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"Brothers, Join Tour Hands." A SONG AND A PLEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

"Brothers, Join Tour Hands." A SONG AND A FLEA. A voice across the land from vale to steep, A voice across ourisle encircling deep, Brothers Join vour bands. Voice of the Past—"'Men of the present age, - Be worthy of your ancient heritage^ Brothers, Join yourfcands. Voice of the Future—" Empires's guerdon see, AccomplBsh now your Heaven-sent destiny," Brothers Join your hands. " The voice of Freedom—from her height she cries, 41 Novr seal the charter of voor liberties/\ Brothers, join your hands. A voice from Hearth and Home—*' The war cloud lowers— , Unite to meet the shock of hostile Powers," Brothers^ join your hands. . - - Heed not . the petty placemen's narrow cry, Por whom no cause is great-—no purpose high, • Brothers, join rour hands. Heed not thehubgry shriek for pelf and $ower, -jB If or misB—distraught by these—the goldon,hour, -• ;?98 Brothers, join your hands*...,, Lest hate should reign where love alone ehOuldBway^ ■■ And kinBmen drift asunder day by day, -• Brothers, ...

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 — 16 June 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (Feom oue Sidney Correspondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Buxteb, Creamery lOd; dairy, 8d to 9d; pa&try, 6|d to 7|d; cheese, 4Jd to 6|d; bacon, 5d to 8d; bams, 8d to 9d; eggs, 1/3 to 1/5 ; fowls, 2/- to 3/. The Queensland Premier urges that steps should be taken for the ships of the Australian Squadron to be sent in search of the lost Pertshire and Mr. Raid approves of the suggestion. At Goulbura yesterday the English football team secured a victory of 11 points to 3. New South Wales defeated Queensland sixteen points to 3. Probate duty amounting to £28,400, paid into the Victorian Treasury on the will of the late James Service. . Wet and boisterous weather con tinues with no appearance of clearing. The Ministers are considering pro. gramme of domestic legislation for the next session, and a number of bills are in a forward state. Ship Bedrock which left Townsville for New Caledonia on 20th February, and posted as missing turned up safely at Noumea. As the last days o...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Accused of Sixteen Murders. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

Accused of Sixteen Murders A despatch from Berlin, dated April 27, says:— A murder trial b gan to day at Breslau which resem.lpn hat her the seuBa'ioual developments of the worst kind of shilling shocker than a page from real life. A shoemaker named H rminn, born in 1834 at Rengersdorf, in Silesia, who has a<ri>H.Hv i*pf*nt two years and eight months i- i rise for 'hef:, ba sing, ami felonious a^auj: s aniis accu w of liHving I))iirde'i-d his first anis>C»id wif.-, iweivt- of h;- four teen children, his mssuess, and another woman since 1864. The story of these crimes w remarkable In 1885 Hermann's eecoud wife Anna suddenly disappeared. Rumors that the prisoner had killed her and buried her in tome unknown place were ut once rife, although Her i aim told the n<-igi>hors that she bad pro oably committed suicide or gone to America wiih a paramour of hers. Last January, however, during Borne structural alterations in the cellar of the Louse in Fuersteutr&a...

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"Evil, to him who evil think." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

" Evil, to him who evil think*." THEY SAT P " That the individual who indulges in the haliit of fluffing should ho prepared to ac cept his " gruel" when his time comes; hut That the man whose horse jibbed in mid stream, himself a constant" chaffer " proved over testy when asked " if his horse merely wanted a drink." That the Beloura man who poisoned his valuable coolie pup will not be able to get dingopriee for the scalp; and That a tobacco emetic is ineffective when your canine has " pegged oat." That the Archbishop of Sydney instead of " compiling " a form of prayer for Eeferen dum day should advise his co-religionists to read the Bill and vote Yes. That if Major Marehand had achieved as much in the Soudan as the Sidar the impul sive French people would have insisted upon making him Emperor. That the " Chronicle's representative " fell in "at Cignam's Creek and the necess ity for a bridge at the notorious washaway vras practically demonstrated to that indi vidual. That rumor has i...

