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

~ QUAAMA. ^ A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in . the Lyceum Hall, Quaauia, on SA TURDAY, 2nd JUNE, at 3.30 p.m., with the view of obtaining a local SCHOOL OF ARTS. .B. J. LOGAN, Hon. Sec. Quaama Progrees Committee. —UNRESERVED— CLEARANCE SALE On Thursday, 31st May, at 2 o'clock. ON ME. KING'S FARM, VERONA, By Order and on account of Mr. Henry Bown (who is leaving the district) XJELL and ALLAN have received in stinctions from Mr; H. Bown to sell by public auction as above, 16 First-class Young Cows, in full milk 7 Springing Heifers 6 Springing Cows 4 Steers Hotatein Bull . Sow and bittee (11) •. Breeding Sow 2 SCore Rgs ■ . Cheese Plant, 130-galloli Pot Churn. Hough'; Hurrowe 2 Tons Clmff ■ Quantity Flooring Boards 14 Sheets Galvanised Iron 40 Crafted Fruit Trees, Water Cast Sundries toonumeroue to mention. ■—XVBO-r 80 ACRES C.P. LANP,;fceii>B Portions'160, 172 and 173, parish of Murrabrine, County of Auckland, well-watered by the Dry Barer and creeks, and securely fenced. Adjoining...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

OUR TELEGRAMS (From odb Svdnby Correspondent.) ■ ; l" Sydney, Thursday. (The Premier, jSTr,.. J. Lyne, who has just bad thp honor of Knighthood, conferred r nppn him, is receiving batches of: 5 congratulatory messages from numbers of political parties, and from the-leading-citizens of the other cplonies. ■ -J ■ ■ The heavy rain fell continuously yesterday and all outdoor sports were abandoned with the exception of the races. The steamer Moravian with the invalided-Australians on board, has arrived at Melbourne and warmly welcomed by friends and relatives. The majority looked well though some walked with the aid of crutches and sticks London Thursday. A strong Boer commando with ten guns is posted twelve miles west of PickBburg. Hutton's Brigade is marching on Leenenvil, north west of Leilbarn. Eighty Boers under 'Eloff at M&fe king deserted owing to the deadly fire of the British.' Roberts' - speed, strategy and strength are overwhelming and de moralising the Boersi Roberts ...

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

s&'S^OTX^fl^VHaEking, Congh at night 0fp(^^c(at Veppsrwat Care. Is. 6d.

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RESUMING LARGE ESTATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

RESUMING LiEGE ESTATES The desirableness of the Government bringing in a Closer Settlement Bill next session was impressed upon the Premier on Friday by a deputation consisting of Messrs. Rose, Waddell, Kidd, Clark, Carroll, Austin Chap man, Richards, Byrne, a'ud Dight, Ms.P. Mr. Rose spoke first. He apolo gised for the absence of a number of members of Parliament, who, however, he said, agreed with the proposal which was to be brought under the Premier's attention. The object of Uie deputaliou was to ask tfae Premier to introduce a bill, and make it a Government measure . next session, for ilie resumption of large estates, as bad hren done in Queensland and New Zealand. To show the extent to which closer settlement would be made possible in N.S.W., he would point oat'that they had 656 holdings, averaging 31,000 acres each, and totalling over 20,000,000 acres. In the Riverina there were 193 estates, representing 13,500,000 acres, and averaging 43,000 acres each, and totalling 73 per...

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SPEECH BY MR. SYMON, Q.C. Vigorous Attack on Mr. Chamberlain. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

SPEECH BY MR. SYMON, Q.C. Vigorous Attack on Mr.: ■Chamberlain. Mb. J. H. Sjmon, Q C-, who was one of the South Australian delegates in tbe Federal Convention, made a moat important speech on Mr. Cham berlain and tbe Commonwealth Bill at Stirling lost week. lie said, when anyone told them that the appeal to the' Privy Council was the right of every British suhjeet, they should reply that that statement was not true, and that were there 40 millions of British subjects, men,' women, and children,' Within the British Islands who had sot that right. What was more, they would not have it. His text) that night would be, "Mr, Cham berlain Feeling the Australian Pulse.** Mr. Chamberlain forgot that we Aus tralians were robust and well able to take care of ourselves. He forgot that the pulso of Australia was felt at the referendum. He forgot that ii then showed 377,000 beats in favor of the Commonwealth Bill—the people's charter—and only 144,000 beats the ' other Wajr. The question now was, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Bride in Black. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

