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The Gentler Sex—A Sketch from Life. [FROM THE BULLETIN.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899
... SJcetekisom [Fkom The Bdlletin.] liABtiB, pleading, wistful eyes look up with baby innocence from that nun suggestive face. ' Like a realised ideal ihe'-®tis "the Imagination ; grabious, lovr-voiced, perfect in manner's and apeeoh the exalted feminine fa a look and movement, . Commanding adora tion inevitably from every man «f ui; hearts yielding homage and ears most rapt attention, ai the rose-Dud month ripples forth'" I suggested knocking out two of thiB front &bth: to prevent recognition." ; And—u If IHA3 kftown the tody wouldfloat, 1*rotrid 4iave ripped it open 1" ^ : Is Thtokla Dubberke abnormal in mentality, or is she merely more : can did than her average sister V The ques tion iB disturbing. It is mostly, the male student who faints at the oper ating-table, 'while the sweet", young nurse "placidly mopsup \he istood* It | is the husband who blushes in the Divorce court, while thewife smilingly discourses on matters of severelyjdomes tic interest. Also, angelio cre...
CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR COBARGO CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899
CORRESPONDENCE. | (To the Editor Gohaboo Chronicle.) I *YoO& correspondent, 4116»t Rider," Eout what be consider! a grow lot to our Show by tbe (towarda trying oat their instruction* ia tWheavy haekney eUu. I cunjr, injustice to Mr. Ottos, he Intended to ■end hia bone into tbe ring with over thepieecribed.. .weight, up,, bat the stewards wared bin it mi not neces sary to do so. At tbe '97 Show the stewards Insisted on tbe prescribed ■weights being up, andturned bones outbftie ring to $el JwiaWer riders. I might also crave your indnlgenee to draw the committee's attention to (ho fact of some of the ei^r^tiag over the presoribed ages. At former shown they would have been promptly die* qualified. I suggest the committee in future see that proper attention it paid to'sgesbfcattle by competent persona.— 1 km, air, to,, FAIR PLAT.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899
MISCELLANEOUS. Farther report* from the country on Monday told of useful rain in parts of the West. Western Australia exported 100,665 ox. of gold in February—46,000 oz nor* than in the February previous. " The Times" warns President Kroger that there is now a revulsion of feeling in France and Germany. President Kruger challenges Mr. Chamberlain to prove that he has failed to execute his promises. Over one hundred thousand bags of wheat have been despatched by team I to Culcairn from Ctormanton during the season. The Transvaal President declares that Great Britain's desire to regain the territory of the Republic Is her only real grievance. ! Some 21,000 British residents in the Transvaal have petitioned the Queen to order an inquiry, with a view to obtaining reforms. It is asserted that since President Kruger promised reforms in 1895, the position in the Transvaal has become worse, Sydney Webb regards the Australian metropolitan newspapers as with one or two exceptions superior to ...
Pretty Miss Vane. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899
MissVane. CHAPTER I. jfkffi&ow brother, Mr. Lynne seemed to Twee an instantaneous fancy to Lady Mary, and the whole place, for ere he had been therea couple of hours they were the best of-friends. And on this point the colonel's own wishes did not mislead him, for Francis Lynne really and truly experienced an agreeable surprise, both as regarded his hostess &lt;and her surroundings. He found Lady Mary charming be yond words, and beautiful beyond /Ideicnptioih, unselfish, unworldly, and „ " thoroughbred." It was a real plea -■^siire to chat with her, and drink in at 'the same time the curious aspect of her vurrotfadings, ' all skin ruga and blue china,' as Hilly had expressed it, but i'ie effect was indescribably charming. The panelled walls, the long corri dors, the black oak staircase, the. family portraits and miniatures filling up the empty spaces, and the valuable -old-china, and other nicknacks filling the crannies, he felt that it was the home of an artiat* and...
