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SACRILIGIOUS BOERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900
SACEILIGIOUS BOERS. A Domjucak nun, wri.ing a little while back from Natal to a friend in Sydney, gives a pa hetic account of tlx'. hardships, suffering, and losses of one Sisterhood in Newcastle and Dundee. From the nun's letter, which was publishud in last week's Freeman's Journal, we take the follow ing:—' Before war was proclaimed we wi-re. for three or four weeks in daily terror at N wcostle, as it is on tlie bordflt- befcn-e»n Natal and ihe Tram vaal. The B it'sh had not sufficient troops out at the time to defend -it, and they did not want to go to war if it were pos-i>l«i to avoid it. Know ing how much the Boera dial ke Catholics, we feared failing into their hands. The Boers hate the Catholics with a deadly hatred, and tbey had & law in the Tr.insvaal that' no Catholic was to hold any office under Govern meat,' they wtre to be classed with the JewB and colored people. And Kruger said over and over that if the Boers were victorijus in this war they would drive eve...
The Bride in Black. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900
The Bride in Black CHAPTER VIII. ' Tmust have my pound of Arali,' said Mr. Seymour, with a hideous smile. Miss M.lancy, will you uiariy me V She pressfd her hands upon her i «yes, che was sorely tried. ' In spite of what I said V she stam mered. ' Partly on account of what you have said. You have tnade mo im placable,' he said. ' If—I tell you something else— that I love another man—with my whole heart V . '• ■ 'You arouse my jealousy. No other man shall have, you.' *1 must have time to think,' the poor girl moaned. * I legist that I cannot allow you tliat. \Y hatevi r is arranged inut-t be done at once. Either our marriage immediately'—Mub thuddcrcd though her eyes wurc covered—' or the loug deffrrpd trial of the man who has so grossly deceived the world.' , Mabel—my child,' the old coward upon the b»d wailed shrilly. Though her hands still covered her eyes Mab saw the piteous, aged face, the haggard, wild, imploring eyes of the man whose long-eluded punish fcad overtaken him. Can ...
OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900
OUR TELEGRAMS (FuOsi our-Stdnkv coriiespondknt.) . Sydney wed iia-cuy. It is officially announc d that Joliaunesbarg has been captured. Sydney, Thursday. Butter : Creamery and factory 9J to 10J, dairy 8 1 to 8Jd, cheese 5Jd to GJil, eggs Is 4d to Is 61, bacon 5&4 to 7 id, hums 7£d to 9d, fowls 2s to 38, ducks 2s to 2j 9d. The news of tlij. arrival of tlio Bri tish troop3 at Johartnesberg has cans d gn at njo:tings in the other col nies. The Cabinet will this week defi nitely decide the Ministerial -pro gramme for the coming session. Twenty thousand school children took part in the ath'etic display on the Association cricket ground yester day. 30,000 spectators were present;, and the cash token at the gateB amounted to £540. The display is unanimously ' described as -the most brilliant scene ever witnessed in Sjdney. Arrangements hare already com. menced in Adelaide 'to hold a great l demonstration upon the declaration of | peace in South Africa. I No fresh cases of plague we...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900
• OHtTflCH SEEVK3S. Bmirs services will be conducted in .the district as followB:— ROKAJ? catholic, celebrated at &30 a.m. and 11.15 a.m. «very Sunday at Cotargo. Ji.yet.ins devotion every Sunday'at 7.30 p.m. P. Keknt. caoaca of ebolad!). June S-vCo^targo U HX. • Dignnm'a 2. 30 ; Tilba ii.c. r.so.v. G. Soabks. TVBSLEYAN M. Waxkeb.
TOUCHING STORY BY A BOER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900
TOUCHING STORY BY A BOER. A Boer hag described the .magnificent courage displayed by the Australians when they attempted to rescue the Wbrcestere who had fallen into a Boer trap. The fight took place near Colesberg during the struggle round that town. 1 What do you' fellows think of Australians as fighters 7 P I asked the question carelessly, but the answer that I got brought me to my bearings quickly, for then I learnt that more than one gallant Australian officer dear to we bad fallen never to -rise again since I had been taken prisoner. The man who spoke was little more than a lad, a pale-faced, slenderly-built son of the veldt, fie had tangled curly hair, and bif, pathetic blue eyes, soft as a girl's, and . limbs thai. lacked! the ragged'strength of the old Boerstbok ^^niffchere was that namelesl * something,'&lt; that inde finable egression in '-hit) face, which warranted him a brave .man. He carried one arm in a sling, and the bandage round his neck hid a-bullet wound....
