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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 May 1900

COBARGO HOTEL. :-E7EB,TTHINa AS IT OTTGHT TO BE. *0i& thm Cemt. Extensive stabling. 'experiences groom. POST OFFICE H0T1, COBARGO. 1. i\ wwMimm Proprietor. " T. - Keating has much pleasure in 5 if forming the icsidentg of COUARGO a ml f nrrpundiag Discr cte that he lias tnken orcr the above well-known HotPl, and hopes liy keeping the UKSX BRAND.-i of WINES. SPIRITS, ALES, etc., to merit b fair ' share of support. CPKGIAL A1TENTION will be raid to the wants of Commercial and other Travel •'lers. CommodioDS Sample Rooms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent -groom in attendance. J. T. K. begs to announce for llie bene '■fit of visitors fiom th» T1LHA. NOO HOOMA, BODALLA and NEHHIGUKDAH DISTBIGTS that-Irs H0V6I poEseeeoB nil the ' coiifortS of a home, while good horse feed and stsbo accommodation trc made tpeeiali iies of the establishment. HORSES & BUGGY POR HIRE fhe CentmlH°tel, BEGA. 'ITuder New 3laasgejaent. MRS. 11AFTER ICGS to remind VISITORS to BKGA 13 that, t...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 May 1900

LOCAL AND GENERAL KEWS Wc ha ve to acknowledge tlio rcceipt of a copij limci:tary ticket for the Catholic liail to lake pinto on the 30th instant. ' The Rev. G. S ares left Col.argo on Wcducsiiay to attend the sittings of the Goulburn Synod. Duiing his absence (two Sundays) Mr. S. W. Bate will read the morning and even-' ing services. Tin afternoon fixtures will lap?e. To JiOEROW the first footbill match of tlie season will be played at Qu.iama, the local men meeting Begs. The following will represent the visitors : Full back—V. Tarlinton ; three-quar ters—Blouifield, Carruthers, and E liott; five-i-iihth—Lewis ; half— , Evershed; forwards—Darke, Taylor, Uhtiuberger, Miller, Sondcrmann, Herman, Abbott, Ciaye, and Scliom berg. . ; v The late Dr. Stoke?, the most "eminerit'medical mail of his day, was firm in the opinion that dan sing, when indulged in moderately, was one of tbe most health-giving amusements. The exercise brought Into action almost every muscle of the body, and gs 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, MAY 4, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 May 1900

Jf or the cause thai tacts assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, , And the good that ice can do. cobakgo, Friday, May 4, 1900. Tjie apparently studied delay in carrying out the expressly promised and urgently newssary improvements to the wharf and store at Beruiagui are discreditable to our "Country Ministry," who lose no opportunity to air its undying solicitude for the neglected country elcotorates. And at the same time, we must charge Messrs. Clarke and Millard, Ms.]?, ■with -unpardonable dilatoriness — if not wilful neglect—in not persistently using their influence upon the Works Department, for we canuot but thiuk 'that the work would be done almost immediately if these two gentlemen Would do their duty and insist upon their electorates getting their due. Do the members for Bega and Moruya really understand what these improvements would mean to the large numbers uf people who use the Bermagui wharf ? They either do not, or are damnably...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 May 1900

"or Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great ^-jhsrmint Cure. Is. 64.

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The Bride in Black. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 May 1900

The Bride in Black 'CHAPTER IIL "•"Mr. Seymour, what reason have you—I ask this question as my right —to imagine that ypu could win mo ? you came to woo—possibly. Every man Is I suppose (the Jaws are bo absurdly lenient-to men) freo to -woo, and we poor women can only submit. -Batbw could you ever think, how could you ever dre-tm, how could you ever presume to imagine that you could win ine ?' She stood erect, with flxshing ryeB and diamonds and dimples all at hide and seek, bccause it was all she could do to restrain her laughter. -Seymour stood sullen and dogged. • Your grandfather led me to believe that he had explained to you -bis wishes, Miss Melancy.' 'His wishes. The wishes of a grandfather—how can they interfere -with the passionate sentiments you «&ng/a little out of tune, as I said) just now ? Does your heart beat to the order of your grandfather'! And 7 am afraid you are not quite truthful,' --surveying him more sevnyly, 'for jou.j •certainly led me to believe tha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 May 1900

* Gobargo [SCHOOL OF ARTS THE usual monthly Committee meeting will be held on TUESDAY, EVEN ING NEXT, at 8 o'clock. T. KENNELLY, Hon. Sec.

