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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 March 1900

COBARGO HOTEL. ;aVfi2STTHI»C ASITOtraST^O BE. EXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCED GROOM. | Proprietor. *S. T. Keating' k®s much pleasure in liforming the lesidents of COBABGO and SnwundinR Discr eta that be has taken over 'Itia'abdve well-known Hotel,' and hopes by keeping the BEST BRANDS of WINES. fiPIBITS, ALEP, etc., to merit a fair .share of support. SPECIAL A1TENTION will be paid to [ifeewantsof Commercial andother 'Travel-' 'lere. Commodious Sample Booms available, GOOD STABLING and a competent rgroea in attendance. J. T. K. begs to announce for the bene 'tt visitors from tho TlLBA, NOO BOOMA, BODALLAand NERK1GUNDAH fi)I8TBlGTS that h'g Hotel possesses _nll the comforts of a home, while good horse feed and stabe accommodation ate made speciali ties of the establishment. "HORSES & BTGOT FOR HIRE The Central Jlotel, ©EGA. Vntfes How l&aaggexneat. : MRS. RAFTER i Tr> EGS to remind VISITORS to BEG A i iM3 that they will fiud the CENTHAIj offers fcpeci • 1 ad vantage...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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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 30, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 March 1900

' For the cause that lads assistance, For the wrongs thai need resistance, For thr future in the distance, And the good thai jcc caw do, - Cobargo, Friday, March 30, 1900. The greatest tyro in political economy must know that the first care of the State is the preservation of human life from the ravages of diseases trhich from time to time threaten the lives of the people. At the present moment vre see an instance of this in tbe action of the Government iu sparing neither money nor property in its desire to stamp out the bubonic plague, which, unhappily has got a footing in New South Wales. •; So imbued is the Pre mier with the seriousness of the posi tion that he has isolated • the infected streets, quarantined several old and dilapidated wharves, and has even re. splved to demolish them altogether if .the present precautions fail to stem the spread of tbo disease. Every man and woman must admire and approve the action of the Premier in so reso lutely facing the situation. And in ....

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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THE TALLEST WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 March 1900

THE TALLEST WOMAN. Tub tallest woman, probably, in the, world is Miss Ella Swing, of -Gorin,' a little town not far 'cast of Kansas. This 'highborn' woman is twenty years did. according to th« family Bible, and measures 8ft 4in in her everyday shoes. Her parents are well-to-do farmers of ordinary stature, and her father, San ual Ewing, is a highly - respected member of the conrmuniiy. Miss Ewing was born at Gorin, and when twelve years old measured nearly 7ft, but kept on growing, to the amazement of her family and the neighbours. In her girlish years ehe was quite sensitive aboub her height, because the other children used to tease her; but when she discovered it was worlh 50 dollars a week from circus and museum /managers, she took another view of the case. She earned enough money to lift the mort gage from her- father's farm, and re tired to private life.' Miss Ewing has had several offers of marriage, but bo far ber heart appears to be unpledged.

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EVIL COMPANIONSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 March 1900

EVIL COMPANIONSHIPS. The Rev. A. Frnser prrathed bis usual monthly seruion to -young men on Sunday evening in St. Andrew's Church, Grsf'on. His subject was "■Evil Companionship" hated upon Pioverbs, 13th -chapter, 20.Ii vene, "The companion of fools shall be de stroyed'—and Lad apeuial rtfeven.ee to the recent tragedy. He pointed out that the term "fool" in Scripture had a metal, as well as a mental meaning. | It implied insensibility to a!l that is I true and good and pure—the inward shrinking and shrive'ling of a de praved nature, the untrained, undis ciplined nature which declines the guidance of reaBon, having a moral cause and a moral responsibility, in volving moral guilt. He said that) he was not there to preach to them the life of the recluse, the solitary, isolated life which makes the world a prison and existence a burden. He advo cated no theory of life that builds a high wall between tliem and the prac tical world, into which God called tbein. Our Creator had planted the...

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WESLEIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 March 1900

VESLETAK April I—ITterrali and Centrilba 21; Bermagni. 2,30 r Cobar^o 7»30* M. "Walefiu

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 March 1900

CCUftCE OP ENGLAND- " •April 1—Coburgo ll; jjignam'a ZJSU; Tiltoa 7.au. G.Soabss.

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CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 March 1900

CHAPTER XIII. ,Jii * few: "weeks the. ducal family of Ornish learnt that a new claimant to the dachy 4ad finally proved his cae». j.3& hail been, amicably settled. The reigning duke had no de ire to evoke the aid of'the law when lie | could see plaiuly that it would be use less. So the rduke was plain Sir Joseph Trevellis again, and her grace was only a baronet's wife once more. Sir Joseph had iust cimmuiiic.itecl these facts to his wife and daughter one evening at dinner, after tho ser vants had left the room, and Lady. Trevellis was listening with a frowning brow. ' Then we must leave -hor at -onceT' she a'ked, looking round the rcom , which had lien a constant delight to J her. | ' Yes, of coarse : bub the duke is very nice about anything. Ho doesn't' wish to hurry us in the least, and hB declines to interfere in anything. We are to do just as we choose about leaving, and wo are to take away what wo like,' ' He is very gracious,' the duchess said, hautily, ' What sort of ...

