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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

For Bronchial Coughs tefcc Woods" Great Peppermint Cure, 1/0 and 2/C.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

An orator he claimed to be, A thin and reedy voioe hsdhfl, When on the jdattorm be appeared, And started couching people jeered ; Then some called out, " He's getting old,"' With lusty voioe said be,Tour sold," He'd taken something strong and pure, "Win. E. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

For Children's Hacking Cough take Woods* Great Peppermint Core, l/tidand i/8

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

buft t^M&rams (Fhom ocb Sydney Correspondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Butter, creamery and factory 10£ to lid, dairy 9£to 10d, pastry 8£ to 9d, bac n to 8jd, hams 8 to 9Jd, eggs 1/3 tp } JA rdz.. fowls 1/9 to 3/6 pair, ducks 2/- to 3/.' Bishop Thornton of Ballarat has decided that marriage of divorced per sons is not O&ribtian and be will refusb marriage licensee to such people. He defended bis strictures on Australian morals. " ' • • Robert Humphries died at Mount Malcolm (W.A.) in a chemist's shop after taking a prescription made up for him. The chemist has been ' arres ted. The South Australian referendum on the Commonwealth Bill has resulted ae follows -.—Yety 65,929 j No, 17,000, . A sensational itffair occured on the road between Kalgoorlie and Boulder. 'Mortimer, Paymaster of "Lake View Consols mine, driving with a fortnight's pay-amountingto £6000, when h^ was stock'Vp by a rnan on the road, who shot Mortimer'^ horse and demanded the money which was in two bags, o...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

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

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPENING OF THE NEW SCHOOL COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

OPENING OF THE NEW SCHOOL GOBARGO. __ Ever since the Oobaiy mibtee took.np the i opening i School building has been sh^ Wednesday:laBt a very large" of adults $pd children were in attea dance. The school children, numbering something" over'lOO^wepe"iirembTecl*! in:the school ground, and nnder the guidance of Mr. Ward and his staff were"marcted mTo~'tba MwTtotftlcRli]^ followed,by anumber of parent* %he'Chairman of tbe School Bftfttji and other members were present,' ana as soon as the children were seated tbe Chairman y rose and addressed the; assemblage! He said it gave kim grwit pleasure"; to bepresenton 'so important an ccca uioD. He was an old resident of the district and bad all his life tat en an active interest in promoting education^' It was to the education of the young that we raaBt loolc in a gtekt measure for the moral and commercial advance-., merit of Australia and nia|ce it a nation. He bad Leen 50 ^ears cdb!-" nected with the advancement of educa tion — during the de...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

The reliiblo Family Bomedy W oodg' Great teppcrmiut Cure tcr coughs and. Colda, 1/6 ana 2/6.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

jlEthasitica} Cougha and Cold* taie Wcodb' Oicatlcppiiudi-t Cur6,1/6 acd 2/6

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Local Love Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

A Local Love Letter. The following lore letter was picked up last week in the vicinity of Dry River. Foe .■Obvious. reasons tto names of the parties! are"%itheld,*but tlife owner of the precious manuscript may obt^in^ame upon applica tionat the " Chronicle1", office, and tha most inviolable eecrecy will be observed :— My itearst Mary,—i .be :in good hellth only dyinto see'you andthank God.arid i hope youaw the same. . dearst mary i>bt sorry youdontlike theplace yon are in btit never mind i hope yon will soon have a house of your own and be your own miseue, dearefc tnairy i am lo&ph to meet yon agaifi at the milkin shed bnt'THop^ the ofe^rono biullthat rushed us tm sundyjnte wont be there or the ole nas i idont 'loo wot1 they have got against me. dearst jsttfejl; am allraoetall ways thinkin of yon and hive no more suae to tellexeep that my sister has got a t*.by gurl and i will not be happy' toll ?wehave a<Jaar litUe one^k sometimes i think our fcotwillneverbe T...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
If You Love a Man-Love Him. (From the Bulltin.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

IT Tou lo^^ s}fi|ii~-Love lim.r ' TV,.*-;/. rOiS yon imagins Anything mora laee^SM,' »a»d the youth, lying &ck in toislongchair with a sighof content, gind gazing out over th) range of Oo*ntry, and the distant sea tiiat ■tretcbed like Mat steel away to the honxon. , '* Very jolly,' answered the girl, who wsahts^wife,and who leaned over tho verandah-railing watching a snail on on one of her pet "bulbs. 'Shall I order the Stilton orthe Gorgonsola 9* •Oh, my dew, for goodmas sake don't worry about cheese on a morn ing like this—it's—-it's indecent,' he said, looking at her sideways, wiUi * burning match • attended over tho bowl of Mi pipe. «Well, I got it for yon, and you don't do tnnoh for me now. Just look at thatahell ulug eating my narcissus.' Oeoffrey rose languidly, wast down tbe verandah steps into the- biasing son, captured the snail, depoaited it on a big stone, and with another smashed it to atoms. There was an expression of disgust on bis face, but he looked iip and ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