The Bride in Black Site Jeoied behind tier, and the thought of the old" man whom ehe must eh.eld gave her courage. A swing door or baize shut of the passage to the servants' wing. Mat. reachtd tbati door and paused, her band upon its knob. The stop came on. It had descended the stairs, and was stealthily moving along the '.passage.' It also reached the door and stopped. Mab heard in the intense quietude the beating of her own heart and the breathing of some other person just on the other side of the door. A. j-1 of incandescent gas was on the wali. Mab turned it up and Bwung open the door. For a moment the burglar was the more startled of the two, for he had sot expected this vision, and Mab was not surprised to see tbe villainous countenance of tiie tramp whom she had met that afternoon. He stared, blinking at the lovely figure, with its white shimmering draperies, its soft gleaming pearls and skin, its shining hair, and, more abj tonishiog tbau all, its calm undaunted face. • I sa...

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

For Bronchial Coughs take'Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is. GcL

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

The OClcek-s Cllai?. TBe war excitement -of the week was the relief of Mafeking. Thu Pcrtu gueee officials at Deiagoa Bay reported that a relieving force cut off a 'party of Boers winch was' storming ilafe tirig," and' • thus relieved the tdwn The attack made by die • Boers under Commandant Synraaavon Sundny was crushingly repulsed; hy • the garrison under the command of Colonel Badens. Powell. The news of the relief was lead in tha British Parliament; and reoeived with great cheering, and crowds watted for hoofs in London to hear the'official confirmation.' Colouel Baden-Powell captured. General El off (grandson of President Krug^r) and 90 prisoners in the desperate fight which took place at ■. Mafeking on Saturday. Colonel Baden Powell, having allowed General Eloff to enter t he enclosure, the garriggii fired from loopholes and burrows," "killing 'fifty Boers. .It is affijjii&r °(|t. Liabon^that President Krugw hits' drSbrod ^ tlie Portuguese Consul to Pretoria. TbeSecreta...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

wffkc.v calen par. p<vaottli«.l Day of j .Sun. .1 -.1 iloutli i Kisef | I Moon I KlSOS ,„o« i..^5'.|jij.4 5588j ' k wi i-r * 68J 28 | 6 4§| ^ 671 29U6-481 4«7f i :4 67 f v,;.3I (rf ,6 -50 | . 4 58 J Satubcav Gunu&Y i ■: UOJiDAY. TojiflDiiyV* WiBJTSsb ir 2 68 4.,6 5,'i3 6 SO 1 21 ■ 8 >18.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

COBARGO HOTEL. SSVEBYTHItf0 AS IT 0T7GHT TO SB. 1XTENSIVE STABL1NC. EXPERIENCED CROOM. James Oraham. COBARGO J. Proprietor. T. Keating hag much pleasure in ■in forming tbe leaidents of COBARGO and {■nrrftondinp3)isir eta tbst he has tuken over 'the above well-known Hotel, and hopes. by keeping the BEST BHANDj of WINES, ■6PIK1T8, ALES, etc., to merit a '{air ■share of support. ;SPECIAL ATTENTION will be paid to 'the wants of Commercial and other Travel ■lore. Consmbdious Sample Booms available. ■GOOD STABLING and a competent groom in attendance. J. T. K. bogs to announce for the benr !fit o£ visitors from tho TILBA, NOO EOOMA, BODALLA and NEBKIGUNDAH, '•DISTKICTS that h!s Hotel possesses nil the1 . comforts ofa borne, while good horee feed •and slabe accomroouation are made speciali ties Of the establishment. HORSES & BUGGY FOR HIKE The Central BEGA. ^nder New acsaggemeat. .MRS. RAFTER *M~>EGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA '-■> that they will fiud the CENTKdL 'OffeiaSpeci'...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

, local and general news. Hiire is a problem in simple pro- ] portion.: If a Vwitjaess in a local.SmaM Debts case, raiding,. 300. yards " from the Court and. in attendance-half an houf", receives five Shillings for expen ses, what,' .on a ^milar scale, wonld he receive if he had to appear before tho Privy ^oirn^'ln Xondbfx, invol ving an'alisence months? : JWnmi., ^.CflpBfpbJe '\pijtney., was, passing tl)rpu^}i ,.Cu^r^ lea' route to" Bombala, he4pst, n valuable ring. He made diligent scarch 'for IKe lost artclei: -■imt- withottt success, rand' he arcired a b his destfxi%iii6ti tftider "theconviction that he had, seetT'tlie "last. of his ring. Sqim iri! ifora bala he ■; h«d^ occasion-io -hand lei his tra.velHng Vug, ~whfen out- fell the Jost ring. This rug had been taken out and shakentimes.on, the jour ney, and it. is a-mystery where the ring could nave been" secreted. " It is noteworthy ihat TVIr. Whitney found the -iitfg' imm^urtely* titer' Jib''liad read the advertigewent in this...

