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" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

" Evil to him who evil ttiinlct." THEY SAY: That the Afrikander Bond "insists" that Great Britain shall agree to the indepen dence of the Bepublics. Of course it will do nothing of the sort—and what power will mate iU That the storekeepers of Delegate have requested to be brought under the Opera tions of the Early Closing Act. That military experts in Ame.ica con sider the conquest of the Philippines hope less—after a vast expenditure of money the Americans hold little more than Manila. Why not hire Kitchener for the job ? That the Maoris, a race conquered by the British, are the most loyal subjects under the sun—they hold rejoicings at every vic tory in South-Africa. That the claims of the starving, famine stricken millions of India on the charity of Australia will not brook denial; and That these claims apply all round—the rich and poor should give according to their means. That Professor Kentoul deprecates the National Anthem because it was composed by an actor in a theatre—a gre...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDIA'S STARVING MILLIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

INDIA'S STARVING MILLIONS. India is now entering upon the greatest famine of the century. Tiie Viceroy and Imperial Council, sur veying the entire country, have said officially ;—' We ane now face to face with famine of water and food and cattle, which is unprecedented in character and intensity.' No Government, at sucli a time, can undertake to prevent all suffering. The aggregate famine area will be about 500,000 square mi.'po (or fire times th«t of England), with a popu lation of 40,000,000. There is a further prpulation cf 21,000,000, in which more or less general scarcity prevails. The crisis is one which demands the loyal co-operation of all who love India. To that co-operation in the months of trial that lie before us, on behalf of the. Government of India, I unhesitatingly appeal. With ability and "heroisai) the Government is trying to meet this crisis, but their revenues are reduced by the very famine they are trying to relieve. Already there is a population equal to that o...

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

On and After^ ^Monday Next TETOTOW *<.?sW!\AVV ^ffS5SK5>v wiijl be retailed —-AT THE ailstjuwah stores AFTER THE ARRIVAL, OF THE COACH. m. & j. O'REI LLY. THE BELIEF OF MAFGKING HAS moved the heart of tlie Empire in a way without a parallel in the his tory of the nation. From every corner of the civilised world congratu latory messages were Bent to the hero of the gallant garrison which, for seven months, withstood the fierce attacks of the Boer armies. All tliiH is very fine and large, and is highly gratifying to oar national vanity. After all, it is only a seven days' wonder, but Tom Kennelly's LOW PRICES are a source of Per petual Astonishment, and people wonder laow lie can do it I Wei!, that's bis business ; and it's sufficient for his Customers that thr-y reap the benefiit in BARGAINS which And not content with the ASTOUNDING REDUCTIONS with which he has from time to time STAGGERED COBARGO, ho now comes with ano ther BATCH of SWEEPING REDUCTIONS. The best...

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

NOTICE. A MEETING of all persons interested in forming a DBAMATIC CLUB xre requested to meet at the School of Arts an WEDNESDAY next at 7.30 p.m. T. KJ3NNELLY. —COBARGO— A. P. & H, SOCIETY. T^X OMINATIONS will be received up to -L> WEDNESDAY, 20th Instant, for the offices of President, two Viee-presideats Hon. Treasurer and 20 Committeemen. T. KENNELliY, Secretary. —COBARGO— A. P. & H. SOCIETY. THE Annual General Meeting of mem bers of the above will be held in the School of Arts on THUK.SDAY, 28th TUNE, at 2 p.m Business: Election of Officers, and to receive Keport and Balance Sheet. Other business. T. KENNELLY, Secretary, SCHOOL OP ARTS THE usual monthly Committee meeting will be held on TUESDAY, EVEN ING NEXT, at 8 o'clock. T. KENNELLY, Hon. Sec. NOTICE. PEKSONS requiring ADVANCES on their Land (freehold or C.P.) should communicate with the undersigned. Low est rate of interest. WILLIAM BOOT, Oobargo, WANTED WANTED a Respectable, Elderly Woman to Veep house and...