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A Pardonable Sin. CHAPTER XII [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 March 1900

A Pardonable Sin. CHAPTER XIL It was on an evening soon after their return, when the duchess and Merle were Bitting alone in the draw ing-room, the duke being out), tliat tile servant announced that 'a young woman' wanted to see the duchess. ■Show her up,' 8&id the duchess, quietly, bat the color flashed into her' £ac^ 1 Yon needn't go,' she said to her daughter, as Merle rose. ' You ;know -all that t'here is to know,' she added, bitterly. The yoong wrnmn was shown up. and proved to be a name. As soon as the servant had disappeared she stated her errand. • 1 am. from the hospital, your jgraee,' she said, quietly. ' I hnve been sent to tell you that there is a man there who is dying, and he wishes to see you.. His name is William Fowler.' •To see me?' asked the duchess, villi admirable composure. ' What is bis business ?' 'That, he would not say, your .grace. He will only tell you. If you -could'c;in«—' ■ -yjjli, "I Will come,' said the duchess, adding, with a sort of savage ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 March 1900

OUR TELEGRAMS {FbOm ode Sydney Correspondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Butter, creamery and factory 8d to 3d, dairy 7i, eggs 1b to Is 3d, che°eo 43 to 6d, bacon 4£- to 7|d, hams 7f to Sfd, jowls 2/3 to 3/6, 2/3 to 2/9. News. has been received that the 'steamer Glenelg fans been wrecked. The Sarah Feu wick drifted on the breakwater at BaUinfc yesterday and became a tota^l %reck» The crew jumped overboard and reached the shore safely. There is no hope of saving anything and the vessel is un insured. Another plague patient died at the quarantine ground, the victim being Oliver Bennett. The latest to contract the disease is Ernest • Crane, residing at Darling ton. He had ' been working in Kent .Street and was inoculated eleven days ago. . A large deputation has urged -the Premier to secure an amendment in the Corporation Act in the direction of extending the franchise. The depu tation also condemned the Council, declaring it out of date, useless, in competent, and the laughing stock of the co...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 March 1900

Q2UBQK SSB.7Z0BS. as follows:— roman catholic* celebrated at 8JM a.m. and 11J5 a,Tn. every | Sunday at Coborgo. ilwemng devotion every Sunday at 7,80 p.m. f. Kennt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 March 1900

"WANTED Good Milter at once. Good wages. 0. G. HOBBES, Tilba Tilba. Quaama- Quaama —UNRESERVED— CLEARANCE SALE. ON THE FARM Known as Mr. A. Engelmau's OaSATURDAX 7th APRIL, At half-past 1. By order and on account of the Mortgagee. PELL and ALLAN have received in structions to sell by public auction as above, 22 cows, in milk 20 cows, dry and springing 10 heifees, li to Syrs old 12 poddies 1 dbattght hobse 11 pigb deat, chaff cutter cheese pbess curd sine 7 buckets cheese vat, and scndbieb too numerous to mention Terms at Sale. SEND TOUR PIGS TO HILL, CLAEK & CO. Highest Rates Guaranteed. Proceeds Remitted on l ay of Sale* Bankers : The Bank of N.S-W. WE sell from 30,000 to 25,000 PIGS per annum, which proves that we give com plete eatistactiou to our Constituents. All details personally superintended by our Salesman, who has conducted this branch of our business for 14 years. Thoroughly Practical Men Employed- All Stock well fed and watered, and classed to best possible adva...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 March 1900

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. On Monday morning at the local Police Court Mr. Michael Gartland was charged with using lurid language and retired for seven days. We ' acknowledge the receipt of a complimentary ticket for the Dry River Athletic Club's annual sports on the 16th April. Tije Hon. E. Lygon, brother o£ Earl B.eauchamp was .killed near Modder River on Friday last. With three other officers,, he ventured eight miles from camp and fell into a trap. His comrades were captured. The Hon. E; Lygon was 27 years of age and was a lieutenant in the' Grenadier Guards. t The secretary of the Diy River | Foot ball Club has written the Cobargo 'Club asking for an expression of opin ion on the question of forming a dis trict Union' to affiliate with the N. S.W. Rugby Union, Sydney. . The question will be discussed at the general meeting of members called for the 7 th pros., We would suggest that iu the event of a Union being formed, it should only inelude clubs within rea sonable distances of e...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 March 1900

MARRIAGE. SOARES—JEKYLL—At Cobargo, by the Rev. Frederick Bevan, B.A., Rector of St. John's, Bega, on March 24th, Rev. Gualter Soares, M.C., Rector of Christ Church, to Mary, youngest daughter of   the late Edward Jekyll, of Wollongong.

