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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

The CUeek's<&&!** LorS RoBerts reports that owing to : the enemy's activity iit his ' im'tnediate front, a few miles north of l&oemfon tein, and their hostility towards the Free Staters ^who".surrendered -to tbei : British, heinatroe'ed <?ener«l'a Tucket French and Legallie to operate against thetn, - They succeeded in-expelling the enemy from and occupying the kopjes at Karee Siding. One officer was killed and seven wounded, The' .Cotat, casualties were 100. Hie Australians participated in the attack. The N.S.W troops Tindef General Lega!lie behaved brilliantly under a heavy fim After-: the engagement the enemy retreated - towards Brandfort. Colonel CoX, With the.Australian Lancers, assisted .Gene ral French's flanking movement. The. Lancers were under a heavy bVII firey and showed great coolness. Many of their. horses, were killed. It' is be lieved that Lord Roberts has executed a flank movement on the VaaV River, in order 'to persuade...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

i.Ev3, to htm toko evil think*." TEEY SAY: i That the Australian shilling subscrip tion list opened by the Sunday Times for i1ik objeo! of purchasiag for Baden Bowel!, * gallant defender of Mafe king, the best Australia® horse money can buy, suitable for military : purpose", will .fill up quickly, I That there "-were three hours of splendid rain at Bermagui on Monday night. That the' prejudice against fish on account of the plague scare has reached Bermagui/ That the Ipyalty of the Chronicle staff is weakening under the frequent asBauits of tKfe whistling brigade whose repertoire «onsi8t8'solely of '• Soldiers of the Queen.? Th'at'Kriigef ^ay be regarded as the boss liar inlSoUti Africa, That hadsthS Federal delegates not gone to England, the enemies of the Commonwealth Bill might have blocked, .the passage of the measure rtbrou)jh?the Commons. ' >Th« the ®upir| {s almost unani mous in*tbe determination that there shall no .more Boer rule in. South Africa. That the public school,...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

MISCELLANEOUS The Kugleman v. Norton case swallowed up something like £7,000, and yet the blessed jury failed to agree. It is notable that the Norton juries either disagree or return a ver dict for a farthing. Colonel Bell, the U.S. Consul in Sydney' If-1 were not an American, I should like to be an Australian ; and if I were an Australian, so help me God, I would' be loyal to the British throne.' A parson in the west country had two 'curates—one 'very old and one very young. " With the older one he could not agree, and on being offered anotherlivitig, he resolved to accept it, and tak& the young curate with him. However, before be left, he preached bis1 farewell sermon to his parishioners;: The old curate attended, 'and great was the surprise when he gave o'uk-zhfa text—'Abide ye here . with the,ass, and I and the lad will go and w^Bh^'yonder.' , - . . Perhaps.the tjiosfc .striking trait in Lord Kitchener's character is his dis inclination^ pub a fcarried man; in a position...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A LESSON FOR WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

A LESSON FOR WIVES It was her private opinion that he was not a good business mail, and possibly she was right. ' I can manage the family finances better than you,' she was accustomed to Bay ; and she said it -so often that he finally told her to try it. <I'll have my personal aocount at the bank put in your name,' he said. ' All bills, everything that pertains to our living expenses, shall be attended 1 to by you. I will draw a certain1 amount each week for personal ex penses, with a small allowance for, strictly personal refreshment, but you shall have entire charge of everything else.' Naturally she was .jubilant. She hadn't put in 10 years telling hiai how he could save 'money without getting the idea that she knew some thing about iti. It took a little time1 to have his book written tfp -and the account transferred to her; but finally one evening he brought home' a nice little cheque book, and told her it was all arranged. Then he instructed her in the mysteries of d...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HERO OF MAFEKING. An Australasion Tribute to Baden Powell—A Shilling Fund to Provide a suitable Present [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

THE HERO OP MAFEKING. Ail Australasion Tribute to Baden Powell—A Shilling Fund to Provide a suitable Present During the progress -of the war in Sooth Af rica no spot there has attrac ted more attention than the little one of Mafeking. For six months this in significant town, with about 600 troops, has defied all efforts of the Boera to take it. The magnificent de fence has.been d«e nofc so much to the courage of the beleaguered as a body— although that, of course, is unques tioned—as to the brilliant generalship of Goloi el Baden-Powell. AU over the world this name is on the lips of. the people—Baden-Powell 1 Hie man who never falters:; - who, even- when For-1 tune frowns most darkly, still keeps a bright face and cheery word for his toon,.and a jocularly defiapt challenge to the enemy to " come on and com mence the fight." The man who, when the Comiimnder-in-Obief proposed to relieve him said—although in dire straits, living.underground most of the time, and reduced to starvation r...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

CHtJBCH OP ESQLAK»» _,_ .April g—Wandeila 11—Quaama 2.30; Coborgo G. Soaebs.