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No title SITUATION IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

SITUATION IN CHINA (Continued from page 4 ) Owing to the encroachment of Russia on the Corean coast towards Jupan, the relations between the latter country and Russia are fuither strained. The French Consuls at Mongtslee aud Yurian~fu were com pelled to leave their posts, as the Viceroy was unable to gua^afitee their safety. The Times Bays that the interests of civilisation demand that the Empress Dowager's .sinister rale of China be no .longer tolerated,. and advises Great Britain and Russia to co-operate in securing the removal of the Empress Dowager. That Chinese officials report that 4000 Boxers sur rounded 1500 of |t}ie Imperial troops, under General Nich, at Yangtsun. In the engagement that fullowed, 600 Boxers were killed. Most of thein were armed with spears and agricultu ral implements. The Imperial losses are cot stated. It is reported from St, Petersburg that Russia, while willing that collective action should be taken by the Powers, is determined to suppress the Boxers. ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

OUR TELEGRAMS (Fkom odb Sydney Correspondent.) Sydney Wednesday. Butteh : Creamery and factory lOd to lid, dairy 9d to 9id, cheese 5£d to 6Jd, hams GJd to 9d, bacon 5d to 7£d, eggs la 4d to 1b 7d, fowls 2s to 3a, ducks 2s to 3a 9d. Two cases of plague occurred yester day. Trickett, in the Legislative Assem bly, has been unanimously elected Chairman of Committees, Bishop ^Lanigan, of Goulburn, died last nighfe In the Assembly yesternight Reid resumed the debate oa the Address in.Reply, and scathingly attacked the Government all round. He referred chiefly to the appointment of Yarwood as a member of the finance Com mittee; the recent prosecution, of police constables for perjury; the pro motion of the Minister for Justice (Wood) to the rank of Captain over the heads of twenty-four of his senior officers; ako the lax manner in which the quarantine regulations were en forced on the first outbreak of the plague. He finally moved an amend ment on the Address to the effect that Yarwood's a...

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

For Chronic Ohest Complaints Wood'nj Great Peppermint Cure. Is. 6d.

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THE ROMANCE OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

THE ROMANCE OF WAE To have to fall out of the chase when s the quarry is almoBt reached has been < the fate of the invalids who came back i the other day. Tbo patriotism which ] ■can stand the strain of ration biscuit t and beef and dossing on the veldt is i sincere, but it must be a mystery to « many local Btayers at home where the t ■witchery lies that leads unen to oppose i being returned home, and, being 1 returned, to wish. -they.. were . back 1 again. ' The fierce jo y that warriors , < feel in foeBien worthy of their steel,' j was understandable when combatants < went at it with sword and buckler, i but little of this can be felt combat- 1 tiug an almost invisible enemy a mile i away. However, the seutiment ia 1 there, and well indeed for those of us i who are pacifically inclined that it i •doea exist ia so many breasts. John j Bright once declared that courage waB ] the cheapest commodity in the market. 4 You Ban get any quantity of it for !...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BUTTER BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

; THE BUTTER BUSINESS. It would appear that a great deal of our butter for export is deteriorating in the same way that the Victorian butter has done, and if this matter does not receive prompt attention in New South Wales, butter will fall into great disrepute In the London market. It is said that the average quality is lower now than it was several years ago, and that wd are no longer menacing the Banish producers. They, indeed, have us on the hip: no longer have they any cause to fear our competition. The decline in the quality of our butter is attributed mainly to the use of private separators and the ill-kept cow-yards and dairies. It is obvious that a great deal of die cream produced from private separa tors must buffer in quality before it reaches the butter faotory. But the factories ought hot to purchase such cream; and clearly, they are respon sible for the inferior butter that is put on the London market. The subject is one that deserves very serious coa eideration, becau...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 June 1900

