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The Fight between Jeffries and Corbett. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

The Fight between Jeffries and Corbett The crowd showed its first enthu siasm over the announcement that Charley White would referee the fight. There was a roar of applause ae lie entered the ring. There was a brief wrangle over the bandages on Corbett's hands, but he vra« finally allowed to wear them. The gloves were quickly slipped on, and in a moment the gong clanged loud and and clear. As the men sprang for ward the spectators were stilled to silence that was broken only by the rattle and clatter of the telegraph instruments. In the pri-liruinary sparring Corbett showed to wonderful advantage. He was panther-like on his feet, and darted in and out with .contusing speed. He whipped his left into Jeffries face and was either inside or away from the punch. Jef fries kept going in. however, but he seemed awkward. The pacc made by the champion was fast, and there >vas a yell of satisfaction from the admir ing spectators when the gong ended the round. Jeffries kept on making the pa...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

TENNIS. The Coliargo and Tjlba tennis playprg met on the former court on Wednes day, when the visitors scored au easy wiu. Following are the scores :— ^ Ladies' Doublus" Misses Tarliwoti and Pike v. Misses Boxsell and. Seccombe, G—8. Mrs. Walker and Miss Pike r. Misses Hobbcs and Scccombe, 6—4. Mixed Doubles. Miss Pike and F. Kelly v, Mies Boxsell and S. Keir, 1—6 Mrs. Walker and F. Kelly v. Miss Seccombe and E. Boxsell, 4—6 Miss Pike and Dr. Meeke v. Miss M. Seccombe and S. Keir, 1—6 Miss Tavlinton and Dr. Meeke v. Misa Hobbcs aud E Boxsell, 0—6 . ' Ladies' Singles. Miss Pike v. Miss M. Seccombe, 6—3 Miss Turlinton v. Miss Hobbes, 5-6 Mrs. Walker v. Miss Hobbes. 1—G Mies Pike v. Miss Seccombe, <5—0 Gentlemen's Singles. F. Kelly v. E. Boxsell, 3—6 Dr. Meeke v. S. Keir, 4—6 Total—Cobargo, 3 sets, 43 games; Tilba, 9 sets, 63 games.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A COMING STRUGGLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

A COMING STRUGGLE Tbk riot of the "Boxert" may be regar ded as simply a curtain-raiser to tiie great drama long since preparing, and shortly to comtneuce. That Lho aiTiiir of the "Boxers" is not merely a rebe! I'on has br;en rendered abundantly clear of late by the attitude of the. Chinese authorities. Not only have they never made the slightest a'tempt to suppress the alleged rebels, but they have actually encouraged tliera. To what end is not altogether mystifying. In the first place, the terra "Chines-e authorities" is perhaps misleading. It would appear.that there are now no Chinese with authority. Even the Dowager Empress is bilieved to be merely a puppet in tli^ hands of the Russians. And, although the Rus*-inns are participating with the other Powers in "restoring ordev" in China, it will probably eventually be found that they had not alif,tle to do with origina ting the dis'urbance which required (or, at any rate, got) European interven tion. When quiet lias been secured in ...

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THE MORALITY OF THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

THE MORALITY OP THE TURF Turf practice's and phraseology were very much in e\ idence in a case that occupied the District Court this week, in which a local bookmaker figured as plaintiff, to obtain damages for alleged ' di-famatiou. One of the terms of the plaint was that plaintiff was alleged to have "stiffened" racehorses. Mr. Browning, in putting the case to the jury, explained the designation from a turf point of view, and in reply to his Honor, said he understood what it meant perfectly well. When the rasa for plaintiff closed, Mr. M'Guren con tended that the term "stiffen" waB a slang word, and it was for the plaintiff to prove its meaning by evidence,- which was not done; and for that reason he contended that the action, so far as regarded the use of the term "stiffen," must fail. His Honor, however, held that if the t< rm were understood in the community in which it was used, there was no need to explain its meaning in evidence. For instance, if he stated that a m...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

