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THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. How the Divisions were Made. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899

f THE ATTSTBALUN COLONIES. How the Divisions were Hade. Tbb various divisions of Australian territory are habitually spoken of among us as if they represented some thing providentially contrived and absolutely permanent. Yet it is in structive to consider how they really originated. In doing so we shall see that the whole clae to Australian his tory and politics is furnished by the relation of its chief cities to the rest of the territory. The history of Aus tralia is the history of its seaport towns. Sydney was the' nucleus of British settlement in Eastern Austra lia, and for sixty years it was the seat of Government of a colony extending from Wilson'B Promontory to Gape Yorke. It is now about half a century since that state of things altered. The reason why it was Altered was a reason which has never.cessed, and cannot in the nature of things cease, to operate. The larger and more compact popula tion centred round the large and grow ing seaport entirely overbore the smaller and ne...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899

'! Orotic ;Cure toi<kr?i^f^G<jidR,ll6t Woods' Great Peppermint Cnre for Coughs and Colds never foils, 1/6 and 2/6, For AathiBaticalCcmghB sad Colds take Woods' Great Peppermint C|ire, 1/6 and 2/6. Swelled bead in the most pitiable of seicnm. If it arises from inordinate self-esteem, then it is also ridiculous and the'eofferar lad better climb'down before the inevitable fall* If it is doe to an excess of conviviality the "hair of the'dog that bit" should be carnally avoided? if the xsanoeis* bad cold-it requires instant attention and treatment. The one tried and certain remedy ia .-"Woods' Great. Peppfennint Core. THaaant to tuef odireot in action| speedy In effect. Keep it «n -hand; If is sold inls and'Ss 6d bottles everywhere, For Children'a. Hacking Congh fake J ' Wo^,i3t^tPeppcrtamt<Sir<i,l/pdaiid?/6~ Beppanwiit Qgrefor coughB,ftnd C^ldvJ/l hhasfir ' : -•••.*-:-A\v-nO,

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Results of Australian Eleven Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899

Besults of Australian Eleven Hatches. South of SngUni Been* i Sontit «( England, S4Saadtai ^uitnlin*, 876 ud 1 wiokct Enex.—Lott to IM Ml. flsonti Zmt, 1M and 144 j jLnrtnuni. 144 ud 7*. ■ 8array.—"Won bj m LnnVn»mi171 rnmiL SooiMi . AaEnglUhSlmn.—Wonhyl71 nnu. '(Beomi ■InitralUai, 288 »od M7 i TnifUrtMTi.mtaa lflT. Yorkshire.—Alendomd. W«t wwtlMr, I«wnUWre.—y»»Jg u>tb|i,'nl Scorn .• !<U0Ust«I!s»Batli Antttltah !ff.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Australian Hero. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899

An Australian Hero The Young Australian can do some thing more than hold his end up at cricket; he can, as we have seen, head a detachment of troops against an enemy, and acquit himself with credit. This is what the last despatch says has been done by Lieutenant Gaunt at Falifa, Samoa, where on the 11th ult. the young officor landed from the Por poise witb eighty Friendlies, and en gaged and defeated a large body of rebels. Also, be visited Mulafuana, and after the usual destruction of the village confronted a body of Matsafans, and fought an engagement, which ex hibited both science and courage. In this the Friendlies were outnumbered by twenty to one, and after a severe battle the ammunition of the former gave out, and they were compelled to retreat to the boats, covered by the fire from two Nordenfelts. Again, at Vailama, Lieutenant Gaunt did splendid work, and in the face of what must be acknowledged as a "very great difficulty. The- Porpoise and Taaranga had ju&t comple...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Larrikinism in Country Towns. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899

Larrikinism in Country Towns* Sous time ago the CkroiiicU published an article in its leading columns, com menting on the growing "push" ten dency of the youths in •country towns. Oar article had reference more parti oularly to the larger South Coast towns. An exchange from Windsor, dealing with the same matter says " More frequently than ever com plaints are being made of the gangs of youths who nightly infest bur streets, and group themselves at street corners, and insult persons who aro unfortu nate enough to have to wade through them. Strangers particularly are regarded as the rightful prey of these young cubs, and a few days ago a visitor to Windsor referred in any thing but complimentary terms to the rising generation of our town. Upon leaving the place, this is wliat he wrote: • The whole of their conversa tion is of a filthy and disgusting nature. Why don't the police disperse tliem? The streets are public pro perty, and it is a violation of our rights that we should have ou...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LOT OF A NEWSPAPER MAN. The Promiscuous Editors' Advice. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899

THE LOT OF A NIWSPAPJSB1 UAH. I The Promiscuous Editors' Advice. I You can't tarn round any corner in the most dead-and-alive village in the country without bumping up against a man who knows much better how to ran a local paper than thft party who happens to be at the time guiding its destinies. And yet it is passing strange that this geniuk, instead of being con nected with the staff of a newspaper, is doily engaged in the intellectual task of weighing out firewood, or selling sugar, or driving a butcher's eart. The universe is absolutely over ran with men who are fully convinced that they would be successful beyond measure could they but get fairly seated in the editorial chair of a country, or even a city, paper. Mark how some of them criticise the manage ment of the local paper, for instance. They sneer at local items as being frivolous to a marked degreeB—they want to know, you know, why mention should be made of the fact that " Mrs. So-and-so has been ill for some weeks," or ...