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THE AUSTRALIAN VOLUNTEERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

THE AUSTRALIAN VOLUN TEERS It i6 fast time tliat the long estab lished contempt for the volunteer so dier nhould be do e away with. To all right thinking persons (he idea ot associating cowardise with (he volun teers simpiy because they are outside the chauce of active service, is absurd. 'Tis true men may volunteer from dieffrent motives, and to those who know the amount of pay allowed, cupidity is certainly not onri. of them. It goes without saying that one cannot turn out the straight military article, like the Imperial troops, with hucIi scant training as our volunteers re cei /e It is'not the man that ie wanting ; it is the opportunity. Train- J ing is essential to good discipline, and military bearing, and it *ould n' t be I amiss to w«ger that the stalwart j Australian .na'ives if given the con stant discipline of regular English I troops, would surpasB in discipline tlie thousand of cockneyb who g.) to mike up England's greatness; who are moulded and wrought into such won dr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

A HELL'S HARVEST OF HOR RORS (From Sydney ■ Truth..') The Queensland police, it is announced, intend to renew their inquiries into the Gatton tragedy: to make one more effort to plumb the ny stery of how the two girls Murphy, outraged and murdered, came to be found by the side of the dead body of their brother, on a spot which showed no signs of a struggle, the woaen lying on the gronud in almost comfortable posi tions, one indeed with a well-arranged rug beneath her. For months now the authorship of the crime his re mained a my.,tery to the Queensland police. To the general public, per haps, it has not been quite so myster ious. But one more effort is to be made. As to how that effort is likely to result may be judged by the iatrst development of the Oxley tragedy, another damnable and devilish deed which came shrieking in the horrid footsteps of the Gatton outrage. The boy Hill, tho victim of the Oxiey fiend, was found dead under circumstances which indicated that before deaib he ...

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Partly Reminiscent. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

Partly Beminiscent. Hating nothing to do on Saturday, 1 put in tbe time walking tbe mountain. I started while the frost was still on tbe grass, and the task of climbing tbe first and second cnttings that wind their conrse round the sides of the mountains and gullies between theGulph and Earobodalla produced a good perspiration. I rested on the summit of a high ridge, where a mag nificent view of the valley could be obtained. As I thought of the tons of precious metal that had been won from the low lulls, gullies and flats before me, I could not but think that that there must be a greater volume of bidden treasure in the numerous hills from which the alluvial gold has escaped, and that there must be a time when the reefing history of the Gulph will be hardly second to the grand old days when the alluvial nuggets were almost as thick as. plums in a pudding. The pessimists ~ -will laugh, and ask—why do not the intrepid miners find these hidden deposits ! But the field is a large one an...

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CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

CHAPTER VIII. Clare had been qu:te right in saying that Anthony was not expected home till the middle of July, though she had not heard it from Anthony himself, as she lfd Leah to btlieve ; but from Mrs. Hunstanton. Circumstances, however, had altered Anthony's plans, and the day that Leah met Care at the Academy, he landed in Briadisi on hia way home wards. He was anxious about his step mother's health; Doily had hinted more than once that khe was far from well, and though she herself wrote cbee'fu'ly enough, he bad received a lette> fr n> the family doctor, towards the end of April, which made him de termine to iborteu his btay in Egypt. Hi- had intended to remain a week in Italy, but on reaching Rome he found a te'r-gram awaiting him, beg ging him to return at ouce. Mrs. Vydi.ll was dangerously ill. He travelled night and day and reached Brydon early on Saturday morning. His worst ft-are were relieved on arriving at tie fetation. Qis s (cp mother was still living, though he...

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TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

tilba tilba. (From our own correspondent.') Captain Millabd addressed the lec ton in the Temperance Hall, Tilba, last Saturday evening in support of the Commonwealth Bill. Mr. Chap pel was in the choir. The Captain gave a very good address; his ora torical powers have certainty improved since I last heard him, but doubtless • it «si (he congenial subject, and the kindly way in which hia arguments wre received, that called forth hia best efforts. He touched on all the leading clauses of the Bill, and said that be would " go nap" on tbe capital being within a few -miles of Eden, somewhere outside the range of the big guns of an enterprising foreign «nemy. who might be tempted to look in at tbe port of Eden. The fact of tbe capital being so near would mean all sorts of good things for us. He made an earnest appeal to all present to prove themselves Australians, and coll up on the 20th and vote for Fede fation. At the conclusion of the address, a vote was taken, the result feeing about ...