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900
WEEKLY CALENDAR. l)f\> of ilia ! IVy 1-f I Sun 1 f»n I 11'on \\'w k. | MoVif h | Rises j - els | Kines Fliinw | Jun 1 I 6 50 | 4;>i] 95! ,-A'irn: av I „ 8 | 0 61 « 4 50 | 10 80 Frxn V I „ 3 I 6 52 I 4 55 11 3 M .: n\y. j „ 4 I C 52 | 4 55 | II S5 Tr*>*n*y „ 5 | 6 53 4 55 , P. M. W'dnkadv | „ 6 . 6 54 | 4 54 i 12 32 j TlltriSD Y i „ t ! 6 54 j 4 54 ! 1 2
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900
COBARGO HOTEL. STERYTSIITG A3 XT OTJBHT TO BE. James ftaliai. fQST OFFICE Hem, COBAfiGO, T. T.Xm*TXETG Proprietor. * KtAttfS1' hasfr much pleasure in 4: formingMHrresiden«of COBARGO and ^urri'uupSStets uitMiiraieD ovar the above Mil•kngwoAotel. Aid keeping thl HEp^fflHANBr^flM^NBS, £PIbljr\jkI^i^T a fair ehato dMo|iport. ' 8PKCIA1, AlTGtflON will be r»'d to &lt;he wants of Commejbial and olber Travel Sere. Commodious Sample Booms available. 1 GOOD BffABMNO and a competent pgroom in attendance. J J. T. K. 'begs to annonnoe for the benf «fit-o£ visitors from tho T1L1!A. NOO lltOOMA, BODALLA unci NEUHIGUSBlVH tol8TBICT8 that h:s Hotel ^obsesses nil the (eouifoits of a home, while good hori-e feed and s'ebe accommodation are wade speciali ties ef the establishment. HORSES & BUGGY FOR HIRE The Central J4°tel, 1 BEGA. Vnd«f Rew Kcasgmfst MRS. RAFTER BEGS to Temiod VISITORS to BEGA that tf>evwill iud tfee CENfUAL ioffera 8peci-£jTOv*ot»ge«. being fartiislied jthrcnfehout...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Wesletan services for Sunday:— Murrah and Central Tilba, XI aim.; Bermagui 2.20 p.m., Cobargo 7.30 p.m. I Thk specifications for the additions to tlie wberf and store at Beruoagui South provide for an extension of 15 ^ feet to the former, while the ; width is to be increased by ' 20 feet. The store accommodation,1 with the proposed addition, will give a i floor space of about 2000, feet A* the local post office, P.M.: "Whatdelayed you, driver 1" Driver: i ■"Damaged roads and culverts."; P.M.: "You'd better look out, or the local inkslinger-will be getting on to ] youl" Now, the 'inkslinger' has never had occasion to complain of irregularity on the part of the con-1 tractor or his careful and obliging drivers. As a eiatter of fact, never in the history of mail contracting in this district have the mails been carried with such steady regularity. Our complaints have always been about the conduct of business in the local post office—and that only. And if our teleg...
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, JUNE 1, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 June 1900
For the came that lacks assistance, For the tcrungs that need resistance, Fur t>'f future in the distance, And the good that tee can do. CoiAugo, Friday, June 1, 1900. CuxsBavATiaii dies hard anywhere Imt especially in this country—Aus tralia. Popular reforms come tardily and grudgingly from the old school of puiiticiaas ; but thanks to an intelli (teot democracy, educated by a liberal, fearless, and sympathetic press, the democrats have within the last two decades won three reforms which must eventually prove the foundation of further blessings, and make for our mtional welfare. One man-one voie, single electorates, and payment o£ Parliamentary representatives form tlie bedrock upon'which democracy of the most advanced character may rise triumphant. Still, that, we have only mou to the first rung of the democratic Udder ia shown by the constitution of two important deliberative and administrative bodies which at pro sent figure prominently before the Anstrulisn public—the Sydney...