The ttleek's Ctlaf. A ■ OTPltEsnxTATivjj of the "Daily Express" how iu the - Transvaal hna securectan interview with President Krugp.r, who is living in a speciuiiy fitted rail way car at Machadodrop, oft the Delegoa Bay railway )ioe> The Boer leader, who seemed depressed and worried, declared thit his burghers would fight while 50i)of them remained The car occupied by the President w cow regarded as the Transvaal capital* In 1 he course of the interview, Kruger justifi»c} the abandonment of his wife on the ground that she would bo quite i-afe in Pretoria until he returned. He donkd that he had taken £2,000,000 out of Pretoria, or intended to take refuge on the North German steamer Fried and, wLich is lying in Delagoa Bay Referring to the further conduct of the campaign, the President annoui.» ced that the guerilla war would be conducted over an enorrootas area, "The real struggle is only beginning," he declared, "and there is nothing left but to fight. Meantime, let Lord Roberts...

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

CoiigliB aiid CSolda never fails. • Is. 6cL for Wooda" Great _ Peppermint Care

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

For Children's Hacking Cough at night Woods' Great Peppermint Cure,. Is, 6d.

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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

For Bronchial" Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is. 6d.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRISIS IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

CRISIS IN CHINA. A bodv of 2000 Boxers has coma into cbllision with a smnll'force" of British marines and sufi'.;refl severely in con scq-iecce. The Boxers were'trying to isolate the Biitisli,' who 'we're only 1C in number, lut were provided with Maxim guns, and were ahead of the leading train from Tit ntsin to Pckiu. The British guns were used tvt li great effect, 40 of the rebel enemy being killed and w< unded. The Bii'.isb, who have burnt two native villages, sustained no casualties. The Imperial Chinese troopB are entrenching out s:de Pekin. The entrenched forces are training their guns on the Ameri can mission station and legation 'and also on the B.ilish legation. Rein forcements are being rapidly sent for ward to 1\kin by the allies. More Japanese warships are procpeding to Taku, at the mouth of the Peiho Two thousand Rouhn troops have b"en landed at Taku, whi'e f.n additional 2000 have embarked at Port Arthur, the Russian ^naval station. The Dowager Empress of Chi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A PITEOUS SIGHT, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

A PITEOUS SIGHT, O.vk sight I saw which will stay with me while memory lasts, writes a corres pondent with the British forces in one of the recent engagements. They had placed me under a waggon under a mass of overhanging rock for safety, and there they brought two wounded men, one was a man of 50, a hard old veteran with a complexion as dark as i a New Z inland Maoii, the bsurd that framed the rugged fare was three, fourths grey, his hands were as rougli and knotted by open-air toil at the hoofs of a working steer. Later on I got into conversation with him, and ha told me a good deal of his iife. His father was descended from oco of tin old Dutch f.milies who had emigrated to South Africa in search of re'igious liberty in the old days when the coun try was a wilderness. His mother bad come in an unbroVen line from one of the noble families of France, who fled from bomin the days of the terrible persecution of the Huguenots. H; himself had been many things—hunter, trader, farmer, fi...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Britain's Ministry, People and Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

Britain's Miuisl.ry, People and Aniiy. If Lwl Roberts continues fo nnb<* intili.ent use of the ample force which the Government lias provided, for the Transvaal, it will probably bo brought homa to most Britains that after ali the Cecil family is really equal <o the situation. Lord Rosr bery's hysterical fiasco lift"5 probably already done niuoh in this direction. The con'emptuous shoulder sIku^ tti'Ji which the Premier mei, this cliaracteiis* io exhibition of ilie ex Premiei's capacity for I lie entertain, meut of iil.trm wag more reassuring and more in national keeping than the j most impassioned d fence of the j Ministerial position. ' But (hat for which Englishman « iI! j gratefully remember the sti ady if not i always deft liniids at the helm is Uic.l avo'dance cf the grent reck upon I which popular excitement would have i d iven tba ship of st.ite, The Go vnrnmenc's rejection of the idra <ji conscription ia any form is an ex auiple of that lina...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

