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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 19, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 May 1900

For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good thai tt>e can do. Cobauqo, Friday, May 19, 1900. If there was one thiug more than another which induced a large number o{ the electors of this colony to vote for the Commonwealth Bill, it was the assurance that Federation would end the days of parochial fiscalism, eojiar oe freatrade and protection were con cerned. Daring the federal campaign,: many of the loading freetraders stated from tlie public platforms that their fiscal consciences would bo satisfied if th°y only got freetrade between the colonies aud protection against the rest of the world, while protectionists were always pledged to that arrange ment, and advocated it. And it is pretty generally accepted as a cer tainty that the federal tariff will be protective in its incidence; in fact, it •was upon this tacit understanding, that four out of the five colonies con sented to discuss tho preliminaries of...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 May 1900

Wi00rX^i^ri'e^icTdii^ Cough- at night j ^^^^*^Gti>it;Tepjpcrai5nt Cure. Is. 6d ■";.]

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 May 1900

CHAPTER VIT. Slab listenrd and heard nothing. She - etood for a moment undcclded, then sfce made up her miud what to do. She crept 'ewxftly . to Sir Pierce's room, looked in, saw him asleep, closed tlicdoor gently^locied it od the out. side, and put the key in her pocket. Then sho Jbtened again, and ttill no soand. r - 1 If she- could get to the servants'; wing and arouse Burns 1 She gath ered her soft skirts around her and glid<d down the back staircase. "Hi! J3heheard something, a noise above. Had the servants been aroused 1 No. She. realised that the tramp had rffected his entrance by the lad ders of the workmen, and was coming' downstairs. She heard, a slow, a t-teahhy walk, creeping, creepiog, but -the stairs were old, and creaked, ■ showing J3»t Jths; weight ^iipon them was no iight ine. It wae*a powerful: nsan whom this sender girl -was going forward to meet, in dead t f night, aione. V. To he OaNTiKOEO.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 May 1900

CfltTAOH S5S.7I3SS. | •niTibi? fcxBVJCES will ho conducted in ihe^ijsbict i-ufeCoHtwfls— •'"•"• V %v .'lV ■] CjLTKOUC, v Wabscelebratedc.t £.30 a.m.,and 11.15 >.xn. «very r<'•A" CobtLtgo,'., ; :-v-V • tveuiug devotion every Suuclay atT^O p/m. •' 3*. £j2k*t. jfigui i:a. : " ,; WESUiTAH Kay 20—Central TiTba, and "VVauduVla 11 j Qaaamti &:>0; .Oouii^oT.yj. . ' 3ff. V»'A LKEit. ' . ^CHimGaoy ehqlIlKD. ■ Tttfliy 20—Gokirgo 11 $ Sunday School 2.30 j Bei

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 May 1900

QUADftlXiXiSS. Tf^HE lSEXT of tlie SERIES of QUAD A EH.I1ES -will lie . liMd in the Schoo of Aits on WEDNESDAY cveuing, 23ri MAT. • ' ■" ' T. 3: WOON") Hon. " A. J. j Sees. MADAM ZING A LEE, ScvciuUfvcy S'atitvi&t § tMl VIEK AT CIBAftCO. Address—Mrs, Sal way's Boarding House. Tilba Tilba, Bodailu., and Moruya to follow. A. P. & H. SOCIETY. FG. ROBERTS has received instruc- j • tious from the Cobargo A. P. end H. Society to sell by auction on SATUR DAY, 19th inat., at 2 p.m., the LEASE of the Showground Paddocks for a Tern of ONE YEAR. ! TENDERS, addressed to the undersigned, (from *hom ptr^ioaUirs may be ob tained), will be received up to the 3Dth INSTANT, for a 3 yeais' Lease of a Paddock at Baxrabaroo, known as Bowne' The highest or any tender not necessarily ac cepted. —COBARGO— TENDERS Department of Public Works, N.8.W. Roads Office, Bega, 17th May, 1900. TENDERS addressed to the Clerk of Petty Sessions at Bega and endorse*! " Tender for Boad Work,' will be recei...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 May 1900