<5i , {From cobiucspoitdkht.) ^ ^VHiT.a fosB over>_anwU 7diM^jnd|^e jmarrj^!ofr Af»^sti|J-,^fltH»iaed j bjji . WB:iM#t sreek would comei-oB on ?!tm8' . -■tlightsof Jbbe'26lh ;Aprtlj sfcufc i*tofc'i(ran;' W>le8tia1: w»S;» mafried^4uft&' by that time to the utter chagrin' of' the , !, cuViott^on^ whb. Vere sorely diMj>^ ^oul^i' haye\ lilted. tQ; biffi aem wh*t,po'rt 9f, a dtesi she: *■• wo&Andw^t Jie jootad ;likp. -A per «t»whO about-at thetimeinformed' .mc that* pHJlainent'cabiribt maker of this toWh and i»iB I«ife sicted at hest itn'aii ^ 'ttt^teiijaid reBpectively. He «ays £hdt 'tlie^lbriSe was all etuilesand the., oeleitial ..trembled violently. No . doubt, Mr.; Editor,;, joa-,»|ap will be disappointed that I-caimot give yon » ""description of the Ureases and a report ■ ME tbe'-spedchfes at the "blekfus" table, but 1 was one ofttoosa'iiho missed the Apropos ot lhe ajapve, it is humilia ting to, see the j(u(Qoura.gemen.t these ^liem r^tivef^pip p...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Tragedy of a Drought. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

The Tragedy of a Drought. | The returns of stock at preaanVin the oolony, compared «ftb previous n- '■ turns, ehow with cogent force ! tragedies of a great Australian drought,' a In 1893 there wetf 66,08O,41fi sheep in the colony; in 1898 there werfli5 40,147,603. Tbe nto of nstvial ., increase dating a fiw yean' period, If seasotis had been favorable, would have been 20 per cent.; ao that it may ' be calculated that over 90,000,000 of sheep hare perished in the fierce grip of the drought. Of horses there wen 518,181 in the colony in 1894: now there are only 486.504. Allowing again here for the natural increase under favorable circninstanoes the conclusion can be arrived at that. 100,000 horaei have perilled from3 thirst and starvation dating the past four years. Horned cattle have fallen off since 1894 from 2,466,411 to 2,01S,015, and again allowing for natural increase itjsnst be concluded that nearly 700,000 oxen have been sacrificed as m giant hecatomb to the fury of the drought...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

WEEKLY CALENJ&AR 1 Friday fcATURl at SUNDAY Mudday Tuesday v dnbt d v | Thttibd-.y |

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

COB ARGOJBOTEL. J&WBtJWrt WJj£ USiSf ' Oa Om Cwmt '•■<* ,r - .f • • 6 ' • ri Proprietor* fNrT;'^EMkaST haanmoh -pVaran "in lbmiui.M midapti of COBABOO and • pMrnbndln? Diitr ctg :»hfct4he bag 'tween over itba above welWuiawijffloUl.and hopes fey tkeaptnif Ifee 0E8T iBBANBS (ft WINES.: «PI81TH, AliKS, ate;, to tferit -a 'fafr •*bare of tfipport. . 8PECIAI. ATTENTION will be patd to wabUtfCeniiiiarciilaBd OtharTraTel lien.Coinaodlottt 8a«p!e.Roomt available., Wow OTADMNG and i mapitmt' YTcwfc tn A'tetiilancii. ' ' <7. 'TiTO. lMe*46«nii6anM tdr tH» liana., Iran A* /{RK1BA., 3S0D*j wmiTt : sr i»VA/<UiLd UU DltiTfilCTS tbath'* Hottlpoft*weakll A* comfort! of|i home, whilejgood bona .feed and*tiabe accommodation ate taMa »peclali-, «fa»j4Tthee*t*ttU»htnerit. .. '■■;■■■■■ ' '[Late of the Owati View' 'Hotel, Tatbra,] BK08 'toT«mind VISITORS to ^BEGA jthatthey wUl find xha OENTBAl •offer* Special Adrantngei. being farniehed lhrtvdgt>eat«with* fiPKO...

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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, MAY 5, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

-for-iie-catwe thal-iaelts assistance, For the wtfnigg th^t need resistance, . ~i : the distance, . i - ■ jiui th4 good tiialwe pan do.'', :-f Cobarqo, Friday, Mat 5, 1899. " A public meeiing of. residents of Hamilton was ^eld'in;the local Pres byterian Church last week for the parpose of protesting against the action of the Major of Hamilton in granting permission to the Associated Fire Brigade Band to discourse a pro : gramme of.-sacred and classical musical 'selections in the local park on, the previous Sunday afternoon. 'Alder man C. G. Melville presided, and in opening the proceedings; said that- the meeting .btyd b-.en> called tb protest' againatthede^cralion- bf the$abb*ath, and he 'twould not allow any opposition to the object for which they had met, The Rev. Charles Bell moved : " That it is with regret we learn that -the Mayor has granted permission to a band to play music on the Sabbath and collect morusy, anil that we: protest against such, as our Sunday schools and c...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Whole Maize as Ensilage. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

