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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

TJnequaJIed and Invincible Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and Colds, 1/6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

For Broucliiul Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS. ( Fitou our Sydney Correspondent.) Sydney, Thursday. | Buttbr, creamery and factory, lid; dairy, lOd to 10£d ; pastry, 9d to 9}d per lb. Cheese, fid to 6d per lb. Bacon, 7d to 8Jd per lb. Hams, 8d to 9£d per lb. Eggs, 1/3 to 1/5 per doz. Fowls, 2/. to 3/. per pair; docks, 2/. to 2/9 per pair. The Premier states that Want may wish to prolong his stay in England owing to some recent mining specula tions in North Queensland which brought him a fortune of between £30,000 and £40,000. Commenting on Reid's statement that there is nothing to prevent Sydney from being the temporary seat of the Federal Government the Melbourne says the suggestion conveys a most brazen-faced insult to his sup porters, and is an admission of malefi cience never before made by any publio man and no one knows better than Mr. Reid that he is powerless to do what he threatens. The charred body of an old man named Butler has been found concealed in a bag at Mansfield, Victoria. An examination of Butl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

For Asthmntical Coughs and Colds take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET AT BEGA. Commercials v. Rouseabouts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

- V -cbKEET AfBESA. Commercials v- Bouseabouts. The first «od final mttoh of the eea< bod between the above- honored "asso ciationrf" w played on. Wednesday last. The interest in the match had extended even to Cobargo, and at the laat minute we. *ere enabled with difficulty to make arrangements 'for a report, which, however, is not so coui plete as weVouldwish, or tbe impor* (knM of the event demands. The game presented" so many humorous possibilities that the attendance, was much larger than .is generally'the case at Association matches, the ladies being especially interested. The match was played inhigh good hnmor, and both sides oocaMoniUy1 astonished the onlookers by their eccentricities and unexpected brilliancies in the field. The presence in the team of a couple of old < campaigns »..}>•) ped to Ban:the Boaseisbcrats' eotoreup tp5100, and while Hennings was compiling his 52, the look on the. faces of those Commercials who had to'*'travel" was a study ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

For Children's Hacking Congh take Woods'Great Peppermint Ctare, l/Odand /6

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"Evil to him who evil thinke." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

" Evil to hitn who evil A*»fc*." THE! SAY: That c rose-burning it the approved method j of disposing of dead Woe* out Tanto titty. That chopping down thirties la a. favorite occupation with some Yourie ladies 5 .sod - That a gay young nan ha* all at once dag " veloped a great interest in the fuae art. - " That our J's.P. Imd quite aa 'at home' on Friday laat-4io less than five judicial luminaries being in court; and That some were assisting to dispense jus-, tice and others were getting it. That somepeople who revel in.'the filthiest portions of " Truth " ajid wet^ subscribers to that suppressed publication., the " Dead Bird,"—with minds predisposed to filth—; run about the town distorting items of our " They Say " column; and That the sorest point with these two or. three in dividual® is the presence of Boot in ' Cobargo, to destroy whom they would cheer* fully pull the lever if th£t 'party would obligingly tfand onthetrap door. . That one of. the greatest tributes to our. " They S...

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BRIGGS AND KELLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

^ BRIGGS AND KELLY. " ' Some men have all the luck. Tor instance, there is Michael Henry ■Kelly, tried at Darlinghurst for the murder of Maria. Flynnr the wotpan who fooled hipi., Kelly was tried. on the day .after the hanging, at Darling hurstyofBrigga, forshooting the Wo man who had fooled baa. Broadly speaking, there was very little* differ* ence between the two cases, wild where a difference existed, it was not all in Mr. Kelly's favor. Both ahootinga were more or lew prompted by crotia furor and jealousy; but there, was much nioro squalid sordidness and material motive in Kelly's murder, judging by his own admissions, than "there wasl in thai of Briggi. The latter, a great big softy full of red blood, went daft—clean off bis miser able head, despite anything : thut may be said to the contrary—over a slender little. Eurasian woman with glittering eyes and. teeth and hair, the sort of girl who, though he could almost have put her in h)B pocket or carried two like her under each a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COBARGO POLICE COURT. FRIDAY 14TH APRIL. (Before Messrs F. B. Hales, P.M., F. G. Roberts, H. Street, W. A. Pass, A. Tarlinton, and S. W. Bate J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

