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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

The Uleek's ttlat*. It is ofik-ially notified that on the 11th inst, Lord Roberts' forces attacked the Boers under General Louis Bo!ha, on the Delagoa Biy railway linr, about 14 miles east of Pretoria. The Boers were everywhere routed, all the victorious Britishers bi/ouasking upon t he ground won. Colonel the Earl of Airlie, commanding tlu 12th (<he Prince of Wales' Royal) Lancers, was kil'ed du-ing the battle. After the battle the Boer army fled eastward. After the fighting at Eersle Fabriekan Lord Rofceits returned to Pretoria, and, being uneasy about the Rhenoster raid, which had resulted in the cap'ure of the Derby shires, he sent his Chief of Staff, Lord Kitchener, southward aerosB the Yaal. At tbo same time, the Field-Marshall ordeted General Hethuen to hasten towards the railway line. Lord Kiti-hener and Methuen met at Vredefort-road station, north of Roodeval, and at once marched to the Rhenoster River, where the Boers w. re understood to be present in force. An ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
" Evil to him who evil thinke," THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

" Evil to him who evil Ihinici," THEY SAY: That Ojiralwrlain, i«meiuberin»; Tteid's Yos-no attitude at liist referendum, sent for the ox-Prouuer to explain bolli sides of the ( CommoWWiiftlth Bill- I That in printing "bank note by the l>:irrow-loud Kruger hiw satisfactorily • Si.lv. d (Ik; 'question. of making !» B,,tTlus :<:ad 'niatiad liM'.l idojih-d this simple plan i ifesro would have Nwu no noceBsity for tlio j Finance <'<uu mission. I That if ail the proposed Js.P. fixe sworn | in 'lie aicn.w of revenue wUl l<e a sub Ths.t the appeal clause us it originally rtj.jH-wi'd in the Cou)iuonw«ilth Bill was simple enough; but Thai Chnmlievlain and the delegates have since «<•( "it i)"it«> inch a hopeless tangle that no two ia.jvyijrii can agree sm to its meaning. Thatjn view of the drubbing the little Japs soin'^yeats ugo; gave the Chinkies, the 1atter*s *esigt!nii«' to the'alliod forces scorns very funny. ^ _ " That rr^mU'I...

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

For Bronchial Ccughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is. 6d.

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

For Children's Hacking Ctragt at night Woods" Great Peppermint Cure. Is. Gd.

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

For Chronic Ohost Complaints Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. Is. Cd.

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

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure 1 t !.Coughs and Colds never fills. ■ Is. 6d.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of my beloved husband   William Cullen who departed this life, June 24th, 1899, aged 72 years. Father is gone , but not forgotten. Nor is the good advice he gave ;   Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger   Around our darling father's grave.   Long days and nights he bore in pain,     To wait for cure was all in vain ; But God alone, who thought it best, Did ease his pain and give him rest. Inserted by his loving wife and family.  

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 June 1900

■ TENMS. On,,Saturday, last. Jlessrs; A. ;E. Walker, D. lveir, ■ W. {Grapp nml J. Litimer, member.* .of tlio Oentrilb* Club, ployed a series of gain's wiili . "our of the Co'iargo. players .-"-Messrs. 0 ir.ipboH, • Meeke, Kelly and A. Tarlinton. X!io local players prove 1 t >p good for .the visitors, w!w won b it one set, Walker-defeating Tnrlinton in. good style, Tho court, owing to the recent rain, was rather Blow, and during the'-afternoon several showors foil, which rendered Ibo play very disagreeable. Following arc the scores:— DOU1JLES. Campbell and -Meeke v. Crftpp and Latimer, 6—2 Alex. '£.irlinton and Roily, v. Walker and Keir, 6—3 . . • Campbell and Meoke, v. Walker and Latimor, 6—5 Alex. Tiirlinton s\nd Kelly, V. Walker and Crvpp, 6—:J Kelly and Meeke, v Walker and Latimer, (onfinislie-l set) . Cob.-»'go 3 g.ui-es 30 pointp, Central Tilba i games. singles • Kelly v. Kcir, 6—:» ■ ITci ko v. Litimar, 0:—2 ' Ga.npVIl v. Cropp -3—5 Alex. Tiirlinton v. \."\tker, 5—1. Cobarg...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEATH OF MRS. GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

DilA'i'd. UF MtcS- GLADSTONE. Tiik death is announced of Mrs. CKthrirhie Glads1 one, relict of the late Mr. W. 15. Gladstone. The memory of Mrs. Gladstone, who bas not long survived her illustrious husband, will he revered by all English men and women. Her life was well and nobly spent. It was a life brightened by charity and love for the suflering, the poor and the helpless, by devotion to her husband and children, the life of a .rood woman. While human suffering was to be relieved, Mrs. G ladstone was never at resb, and her charity for young, old, sick, and poor in 'he ^ course of a loug and active life can i never be forgotten. It endeared her to the hearts of her people while she lived ; it will uot bo forgotten now she is at rest. Iu her youth she was known in society as ono of the beau tiiul Misses Glynn*. She was a daughter of Sic Stephen Glyune, who dud when she. was very young. The rector of Ilawarden,. the Hon. George Neville, was Lady Gwymies brother, j and it was iu the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