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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 May 1900

MISCELLANEOUS Last year 80,000,000 tons of tobacco were imported into Great Britain, In Colorado on the tombstone of a deceased publican there is this epi taph:—" Ho lost his best customer.' Twenty-four hours of hard thinking prostrates tie system more completely than a day's mowing or digging or ploughing. In rural districts 1,000 families will supply 2,334 adults to the text gener ation ; whereas 1,000 town families will only supply 1,796. The mummy of an Egyptian Prin cess who lived 2,000 B.G. shows round the waist a contrivance very similar to the modern corset. If a Japanese farmer has as much as 10 acres of land he is looked upon as a monopolist. The maximum age assigned to the pine is said to be 700 years ; to the red beech, 245 years; to the oak, 410 ; and to the ash, 145 years. The largest fee received by a physician in San Francisco in recent years was paid by millionaire Walter Hobart to Dr. C. L. Ellinwoob. An operation was very successful. Three days after the operation...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 May 1900

GETOGXC SEBVT0E5. Bft follows i BOXAJf CATHOLIC* celebrated at &30 ajn. and 11.15 ajcn. every agSundnj at Gobargo. kvrtmlne deration ©very Sunday, at 7.33 p.m. -P. Rewht. CttCBCtt OP ENGL AKD. 3bu*S—<7abar^o (H.C.) 11; Quaamu 2.3D; Bermagui 7.30. •TTEBLKVAN M". VfcUEfc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 May 1900

QUADRILLES. THE NEXT of the SERIES of QTJAD EILLES will be lield in the School of Arts on WEDNESDAY evening, 9tli I MAY. T. J. WOON ; 13 oil. A. J. C0LL13N jiSoea. —BERMAGUI— fiTHliETIC CliUB. Foot-racing Shooting and Bicycle Sports. —TIIE— UIS1L MEET I IS OF THE ABOVE CLUB WILL BE liELD OS 24TH MAT, 1900, At Bermagui. JjPtogMnuine. Opening Handicap of X1 10s. Nomina tion 1/6, post entrance. Distance 125, Bei:ilagtji Handicap of X10 10s. First prize X7, second £2, third XI, fourth 10s. Nomination 3s, acceptance Is. Distance 150yds. Bictcle Eace (handicap) of £i. First prize £2, second XI. Nomination 2s, acceptance Is. Distance about 14 miles. Four competitors or no race. Novel Wheel Eace (handicap) of XI 10s. First prize £1, second 10s. Nomina tion 2s, post entrance. Shooting Match of X3. First prize X2, seeond XI. Nomination 3s. Boot Eace of XI ! Quoit Match of XI. Distance 16yds. Sack Eace of las Throwing at Wicket Other Events to follow. Hdi.es : Sir Joseph Banks' Bules strictly ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANDELO ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 May 1900

CANDELO ATHLETIC CLUB The following are the nominations for the Oandelo Grand Handicap and Birthday Handicap, to be run on Thursday, 24th May (Queen's Birth day :— CANDELO GRAND HANDICAP. W Rixon, Towamba W Robinson, Pambula Jas Robertson, Pambula W A Robertson, Pambula A Grant, Gandelo S Kilkelly, Moruyst T Cartwright, Sydney 8 Thomas, Pambula G Fourter, Old Hat H Elliott, Bega W Rogers, Bombala A Jones, Baiin?dale C E Dejarlais, Bairnsdale W AhFoy, Bombala J Marsh, (a) Sydney H Jone--, Sydney "W H Owers, Cooma T Wheatly, Candelo . O A Manns, Candelo A Gailey, Bemboka Geo. Knight, Kiah River W P Fitzgerald, Bombala J S Schuback, Candelo EI Scott, Candelo E Hubert, (a) Wallaga Late Jack Jabbera, (a) Wallaga Lake BIRTHDAY HANDICAP. " ~ W Rixon, Towamba H Elliott, Bpga J as Moffit, Mooriands, Bega Jaa Doiel, Candelo I E. Ryan Bombala - J Marsh (a) Sydney H Jones, Sydney A Jones, fiairnBdale •O E D"jarlaia, Baimsdale T Wheatly, Candelo W H Owera, Cooma A AfaFoy, Bombala S Thpmas, Pambu...

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 May 1900

The lUeek's Ul at*. The War Office officially announces the re&eipt of good news fro»u Mar king on April 13, in which it was stated that all the wounded were recovering. Baden-Powell aleo men tioned that the Boer besieges s had stripped and flogged such of the native women fugitives that were captured •escaping froai the town. A Reuter message reports in connection with the recent attack on a party of 26 Fingos (natives), while making a raid j from Maftkiug on the besieg< ra' cattle, that one Fingo escaped by concealing himself in some reeds. The others, though armed with obsolete weapons, fought with desperate courage until their ammunition was exhausted. The Boers mowed them all down with Maxim guns. General Suyman then protested against Baden-Powell em ploying barbarians to raid the Boers' cattle. Baden-Powell, in reply, dis. -claimed any responsibility in the matter, adding that the Boers had burnt the kraals and stolen the cattle of Ike natives, who as a cons...

