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"Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 March 1900

" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: That the fact of the Americans tendering' for the English War loan of ,£30.000,OOt) three times over, is powerful evidence of the attachmelit existing between the two greatest nations on earth; and That confidence in England's marvellous wealth and national stability is shown in the stock being already quoted at a high premium. That the Queen's spontaneous visit to ! Ireland will do more to heal old sores and create and cement confidence between the two countries than a library of Acts of Par liament. j That it is hoped the absence of a vote of . thanks to the Chairman at Mr. Lance's lec ture will not be taken as the actual ap praisement of services rendered; and That the singing of the National Anthem ! would have^jcen a greater success had it commenced before a portion of the audience had left. That the Federal delegates in England will be the lions of the season. 1 That £39,375 given for the racehorse Flying Fox is a record for a " gee ge...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 March 1900

OUR TELEGRAMS. (From oob Sidney Correspondent.) ' ' Sydney, Thursday. Butter, creamery and factory 8d to 9d, dairy 7d to 7Jd, eggs la to Is 3d, bacon 4fd to 7^-d, hams 7|d to 9Jd, cheese 4|d to 5fd, poultry, chickens la 6d to Is 9d, fowls 2s to 3s, ducks 2s to 2s 9cL When the troopship Maplemore 'was a few miles from Freemantle one of the N.S.W. contingent was placed on a tug in charge of the water policc for disorderly conduct. Ho will be handed over to the military authorities. A smallpox patient was. landed at Perth from the steamer India. The convalescent: passengers will be released from quarantine on Friday. A young man named Berg was blown to pieces by an explosion in the Junction Mine at Broken Hill. The Board of Health has decided to isolate all plague patients at the quarantine elation instead of erecting a separate hospital. Dr. Ashburton Thompson says the epidemic will probably drag oil for two-thirds of the year, dying for a time, but reviving again with the new generat...

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The Verdict of the Populace. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 March 1900

The Verdict of the Populace The present war lias been bungled. The public says so, and of course the public has so many opportunities of knowing. It has .been bungled be cause it has been associated -with failure. Had everything resulted suc cessfully, then the bungle would have been on the side of the Boers. Buller has done nothing but bungleRoberts, on the other hand, has been a gigantic success. Had Roberts been in Buller's place, and found the Natal country north of the Tugela impossible, he wouldn't have been a success at all; also, Buller operating on the high veldt in the O.F. State would have been the greatest genera! the world has seen. Public opinion is the cheapest thing going, and judges individuals as it does communities, by their successes or failures. One thing that is interest ing in regard to the hostile criticism levelled at the War Office, and some of the Generals, over the present difficulty is that it was always the same in all other difficulties. When William I...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 March 1900

MISCELLANEOUS. Her Majesty the Queen has ordered all tanks of the Irish regiments to, in future, on St. Patrick's Day. wear a sprig of shamrock in their head dress to commemorate the gallantry of the Irish regiments in South Africa. The Queen, at her own desire, will visit Ireland early in April, and reside at the Vice-Regal Lodge, Phoenix Park, Dublin. Her Majesty's visit is hailed with enthusiasm by all classes of the Irish nation, as a tri bute to the soldiers' valour, and her sympathy with the families of the killed and wounded. The visit will be of a private character, and without political complexion. The ratio of suicides in Paris for every million of inhabitants averages 402, while in London it is eighty Beven ODly, and in Naples thirty-four. The bicycle was need as an instru ment of torture by the late Sultan of Morocco. If any of his wives had the misfortune to ~offend him they were compelled to ride round a track in the palace garden; and, not being .^xperta in the art of...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 March 1900

WEEKLY CALENDAR. I "f 'I"-' I ni 1 . '«Vpk, | Alontli j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 March 1900

COBARGO HOTEL. •jrvsatraim as it ought to be. extensive 8tablinc. experienced groom. JPOST Mi HOTEL, COBARGO. f. T. KBAVEXraf Proprietor. J. T. Keating has much pleasure in informing the rosidonts of COBARGO and Snrrcunding Dicer ctB that he has taken over the above well-known Hotel, and hopes by keeping the BEST BRANDS of WINES, 6PIR1TK, ALEB, etc., to merit a fair share of support. Special aitention wih be paid to the wants of Commercial and other Travel' fere. Commodious Sample Booms available, GOOD STABLING and a competent groom in attendance. J. T. K. begs to annonnce for the bene Bt of visitors from Iho T1LBA, NOO EOOMA.' BODAIiLA and NEKBIGUNDAH DISTRICTS that his Hotel possesses nil the comforts of a home, -while good horse feed and stabe accommodation are made speciali ties cf the establishment. - HORSES & BUGGY FOB HIRE The Central Hotel, BEGA, ^tF&des Hew Maasgem«at. MRS. RAFTER BEGS to remind VISITORS to BKGA that they will find the CENTRAL cfieraSpeciil ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 March 1900