OUR TELEGRAMS (Faou oue Sydney Correspondent.) Sydney Wednesday. Bdtteb I Id to Is, cheese 5|d to 6Jd, bacon to 7£d/ hams 7^d to 9d, eggs lid to 13d, fowls and' duckB 2a Cd to 3s. Toe Treasurer moved a Temporary Supply Bill amounting to £280,500. Mr. Affleck moved the reduction of the amount by £900, Mr. Barton's additional expenses in England. Tfiia led to a debate which lasted nntil six o'clock this morning, when the total vote was passed by 40 votes to 19. No fresh cases of plague yesterday. The Minister for Education intends to deal with the matter of compelling all children to attend school. The Railway Cjinmissioners state that the revenue derived from adver tising on the stations amounts to £9000. LondonWednesday. The Commonwealth Bill has, been read the first time in the House' of Lords. Mr. Barton is indignant at the statement made that he was stranded in London and unable to provide for his return. Rear-Admiral Kemoff reports that Seymour's expedition is surrounded 10 mile...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

WEEKLY CALENDAR. i> V- o' *4) ! u-3 "i , i <■» • m 10,1 u' -k i Monlll i His-'- | ' gts j i'iswr Fbkuv , "Jua2!>f't oj 1 55 | S ,2li ^ aT|;i:AY ' h !i • | 7 0 , 4 55 | 0 1 FUKI> y J. july 1 ] 7 d | 4 36 j " 9 34 Monday' j „ 2 1.7 0 | 4'SO j 10 5 Tun-'day ,, 3 j i 0 , 4 57 , 10 .34 u nvmiv | „ 4 7 0 1 4 5a . 11 i i'hu.'-sd'.t- i ■„ 0| 7 01 4 5s , 21 33

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

COBARGO HOTEL. 3TO&TT£lim AS IT OTOE? TO SB. fflffi'T SIMPLE 101 EXTENSIVE 8TABLINC. EXPERIENCED CRDOM. James Graiiain. POST OFFICE HOTEL, COBARGO, f. Proprietor. ;T. Seating bae much plpseure in "4> forming the residents of COBARGO and FnrrnundingDritr cts that lie has taken over the above well-known Hotel, and hopes *>y (keeping the BEST (BRANDS of WINES. ■fiPIRlTri, ALKS, etc., to merit « fair ^ehare tit support. SPECIAL A1TENTTON -will be paid to <the wante of Commercial and other Travel 'len. 'OoimnodioDB Sample Rooms available. •GOOD 8TABLTNG and a -competent tgroom in attendance. J. T. K. 'bops'to announce for the bene <8t of visitors from the TIIjIIA. XDO BO OM A. BODALLA and NKKUIGUNDAH DI8TEICTS that "hia Hotel pOHfiesecs nil the •comfortso' a home, while good horpe feed ud Btabe accommodation tie made b[iociali ■tiee ef the establishment. HORSES & fiUGGrY FOR HIRE The Central H°t«U BEGA. VuAti Raw BCaaagemeat. MRS. RAFTER BEGS t...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS We hear that Mr. John Payne junr, ■who is in the B ga Hospital, is slowly recovering from his recent attack of paralysis, Domng the week Mr. H. Street >"J.P.y was seized with a severe attack o! ThtuniMisa>' and confined to his house. We are glad to see that he Is ' now «ble to attend to business. The following five iactssboald ihotb those who can afford it to send some, thing towards 'the : relief --of India's starvingimiliiouB:—Out of 500,000,000 people in the Indian Empire, 60,000,- : ' 000 are starving— Famine, 'bubonic * plague, cholera, and drought are raging' simultaneously—Dead >bodies lie about the streets of Bombay—The pay on. r. lief wotka lias been reduced to four cents a dav foV a grown bp man—The t. bodies of-jthe .dead are burned all day. long, bnfcistill'.tliay • cucumber.. the earth. .M i;ssi$.>L J.LUivit.vjin.i F» lio'jerN 'retur .ied" Co Co'wg • d irin«» the week r.o upend the mid-a-iiiter vacatiou. I'hfiy todea discusM o f.iboul ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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The Chronicle For the cause that lads assistance, For the wrongs that nced resistance, Far the future in the dista[?]ce, And the good that [?]ce c[?] do. COBABGO, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 June 1900

