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

FANCY GOODS EN pohiim. FROPRIETOR CONFEOTIONEKY. TOBACCOS «nd PIPES CIGAR? and CIGARliTTES FANCY SOAPS £ P ERFUMERY CROCKERY & GLASSWARE. HAIRDaSESISG and. SHAVING Saloen In charge of competent hand. CLUB MEMBERSHIP:#/-" « MRS. ALBUM,: MIDWIFE & ITXTRS-^3 Mrs. Beaker's House, Cobargo. Charges Moderate. —The Cobargo— 'CHRONICLE' Published at the Registered Office, Moruya-road, Cobargo, Svery Friday Ttyorn/nff. THE 'CHRONICLE' deals vigorously 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, (Bega & Moruya) o Original Items, Local or District* News, and Newspaper Clippings ' gladly rececived 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 must accompany original matter as an evidence of good faith. All subscribers who do not receive their pape...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

On and Aftei# ^Monday Next WIIX BE KETAILEiD AT THE— AilSTiUWAN ZTQR&5 ^ DAILY ^ AFTER THE ARRIVAL OF THE COACH. M. J. O'KEIL.LY. THE RELISF OF MFEKII ' HAS moved the heart of- the Empire in a way without a parntki in the his. . tory of the nation. ■ Prom every earner of the civilised world congratu latory messages were sent to the hero of the gallant garrison which, for eevnn months, withstood £h6 fierce attack* of the Boer armies. All thin"'in vcry fine and large, and is highly gratifying to our national vanity. After all, it is only a seven days' wo&der, bub • • Tom Kenoelly's '' LOW PRICES are a source of" Per petual Astonishment, and people wonder how he can do it! Well, that's hi* business ; and it's sufficient far his Customers that th y reap the benefiit in BARGAINS which KNOCK YOU BANDY! And not oonti-nt with the ASTOUNDING REDUCTIONS with which he hag from time to time STAGGERED OOBARGO, In: now comes with ano ther BATCH of SWEEPING REDUCTIONS. The best/'wa...

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

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Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

QUADRILLES. THE NEXT of the.SERIES of QUAD RILLES will be held in the School of Arts on WEDNESDAY evening, 27th JUNE. T. J. WOON } Hon. ! A. J. CULLEN ) Sees. Re-appraisement of Con ditional Purchases. A LARGE PROPORTION of C.P's. taken up daring the last 20 years in the Moruya land District are not worth 20s per acre, and an Act has been passed permitting holders to apply for. a re-ap praisement with a view ol reducing the total payments to 15s, or perhaps less, per acre. Any holder of C.P. Land can have his or her loud re-appraised. The undersigned is prepared to make the necessary application and 'appear liefdre the Land Board for intending applicants.. Instructions may be left with Mr. W. Boot, from whom particulars of costs may be obtained. CHARLES A. HARPER, Licensed Surveyor. . Moruya. • ^PasbiosaMe annmskeilk. and HUU&h, OOBAEGO. Ib prepared to receive orders from the Ladies of the District. MISS SALWAY has lately come from Sydney, where she has been under going a co...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

Department of Public Works, Roads Office, 14$h June. 1900.^ TENDERS addrcssedto the Clerk of Petty Sessions lit jloruya and en dorsed "Tender for Road Work,"* will be received up to noon on MONDAY, 25th June, for work on the following roads:— Contract No. 18/99.1900, road Bodulln to Dignain's Creek, Beedy Creek deviution. Specification may be seen and tender forms obtained at the Courthouse, Moruya, and Post Office, Eurobodalla. B. J. GILL, Boad Supt. TO LET. Storekeeper's Premises SITUATED in the sound and thriving town and district of Cobargo, and for the past seven years occupied by Mr. John Graves us a General Store. Ample Store Boom, Residence and Stables, standing on on acre of land. Com modious Building for Produce.—Apply P. WILSON, Cobarge. WANTED ONE or TWO MEN used to Grubbing Trees.—Apply this Office. "PEDIGREE PIGS. IjlOIt SALE. From test strain ever inipoHi-i] to the District. Parti culars on application to A. D. INNES, Tilba. M- & J. O'Reilly. Saturday, 30th Ju...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Chronicle. For the [?] that [?] For the [?] that [?] For The future in the distance, And the good that we can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