foto&O POLICE COURt | FahuY 14th Afnii. (Before Measn F. B. Hales,P.M., F. G. Roberta, H. Street, W. A. P***, A. Tarlinton, and S. W. Bate J'«.P.) Police v Kelson. Cruelty to ani mals. Defendant, who vm in thi em ploy of Mr. Jag. Averill, m coach driver, was about to start to Tilt* with '-a pair of horses that had broken knees Vhich were bleeding and showed signs of having been recently done. Defend ant did not put in tin appearance, but with the permission of the bench, Mr. J. P. O'Rtilly, at the request' of Mr. Averill, pleaded guilty. A fine of £\ with 4/10 costs was inflicted. R. E. fifentle v John Smith. Assault. Mr. Bloiufield for complainant. When this case was called, dnfend attk didttotptitlnatt appe&rance and. the bench issued. a warrant for his arrest, but immediately upon its com pletion Smith turned up. He pleaded guilty to the charge. Complainant's counsel stated that the parties had some words and the defendant tried to pull Mantle off his horse, teari...

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A WEALTHY M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

A WEALTHY M.L.O. A man writes from way-back con cerning N.S.W.'a biggest pastoralist, just appointed a N.S.W. Leg, Coun cillor :— After all is said and done, Sum. M'Caughi y is probably richer than was Tyson. He was born at B&llyniena, Ireland, about 60 years ago. He owns Toorale, Dunlop, Coonong (his residence), Goolgumb'a, By all a, Sin gorimba, and North Yanko, and is partner in Yarrabree with his brother John. Has also a lot of money in Riverina properties nominally held by others. His Queensland ruus are Rookwood and Barenya in Hughenden district. His first run was Singorimba 50 mileB from Jerilderie j then, alout '61, he purchased Coonong. In '80 he bought Toorale and Dunlop from Sal mon Wilson for £400.000, and has made most of his money out of those two places. Toorale has been famous for its horses—hundreds of beauties have gone to India during the last 15 years. Too- ale shore 400,000 shfep in one year in the SO's, and in one of those years they sold 18,000 young e...

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AUSTRALIAN BUTTER IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

AUSTRALIA!} BUTTER IN LONDON. Thk HeraMs correspondent writes: The small shipments of butter made from 8ydney to Rotterdam by several vessels this season have created a good deal of interest on the Continent, es {ncully in Holland. For some two or three years Dutch buyers have come across to £06^1 and bought some of the cheaper kinds of Australian butter, but latterly there has grown up ade ^rnand for some of the best " fancy" brands, and the purpose to which these best butters are put is that of being blended with margarine to make mix tures. There is no doubt at all that for some time the ipakers of margarine mixtures in England have used the choicest brands of Australian as the' most suitable butter they can buy. Danish and Swedish, besides being several shillings per hundredweight dearer, have not the ''body" that is so characteristic of, the choicest brands of. both Australian*nd New Zealand. If the Dutch market is thus likely to be opened for Australian butter, that of Germany...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"JAYPEEISM." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