CHAPTER VI. ■"Ica^'tgo duuciiig about while ycu Are so ill, grandfather—it would noi Le de-cent.' 'Decut or indecent,' rejili'.d the old man, irritably, ' I u ir.ii you tj be at this ball. Seymour will, I hope, meet jou there. 1 v.i.h yuu tno to be seca together,' 'Yes, grsiulfUhcr.' She looked at the o'd uia». He •was mending, Dr. Parkea said, but lia also eaid tlijt liia condition was eo cricicii that the sliglites', shock or ex citement might prove instantly fatal Mabel could uob aig;e with him now. Slid lov.d tiiis old ruau very tenderly, end she would do anything to kei'p hiui with hev, Mabel was depressed; Bhe bad litaid from neither of her lover?, and ■whereas ihe silence of the -one only perplexed her because it might mean ■some dt'uper j'usc,' the silence of the other uiadu her wretched, aad she be lli :aned hernelf as ahe pactd slow, tak ing the air. The air wrb depressing, the wind bad blown itself oat, tbe snow had all vanished, and a heavy, mild niuggiaess dominated. ■ ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Bride in Black CHAPTER. V. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 May 1900

. 3,he iinde in Black CHAPTER. V. * Ar.d I have so much to say,' she B^ghed, but in rupture; her tears were ■drying upon his coat. * I will come back to hear it, you darling. Just-now, Mab, I am sum moned. I have worrying business. I shall have to race across country to catch my train after this detour. You. are getting on all right, jay own ?' •Yes, thank you.' Worrying business, has he, limn 1 not,bur den him with uiiun, eho thought-, heroically. Ralph Seymour will keep. Aloud, she murmured, sweet and ehy, ' Corns hack as soon as you can. 1 shall e-iuut lha miuutts uutii 1 see you egai:;.' 'Hiwyoa i?o cheer one,' he said, gratefully. ' Now if you would just kisa me of your own accord. Put your srius round my neck—so, loch into my face—so, aud say what your liea^t j/i'omj.t-.1 Then she kissed him, a-.id— he rode away.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Starts for Bermagui Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 May 1900

Starts for Berma^ui Baces. A Carter ... yds. • •• 2 « Kiltelly ... ... -« F B rice ... • •• 8 W Vaogban 8 T Simpson... D Smith ... ... 9 11 T Inskip ... 11 DGopdtell... 11 J Bettini ... 11 WLaw .. ... ' 11 B McGwth 14 B Annette.;. 14 6 Boyd ... «»♦ IS WMcQrath 16 B Black* ... 16 G Inskip ... 1« J terry • •• ' 17 ALang B O'Neill — 18 18 3 P Wa'ker ... 19 O Barrett 19 . PBeriy ... 20 A Fergneon „ 20 Bic*cm "Bacb. A Thompson (scratch) W Pattemore ... 100 E Griffiths .V. ... 100 W Livingsloiie ... 125 JPRyah^, ... 125

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES FBOM QUAAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 May 1900

NOTES FBOM QUAAM^. ^ | (By Ajax.) A Yes, Mr. Editor, some jealous people attempt to belittle Quanma, but com pared with centres of even larger pre tensions, I claim that oar people are more progressive than they get credit for. And sir, we have m habit of helping ourselves, and we don't do things by halves. For a long time the want of a School of ArtB hae been felt, and at a meeting of the Progress Committee held on Saturday l*Bt, it was decided to call a public meeting j for the 2nd proximo, to consider the! question. Mr. J. Ringland J.P., pre sided, and the other members present vrere: Messrs. G. Hyland, senr, A. -j Eogelman, D. G. Sullivan, G. Hyland, j junr., G. Jones, M. Walsh, and R. J. Logan, (htm sec.) In the matter of sport too, we more than hold our own, simply because pall we together and are thorough, not doing things by half measures. Our cricketers carried off the Association trophy, while in foot ball we have opened veil, and it was a stroke of bad luck that we did no...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW CORPOBAL HARKUS DIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 May 1900

