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A DESPEBATE DELUSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

A DESPEBATE DELUSION. And do the Boers really intend, as they bo loudly, proclaim, to prolong the struggle to the utmost ? We fail to see what they can hope to gain. Even if they should succeed in inflic ting one or two defefts to the British, the final result will be just the same, lor the English would merely send fresh reinforcements and replace the defeated general by one more compe tent. This the Boer Presidents and commanders well understand, and tee muBt therefore conclude that they still hope for intervention from the European Powers. If they do they must he extraordinarily naive, for there is surely no European statesmen who could not explain to them that intervention on their behalf would lead to a universal war, in which one. half the civilised world would be in volved in a life nnd death struggle with the other. This hope of inter vention will prove as grave a delusion to the Boers as Oom Paul's " Wait for the opposition.,'—' Svenska Dagbladet/ Stockholm. \

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australia's Champion Runner. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

Australia's Champion Runner-. Stanley Rowley, tho athlete who has gone to Paris to represent Australia at the Olympian games, is a native of New Soulh Walea, haying been born at Young in 1877. He started run ning in 1895, when, after competing in four events, he was put on scratch and compelled to give the then cham pion one yard. In 1896 he ran in two races, a handicap in which he was unplaced and the 100 yards champion ship, which he won from Burton by a yard and from Cartright l>y two. Next season he won the 100 yards and 220 yards championship of Austra lasia, and the 100 yards championship of his native colony. In 1898 he visited New Zealand, where he won the 100 yards Invitation Scratch Race from Smith and Patrick, and ran a dead heat wiih the latter in tho 250 yards. The same year he won the 100 yards and 220 yards championship of New South Wales, and created for the 120 yarda the record of 12secs. In 1899 he won the 220 yards champion ship again, and also the -100 yards a...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE DAWN OF MANHOOD." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

" THE DAWN OF MANHOOD." In response to an invitation from the Newcatitle Young Men's Chritian Association. Mr. -F. Wright, late secretary of the White 'Orosa League■ of the Church of England Social Purity Society, delivered an interest-' ing and instructive address to boys and young men in the Y.M.C.A. Hall. Mr. Wrights subject was • The Dawn of Manhood.' He Bad much more respect for boys than for men, because be conld always tell what a man had become, for he had lived his life and practically been, but could never tell bow a Loy, on whom bo much depended, would turn out. Some men were old boya who had carried the innocence and joy of boy hood into their manhood, while others abused their manhood by lounging: round private bars and gossiping with disreputable women, and considered it the only way of enjoying life. How could a man be happy ? Uuoleanliness' was always associated with naslincss, nastiness, with guiltiness, and guilti. ness sooner or later with punishment. He warned bo...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A COLONIAL ON LORD ROBERTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

k COLONIAL ON LORD ROBERTS Colonel Byron, the Queenslander who is serving upon Lord Roberts' staff, wrote after tbe Bloerafonten advance:—' The whole of this mighty army seems iiibued with the indomit able spirit of the commander-in-chief. Privations, exposure, and wounds are all endured cheerfaliy, owing largely to the magnetic influence of his wonderful personality. He must necessarily be considered as one of the great soldiers of all time, and his military genius seems to rise superior to all difficulties.' Two instances narrated by Colonel Bfcron particular ly evidenced the master mind. One was Lord Roberts' refusal to under take the easy recapture of the 2C-0 waggons and 3000 oxen cut off by the Boers when he struck into the Free State, Invaluable as the supplies were to an army of 4-0.000 men making forced marches upon quarter, rations, a pause would have enabled Crorije to escape, and Lord Roberts wonld have none of it. The second point, emphn'aiaed by Colonel Byron, has been...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

