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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 July 1899

COBARGO HOTEL. EVEaTTHIlTQ AS XT OTOBT TO SB. EXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCED GROOM. James Grain. POST OFFICE HOTEL, COBARGO. ■f. T. WWMT1M® Proprietor. J* T, Heating; bos much plpneure in i forming ibe lesidents of COBARGO and furti nnding D«cr cts that he lias taken over theabove well-known Hotel, and hopes by keepinR tlie BEST BRANDS of WINES. 6PI HITS, ALES, etc., to merit a fair ehare of support. SPECIAL ATTENTION will bo paid to the wRnte of Commercial and other Travel ters. Cortmodious Sample Booms available. GOOD STABLING- and' a competent groom in attendance. JT. T. K. begs to announce for the bene, fit of visitors from the TILBA, NOO iiOOMA. BOPALI-Aand NltllKIGUNDAH DISH'.ICTo that h:s Hotel (.ocseteea all the comfoits of a home, while good horse feed end gtabe accommodation ere made speciali ties ef the establishment. The Central H°tel, BEGA. ~ ' Tender Sew Maasgemeixt. X'-at- of the Ocean View ' Hotel," Tatiira,] BEGS to rermud VISITORS to BEGA thsttbey will fiud the CE...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 July 1899

CHAPTER II. / ahe 'eft her Jover, went to ; ' thr pretty rote-gnrden site called hir ■!rdwB.. ._* ■ ■ — - •i • ft tree of rare, irliile' .•i7T0Be^ii|liiit swer)ft^ form -part of her boquet on the morrow, and she was eager to seehow many were ready for gathering. As slie lifnt over the waxen blos soms sbe heard a sound as of sobbing, and turning she confront' d a girl as young and • fa;r as she, 1 ut lagged, whit-.j faced, haggard, and despaiiing. ■ Laily, I beseech you to listen to me !' ilio girl cried. 'Don't sfiid me away ui.hrardl' And Enid never thought. of her lover's prohibition. He had spoken of hU enrmiep, of j aloun rivals, and thie girl look'd like a beggar, half-Etarved. •.ml hej-gln^for Wad. And in this hour of her grpat happiness l.er heart was tender to all suffering creatures, so she answered, gent'y: ' Tell me jour story, and then 1 will do what I can to help jou.' ' You are good, and sweet, and kind. Tliar.k God 1 ain in. time to' save you fiom a fate that would be...

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Miss Margary's Murder CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 July 1899

Miss Margary's Murder CHAPTER I. That was but three months ago, f.r Gerald Ca-ew was an impatient wooer, aud ha i no nrind to wait for his happi ness, Tint he could have any oihjr motive—any daik secret of his past, 'which he dreaded to fcavo brought to 'lifeht, never occurred to the fcimple. niiadud old baronet. Perhaps he u.ight have had conic suspicion if he tad teen Gerald's dark lowering face as be stood by E.iu'u side, if he Lai h a. d him as he repea ted : ' Somethirg may yet happen to sep ara'e us. Znid, by the love we b.-ar each otJier, will you promise me O-f. thing V * I will do whatever you ask of me,' she answered, looking up into her lover's face with sweet, earnest eyes. ' I'm nervous aud unstrung tc ■ night, aid I have enemies, I know,1 and Fm afraid lest they should try to set you against me.' As if I over c.-.uld believe a word against you !' the c 1, d. 'Bless yon, darling, for your sweet faith in me ! Bui I should be easier if you would give me the p-cmise I ■ask...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 July 1899

Bermagui Sphool of Arts. THE Athwb.1 Meeting of. Members 'will be held in the hall on Monday the 17th July. Business-To receive the An nool Beporfc, Treasurer's Balance Sheet, Election of Officers and Committee of Management for the ensuing year, and any other business that may be brought for ■ward. W. F. PHILLIPS, Eon. Sec. The Dromedary Gold Mining Company, No Liability. r j SENDEES are invited for driving No's. ML, 4, end 6 Tnnimin on the above property a further dinfanoe of 100ft in each on the lode tromjreaent endB at per foot. Inspection may be made at any tame. Ten ders close Thurfiday, July 18th.* Specifioa taons may beseenat offioe of the -Hanager on the mine and all information obtained. A-CHAjPPLE, i General Manager.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Results of Australian Eleven Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 July 1899