HOW CORPOBAL HA REUS .DIED A short time ago no man'a name vu mom before the public than tbat of Corporal (then only' Trooper) Harkas who was the subject of much abuse bec«ase he saw fit to retara with hit wife to New South Wale* before g»ing to the front. The officer commanding the Lancer regiment (Lieat. Colonel Burns) stovtly upheld the JrtDCtr, and Lis judgment was folly confir«ed by the fact that when, abortiy after be had retained home, Mid attended to private matters, a second contingent was called for, among the fi»t ko volunteer wm Harkus and his old time comrade and fast friend, who had received »ne sane aoase, w. a. Hillis. Harkas was in-tb« employ of tbe Postal Department, Mad the P.M.G., (Mr. Orick), refused to alio* him leave of absence; but Harkns, having made hit own arrangements, resigned his position' When the con tingent was formed, the Government woald not allow the Lancer regiment to send fifteen men, and Harkas was given a well-deserved promotion and raited to t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Coronial Enquiry at Bermagui. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 May 1900

Coronial Enquiry at Bermagui. On Tuesday IaBt before the coroner, 'Mr. H. O. T. Cowdroy J.P., an inquiry was held touching the death of John Gilbert Mowatfc, which oc cuned at Bermagni the previous day. Following were the jofy :—Messrs. T. Kennelly (foreman), G. Organ, H. Williams, D. Dutumore, E. Edwards, J. Phillips, and E. Williams. Wm. Mo watt on oath deposed: Am a son of Gilbert Mowatt, residing with hie parent# at Bermagui. Am 15 years of age. Recollect the night of the accident, Monday last. Was in company with my brother Duncan, Victor Black and Syd Gillard. We were 'possum shooting. The accident happened at 11 o'clock. W« were on the north side of the rirer, three of as were together,. Tietor Black being about 20 yards away. A 'possum nn np the ttee; I tapped the tree with a stick to make him go higher «o that we could 6ee hira better. Syd Oillard called oat, " that would do,". He pointed a doable barrelled breech loading gan at the 'possam, bat took it from his ehoaldcr to...

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LIFE IN MAFEKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

LIFE IN MAFEKING By Lady Sarah Wilson. Fhreb lunar months to-day {I write m-Janualy i, and despatch this day jy a trusty native through Rhodesia, in the faint hope that it may cscape the Boers and reach the Daily Mail) since this town was invested, and we ire still cut off from all communica tion with the outside world, except what can be carried on by the uncer tain means of native runners. Colonel Baden Powell has inspired all ranks -with confidence, while never sparing himself, and seemingly scarcely over to take any rest, he has made the timid feel (hey can repose with confidence, and the pugnacious that no opportunity will be loBt to strike when occasion offers. I wonder > if anybody ab home realises how closely this place has been and is invested. Scarcely a day passes without some white man or native being added to the already sadly long list of those in this tiny community who have been martyrs to this one sided bombardment. Women and children have not escaped scot free; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

A wealthy American Jady named-' AyreapoEsesses thefinest pearl neck-' lace ever made. It is formed of some 60 exquisite shells, and valued at £50,000. Bubonic plague has broken out - To leave a trail of death no doubt ;1 A vile, detestable complaint, O'er which few medicines have restraint. Sow if it were a cough or cold, Though e'er bo deeply tafcen hold, It could be cured with remedy <sure, Wm, E. Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure.