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Leah's Engagement. CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

teaVi's Vngagement. CHAPTER VII. When George and Ida caine-^bsct from evening service, thpy found hti in the little sitting-room, busy 'over the clothing club accounts. She wan very pale, and her eyes were dull and lieavy; but she was able to smile cheerfully at theiu, and George found her ready and eager " after supper to discuss his new scheme for an evening club for the girls in the great factories in the parijb.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR., Svnoftb* I Bay of I Son I Fun I Moon Week. I Montb-j Rises | Per8 | Bisea Friday 1 June1® J Satobiay j „ 10 ( Fdmdxt I XI | Mommy ) „ >2 I , TUFSDAY ' „ "13 I W'DMKeOT I „ 14 Tatmasir i „ je, 6 58) 4 63 1 7 45 6 56 : 4 53 | 8 33 6 67 | 4 53 i Q 11 6 6'7 j 4 53 | . $ 47 6 57 l 4 53 10 20 6 58 | 4 53 i 10 49 6 58 | 4 68 | 10 16

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

COBAROO HOTEL. EVERYTHING AS IT OUGHT TO BE. IIIEST SIMPLE BOOH IXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCED CROOM. Janes firabaD. FOST OFFICE HOTEL, GOBARGO. I.t. keati^g Proprietor. J- T. Keating has mnch pleasure in i forming ihe jesidents of COUARGO and !-uri<undine Discr cts that he has taken over the above veil-known Hotel, and hopes hy keeping the BEST BRANDS of WINES, SPIKITS, ALUS, etc., to merit a fair ehare of support. ( t-PKCIAL ATTENTION will be paid to the wants of Commercial and other Travel lers. Commodious Sample Booms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent groom in attendance. J. T. K. begs to announce for the bene fit of visitors from the TILBA. NOO HOOMA. BODALLA and NBKKIGUNDAH DIKl lilCTti that h's Hotel (jOE6e;sea nil the comfoitsola home, while good horse feed sno Btsbe accommodation ere made epeciali . it-:- ties of the establishment. The Central H°tel, BEGA. . ' Under Hew QCaaagcmvat. [Lat- of tiieOceaD View -Hotel, Tathra,] BEGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA'...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Owing to serious illneps of Mr. Vm, Oollen, and the consequent absence of a couple of the players, the Band did not render its usual fortnightly pro gramme on Saturday night. Mb. F. T. Stinnett, for many years resident of Bega, and well known in this and the surrounding districts, passed through Cobargo during the week en route to the Northern Rivers, where It is his intention to establish a connection in the live stock line. We cordially wish Mr. Stennett every suc cess. Tkndeka for the following Road Work, addressed to the Clerk of Petty Sessions Moroya, and endorsed 'Ten der for Boad ^Tork,' will be received up to noon on Monday, 19th instant, for the following roads:—Contract no. 49-98/99, Road Boialla to Bignam's Ck. Specifications may be seen at Moraya and Eurobodallia Post Offices. Thb first Quadrille party, given nnder the auspices of th&aewly formed Club, took place on Tuesday evening, and was a pronounced success. About twenty couples attende...

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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 16, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

Cfrnrrack For the cause that lacks awktance, For the wrong* that need resistance, For th* future in the distance, And the good that toe can do. Oobaboo, Fbiday, Jusb 16, 1899. On Tuesday next, the 20th June, the elector* of New South Wales, voting *8 one great constituency, will have the opportunity—aye the privilege— of saying Tea to an instrument, which if endorsed by a majority, will be the first irrevocable step towards the Union of Australia under a grand, democratic, and indissoluble Federa tion, her natural and inevitable des tiny. On the other hand, if rejected, the -act must put bade the Federal band for many years to come, unless, unhappily, war or other troubles are precipitated, forcing us in sheer de fence to do that which we now have an opportunity of doing in the light of calm judgment. No one will admit that he is not a Federalist, although we fear there are some (though they cannot give a reason for their unpa triotic attitude) who will, like mid night assassins. st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

OjarapBSSBTCOES. ■■: ■ ' ®TVWE SERVICES will be conducted in thejdktrict as follows :— jl.;,.' . ,fiiBOMAN CATHOLIC. / -SiasB befcbrated at $.30 s.m. and ll.X5 a.ro. !\y.:ft Cobargo. Eveoiiig devotion every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. sff : P. KENNY. CHUJiCS OP ENGLAND. - ~ Jnoe IB—Cobatgo 11; Tilba 2.S0; Bormayui 7.30. ;G. SOARES. WE3LSTAH. Jnne 18—TVandella 11; Quooma 2 JO; Cobargo 7.30. M. WALKEB.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