ADVANCES TO SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899
ADVANCES TO SETTLERS. Thb Parliament Imm decided on a prin ciple of relief giving to settlers that many did not contemplate. Half * million of money isto lie jijrOvided for disbursing to needy farmer* sad selec* tors in sums op to £200. This is to be secured on the holdings of the bor rowers, for the money is wit An advanoe and must be repaid jrith 4 per cent, interest. The Stats has virtually be* come a huge money lender, and it may safely be predicted will have plenty of constituents. Though not actually establishing a State bank, the Govern* ment is adopting one of the principles of banking as it has been conducted in this colony. Whether the Crown, through its responsible Board, will succeed as mortgagee* of lauded estate is a problem yet to be solved. There ere two points on which the dispensing Board mut exeroiie the utmost dis cretion : firit, that the securities will even under the influences of deprecia* tion and depression, be worth the id* vances with intereit. This Is th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899
it";- ; ti ra^gnnwe zr oross «•;«. v1 .• • f.i^a»A'rsi?e ^/ppirfttor. J- T Jfojtiiig bu much plfMara in Ti Formlng ilia leiidentg of COB>RGO iand PorrfiondinijDitcr'cU that he ha« ttken over, theftboTe ^cjl-known £«t«l, «nl hopes by lceeping/the BB8T BBANDS of WINBH, SPIBITri, iliES, «t«., to merit ■ Mr •hare pt support. 8PIKHAJ.AITENTION will to |*M to &lt;he \ranti of. CommtrcUl end other Tm«l lira. CocomfKliotii Sample Roont Mailable. GOOD WifitlSO aid « competent (T00B;ia«t|MldM10*. J. T. K; : to announce for the bear* At. of. rfrftora In«n the TILBA, N00 BOOMA°*BO»AT,XA and NEKRIGCNDAH DIHTRIGIttlhat hisHotelpounnM *11 -the •comforUor afaome, jfrkile; good bone feed andetafce aowumodatkm we made apecieli 4iea'rf3aV«*tab1iibment.1 TheCentml H°tel, BEGA. [Lati- of thyOe^yiew Hotel, Tathra,] BEQB to'remind VISITORS to BEGA tfciVth«y «W 6ad the CENTRAL oSengpecid ferivattMai ibttng faroished - '' BiiOAKD " _ thoct with* WfitCTAL BfcGAKD TO "COM rbkT,^rtwr wirtf alimoderu...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Thb public thoroughly realise the great convenience of the new mail arrangement!, for in addition to the great boon of an early delivery, more time is available for the transaction of money order, savings bank and other general business. We are glad to hear that Mr. Win. Thompson's child, which was brought to town about • fortnight ago in order to be under the immediate care of Dr. Meeke has bo far recovered that it is now considered out of danger. Thb Bishop of Goulburn, Dr. Chalmers, in a recent letter to the Rev. O. Soares says " I do not leave Goulburn till April 26th, probably at Cobargo for Sunday May 14th, cannot fix precise date yet." The elderly man, Mr. William Watt, who some time ago was .brought from Beloura in a very serious state of health, has so far recovered that he is able to return to his usual occupation. The undermentioned players will represent Dry River against Tilba on Saturday 1st April:—D. J. and W. J. Tarlinton, E. Hyland, W. and S. ...
The Chronicle. For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need ressistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899
®pC|r0triA. For tie cause that lacks Quittance, For the wrong* Hat need remittance, For til* fidwe tit the distance, And tie good tkat we can do. Cobaroo, Fridat, March 31, 1899. During the last! decade or so, the Mail Service between Sydney and Cobsrgo baa been improved to such an extent that thla district has reason for gratulation on the regularity with which the mails have been delivered. Every resident recognises thiB. But in the Postal as in other great State Departments the policy should ever be one of progress; indeed, this spirit dominates the whole f&brio of our commercial and industrial economy. The people of this town and district have long since claimed that they were entitled to a nine o'clock deliveiy of the Sydney mail, and the know ledge of this, no doubt, prompted the Gobargo Progress Committee to move in the matter. That body pointed out that the northern mail lay in the Uoruya office about ten hours, and suggested that it might be despatched without unnec...
CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
CHAPTER IV. ' Pkabl, my darling, you will see after tbe table yourself, won't you,' Baid Lady Mary, a trifle eagerly. 'The lamps, the flowers, and take care that the glass and silver are bright. Those little details are really more importans than the actual viands.' 'Everything shall be perfect,' re plied Pearl, promptly. • It always is, you know-dear, as- far *e ornamental display goes, though often enough the dinner itself is scant,' with a rueful laugh. 'I do so like Mr. Lynne/ said Lady Mary, lying back on her couch, with a contented Bigh. ' If I had had a son I should have liked one of precisely the same stamp. It is strange, too,' with a laugh, ' because aB a rule (be tween ourselves, Pearl) I never care for your father's friends, but, of course, this one is jour friend also, and I al ways take a fancy to those, don't IV " Generally," replied the girl, care lessly, " but Mr. Lynne is decidedly papa's friend, not mine. For my part I am surprised that be thinks it worth while to...