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THE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 May 1900

THE PIG MARKET. Hill Clark & Co., report:— Fat pig market very heavily supplied this week, especially with porkers, wliicli are terribly dull iu consequeno® aud sales difficult to effect, except at very low rates. We quote extra prime and weighty back falters 36s to 42s, odd ones to 60s; prime heavy 31s to 35s, and others from 25s to 30b. Prime aud weighty baconers 34s to 39s, prime and lighter 30s to 33s, light 23s to 29s. Best heavy porkers 19s to 22s, good 16s to 18s, light Its to 15s.

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Max O'Rell on the Boer War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 May 1900

Max O'Rell on the Boer War. 1 Max O'Bell, who is well acquainted with both England and the Trans vaal, in au a'Sdrcss to 1500 people in the Massey-hall, Toronto, which took the lorm of aa entertaining balk upon " John Bull, Sandy and Pa!'," ex pressed his warm sympathy with the British in the struggle in South Africa. His observations were re ceived with ringing applause from all parts of the hou-.e. In introducing this part of his lecture, Max 0'B.ell said :—I have travelled all over the world ; I have resided in the two great republics of the world—in France and in the United StateE—j,nd I have absolutely no hesitation in eaying—I have said it in France in exactly the same words, and I have said it oil every platform in the United S'.ates, and eDjoyed saying it, too—there i8 only one country in the whole world where, socially and politically, the people are perfectly free, and that is Old Englaud. Three days ago in New York, an American, and a very talented one, too, was talking t...

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CORARGO TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 May 1900

COKARGO TENNIS CLUB. TnE annual meeting of the Cobargo tennis club wax held in the School o£ Arts on Monday evening, the presi dent, Mr. W. Boot in the chair. The following were present: Mrs. Walker, Misses Lynch, Pike, Tarlinton, Quinn, O'Reilly, Messrs. Campbell, Walker, Woon and the secretary Mr. F. Kelly. After the minutes of last year's annual meeting had been read and confirmed, the secretary read the fol lowing report: Mr. president, ladies and gentle men ; I have much pleasure in sub mitting my annual report of your club for the year 1S99. There aie 26 members, (12 ladies and 14 gentle-' men). The member's subscrip ion was fixed at 3s 6d for ladies and Sa for gentlemen, and the total receipts from this source amounts lo £b 12s. The aggregate receipts including a balance of fifteen shillings from kit year amount to £7 7s ; while the ex penditure is £5 18s 5J, leaving cash in hand £1 8s 7d. During last year your club played five matches, win ning four and losing one. The tenni...

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 May 1900

The Llieek's CUat*. rnit Britith advance in tlie direction Brand ford is being accentuated. Several divisional brigade leaders have proceeded northwards from Bloerufon iein. General Maxwell, witli four Ijaltfries of field artillery and four ^uns, 1ms gone north from Krnnsfc Krall. Tlio Boers have been driven back along the entire British front. Lord Roberts Is leaving no horses or Eorcge outside the British camps. General Syntuan attached Mafelting with five gui«: on the llih install dropping 30 shells into the women's hospitals, and deliberately attempting to pierce the bombproof shelters. The garrison has been reduced to four ounces of bread daily, the duration of tho Beige beinq; p. question of lood. Colonel Plumer sent natives witli cattle, but they were secured by the Boers who cut the natives' throats. Ok the llih a large force, including a number of Germane, attempted lo dorm the fort. The gar risen quietly aitt'd until the attackxrs were within ehcrt range, Mid then opened l...

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The Love Match of a Princess. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 May 1900

The Love Match of a Princess Qujte r, romance attaches to the mar riage of Crown Princess S epliaiiie of Austria to U<e youug Hungarian diplomatist, Count Lcnyaz, r.tl&clic to the Austrian £tnhassy in London, p>\ acooutit of which wa£ cabled ?, few d*y. a;»o; The Count fell in love with the handsome Archduchess some years ago, and, feeling the prospect of ronr i'ift"»e Jmjiele.sg, he went off to Africa in i!ie hopes of forgetting her. On his return come wonUis ago he met Prin cess Stephanie in Home, and found himself us much in love as ever. Thk lime the Princess was not indifferent (o her suiior, but there were many obstacles in the way of the widow cf iJifi Austrian Crown JVince marrying r «in>plo no'jkman. At last, however e.1! I'.uve been overcome, and ihe Aus trian Emperor Iir.s consented to I he match, on condition that Princebt, Stephanie venources Iter rights and r.ivmdts r.s an Austrian Avehduchcts. IL'i■■ po-iiion :is r OelgiiUi Pritiu-B, •■ill -cu...

