-9 &82 7'9? Mr. 0'M.eara thus wins the Society's prize, the N.S.W. Creamery Co's special £2 2s, and Mr. T. Kennelly's Cup. Mr. Smith wins second prize £1, and Mr. Boyd Mr. E. Graham's special, £ I Is, for highest test.

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 March 1900

OUR TELEGRAMS (Fkom oor Sydney Cokuespondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Butter, creamery and factory 8|d, dairy 7d to 7|d, chceee 4£d to 7%d, hatriB 7£ to 9£, fowls -2s to 3b, ducks 2s to 2/9. Splendid rains have fallen in all parts of the colony specially in the drought stricken country. The steamers Britannia and J Salamis, sailing yesterday took 4170 boxes of butter.from Sydney. A 'terrible Buicide1 took jlace early: this morning. A man "flamed Henry Tillyer in the presence of another lodger, cut his threat with a razor, al most severing the. trunk from the head, death being instantaneous, Another big fire occurred at Mel bourne yesternight, Gresham Buil dings occupied by several warehouse-' men were much damaged, the loss being; estimated at £10,000, The Victorian Parliamentary Oricket team defeated N.S.W. by 17-9 runs. London Thursday. Barton an9 Dea&m will probably be examined at the 'bar of the House of Commons with reference to Federa i tion. In a -colliery explosion at Vir...

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THE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 March 1900

THE Pia MARKET. Hill Clark &, Co., report:— Fat pig market heavily supplied this week, the bulk consisting of porkers, prices lor which were lower, especially noticeable in the light sorts. Baconcra were again in strong demand and sold well. We quote extra prime weighty back'fetters 85b to 40s, extra prime weighty baconer8 32a to 39s, good to prime lighter 32s to 36s, light 25s to 30s, best heavy porkers 21s to 23, good 19s to 21s, light 15s to 18s, others 10s to 14s, according to weight and quality. We sold over 300. It may be said truly of the new Com" mauder-in-Chief in South Africa that if he enjoys the distinction of being the shortest General in the British army, he can also claim (outside Royalty, to possessing the longest list of degrees. Officially, ' Bobs' is Baron Roberts of Kandaliar and Waterford, PC., K.P., O.O.B., (J.C.S.I., G.O.I.E., T.O., D.L.O., LL D. He became 'Dr. Roberts of Dublin' nearly twenty years ago. The export' of butter from New Zealand this seas...

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 March 1900

The tUeek's GUaf. ■DSTitttEa) accounts to hand show that 'General Boiler's victory at Pieters'hill 'was only frOn-'after a most determined Btrnggle. It 'had, 'however, the im 'mediate effect of compelling the enrmy 'to raise'the siege of Ladysnii:b. THfe (Boer position was very strong. >L-irge 'boulders^flheltered the trericbeB'on the' llek leacling to Pieters'-hill, and the 'enfitliy, as-usual, took fullest ad vantage 'of the splendid cover. Hiving deter-, 'mined upon the assault, "General Bul ler'first direoted his artillery to search the hill add Nek with a scathing fire. 'This order was obeyed'most effectively, ■no less than 95 guns showering lyd 'dite and 'other-shells on the Boer posi-' tion. The unfortunate 'wounded were fellow from the -effect of the terrible lyddite rfumes, and the British infan try, advancing in three simultaneous "asBaulte, felt the effects 'Of t-he explo sive. The ®oers displayed desperate; -courage, and stuck doggedly to their trenches on the Nek unt...

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"Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 March 1900

" Evil to him mho evil thiiiki." THEY SAY-: That Mr. C."Bland as sole jticlge o£ poultry at the Show gave souie of the exhibitors indisputable reasons -for hiB awards; and That in this respect he afforded a practical instance of the advantages of single and open judging; and That his-extensive expert "knowledge vaa a revelation to some of our local wiseacres. That the Doctor's special for bareback riding rivalled the popular hunting contest in attractiveness; and That in order to sustain interest in our Shows Buch attractive contests must be in cluded ill the schedule. That the insufficiency of seating accota modaton on the slope overlooking the Show ring was never more apparent than on Friday last. That a true-born Britisher, in a local hotel bar the other night contributed much to the solidarity of the Umpire by his anti Boer ultimatum—all within range of his eye swore undying loyalty to the Union Jack. That the Psyche-Counterpoint dispute over the Bermagui big money will come be ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 March 1900