Pretty Miss Vane. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
Prefty lVI iss Vane. CHAPTER III. ' Duflestday I ever spent,1 mur mured Captain Treherne, reproachfully; 'horses wouldn't have dragged me there if I'd known beforehand that you were not coming! Why on earth didn't you tell me Pearl V She shrugged her shoulders depre catingly. ' Oh, really,' she replied, in theBame low tdhe; 1 need you ask that ? The man is insufferable even here. I couldn't stand a whole day of' him yon know—bores me to death.' Captain Treherne glanced at ier with both doubt and relief on his face. 'He's a handsome fellow,' he said, slowly, * and clever, not to say rich. Most people find his society unusually Attractive. I've never heard liim called a1 bore* before.' ' Yet you bate him,' she laughed, showing two white even rows of pearls. ' I acknowledge its,* he replied, frankly. ' I cannot help doing so when I contrast my position with his, when I know that if I had a tenth part of his enperfluouB wealth it would mean life, love, happiness to me; whilst,iiere l ai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
Cobargo SCHOOL OF ARTS. THE usual monthly Committee meeting of the above will be held on TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, 7th inst., at 8 p.m. T. KENNELLY, Hon. Sea THANKS. MB. and MRS. WILLIAM THOMP SON tender thoir sincere thanks to Mr. end Mrs. Keating and numerous friends for their extreme kindness during the dan gerous illness of their infant son while in Cobargo.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
J. A. ALEXANDER, M.P.S., CJECEiiMIIEST ' - w£LXsTX> - DRUGGIST, Church-street, Bega, A Complete Stock of— PURE DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES TOILET REQUISITES FACE POWDERS TOOTH POWDERS HOMtEPATHIC MEDICINES HORSE and CATTLE MEDICINES ELASTIC STOCKINGS TRUSSES, &o., &c. TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED ORDERS BY POST WILL RECEIVE PROM PT ATTENTION—PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY DISPENSED. XX'^lexander/ franan, (By exaa. and Registered under the Pharmacy Act of 1897), " CHUROHHTRMET, BEGA. THEY SAY ThatCowdroy's is the very best place in Bega for DRESSMAKING and DRESS MA TERIALS. ROYAI. I HOTEL. A. Hill, The Working Han's Friend. THE VERY BEST AUSTRALIAN GOOD Beer or Shandy : Accommodation ! 3D ' PER LARGE GLASS. \AT*THE : - —r- ^ .*^©YaE HOTEL, , ' All pBiKKfi of the Best Qcamtv. GIPPS£I., EEGA>
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
OETOOK eS&VXO&S. f will bai conducted l t^dlatrictaaJoUowst—; _ w ^'i-i^saS^'i«fi0raotic/--v> • Hass celebrated at 8.30 a.m. and 11.1B a.m. every Sunday at Cobargo. Evening devotion every Sunday at 7.30 tun. P. KENNY. chuboh 6r matikb. April 9—Wandella 11; Qonama 2.30 ; Co bargo 7,80. O. SOAEES. •*? "VmmtAm. April 9—Cobaxgo 11; Bermagoi S ; Central Tilba 7.30 M. WALKEB. PRHSBYTKKIAN. ") p.m. J. D. MTTBRAY.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
OWING TO Success of Sale -AND FOR— General Benefit of the Public TVILL CONTINUE HIS Mr Special Clearing: Cash Sale m~ FOR ANOTHER MONTH SPECIAL—New Roller Flour £8 15s per toil, or 501b bag for 4s 6d. FLANNELS and FLANNELETTES BLANKETS-Whit© and Colored ■ ■ 0 Z- Balance ol Summer Slock -E ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. -o f!I,OTHTXft ^ STTTBTS^-: HATS, &c 500yds Print from 2s 6d doz. up 300yds Dreas Material from 3b lid doe. up Horrocks' White Calico 3s 3d doz. Sheeting Calico 7£dyd White Turkish Towels 4d each Men's Moleskin Trousers 3s 9d pair Mea'a Tweed Trousers 3s lid pair Men's Felt Hats 2s each Boys' Tweed Kuicker Suits 4a suit Andalnaian Wool 3s lb Ladies' Corsets Is lid pair Flowers, Feathers, Ribbons and Laces AT REDUCED PRICES. MUUNERY AS EVER A SPECIALTY* 350 Ladies'and Children's Hats (all Shapes and Designs) AT PRICES TO CLEAR. Velveteens, Flushes, Silks, &c. —ALSO Men's Blucher Boots 5s pair Men's Elastic Side Boots fis fid pair Men's Lace Boots 7s 6d ...
CORRESPONDENCE. (To THE EDITOR COBARGO CHRONICLE) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
CORRESPONDENCE. (To THEEdITOE COBABGO CHRONIC!^ I Sib,—Something under the name of ' Fair Play' affects to Answer my pro test against the award in the 15 stone hscln5y'8»ttbfe late Show. He mis. understood me. , All the inane twaddle about the cattle-is foreign to the ques tpp raised..--The blame rests with the judges not the stewards whosejcaose ' Fair Play' needlessly _ champions. rkBse litter performed tlieir dnti's (ttwnposecl principally of adjusting rib bons, removing hurdlia snd chasing stray dogs) in a most praiijpworthy; way, and I am glad to be able to m*ke trhis to fte ring^ftewards,-— Ycranf-&c.l «' A15 STONE ItfDER." ^ i j^isstMlel* o6rresp6o&lt;MBo?^uat afee after * Fair Flay' makes wply, if ie thinks(hat B6ceasary.:—En.},.
MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
H10BCYA. '' ifFjUill ilUB OWN COBBESPOKDKNT.) j was played on the Moraya RarkoriSaturday lwt between Meitoya atid fiodalla, and rttnlted in a win^orthe former by 23 rnns. TheJPory and Galloway meeting Ofjne off on Easter Monday. ..The day ' wajbeau tif ally fine, arid .the atten j^nnwWnj about 300. The bind frendered«d?ne good moaio 'daring" the intervals between the race*. Mr. Goxon had the booth and Mr. Bates IjJlf ftpittt^ll. . The gentlemen v who promoted the-day'a sport deserve every Jraiiefor the satujEo«torjr manner in W-bioli ftHtbe^etails were carried out, the arrangements being perfect in ovefyreepect. Tho tirack was in good caolnfi ordefj fcnt^he fields were small, HDine races, with the exception of were nob vigoroualy contested. The jCSmmittee received very small j Itofciroragementfroni horseowners, not j inbrb titan four ^ooniinatioDg beiDg made in the minor events. Mr. B.: Gallagher aoted as Secretary in the of^Mr. J. White who was' an injured knee and Jto 3y djpey for...
CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
:' iBr;*^«#EiTOW»icR' in ^ .3dli .qlUOD ,„ 161 &lt;fn the»I20tl£ Aj^l^Hibd id -fee In linitti on tbeSl it April. tfhejjrwfH h&vea ¥orinightVJ^^Uee f>iior to the'£ ri»t; roa^ch which/.aword • ing to ihe' prMP^t., prqgranime.rtalcee place on the 8th May igibat tin South of EaglandmtCfaVyirtil Palace. Gregoiy haa taken bis wifewitblim, and Major Watdill ludijjao "bit. 1&r8. Kelly went toAdelaideto, tea JjmofF., ,$$» >wm ilf dnring.ithe JfcSt inninga Of the test matdi, and ' it mi■ fortunate tbat he ww iiot reqaired to bat. Brer'iinoe ^elly irteit1 to ^Ve«t Australia he has never teen /ai" wei[l in health m before thetrip,and©f late he hai been oftya ill daring the big n>atohea. It ii fortunate that the AustmUatu have snob « good eim^l string in Johns, as Kelly may notbk well enough to stand throughout the trip. ■ ;X When the team left Adelaide by train K great crowd gathered at ■tation and cheera' and groans yvtrp intermingled. Giffen and MSib)^ who acc...
BEGA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
BEGA. * (From our own Cobekbposd^nt.) j The JBgg^ Mounted Rifles, tinder the commwid ,&lt;pt Hod. Major Bland, are holdi^gjtbi^r Easter EncaiJ|>memt the where the settlers first pitched tents on arrival at Bega several jreara ago. The volunteers went into camp on Good Tridayj^ahd they WilFclSbaiid ~oti Saturday next. They attended church, on Sunday, and rode' through the town headed fay the BegaTown Band, the. majority attending the Church of England. Ae they were leaving for the camp after church, the south easterly wind met them with a heavy downpour of'raiiy which continued to fall for about 2| hours. During Son day about an inch of rain fell. On Monday hundreds of people visited the encampment to witness the sham fight duringjhe -afternoon, and the troopB I acquitted themselves very creditably. A bonfire concert (open air) was given during the night to a large audience. IA few-civilians, who had been indulg ing rather freely during the day and > night at-the cantee...
DRY RIVER BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
m mm ball. 1m the evening, a|ter the Easter Hon* day (porta, the ureal tyall mi held, about 35 couples being present The - inosifc wu of the best igudity, Messrs. Phillips (violin), Elliot(piccolo), and -Hiasfiockie Engstrom (piano) being (he pejprwen. Messrs. John Inskip *nd W. McLeod were Ms.C., and everjmingpassed off satisfactorily. The following is •.description of the dresses:—Miss S. Boyd, cream nun's veiling. Hiss H. Whiffen, pink nun's Tailing, green trimmings. MitsGood jpell, blue zephyr, chiffon trimmiDgs. Hiss Kate Engelman, cream nun's veiling, pink triinmings. Mist Dum snett, white muslin, pale blue trim mings. HiSs Hyland, black cashmere, |»tabluesash.Hiss Edie Qoodaell, A$)w delaine. Hiss Amy Hyland, jpfaik and blue. Hits Boyd, pale b'ue akirt, pink bodice. Utas Constable (Dignam's Creek), |>)ack skirt, blue jblouse. Hiss Etigsttbm, black skirt, Ifionl mbslin blouse Hiss ' Alice ■Whiffen, pink lalonae, black skirt. JMin Cooney, black skirt, and shot Jbbdice. Miss ...