CHAPTER If. From that day out it was uciticcd that Lird D',Aliriiine's attentions lo the i-.cauty ot the season' were moit maiked. He was always at her f id", until at iiiBt it became a recoguis-d tiling that no one tke thouVl engross her attention wLen D'Almaine was present. L%dy Graliame was deliglitpd. Her child could not possibly have done better fc'T herself had she schemed, contrived, plotted, as my many were forced to do. ■ A Truly Viola Vas a lue^y gitl 1 Shd had given her love to ore who wan worthy of it—worthiness in Lor mother's eyes meaning splendid 8 ttlements, an establishment in town, and the coronet of a countess. Of a'l these des'rable possessions Viola herself never thought. Her love.for Geoff-ey was untinged, by a j single mercenary thought, her heart was bound to liis by a bond of whith i the world "knew nothing. ' Viola j Grahame never forgot the day when lie.r lover told her that, he loved Iim;. , Tbfiy were in a coo], hick drawing room cf Lady Gnhame's town ho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lord D'Almaine's Double. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

Lord D'Almaine's Double. : CHARTER I. Nev«r bad this polished mm of (lie world felt so at a Joss biforo. He felt al solut'ly tongue-tied, and toak himself angrily to task for his wiy. J5 : SomAo *1be jargon of Toc^ety seemed out of place here—the compli ments and inani'iea he was wont to murnur into 'pretty ears would fail to please this girl wlicse candid eyes looked straight into his own with more interest in Hum lhau lie hud dared hop-3 for, *)V-ould£'Gu care to fqq the "conser vatories? Lady Lancaster is famed ; for her oichid". I feel sure you are i fond of flowers.' I ' Y<-s, I love flowers,' Viola replied, : with a charming smile, • but I do not care f>r hothouse flowers . as I' do for ' those which hlcom naturally I like nothing craiujxd or forced—it is j unnatural, aid I lovo nature,' she I added. 1 What would the nob suff-i* during a London season)' thought Geoff»ey, with a feelii.g akin to pity. Ho had heard of the,.new beauty and of her. ambitious mo her, o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

NOTICE. j : rilHE undersigned has for HIKE a : JL Stuuneh Single Itaggy Horse and ; Comfortable Single Buggy, Also Saddle ! Horses. A. D. BURNS. G. MARTIN, Builder & Contractor Plans and Fpcc fic.itiois pr£j>are<1. and Esti mutes giv 11 for Wprk. BCXLDEES & OOHTBACTORS, COBAEaO. Estimates of all wohk given A. D. BURNS, General Blacksmith HORSESHOEING ISPECIMT. Every kind of work done on the Shortest Notion und goarant.eeJ to give every Satisfac tion. W. ACKERLEY, DON TAILOB, MOBUTft, WILL VISIT COBARGO PERIODICALLY —with A— Large and varied AsBoi-tinent of StJMMEB and WINTER GOODS. The date of each visit (about monthly) will be duly advertised in tliiB paper. Addhebb-. KEATING'S HOTEL, COBAEGO. Solicitors, &c., BEGA. A MEMRER OF THE FIfiH WILL VISIT COBAEGO Each, Monthly Const Pfiy. Court Days — January 12th, February Kith, March 1- Hi, April ]:ith, May 11th, Ju :e 2'Jnd, July 20th, August 24th, September 2 st, October 19th, Ncvembei 2 !rd, Dece...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

OHTT&CS SERVICES. J follows: - ROWANCATHOLIC, £ H&ss celebrated at 8.3'/ sum. aud li,I5 -ii.iu. every Sunday at Cobargo. Jbveuiiig devotion every Sunday at 7.S0 p.m. . F. Kiarxr. £ CHPBCH OF^KOLAND. Jane 84—Berroajj^i "H-CL 11; S. School 2.30; Co. bargo 7.30. G. fciOAItES. j - . -■ WUhVTAV. JnnQ 24—Cobargo-and Corunua 11 ; Bermagui 2.30 ; 1 CentrQba 7*180. f . _ „„ M. Walked.

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