Fur the canae, that lads assistance-, For the icrojiijn thai urtfil resistance, Far tXe future in the di&ta.ire, A ud tiie gond that ice ca- do. COBA.BGO, TnlDAY, J UNI! 29, 1900. AbuUT a month ago, one Geohoe Desmond dumped himself down iu Cuburgo, and without „.iny loss of lime bad the town billed to the effect that the Desmond Cyclorama and Yaiiety Company would give one of their popular entertainments at the School of Aits. The programme was sufficiency attractive to induce a fair attendance. Before opening the show Mb. Desmond explained that he ex pected tho rest of the Company later iu the evening, lie filled in the time with showing viewd on a very ordi nary uiagiu lantern—and mesmerising a local subject. But the audience' grew weary of George Desmond atid yearned for Kitty Ward's pupil—the ravishiug sight of a young lady dan. cing in no less than forty yards of gauzy maleiiiil. But the expectant ones-were doomed to disappointment —for the fair dauseuso came njt Hue G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 July 1900

'CheSydney Harbouinllltdmit Is unsurpassed in any tends . ' . ^ . One gaises till he's loath to quit ~ : A view ho splendid and so grand. *' • . But winter brings it ■squalls and storms, ■ When every .seaman should insure . His system "with the thing that warms, • Km. E. Woods' Great Peppermint CuM.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 July 1900

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 July 1900

^v'^or-Chroiiic Chest Complaints Wood's @G®e*fc Peppermint Cjire. is. 6d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 July 1900

gatarday, I4ts» July. AT GRAHAM'S YABDS 10 Head Useful Horses {all classes) 12 Bags Com 3 Bags Wheat a Tons Potatoes M& J. C'BEILTjT are lBslrtietefl W. Mr. R. Nieol to sell by public auc tion, tlie above. Sale at 2 p.m. Terms uisual.. NOTICE* ANY Person wishing to communicate with the undersigned will please ad dress as follows: "JOHN GRAVES, Store keeper, Corner of Frederick and Creagh Streets, St. Peters, Sydney JOHN GRAVES. TO .LET FOB A TEEM. The property known as Reedy Creek.—Apply first instance to EOBT. NICOL, Beedy Creek, Wagonga, -COBARGO— SCHOOL OF ARTS AGENEEAL MEETING of members of the above will he held on TUCS DAY next, 1.1'th instant, at 8 p.m. Busi ness—Nomination of officers and committae and election of auditors. T. KENNELLY, Hon. Sec. QUADRILLES. THE NEXT of the SERIES of QUAD RILLES will be hold in the School of Arts on WEDNESDAY evening, 11th JULY, T. J. WOON ) Hon. A. J. ULLEN > Sees. Cobargo- Cobargo. Sale by Maetion. ON SATUEDAY, 14th JTUIX WITHOU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 July 1900

For®ronehinl Coughs take Woods' Great [ Peppermint Cure. Is. Gd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 July 1900

Woods' Great ' Peppermint Cure for Cougha and Colds never fails. 1b. 6d.

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WITH ROBERTS TO PRETORIA. (From the D.T. war Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 July 1900

WITH ROBERTS TO PRETORIA. (From the D.T. war Correspondent.) As a matter of fact, during the last few -weeks we have been making war mere Eeriously than before. There has been more of the old time orthodox accompaniments to it. You see in the wake of a column nowadays huge clouds of hanging smoke, which spell devastation lo luckless farmers on the way This huge army marching along slowly northward really affords one of the finest sights in the world. Im mense struggling masses of bullocks, mules, black boys and waggons and dust; soVliers mounted and on foot, huge balloons always inflated skimming over the tin-face of the ground, held down by their anchoring waggons, ambulances, and guns of every pattern on earth, mobs of driven sheep and oxen, growing gradually smaller day by day as (he butcher's knife gets into them—the whole mass struggling for ward in clouds of trailing dust, rent by Uie shouts oE the nigger drivers and the swish of their long bambco fishing-rod whips. Over the e...