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JOHN BULL AND COMPANY. As Sketched by Max O'Rell. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

JOHN BULL AND COMPANY, j As Sketched by Max O'Bell. tN "John Bu'.l and Co." Max O'Rell has given us some very outspoken criticisms of our-coloriial cousins, some amusing, some Eevcre, but on the 'whole suggestive and informing. lie! treats the firm of "John Bdll land -Co." with its "great colonial" branches, from the strictly business point of view • and the following extracts from, the illustrated edition just issued by Messrs. Warne and Co. are a fair sample of the good things in the bock. The two finest harbors in the world are those of Rio de Janiero and of' Sydney, but the 'light is generally de fective in Rio, and the misty atmos phere hinders one from seeing all the; details of the landscape at one lime Tn Sydney, the air is so clear that no detail escapes one, everything 'iB sharply outlined ; the harbor, with its 200 miles of ■ indented coast, is stretched out before the eyes of the spectator in infinite meanderings, pre senting a new surprise at each turn. Et is a successi...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dry River Easter Monday Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

! Dry Eiver Easter Monday Sports The following are the noftnn&t-ions and starts for the two principal events:— BASTES HANDrCAP. yds. J. Ringland ... 1 A.E.Manns ... ... ... 2 0. Stewart • ... ... 6 E. Stortnan ... 8 HVEIliott ... 8 H. Scott . ... < £ Ri- Annette ... ... 10 E. Good sell ... ., ... 10 H. Roberts ... ... 11 T. W. Inskip ... 11 M. Walsh ... 12 W. Law ... 12 J. Warden ... 12 A. Long ... 13 W. Staunton ..: ... 13 F. Wooleey ... 14 S. Boyd ... 15 "D, Goodsell ... ... 16 J. P. Quinn ... ... 19 J. P. Walker ... ... ... 19 H. Perfy ... ... 19 HTJfiDIiE BACK. yds, C. Stewart, v ••• ;* ♦V.; a; D. M'Grath ... ... ... 6 H, Elliott ... ... ... 6 H. Scott ... ... ... 6 R. Annetts ... ... 8 T. W. Inskip ... 10 J. A. Kennedy ... 10 W. D. Tarlinton ... - ... ... 12 Jas. Walsh ... 12 E. Boyd ' ... ... 14 E. Hyiand ... 16 D. Goodsell ... 16 Geo.Inskip ... 17 J. P. Quinn ... 17 Jas. Gilbert ... 20 Genera! Buller'a age is 61, ILit chener ia 60, Lord Roberta la 68, and L...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

TENDERS. TpENDEBS wanted for SINKING an ADDV J. TlOKAIi TWENTY or TWENTY-FIVE -tFEETiii« dbaft onlhe Golden Crown Gold Mining, Cp'8 Cjauu.Turoes Elver. Tenders close at-Noon 40th April. 1900* Specifications to be had from • ' -JAMES GRAHAM, . _/ Cobargo Hotel, Cobargo. "IMPOUNDED by MKJohn Whiffen from Black •X. Creek 1 Boan Boll, PS near rump. If not re fteased Mil l>e sold on £6tb APRIL. W. DUNSMOEE, Poundkeeper. LOST, "Think *EtFG('on road between Cobargo and Tilba. JT Kindly return to Keating's Hotel, Cobargo, «or Williams' Hotel, Tilba Ttfba.—Beward. - - ' 45. 'P. XXBBY, FOR SALE. ^OMHJETE 'CHEESE PLMJT. Apply WILLIAM BOOT. Cobargo SCHOOL OjF ARTS.1 tll&tf usual monthly Committee meeting JL <will be held on TUESDAY-, EVJ5N JKG3>EXT. at 8 o'clock. • T. KENNEXJjT, Hon. Sec. William Boot. , Graves* O-RHl-A-T OLmAJR-fi-JSrCH AUCTION SALE ; WffiL BE CONTINUED —OH— Saturday, To-morrow AT 2 O'CLOCK. lErnj Line muitie Cleared As Usual, No Reserve. in itrn t.f. ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

The GUeek's A Frcwhonrs prior'to General JoubertV ileatli, Lieut.-Genoral White, while receiving an address of welcome at Capetown, incidentally pa'd a warm tribute to the Beer Commander-in Chief, whom he spoke of as a soldier,- a gentleman, and a brave and honorable opponent. Several ot the leading London newspapers describe Jouberb as superior to his surroundings, and express regret at the absence of'his in fluence in the coming settlement of praco. Mnjor-General Clements has occupied Jagersfontein and Fauresmith his entry not being opposed at either place, but a cordial welcome being ex tended by the inhabitants. Major General Cements appointed new magistrates at each of tho towns. In a well at Koppyfontein, on the Riet River, south-east of Jacobsdal, Major General Clements found a Maxim and a nine-pounder gun, and also three loads ol ammunition in graves excava ted by the Boers. The Daily Telegraph has reduced its recently published es timate of the number of Bo^rs holding the p...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Defender of Kimberley. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