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 — 2 June 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS. i (From odr Sydnky Corbebpondknt,) Sydney, Thursday. Bdttee : Creamery and factory 10d, dairy 8d to 9d, pastry 6Jd to 7-Jd, bacon fid to 8Jd, hams 8d to 9£d, cheese 4Jd to 6£d, eggs la 4d to lB"6d, fowls 2s to 3s 6d, docks 2s to 3s. w Edgar Pricey charged with having feloniously wounded the Rev. W. Witcombe at Rooty Hill was fonnd not guilty. Still no tidings of the missing ! steamer Perthshire. Federalists are jubilant at the apparent change in public feeling which is gradually moving in the direction of the acceptance of tide Commonwealth Bill, while the anti Billites maintain that their cause is strengthened daily. Barton and Wise addressed about 300 Civil Servants at the Exchange Hotel yesterday afternoon, and an swered a large number of questions. Both were accorded a splendid hear ing, and a strong federal feeling was evinced amongst the audience, but no vote was taken. " The Premier addressed a monster meeting at Tamworth, and was accorded a brilliant reception...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOUNCING THE BOERS. (From Sydney 'Truth.') [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899

BOUNCING THE BOERS- j , (From Sydney '■ Truth.1) At the bidding of J. Bull, "Esq. Powers and Potentates of the .earth have lately done A deal of climbing I down. Therefore Oom Paul Kruger (pronounced Krooyer, please) need. not feel lonely in bis. approaching reces sional act. The impossible Dutch President has had an excellent French i precedent fashioned for , him, the affaire Fashoda to wit; also his sly old eyes have seen seen his whilom ! ally, the youBg War Lord of Germany, backslide when, as Oom Paul himself quantity remarked, " The old woman just sneezed." And Kruger's crawl is coming quite close, notwithstanding those Johannesburg forts and the artillerymen wno are being rushed to the Golden Oity of Serfdom. His time-of triumphant tergiversation is almost ended; his treasonable atti tude towards lawful, suzerainty is about to get its due reward. Under the mask' of patriarchal simplicity, Kruger has " kieded " weak-minded j sentimentalists into believing him a sort of Safrica...

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 — 2 June 1899

HOBtJTA. ( (Fsom on ova CoBueKHRxn.) I was thinking it m about time I ■ant along a little newt, and, in troth then la not much to tend. Moray* is quite oveijojed at the assurance given on tbe best authority, that she 'will not lie over a million mile* from the Federal Capital. It is however, settled that it will not be at Tomakin, Dena Biraror Mosquito Bay. The persistent way in which the ChronicU champions tbe great cause of AsstraKaa Ualon has caused some diallow minded people to say that the Idifor is barracking for Sam's Greek or Coolagolite as a site for the Capital. (The Capital henceforth is off with tfaia paper.—Ed.] Hr. Hammond addressed a fair meeting here on Saturday evening ef last week in the interests of the „ Federal Bill, and considering that no sotioe of his meeting was given, and lie arrived only a few hours before, the attendanoe was a good one. Mr. Hammond is a good speaker and was listened to attentively. His elucida tion of the clauses of the Common wealth Bill...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR* Dm of tbe { Sty of I Son I Jw» I Mood Watk. \ Month 1 Btew 1 Fete | Btaw ffptniT l Jane! I 6 62 I 4 64 I 12 41 SATtffcD&T | „ 81 8 58) 1H 1 46 JotSu* ^ 4 8 64 4 54 2 49 Hobday " 61 6 54 | 4 63 s 68 SiniUT It, 0 I 6 65 | 4 63 4 66 WHMfiO"! |n 7 1 6 55 j 4 83 | 4 56 THURSDAY I „ 8 i 6 66 I 4 63 j 6 66