"JAYPEEISM." A sample of N.S.W. Jaypeeism, from Armidale Argun, l/4/l99 :— Thomas Harris, on remand f 11!—- Ed. B.] was charged with being. indebted to Walton M'Neill, of Boggabri, io the sum of £1 2s. for work 'done, and absconding front that place whilst so indebted. Mr. S. J. Kearney appeared for accused. Constable Cornish gave evidenoe as to arrest, and also produced a warrant, signed by a magistrate at Boggabri for the arrest of accused. Mr. Kearney asked the bench to dismiss the case against his client, as the warrant did not contain any speci fic charge, and the off*- nee was not to be found on the statute book. The P.M., in discharging the ac cused, said that his arrest was per- J ftctly illegal, and that the warrant should never have boen issued. The police at Armidale were quite justified in t he action thi y had taken, but he thought that the magistrate who signed tha warrant had rendered himself liable to an action for damages. He considered that the matter ought to be b...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR., Dava of t ha I B»ypf I. Sm> I Butt | Moop Week. | Month | ftiaes .] Sets | Rises Fbidat b'atcbdat Bvnoi.* ■ MdpDAX ■ TOMtoir ■' W'JDNBSQ'T , TH0BSD.fr I Ap 21 I 6 211 6 26 „ 22 ) 6 22 j 6 24 „ 23 j 6 23 I 6 28 „ 24 6 241 5 28 „ 2Sf .6«51 5 21 27 ) 6 87"] 2 49 3 7 3 47 4 19 4 6S 6 20 | 5.34 5 19 | G 21

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

COBAEtGO HOTEL. , sVsOTmireaszxotosttosz. mm sHPiEii ilne C^A^t. IXTINSIVE 8TAVLHIC. EXPERIENCED fiRQOM. COBARGO. f• T. WM&3PS2V4» 'Proprietor. J. T. XeatinJT 1mm «amh pleasure in ftforming theresidents of COHABGO and Barronndfag Di*cr cts that be hag taken orer ttaeabove well-known Hotel, and hope# by keeping the BEST BRANDS of WINES. 4SPIBITS, ALESl, etc., to Merit a fair nhate of support, SPECIAL ATTENTION will be paid to ihe wants of Commercial and other Travel ten. OoniaaadiODS Sample Boome available. ■GOOD STABLING and a competent groom in attendance. -J. T. E. tags toannonnoe for the bene fit of visitors _ from th» TILBA. NOO BOOMA, BODALLA and XERKWt/NDAB OI8TBICT8 thet t'e Hotel '(accesses nil the contorts-of a borne, wkile good bone feed and ttabe accommodation ere made speciali ties eftbe establishment. The Central H°tel, BEGA. Valir Biw Kanas^meat. J.W. ^Lat* of the Ocean View Hotel, Tathra,] B" 808 to timind VISITORS: to BEGa : tM they will tind the CENTRAL offe...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS It is very likely that the opening, of the new Public School will b» marked by some ptiblio demonstration —probably s picnic. The Progress Committee are taking the initaativein' the matter. I The £5ega Gazelle bos a tangled hunk of verbiage about the Cobargo-Bega Mail-Time-Table-Clarke-Averill-Job. When sorted oot we find as follows: " That the Gazette, as usual, when it gets outside the region oi " Splints and Splices" "Daughters of Ere" and "Garden Calendar" gets awfully in volved ; and that the mental condition produced is not conducive to a prolific hirsute growth."- Try Beadman's Hair Restorer. The average Australian is an inve terate borrower. A Wandella man borrowed a saddle and after keeping it For more than a day' had 'occasion to visit the lender's house-to get a gun. Beipg desirous pf biding the saddle he threw his possum rug over the entire, sack of his horse, w hen riding away jn route to Nerriguodah owner of taddle exclaimed pitifully, "What a pi...

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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, APRIL 21, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

For tht catut thai lacks assistance, _ For ihemfongs that need resistance, For the/ature in the distance, Aridihegoodthat tee can do. -Qomsao;- Fbwav, Antt 2lj 189& At the shipping port of Bermagoi centres all the trade—^imports and export?—of the large and important districts of Oobargo and Tilba Tilba and their conterminous settlements. And it is necessary that every facility for the berthing of ships, and the loading and unloading of merchandise, should be provided; abd it is equally manifest that this provision for ship ping facilities should be the special care of $ny Government which has the progres^Tand. happiness of the people at heart. That things are not as they should be at our port is a fact almost daily forced upon shippers, or those who have any business in connection with the Bemiagui wharf or store. And it is this inadequacy of shipping facilities that prompted the Conference of delegates (reported in our last) from the several Progress Committees repre senta...