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The Chronicle. For the cause that tacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. COBARGO, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1900

For the catisc tliamacks> assistance,: For lite wrongs thai need resistance, For the future iitsllie-. djstQiicej And the $00$ tltat-tc&cpu do. „ , CoBAnaOjS&ATif^iife^, -Ma* 26,-1900. The aw6tion-qf Jhp resumption of tho large: Estates of the colony in an inter mittent way has inccupiod the atten tion ot .successive gpvei-nmeiite of vtfHous'braiida, but-ijioae «l: tfaeia, -as yet, seem to have had the pluck- to. close will -1;IiJ&^i&nd l&gislaiavely' deal with it. Aj&%ju» is;.aothing Bttrprisin'g in thiar For it requires a strong aud bolcjrftiatfto grappjj) ;^tlh a subjcfef* inrolringr; tfce.'- yieleu$-« ^ turbance of one of the largest and most important Tested interests in the colony, and tile yeh^titiht atid bitter enmity of an immensely influential aad^fiWanci^T^po'werful section of the population? And; after all, Prime Ministers and their Ministries .are only human, and they do not, as a rule, rush into legislation of a radica...

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THAT IDEAL NEWSPAPER A Compositor who Committed Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900

THAT IDEAL NEWSPAPER A Compositor who Committed Suicide. A London paper tells a remarkable story in connection wi'li the Rev. Sheldon's attempt to run a newspaper as ChrUt would run it. It is alleged ibat before be took over (he paper he asked all its employees to abstain from the use of tobacco and liquor during Id's week of control. It was to be a sort of millennial period in the paper's history, something like the reiga of the Baints for a thousand years on earth. During this six days' self, denial nothing was to be heard but (he ruth of the presses—and the curves of the advertisement manager when he found that Mr. Sheldon had struck out columns of dubious adver tisements. For this EdeD, J. • S. Pt ffer, one of the compositors, was evidently unsuited. His father, W. A. Peflar, was formerly a "Silver" Senator of the U.S.A, famous for his long, sweeping beard and whiskers, through which the winds of Washing ton fitfully blew. The Silver Senator's son celebrated the total abstinence...

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CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900

CHAPTER IX. Mab shrank from meeting Ralph Coughs and Colds never fnile. la. 6d. for Woods* Great Peppermint Cure Seymour after that episode of the "fence, and Mr. Seymour shrank ap parently from mee t ng the g'rl wlio had witnessed Lis huiuiiitien, and as Mab secluded lurself in lier grand room he did not come there. But she met him once on the stairs, and lie greeted licr with a scowl which would have done crtdit to a demon. • I shall have my revenge,' he mut tered, and the girl shivered. Bid lie nuan reve ge on Lord Fearon! She watch'd his movements narrowly after that, and Bhe saw at mething « hich made her suspicious. She heard him moving curiously in hts room, and at intervals speaking to himself. She listened outside the door, and heard words which made her flesh creep. | «Bevenge! It needs but one blow,' and ilie tone of the smothered voice was awful. Q.1 Mab tried the handle,V but the"door was locked ; again 'she heard , those vindictive accents, aud.jghe ran down s'airs and...

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GENERAL GATACRE'S RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900

GENERAL GmCRE'S RETURN. ! , A soldier who received his Bret com. mistion in 18C2 deserves a long 'furlough in 1900. Sir William Forbes Gatacrp, K.C.B., D.S.O., commenced li:s military service as a cornet in 18G2, iu 18G4 he was promoted to lieutenant, in 1S70 to captain, in 1881 to niujcr, in 1882 to lieutenant colonel, in 188G to co'ontd, and in 1898 to irifipr-gem-ral. That is the bare outline of his career in the army, but, it is easy to till in (he intervening time with a recoid of brilliant and entirely succes ful work, in India and the Soudan, under peculiarly difficult circunihtances. In the'service he is known as Bill Backacher, and the nickname is de-. rived from the fact tiiat he works his men hard, very hard, and yet they do not grumble, for they recognise in him an able, if reckless, general, and an experienced and cautious soldier. Certainly he is .unlucky, but no man is beyond the reach of Kismet In the late G. W. Stevens' book, "With Kitchener to Khartoum," Gatacre is...