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The Week's War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 July 1900

The Ulee k's GClar. The city of Pretoria swarma with Boer spies, who report to the foe every British move. One of the tricks adopted by the hostile Boers to retard British movements in the conquered territory is to grease the railway iucliues where the gradeB are steepest. Lord Roberts has issued a proclamation, in which he states that he will levy fines on the farmers living in localities where the railways are damaged, and where the railway route is threatened by guerillas he will force Boer farmers to accompany the British troops on the trains. Owing to their insolence and trea chery, Lord Roberts has ordered the officials of the Netherlands Railway Company . to leave the Tr&iwvaal within three days. Lord Methuen's. fiirce (the first, division of the army corps) has expelled the Baers from a strong position which they had taken up near Yereeniging, 85 miles south of Pretoria, and one mile from the Vaal River, at Viljoen's Drift. Lord Roberts Buggests that an independent i...

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A BAYONET CHARGE. The Gordons against the Boers. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 July 1900

A BAYONET CHARGE The Gordons against the Boers. Whiting from Thaba 'Kchu, on May G, the war correspondent of the Cape "Times" gives the following account of the sensational bayonet charge oT May 1 :— On Tuesday, the first of the merry month of May, the Boers received a fctern reminder that Scotland had not forgotten, the debt contracted by her sons on the repellant, barren kopjes of Magerefontein. Not only did the eilted lads prove on this occasion that they remembered the obligation, but. they let the Boera k;iow that tbey intended to pay the debt of blood to the uttermost as opportunity arose. They did not stand afar off and yell their intentions to our suemics, they did not inform them of the fact through the medium of South African newspapers, they simply stopped, as opportunity offered, aud wrote off a portion at least of I he grim indebted ness with the points of their bayonets —wrote it off in the blood of the Boars. On this memorable day General Hamilton found the fo?. stron...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 July 1900

OUR TELEGRAMS (Fhosi ode Sydney Correspondent.) Sydney Wednesday. Butteb : Craamery and factory lOd to Is, dairy 8d to lOd, eggs lid to Is, bacon 5d to 7id, hams Gid to 9d, cheese 6id to 6Jd, fowls and ducks 2s to 3s. In the Assembly yesterday the Premier said the measure establishing Old Age Pen sions wo Id probably be introduced during the present session, He said it was impos sible to grant a special subsidy to munici palities this year. Mr. Wise moved the second reading of the Industrial Arbitration Bill and the de bate was adjourned until Wednesday. An-alluvial goldfield has bean discovered at Mount William, near Ararat, Victoria. Already 1500 men are on the ground. J. Holly, member of tlie . Victorian, Mining Board, considers' the field will prove equal to the great finds in the fifties. The censure motion in the Victorian Assembly was defeated by 44 votes to 33. It is understood that difficulties will be put in the way of any proposal to decrease the numerical strength of the...

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Cobargo A. P. and H. Society Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 July 1900

Cobargo A. P- and ff- Society Annual Meeting There was a time when the annual meeting of the above society created some stir in the town and enthusiasm ran high. Members were present from every adjoining centre, and excitement was kee.i over the clecti' n for the several positions on the board of management. Those days ap parently have disappeared—we hope tempo, arily—with the in. etiug just held. The attendance was small, and with some difficulty nominations were received for the positions on the executive. S: ill these positionn were filled, and with very suitable hard' working men. This iuSifferencfe to the interests of one of the most solvent societies ou the Sou'.h Coast is inexplicable, for there are ample funds in hand, and as far as human judgment goes, a go d spring aud summer i3 before us. However, we hope that in spue of the compara tive lack of .enthusiasm shown at the annual meeting, our local Society will strive to maintain its reputation as one of tho liveat on the So...

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