SIR WILLIAM LYNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900
SIR WILLIAM LYNE. Among the &lt; birthday honors' conferred * Mis year is a knighthood for the New South Wa'es Premier, who in future mil be] known as Sir Willian Lyno K.C.M.G. A year ago the acceptance of this knighthood would in- many -quarters be provocative of something ■very much akin to derision. Buc of late Australia, has found herself to fce wonderfully leys), and the Queen's honors have much risen in value. Sir William may therefore be con gratulated by liig fijends, without the complimentary speeches being hauntefl by the fear, that has been imposed a serious handicap on himself in future contests for popular approval. It fc an open secret that on -more than one occasion Mr. XJeorge Eeid might have become Sir George Rsifi, and that personally hie fancies were -strongly inclined that way. Your "very ardent Radical is generally hungry after | titles. Ia America, where a Republr can form of Government forbids the j badges of 1 eSfate and slavish monar ■ chies, citizen...
The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900
The Uleek's Olat>. Pretoria hasbeen abandoned by the iBuere. Eruger has fled to Watervon bovcn on (lie ■Delagoa Bay line, south of Lydenburg, Lord Roberts dis fatchrti a -force to sHaiherly, a email place about 10 wiles east of Pretoria, where it was understood that Kruger had ro',ired. WJiile the force was -en route Kroger fled. The Burgomaster of Pretoria summoned a "public meet ing, iit which a committee waseleotid to preserve ordrt in the city, and to receive the Britiab. Among ihe ibfiii bcis appointed on the comtiittee are Chief JiiBlicc Gregorowsk', Mr. S. -Marks, of (he famous concessionaire firm of Lewis and Marks, and Mr. Lovcday, the progressive Volksraad representative-of the Burlier km gold fields. The crowds 5n tbe city are quiet, but cxpcclant. All the Boer garrisons round Pretoria have bpen dismissed. Lord Roberts is hastening to Pretoria. He has. sent officers to Johannesburg to dictate the terms of surrender. The rapidity with which; Lord Roberts' -recent succes...
LOUIS BOTHA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900
LOUIS BOTHA. The " Koluischi Zeitung" gives the following sketch of Joubert's succes sor :— In the 'battles on the Tugftla the name of Louis Botha has . been fre quently mentioned. It 'woe -ho who, during the tima of Joubert's illness 'in the months of December and January, which necessitated his absence from; the Boer camp, represented the Commandant-general, and 'undertook the-defence-of thefortified lines. 'On the occasion of the thiid advance of Bulled from the 5th to the 8th February,''Botha also was not at the front,' but at home upon furlough. Doubtless after the bloody 'defeat of the English on the 24th of January, at Spion Kop he bad not -expected that a fresh attempt would be^nade in so short a time. Nevertheless 'he arrived timely enough in the night between theSthandCth February to take over the&lt; command and to check tho forward'movement of the English. Then later, on the fourth and last attack by Bailer, ho was able to inspire -his men to resist to the utterm...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900
roTicE. The unArsi, StauneU' S Comfortable Horses. G. MARTIN, Builder Cfcntractor. Plans and fpe^MtiytfTrffiwrftt^rfad Jati mated'giv-inforMll \V| BERM AG CI-STREET, COBAKGO. WRICHTSOH ARB G0E5T. Estimates of all work given A^I>. BURNS, 'General Blacksmith W. ACKERLEY The dirte-of each tUK (about monthly) will lie duly advertised in this paper. Addbess.: HEATING'S HOTEL, COBAHGO. Solicitors, &c., J3E6A. A MEMBER OF THK FJKM WILL VI61T COS v«r. unrjy 12tfc, February Sth,A|mFNWth, May d, July 20th, August r 21 et, October IStth, ■December-21st. Mr. Blouifield tiay always be consulted ot Graham's Hotel the snglit before Court. AT fE3k avo uii;lelro)getJ qprlil-yA «p> h wsysinoliendaDoe, ly attention to pat share of sopport, w tomnr* T«iy best obligJrE shopman is the proprietor liopet M18 tO MlDeX ft full FAMILIES WAITED tiN TOR 9R0EBB —DOST POI'GKT—*' ANNETTS,i^ NKXT TO POST OFFICE STOHKH. J, COLLI] EGA, THAT HE WILL Monthly. be seen end time, of visit 1MB. J. P. WALKER'S...
