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The First Cross in Breeding. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

The First Cross in Breeding. | Referring to the principles of cross breeding recently dealt with in ■The Leader , " J.H." considers safety is on ly possible' by adhering to tbe first cross. If the pedigree of croBB-bred i winners were examined I think it J would be found, he writes, that most of the animals are first crosses, that is, bred from two pare parents of differ ent breeds. It is this first cross which is usually so successful, and this is tbe point which breeders should specially note. It is very rare that the second, or further crosses, answer satisfactory, and any practice of indiscriminate cros sing is strongly to be discouraged. It is absolutely necessary that pure bred bulls should^be used, and although no doubt good results can be obtained by " grading up," that is, starting with inferior bred dams, and continuing to use pure bulls for a number of years, still it is tbe best plan to use pure bred parents on both sides. The dams need 'not necessarily be registered ped...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

lgc4, and general news. Cobargo sportsman : . " Went oat shooting' yesterday." Friend;: "Yfs, what did-you get C. S.-; "Tired." In the guessing competition at the Qunania Sports, Mr. E. Hyland jessed 1850, being within two of the number-<rf grains of maize contained in a glass jar. He won tiie prim TQE'Dignaiu's bri Jge will be finished in the course of about a fortnight. MiHugli Bros, have the work'in hand, and, as usifal, these capable contrac tors hare done their work in a highly sati .factory manner- ' ■ A meeting was held at Yonrife on Saturday last for the purpose of ar ranging a day's racing. After some discussion it was decided to hold a meeting on the 16:h Slay when a £6 programme will be run off, besides sprints for saddles and briJles. Mb. James Walsh J.P., took his seat on the bench for the first time on Friday laat. Mr. Walsh is a man of probity and common sense, and as he holds an independent position, he will no doubt make a desirable acqai sition to our lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

For Chronic Cheat Complaints Woods' Great IVpjjerrointCure. Is. 0(3.

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TESTIMONIAL to the COBARGO "CHRONICLE." [?], I am, &c., [?]NO. O'REILLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

TESTIMONIAL to the 00BARG0 41 CHRONICLE-'' Presentation % Mr- Bland, Mayor • ofBega," As announced by advertisement ai paliJtc meeting was held In the School of Arts on tho ] 0(1) iustant, for the purpose of presenting Mr. William Boot, editor-of the Chronicle, with a purse of sovereigns in recognition of his manly and courageous conduct of' that paper. There was a good atten dance, and on the motion of Messrs. David Henry and W. T. Henry, Mr, Kennelly was vot'-d to the chair, and: after thanking those present for the honor conferred upon him, he read the advertieemet calling the meeting) and asked Mr, Bland to make the pre sentation. Mr. Bland considered it a pleasing duty to be abked to present this testi monial to • tjre. editor of the Cobargo Chronicle, Mr- Wi/liam Boot. He hoped all had thoroughly disabused their minds as to -the motive for his presence being a personal one. ' The object of the meeting—the presenta tion of the testimonial—emanated from admirers of the Chronicle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

The doctor may scoff, and likewise may sneer, When to his advice you led him no car, But tell him his fee is a little too dear For the good that he does when you fad a bit queer. He from you the secret may try to allure The cure for all coughs so cheap and soeure, Suspense you'll not let him then too long endure, But explain that/it's Woods' Great Pepper mint Cure.

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Marriage of Miss Emmott and Mr. Norman E. Gregg at Moruya. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

Marriage of Mise Emmotfc and Mr. Neman BP Gregg at Moruya. ... Thb above marriage, which took place at the Wesleyan Church, Moruya, on the 12th instant, had been looked for ward'to with considerable interest for some months y and (be crowds which thronged the church and availed them-j selves of every vantage point from ■ which -a view of the marriage {tarty - could be got showed that a more than ordinary interest was being mani fested in the event! And the reason| is not far to seek. In the first place, the -bride% parents are life long resi dents of Mornya, and the editor of this paper speaks from a long expe rience when he says that Mr. John Emmott '(father of the bride) deser vedly stands at the highest point in the estimation of the Moruya people and all who know him. A quiet and unostentatious man, he, with, his good and amiable wife, are always foremost in. any really good, work, while as a business man he is sans reproach. This is a simple narration of what everyone in Moruya...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOREIGN NAVAL ARMAMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

FOREIGN NAVAL ARMAMENTS. i(fly Geo. C. Craig, author of "Federal Defence," Sydney.) J "We sailed irhererer &2iip could fail, "We founded mouy a mighty State ; Pray God oar courage may not fail, Thro' craven fears of being grout." The: book of Captain Mahon upon I "Sea Power"—whilst proclaiming the | national courage and naval adventure j of all Britons (two factors in our his tory which founded the "mighty. | state" oi England and made the race ' great")—has unfortunately inspired such wealthy nations like France Russia and Germany to build up gigantic navies, either to make them a great sea power or to wrest from Eng land the proud title of Mistress of the Seas. If not, then what means the naval construction programmes of these three nations for 1899-1907 ? Whom are they going to fight ? Who iB their naval enemy that threatens them ? Are theix- svarships and coal ing stations in the track and heart- of British colonies to be constructed for show ? Do tliey mean to take up t...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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COBARGO POLICE COURT. FRIDAY 20 APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