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CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

CHAPTER VIII. | 'Shut the door, Mab—there is no one listening ?' ' No one, grandfather? 'Then come hare close. Did I dream last nightT The terror in the haggard eyes upturned to hers made Mab's heart sick, for now she under stood. ' I dreamed I saw you steal into the room, open my bureau, and take tbersfiom money. Did you do it?' The girl was sil«ut. •I dreamed another thing, 1 saw reflected in that mirror—a face: the owner of the face, if I saw its. < steod jjst outside the door. But he is dead, that man, and the dead cannot come back unless—Mab, was anyone outside that door V . His voice was shrill with terror, hie eyes were starting, big beads stood on his face, his thin hands clutched at the curtains as if with them he would hide himself. Mab looked straight into his eyes with her own sad ones. ' Grandfather, he was there. He must have followed me to make sure and you saw hi*n peering. But I gave hiui the money, and he will keep silence for wages-' Sir Pierce had fall...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

CoughB and Colds never fnilB. 1°. 6d. {or Woods' Great feppermint Cure

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MAN-EATING LIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

MAN-EATING LIONS, Tub annals of sport contain few, if any more sensational, and none so tragic, incidents ee those related by Mr. J. H. Paterson, in au English jsporting paper, concerning his expe riences in South Africa, in connection with the construction of the Uganda railway in British East Africa. The wen employed iu the construction of the line as navvies were Indian coolies and African natives; and so great at length became the terror inspired by the great forest cats that they be. lieved them to be nothing less than devils in the form of lions. The savage creatures seemed to bear a charmed life. Victim after victim disappeared frotg the railway camp at Tsavo. Protect themselves as they wood, the fierce brutes made their way into the men's huts, and every now and again carried off one or two of the men. No one could Bay whose turn would come next. A 'boma' or thorn fence was no protection what ever. The lions would either break through, getting off with a few scratches, seiz-...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

For Chronic Cheat CompL'tints "Wood's \ i Great Pepparuiini-Cure. - Is. Cdi

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" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

"Evil lo Jum who evil think*" THEY SAT: That any . compromise which will j-ro.ve acceptable to the Imperial Go-. verpment and . the -dplegates will be pleasing to Fgjfleralists ; and . That the anti-Ft-deral.. minority will be correspondingly chagrined at the failure oftheirplans to Week Fede ration. That th6'"Chronicle" has been <rl>e means of creating some peculiar friendships and unholy alliatces. \ ' That BuUerbecauaeof his penchant for eronitf£' and , recreating tBs* Tugela is known' in mil itary circles as "Buller the Ferryman," ' That-those wh<>: decry the "They Say" column. ,on; account. of . its per sonal nature, are nonplussed when asked. to point'' out an objectionable item. - -' '-t- • ' That tW. Tifbii "Times'' objects to our criticism)* actions of policemen —as an "ex-jpiteel<it" it probably had good reasoa itd- fear the exposure of newspapei crijjcierai^ i • That'the comparatiyely large attf-n-.; yanc9 ?.t the. Yoiuie, races show...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

GSU3.CS SERVICES. as folic ws j— * ' BOUAtf CATHOLIC, Mess celebrated at S.30 a.m. and' 11.15 a.m. every Suritfay at Cobargo. i,veiling devotion ever? Sunday M7J50 pile. P, Kkkkt. cuvacu oy jzhqlaifd* ilay 27—Waudolla, 11 ; Quaama (H.C.) Uj Cobavgo .7,30. G. SOARE8. TVTny 27—CoLargo U; Bermagui 2.30; Central •TUUa7«39. . w 3f. walsss.

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OUR BEGA BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

OUR BEGABUDGET. (By Nemo) Maeekikg relieved ! And so is every, body «l3e; ;jwt .leaat, to be more ex plicit, fevery true-born Britisher—and they are" innumerable—is 'chest full* of pratriotigm of tbe brimstone variety because the British arms and bulldog determination, have achieved the, crowning success-^-the relief of Mafe king-r-of. the present South African d&mpaign. - For months past the patriots of Bega have been anxiously awaiting the consummation of this glorious deed, never for a moment entertaining the least apprehension as to its ultimate accomplishment; but,' nevertbelfcsv s when word confirming the first dubious report arrived, every one's face betrayed the fact that the. long pent' up -tension, caused ■ by anxiety, hud alst> beon eelieved. And many weref -thft'''flags1 "that flew in token of the triumpfi of the gallant little isolated gatrison over, the inves ting foe; whilst those who "found ic impossible, to contain their j.oj, found relief in - the conten...

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