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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, JUNE 8, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

®k Ctottick For ike cause that lacks assistance, Fof the wrongs that need.YCsisi<mcef For fit* future in the distance, And the good thai we ca» do. COBARGO, FfelDAY, JVSE 8, 1900. We have frequently had occasion to compliment Quaamaites upon the ' public-spirited manner in which they entor into any local movement, be the object sport or the more serious con cerns which should occupy the atten tion of every man and woman. And this commendable spirit is the more praiseworthy because the, population is very limited; and, even amongst these, we have no doubt there is the usual proportion who either do not give a helping hand in public affairs or throw cold water on the laudable attempts of their fellow-towEmen to better the intellectual and social posi tion of the community. All honor to' thw men who give of their substance, ■time, and intelligence. towards tnove 'meuts which .make for 'the comfort, "culture, amusement, *aud general hap ness of their 'fellows. These are the '...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

.OHOTOE SERVICES. -t-vivihe bebticeb will be conducted in the district J-* &B follows BOMJlK CATHOLIC, JttaSB celebrated at 8.30 u.m. and 11.15 a.m. every Sunday at Cobargo. Evening-devotion evoiy Sunday at £8^^' cjjiJBCn or j:noi.anu. ■June IO-^fend^a 11 i QtuiauSi 2.30; Cobargo T.U0. G. SOA.EE3. ' ' ■ ^ TWEE l.X T A N 3une 10—Cobargt) ai4 Bernmsui 3.30; Centrilba ?JS0. M. Wiusi.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS A ePECiAi meeting of the Cobargo Js.P., was held at the Courthouse on the 1st instant for the purpose of revising the balance of the annual Court fixtures which clash with the general arrangements of the P.M. Messrs. H. J. Street, A. Tarlintommd Jas. Walsh attended, and the follow ing alterations were agreed to: June 15 to 22, July 13 to 20, August 17 to '24, September 14 to 21, October 12 to 19, November 16 to 23, December 14 to 21. The Justice Department has issued a circular to the benches of magis trates throughout the colony-stating that' it had beeu led to understand that interested parties had been in the habit of asking Js.P. to attend and adjudicate upon certain cases. The Minister affects to be surprised that such a regrettable state of things should exist, and expresses the hope that if a magistrate at any time be approached by any party to any case, he shaft refrain from sitting. And does thb-Minister for Justice really expect the public to believe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

THE RELIEF OF HAFEK1HG HAS moved the heart of tlie Empire in a way without r parallel in the bis- T tory of the nation. Prom evay c irnr-r of the civilise'! world congratu latory messages were sent 'o (he li>-ro of the ga:lant garrison which, for sev^u months, withstood the fiorcf attacks of (he Boer armies. All this is very firm and large, and is liigh'y gratifying u> our national vanity. Afier all, it i> only a seven days' word r. but ~ '> Tom Kennelly's LOW PRICES arc a source of Per petual As t o 11 i slirncn t, and people wonder .how be ciin doit! Wi ll, that's Lii business ; anj it's sufficient fjr his Customers that ih-y leip the Leutfiit iu BARGAINS which KNOCK YOU BANBY! And net content with the ASTOUNDING REDUCTJONS with which be has from time to tim! STAGGERED C08ARG0, h; now comes with a;;o tlu r HATCH of SWEEPING KEUUCTIONS. Th-b st way is to give a few lines, for, after all, there's nothing like HARD FACTS and FIGURES. Look at tliia I,i«e—Clothing— Men's Su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