©k iwic lbs ■•'fO.fjf i'-'il. ?;• ■ C ■m'niiv.v, fiUx :-ii Mt'.aiiff, 7X4.:y g«w' rf * &•*. . Co :;$uco, 'fiiiijav, June 22, 1900. Ex Pkemikb has In Kiiu^s brazen audacity W ;;oui; trouble at country,.""f — -i applause fi-'o-u a slavis].L loll'Wipg in and'out ofMiment. At Ok- same, tinw,* Jjync, Wisn, . and McMillan provM tiv'A <1'Miv6fctrati 'ii that <Ult' balance >;hs all w'l'v diti existed where Moid. taii KtaJus «w«ul,y domiciled i •. the '^SWJGury ch'-st. Biit the \ilaiu statomisiits of theso moil— men of h&hJ-financial repute-iri chf Xifeof tlie colony—wore otUturtil mtly passed ,«wr by Hw «*ty ov snet'riiigly criticised f;ivi»rat)ly »' 'l tliori i'riuiier. Truly .Keid v.':is kit.g then1."'- But what a chance h.is ~)?i«o come over the pulitic.il scene. Lyar lias seeurcdtlio Wins of office, anA with %Mh&fenfl&ble. jromptnoss pat do$n 'do^i3£<te^1i<}a<16a w»rk-r st coursS ili^ti^^^oinV^1)' ...

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

IES! ON AND AFTER MONDAY, far 23 m IKSTANT.-^f A. T. WHITE Has decided to add Groceries to his present Business and has just purchased a Large and VaHed Stock of FRESH GOODS, Which will be opened up for Sale in his Premises. Bermagrui Road, on and after Monday next 25th inst. Goods Delivered Daily, and Orders may be given at the Delivery Van...

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

COBARGO, CIEANINC AND DYiINC AT REASONABLE PRICES F. A. ORMISTON, Phamapist, BfiGA. ME. ORMISTON begs to intimate to the public of Bega and surrounding districts that he has PUBCHASED the BUSINESS lately carried on by Mr. Alex ander, and has replenished it with :i Heavy Stock of Pure Drugs and Chemicals. Also a Complete Stock of toilet eeqoiJ situs, and a Fine Collection of perfumery from the best English. American, French and German Houses. Druggists' Sundries, Surgical Appli ances. Patent Medicines, Homeo pathic Medicines* Veterinary Medicines Prosciptions accurately dispensed. Orders by post will receive prompt attention. F. A. ORMISTON. WILLIAM BOOT, 'II CHRONICLE OFFICE, oobargo. Sales conducted in ary part of tlie District. J. CAEBOLL&CO. PRODUCE MART. COBARGO. aSATF, PBISIS SAOON XAZZZ, BEAM POIAARD, and. OILOAZB ALWAYS ON HAND. -ALSO ALL WORK in the TINSMITH'S TRADE executed in firsSclasastyle. Illawarra Steam Navi gation Company. A STEAMER WILL LIS WE— sydney every ...

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

COBARGO HOTEL,. EVERYTHING A3 IT OUGHT TO BE. Lira mm mi On the Coast. EXTENSIVE 8TABL1NC. EXPERIENCED GROOM. COBARGO. Proprietor. T. Keating' bae mnch pleasure in i forming 1 lie josi dents of COBAKGO act! Hum unding D'sir cts that lie has taken over theabove well-known Hotel, and hopes t>y keeping the HEST BKAND** of WINGS, 61*1 BITS, ALEP, etc., to merit a fair 'share of support. ^PKCIAL ATTENTION will be r»;d <° the wants of Commercial ami other Travel lcre. CoirmodioDB Sample Rooms available. GOOD STABLIKG and a competent groom in attendance. ,J. T. K. begs to announce for the benp fit of visitors fiom ih.*.' TILliA. NOO ROQMA. BODALLA and NBKK1GUKDAH DIS'11!1CT8 tliat li s Hotel (.otsctees nil the ■comfortBO'a home, while good I'.orro feed and stabo accnmmodution -ie made spociali ties of the establishment. HORSES & BUGGY FOR HIRE The Centml H°tei, BEGA. Under Mew ttfaasgemeat. MRS. RAFTER BEGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA that tliey will fiud the CENThAI. ...

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

MR. F. G. HEADY, SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTIST, OAEP-STBEET, BEUA, WILL VISIT COBABGO AT REGULAR PERIODS. FURNISHED * APARTMENTS. PIANO AND BATH GOOD ACCOMMODATION MODERATE CHARGES. —AT— The Australian Goffee Palace, No, 9 MARGARET STREET. UNDER MEW M4M4GEHENT. 1C&S. JOSEPH EOtPB. Proprietress. (Late of Qunauia). LEGAL NOTICE. A MEMBER of the firm will visit Co-! bargo on the undermentioned dates during the current year : Coubt Days — Janunry 32th, February ICth, March lfith, April 13th, May 11th, June 22nd, July 20th, August 24th, September 21st, October 10th, November 28rd, December 21st. RAWLINSON & BLAND, Solicitors, Bega. BERMAGUI. BERMAGUI. F. ADAMSON, Butcher, Ham and Bacon Factor, has commenced business a6 above InPBSMISBS OPPOSITE WALKER'S STOBE. Buyer of Hides, Calf Skins. Sc. BOOTMAKI^G. COBARGO. T. J. V. wishes t<i inform the P0RI-1C of CO HA 11 GO nild I lis' rict thai ALL WOHIi pnliusted to hi r> will be exe nted v<ith on e, a...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