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS . The people of the. Murrah and Bermagui Districts are signing a peti tion to the Department praying for the erection of a bridge over the Mur rah River. ' ■ Aft-enthusiastic public meeting was held at Bermagui in the School of Arte on Friday evening last to con-i •s'der what steps should be taken to raise a local contribution to the N:S.W. Patriotic Fund. Mr. W. A. ; Pasa was ca'led to the chair, and briefly procjaimed the object for which theyliad met. Other 'speakers were Messrs. A. Lake, F. Riley, J. Morrison, F-. Adamson, W. Phillips ■and C. Jaggara. . After a general dis-. eusnion it vras decided that Patriotic Fand lists be openedr«nd that a con cert and ball b<? hr:ld on" Friday,- 33rd inntaot. A«wv-:king. committee yie&, fQrmed-to'.carr'f^ui Ac proposats;:*.-.~-i Rev. F. Bevan, of Bega, conducted morning and evening gcrY:cos in I Christ church on Sunday. Largo con gregations attended. On Thursday last Mrs. Sullivan died at tbo resid...

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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, MARCH 16, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 March 1900

For the cause thai lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future k the distance, And the good that ice ca'i do. Oobaego, Friday, Mabcii 16, 1900. Aj.*ti-Bbitishees—who are genrally ill-informed, and whose solo argu ment appears to be an implacable hatred to England—were much in evi dence where the fates in the Transvaal war (to them) seemed much against British arms. They knew little or nothing about the long negotiations which, on tho part of -England at all" events, were conducted with the great est good faith ; but; as events /how j prove, the samo cannot be said of' Kriiger and party, for they undoub tedly just used the time in putting the finishing touches on the elaborate war J preparations vhieh had evidently been in progress for many years, culmina ting in Kruger's ultimatum and the simultaneous invasion of British terri tojy by the Boers. Certainly a great many of England's enemies have now generously admitted these two facts, but thbre are still a f...

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WHAT SHOULD BE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 March 1900

WEM! SHOULD BE DONE. T6e magnificent .patriotism which i& being displayed throughout Australia and New Zealand cannot fail to have the effect of convincing Great Britain, as well as the various 'Continental j nations, of the genuine loyally fco the moth,t country that permeates the i Australian people. From tropics^ 1 Queensland to balmy Tasmania -ft spirit of emulation has entered into the colonists, and one and all may 'be said to have lent their united aid in raising funds to assist those who majr be sufferers by the war, and 'in pro viding the means for sending a body of men, such as the Australian Bush men, who will be thoroughly typical of the land from which they fcbmfe. We venture to affirm that when the bushmen leave our shores the send-off they will receive will be one never to be forgotten, and we are 'equally •cow fidenfc that the same remark will apply to the reception the wily Boer will receive at their hands. Therfe can be no doubt that a body of men possessed...

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CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 March 1900

CHAPTER XII. Merle drooped bo visibly after the departure of Sir Charles that the ducheBS thought it wise to take her abroad again, so they all went to the' Riviera and stayed until spring had began. Thej 'had intended to go to Nice for the carnival, and then return home, but their return was accel orated in a very unexpected way. One morning the Duke got a letter which caused him to turn first very { red and angry, and then very cold and bitter. ' There's a nice thing here,' he re-j marked ironically, as he looked up at' his wife and daughter over the letter. ! ' Leadham, the lawyer, writes to say thit there's a'new claimant to the] dukedom.' j ' Which dukedom 7 tfee -duchess asked, not understanding. j ' Why, this dukedom—my dukedom,' ] said the duke, irritably. ' Leadham ■ says we'd better come back at once. The thing's very serious, and he's | afraid this—this fellow,' with an evi. dent inclination to use a strong epithet, 'is the rightful Duke.' But who is he?' questioned the d...

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A Pardonable Sin. CHAPTER XI. "Merle, may I speak to you?" [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 March 1900

A Pardonable Sin. CSATPTER XT. H Merle, may I speak to you ?' She started up and faced ttiai, (lie colour flushing'her'pallid if aco, aod, for <*n instant, he saw in her lovely eyes the look be bad longed for and dreamed «f all these weary months. fie caught her to him with an irre-' jpresgible cry of rapture. ' Merle, my darling! my little love ! What have they done to you 1 You are worn to a shadow. So thin—so; changed 4 Oh, "Merle, you love me «tfll. . You have felt our parting aa I have? My darling! tuy darling J' , For an instant she lay pissrve inliis arms, and he held her soft, warm young beauty in his eager clasp, and 4hen she released herself and pushed away. 'You should not; you hod no right,' she said, brokenly. ' It was not fair to come upon me so.' 'I am sorry,' he said, "humbly, seeing how agitated she was, and how white she had grown. ' But I have longed bo to soejou all these weary months, this was the only place in which I could see you. Merle, ia it aill...