NOTICE, The undersigned has for HIRE a Staunch Single Buggy Horse and Comfortable Single Buggy, Also Saddle Horsec. a. D. BURNS. G. MARTIN, Builder & Contractor Plana and Specifications prepared. and Eeli mates giv.n for all Work. # BTTCLDERS & OOlTTRACTOftS, COBAEGO. Estimates of all work given A. D. BURN 8, General Blacksmith iilSIWII 1SPECIILITL Every kind of work done on the Shortest Notics ond guaranteed to give ever; Satisfac tion. W. ACKERLEI, DON TAILOB, BSORUY&, WILL VISIT COB ARGO PERIODICALLY —WITH A—. Large and varied Assortment of SOMIMER uud WINTER GOODS. The date of eacli visit (about monthly) will be duly advertised in this paper. Addbess: KEATING'S HOTEL, COB ARGO. HMGEEfOi & BEOMFIEtD, Solicitors, &c., BEGA. A MEMBER OF THE FIRM WILL VISIT COBAEG-O Eacb, DSontfely Ceust Psy. Couet Days — January 12tli, February 16th, March liith, April 13th, May 11th, June 22nd, July 20th, August 24th, September 21st, October 19th, November 2...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dairying Extraordinary. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

Dairying Extraordinary Fkancis Francisco, judging from a recent aiticlo in "Hoard's Dairyman," is a dairy fanner of parts. His place; at Newark, New Jersey, is thus de scribed :—There are never less than a thousand cows at this establishment. The number varies from 1000 to 1200.' Mr. Francisco receives at least one car load of plump new milch cows from his Iowa branch every week. His inspector tests and examines' every cow rigidly, and every one which is found to be out of condition, or that does not give enough milk j which iu amount, or qua'ity, equals the standard required, is converted into beef. Then the rest are given a place in the dairy. Every cow is killed and sold to the meat dealer as Eoon as she • becomes dry, and her place filled by a new milch cow. These cows are kept in three large stables, and sixty men care for their wants. These stables are clean, dry, and well-ventilated. Every cow looks sleek enough to go to a wedding. Every cow is curried daily, and every cow's ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

FANCY GOODS EM PORIUM, FRO'PfUETOR CONFECTIONERY. TOBACCOS and PIPES CIGARS and CIGARETTES FANCY SOAPS <fc PERFUMERY CROCKERY & GLASSWARE. HAIRDSESSItfG and SHAVING. Saloea In charge of competent hand. CLUB MEMBERSHIP 3/ MRS. ALBUM, MID"WIFHI <Sc TJTT-pg en Mrs. Meaker's House, Cobargo. Charges Moderate. —TTlae Cobargo— * CHRONICLE' Published at tlxe Registered Office, Moruya-road, Cobargo, Overt/ Friday /tforning. THE 'CHRONICLE' deals vigorously with all pub lic questions, and ©specially ■with those_ of Local Inte rest, and is already recognised as the only Progressive Newspaper —IN THE— TWO ELECTORATES, (Bega ■& Moruya) o Original Items, Local or District News, and Newspaper Clippings gladly receeived from any person. District Grievances reported to the 'Chronicle' "will receive prompt attention and the treat ment they deserve. The names of all contribu tors mast accompany original matter as an evidence of good faith. All subscribers who do n...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MADAME MELBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

MADAME MELBA. At Madame Melba's first appearance in Berlin in March the cruBh was bo great that fashionably-attired ladies had to be content with standing-room. It was a highly interesting concert, but what transpired after it waa still more interesting. After Madame llelba bad replied to the fifth call, and neither the orchestra nor the public wou'.d accept the hint or give away, a miracle occurred. She signalled the orchestra to d< part, sat down at the piano, and sang, to her own accom paniment, a German song. Again applauded, she sang once more to her owa accompaniment, this time an English Bong. Again encored, she flung a kiss to tbc public, and wien called out once more threw kisses with each hand. But the public would have none of Madame Melba's kisses, only her songs, and called her out once more. Madame Molba reappeared. She swept back her hair from her forehead and eloquent geetureB with hand and outstretched arms that she could sing no more, but the public woul...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

WEEKLY CALENDAR. D.V.- of 'lis I l>#y of I Sun J t-un I Moon. \w(k. j Month j Risr= | Fate | Nine* Fjuoay i Juii 15) 57 | 4 54 | 7 20 (-'A*nin ay I „ l'i i <> 5S 4 54-1 S *(> Puni>«Y I „ 17 | 6 58 | 4 53 | 0 a3 MusnAY i „ 18 ! 6 5:> | 4 53 | !© 37 TUhSDAT « „ 19 I 6 59 I 4 53 , II 48 ; V'nvRsn Y 1 „ 20 6 50 ! 4 511 < A. M. Tmi"Rr> y | ,, 21 (i 50 I 4 53 12 4!)

