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A MUSCULAR MARVEL. THE STRONGEST MAN IN THE WORLD. SAMPSON EXPLAINS HIS METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

A MUSCULAR MARVEL. THE STRONGEST MAN IN THE WORLD. SAMPSON EXPLAINS HIS METHODS. An Irishman up Maitland way used to tell a story whenever the subject of strong men cropped up in the local wine shanty about the wonderful mus- cular development of his brother— whom no one in the district had seen. This man's biceps were so big, he de- clared, that his arms stuck out at right angles when he walked, and he had always to turn sideways to go in and out of his house. An Evening News representative who visited the Austra- lia Hotel to have a chat with the "strongest man on earth," had con- jured up visions of a tall, burly indi- vidual of colossal proportions. But Charles Sampson, seen in his walking clothes, is a contradiction of all such preconceived notions. To use a para- dox, his very ordinary appearance is remarkable, and it is hard to believe that the handsome, thick-set fellow of 5ft 7in, who is chatting away plea- santly in French with a friend, is identical with the man who holds...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORREPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)   NOTWITHSTANDING the fact of there being a local paper, the residents of this district will give a cordial wel- come to the Chronicle, and Mr. Boot will, I am assured, receive liberal sup- port from his many friends and well wishers throughout the whole district. The all absorbing topic at present is, of course, "the weather," and the   dairy farmer's faces are beginning to lengthen out as day after day goes by and no rain appears. The milk sup- ply is going down fast, and things will be a bit serious if we have to wait for the January rains. The local prophet tells us we shall have all we want about the 20th instant. Let us hope   that this prediction will be the excep- tion that proves the rule. But what means ruin to the farmers means riches to the miners on the ever- faithful Dromedary, which at present is supporting upwards of 100 miners. The Company employ on an average about 60 men, and there a...

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THE POINT OF PROFIT IN KEEPING COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

THE POINT OF PROFIT IN KEEPING COWS. DAIRYMEN should always remember that a cow never begins to return her owner a profit till after her keep is provided for. Therefore, the dairy- man who allows his cows to fall off in their flow of milk at any season of the year, before they have paid for their keep, runs a very poor chance of making a profit out of his cows. It takes the average cow about six months of the year to supply enough milk to pay for her keep, and after that time what she gives is all profit. But if the cow is not surrounded with conditions such as good pastures and plenty of succulent food and pure water it may take her eight months to pay for her keep, and when that time is up she will feel like retiring from the arena of practical milk-giving. We would therefore, advise dairy- men to make every effort to maintain the flow of milk, and to keep their cows milking for at least ten months   of the year. This is the only way of making dairying pay, and, of ge...

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CORUNNA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

CORUNNA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THE letter forwarded by the Progress Committee to the Minister for Public Instruction pointed out the necessity of having the Corunna Public School ground fenced, not only for the benefit of those children who ride to school, but with a view of having the ground cleared and ornamental trees planted. These necessary improvements would add to the attractiveness of the school and grounds, but the "faithful" report sent to the Department has succeeded in defeating the just claims of the district. After several years of uphill work the Corunna Dairy Factory is now making good progrees, thanks to the energy of its first class cheesemaker, Mr. Gowing, who always gets top market prices. We are, however, sadly in need of rain, and if a down- pour is not soon forthcoming the lot of the dairy farmer will be a hard one. It is very gratifying to the support- ers of the Moruya S. N. Company to learn that the latter has purchased the steamer Coomanderry, a mo...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Friday. BUTTER, finest creamery, 8d ; factory, 7½d per lb.; cheese, 5d to 6½d per lb ;   eggs, 5d to 7d per doz.; bacon, 6d to 8d per lb; hams, 8d to 8½d per lb ; fowls, 2s 9d to 4s per pair : ducks, 2s 6d to 3s 6d per pair. Several exciting scenes occurred in the Legislative Assembly yesternight during budget debate. The Premier, G. H. Reid proceeded to attack Mr. Ashton, the member for Goulburn, dur-     ing his absence from the chamber, for his speech on the previous night, and in- sinuated that he (Ashton) was a liar. The Premier also declared that Ashton was hysterical on the question of fed- eration. Mr. Lyne then rose to defend the member for Goulburn, whereupon the Premier in the most insulting tone referred to the inventions of unscru- pulous persons. A scene of the great- est disorder ensued, and names and insinuations of the most objectionable character were uttered. Lyne refuse...

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GOOD BRAIN FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

GOOD BRAIN FOOD. A FRENCH physician has found the casein of milk to be a good brain food. He experimented specially with butter- milk, and found that the casein of it differs from all other albuminoids. One of its properties is, when burnt pure, to make no ashes. In a number of experiments he found that abso- lutely pure casein contains 753 parts   out of the organic phosphorus. He also demonstrated the presence of casein of sulphur, and, therefore, con- cludes that casein is made up of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phos- phorus, and sulphur. According to this statement, skim milk and butter- milk are brain foods of a very high order, for both are rich in casein.