, The Defender of limberley. Colonel Kekewich'—" Kekky," as his intimates call him—is cue -of the quietest, sofbes.t-uoaanered men who ever bid a very^tfong will under the gentl«st of maimers. When he was a Staff Officer in Egypt—and it was said of him that he was the best Staff Offi cer that ever was sent to the Land of the Pharoahs—and when he was Mili tary Secretary in the Madras Presi dency, he always got his way in im portant matters, bat did it with such tact that the. people over-persuaded always thought that his opinions'were theirs. When he was promoted iron) his first regiment; "The Buffs," he protested; fot he was very fond of the regiment; but he was adviaed (relates an exchange), very strongly at head quarters not to kiti against the good fortune that was coming to him. His second transfer to a regiment ill' Gey-1 Ion, the moving olt^'afc corps to South Africa) and tbe daspfttohj of its bead-, quarte^s to^iiJilisrfeyi Wereall looky events la -u nfortunate . career. . Of...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

WEEKLY CALENDAR. 1), 'lit 1 Day i.l | Sun I un 1 M un w«'k. | Month | Una- j ets | Kises i'lilHAV | April 0 j 6 9 | 5 45 | r. M. fcATUK ay i 7 | 6 10; 5 44 I 1 23 FtJJJIxy I „ 8 I C 101 5 4S I 2 0 Xto.va.lV i „ 9 | fi II I 5 41 I .2 34 Tl!l SIM* I 10 | 6 121 5 40 | 3 4 WnvRfOT | ,, 11 6 13 | B 39 1 3 3* TllU':aDlV | „ 12 | C 14 j 5 38 | 4 3

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

COBARGO HOTEL. -ET&YTSHta AS ITOtTCffltttO'BE. | EXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCED CROOM. POST OFFICI HOTEL, COBARGO. Proprietor. T. ?Kgatuig baa much pleasure in 'ii forming the lesidents of COBARGO and Furrounding D.iscr cts that he has taken over 'theabove well-known Hotel, and hopes by 'keeping the BEST 'BRANDS Of WINKS, 'SPIRITS, ALEP, etc., to merit a fair ■ shore of support. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be raid to. ' the' wants of Commercial and other "Travel lere. Concmodioos Sample Rooms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent, tgroom in- attendance. J. T. E. begs to announce for the bene fit of visitors from the TILB A. NOO »ROOMA, BOJMLLA and NERRIGUNDAH I DISTRICTS that h:s Hotel pofsetses nil the comforts of a home, while good horte feed •anil stabe accommodation ure'made speciali ties ef I he establishment. | .'HORSESf& BUGGY FOB HIRE The Central H°tel, BEGA, > Racier New B£attc?geraeaf. * IRS. SALTER ^T>EQS to remind VISITORS to BEGA . J3 that they will...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

OUR TELEGRAMS- i (Fi.oi oca Sydn£T Correspondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Buster; creamery and factory 8d to 9d, daiiy 7d to 7Jd, cheete 4|1 to 7|d ..hams 7£d to 9id, b^vcon 4fd to JJd,. eggs Is to Is 5d, fowld 2s €d to -3s 3d, ducks 2s to 2i 9J. Nineteen hundred sides of bacon tin fit for liuaaun consumption were seized in a city commercial house yesterday. Some hams contained cavities filled with putrid matter. The Premier in reply to * deputation {root the second quarantined area said .be intended to protect the public in terests against thOBB of private indi viduals regardless of what loss the latter sustained. 'Mary Quinn, a young woman resid. log at Balmain and employed at a George street restaurant has been re. moved to the quarantine ground. The Premfyvpf iNew.^ Zealand jajfe that sooner thin run the risk of plague he would not allow a vessel to enter the colony. " The quarantined block bounded by Kent, King, Sussex, an4 Erskine streets has been cleaned.and the-.ex tension to Mar...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 April 1900

news. *• Wk acknowledge the receipt of ft blct 6t 3>&|ll tjo 4$ks plice at Central Ttlba this eVefiing in aid of Building Fund of the School of Arts* ■ .b^ft^th^'Nreiek Mrs. Thoma* Alien of Galba and Mrs. P. Wilson of Cobargfr;were eeriou^ly ill and confined to their room?. We hear both ladies are now itmeh Better. A number x>| sportsmen have ar jaaged a (ja^is shooting for Good Friday on the Galba Estate and ad joining.^ .properties. Drivers and shooters are invited. ' Wb are io hear that'Mr. H. Lewis's son, who for some time has been suffering from a paralytic seizure •is now much better and on a fair way to recovery. Mr. A. Enoelman, who has resided at Dry- River about a quarter of a cen tury, and is-abopitto leave the district, wilt be'presented with a purse of sovereigns .by his fellow-townsmen on Saturday nexfc (to-morrow). Accouoisa jto. latest reports, Mr. James Clarke of "Bega, who was the Victtm-of * paralytk aeieure while on a visit to his son-in-law's house...