TtMM—W————— COBARGO POLICE COURT. Friday 20 ApbiiJ. [Before Messrs. 1. B. Bales ±\M., •and F. G. Roberts, A. Tarlinton, B. 'Tarlinton, W. A. Pass, and J. Walsh J'a. P. J. W. Mead v. 'R. Bladka. 3)eten 'tion of a cow. Mr. Blomfield for Iplaintiff. This case bad been before the court'for some weeks, The P.M. Masked if a settlement Could not be :arranged between the parties. This 'could not be (lone, and after the depositions of the previous ;bearing Qiad been read over the-folio wing^addi 'tional evidence was taken-;— 'Henry Grins -deposed'; Am a far mer, residing at ^oolagolite. Have 'seen the heifer since last "court, have "examined her carefully. I have not -formed any fresh opinion, I believe her to be the same one that I helped •to brand. Have-no doubt about the color. By the Bench^: To the best of my ^belief she is the same beast. I did not "see her since we branded her until I =saw her at the court. She was about -six months old when 1 helped to brand her. It is about three yea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for I Coughs and CoJdfi xt€zer SnSlb. 2b. €d.

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"Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

" Evil to him who evil think*." THEY SAY: That it 'Would appear 'funds are; not available" for the definitely pro mised additions to the -Bermagui wharf and ttore and Xliat it is about time something more was heard about the .proposed improvements at the Tathra wharf. That the Minister for Works has promised to have £100,000 placed on i he Estimates for building storage sheds for the farmers on the railway lines-; and That at the same time the long suffering Bjga and Cobargo people cannot get decent shipping accommo dation for their produce ; and That "as we have not bad expensive, railways built to our doors we are justly entitled to adequate shipping facilities. !Fhat the plague scare is fast dying out since it has been officially an nounced that typhoid is responsible for more deaths than bubonic bacilli. That the management of the Catho lic ball is again in capable hands and will prove one of the great .social suc cesses of the year. fThat the -meeting of freetrade and protectio...

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CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

CHAPTER III. ' He is perfectly odious ; he is worse than my fancy painted him, but I think Mr. Maitland was right in one thing, he is a timid man, and I shall be able to manage him.* As she mentioned Maitland in her thoughts, Mab Hashed, and as Mr. Ralph Seymour had just braced him self to utter a compliment, he appro priated the blush and took heart of grace. He came a little nearer the r delightful figure in white satin. Mab had dressed for dinner with exceeding care, her froek ot white satin with frills of meeklin lace upon it, and a great bunch of Florence roses pinned just where the luce and the soft vel vety shoulder met, was most becoming, and Mab's beautiful hair was dressed with care, and her cheeks were flushed and her eyes were shining, and her spirits, if forced, were charming. There was no doubt about Ralph Seymour,s admiration and the wicked grandfather had retired from the drawing-room after dinner, chuckling. Mab had returned by the secret way and'her escapade was un...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

WEEKLY CALENDAR. I Bays of ih» I Dfty of J Son J i-on 1 Moon Wetk. i Month | Biaes j t-Ma "i| Rises Feidav | Apr 27 | 6 25 I 5 19 I 4 5 fcaturi AY 1 „ 28 I 6 as i 5 J8 I 5 14 «UNl>\y 1 „ 29 j 6 27 j 5 17 i 6-3 MONDAY | „ 80 | 6 .28 j -5 16 | 7 33 Tuesday I May 1 ] 6 29 l 5 15 | 8 4J8 WdKIU-d'y I „ 2 . 6 30 S 5 14 I 9 38 Thursday i „ 3 i 6=30 j a 14.1032

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

COBARGO HOTEL. :BTERTTSIN& AS XV OTOHTTO BE. EXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCED CROOM. OFFICE HOTEL, SOBARGO. * Proprietor. ; T. Keating' has much pleneure in ;irforming the residents of COBARGO and • Snrronnding Di>tr ctsthat he has taken over 'theabove well-known Hotel, and hopes by ieeping the BEST BBANDS of WINE8. SPIRITS, ALES, etc., to merit a fair -share of-support. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be paid to :the wants of Commercial and other Travel lers. Commodious Sample Booms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent igroom in attendance. 'J. T. 'K. bege to annonnce for (he bene 'fit of visitors from the TILBA, NOO BOOMA, BODALLA and NEBKIGUNDAH ■DISTRICTS that his Hotel possesses nil :the ■comforts ofo home, 'while good horse feed '-and stabe accommodation are made speciali ties of the establishment. HOBSES & BUGGY FOB. SIRE The Central * BEGA, Etew BEaasgeiaeat. MRS. RAFTER BEGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA that they will find the OENTKAL j ■offers Speci-1 Advantages...