CHAPTER IV. It was now the middle of Juiy. People were talking of Goodwood and Ilenl y was already with them. Geoffi-ey D'Almaine was looking forward witli keen pleasure to es:orting liis beautiful financeo and her mother at the latter place. He had secured a houseboat on the river, aud had caused it to be placed in one of the most lovely spots on tbe Thames. Lady Graiiame and Viola were to be his guests for the week, and he was almost boy like in his enthusiasm at the prospect. After Henl y they were all to go down to The Nost, and there remain till the wedding, which was now but six short weeks off. To say that Lady Graiiame was in her element is to pot it mildly. Congratulated on all sides, consulted by her future son-in-law, with much deference, as to Viola's special tastes in tbe matter of decora, tions, colors, &c., for tbe spacious town house, so long shot up, was being entirely furnish*d for (he reception of the Tiew countess. What more could the heait of the average...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

Jj§' ' C2TOCE SEBVIOES. BOKAX CATHOLIC. H»eaceletireted*tS.30 &.te. aud 11.15 *,in. orer; Sunday at Cobar&o. fev&ing devotion every Sunday *t 7.S0 jvm. P, Kexnt, CBUaCB OF ekgl&nd. July J—Cotoargo H.C. 31; DigTwms 2.30; Tilba 7.30, G. Soxees. WESLErAA? ir. "WiLKEiv.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

LOST. BETWEEN Tilba and Sam's Creek a SEALED LETT15E addressed to the Commeicial Bank, Bega, :uid contaiuiug cheque. Will finder return to the owner, Mrs. Hobbes, Herriwiuga, Tilba. Cheque stopped. Reward. Oobargo Tennis Club. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. A CONCERT aud SOUIAL will be lield on FBIDA.Y, 21st September, in aid o£ the Cobargo Tennis Club. P. KJ5LIY, Hon. Sec. For Sale Oheap. ACBES AT BERMAGTO. WILLIAM BOOT, Cobargo. DAIRY FARM. TO. LET, a DAIRY, cither with or "with out cows.—Apply to I). TARLINTON, Bredbatoura.^ GROCERIES! GROCERIES! ON AND AFTER MONDAY, W igrn INSTANT. ^ A. TVWHiTE Has decided to add Groceries to his present Business and has just purchased a Large and Varied Stock of FRESH GOODS, Which will be opened up for Sale in his Premises Barmagui hoad, on and after Monday next, 25th inst. wr Goods Delivered Daily, and Orders may be given at the Delivery Van. Pastures and Stock Protection Board (Eden District) NOTICE. j TEE Scalps of Xutive Dogs, Diugo ! Pups and Hares x...

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CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

CHAPTER III. • So you liave found Ler—your ideal woman ?' Lady Bloss'a keen old eyes twin kled slily as she made this remark to her godson. 4 Yes, I have found her, Fairy,' be rep'ied, simply. ' When may I bring her to you V Geoffrey always called the old lady by the pet nauie lie had bestowed on her as a child. , Bring her to me whenever you ■will; but I have already seen her. Who has not had a glimpse of the beauty of the seasonreplied Lady Bloss, with a shrewd glance. * Do not you call her that, Fairy. "Sou do not know how I hate to hear it,' and Geoffrey frowned slightly. ' But she is that,' persisted the old lady; 'and indeed, dear boy, she deBerves the title, for she is very, very lovely, and if looks and expresbion go for anything I am sure she is as good as she is beautiful.' Geoffrey D'Almaine's brow clcared as though by magic. • Thank you, fairy godmother, he r-:. said, weil pleased. 'And jou will give us your blessing V < With a heart and a half, dear Geoff,' s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lord D'Almaine's Double. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

Lord D'Almaine's Double. CHAPTER ir. lady Grahame l»ai some difficulty In restraining !>er rapturcF, but she beamed upon the young couple and ■was altogether very nice and gracious, embracing her daughter with a great show of affection, and pressing Geoffrey's hand wi-.h even a suspicion of tears in her still handsome, dark eyes. He read her ladyship like a book, and could picture the reception he would have received lml lie been less highly favored by# fortune. They spent a very [ileasant evening. Geoffrey took them to the opcm, and under cover of the glorious ruubic the lovers whispered to each other, and dreamrd their dreams in a paradise of their i/wn creation.