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[?]ET. (SENIOR GRADE). [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 November 1898

Bet. F (senior grade). the C"barao and ■t at Cobargo in ^ lift Cobargo Dis ri'-t [at ion tn'fhy At the of he piny a lerjr h'gh towing, which, as the. day eai-ert to a blet d of bliz »d tnutitoon : l>ut it is 'le if iheue, i-upi<l«m n td l>y _ inkn, would tend in the d grne to damp tho ardor of •icl- eter- of the Co,iarg • Aseo Cobargo won the toss and illia to i he creases, which they tu il they had put. up the very fe.ctable sc re ot 141, Hobbes, u- n, W a; d R Hoxsell an-i R >ps ^Ktyng best For Cobrgo, Dr. Week"-, Frank Tailiiiton an<l V. rHenry w> re th« only p'ayers o reach double figures, tlie totHl be>ng 73, 'lilba 'bus winning on the first, innings [ bj 68 runi-. Polio ii:g are ttie tcore.E— Tii.ba.—First innings. Hol'bps b A Ta'linton ... 28 P calla b F Tarlinton... ... 7 PVcu-on c T)imu b A. Tarlinton 26 E. Bate run out ... 4 W. Box sell not out ... 38 E. Boxsell b A. Tarlinton ... 1 Hubs b F. latlinton ... 11 An y c Boyd '• A. TarlL-ton...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 November 1898

Prints, Ribbon; -I] Men's] Men's] Boots Tobad Ne; Plums &

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 November 1898

that . each event lining, tlie Bu-ii.e^B an<i boss. Ask Fm of customers, ihst<ndiig, find faves' well-stocked ■ef-ated on the tea not resign but e—well mo'asses to work will be coin liomiB' reef at Brass Lt the " bhow " is a Davia in the match last when not chasing 'bat or fielding a 'de-d ' ' tbe spare time watchiog appears every Colargo n for the Wandella match will put in an appearance : rt unticip.-Uc a 'soft' tbiog. i. •? jnd .acity billet, all the tie erring one, and 10 mary in regard 'ho TOa for about tvici of moic to siy on busy amongft us On Sunday m rn "Tr. A Coffin di'd b extending over only been mar ls, &> d much fym young huHhand, ndii>K Mrs. Cuffin. the -district is i; the Drom'da'y fi-es ceem to be Truly we are kgrasR will be a week or so if -tiled at Wil day evening hing a jockey Irgo, Betroa«ui ITilba anrl Na anoers a> d the ct oice of 'wo if thf a1 ove hands, a really formed. the D>y River [Lake giound in Lpe ition for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 November 1898

WATCH THIS SPACE —FOR— Price List H. J. STREET, COBARGO HOUSE, COBARG-O. Contractors & Builders. COBABGO> 0T ESTIMATES OF AT.L WO'1 K GIVEN AT the a^ore establishment Cnstomw may rely or. getting beef of <l>e very >»sf qiwli'y. nnri- a nn oblig ng shopman ia » w ys in attendance, the pr<p-iet»' hope by aitenticn to patrons to annex a fair nhareof snpport. FAMILIES WAITED ON FOR ORDERS. —DON'T FO; GKT— ANNETTS,^ NKXT 10 P '-ST OFFICE .-TORKS W, Clarke Shaw, GOIDSMITH, JRW-FLLEB, AND DIA MOND MERCHANT. Watch and ciockmaker, Jmd Tealer in jyery Good Make of ' heffieU Electro-plate, Cutlery etc. OPPOSITE POfT OFFICE, COBAEGO. IT I® UNNECESSARY NOW to SKNO TO SYDNEY, AND PAY BEFOREHAND FOR WHATl-flO RAVE N'T «BEN*, be cause I can SHOW YOO RIGHT HERE a wi clioce t-elecion of the very latest •'osiens in flnythiue you miplit leqaire and AT PRICES (when make and qua'ity are •considered) as CHEAP AS JHHCHEAP EST SHOP IN BYI NRY. All Jewellery (hesi 'os h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 November 1898