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Boer Cruelty to Natives. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

Boer Cruelty to Natives The following letter, dated Loureuco Marques, March 10, is published in tbe Cape papers "I have arrived here after a five months' imprisonment in Johannes burg, for that was practically the position of the few English who elected to remain in the milling city. Tiie greatest sufferers there are the natives. Their lot is positively de plorable. I should much like some of those who talk so feelingly of 'our brother Boer' to sec the treatment now meted out in Johannesburg to those poor blacks. By Government proclamation they ace compelled to work in such mines as are kept open to sapply the Transvaal Tnasury for five thillings a month. Moreover, as all the horses have'been commandeered for military purposes, the blacks are harnessed like draught cattle, and it is no infreqnent sight to flee a team of blacks drawing n heavy dray. If they refuse it is the whip or a bullet. There is no protection for them. No one dare raise his voice on their t>ohalf. They- are s...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, 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, JUNE 15, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

For the cause that laelcs ussistance, For the wrongs. that need resistance, For th' fnlmv. in the distance, Aiifl the good that >ce ca« do. Cobakgo, Friday, Junk 15, 1900. No one will deny that the Australian deservedly enjoy the reputation of, hoing charitable, and on many public occasions they have sustained this pleasing national characteristic in a prominent way, notably on the occb sion of tlie terrible Bulli disaster, when numbers of mothers and fami lies were in a moment deprived of their breadwinners. Again, when stalking famine and pestilence over took the teeming milla s of India, and starvuion and destitution wore rife throughout that great country, Australia played the noble part and gave liberally of her substance to alleviBte the sufiering and hunger of our fellow croat'nres. And during the past nine months the charitable instincts of Australians have been aroused throughout the length and breadth of the land in the interests of those dependent on the brave soldiers...

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Lord D'AImaine's Double. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

Lord D'AImaine's Double. CHAPTER I. It was declared on all sides to be a most suitable match. ' . Rank and unlimited wealth oa the man's aide, on that of the girl beauty of the highest order, sweetnesa of disposition, and the fresh, untouched charm of innocent girlhood. And to his credit te it- said that: Geoffrey, Lord D'Almaine, fully realised and appreciated the prize he had drawn in the matrimonial lot-' tery. From the moment his handsome, eager eyes bad lighted on the fair face of the new debutante, Viola Grahame, his heart, which had withstood with equanimity the arts and blandishments of Society mothers and daughters for so many years, had gone oat from him for ever—gone into the keeping of a loving, lovely, and gentle woman. His wooing bad been . successful. In'his case the course of true love had Titn with a emobthnesB that at times caused him almost a thrill of fear. What if he should lose her ? But no, Fate could never be so cruel, and. Viola, his idol, was strong and wel...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Speaking at a dinner given by the Colonial* Institute, the Australian Delegates being present, Mr. King ston said •:—' The Commonwealth had been referred to by Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman as not yet born ; but it was born in the hearts of. the Australian people, it was cradled in their fondest hopes, and he and his colleagues had brought it with. them and proposedf to present it at the Imperial font They trusted than in that process it might not'be in the slightest degree marred in form" or feature. Mr. Kodd, who succeeds Mr. Wallace Hst.ist.avit in the local pott oiiice, arrived *.« Thursday a™1 ftt ones «nieivd ujjou bit Mi-. Rood -eutored the service at lieg# and has hid some experience. Me.' A. T. White of Ooburjo, in tends to add grocery n hiB pres-mt i business "of Inker confuctiouer. and lias had extensive alterations I made in bis premis* s to meet the i requirements of ti e new connection. The exenuon of Mr. Whites bu.-inesB I is aaothf r proof of th...

