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Pretty Miss Vane. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

Pretty Miss Vane. CHAPTER V. Her voice was full oT strange pathos. ' It would have been far kinder to have shot da first and yourself after wards. To - let- me.-..meet all that shame—alone.' . • Not so,' Ke said with a hard laiigh. •The secret is already out. Lynne knows it; the (^scouijter suspects something is wrong about the signa ture, and sent for him. He sought an interview vrith ine, taxed me with the orime, and—and I confessed, and implored mercy for my wife and child's sake. He behaved nobly. He said lie would not repudiate it,_ if you would marry him. He said it should never be mentioned again, if y?u would marry him. He said he would pay bur debts sf ttle an income upon Lady Mary—if yeu would marry him-^—and I gave him my word that you-would do so. You refuse ? Then,_as,I said-at the -.begin ning of the interview,-I can face death, but not difeboRor^'. 4 Does he know that I should be" 'an unwilling bride V asked Pearl, -in a j hard, unnatural voice, ' Did you tell him tha...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHUROH SERVIOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

DironE- SBEVlOES will be conducted in the district as follows ■*' • ' - HOMAN CST^OLlt. Milks cdebratedat&jWaM: -iBad 11.15 a.m. every Sunday st' Cobargo. Evening, devotion every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. _ ■■ - ;; • <£p. --kenny. ;r -CHCBCH OF ENGLAND. April 23—^-Tilba 11 ■ Dijjnara'sCreek (H.c.) 2.30; Cobargo 7310. " G. SOAEES. WXSUCTijt.' April 23—Cobaiigo 11; Bertsagoi 2.30; Central Tilba. J.30., ' " - " 1 M. WALKER. PBB8BTTBEIAN. April 25—Cobargo 7.30 p.tn. „ 26—Wandella 7.30 p.m. J. J>. MURRAY.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WOMAN ELECTROCUTED. An Up-to-date Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

A WOMAN ELECTROCUTED. An Up-to-date Death. Thb first woman" to ' undergo capital punishmeat by means of electricity in New York State suffered death on Monday at SingBing prison, on the Hudson. Mrs. Martha Place was not an interesting creature. Her crime consisted in first throwing vitriol in the face of her step-daughter, and then killing her by strangulation, after which the woman lay in wait for her husband, and, on hie return home, chopped bis head open with an axe. She was sitting with, her spiritual adviser, not knowing .precisely when she would have to meet her fate, when the prison warden notified that the time had come.-When Mrs. Place reached the door of the execution room she closed her eyeB, and, led by the attendant clergyman, .she walked steadily to tbe fatal chair and Eat down oh ft. A feature of the preparations for the .execution was.that her hair hung down her back in two braids, and that near the crown of ner bead a little spot hadbeen clipped short as in the tonr...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN FIXTURES. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

M,wrK • ; iiit; - 8—At Crystal -Palace,- v South of Eng j.:.: 11—At l««yt<n».y Es^r. 22—At. 8heffiel<j,.v Yorkshire 25—At Manchester.VXMcashire. 29—At 6iforci, v Oxford University. June. 1—At Nottingham, England v Australia, 6—At Lords, v M.C.C. and Ground. 8—At Cambridge, yGpmbridge Univer sity. . 12-—At Bradford, v Yorkshire. IS—At Lords, England v Australia. lft—AtPortsmoufcb.v Oxford University. 22—At Leicester, V Leicestershire. 86—At Derby v Derbyshire. 29—At Leeds, England v Australia. Jolt, 8—At Nottingham, v Notts. . 13—At Bristol, y Gloucestershire. 17—At Manchester^ England v Australia. 24—At Kennington Oval, v'Surrey. S7—At Brighton, v pua^ex. 31—At Lords,' v M.C.C. Mid Ground. >• r.;-. ■ <• ■ V .... S—At Southampton,.. y; Hampshire. 7—At Birmingham, v Warwickshire. . 10-r-At Canterbury, .v jtent. 14—At Kennington Oval, England v Aus tralia. . 17—At Cheltenham, -v Gloucestershire 21—At Lords, v Middlesex. 24—At Taunton, v Somersetshire...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OLD CRIME. Attempted' Assassination of the Duke of Edinburgh. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

AN OLD CRIME. Attempted- '-Assassination of the Duke of Edinburgh The company gathered at Glontarf on theoccaBionof the fete in aidof the funds of the Sailors' Home in 1868.riumbered about 3000 peroons. The Prince left the Galatea shortly after 1 p.m. in the steam yacht Fairy.' He- was accom panied by'the governor, the Earl of Belmore, .the.- CounteBB of Belmore, the Vice-Regal suite, the Chief Justice, Sir Alfred Stephen, Sir William Man ning, the foreign'Consuls, and others. Luncheon was served in a specially erectcd pavilion, and only one toast was proposed, that of "Her Majesty the Queen." After lunch "the Prince escorted the Countess of Belmore to the door of the royal tent^ and th"n turned to converse with His Excel lency the Chief Justice and Sir William Mannijag. ^They remained talking for a few seconds, and then Hie Royal Highness and Sir William Manning ■..strolled . aproas the green towards a clump of ..trees bordering the beach, under, which the ■ Galatea was stationed. ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

