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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 December 1898
Good advertising cannot be called ■an expense, for it is , only an. invest ment, just as you place yourjinonej in a glove stock, or a line of furnhhingB, and you get your money out of it just «B Eurely, and with possibly a better anargin on the investment. p * 'T NOTICE. ALLPEK-ONS found TEEKP&SSING on my Jnnd at WANDELLA, or on Mr,iJflmeu I'ailinton's 140 acres rented by ■me. wi'l be iPKOfiECOTED without respect to PERSONS niter thiB date. JOHN MoYEITF. December 2nd 1898. - 10s REWARD. "J" OST, BAY PONT, about 14 lianas high 1 J unbranderi, long tail, SHOD all round, TWO iuclea of WHiTBjion heel of hind foot. Mouey muzzle. The nbove REWARD will tie PAID upon DELIVBEV to A, D. B^HNS, Tl ff f|J| \COBABGjB.i FOftaSM£fe.,u PRIME crrn-fcdmild band oared BACON ani HAMSilliiJiOfciti ijilV' Short Sides ... 6cl per lb Long do ... 6£d_ do S^ams 8d do ' ORDKBS leTt-iVith ME. T. KENNBLLT will secure prompt attention. G. I". KING, Yeroka. A MEETING of lhe,Pomnuttee will be D.iY NBXX. JM...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 December 1898
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 December 1898
XMAS 1898. Cobargo Stores, Has a full assortment in all Departments for the SUMMER SEASON —AND— 1 Prints, Muslins, & Summer Fabrics I —IN ENDLESS VARIETY— Ribbons and Gloves 4 Millinery a -IN WHICH WE LEAD Men's and Boys' Clothing/ Men's and Boys' Straw and Felt Hats, Boots and Shoes, Tobacco and Cigarettes. New Groceries Plums & Currants, Sultanas, Figs, Dates. Candied Peels, Tinned Fruits. Essences. &c. Corn and Chaff, Bran and Pollard. Stationery and Fancy Goods> —A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF— CROCKERY & GLASSWARE. Wall Paper. &c-. Tinware & Ironmongery, Dolls'and Toys In Endless Variety. Patent Medicines, and Horse Medicines .Jttrass a# fm feirs. F*BED-ROCK PRICES ALL ROUND. ROLL UP ! —AND— i See for Yoflrselves eOBARGO STOEES. BOOT'S Indigestion Cure. WHATPFOPLE SAT Mr. Charles Owen, Survey Office, Lauds Department, Sydney, writes:— Dear Fin,—I have plesipu e end corfi. dence in testifying to the value of yoni Ikuiofstiok Cuue. Ha...
The Clarkes and their Associates. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 December 1898
The Clarkes and their Associates. O'Grady and the other constable, after employing their revolvers, were retreating when the first named re- ceived his death wound. The bush- rangers then mounted their horses &nbsp; and rode off to Deep Creek, a village three miles from the 'Gulf,' threaten- &nbsp; ing to come back and shoot every person in the township. Constable O'Grady died that night, and several &nbsp; of the gang having been identified, a summons was issued by the Chief &nbsp; Justice, Sir Alfred Stephen, to Thomas Clarke and Patrick Connel, to surrender and take their trial on a charge of having at Nerrigundah, on April 9th, wilfully murdered one Myles O'Grady, the summons or command to surrender being issued under the provisions of the Felons Apprehensions Act. Of course, Clarke and Connel did not pay respect to the command of the Chief Justice (no one believed they would) and not having surrendered to the gaoler at Braidwood Gaol on May 4th w...
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 December 1898
THEY SAY: THAT in cricket the unexpected fre- quently happens; instance, the two cracks Saxelby and Boot failed with the bat on Saturday while T. J. Tar- linton and Vic. Henry made good scores. That had the Doctor been playing on Saturday he would have knocked John Inskip's "soft stuff" into the Wandella creek. That after his exhibition of batting at Wandella O'Toole should have the "0" placed at the other end of his &nbsp; &nbsp; name. That some of the pars sent for in- sertion in the "They Say" column, would, if printed, gratify the contribu- tors only, and materially reduce the subscriber's list of this paper. That O'Toole's average, 6 wickets for 15 runs was a fine performance, and more will be heard of this bowler later on. That our tonsorial artist on Sunday last spent two hours scouring the hills in search of his "prad" and then &nbsp; found the animal quietly switching the flies off his carcase in host Graham's yard. Where's that girl James? &...
TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 December 1898
TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) &nbsp; THE exhumation of Mrs. Caffin's body on Saturday last, the inquest which followed, and the verdict of the jury, has been the sole topic of conversation throughout the district. Mr. Reece, who attended the deceased, gave evi- dence that the cause of death was "collapse arising from acute diarrhœa," &nbsp; whilst Doctors Meeke and Pawlett who made a careful post mortem ex- amination stated that death was due to "exhaustion arising from an unduly &nbsp; protracted labor, and if there were diarrhœa, it cannot have been the cause of such collapse as would kill the patient, there being no lesion in the stomach or bowels to give rise to diarrhœa of that nature. "Yet in the face of this the jury ignored the two duly qualified doctors' word and brought in a verdict in accordance with that of the unqualified man. But no doubt there are more able pens than mine to write this case up, so I will leave it to them. Mr. J. P. ...
DEATH OF MRS. CAFFIN. Coroner's Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 December 1898
DEATH OF MRS. CAFFIN. Coroner's Inquiry. An inquiry was held at the court house, Central Tilba, on Saturday last, 26th November, before Mr. H. O. T. Cowdroy, J.P., coroner for Bega, touching the death of Fanny Sarah Caffin, wife of Arthur Caffin, which &nbsp; took place on the 20th November. The following were the jury :—Messrs. J. H. Crapp (foreman), A. R. Wilkin, A. E. Walker, H. Cowdroy, Thos. Beadman, S. Lambert, D. Keir, W. Beadman, J. H. Trapp, W. Latimer, J. C. Woon and Joseph Latimer. &nbsp; &nbsp; The body having been exhumed, the jury viewed it, and Dr. Pawlett, of Bodalla and Dr. Meeke, of Cobargo, made a postmortem examination. The following evidence was then duly &nbsp; sworn to :— J. D. Reece deposed : I am superin- tendent of aborigines residing at Tilba Tilba. I last saw deceased alive on the 20th instant; also saw her several days before that date, and continuously up to death. The husband of deceased called him in about 13th instant,...
THE Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON BEING IN THE BLUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 December 1898
THE Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON BEING IN THE BLUES. I CAN enjoy feeling melancholy, and there is a good deal of satisfaction about being thoroughly miserable; but nobody likes a fit of the blues. Never- theless, everybody has them ; notwith- standing which, nobody can tell why. There is no accounting for them. You are just as likely to have one on the day after you come into a large fortune, as on the day after you have left your new silk umbrella in the train. Its effect upon you is somewhat similar to what would probably be produced by a combined attack of toothache, indi- gestion, and cold in the head. You become stupid, restless, and irritable; rude to strangers, and dangerous to- wards your friends; clumsy, maudlin, and quarrelsome ; a nuisance to your- self and everybody about you. While it is on, you can do nothing and think of nothing, though feeling at the time bound to do something You can't sit still, so put on your hat and go for a walk: but before you get to the...
For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. The Chronicle For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For tie future, in the distance, And good that we can do COBARCO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 2, 1898 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 December 1898
THE CHRONICLE. For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future, in the distance, And the good that we can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 2, 1898 " WE find that the deceased, Fanny Sarah Caffin, came to her death on the 20th day of November instant, and that she did in child-birth from &nbsp; &nbsp; collapse following exhaustion brought about by a series of severe and pro- &nbsp; longed attacks of diarrhoea," and "we &nbsp; further desire to place on record our opinion that this inquiry was most un- justifiable and totally uncalled for in view of the evidence placed before us." This was the verdict returned by twelve jurymen at Central Tilba on &nbsp; Saturday last, and alleged to be based on the evidence adduced at the inquest. That it is totally at variance with the sworn testimony of the two qualified medical men, Drs. Pawlett and Meeke, &nbsp; is evident to any school boy, and it is further a...
OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 December 1898
OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT) Sydney, Thursday. BUTTER creamery, 8½d; best factory, 7½d ; dairy, 6d to 6½d per lb ; cheese, 4½d to 6½d per lb; eggs, 8d to 9d per dozen; bacon, 5d to 8d per lb ; hams, 8d to 8½d per lb ; fowls, 2s 6d to 4s per pair ; ducks, 2s 6d to 3s per pair. It is rumoured that some new ap- pointments to the Legislative Council are contemplated at an early date. The ship Orpheus arrived at New- castle with a case of small pox on board. The vessel was promptly quar- antined. The Victorian Ministry were de- feated on important vote in the esti- mates ; the Premier adjourned to consider his position. The election of the Public Works Committee yesternight caused consid- erable excitement both houses indulg- ing in a great amount of canvassing. After a lively discussion the following Assembly candidates were elected by ballot, Perry, Watson, Levien and Dick; Legislative Council, Garran Trickett, and Shepherd. Mr. W. Anderson, after 13 months in Klondyk...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 December 1898
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. &nbsp; WE are pleased to report that Mr. Constable Ford has sufficiently &nbsp; recovered from his recent attack of bronchitis to resume his usual duties. A MEETING of the committee of the Yourie Jockey Club is called for Tues- day next, when a full attendance is desired as important business is set down for consideration. WE have been requested to remind horse-owners and trainers that nomi- nations for Bega and Pambula annual &nbsp; races are due on the same date, &nbsp; Wednesday, 7th December, at 8 p.m. MR. BLOMQUIST has made rapid headway with the repairs to the Cobargo bridge. The whole has been re-decked, and new railing is being erected. When finished, the job will reflect great credit on our boss bridge builder. MR. ARTHUR CAFFIN has asked us to correct the statement of our Tilba correspondent that his wife died "after a painful illness extending over ten days." Mr. Caffin writes: " She &nbsp; suffered scarcel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 December 1898
THE WAR IS NOW OYER —AND THE TREATY of PEACE is SIGNED —AND— IN returning thanks to the publ'c for pas gipport bag to notify thatthay have-re moved to their new premises two doors further op the street, where with increased facilities fordoing thn work ; sad the prices of natenal having come down again to .their orijrteal standard, they will now be able to turn ont a better and cheaper «t* tide than hertofore,. . . > - - - WAGGONS, T)ilA"X8, CARTS, WAGGON. ETTE-5. BDGOIBS and 8CLK1E8 made to order of the |«e^^|aat«nial and of«e*Boneii: timber. Vehicfe? jhgight.^|Boldjt^r er-i hanged. Enffgiw-and Polities repainted and retrimmed eqnal to new. .* TY8ING done daily, end repairs of every description done on the shortest notice. AGBIODLTUBAL UdPLEMEKTS of all kinds and MINSBij' TOOLS made and re paired. SDNS repaired end H0BSK3 ^carefaHy shod. Prices same as nstnl. Paddle shoes 3s caBh. 6 per cent, discount for cash allowed on all other work." A guarantee given with all new work. 0f N...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 December 1898
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W[?] K[?] CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 December 1898
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A SORE TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 December 1898
A SORE TROUBLE. THERE is nothing flat and monotonous about a broken lining to a coat-sleeve. It always comes up as fresh and viva- cious as at the first. A man appears about as surprised when he runs his hand into the slit the tenth time as he did the first ; and when he looks to see his hand appear at the end, and finds that it is doubled up in the middle of the sleeve, his countenance will assume as much interest as if the occurrence was something never before heard of. It is astonishing, in this connection, that a broken sleeve-lining rarely happens in the right sleeve. This is because, perhaps, that the right arm is first inserted. A broken sleeve- lining can only appear to advantage in one position; and that is when the man has one arm inserted correctly, the coat in a wad against the back of his head and his body bent over in the effort to shove the remaining arm through. It is at this, the most painful junction, that his attention is called to the rent lining. In a constraine...