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FROM THE " BULLETIN." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

FROM THE " BULLETIN." | " Allekra " : Jte iguana swallowing shinbone of calf. Was. once working, in the bush, and, at mid-day, threw' away a hatn-bonepicked clpan. Shortly afterwards heard tapping, and found than an iguana "was tryingjUr swallow the bone. One end .projected* inches from bis mouth, but* as the other was apparently too large lor ^is throat, he was assisting its progress mechanically by backing a few inches from a log and then rushing up and fltri kingthe endof the boneaga.iRstit.Kept on till the outer end of the bone was flush with his mouth. Related of an English swell that he was travelling alone by rail with a lovely female stranger, when, after scant preliminaries, she tore her toque from her head, dishevelled her hair, and, as the train pulled up, shrieked for help, declaring that she had been brutally assaulted. But her fellow passenger stirred not—he lay quietly back, smoking his cigar " What," exclaimed the station-master, "have you to say this charge f" " Onl...

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CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

CHAPTER VII. The church was crammed to its utmost limits with eager expectant people, all assembled together to witness the most 'interesting wedding of the season—the beautiful and popular Miss Vane with the wealthy owner of T>ynne Hall, after wbotu match-makers had been angiing ever since he came into the property. Pearl's request for a simple wedding had been utterly disregarded by her father, who having attained his heart's desire, determined to display his triumph to the whole world of rank and fashion. The bridegroom and his best man were early in evidence, and many an envious sigh arose as people saw liini —a'fit mate for a princess they thought, everything that any girl would desire. Then Pearl came up the aisle on her father's arm, and the ceremony began, whilst now all eyes were attracted towards her, and the admira tion was loud and general. Her beauty, her dress, her jewels, the diamonds, the gift of the bride groom, the famous girdle of pearls, heirlooms in thn Lynne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

J. A. ALEXANDER, CHEMIST - -AJN"3D - DEIJG-G i £% Church-street, Bega, A Complete Stock off— PURE DRUGS PATENT MEDIGINE8 TOILET REQUISITES FACE POWDERS TOOTH POWDERS HOMCEPATHIC MEDICINES HORSE and CATTLE MEDICtt?i5S ELASTIC STOCKINGS TRUSSES, &o., &o. TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED ORDERS 15V " > RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION PRESCUIriioNcS ACCURATELY DISPENSED. XX^al^akd^rT (By exaaa. and Registered under the Pharmacy Act ut itvJI'j, CHURCH-STREET, BEG A. THEY SAY That ^owarov's is the very best place in Bega for DRESSMAKING and . DRESS MA TERIALS. ROYAL P ! HOTliL.. A. Hill, The Worldng Man's FriUaa. THE VERY BEST AUSTRALIAN Beer pr Shandy 3D PER "LARGE GLASS. All Drinks of the Best Qoautt. G600 Accommodtlion AT THE ROYAL HOT|^ gippsst.,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

Nothing tike Leather. Hides bought in any quan. tity foe cash. richabd annetts, Cobargo. j Cobargo Football Club, A ME EATING of Mnmbera wad int-i-l ing Members will ba h,Ud *1 X*it ing'a Hotel on SATUBDAT Tyi^SiS* (tomorrow) at 7.30 sharp. A. j. CULL::**. H.^i. Bn^„ New Find Syndio&c3 (Yourie River.) TENDERS will be wreivoj n»itil <h MAT for SINKING autt-y. torn of present Shaft («ay 105ft). Aii y r ticulore obtainable fna tb». nadavai;-. a-1. The lowest or any tender not neces^.fi'r accepted. i W. HANSCO& ■ Cobargo, 1'JtL A;-iil. 1 To Mr. H.J. Street, J. . WE, the undersigned, member^ -4 tu j Colwrgo Town. Baud, imp.*thil; y request that yon will CONVERT. ■, ii,:;. XilG MEETING for the purpose ,.f v:,, i- . the best means of placing the Ijaiiu *.L a sound financial basis. J. Martin * E. J. Martin V. Henry . ■. T. J. AVvou . A. J. Cullen K, (ruurKj E. Q, Cnllen 15. W •' In compliance with the above .-.ft, I hereby CONVENE a Public : r TUESDAY, 85th INST.,...

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