Results of Australian Eleven Hatches. South of England^—Drawn. Soores t South of England, 246 and 222$ Australians, 876 and 1 wioket for 7, Essex.—Lost by 126 runs. Scores: Essex, 190 and 144; Australians. 144 and 73. _ Surrey.—Won by an Inning* and 71 rnns. Scores: 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 64 runs. Scores: Lancashire 102 and 61; Australians, 267. Oxford.—Drawn. Soores: Australians, 308, and 4 for 360: Oxford 341. All England (Test.—Drawn. Englishmen, 193 Mid 7 for 155; Australians, 252. and closed with 8 for 280. Marylebone.—Won by 8 wickets. Scores; Mary lebone 242 and 230; Australians 352, and 2 for 124. Cambridge.—Won by 10 wickets. Scores: Cam bridge 1st, 436 and 122 j Australians 436 and 128 for no wickets. Yorkshire.—Drawn. Soores: Australians 141 and 415; Yorkshire 235 and 7 for 186. England.—Won by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 July 1899

jgosayawisv DnrtNB SERVICES Trill be, oondupted in the dlfitriEt as fallows BOMAN jCATHOLIC. MaSH celebrfltod nt 8.3" o-m. !UK^ 11-15 ll-ri1 ■ & evpry Sunday at Cobargo. Eren ing" devotion every Sunday at 7.30 ' P.1H. r P. KENNY. CHDRCIt OP EKOI.ANU. July 'Wandelln 11; Qiiaama (K.C.) 2.30 ; Cobr.rgo 7.F0. 0. SOA.11ES. WESLETAN.-: M. WAIjKEH.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 July 1899

SPECIAL CLEARING ^CASH SALE. —OF WINTER MMPEEY Ski Reduced lPifi€©@. Capes Overcoats Rugs Dress Goods rimming} &c„ &c Flannels Flannelettes Blankets Wool Wraps Jackets A GASH BONUS of 5 per cent, on all Pur chases of 5s and over. COBAHGrO STORES. William Boot. ?BIME CHAFF PRIME TABLE POTATOES PRIME SEED OATS PEIME MAIZE. By Public Auction. Saturday, 8th July, at 3 o'clock, WITHOUT RESERVE. WILLIAM BOOT is favored with in Btruetioaa to sell by auction, as ibove , A Consignment of Prime Chaff, Pota toes, Maize, and Seed Oats, in Lots to suit Purchasers, No Keserve. On another Account— GOOD STAUNCH SADDLE HOESE, 5 years old. Grand Bail at Quaama EN AID OF BEGA HOSPITAL FUNDS. In the Lyceum Hall. ON THE EVENING OF JULY 21. GOOD MUSIC AND REFRESHMENTS. Charges for admission — Double Ticket 6s. Single Ticket 4s. On behalf of the committee— J. MOLONEY, Hon. Sec. N-S.W- Creamery But ter Co- Ltd A MEETING of Suppliers Trill be hold at the School of Arts on FRIDAY, 7th JULY, a...

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MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 July 1899

MOEUYA. (Fkoh our own Correspondent.) So I'm a blanky Atmanias, am i? Can't say that I deserve the oppro brious epithet anyway, seeing that I am not a member of Parliament, nor do I aspire to a position which is uni versally regarded as synonymous with the arb of prevarication. Certainly I once had thoughts of contesting the Deua River seat, but I have long since given up the idea, and decided to leave the Mountain electorate to the anti-billions Chris Johnson, who is anxious to explain to the electors why he voted against the Bill, and I am sure his phenomenal argumentative powers will be the meanB of winning the electors to his side, and pushing him in as their representative. Christie's object is to get into the House and defeat the resolution send ing the Constitution to the House of Commons and the Queen. Anyhow, Mr. Editor, should I ever justify your opinion of me, I will straight away to Quaama and contest the seat against Ajax. Sid Davis haB left for the Northern Rivera, and...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 July 1899

\ OUR JELEGRAM8. (Fsoit OWE Stdhkt Coshk^ponoent.) Sydney, Thnnday. Butter : dreamery and factory 10d; dairy 8d to 9d ; bacon fid to 8d; hams 8Jd to 9d; cheese 4Jd to 6}; fowls 2s 3d to 3a 6d; docks 3s to 3s 6d; eggs la to la fid. The Tasmanian Referendum will probably be taken on the 13th instant, and Queensland on 2nd September. Two brothers, Frank and Alex ander White started from Melbourne to cycle round tHe Australian ooast. The British footballers defeated Bnndaberg by 34 points to 4. The vote of censure in the New; Zealand House of Representatives has been defeated by 36 to 29. Considerable excitement in Ade laide mining circles over the discovery of a rich telluride find at Benbong, 400 miles north of Adelaide, A great rash has set in, and miles of country have been pegged out. The Rev. Arthur G. B. West, Ang lican clergyman, has been fined £10 at Adelaide for assaulting a man named J. S. Benjamin. Wilson, a miner at Mount Lyell mine, Tasmania, had bis. bead crushed to pulp ...