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Terrible Disaster in Japan. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 April 1900

Terrible Disaster in Japan. Tiie Kobe Herald gives particulars of a terrible fire which occurred at Nagoya on January 23, in a weaving factory. The owner of the factory had 50 girls and three men in his employ ment. An extra number of orders had b?en received, and he put the girls on two shifts, so as to finish the work be fore the Chinese New Year, which is still observed in some 'parts of this country. The girls worked till 1 o'clock on the morning of the fire, and retired at 1.40. The dormitory was a twe-storied building, end 36 of the girls slept upstairs. The owner of the fac. tory -was accustomed to lock the door from the outside after the girls were in bed, and he did so on this occasion, cautioning the girls to be careful about the hibachis and lamps. An extraor dinary sound was heard in the direction of this building at about 3.30, and the factory-owner and other people about the place came out to see the cause. They found the dormitory ablaze. The fclnieks and cries for he...

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TREATMENT OF OLD AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 April 1900

TREATMENT 0? OLD AGE. Dp.. Andrew Wiison', writing on the serum treatment of old agp, classes it airoag the scientific Mlies. The fact is that people who expect to accom plish mavvels of this kind overlook the great physiological facts regarding the body's constitution which Nature has writ very plainly indeed $>n the face of things. There can Le no hope whatever entejtaiued that we can make our bodies hold out against the process of natural decay any more than we can expect physical life without end and freedom from all chance and risk of death. The living cells of our bodies are not immortal things, and in the course of time the. processes of repair and renewal and production of new cells, which are active in early life, fail entirely in our later history. Physical immortality, in the light of our plainly marked constitution, is a dream never to be realised. Wp may strengthen our vita! powers'by'healthy living, find spin out their stock of vitality by avoidance of excess, and b...

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A Pardonable Sin. CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 April 1900

A Pardonable Sin. CHAPTER XV. **I am fond of her and grateful to ber, but sometimes I almost hate her for standing between you and me! Ah Merle, My darling I think of you all day, and dream of you all night!' ' Duke, my dear, df&r Duke I You must be brave and strong for both our sakeB,' Merle said. ' We are both un happy—' , Ab, do you care, Merle? Do you love me still 7 " How can I h1 Ip it ?' Merle asked, simply. ' Once I was nearly your ■wife. I can never love anyone else, Duke, never.' Duke was looking into her lovely face wiih sad, miserable eyes, and suddenly he seized her soft round arm, and kissed it passionately. ■* You ought not!' she said passion ately. Btfore he could reply, before he could draw away from her, the door of Abe conservatory opened smoothly and, framed by the moonlight shining in from the garden stood the duchess. For a sfcotid the three stood trans fixed ; and then, as silently as a ghost and without a word, the duchess cwept by them and went on to...

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WESLEYAN [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 April 1900

WESLEIAN April 13—Good Friday—Cobargb 7.30. April 15—Easter Snuday—Cobargo 11; AVaniJeta 2.30 j Qraaina and Central Tilba 7.30. M. Wai.k>:i'..

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The Bride in Black. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 13 April 1900

The Bride in Black CHAPTER I. You have heard my wishes, Mab ? ' Fifty times, grandfather dear. And yoa have beard mine, which are moderate, I am sure, and modest as a maiden's needs should be ? I only wish to live quietly with the best old grandfather in the world.' But Sir Pierce Harcourfc hardened his heart against the pretty coaxing blarney, and the prettier coaxing face which was emiling up at him. 'I have been a good grand parent to you, Mab.' 1 The beat. T say it without reser vation—the best.' ' And I deserve some consideration at your hand3.' 'Some? Every consideration. So much so that the idea of Ieaviug you | for any other man, exchanging this i home, which has everything I want, for the doubtful delights of matrimony, i is not to be tolerated. It is, in fact, ! unbearable to me. I dismiss the, idea.' • This young man, Ralph Seymour, will be here to-morrow, Mabel.' • Very well, grandfather. Ralph ! i What a name! That in itself—Very well, dear, he will be your guest, j com...

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