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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 March 1900

THE BANQUET. The banquet tendered the Minuter and parly oil the evening of the second day of the Show was well attended, every available Beat being occupied. Our representative was courteously presented villi a complimentary ticket. The Mayor, Alderman Bland, occupied the chair and on his right sac the guest of the evening, the Hon. £. W. O'Sullivan, Minister for Worts,< while Mt. H. Clarke M..F. was provi ded with a chair on the left. Mr. Austin Chapman, member for Braid wood was also'present. Mr. H. O. T Cowdroy, JVP-, filled the vice-chair. The Sega Band, on the stage, played a ' series of appropriate airs during the evening. Daring the early part of the proceedings the chairman read a te'e gram announcing Field Marshall Lord Roberts' entry into Bloemfonttin. The' news was receivrd with deafening cheers the band following with a ren_ dilion of the inspiriting and niartia air " Soldiers of the Queen." The toast list was opened by the chairman with " the Queen," which wa...

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VISIT OF THE MINISTER FOR WORKS TO BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 March 1900

VISIT OF THE MINISTER FOR WORKS TO BEGA. The Bega Show of 1900 was mide memorable by'tlio vi-it of the Minister for Works, tins Hen. E. \V. O'Sull'.van, and if that gentleman's promisf g ui&y be regarded with more conGdeuce than 'can general'y be attached to such, utterances, then it is likely Bega will reap some substantial gain from the. visit. Not that we think for one J moment 'that Ministers, as a ruin, make tlu'ir promises iu any spirit of I insincerity, but that rather the money available in the Tr aeury b:-ars a small ratio to tho large crop of promises j male. Anyhow, it would bo the height of imprudence on the part of; any Minister to point-blank refuse any' reqr.PBf. At the same time, we really think that Mr. O'dullivan intends to strain every nerve to meet Bega's reasonable demands as sot out in the,: deputation of the VigilaaceOommittee which waited on him on the 15th instant. In the morning the Minister was driven to Tathra, in order that he might personally se...

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COBARGO POLICE COURT. Friday, 16th March. (Before Messrs F.B. Hales, P.M., and F. G. Roberts. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 March 1900

, ,1 .. — COBA.EGO POLICE COURT. I Friday, loLli Mircli. ^Buforc'Messrs I*1. 1$. lliles, P.M., anJ F. G. Koborta. J.l') The adjourned cafe James Mead *'• llo ert* Blacka-for the unlawful deten tion of >i i'Ur yea rod red cow, bran te'JWM on the ribs, as*1"1 fa'"e I,fif0re the Bench «>-.d th<? evidence takfn o.i tlie 16th February was read as f, ISows ~ 1 James W. Mevd deposed: Am a j fanner r.nd reside at O'lolagolite. _' own <-i red cow branded with my re^is I tared bvmd JWH. I produce the Sn^ncL it corresponds with the tjrand ®iven in the information. The cow is no's in possession of the ^fendan DUcka. I demanded possession of liei about 51st last m >ntb, it was refuse). I roared the cow. I know hsr apart f.-cni the brand. ■ I sUl haw the mother of the cow, I owned the fattier too Flie resembles the bull a-_u -n<; mother only in the rump. She n about 4 years old. I value her at M The brand is on the ribs. I always brand on the ribs, all ru...

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

, OUR TELEGRAMS- r (Fhom oun Sydney CobbespoSdent.) Sydney, Thursday. ■Butter : Creamery and factory 8|d to 9d, dair/ 7d to 7§d, cheese 5d to 5f-d, bacon 4|rl to 7£d, hams 7id to 9id, egga Is to Is 3d, 'fowls 3s to 3s Cd5 ducks -Sd-fcd to'Ss, Splendid Tains feli "yesterday; throughout almost the -whole colony' excepting the north-eastern and'north- , western corners. There is great jubi lation in the Riverina districts. Another case of bubonic plague has' occurred at Baliuain, the victim being' la young man named Fleming. A great panic -set in yesterday at the Soard of Health Office, the place being rushed 'by thousands of men and' women who were anxious to be inocu lated. The police were telephoned for' to assist in regulating the traffic and the crush. The plague patients Pep per and 'Leaton have bofli died in quarantine. A panic has set'in among the Sus 6ex--s'treet customers owing to the evi-. dence that the locality is the chief seat of the outbreak: Trade is almost at a stands...