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DR. BLACK, M.B., ON DANCING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 May 1900

OR- BLACK, M-B j OK DANCING. Dancing, properly so-called, is the ictive exertion of the body in sprightly graceful movement, accompanied with >xhi)aration of the mind, and ■ when < :hus indulged in by the you rig is a i nost ijeneucial and healthful recrea- | :ion. It is 110 argument r.gaiwst , lancing in itself, that it is so often . ;onnecteil with many thiugs that are injurious, iiuch as heated rooms, late ' lours, and the like—these belong to jther -considerations ; but as an -exer cise, congenial both to the mint's and .he physical requirements of the ■ young, it is, like every cxeruse in wh'c'i l!ie mind enters with pleasure md interest into (lie fxerckes of the , liouy, a n-osu eaioient promoter of health, and it i> much to lie regretted lhat its nLu'e and c.scouvuons, iu some instances, both wi.li physical and moral evil, should cause ila abandon ment iii any place wtieie there are young people. Of dancing as an exercise, Dr. Robinson, in l>is work on Die...

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WHAT the MOUNTED RIFLES DID [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 May 1900

WHAT the MOUNTED KIFLES DID Corporal Owens, of tlio Molong Mounted Rifles, who was wounded in Soutli 'Africa, writes to his brother from Oe Aar, Mareii 5,1 POO : We have had altogether nine engagements, the most exciting one being at Klip Drifii, where we lay under fire of rifle and cannon for fourteen Lours, and could not see one of the men who were firing at us. I was lying down with ray haversack on my bad:. One " bioke' hit it four times, and then I shifted it underneath my body. The next shot went into my thigh. Refferrmg to the hgnting before Orotije surrendered, he says : On Ihe loft of Cronje'b laager, and near Ihe Modder River banks, was a range of I,ills, which were occupied by aboui "00 Boers. It was at this point that the N.S,W. Mounted Rifles showed the " Tommies" what we could do; for, after 400 of Lord Kitchener's 'nurse had tried in vain to take the hill, the Mounted Rifles, numbering 60 men, at the request of Lord Roberts himself, advanced across an open plain under...

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CANDELO ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 May 1900

CANDELO ATHLETIC CLUB. TnE following are the handicaps for the Candelo Grand Haodicap and Birthday Handicap, to he Tun in con nection with the above club's annual race meeting, to take place on Thnrs day, 24th May (Queen's Birthday) :— CANDELO GRAND HANDICAP. yds. J Marsh, (a) Sydney 2 T Cartwright, Sydney . 7 W P Fitzgerald, Borubala 7 H Junes, Sydney 9 C E. Dcjnlais, Bairniidale 9 E Hubert, (a) Wallaga Lake 9 0 A Manns, Candelo 10 H Scott, Candelo 11 Jas Robertson, Parabola 11 A Grant, Candelo 1.2 A Jones, Bairnsdale 12 Jack Jjibbera, (a) Wallaga Lake 12 W Robinson, Pambula 12 A Gaily, Bemboka 13 H Elliott, Bfga 14 G Knight, Kiali 14 S Thomas, Pambula 16 W H Owers, Coonm 16 W Ah Foy, Bombala 16 W A Robertson, Pambula 16 W Rogers, Bombala 36 G Fourter, Old 'Hut 3 6 W Rixon, Towamba 16 S Kilkelly, Moruya 17 J S Schuback, Candelo 21 T Wheatly, Oondelo • 22 MRTBDAY HANDICAP. hj Marsh, (a.) Sydney T Cartwrigbt, Sjdney W P Fitzgerald, Bombala 1 H Jones, Sydney C E Dpjarlais, Bairndale E...

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CECIL RHODES' SISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 May 1900

CECIL RHODES' SISTERS. Miss Rhodes, the sister of Mr. Cecil Rhodes, has never, says a correspcn dcnt of " M.A.P.," shown the slightest fear for her brother's safety daring the long siege of Kiruberley. She told me hat it had been foretold to her, both by cards and by two palmists, that her brother would live four years more, during which time he will achieve more than in all his previous career. Miss Rhodes is short and rather stout, with massive, handsome features', humorous lines round the niouth, and a remark able square, st rong chin. Her hair is touch, d with grey, and her leonine * head seems rather large for her vigor ous frame. She is devoted to her bru-, tlier, and is supposed to be the irequeni recipient of bis confidences on weighty matters. She is a great spiritualist,, regarding death as a mere transition 'stage, which in no way prevents com ruumcation with 'iviug humanity. This view is shared by Cecil Rhodes himself.

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