OEUHOH SEHVIOES. Tvivtus bkrvices will be conducted in the district J-J us follows:— ROMAN GATffOUC* 4&1SS celebrated at 8:30 a.m. anH 11.15 a.m. erery • Sunday at Co"bar^o. A _ Evening devotion every S mi day at 7.30 p.m. CHURCH or EMGLAKD. Sektices conducted st Birr. F. BsrAW, B.A March 11—Cobargo II; Quaama 2.30;. Cobargo 7.30. WESLETAN ^ ^ , "March 11—Cobargo 11; Bermagw 2,30 j Central TiJba 7.30.' M. "W AXXEH.

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 March 1900

The tUeek's Ufoj*. Ceonjk's laager was in ft state olf horrible pollution. The Boers we!-' comed'their deliverance by the arrival of the British and Cronje's surrender. The trenches were real underground dwellings. Twelve British prisoners were found there, pfoperly -sheltered andkindly treated. WhenGeneral Bul ler entered Xadysmith, the garrison was living on horses and 'ifatues, half a pound o£ meat per day, an'd was is an appalling state. At the bom bardment and capture of Pieters "Hill the conflict was terrific. The Boere were bayoneted, the engagement being the most desperate incident of the campaign. The relief of Ladysmith caused the greatest excitement through out England. Cells were rung 'and the streets were crowded. There was also great cheering on the Stock Ex change Private letters from soldiers state that during the engagement at Spiou Kop, a provision convoy passed into Ladysniitli. Gsneral Buller re ports that the Ladysmith garrison will, require but little nursing b...

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A. G. TAYLOR. An Appreciation. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 March 1900

A. Of. TAYLOR An Appreciation. br "w.b.o. in "Truth," Tb® news of the death of Mr. A. G. Taylor-—for several years the most: brilliant and promising of the young generation of legislators in the Sydney Parliament—will be deceived with the deepest sjmouthy by all **ho were' ass -ciated with New South Wales in the early I'ft'f of the "eighths," and to kuow tint he diid in Cnllan Farlc Lunatic Asylum wiil arouse pity that so gifted an orator and so witty and pungent a debater has come to such an end. As a mere boy he was connected with D;in Mayne's well known Ba thurst "Sentinel,"" and distinguished himself by the authorship cf at once the most scathing aud humorous con tributions to that eminently scathing and humorous journal. On the pass iug of the new Elect oial Act in 1880, when Taylor was about 22 years o'd, he came out without preparation or money to oppose one of the stiougest men in "the Muflgee Electorate. His very first fpeoch+tetamped him as a peculiarly gifted master &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 March 1900

REWARD* GST on Showground second day— Gentleman's GOLD KING. Reward on delivery to ■M, ■& J. O'EeixlY. Oobargo SCHOOL OF ARTS. A MEETING of the members <St the above will be held on TUESDAY next, 13th instant, at 8 p.m. Business— To £11 the vacancy caused by the resigna tion of-Mr. S. P. Ward, (hon. treasurer). X. KENTSTELLY, Bon. Sec. Saturday? 17 th Instant. AT GRAHAM'S YARDS. 1 PAIR WAGGOSETTE SOSSES. M& J. O REILLY are instructed by • Mr. F. J. Moon to sell by public auction <iie above. REV. F. BEVAN, WILL LECTURE oH the War, (Assisted by Magic Lantern with New Slides) AS FOLLOY76 i QUAAlSA, Friday, 9th Inst, at 7-30 BEBHAGUI, Taesday. 13th, at 7.30. TILBA, Wednesday, 14th.it 7.30 p.m. EEV. G. SOARES, Rector. NOTICE. IT is required that ALIj ACCOUNTS due to me in connection with the Stallion, MmrladlChlef, shall be paid on or before 31st INSTAJfT. JA3.1ES COMAN, I.S.N.^CO. Easter Excursions. A LOOK TICKETS at a Single Fare for Double Journey...

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