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The Bride in Black. CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

*Fhe Bride in Black CHAPTER IX. 'l Let ixiino be the first congratula • tiODB, Lady Fearon said, leading ber serosa the room, by which she came face to face with Ralph Seymour, still blund and joyous, and &s pleasunt as a.man could be. He took her hand and raised it to his lips. «I forgive everything, and I entreat you to do the same. I have j ■enjoyed it all immensely' 'You 1' poor bewildered "Blab I echoed, and th< n her eyes weat round ! the room, and the saw the villainous ( Jakes, festively attired and lookfng as little like a villain as was possible. I You!' she said again. It seemed tho only word left hot. 1 * 1 wish your ladyship happiness, j »nd I congratulate his lordship with all my heart/ said Mr. Jakes, with an i emphasis which filled the room. «I Aaw never been at any wedding I've enjoyed more, my lady,' ! But tha wicked grandfather did not I seem to be sharing in the. universal enjoyment. Sir Tierce Harcourt! leaned back, -white and shaky, with a j ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

4 HUB & iTFITTEU COBARGO, CLEANIXC AND DYEING AT REASONABLE PRICES F. A. ORMISTON, Phamacist, BBG-A. Mfi, OBMISTON begs to intimate to the public of Bega and surrounding districts that he has PURCHASED the BUSINESS lately carried on by Mr. Alex ander, and has replenished it with a Heavy Stock of Pure Drugs and Chemicals. A160 a Complete Stock of toilet bequiJ sites, and a Fine Collection of peefomery from the best English, Amorican, French and German Houses. Druggists' Sundries, Surgical Appli ances' Patent Medicines, Homeo pathic Medicines. Veterinary Medicines- » PresciptionB accurately dispensed. Orders by post will receive prompt attention. F. A. ORMISTON. WILLIAM BOOT, IITIOIEH 10 COMMISSIOI' KIT, CHRONICLE OFFICE, OOBABW. Sales conducted in any part of the District. J. CARROLL&C0. PRODUCE MART. COBARGO 0HAFF. ERISIS BAOON MAIZS, BEAN POLLARD, ooSl qiloake ] ALWAYS 01T HAND. —ALSO— I ALL SJORK in the TINSMITH'S TRADE executed in first-class style. Mawarra Steam ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

CUBAKGO HOTEL. ■ EVERYTHING-AS ZT OUGHT TO BE. ^EXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCED CROOM. POST OFFISE HOTEL, COBARGO. % f.EMflli Proprietor. .* T. Keating &aB mBcil pleasure in ii forming tbe lesidents of COBAKGO and Surrounding Discrete that he lias taken over theabove well-known Hotel, and hopes by fceepiDg the BE8T BBAND3 of AVINBS, SPIB1T8, ALES, etc., to merit a fair -share of support. SPECIAL A1TENTIOH will bo paid to the wants of Commercial and other Travel Jers. Con mod ions Sample Booms available. 'GOOD STABLING and & competent ■groom in attendance. 3T. T. K. begs to announce for the bene :fit of visitors from the TILBA, NOO BOOMA, BODALLA and NKRRIGDNDAB DISTRICTS that h's Hotel possesses nil the comforts of a home, while good home feed. ;&ad stabe accommodation are made speciali ties ef the establishment. BOESES & BUGGY FOB HIRE The Central H°tel, BEGA. "Vader Rew Management. MRS. RAFTER BEGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA that they will find the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