POST OFFICE HOTEL, COBARGO. Proprietor. J- T. Keating has mnch plmeure in !■ forming the leaidents of COBARGO and Snrroonding Discrete that he has taken over the above well-known Hotel, and hopes tiy keeping the HEST BUANDs of WINKS, 8PI HITS, ALES, etc., to merit a fair share of support. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be paid to the wants of Commercial and other Travel lers. Commodious Sample Booms available. GOOD PTABLING and a competent groom in attendance. J. T. K. begs to announce for the belip fit of visitors from the TILBA, K00 RODMA. BODALLAandNEKHIGUNDAH DITTRICT6 that li s Hotel possesses nil the comforts of a home, while pond horee feed and stabe accommodation ire made speciali ties of the establishment. t ermagui. D. DUNSMORE BEGS to ennowme to tbe mi dents of Cota-go and the Snrronnding Dis tricts that he bas taken tbe above Hotel, and trusts lhat by keeping nothing but the BK8T BRANDS of ALES, SPIHirS. etc., in stock, rouplird with civiity and attention to patrons to merit a f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 November 1898

Mr AND SO IS Kennelly's MS PRICE LIST! BOOTS LADIES STRONG LEATHER SHOES 3/11 pair „ Evening Shoes 2/9, 3/9, and 4/9,pair „ Tan and Clack Stoes 6/9, usual price 8/6 „ Tan Shoes 4/11, usual price 6/9 „ Black Kid Shoes from 4/9 to 10/6 „ Lace-up Boots 5/9, 6/9, 7/9 AND „ Tan Lace-up Boots 6/9, uBual price 9/6 INFANTS Boots and Shoes from 1/3 pair MEN'S Bals. 4/11, 5/11, 6/11 to 15/6 „ Tan Bals. 6/9, usual price 8/6 „ Bluchers 3/11, 4/9, 6/6 7/9 CHILDREN'S Strong Leather Lace-up Boots 2/11 pair, any size SHOES. CLOTHING, &C. BOYS' Sailor Suits at 3s 9d. MEN'S SUITS from 15B-6d upwards „ Blue Serge Suit?, extra good quality „ tailor-made, 35s „ Trousers ftota ... 2s 9d pair „ SbirtB from ... la each „ Iiats, Ties, Collars, Handkerchiefs GLASS LARGE SIZE PLA.TE3 2b 9d per dozen Cups and Saucers 3a 6d to 18s per dozen Tea Pots, large size, lOd each Tumblers 33 9d per dozen AND Wine Glasses 2s 6d per dozen China Egg Cups lOd dozen pT) Ap T7~ T1T) ~V7~ Butters and Sugars from Is 3d ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 November 1898

cs.v&esesspnasa. ? "ntVIVE SEFVICRR will bo ccn JucfoJ 111 || the diatiict as follow;' ROMAS CATHOliO, Haas ce'ebrated at 8.S0 a.m end 11." 5 a.m. every Sunday at Cobirgo. Eveuiug devotions every Sunday at 7.30. p.m. J. J. O'REILLY. CHOBt'n OP ENGLAND. Uov. t!T—Tilhn Tillm, 11 a m ; rig nm's CifcU, 2 30 p.m ; Cobargo, 7 30 p m. G. SO-iBES. WE8LBTAS. Nov. 27—'Oobargo, 11 ct.tn.; Wn&dclla, £.30 p.m. * Quaama, 7.30 p m. M. WALKER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 November 1898

SOLD BY STOREKiiPERS & CHEllAITSB ] FINAL NOTICE. IT is requested that ALL ACCOUNTS owing to the Lite firm of A. E. WALKER & 0<». will be paid WITHOUT DELAY. Mesbbb M. & J, o'REILLY are empowered to receive the same, anl thtii Teceipt will be a nufflient discharge. ACCOUNTS remain* ing umaid Fi'OtvTEEN DATS niter the data of this NOTICE will be recovered at the next SMALL DEBTS OOCBT. a. E. WaLKEB. November 15th, 1898. Illawarra Steam Navi gation Company. A STEAMEB WILL LEAVE— SYDNEY every MONDAY and WEDNES DAY, at noon. EDEN every WEDNESDAY at 8 a.m. and BATDRDAYat 6 a.m. MBBIUBTjT^A oo WEDNESDAY at:9.30 a.m. and 8ATCBDAY at ^730 a.m. TATHRA, tame days at 1 p.m. BERMAGUI, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 4 p.m. Bermagai farea: Saloon 25s; retard 40s; steerage 12» fid; return 20*. No charge for meals on board daring the passage. A, 0. TOBNEB, Maonger. N. S. CREAMERY BUTTER CO. mHK PBIOE for BGTTER churned from j CREAM delivered at the BEG A MO GILLA, and ...