MRS. GRUNDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900
MRS- GRUNDY. We are often consumed with Anxiety to know whatothers think of us, but we really wonder why ? Why should the opinion of outsiders be rated so highly, and why should they be deemed better judges of our actions than we ourselves ? To "see ourselves as others-see ■us"-might not afford us such satisfaction (or evtn amusement) as we imagine. We know why we' tied our money in a corner of our handkerchief; they do not, and in their eyes the act seems ludicrous in. the extreme. "We 'had "been relieved of our purse on several occasions, and. found that a paltry 'handkerchief was allowed to lie in our pocket snugly guarding'our treasure. And soon in matters &lt;of more importance than purses and handkerchiefs. Concerning private affairs, What has the view- of other people to do with us 1 And concerning public matters, surely an honarable 'instinct is the best guide and infinitely 'less conflict ing. We have all heard the proverb, "Many men many minds." Mrs.. -Grundy is no...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900
FANC1T GOODS EM PORIUM. It FROFRIETOR C&lt;JNFECT1&lt;7K E U ^1p|b ClFA|l§^t:^4JtE^TES hf>S«FUMERY CROCKEIfY & GLAFSWARE. HAIBDRESSISG and SHAVWG Saloon In charge of competent band. CLUB MEMBERSHIP 3/ BURY, Mrs. mpa&r'/ JJftase, Cobarga. Charge ode rate. —Tlie Cabargo— 4 CHRONICLE' Published at the Registered. Office, Moruya-road, Cobargo, £very Friday The 'curricle' aeais vigo^iisff "with all pub lic questions^and especially with those of Local Inte rest, and is already" recognised as the only Progressive Newspaper —IN THE— TWO ELECTORATES, &lt;(Bcga ■& Moruya) o Original Items, Local ot District News, and Newspaper Clippings gladly rececived from any person. District Grievances reported to tlie 'Chronicle' Trill receive prompt attention and the treat ment they deserve. v The names of all contrIbtf« must accompany original matter as an evidence of good faith. All subscribers who do not receive their papers regularly will oblige by ...
CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900
CHAPTER X. She was dressed all in Mack, and she had leen crying.; a more dolorous brWe had never been' seen. v The dress was of fine 'black cloth, and it had been pretty with little touches of soft pink&lt;-velvefc, but M&lt;ab had /ruth lessly tora them all off, and in black, unrelieved, with sw.-et eyes red with weeping and fair -iace stained with tears, she came into the suoligbt and the drawing-room to be -married by special license. Sir Pierce, who had been wheel- d in an invalid chair for the ceremony, Icolc©d at. his victim and then looked very sharply away. \Mal> went up to . him gently and kissed him. ' It will be all tight, grandfather,' she said, tremulously. 'Ib will be all quite right, "Mab, dearest,' said Mr. Ralph Seymour, advancing with a skip. He appeared now the bland and joyous, also harm less individual which he '"bad first seemed to be. He look Mab's band and spoke chirpily: ' I -lurve the special license and the ring here, and the clergyman i...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900
WEEKLY CALENDAR. I l)«vs of ih» J Usy of | Sun I Eun I Moon | ,\1 i.uill | Kisbq I els | Fbiua* i j ® tti 1 ! a 'it BATHBt>A* | ., 9 6 64 4 541 2 8 hBNo. v 10 6oo 4 61, 2 47 Mu»W* J U' ® f® J f lu 2 SI TDR8DAT | „ 12 I 6 66 4 64 I 4 SI V DNKt-D? | „ 13 6 50 4 64 I 6 16 ThU>iB1>aY j ,,141 6 57 | 4 54 J 6 18
The Bride in Black CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900
The Bride in Black rfTAlPTlER rX". He Bat bo still, and his attitude was. so constrained, that for a moment Ihe girl thought she had come too late, and, in her agony, she rapped fiercely on tha. window. A living man -spraug to his feet and threw it open, and bb she ran in, clutching liis arm, the man said : • Dear Mab, you come 'in' the very nick of time !' •Has he—got here?' -she panted, "wildly, looking round. "For answer he drew her to the talile -and pointed to someihing, and she, with her eyes full &lt;,f gleaming daggers, saw only a portiait of herself,- aa she ■4ad appeared at the village inn. It was cwjnisi'ely (1°ne 5 !t had cftu8llfc Tier swt etest look, but, oh, the frivolity of it when life was trembling in the ^balance. ' I have been longing to compare it with the original. I have been gazing •at it:for anhour, Mab, and I cannot decide if tho hair be quite the color, at is so wonderful. Stand there, dear and tet«you4»ir catch the light.' 'Stand for my picture, a...