CHAPTER, w! • hi . ' Tieed,' repeated Jightly. ' Oh ! no.' I am'iieverSireif—^>bjsir cally, that is; mentally I am hardly ever anything else.' She and Francis Lynne were stand the drawing-room x>f Lady Hamilton^ - town house, *:■ 'i ** The wedding was very n|ar~,4iow; being .fixed for the next dajp Sjut 'oifi, and this was Pearl's lastappearaiice ft public before the ceremony. ,. . ? <■* ,, It was one of Lady Hamilton's * evening?,' and dancing was" "going on in a d es oltory ■ fasti ion inside ; Pearl had pot sat .down foran, instant all night, as usual being besieged, with eager partners, all clamoring for notice, wjifl«^*he was^popBesaed witli^ feverof mttesn Mtriiem*ht, which found relief in incessaiit movement. Two months back she had given Francis Lynne the answer he desired, ar,d he had hurried on the wedding as much as possible, Jflpging inexpressibly for the time to come when Pearl would be bis in very truth. Somehow his sl ort wooing was not eatisfactory ;...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GATTON-OXLEY MURDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899

G1TT0N-0XLEY MURDERS. For the present the curtain has bean rung down on the Gstton tragedy, and the principal actors alive are taking a well-earned rest. W bile the police had Burgess under control the public was led to believe that justice would be done and that Michael Murphy and his sisters would be avenged. To cover up a bad defeat Burgess was awarded two months' imprisonment under the elastio Vagrant Act, and when that unjust sentence was served the police paid his expenses at a board ing-house for a few dayB and then set hini adrift) again in the bush. Although the police have not been favored with any information on the subject, it may fairly be assumed that Burgess has been very carefully looked over by the crippled son of the ex-sohoolmaster, Wilson, to see if he could identify him as being the Bwagman with whom Wilson conversed on a certain morn ing near Oxley. The abandonment of of every charge against Burgess con clusively proves that he is not the swagman alluded to by ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

The reliable Family Beraedy Woods' Great; I Peppermint Cure for cougtm mid Colds, 1/6 ' J HUd 'J/0. ' ■ , ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

For Children's Hacking Cougli take ■W\odfi' Great Peppermint Cure, l/ijdaucl v/U

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

Woods' Great Peppermint Cnne for Coughs and Colds never fails, 1/6 and 2/H.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

For A nth rustical Coughs and Colds taie Woods'Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEGA. (From a Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

BEGA. (From a Correspondent). The friends of Mr. E. P. Ashdown met at the School of Arts oil Tuesday evening for the purpose of presenting that gentleman with a purse of sove reigns (£20). The Mayor, Mr. F. Bland, presided and made a happy and appropriate speech. Several other gentlemen testified to Mr. Ashdown o good qualities as a townsman. Mr. and Mrs. Aslidown acd family left on Wednesday for Sydney en route to Oransre. The Wesleysna held a social 111 the Lyceum Hall on Tuesday evening to welcome the Rev. D. A. Gilsenan, who succeeds the Rev. G. Laverty in the Bega Circuit. There was a large at-. tendance and everything passed off in a cordial manner. Two drunk and disorderlies were brought before the P.M. on Monday and pleaded . guilty to the charge. 1 Fined 40 " bob " or seven days. Fines paid. Young Jack Hart was charged with assaulting Constab'e Punet while , in the execution of Lis duty, and was fined £3 or two moathB. His father at first declined to pay the fine but subseq...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

For Bronchial CougliE tkke'^V^oods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. V

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

MOEUIA. (FkOM OUR OWN GOBfepSPOHDEXT.) 1 hope, Mr/Editor, thatyonr readers) who iike to bear a little Moruya news | occasionally will forgive, me for Soptj writing last weeik. ThiaSwas due nog to any neglect 011 my part, but simply because there was no new* to " chro nicle"; in fact, the town has been rather sleepy of late, and the talk of Knight's ■ Dolly and Cullen's Puzzle and the aberrations of a local " pote " do uot seem to disturb its somnolency. Master Fred Matthews had a rather unp'eas&nt bed mate the other evening. The young party had scarcely anchored in Blanket Bay when some very cold thing began to cram over him. Of coarse he loit no time in reaching the; floor and lighting alucifer, whose, lurid glare revealed nothing beyond the -faot that the cause of the lad's disturbance could nowhere be seen. He is confi dent it was a Snake, and as Fred is no disciple of Bacchus no one doubts his veracity. The reptile, he says, has been a frequenter- of- the house for about...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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That Limburger Cheese. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