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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 27, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

ifw the cause that lacKe assistance, Jj'or the wrongs that need resistance, for the future in the distance, _4«d the good that ice can do. Cobakqo, Friday, April 27, 1900. In his eloquent speech at the Chronicle testimonial presentation on Thursday, 19th instant, Mr. Bland made several home-ibrusta when speaking ot the Press, its duties and privileges. It was a fine deliverance; and showed the speaker's great versatility of thougTrt. He said, inter alia: "The -Press is a great power for good or evil', There is more in this state ment than appears at first eight. That in an aggressive way the Press can be tin iniquitous engine in the hands of vicious men is more apparent in the great cities of the world, especially European. For instance, in Russia -and Germany, .Nihilism and anar chism were .fomented by vicious news papers, whose only object was to --subvert monarchies and the .institu tions Testing thereon. In France, too, some sections of the Press are a dis grace to the name. In ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

For Children's Hacking Cough at night | ■ Woods' Great jPfeppermir.t Cure. Is. fid. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 2s. 6d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

Cobargo Tennis Club. THE Anmid Gener.il Meeting of mem bers will be held alt "the Sc-hool of Arts on MONDAY next, 30tli inst., at 7.3 » p.m. Business—To read balance sheet and annual report and t-o elect officers. FRANK KELLY. Hon. S>c. POUND, ON the road between Cobargo and Dig ram's a WATERPROOF OVER COAT. Owner tnay have smue upon pay ment of'the cost o£ this aclvt. CAUTION. ANT PERSON trespassing on ufy Wadbilliga Property after THIS DATE will be prosecuted. ROBERT SUTHERLAND. 27th April, 1900. W. ACKERLEY, W Tailor, Moruya, ILL be at KEATING'S HOTEL on SATURDAY, (to-morrow.) SALE OP GATE. WILLIAM BOOT has been favoreil frith instructions fooin the Ber magui Athletic"Club to sell by public auc tion the EIGHT to the Gate for their Queen's Birthday Meeting. "Sale at 2.80 on SATURDAY, 5th MAY. Wednesday 30th May -THE ANNUAL CATHOLIC BALL WILL TAKE PLACE On the Above Date —IN THE— SCHOOL OF ARTS. Tickets 7/G and 6/- Extra Lady 2/6. NfiLLit: Tarlinton") Hon. M. A. Taelinton J Sees...

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The Bride in Black. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

The Bride in Black CHAPTER II. ■* I have «nly one which seems to tne suitable for suggestion. It is that Jon should allow me to drive you back ■to Snmmercove.' Mab fell back in her cbair and j stared at him—stared with lovely .starry eyes, • Hear me out,' be said, diffidently. ' It is a little difficult to explain, but now I have seen you I know that you never could be married against your will, and Seymour is (quite easily snubbed. I know him, you see, and your powers of snnbbing. You will not have the least difficulty with him, I assure you. BesideB which he is a gentleman.' He drew up his hand some head in a way which became him immensely, Mab secretly thought. 4 You have, pardon me, left out that f^ct in your calculations, I think. It counts for much.' 'It is so—so ignominious to go. It is almost like giving in, and I will aot give in to these nefarious designs.' tihe started up, aid took a new phase of loveliness. ' Gentleman or «ot, he has behaved like a wretch, and "if I do g...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

GBVaca SERVICES. e BEBTICE8 wiil bo conducted-in ifce-district . SOMAN CATHOLIC, j v>B. oeiebrated at 850 a.m. and 11.15 ft.tn. every 1 Sunday ftt Cobargo. Evening devotion ©very Sunday at TjSOjkid^ CBUBCK.OF BKGLAND. April 2Q— Tilba. 11 Digram's 2.80 ; Cobargo 7.80. G* Scares. VtStEYM April 29—Cobargo II j Qnouna 2.30; Central Tilba I

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DRY RIVER ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 27 April 1900

DRY RIVER ATHLETIC CLUB. The following arc the results o£ the several events run off alt the DryHiyer sports on Easter Monday :— •Opening Handicap. first Heat-. A Carter (a) Sj?••• J Perry, IGyds ... P. Perry, 18yds... J H Engelman, 12yds Sccond Beat, G Inskip, ICyds E J Storman, -7yds D McGrath, 10yds A Engelman, 20yds Third Heat. R Andy (a) 9yds *G Rankin, 10yds E Hubert (a) -2yds A Lang, 12yds • •• Fourth Heat. W Law, 11yds H Stewart (a) Syfls J P Walker, 15yds Fifth Heat. J Boyd, 16yds | T Inskip, llyds 1 R McConville Second Round—-First Heat. R Andy, 9yds H Stewart, 8yds J Boyd, 16yds -»■• Gr Rankin, 10yds Second Heat. G Inskip A Carter E Storman T Inskip J Perry W Law G Inskip R Andy T Inskip Third Heat. Final. •Ea£TER Havdicap. First Heat. S Boyd, 15yds J Quinn, 19yds A lang, 18yds ••• H Elliott, 8yds, non-starter Second Heat. D Goodsell, 16yds " H Perry, 19yds E Goodsell, 10yds A O Manns (3) non-starter Thirrl Heat. C Stewart (a) 8yds — •* W Law, ISyds E J S'orman, 8yds J P ...

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