u fmmm tw n, ► CLEANING AND DYS INC AT REASONABLE M 4RU f PRICES F, A. ORMISTON, Phamacist, BEQ-A. MS. ORMISTON fogs to intimate to the public of Bega and surrounding districts that he,ihas ECECHASED the BUSINESS late)«carried-o^l» Mr. Aleic ander.ianAhaa rejjlentfbed 4va Heavy Stock&TCfae Drags jp$i (Mem »ls. Druggists' SunflrieB, Surg al Appli ances. Patent Medicines, Homeo pathic Medicines. Veterinary Medicines Prcsciptions accurately dispensed. Orders by post will receive prompt attention. F. A. ORMISTON. WILLIAM BOOT, IITlEtllfi COMMISSION VRER, CHRONICLE OFFICE, -OOBABGO. Sales conducted-in any part of the District. J. CARROLL&CO. PRODUCE MART. COBARGO -CHAFF, and Ol mux 8A00N P9LLABD. ATS OIT-EAND. —ALSO ALL WORK. >in the TINSMITH'S TRADE executed in first-class style. Illawarra Steam Navi gation Company. A STEAMER WILL LEAVE— SYDNeV MOjteay and WEDNES EDEN^fWry',flfED|tESlftVat^».m. and 6A.TI1KDJTE,*# 6 /ml MKJdMBOLA rBJJBFElifAST and IAV It 7:3/aj». TITBH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

COBARGO HOTEL.. "■ByjBEYTHIKG AS IT OITGST TO BE. POST OFFICE HOTEL. COBARGO. f. f.lMflHi Proprietor. T. Keating has much plrasnre in i-forming »hn jesidents of COUAHGO and <-"arrr..undinp D'scr ctfth^t^e hq|tsken orer r«'d to Travel oaunodionf Sample Booms available. GOOD STABInKG and a 1 competent -groom in attendance. J. T. K. begs to announce for the bene "fit of' visitors fiom the TILBA. NOG KOOMA. BODALLA ondNEKKlGUNDAH DISTRICTS that h's Hotel pofeeises fj.1 ithe xwnfoi ts of a home, - while - good horre feed and stabe accommodation arc made speciali ties of the establishment. HORSES & BUGGY FOR HIRE The Central BEGA. ^ender Bew B2.aaggem.eat. AFTER The Vedroomslre light-, lofty, Ind airy, • and Baths ere adjacent to the bcdijoms, -Suiee for Families ' Ristauraat a Specialty and Beacon able 'Charges Tb Billiard Boom ['2 tables] ia the-beat "Out of Sydney The btali'es arew«!| provided wi li Fodder, «ivilb best attention. MRS. ~RAFTER. EOYAL HOTEL, Bermagui. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

MR. F, G. HEADY, kECHAjNICAL COBAE K) AT UEGULAK PEEIO 3S. FURNISHED • APARTMENTS. PIANO amd BATH GOOD ACCOMMODATION MODERATE CJiA®GES. The Joffee I'NDEU KEV XANAI BMEXT. -MBS- JOSEFS BOLFS, ProprietreM, (Lotn of Qunwua). ... LEGAL NOTICE. A MEMBER of the firm will visit Co bargo on jfche undermentioned Sates ihiring'the currJi^ear: * Court Date ■§- Js 16th, 11th, J 24th, Septa .November 2?rd, flAWMNSfrN ■&. BLAND, Sdlicitors, Bega. BERMAGUl. BERMAGUI. ADAMSON, / Ham and la PR' B86 AS above WALKER'S Buyer of bides. Calf Skins, &c. BOOTMAK1MG. Bui itf pttflikir, COBARCO. m the P0BL1C tALLWOBK ,ed*#ilh ca-e, J>E81 AT the above Ketablishmentall ORDEB8 will meet with strict attention, and goods will be made up with the th promptness consistent with careful wot; mandiip. OV Bepairing » Specialty. COBAROQ A. T. WHITE, k Cart runs to ffilbacn Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in eacl week FACTORY Batter, Prime Cheese, >M.d Freth Egge. None but ttif JT.S.W. Creamery Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