That Limburger Cheese Ma cent roe to pay « bill at the grocer's last Sat urdny. The Loss gave me a piece of Limkurger cheese wrapped up in fancy paper. Never linving heard the name btfore I «u anxious to know what it vu like. I opened the paper when I got outside, smtlt it—7 felt tired. I took it home and put it in the coal shed. In the morning 1 went to it again. It was still there! Nobody had taken it. I wondered what I could do with it. Fa and Ma were getting ready for church. I put a piece in thu back pocket of father's coat, and another piece in the lining of ma's muff. I walked behind when we smarted for church. It was getting hot. When wo got in church father looked anxious; mother lcoked as if some thing had hapfened. After the first liymn mother told father not to sing again, as it would make the people in the front pew suspicious of how he spent bis Saturday evenings. After the prayer perepira'ion stood on pa's face, and the people in the next few to ours went out. After t...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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" Evil to him who evil thinks," THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

" Evil to him tcho evil fhinlct," THEY SAY: ^That a sneak pilferer is <m the warpath— pumpkins, molona and other portables dis appearing uirfler his magi<j"ho<>ks." i'That if as'jthe Moruya'5" Eirnfminer " in sinuates, P11E2I0 rati croni the Committee should have iBent.her up; but That it is thoughfc'tiyf&iose wlio know the owners tliut they are incapable of doing anything crooked. That a Cobargo young man who attained his twenty first birthday during tbo week secured his Electors Bight the same day; and That his is the sort of material patriots are made of. That the inan who can eecnra a Bight for Beferendum Day and neglects to do so should no longer encumber the earth. That the ball in aid of the Cobargo Band will be the finest of its kind ever held in Cobargo; and - That the ladies are already designing their dresses for the event. That the " Chronicle" had Constable Ford's successor in Cobargo last Friday; but That although he did not ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAIZE ENSILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

MAIZE ENSILAGE. A vert fine cample of ensilage was thown at the Upper Hunter Show by Mr. King, manager of the Kayuga and Cuan Estates. He explain! tally he modus operandi of its preparation, and (lie value he has obtained from the experiment himself. He write*, "In the interests of psstoralista and dairy farmers in general, I venture to forward you a sample of maize ensi lage made by me last year. I m»y say that the ma<ze was sown broad cast in December, 1897, and when in flower (March, 1898), was cut and placed in bundles lengthways -on a tipcart. Tlience tipped into a pit 9ft long, 9ft wide, 6ft deep, battened off at each end—a 3x1 batten. This made the pit 27ft long, with an average depth of 3ft, with access and egreas to the tipcart, which travelled from one end of the pit to the other. The maize was tipped where required, ard levelled by the man driving the cart, who then returned to the field to find another cartload ready. In this way I pitted in four and a half da...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR COBARGO CHRONICLE). [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

CORRESPONDENCE. Editor Cobargj Chronicle). | Sin,—Like many of your readers I was pleased to see by your paper that the ||bb&rgo and neighbouring Progress lp>mta)ittee's are making application ^or> the much needed improvement# and additions to the wharf at Berma gui South. I would impress upon the said, committees tie desirability of teing ready, in the event of an officer from the Works Department .inspect ing the locality, to supplyhim with all possible information.^ I am of opinion that i large ibed should be erected, ..and that it should opto at the side .building, and, be provided with large sliding doors, and the floor should be raised from the ground to the height of a cart's tail board, so that goods could be delivered or taken away with convenience and despatch. - To my knowledge there nave been several- runaways from (he wharf through people having to leave their horses, while they (the owners) atten ded to buriness in tne;itore or on the wharf To get over th...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

CHAPTER IX. ' Now I hen ! Hurry up ! the audience is growing impatient. We're alt be hindhand to-night. Beady 1 Ring up the curtain.' The theatre was packed from end to end with members of the fashionable world, principally men, who were pay ing fabulous prices nighty for the privilege of witnessing the performance of ' Pygmalion and Galatea,' with a with a new star of the first magnitude in the latter part. It was Ro'ini's company of strolling players who wera performing the play, and they had had such enormous suc cess in tbe provinces that the delighted manager had risked taking a fashion able West End theatre for a short term, to see if he could hold his own theie, and tlie venture bad more than fulfilled his hopes. By the end of the first week there was not a vacant seat in the house, and a con inuous crowd blocked the box officn all day. Robini had not been a manager for twenty years withbut learning some thing, and he attributed his success to the right source.' Ho had been b...

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