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THE DEAN OF SIDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 July 1899

THE DEAN OF SIDNEY. Oh Monday the Venerable Dean Sowper will enter upon his 90th birth lay. It is not too much to say that the Dean is the most venerable and :he most venerated clergyman in his ;ommunion. His long life has been spent in the service oi his Church, and tor over 40 years of the period he has iLied the office of Dean of Sydney. He was born in the colony, and has grown up with it, and it is given to Etw men to endear' themselves to the community in which they have lived is Dean Cowper has. He was born in Sydney in 1810, and at the time of the great statesman's death he was only six months younger than Mr. Gladstone. He took his first degree at Oxford exactly 66 years ago. His first appointment in the colony was at Porb Stephens, as chaplaip to the A. A. Company. Next, in 1856, he became principal of Moore Cellege. The Dean has vivid recollections of many interes ting facts in connection -with .^the early history of the colony. When he_ was nine years of age the foundatio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 July 1899

His cold not cnroa,bi«he»d on fire, - With^nMnfr*wKlBMea neat; t He ewore aliajeurped to TentTiUlr^' , Andi*vM 3nrt oolt«* tre*t j - . 'i. _Bat ab»iB*«mM^dHiklor^ooaI -^i: . TroojiigyypAliS^Wi^ii^^sS

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THIRD TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 July 1899

THIBD TEST MATCH The third Test Match, Jike the first, ended in an unsatisfactory way being abandoned on account of the rain. This takes much interest from an ac count of the play, but we will give our readers some particulars which may prove interesting as a record - of the relative merits of the two teams. The English team was somewhat changed, J. T. Brown {Yorkshire), Young (Essex), Lilley and Quaife (Warwickshire) and Briggs (Lanca shire), being included. Iredale, McLood and Johns stood out of the Australians. Darling won the toss, and Kelly and Worrall opened the batting to the bowling of Briggs and Hearne. The former was out for a duck, but Worrall played the bowling with confidence despite the fact that the wicket was soft. Noble succeeded Kelly but soon returned with a blob being smartly run out. Gregory next, touched a rising one from Hearne and Lilley held the catch. Three good wickets were now down for 24, all the runs being made by Worrall, who was playing a fine fearles...

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The Central Tilba Tennis Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 July 1899

The Central Tilba Tenuis Ball. In respoiue to a oourteonB invitation from the honorary secretary of the Central Tilba TenniB Club, a represen tative of this paper was present at a plain and fancy dress ball given in the Temperance Hall on Friday of last) week, the proceeds of which were to Le devoted to the purpose of liquidating the debt incurred in the cons; ruction of a new court by that club. . The hall was uncomfortably full, a circumetanoe no doubt highly gratifying to the pro moters, but which rendered dancing with any degree of pleasure an impos sibility. Central Tilba is such a con venient centre for entertainments of this character, that it seems surprising a-larger hall has not long Bince been provided, with a supper room attached. Amongst the crowd of guests were many fancy dresses which, with the exquisite evening costumes, formed a perfect vision of loveliness. There were visitors from all surrounding dis tricts. Messrs. J. Hardy and A; Dunn carried out the duties of M...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 July 1899

LOCAL AND GENEBAL NEWS At the recent Mudgee show com 3 ment was freely made on the fact that - not a single bottle or jar of fruit, 3 pickles, jam, jelly, or sauce had been 1 opened for judging. People profess to thick that without at least some of the 2 exhibits being tasted, they could not have been properly judged, and thf 3 Windsor Gazette agrees with this idi a 3 and has pointed out the necessity for f it on piany occasions. Appearances 3 are often deceiving, and this style oi jr j udging is ha> dly satisfactory to exhibi B tors. In tomato sauce this matter t reached its climax of absurdity, for out j of about 24 bottles of sauce only one bottle was of clear glass, and this was 1 not in the prize exhibit. The queB 3 tion arises—how could tomato sauce ■ be judged through dark glass bottles 5 without any bottles being opened ? t The captain of one of the north 3 coast boats was a humourist.in finance. 3 His boat often had to lie off " the bar" for hours. So when the " stand of...