Whyman and Brooke, COACH^ND BUGGY BUILDERS, BE6A. VEHICLES of Every Description built at Prices consistent with JioneBt woikmanship. Repairs and Painting a a Speciality. SEND YOUR PIGS TO HILL, CLARK & CO. Hig-hEj^yt R&tds Gu&rOTte^Cl Projects Rdrffilted40^)3ty of Saile. Bamcer^^^jie Jplmk of N.S.W. XXJ'E sell from 30,000 toS25jpBOOj(ffGS plr which proves that we give cora t ▼ plete satisfactionitiRur Obnetituefite. All details personally superintended by our Salesman, who has conducted this branch of our business for 14 years. Thoroughly Practical Men Eniplsyed- All StGck well fed and watered, and classed to best possible Advantage. HEAD OmOBi: O'CONNELL-ST, STTDlSr jB"y. The Federal Forge D. HENRY & SON, COBARGO, IW Famed civility; l< Consistent/ the great arid-si tgr ho lest^^Mid^plrompt Work, Lo£tist xfterstamd the smal H Profit. Ts 8 t Henrys'. The rich and poor, I, tlie ola and young, all treated alike. If yon want a Horn shod—GO TO H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

M. & J. O'Reilly. ~40~HEIFERS! 40 HEIFEES! Saturday, June 16th. AT GRAHAM'S TAEDS, at 2.30 p.m. 15 Vei-y Fovtraxd Prime Springing HeMevs M^MKT. (fKE&jUl ave favoved with » iDstvdfelioiSfro'-u Mr. Geo. Dow nie and othera^o Bell by public auction the shove. The springers are very choice, good Dlors, and in splendid condition. f,?x.c al Notice.—Tenns: Under £10 o-.ertl'it amount aTl pjiproved bill for 3 mouths, iwtii bank discount added. -THE ANNUAL— CATHOLIC BALL (Which was Wedri A'eii-ised fov 80th Mnjr) (ISTPONED TO Tickets 7/6 aJl 5/- Extra Lady 2/6. jJkh'.ie Tablinton ) Hon. M. A. Tapi.inton ) Sees. -COBARGO BEASS BAND. •SS MIL FwdiJif, 15th June ■ (F0LL MOON), IN THE SCHOOL OF .ARTS. DOUBLE TICKET 6s. SINGLE 4s. Extra Lady 2s. SUPP£R AT 12 O'CLOCK. Committee of Management—Messrs. M. Pike, O. Campbell and W. Boojt. WILLIAM BOOT, Hon, Sec. Re-appraisement of Con ditional Purchases. A LARGE PROPORTION oJ CP's, tn^cn up daring tb£ last 20 years in tbc Mo-.uya Land Dis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

'uldie Works, Jy, 14-tli May, 1900. , A, TTtNTHlN is -directed to •'Gazette" -l\*. nqtice inviting TEN DEES for EX TENSION-^ WHARF and SUED and SUPPLY, &<•; tf CB.ANE at HORSE SHOE BAY, Bermogui. Tenders will tie received up to the 18th JUKE, 1900. E. W. O'SULLIVAN. Sc 2» Departments of Roods E Works, N.S.lrV., ja, 4th June, (9 "0. ised to the Clerk of at Sega nj^Tendorsed ork," revived litU June, [lowing Roads: — Wilgon to Wnn ions may be seen at the le and the Cobargo Police J- DOUGLAS BATHGATE, Road Supt. NOTICE. PEUSONS requiring ADVANCES on their Land (frecJjold or C.P.) should communicate with tbe undersigned. Low est rate of interest. WILLIAM BOOT, Cobargo. WANTED "*■*7ANTED *i W Woman to | foj a family of fou»< c/o " aMe, Elderly house vand. caie i children. .Cobargo, instant.

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SCHOOLS ARTS FOR QUAAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

SCHOOLS ARTS FO&.QflMMA. •• A. ppeuc meeting was Mid in the Ly«tum Hv.ll on Saturday to -consider #ie advisability of having *, School of Arts erected in <Quaama.' Mr.. E/ngelmttn was voted totlie-chair, and in evening the meeting explained at length the advantages, educational und recreative, of suoh an institution. Several other gentlemen also spoke to foe same (Sect, and the greatest unanimity and enthusiasm were shown in the oVjjecb nf the meeting. The resolution in favor of erecting a School of Arts was carried unani mously, and a snbacription list w«s at < once opeaed with the encouraging resnlt of £17 14s promised in the room. The contributions ranged from £i 4s. to 10s. All present formed them selves into a committee with power to add to"their number, for '.the purpose ■ of raising funds and making all ■ preliminary arrangements. Mr. D. C. Sullivan and Mr. W. J. Tarlinton were appointed secretary and treasurer respectively. It was decided that t...