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899

COBARQO HOTEL. S VERYTBIN& jLS IT OTOBT W SB. SXTENSIVE STABLINC. EXPERIENCED CROOM. FDST OFFICE HOTEL, ~ COBARGO. I. Tv KEA'TCKG Proprietor. J. T. Keating' mach pleasure in i forming <he leaidents of COBABQO and > ori'-uodinp Discrete that lie has taken over the above well-known Hot«l, and hopes by keeping the BEST BHAND.5 of WINES, ISP] KITS, ALES, etc.,. to merit a fair shore of support. t>Pl£CIAL ATTENTION will be paid to 4he wbiUb uf Commercial and other Tcfivel lers, Cottmodioue Sample Rooms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent groom in attendance. 3. T. K. begs to announce for the bene fit .of visitors from the TILBA..NOO EOOM A. BODALLA and NEURIQUVDA13. PISTKICTh that hi* Hotel pOEsessea nil the comfoits ol a home, while good horte feed juiii siabe accommodat ion .ire made speciali ties cf the establishment. The Central H°tel, BEGA. trader Xtew Manae»m«at. EGS lo remind VISITORS to BEGA x> that, .they will find the CENTRAL offers t-'peci 1 dv...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Those requiring copies of the Aus tralasian Federation Enabling Act may obtain same from the Clerk of Petty SessnSSis Cobargo. Mb. Jiu MoKestskt, Police Magis trate at Cooma, will perform duty at Bega, etc., during the absence on leave of Mr. F. B. Hales, P.M. " The committee of management of the Cobargo Band Ball met on Tues day evening and arranged details in connection arith the event. Mr. W. Boot was appointed Secretary. Ep eouraging, reports of outside support i are daily reaching the' management's ears, .and visitors from all outlying distriote ars expected, ~ ; | Mb. M. Waula.ce of the Oobargo i Poet Oflioe has been Bent to Tilba for a abort period to relieve Mr. Archer who is absent on sick leave. Ma Bbnnett, who was for Borne years on the local Post Office stafij is at present in Oobargo on leave of absence. He looks in the best of health and is glad to meet his many friends. The following will represent Dry River football clab against Cobargo to-morr...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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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, JUNE 2, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899

8$t Cfpnkk For the cause that hula ateulanee, For the wronga that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. Cobaeqo, Feidat, June 2, 1899. " What I understand by the sentiment of m united Australia is—a sinking of *11 subordinate questions. I speak for my colony, which is as great as the rest of yon. We are prepared—and I will answer for the Parliament, and the people of the country I represent —to go into this national onion, with out making any bargain whatever; without stipulating for any advantage whatever for ourselves; but trusting to the good faith and justice of a Federal Parliament."— Extract from speech by Sir. Henry Parkes, Mel bourne, 6th February, 1896. How elevating is the broadnesB, tbe grandeur, and trustful liberality of the foregoing excerpt, when compared with the twaddle belched from nume rous platforms by the intellectual parvenus who essay to act as mentors on the broad question of Federation and the Commonwealth Bill, which ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 June 1899

He reliableHomily Bomedy Woods Great Peppermint Cure tor coughs and Colds, 1/6 and 2/6.' •• ..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 June 1899

FarAsfclimatioal.CougliB and Colds take] Woods' Gient jPepjiermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. >

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 June 1899

- Ctragir. take * ^ood^te^JB^poiBi&frCaie^/ld^adS/ft

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CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 June 1899

CHAPTER VII. A short obituary notice of' Sir George ; Armstrong appeared in the Times, and •was copied into the West Ham Gazette, where Leah read it the week after hie : death. Her heart leaped within her as she read it, though the next moment a jealous pang shot through it. An-, thony and the woman he loved were both free now. Her misery was not J borne in vain. She had not seen Anthony again be ' ■ .fore leaving Brydon. Mrs. Vydall. had-taken her to the station, and had bidden her a cold and ceremonious good-bye. Dolly had clung- to her, wiping bitterly; but Leah had no * fcparstoshed.4tihe felt too stunned and hopeless toVreep. She was warmly welcomed by tbe. McCTures, and, fortunately for her, they w«=re able to fill her hands with '*ork at once. * Tbera was a great deal of sickness K , ;in ,th« ;parUh, especially .among chil , 4rPn» though Leah was not al - low, <3 to nnVse the wont cases, anmri . ; ber of convalescents were' given into! ber care, and she spent much ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 June 1899

Unequalled wad la vincible Woods' Great Peppermint Ctire for Coughsand Colds,1/6.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 June 1899

Fot'Brojichial GoughB'tn&e ^Watjods' Great. Peppenaint Caie.-l/6ind 2/6.. - - •' *

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FOOTBALL MATCH. Cobargo Defeats Dry River. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 9 June 1899

FOOTBALL MATCH. Cobargo Defeats Dry Eiver The Dry River football club, although' the last to be formed, was one of the first to put a team into the field, meet ing the Cobargo fifteen on the local ground on Saturday. It was expected that the visitors would be in good form for the game, and they were a surprise to Oobargo in the first half. The players from Dry River who took part in the match are an even lot, and aft&r a few more practices like that of Saturday they will hold their own with any of the local clubs. The game started in a most friendly spirit, and both teams did their level best to keep it so. "W. Boyd captained the visitors, Frank Morris the Oobargo men, and V. Henry acted as referee. Cobargo kicked off, and Dry River immediately took the ball into Oo bargo'a 25, where the play remained for about 10 minutes. In and out play occupied the remainder of the first half. Appeals from the Cobargo' men for off-side play were frequent, but only one free kick whs given....

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