Why man and Brooks, COACH AND BUGGY BUILDERS, BEGA, — S» VEHICLES of Every Description built at Prices consistent with honest workmanship. Repairs and Pairing a a Speciality. SEND YOUR I?IGrS 22 HILL, CLARK &~CO. Highest Rates Guaranteed. 9^" Proceeds Remitted on Day of Sale >j& Bankers : The Eank of N.S-W. WE sell from 20,000 to 25,000 PIGS p?r 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. ECE-A.ID OFFICE: O'COKTZSrSILL-ST, STrpTSTBT. The Federal Forge D. HENRY & SON, COBARGO. | 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 H...

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

-COBAHGO Amateur Dramatic Club A MEETING of members and intend ing members trill be bold at the School of Arts on THURSDAY, 28th in stant, to elect officers, select a dnmui, and transact any other business brought for ward. T. KENNELLY, lion. See.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Week's war. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

The GUeek's ttlat*. After the heavy fighting which took p'ace on Monday the 15 ,er forces under Botha retreated rapidly eastward. They were checked in their flight on Tuesday by the British cavalry on their fl inks, and agaia Btood at bay. Lieuts General Ian Hamilton and B. Pole Carew, commanding the 10th (Colonic) And 3rd Divisions respectively, follow ing up tho previous day's success, fiercely ass liled and carried the enemy g oentfe. Whereupon the Biera again retreated, lliis time occupying a second and stronger position further eastward. The second* poMtibfr the Boers again evacuated during (he night, resuming their eastward flight. An offi ial statement has been published dealing with the engagement which took place between the British forces under Lord Roberto and the Borrs undir Louis , Botha, on the day following the battle Hatherley. General Botha did not anticipate a frontal attack, and conse quently held the central position, Diamond ' Hill, very weakly while strengtheni...

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THH PREMIER IN REPLY TO ME. REID. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

THH PSJ3MIEE IN REPLY TO ME - REID. The leader of the Opposition moved an amendment on the . Address in-Reply, and spoke for about four Lours, to which the Premier replied as follows .'—The leader of the Opposition certainly pursued his subject to very great length, and lie finished by .moving an addition, which, aa far as I can julge, is the weakest attunpt at a vote of censure that has ever been moved. But the right hon. niemlier was not satisfied with that, and tliis morning he has given notice of another censure vote, which is to take place on tho 26th of this month, with (reference to the plague matter. I bupposo ;that mxt Tuesday we will have another to take place in a- »«•)>, and so will go to from week to week ttlPCh'HsliiiMS time. I think | tliat is making,a targe of Parliament. ^r' -^5^ UP .everything ho could a^aiiyst the Government, ami ho Auried^.^rgea which : promised to be • staggering,; but which , .became pallets of-sand before they reached its, or else he- would...

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SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. The Jonah-like epell which has teemed to hang over the Centrilbn footballers in tlicir efforts to arrange ilieir first match was broken on Saturday, when the fixture between them and Dry River, was played on ths latter's grounl Up to the day of the uiatch the {.looniy anticipations that the game was liko'y to lapse on account of the wet weatlier, hnd every' appearance of bting verified, but to the ^real joy of (he -frotballers, S.iturdty broke finp, and a great number attecded the, match in the hope of seeing some brilliant fall. Nor were they disappointed. In five minutes after the kivk off, the brief legged trousers of the placers were all of a beautiful dark ehhde peculiar to the Dry River soi1, atd- wherever a scrum settled down suddenly, a splash similar to that of clje Kiarna blowhole wca vinil)|g. If jjjp players enjoyed the game as much as the apictators, then their efrbrta V^ougfit p, deep ahi lasting joy t6 tlie "souls of all on the ground. Mr I). Keif...

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N.S.W. Creamery Company's Export and Commercial Co-Operative Schemes [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

N-S-W. -Creamery Company's Ex port and Commercial Co-Operative Schemes ffrfR delegates appointed by the sup pliers to examine the accounts sales, wis, in' connection with last season's texfJorfc scheme, wet at tite Company's ; •offices, Sydney, last week and com mitted their 'iifipection. Itereundu '' ta their report, which speak* for itself, wild indicates that they found every - idling vi-cy eatisfaictory. They'ex ' pressed tlfctnselves as highly gratified with the fact tlwife, *3 the result of the year's wotk, there was a bonus avail able tinder the commercial coopera tive schemes, and no doubt this will be equally pleasing to the Suppliers. AllliougU this ccho«ie, ky which the |»rolit.s'ar<; hjluriied to ,sii|i|i)iirs tiftcr certain rear.onttltle riuiunerat'on to sljarirlioldiirs, was in (xi.iteiice last (yearji advercfl seasons have militated &gaiust ti»o re»liii*l,ion of pri-fitn, and this is thc..<jmt year (hat anything lias been available. This ...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sidney Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