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THE FIGHT AT POPLAR GROVE [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

fl&E FIGHT AT POPLA.R GROVE Oil. Samuelson, Armidale, saya ' It'is very easy to criticise but difficult to improve -on tfae methods of our. ■staff. Lord -Roberts,« neat, athletic, .gentleman, who laughs at big white, hair, and looks game enough for »ny- i ■thing, has a£ej)ted a conciliatoryi policy. It 'bos -been decided that; ■burghers who. bring firearms to the "'-Statute Haus' way return to their, farms and will be unmolested. There 4aa not beep ■$, suspicion -of looting, apd tlie troops behave splendidly to' the Dutch apd blacks. Brother Boer ■catanot understand this, and it w?uld •appear that 'it is « mistake to take ■gentle measures with so undeserving a ■race. All sorts of obsolete weapons' ■have been given Jo, the accurate' -Mauser is retained. Bloemfontein is tu'l of sjics, and two great troubles. •befell our troops, one --a fearful catas trophe, owing to the treachery of two; gills living under our ;protcction, who! rode out on their bicycles and 'C»:ied ' informat...

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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

MISCELLANEOUS To be perfectly proportioned, a man should weigh 281b to every toot ot his height. The fastest-flowing river in the world is the Sutlpj, in India. Its decent is 12,000ft. in 180 miles. History shows that celebrated men are usually thin, while fiinous women are generally stout. Under British fule the cotton crop of E^ypt has douMed, and now amounts to over 500,000,000 lb a year Germany Boer sympathisers have, up tp the present, sent about £20,000 to the Boers (says a London paper) France lias sent about lialf_ this amount. One of King Dahomey's famous Amazons has been imported into Liverpool, England, for ehaw purposes. She is 8ft in height, broad, and very muscuUr. The German Army besieging Me'z uuder Prince Frederick Charles num some 240,000 men, that of the French something under 200,000. At the battle of Gravelotte, which immediately preceded the retirement of the French upon Metz, the casualties were: Ger- ■ man 20,000, French 28,500. Buz line surrendered with the ...

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BEEMAGUI SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

BEEMAGUI SPORTS. The Bermagni Athletic Club was nn. fortunate in having to postpone its regular fixture from Queen's Birthday to Wednesday last, the continuously wet weather preventing the meeting j from being carried out on the original date. And Wednesday did not bring ideal weather. On the previous even ing a heavy thunderstorm passed over this and the adjoining centreB, and the following morning broke dull and threatening, with occasional light showers. This we know prevented many Oobargo people from going to Bermagui, and it is reasonable to sup pose that from the same cause the 1 attendance was similarly affected in respect to other places. Under the circumstances, the club is to be coil - grats'ated upon its action in carrying out the main park of the programme. The attendance numbered about 200, a record that must bscensideredsatisfac toryin viewof the adverse elements. The bike races, because of the wretched state of the track, were very wise ly abandoned, while the Opening...

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" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

Evil to him who evil think*." THEY S Kl: THAT the deeds of tbe Chinese Boxers have led sDwe people to understand that pugi lism has boomed in China; and That as a result quite a number of seoonjd-rate 'pug6,' thinking the Chinkiea a soft snap, have migrated to the Flowery 1 Land. Tfcat the little boy from New Tork who has been sent with a letter of sympathy to President Krager will have some difficulty in finding that gentleman. That thftie are rumors of sundry new businesses in Cobargo—a grocery, bakery, and produce business being mentioned. That the date, Wednesday, 3rd June, for the production of "lady Audley'a Secret" at Centrilba is a bit mixed. That Conditional Purchasers in this dis trict do not appear to be availing them . selveB of the advantages of the Ee-appraise meot Act; and That their disinclination to do so may be taken as an indication that C-P. holdings around Cobargo are (in their owners' opi nipn). correctly valued at £1 per acre. That. unlesB the Cobargo football...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sidney Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