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UNPUNISHED CRIMES. The Clarkes and their Associates. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 November 1898

UNPUNISHED CRIMES. The Clarkes and their Associates. DURING the year 1866, and the first   half of 1867, John and Thomas Clarke, and their confederates, most of them blood relations, kept the southern New South Wales, chiefly around the old town of Braidwood and the pretty mining town of Araluen, in a state of unrest and apprehension. In the earlier months of the former year the crime of bushranging was increasing in an alarming degree. Examples by hanging and shooting were made, but apparently without effect. No sooner was one gang got rid of, by the police revolver, the hangman's rope or a long sentence of hard labor on the roads in irons, than another gang sprang up,   more ferocious, if anything, than its   predecessors. Mails, stores and trav-     ellers were stuck up with the greatest   impunity, policemen were disarmed as if they were schoolboys, and the special Act passed—the Felons Apprehension Ac...

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BOOT'S INDIGESTION CURE. WHAT PFOPLE SAY. MR. CHARLES OWEN, Survey Office, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 November 1898

BOOT'S INDIGESTION CURE. WHAT PEOPLE SAY. MR. CHARLES OWEN, Survey Office, Lands Department, Sydney, writes:— DEAR SIR,—I have pleasure and confi- dence in testifying to the value of your INDIGESTION Cure. Having been a victim to Indigestion for years, I tried your remedy, and after using four bottles of it obtained   great relief, not only in an Indigestion point of view, but in many ailments, such as Flatulence, Heartburn, Acidity, etc., inci- dent thereto, did I find it efficacious. Mr. T. B. Perry, J.P., of the well-known firm of Dent and Perry, Commission Agents, 151 Sussex Street, Sydney, writes:— I have been a sufferer for some time from Indigestion, and a friend advised me to try BOOT'S INDIGESTION CURE. I have taken three bottles and am happy to say I am   quite cured, and I do really think that such an effectual cure as mine has been should be circulated throughout the length and breadth   of the land. You can make use of this how you...

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THE Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON BEING HAED UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 November 1898

THE Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON BEING HARD UP. IT is a most remarkable thing. I sat down with the full intention of writing something clever and original—at least, not at this moment. The only thing I can think about now is being hard up. I suppose having my hands in my pockets has made me think about this. I always do sit with my hands in my pockets, except when I am in the company of my sisters, my cousins, or my aunts ; and they kick up such a shindy—I should say expostulate so eloquently upon the subject—that I have to give in and take them out— my hands I mean. The chorus to their objections is that it, is not gentle- manly. I am hanged if I can see why. I could understand its not being con- sidered gentlemanly to put your hands in other people's pockets (specially by the other people), but how, O ye stick- lers for what looks this and what looks that, can putting his hands in his own pockets make a man less gentle ! Perhaps you are right, though. Now I come to think of...

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AXIOMATIC PEARLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 November 1898

AXIOMATIC PEARLS. THE best practical moral rule is never to do what at any time we should be ashamed of. The best thing of all is to live like honest men, and to add something to the cause of liberality, justice, and truth. You cannot dream yourself into a character; you must hammer and forge yourself one. Self-respect is the most elevating feeling with which the mind can be inspired ; it confers a grace upon the lowliest as well as the highest. The most brilliant qualities become useless when they are not sustained by force of character. By relying on our own resources we acquire mental strength; but when we lean on others for support, we are like an invalid, who having accustomed himself to a crutch, finds it difficult to walk without one. Self-reliance is the best weapon to fight the battle of life. Our inducement in life should be to live honest, industrious, and virtuous lives. Only very low aims—the mere promises to pay of life, not life—can be easily secured. A thousand low s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 December 1898

Preliminary Notice. IK ENTERTAINMENT in aid ofthef ndi of the COB4ROO TOWN BAND will be held on the night ot the 26th JaNUABY NKXT. MR. F. G. HEADY, 8UBGICAL AND MECHANICAL DBNTIST, 0AHP-3TSS8T. SB&A, WILL VISIT OOBABGO AT BEGtJLAR PBBIODS. Satw Vlll Be Duly AdwtUei. COBARGO Gun Club 1 BIT'S SPORT WILL BE HELD ONDEB THE AUSPICES —Of the— Cobargo Gun Club —OK— (ANNIVERSABY DAY.) Full particular* in a future isfue. THOS. KENNBLLY, Bon. Fee. THE WAS IS NOW OYER —AND— THE TREATY of PEACE is SIGNED —AND— - Horriteq i Harlow ~ IN returning thanks to tbe pnbl'c for pa9 sapport beg to notify that they hare re moved to their new premises two doors farther np the street, where with increased facilities for doing thn woik ; and the prices of material having come r?own again to their original standard, they will now be * able to turn ont a better and cheaper ar ticle than hertofore, WAGGONS, DB AYS,CARTS, WAGGON. ET1E*. BUGGIES and SDLKIB* made to order of the best material and of seaso...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 December 1898

CHCBCH OF EKGLAKD. Dec. 4—Cobargo (R C); Qaaamt, 230 p Bermagui, 7 30 p.m. a. fOARES.

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