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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, JULY 7, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 July 1899

Cjjmrick For the cause that laelc» assistance, For the tcrotigs that need reeistance, For the future m the distance, And the good that we can do. COBARGO , Friday, July 7, 1899. We have received a letter for publica- tion from a Yourie resident with reference to the transferance of the Yourie Receiving Office from the charge of Mr. Charles Gough to Mr John Joseph Sutherland. We have laid it down as a hard and fast rule that any local grievance of public in- terest, when we are seized of the facts shall be treated editorially ; and if not of sufficient importance to be so dealt with, it shall not occupy our column in any other form. Acting upon this policy—one peculiar to the Chronicle— we are of opinion, from all the facts before us, that there has been hole and corner work over the Yourie Receiving Office job, and we, in good faith, wil- lingly assume the responsibility of pro- bing the business to the very bottom, regardless of individuals or consecquen- ces. We know nobody, and w...

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The Uitlanders appeal to the Queen. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

The Uitlanders appeal to the Queen Mn. Aenold White discourses in the National Review on the coming crisis in the Transvaal. He insists that " the time has now come for the British Government either to act decisively in the terms of the Colonial Secretary's declaration, or to acquiesce In the re nunciatio not a suzerainty they are un able to define or unwilling to maintain." The occasion is the petition to the Qne-n, which has been signed by tweutyone thousand British subjects in the Transvaal, This is their case, as Mr. Whitivputs iti^—The petitioners, whose appeal tb their fellow-country men in now under consideration by the Government, are Buffering from that class of injury which-is the direct cause of every successful rebellion which has yet been made by people of our race. The chief burden of taxation is throwni upon their shoulders,. They are re.' fused by their Boer masters any share in its disposal. All ' representation is denied them. Elocution of their chil dren is withhe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

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AMY CASTLES. A RECORD " SEND-OFF." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

AMY CASTLES. A RECORD "-SEND-OFP." Ah event thst willbe long remem. bered'was tbe "aend-aff' given to Miss Amy Castles yesterday afternoon, lb was said .that probably; some 2000 people were turned away from St. Mary's Cathedral, where Miss Castles sang last Sunday, but probably twice that number failed to gain admission to 'the Town-hall matinee. At mid-day people congregated at the principal en trance, and long before the time for opening the doors an enormous crowd had formed. When the hall absorbed what it couid contain of this assem blage, the sale of tickets was stopped, and the doors closed. Outside, the people patiently remained for some time after the concert commenced. Within, tbe vestibule and ground .floor and gallery corridors encircling the hall were thronged with disappointed people. Many sought an entrance by tbe artUts' door,, and had to content them selves with. listening afar off from the ante-rooms. Among all these was a sprinkling of ticket-holders, who had come ...

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BOER FIGHTING QUALITIES. Some Great Victories. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

BOEE FIGHTING QUALITIES Some Great Victories South Africa has been the scene of many blood-stained battles since the days when Bartholomew . Dias first brought it under (lie notice of the people of Europe, and some of those in which the Boers have' taken part have been remarkable. The only compulsory subject in the Boer curri culum is straight shooting. The necessary qualifications to make the burghers expert rifle shots—a true eye and a steady hand—are partly inherited acd "partly due to the fre quent practice which their method of life entails.' Wild animals and wilder men at limes threaten the settlers on the veldt, while the question of break fast or no breakfast -frequently de pends on the'result of a rifle thot. As the Boer has no desire to lose his life, and does not wish to starve, ho soon learns bow to avoid both by shooting straight. This one qualification has stood him in good Btcad, as it very emphatically shown by the history of the Transvaal. From its settlement [ up t...

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CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

CHAPTER VI. After Ehe had I< ft the rose-garden at S.anmore, the girl, who was the last person to speak to poor Enid Margary in life, passed on like one in a dream. Her purpose was accomplished, and now it seemed as if nothing else mat tered. She was weak, too, from over-fatigue and long fasting; but for all that she plodded wearily along, as if her one anxiety were, to leave the lights of Stanmore behind her. It was eome time before she remem bered that she was still holding in her hand the diamond ring that Enid had forced on her. Then she fastened it round her neck by a piece of string, and concealed ib in the folds of her tagged dress. She might li&ve to use it as a last resource to keep her from starvation. She must have walked for miles, for it was qtiite dark when she found her self in the streets of Stanchester, the nearest town to Stamuore, and all the lamps were lit. She turned into a baker's shop, and the woman brought her bread and a glass of milk, and...

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