School of Arts Bazaar. ALL ladies are cordially invited to ■» attend the SEWING BEE held EVERY THUBSDAY at the reading room of the School of Arts, commencing 11.90 pja. H. STREET, President. THOS. KENNELLY. Hon. Sec. —GRAND— §Mn anltr Jroqr IN AID OF THE COBAEGO BAND, —OK— FRIDAY, 23rd INST. SCHOOL OF ARTS, COBABGO. Haste In Ohazg* «f Mr» lnl> Mstti Joka ICarttn. DoTTBLX TlCKST 6/- StKOLB 4/- _ Comxettm or lffiirniMmrT:— V$, Pike. Dr. JJwkB, J. P.CMHj, W. Boot9 Hid O. 0Mqin3L: >- . . WILLIAM BOOT, *** . • V/ffefe SPECIAL CLEARING ^CASH SALE. —OP— WINTER DRAPERY Flannels Capes Flannelettes Overcoats Blankets Rugs Wool Wraps Dress Goods Jackets Trimmings, &c„ &c. A CASH BONUS of 5 per cent, on all Pur chases of 5s and over. COBAUGO STOEES. Cobargo A. P. and H. SOCIETY. The annual genebal meeting of members of the above Society will be held in the School of Arts on wed nesday, 28th June, at 2 p.m. . Business:—To receivo report and balance Bheet; election of office...

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MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

MOEUTA. (From our own Correspondent.) since I last wrote nothing of impor tance has transpired in the oyster-bed. All the talk is about Federation, over which many of our townsmen have be come hysterically enthusiastic, and one gentleman, who is generally regarded as possessing more than the ordinary quantity of brains, has, at his own ex pense, bad posters printed, urging the electors to accept the Bill. If this party could only be induced to deliver addresses, I am sure that with his wonderful grasp of the federal and cognate subjects, he would win over many -waverers to the Bill. However, his action Bhowsadegreeof patriotism, that I regret to say, is not too common in this country, and it would be well, not only for Moruya, but for N. S. Wales, if more of the electors would show their patriotism in so practical a manner. Mr. Spurson M.P. spoke here on Monday of last week againBt the Com monwealth Bill. There was a good attendance, and the speaker was listened to attentively, but ...

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YOURIE. (From a correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

YOURIE. fFrom a corrasntmdentV As the Chronicle does not receive any contributions from thia part, I thought I would send you along some itemB now and again that may prove of interest to some of your readers. We are a Bmall community, yefwe have interests in common with Cobargo and the sur rounding districts. I am aware that Yourie is almost an unknown country with many of the Cobargo people, yet it is a fertile spot, and in no small way contributes to the commercial transac tions of your town. And the country in and around here is, as yet, in a com paratively undeveloped state, and there is room for further settlement. The residents of this quiet locality are nob troubled in spirit about the precise area on which the Federal Capital will be situated, and they do not for one moment claim that Yourie should be the choBen country, but the inhabitants are much . exercised about the exact spot that our Receiving Office will occupy. Some time ago, I understand, Mr. Chas. Gough was appoin...

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Result of Australian Eleven Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

Eesults of Australian Eleven Matches, South of England.—Drawn. SooreB: South of England, 246 and 222; Australians, 875 andl wicket Essex.—Lost by 126 runs. Scores: Essex, 199 and 144; Australians. 144 and 73. Surrey.—Won by an innings and 71 runs. Soores: Surrey, 114 and 64; Australians, 249. An English Eleven.—Won by 171 runs. Scores : Australians, 222 and 227; Englishmen, 171 and 107. Yorkshire.—Abandoned. Wet weather. Lancashire.—Won by an innings and 84 runs. Scores: Lancashire 102 and 61; Australians. 267. Oxford.—Drawn. Soores: Australians. 803, and 4 for 360: Oxford 34L All England {Test.—Drawn. Englishmen, 198 and 7 for 155; Australians, 252. and closed with 8 for 230. Marylebone.—Won by 8 wickets. 8coree« Mary. lebone£42 and 230; Australians 352, and 8 for 124. Cambridge.—Won by 10 wicket*. Scores: Cam bridge 1st, 436 and 122; Australians 436 and 123 for no wickets.

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The Australian Eleven in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 16 June 1899

The Australian Eleven in England Afikb defeating the powerful M.C.C. combination the Australians " took on '> Cambridge University, which they de feated by 10 wickets. This makes the record 5 wins, 1 lost, 4 drawn. The home eleven were the first to go to the wickets, and they managed to knock up the fine score of 436. Two centuries were made, Moon .138 and Taylor 110; with the exception of Hind, who made 2, the remainder of the team made double figures. The Australians in their first attempt made exactly the same score 436, and by a strange coin cidence two centuries were also put np Hill 160, and Gregory 102. Iredale 40, Jones 53, Howell not out 49, were the only other men to add double figure scores, six batsmen only putting up 25 between them. In the second innings Cambridge showed a complete reversal of form, falling before the de liveries of Howell, Jones and McLeod for 122. The first named bowler got 6 for 61. Penn 27, Winter 24, Hind 14, and Hawkins and Jessop 11 feach wer...

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