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"Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

" Evil io hint who ceil tltmks." THE! SAY: I That there should bo no trouble in sinnsh np China—the average servant girl can do it. Tliat should England und Russia go to war pvo-JSoers will discover endless virtues in the Muscovite not possessed by the Uri tishcr. That judging by the way Professor Miihouey is being fetod down south, he must be a real good sort. That the satisfactory pi-ice paid for dingo scalps has encouraged unprincipled persons to raid their neighbours' trnps; and That one sufferer from a sneak of this description traced the offender light home. That S. TV. Bate, <>f Centrilba, is to hr commended for convening a public meeting —without the usual requisition—for the purpose of doing something for the relief of India's starring millions. That the relations which at present exist betwe;n the :li.-d rations now rep: e sonted in the Chinese crisis will not be so eordial when the time couies for dividing the spoils. That the recent mysterious attacks on co...

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A SERIOUS DEVELOPMENT. What Britain Must Do. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

A. SEE10TJS DEVELOPMENT What Britain Must Do. The seriousness of the whole pcsition an the Far East, olid the significance •and danger to Japan, and possibly to Britain, by Russia's acquisition of Mesampho, arc unmistakably shown by ■an article which appeared in "The Times" only a month ago. The ^arrangement between Russia and Korea is referred to as -'a h'glily impor tant understanding with the Korean ■Government, which marks a new and "serious development of the l?ar Ear tern question." "M. PavlofiY' the article goes on, "has induced Korea to grant R a est a a tite for a coal depot and a aaval hospital at Mesampho 'harbor j the position is within three Juiles of the foreign settlement. There 5a a touch of irony tu the engagement •on the part of Russia not to seek to rent or to acquire land on Kqjwdo island, or the opposite mainland, or on any of the neighboring islands, in con _ sideration of this pledge, the Korean •Government has Hgreed not to alienate •any of these positions to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WANDELLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

WANDELL/L A conitusroXDKNT has sent along the following :—The progress committee held its usual monthly meeting at Wandella recently. The abominable state of the roads having been freely discussed, it was unanimously deii-icd to write to Mr. Austia Chapmen M.L.A., and endeavour to enlist his sympathies aud influence in an effort to obtain simple justice; this roal being admittedly the wor.it and most j neglected on the South Coast. 1Si1.ee j the recent heavy raing, several! veritable death-traps have developed— bogs wide and deep. The usui' greeting now exchanged on meeting, between those travelling the road (?) daily, is :—" Hello,—whsre did you bog V Tho track through Prentice's is now in triplicate. Strangers are advised to take the middle one. Those intending to run for Parliimsat the top one; they will then realise to the full Wandella's grievauce, and be in a position to lend a sympathetic ear to the tale of woe, each and every resi dent is anxious to inundate them with. It wa...

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COBARGO A. P. and H- Society. Officers Elected. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

COBAEGO A- J- and H- Society* Officers Elected President : 1?. G. Roberta. Vice-presidents: ,E. AdaniBon and RE. Rily. Treasurer ". J. P. O'Reilly; Committee J G. Parb'ery, J". ■ Boyd, J, Grabam, E. Graham, T. J, Tariin ton, J; Horsley, fl. Murray, B. Annetta, R. M. Bate, A. Tarlinton, P. WilsCin, T. Allen, J. Walsh, M. Pike, D. Henry, D. Tarlinton, W. Dansmorc, W. Dammelt G, F. King, i1. W. Tarlinton.

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BEITISH YALOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

BEITISH YALOR' Mb. Julian Ralph (an American j ivn'niilist) hai a thesis in the "Daily Mail" on the quality of British va lor. I have not known precisely iiow to rate British valor, he says. I have sr-en that it is the first of the kind. I Lave had many opportunities to judge it. It has shown itself in every engage ment wo have had with the Botrs, sometimes too brilliantly to be entrus ted to English for description, often successfully, alwajs tellingly. But what does ifc make f ,r, how does it count in war J Remember that the Boer has never shown a trace of that quality, and ypt lie 1ms wade many a good battle, and we account him a good fighting man. If wo analyse the fighting qualities of the Briton and Boer wo (iud that the Briton is always ready to rush upon death, while the Boer as religiously avoids risking his life more than the greatest caution leaves necessary. Grant this, admit that many an English mm now lying under the surface of the veldt would have "lived to fight anot...

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THE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

THE PIG MARKET. HlLt Clark <fc Co., report:— Fat pi# marktt completely glutt< <3 this week, ever 2,000 penned in the two days wh'cli v.us consider^ ly in excess of requirement, the result being that prices were very bad for all descriptions, especially noticeable in heavy baconers and back fatters, tiie l.ilttr selling at vevy low rates. Y/e quote extra prime weighty back fattera 40/ lo 45/ prime weii-li'y 35/ to 40j, ex' ia {.rime weighty bncouers 31/, prime lighter 32/ to 34/, light 24.3 lo 30s, best porkers 20s to 23-', lighter 17s to 19s, others froiu 12s.

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