Whole Maize as Ensilage In "Hoard's Dairyman" (American) "M.J.L." says: "In reading about the cost of filling the ensilage pit, because of the expensive process of cutting it into cbaff, I ask;—Why this expense 1 We have a silo 11x12 and 20 feet deep, and are using the ensi lage this winter from it The maize stalks are light brown in color, and nicer or sweeter ensilage I have never Been. If parties would offer to cnt and fill our ensilage pits gratis, we would decline with thanks. The cows like it better whole. Our maize is allowed to stand until ripe enongh to cut up to shock; then a few of the ears are broken off, and the corn is carted from the field to the silo. One hand unloads by armfuls, and one in the silo takes care of it by putting it au wouuu we «age, wppiug wq lops over the ears, so it will be solid, and keeping the corners the highest and spaces all 611ed. This work is never left to a hired man. When all in, it is covered with bedding, then weighted with sand. It w sur...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Leah's Engagement. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

Leah's Engagement. CHAPTER I. Mrs. Vydall, 17,"Eaton Place, three o'clock.' Oh, Ida, do yon think she ■will engage tne^ And Leth- put down ' the post-card she had and looked at lier friend with anxious eyes,' 'Unless, she thinks you are too yonngand pretty -for a governess,' an swered Ida McClure, shaking h< r head. • I wish you vjrould 8tay on with tie, Leah, . dear. You know how glad -Qoor^and I are to have you here. Give up this idea of teaching. Stay with us.' . t . , "Leah's beautiful eyes filled with "tears. ^~ " -■ • Don't tempt tne, Ida-; I have been aofba(g>j herp. ; But yon know it is right-for me to. earn my own living. If 1 could tave got some pupils in the neighbourhood I might have stayed.' - M am afraid Beruaondwy ia not a good place for private pupils,' said Mrs. JlcClu-e, with a little sigh. ' Every child goes to the Board schooh, I fancy. I shall minB you dreadfully, dear, Pei h«ps one day, ■ when we are old and grey, George will get a living, and the...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

J. A. ALEXANDER, M.P.S., CHEMIST - .A.JNI 3D - DB aQ-G-IriT, Church-street, Bega, A Complete Stock of— PURE DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES TOIi-ET REQUISITES FACE POWDERS TOOTH POWDERS HOMQSPATHIC MEDICINES HORSE -and C&TTLti MEDICINES ELASTIC STOCKINGS TRUSSES, &c., &o. TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACfKD-—ORDERS^^HOST^ILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION- PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY DISPENSED., jTAT^ALSxAN0EBr VHO&iSM»ima«AB> 8ES8SWX, (By exua. «ad Registered under the Pharmacy Act of 1897), CHURCH STREET, BEGA. ROYAL P HOTEL. A. Hill, The Working Alan's Friend. • THE VERY BEST AUSTRALIAN Beer or Shandy 3D PER LARGE GUtSS. All Dbinee of the Beet QuAUTTrj GOOD Accommodation . . AT THE ROYAli HbTEI^ - -GlflPS^ir BBQA.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

IMPOUNDED at Cobargo on the 28th day of April from "Westaway's Pad dock. one Spotted Steer, no visible brand; Bed Bullock, like C over W near nunp, tops off both ears. If not released will be sold on 25th Hay. W. DTJSSMORE, Ponndkoeper. NOTICE. Ting undersigned will charge as follow from the 1st MAT, 1899:— Undercut Steak Sd Bump do. 6 Sirloin Boast 6 Bib Boast, 1st and 2nd Cuts... 5 Bib, other Cuts 4 Salt Beef, Bib and Navel end Beet Cuts 4 Bough 3 41 Bound, Fresh or Salt Tongues 2?« Suet .1. 6 Sausages e Pork 6 By the quarter— 3J Fore Hind 4 T. 3. TARLINTON. B. ANNETTS. Cricketers! firieketers; —THE— BALL —TN ilB OP THE— j <^COBARGO CRICKET CLUB-J WILL BE HELD IN TB.K— SCHOOL, OF ART® COBABGO 1 ON 24TH MAY,! (Queen's Birthday.) DOUBLE TICKET, 5/-; SINGLE, 3/. GEO. CAMPBELL 1 Hon. FBANK XAELIKXON } Sees. Advaaces to Settlers "A6t.' r THE undersigned trill prepare the neces sary Application Forms for any per sona desiring to APPLT tor ADVANCES wider the above Act. WILLIAM...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pretty Miss Vane. CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

Pretty Miss Vane. CHAPTER IX. The tftndsome strange -gentleman had caned again at the theatre and sent up a note to the star, which after a slight hesitation she had opened, read, then -with a white startled look on her , exquisite face, had ordered them to '" admit the stranger quickly, or the cur - tain would go op. She was standing on the pedestal . waiting, and words between them must of necessity be few and brief. 'Pearl, I only foand trace of you last night. God knows how often, and how bitterty I have judged yon. But now my eyes are opened—you, as well as myself, have been sinned against ' Read this letter, it will explain all, and let me say beforehand that no thing on e»rth would have induced me to have forced any one against their will to have married me. I am only ( seeking yon out now to offer yon such release as the law permit*, after I have taken you back to your parents, espec ially yonr father, who—who—is ill—> An exclamation of acute pain broke from <h...

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