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WEDNESDAY 21ST MARCH. (Before Messrs. F. G. Roberts and H.Street J's. P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 March 1900

Wednesday 21st Mauch." (Before Messrs. F. G. Roberts and H". Street J's. P.} T. J. Tarlinton v. J. W. Wliiffen, Stealing five gallons of butter milk. Senior Constable Kelly deposed : Am a Senior Constable stationed at Cobargo, The depositions just read, given by me yesterday are correct. At tlie time I arrested the accused he was driving a horse and cart. The latter contained five cans. Previous to arrest the accused, pointed out the can the milk he took was in. Accused said he knew it was Mr. Tarlinton's milk. After I brought the accused to the station I took a bottle of milk from the can which accused had pointed out and which I now produce. The five cans in the cart were full. - T. J. Tarlinton deposed: Am a dairy farmer and reside at Cobargo. 1 know the accused. I bought by tender the right of the butter milk about three years ago. I have a separate tank for keeping the butter milk. No person besides myself or my men have any right to take the butter milk. I saw him take butter ...

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

" Evil to him who evil'thiriki." • THEY SAY: That outside her colonies and Canada Great -Britain has -testified many offers of soldiers.. That the chances of any foreign power "poking its nose -into the Empire's own grievance in South Africa, are growing re moter every day. 'That the Eubseriptioirof iBOO.OSWWO for. "Great Britain's -War'Loan of ,£30,06010bG -is'i :an eloquent' tribute of-loyalty and faitli in the Empire; and ,j That this (Svidefiee of amrifririg wealth ancl' the mimefous'offerE of soldiers have Had a salutary effect on'tlie "nations "who are al Troys -fcn the look-out for a chance to harass ■Great Britain. That ti e British Cabinet's dignified and "firm determination to brook no bounce from ■any (juarter is m'agniiicejifc. That Ataerica's offer to England to tisaiet :in any peace negotiations—politely de •clihed—dcea credit to'that mighty nation's : magnanimity and firm 'friendship to the British Empire. 'That the British Government is ■anxious Ho make,6time amendme...

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

osrace ssbvioes. 3"Vvi?fii ar.RVicKS will be coaductod iu tlio district ui follows BOaAN catuolic, Jtbvi <*1«!br&t«d at 8.30 ttin. unA 11.15 a.m. ©very Sunday at Co1»uivo. Kwitin" duvgrion cvm-j- Sunday at 7.3d p.m. V. KfcSNT. CHOBCB of ettdlahd. jjfarch 25—Tilba 11 j Bcrmasui 2.30;'Coban?o 7.30. O. &OAH12B, wesletan starch 24—Cobargo 21 j Wundelia 2,30* Centra! • Tilba and Quaama 7'30. Walker.

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THE PIG MARKET, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 March 1900

THE PIG MARKET, Hill Clark & Co., report:— Fat pig market well supplied. Me dinm weight baconera continue very firm, and in good demaud, with excel lent prospects. Porkers fairly firm, heavy baconers and back fatters still slack. We quote prime weighty back fatters 35s to 40s,' prime weighty baeoners 33s to 36s, good to prime 31s to 36s, light 26s to 31b, best heavy porkers 22s to 25s, good to light 15s to ISs, others from J 2s upwards according to weight and quality. Sydney hotelkeepers assert that Hie Early Closing' Act has very materially interfered with their weekly receipts. Andrew (Wnegie contends that •the man-who tlies rioh dies disgraced,' and he is now making provision for the distribution of his millions. He was formerly a -weaver's apprentice,' : On January 1st, 1900, Andrew Carnegie entered into the unencum bered possession of a fortune estimated at between .^25,000,000 unit £40,000, 000. Annual income £2,000,000 sterling. Minister O'Sullivan is now the ultra-lo...

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

. —CONTINUATION OF— Graves' Great Clearance AUCTION SALE —OF— " -Drees Stuffs Hats ' 'Coats bvercotite Boots Trimmings 'Tinware •Crockery an3 '"HundredB oI other Linte I Saturday 24th March AT 2 O'CLOCK. •&.T THE S150EJS. - - »m/iliLIAM BOOT 1«b received in w\ ,'fitrucfcions -from-itr." Graves to Bellas above. MO RESERVE. il ' ' ■ ' ' Whyman and Brooks, COACH AND BUGGY BUILDERS, BBfli a Speciality. If. Sravea is Soing tojCeave rm pjstjuct, But must Clear Every Line before Leaving, and in order to do this he is selling GOODS BELLOW COST. MR. GRAVES' LEASE EXPIRES NEXT MONTH, and the decks mast be cleared before that date. Look at the Tartaric Acid 2s lb Citric Acid 2s lb "Nutmegs 2s lb 'Whiting lGlbs for '1b •Root Ginger lid lb Linseed Meal 3d Linseed id Cloves 9d Mace 2s 9d Carraway Seeds 9d Prices"? Table Jelly Tablets Id Pott-d Anchovies 5d tin Vermicilli in lib boxes'6a Freccli Capers 5d bottle 'Ro!lcd Oats -Is bag Best Sago -2d lb - Essences assorted 4d and 5d Assorted T...

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