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Our Dairy Herds and How to Improve Them. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900

Our Dairy Herds and How to Improve Them The following is taken from a paper riad 'by Mr. Albert Williams, of Tarro, before the Hunter River Agri cultural Society, at West Maitland :— How are we going to improve our dairy herd*? The first thing to be done is to get a good bull. When I 8aj good I mean not merely good looking or pure bred, or of "soma fancy color, but one that you are sure has descended from really good milking stock on both sides. I wish to be understood on this point, because here is where the danger lies, and the greatest care should be taken in the introduction of the bull into your her because it is a question of time to know what you have done. It will be three yearB before you can form an idea, because the only reliable proof will be in the heifers. If they should prove good then you have done well; but if, on the other hand, they are not good, you have damaged your herd, for in threo years you have increased a good number, and it will take you years to get back...

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Our Centrilba Contemporary. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900

Our Centrilba Contemporary. During tbe post few weeks the Cen trilba organ has subjected us to tbe lowest abase—bat even tbe Times man apparently has a remnant of conscience left, for it has partially abandoned its low tactics. We fully appreciate tbe remorse of spirit which has prompted this altered line of conduct, and . we would be wanting in magnanimity if we made more than a passing allusion to its evident contrition. The Oen. trilba organ now harks back to'our leader of the 4th instant, wherein we exercised the right of every individual in the colony—the right to criticise the public actions of our public men. In (he article named, Messrs. Clarke and Millard, Ms.P., were tbe objects of our stricture?, and the Centrilba organ abuses us for daring to Bay any thing about these men—while our subscribers generally and the Quaama Progress Committee expressly com. mend us for the stand taken. Who is likely to give an unbiassed opinion —our subscribers or a jaundiced, sore headed, nei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900

attend. IJv order, E. l'vKVXKLL, District Malinger. BERMAGUI ATHLETIC CLUB mi SPpffTS >oned -UNTIL— Wednesday, June 6. JAMES P. BILEY ^ Hon. J. A.. McINTOSH j Sees. —THK A/raU.-'L C1TH0HC BALL (Which was,3dreijj&0'i for 3C'th May) Vu TO Weduc^/ 4U1 July. Tickets 7/G a^<l 5/- Extra Ln<ly 2Jfi. Ntllie Tabmntok "( Hon. M; A. Tam.inton j Sees. J. WOONVHon. J. CULLEN ) Sees. Re-appraisement of t. on ciitional Purchases. LARGE PBOPOBTION of C.fs. i\. talien up during tlio last 20 years in the Moruya Land District ore not worth 20s per acre, and an Act has tjgbn passed permitting, holders to tappl? fmt a re-ap praisement' with a view ol deducing the total payments to 15s, or pedfaps less, per acre. M Any holder of C.P. Land Mm have his or her land re-appraised.. M The undersigned is prewired to make the necessary application anWappear before the Land Board for intending applicants. Instructions may be left with Mr. W. Boot, from whom particulars of costs ma...

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" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900

" Evil to him tcho evil lliinltt." THEY SAY: That it is to be regretted that , the Bciruugui ball and the Colinrgo quadrilles will c'aih. That it is hoped the * rein >val' of the post office pine tree is a good omen. That the Tilbn and Cobargo football te.'im? will meet on (lie latter'a ground to-morrow—no official confirmation. Thaton Weilucsday the'" Chronic"e'' received news of lite capture of Johanne^berg, and at once po tted the information atioufc the town ; buto That the item had apparently already, with smie people, becoran ancient—history and yet we know of no enterprising individual who gets pri vate telegrams about the war. That Field-Marshall Roberts'1 great enveloping movement" is one of thi> greatest strategical masterpieces of any day. That with the capture nf Johannes burg and a similar early fate for Vre toria, the close of the war is within measurable distance. That owing to the prompt action of the Government, the plague has been almost suppressed. That (he ...

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900

The Greek's UUar. Thf Boer forces in the Upper Free Siate are now in headlong flight norj liwards i efo.'c the BiiUah forces, which 'are steadily udvancing under Lord Roberts; It is announced tliat G-neral French, commanding the Cavalry Division, has reaehei1. Pros pect, a small town about ten mile.i north of H'.ilbron. Additional in formation is now to haud showing; that the'' enTg'-tio cavalry leader Ins arrived with 3)00 men and 10 guns at Vrcd'.fort, an important town lyin_; we.it of the t.'tiin'fiy liup, 41 n;i!e north-west of Heilbron, and only about four miles south cf the Yaal River. Loi<1 Robetts haa not re cently forwarded uny despatches deal ing with the progress of the campaign. The D.lagoa Bay correspondent of the Times states that President Krug< r favors surrender, alleging that a continuance of the war would imperil the property and other-wise inflict great hardships upon the bur ghets of the Republic. According to the Times correspondent, the P...

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