OUR TELEGRAMS; (fbom ouk Sydney counkspondknt. ) Sidney Wednesday. LiDHW. scarce. Creamery -^nij fac tory IIS to J«, xl.-iiry.WiV'elieusu ■5J«l :i> 0|i), bacon 7'1 to 7A'J, !i;»ins .(Ud to s j-\i, rg<;& 1* -Id to 1 -a Gd, fiiwls. *2s jB(-1 to 3s/(lucks'2 * Oil to 3s. ;5L'i:o -debute na tlio., Address-in? llcply w.-is continued in the Assembly until five o'clock this morning. Mr. McGowen said the Labor Party in" tended to support the tjovernment as, their defeat at this juncture would' delay hmch-tieedcd legislation. Mr.' Heid.amjcuiieed that he- did* not ' iu tend to press his "rimendment, but would ask the House on another occasion to take a certain course with regard to the question aticctipg the administration of justice. This an nouncement was received with ironi cal cheers by the Ministerial sup-, porters Reid - andall other members of the Opposition then left the Chamber. Norton called for "a division, the - G7 -members present voting with the-Noes atd no...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL MEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

LOCAL AND Q-ENERAL MEWS In aiiswvr to advertisement a number of.Ladies ..and gentlemen nut at the" School of Arts on Wed c day. .evening for the^urpose of forming au V.umteur dramatic club. After some utsenssion • f 'i cwvviviUioiv.il mvtui<s it was ikfk-o.1 t.. call ;* < ting for , ThiivnV'.y wn', i t ;!'»• g£ ei.'jiiiig Uh-. "«d, , ■ ■ '■ ■ -• 1 Tag ouiiituislfo o£ Ilie Cjbvg'1 | A. 1'. am'. II- Society nu i oil .U| J>' ,:Ly Iwfc^^'he rr'^"ut» 6,1 I U^r1;', oeGdpi&l* V'10 c,t tir- Otlur ! jiivsi'it—Me Klv; \I. OTioilly, M. Tiko, J., Sawtoll, 1'. I Tiirlviiloi', and A. Tiiflii.ton. It wm takM to ask,Mr- W, #«%*» ass,,t ! in auditing*^ Watti*" fiWt. Some fiaiill accounts were passed for pay in. nt. On Tti^day tlie usual monthly lU' Ctinj- of the School of Arts was hcM, Mr. H. Str«et, preaiiu..3. Tiie following were also in iiUeitdafua; ^Messrs. G. Camp' ell, P. AVilsan, D. Henry, Jl. Pike, F. Kelly. T...J. farliiiion and T. Kcimelly. Several fcocount...

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COURT PRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

COURT PRESENTATIONS. A lady on being presented to 'Her Majes'y kisses her hand, curtsying very low. She should lift (lie Queen's hand, which is extended for the pnr pose, oa the palu) of her own Imcd, and kiss it gently and very lightly! A common mistake is to begin the curt ty too soon, and too fav away from tho Queen,' Tic exceptions (olbis rule are—all peeresses, the daughters cf duties, iuarqui.es atd earls, the % ivrs of the eldest sons of peers of the above degrees, and the wives of the youngest sons of dukes and marquites. All thete ladies the Queen kisses on thecle.k, as they lowly bow before her. Foreign ladies are not expected to kiss the Quteu's Land. When the Piincess of Wales or any other Bojtl Princess holds a Drawing Boon), a lady who is being presented curtsies only, and floes cot kiss hands. A Couit curtsy is not the slow, sweeping oleisat.ee taught by the dancing master, but should "be deep and quick ; in fact, the common "charity bob." The reverence to the Queen o...

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COBABGO BAND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

COBABGO BAND BALL. The second annua] bail .given under tlie auspices of tho Cjbnrgo Hand was held ou Friday la^t, and in every respect was worthy of tlie high repu tation established.ut the initial enter tainment lust year. Fortunately, tlie weather was fine, although the bad State of tho roads 110 doubt kept some visitors away. About 55 couples were present. The ladiei of the district, with their usual kindness, supplied the refreshments free of charge, and it is not surprising that thvre wis an abundance of provisions of. the beat quali'y. The music was also supplied gratuitously, and was the best Co bargo li.ts hod for some years. Th > lirothers Martin are a host in them selves, and they were ably assisted by Miss Engsfrom and Mr. A. Harder (piano) and Messrs.. T. Adamson (violin) and A. Innes (piccolo). Messrs. Jas. Cullen and W. Duns mpre acted as Ms and gtvo cv> ry .satisfuc'ion. = We . were.iglad-to see th > Rvva. P. Kenny and.fi- Soares on the platform. The followin...

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