MR. F. G. HEADY, SUKGICAL AKfl MECHANICAL DENTIST. OASP-STREET. BEGA, WILL VISIT COBAEQO AT REGULAR PERIODS. FURNISHED * APARTMENTS. PIANO AND BATH •GOOD ACCOMMODATION MODERATE CHAEGES. —AT— The Australian Coffee Palace, ■No, 3 MAEGAKET STEEET. I'NUER NEW MAK*GE1UENT. KB& JOSEPH EOLPE. Proprietrena, (Late of Quaaraa). LEGAL NOTICE. AMEMBEB of the firm will visit Co bargo on the ^undermentioned dates during the current year : Couet Date — January 12th, February 16th, March 16th, April 13th, May 11th, June 22nd, July 20th, August 24th, September 21st, October 19th, November 23rd, December 21st. KAWLINSON & BLAND, Solicitors, Bega. ■BERMAGIM, BERMAGUI. F. ADAMSON, Butcher, Ham and Bacon Factor, HAS COMMENCED BUSINES6 AG ABOVE IuPBaKISES OPPOSITE WALKER'S STORE. Buyer of Hides, Calf Skins, &c. : 1 BOOTJHAKmG. COBARGO. T. J. W. wishes to inform the POBLIC of COBAHGO and District that ALL WOEK entrusted to bin? will bo eze-uted with ca:o, and in the making-up -on,y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

Whyman and Brooks, COACH AND BUGGY BUILDERS, BEGA, SEND YOUR 12 HILL, CLARK &~CO. &S^" Highest Rates Guaranteed. SBiS"" Proceeds Remitted on Day of Sale. Bankers j The Bank of N.S W. E sell from 20,000 to 25,000 PIGS per annum, which proves that we give com plete satisfaction to our Constituents. All details personally superintended by our Salesman, who has conducted this branch of our business for 14 years. Thoroughly Practical Men Employed- All Stock well fed and watered, and classed to best possible advantage. OF3FIOE1: O'OOlSTISriEiLL-ST, SirXDJSTB-S-. The Federal Forge D. HENRY & SON, COBARGO, HHT"Famed for honest and prompt Work, civility to Customers, and the smal lest margin of Profit. Consistent Prices at Henrys'. The rich and poor, the great and small, the old and young, all treated alike. If you want a Horse shod—GO TO HENRYS' If you want a New Dray—GO TO HENRYS' If you want a Gun Repaired—GO TO HENRYS' If you want a Ploughshare—GO TO HENRYS' If yo...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

OHtTACS SERVICES. tmvunk services will be conducted in i3ie district U _|w follows !— ■ttoman catholic, , ■mass celebrated at 8.39 a.m. and 11.15 a.m. every j Sunday at Co"bar£o* l/vaning devoHon'every Sunday p.id-y ckuech of ehqlakp. Jnne 17-Cobargo 11; dibiiaai's 230; tillia 7.80.1 G. Soakes. ■wb61jetah ■ -June 17—wahdaua and contrilba ii] qumtoa 2.30. cofowifo 7.30, St. waisek.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

M. & J. O'Reilly. 40 HEIFERS ! 40 HEIFERS ! Saturday, June 16th. AT GRAHAM'S YABDS, :it 2.30 p.m. 30 V.yv Forward Prime Sprinsrlntf Hojlcrfi 20 Backward do. 20 Heifers 2J to 3yr8 10 Poddies 2 Fat Cows 1 Jersey Bull, 1 Ayrshire Bull, Mntnl J. O'RTSTIiLY nie favored tvitli • instructions from Mr. Geo, Dow oio nnd ethers to sell by public auction the iibovo. The springers are very ehoioe, good colors, and iu splendid condition. Special Notice.—Terms: Under XI0 Cash; over that amount an approved bill For 8 months, with bank discount added. -THE ANNUAL CATHOLIC BALL (Which was advertised for 30th May) IS POSTPONED TO Wednesday, 4th July. Tickets 7/6 and 5/- Extra lady 2/6. Nellie Taklintqn } Hon. M. A. Taelinton i Sees. -COBARGO BIIASS BAND. mis k filer mi m. The Popular Lall of the Season. (attended last year by 70 couples.) Friday, 15th Jane (FULL MOON). IN THE SCHOOL OF ABTS. DOUBLE TICKET 6s. SINGLE 4s. Extra Lady 2s. SUPPEB AT 12 O'CLOCK. Committee of Management—Messrs. if. ...

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