OUR TELEGRAMS. (From ocb Sidney Ookrespondekt.) Sidney Wednesday. I Hotter : Creamery 9d to 10d, dairy I 8d to 8|d, hams 6Jd to 9d, bacon 5£d to 7|d, cheese 5Jd to 6|d, eggs Is 6d to Is 7d, fowls 2s to 3s. Mrs. Eliza Cook, residing at Red fern, has been attacked by plague. An attempt wag made to derail the train running from Gympie to Black mount. A large wooden rail was found to be jambed under the wheels of the engine. A terri'ic gale, with heavy rain, blew throughout last night. Splendid rains have fallen all over the eastern half of the colony, but none westward. Three more cases of plague have occurred at Rpckhampton and one at Townsville. ^ Speaking at Strathfkld yesternight Mr. Reid made a violent attack, on the Government, and said be possessed information that would compel him to make very plain statements upon various subjects when Parliament meets. Some of these statements would Bhock the public. During a ball at the Xown Hall, Melbourne, Councillor McCarron, while dancin...

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THE WAR "PRACTICALY" OVER [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

THE WAE "PRACTICAL!.!" OVER Tpe precipitate flight of Kruger, the Bio<}r abandonment of Pretoria and the ■h&sty formation in that town of a committee to receive the Britiih Commander-in-Chief prompt English newspapers to draw the reasonable conclusion that "the war is practically over," and to point out that the British task for the immediate future is that of policing and pacifying the snbdued territory. As an undertaking in which the people of the TransTaal generally are concerned, the war ia over. By abandoning the capital the Boers signify that they have given op their last hope of making anything like further effective resistance to the Brit:%b. Aftr all, the conrse of the war, especially since Lord Roberta took it) in hand, has been something like that which was popularly pre dicted, when the conflict was firt>t threatened. What wag, required by the British, said the prophets, was a force large enough to drub the enemy in one or two pitched battles, and 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

Coughs and Colds never fails. Is, 6d, for Woods' Great Peppermint Cure I

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 June 1900

The Week's IXlav. At the instance of the Ambassadors ti China, the jfaung-li-jyaraen has reluctantly admitted 100 marines; belonging to each Power represented at Peking to guard the embassies. Twenty three foreign warships, with 11,000 troops aboard, ore lying off the town and ports of Taku, at the mouth of the Pei-ho, upon which Peking is situated. Nine of the warships belong to the Russian Navy, It is believed that Russia hoped to seize the Taku Forts, controlling the Pei-ho on the pretext of crushing the ' Boxers." America and Germany prevented Russia ■ achieving her object, insisting upon international intervention,.to settle the difficulty. A forfce of 700 of the 1'hir.a rebels known as ' Boxers' on Thursday last attacked a party of 30 foreigners, including six ladies, who were escaping in boats from Paotingfu, a town 80 miles south.west of Peking. As a result of the assault four of the foreigners were killed, while many of the remainder of the party were wounded. An official m...

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SITUATION IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

SITUATION IN CHINA, The United 'States Government, Ob learning.that tbe situation in China had become worse, gave Mr. Edwia ' H. Conger, the American Minister at Pefein, plenary rpower to protect) the American Legation and Consulates, " and also the general interests of that country is China. Mr. Conger Is hastening reinforcements op tlie Peiho to Pekin by the light-draught gunboat Helena. American troops have also been ordered from Manila to Tientsin, It is estimated that the damage done to the various railways by the Boxers amounts to £1,000,000 sterling. The railway bridges across the Peiho, at Pekin, have been destroyed by the rebels. Japan is mobilising her fleet, and her attitude is described as thiea tening. There are indications 'that a change of dynasty at Pekin is inevi table. Rear-Admiral Tirpitz, the Secretary of State for the Admiralty, during the debate in the Reichstag on the German Navy Bill, claimed that the rec:nt events in China showed the necessity for Germany ha...

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