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HELPING ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

HELEINff ENGLAND. A vast deal of nonsense is being taiked about making Australia a kind. of breeding ground for British soldiers. The idea springs in the belief that if England wanted Australian soldiers to fight in tihe present war she will want them all the more when the fightB eome Power on the Continent. Ex cuse is to be found "for people here, when according to some English papers, it is held that the Boer war has demonstrated that Britain wants a big army. The fact is, dhe wanted a big army to deal with the Boers be cause-of the extent of country to be covered; but after that war is over, slip will want a smaller army than ever. It seems to be forgotten that with the taking of the Boer Repub lics the last of the British frontiers that are likely to be menaced disap pears. The Indian frontier £b held f<ndia and the nccessary stiffening of British troops, and so, far as Russia, is concerned is impregnable. . The. only other frontier left now is the Canadian, And no on...

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CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

CHAPTER XV. ' What shall we do ? Shall we go -or not 1' asked Lady Trevellis ■* Oh. we can't go !' Merle said, shrinkingly. She was looting very pale and thin, -had her lovely eyes and dark circles under them. It was some weeks since they had left London, and they were settled once more at 'their old -home. Invitations had just come for a grand ball at Orrieii Mere, where the new Duke and duchess were about to celebrate a huge liousewarming. All the country was invited, of course,■ and Lady Trevellis 4oobed -across at her daughter thoughtfully before speaking. • Don't you think it might be wiser • to go'? she asked, slowly. -* We don't, want people to talk, dear; and we are near connections, you Bee.' ^ ' Can't you make an excuse for ine ?* Merle asked, ftveriahly. ,. *1 could, of ' course-; but I think, dear, yon should go, We need not stay long, of. course. We need only just show) but"!your absence wottld certainly be remarked.' • Then, '{. suppose I most,' Merle said with a sigh....

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A Pardonable Sin. CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

A Pardonable Sin. CHAPTER XIII. Vfits 'Duke so changed in so short a *%lme f ■ The. Duke, ol course, took Ltdy Trevellis ia to dinner, but the two! young people faced one another, Duke was perfectly polite in bis Whaviour, and made no pretence of shunning Merle, but she felt with. terror that he no longer car^d for her. Then she remembered that he did not understand—that ehe could explain to Tiim why she had acted as ehe had done. Her face lit up as she thought -of, this, and during the rest of the dinner Bh.o was as gay as usual. When ehe and her mother reached: the drawing-room she spoke eagerly. 'Mother, Duke muBt be told—what we thought. He does not understand ' He thinks that I have behaved abom inably. Oh, mother, he must be told.. 'May I toll him T ' It will come better from me. I will tell him myself,' said Lady Tre TelKs. Meanwhile, the Duke and -Sir, Joseph were sitting at the 'table, and ■Sir Joieph was speaking. ■■"Queer thing, that you should turn ont to be the aev Duke...

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WESLEYAN [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

WKSLBTAS -April 8—Cohargo II; Bermagni 2.30; Central Tillft "30. M. Walskk.

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CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

CHAPTER XLV. Two or three daya went by. Sir, -tFoseph and Lady Trevellis were ready to move cut of the town house, but <tbey hsd sreu 110 more of the Duke. Merle was feverishly anxious that he should know the truth at once, and •one rooming Lidy Trevellis" set off with the intention of seeing him. He was staying at an hotel she knew, and on arriving.she was shown ,np to a private eitting.ioom. Duke rose to receive her, and sbe was a little disconcerted to find that he was nob alone. Mrs. Tyrrell was present. ' I wanted to have a few words with yon,' the said. 'You can speak here, Lady Tre vellis,' Lois said calmly. ' Duke has. no secrets from me.' ■' It is a confession of a very private nature.' Lady Trevellis said, smiling faintly. ""I most trust to your honor AOt -to repeat it.' •'isit necessary to make the con-! fesaon to us? Duke asked coldly. He was standing with his hand on the back of L-us's chair, and looked .haughtily indifferent to Lasy Trevellis, •or 'anything ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

CaTTSCH SEBVSCSS. Divihe HEKVICE3 will bo conducted in the district as follows nomaii Ci.Tnoi.iG> . Mass coMratod at 8.30 «.». and 31115 a.n». every Sunday at Cohargo. Vveniu-; dovotiou every Sunday at 7.80 p.m. -1>. Kehnt.

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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, APRIL 6, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

\t Ctjraitide. For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need, resistance, . For the future in the distance, And the good that we cay do. Cobarqo, Friday, Aprjl 6, 1900. The question ol the location of the Federal Capital is one which iiot only engages the attention of .the two; or three "places which have"-undeniable claims to the distinction, but njiifif toub localities, which'TiaTO^go recona meadation for the-''coveted honor except in the imaginations of the local Federal 6avants,'avsalso crying aloud 'for recognition in - the scramble for the seat of Government. .4ffairs of State are too often the- object of clever, underground engineering on the part of astute -politician?, and 'we are not fatuous enough {-to . supposp that attempts will not be made to lobby' members qf 4he.Federal Parlia ment. Still, the buttonholing process will have less play in the selection i.oj the site for the Federal Capital than in any other question that will come before the Legislature...

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