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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS. I (Ffiou ovr Sydney Correspondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Bettteb : Creamery and factory 1 Id, daily 9£ to 10d, cheese 4Jd to 6£d, bacon 5d to 8d, bams 8d to 9^c, eggs Is 4d, fowls 2s 3d to 4d, ducks 3s to 3s 6d. At the annual Orange celebration in the Town Hall last night the build ing was packed, and the proceedings passed off with great enthusiasm. No late cricket scores have come through owing to an interruption to the overland line. The football match New South Wales versus Queensland has ended in. a draw, the scores being 8 points each'. The Tuberculosis Oommibsion met yesterday; and the veterinary surgeons reported that they saw over 2000 inoculations in cattle conducted on the northern rivers with most satisfao tory result?, none dying. They thought, it would be wise to inoculate all herds ob the coast, but to confine the treat ment to young cattle. The sailing boat Daydawn was cap. sized off Moreton Bay and one occn. pant named Piizfield drowned. Another sailing ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

CHAPTER V. The court was crowded when the In quest was opened, for the dead girl had been beloved by high and low. There was not a womaifc.,but had wept over her untimely fate ;-not a man who did not long to avenge her. "Will Margarv was the first witness, for he had been one of the last persons to see liis -couEin alive. And a special interest attached to himt. for everyone knew that behadteen Enid's destined husband, and that she had been willing enough to assent to this arrangement until she met Captain Carew. There were many in the court that day who believed that he was the guilty man, and that he had killed his cousin in a fit of rage and jealousy.; But he told hisetory without any sign of guilt or heutation, and his manly bearing prejKJBsessed his hearers in his favor, until. those who had douhted him most began to be ashamed of their suspicions; He had last seen tho bride elect at five o'clock that afternoon. She'had 1< ft him, as she'said, to go and meet f er fia...

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

At Uie,Homebi^fet stock sale* on ■Mondtjf 8763 ^sheep amd^ 1368 uttje were offered ;valuejs for.sheap we$e firm/for cattlolow.er. ':

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

CHAPTER IV. Captain Carew's faiuticg-fit proved | bo obstinate that a doctor had to be summoned. They had carried him out of the church and laid him oa the grass out side, hoping that the fresh air would revive him. Hir two friends trie d all the remedies in their power, -whilst Will iMargary watched the unconscious ttum with a dark frown. The doctor brought powerful resto ratives, and very soon Gerald Carew was able to sit up and speak, although he still looked deathly pale and shivered as if with cold. ThejSret thing he did was to beckon Will Margary to come nearer. • Tell ma,' he gasped, * this—this horror. When did it happen V ' Last ni^ht. She did not appear at dinner, nor was she in her room, so a search was ins'ituled. After a fruit less hunt she was at last found lying on the high road just outside the gates of Sfaninore—dead. The weapon with' which the murder was committed, a thick stick, was lying beside her as if the murderer had thrown it away be fore faking to flight. B...

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" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

" Evil to him who evil think*." THEY SAT; Tbat £srl^fie8aefauBp teaches a Sunday School class, at St. James*, Sydney; and That, what the Governor does from' high principle, B number of the very " naicest" people trill emulate from a spirit of grovel. That.Trifle Mr. Atychael Qartl&nd, on Saturday, last, was leaving the steamer at • Bermagui, he accidently rail over the sang* way tod got all wet ;. That the1 WandslfaL Criofcetera' halt to night will he even §, grfcater success than at first anticipated. _ That of all the gr£at gala days Bermagui has had the occasion of the launching of the new vessel will betbe greatest; and That our sea-side if rienda should try and secure the benefit of a public holiday. .That althoiUeh the Sam's Creek (school has been formally occupied, the once con templated {ricnic to the children should not be abandoned. That a Glee Club 1b being organised in Cobargo, and judging by the Tecent school entertaiiuhent, there js plenty of . good material to...

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Miss Margary's Murder CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

Miss Margary's Murder CHAPTER III. When I heard of it it was too late to prevent your going to the cliurch, bo I myself drove here aa fast as 1 ... jcould. The poor father cannot think of a plan—anything. He is prostrate with grief.' 4 But I can't believe it,' Sir An thony cried, incredulously. ' Poor girl 1 I saw her yesterday morning as fresh and blooming as a rose.' • It is true; by what hand it will be for the law of our country to determine. Enid was foully murdered last night!' ' Murdered !' Sir Anthony echoed, j But Gerald Carew did not speak. With a gasp of horror, a -wild cry, he fell senseless before the altar where he awaited his bride.

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COBABGO SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

COBABGO SCHOOL OP ABTS The Annual General Meeting of thi School of Arts, called for the purpoai of nominating candidates for the severe offices and seats on (he Committee was held on Tuesday last, The presi dent, Mr- H. J. Street presided, ant the following members were in atten dance:—Messrs, G. Martin, W Meaker, M. Pike, P, Wilson, G. Csmp bell, E. Graham, W. Chambers, 1) Henry, T. Kennelly (Hon. Sec). 8. I Ward, W. Boot. The minutes of*th last annual general meeting were rea and confirmed. The following nominations were r< ceived: President, Messrs. Hr » Street and F. G. Roberts; Vice-Pret dent, T. J. Tarlinton, F. O Robert H. J. Street; Treasurer, S. P. Wai and W. Boot. Committee of sevei P. Wilson, G. Campbell, W. Chancer J, Graham. D. Henry, W. Boot, ft. i Street, F. G. Roberts, T. J. Tarlinto S. P. ward, J. T. Keating, E. Grahat Dr. Meeke, Rev. P. Kenny, Rev. J Walker, J. Sawtell, G. Martin, J. ! O'Reilly; auditors, M. 0:Reilly ai S. P. Ward, (elected unopposed). F...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

osraos SERVICES. BIVINE SERVICES will be conducted in the diBtriet jia follows :— * • ROMAN .CATHOLIC. S£ub oelebrated atfi.30 a.iB, autl IMo a.m. every Sunday at Cobargo. > Uvening devotion every Sunday at <.30 p-m* P. KENNY. CHCBCH OF EUGIjAND. July 16—Cobargo 11; Eornmgui 2.30; Tilbs7.30. • -A G. SOATIES. _ WESLEY AN. , II. WALKER.

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

BEBHAGUL (From oub own corbesP^ndknt] Youb reference to your Moruya c respondent, that he could do a cola weekly on bis hf-ad when many otl failed to come to the scratch, has mi me think it is about time I' made effort to do a bit—well, if not " on 'ed,' then on some other part of anatomy. I feel that this, the port several of the most important distr on the South Coast, deserves bel press representation than it hashithi received. I am aware that it is no ft of the Chronicle that Bermagui has had justice in this respect for columns I know, are always open district wants. I will in the fufc try and send you any news of gen interest. Some months ago the trustees ef Bermagui cemetery, backed by Progress Committee, made applical for a grant of £60, for the purpose fencing and clearing the land. A the laps*- of several mouths, the 1 gress Committee received informal that £30 had been granted, and questing 'hat body to appoint tl gentlemen from the general true to see i hut the work was p...

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

SPECIAL CLEARING #;CASH SALE. —OF— WINTER DEAPERY 4*444444444444444+4444444444444444444444444*44444+444 Flannels. Capes Flannelettes Overcoats Blankets Rugs Wool Wraps Dress Goods Jackets Trimmings, &c„ &c. A CASH BONUS of 5 per cent, orrall Pur chases of 5s and over. COBARGO STORES, Grand Ball at Quaama, IN AID OF BEGA HOSPITAL FUNDS. In the Lyceum Hall. ON THE EVENING OF JULY 21. GOOD MUSIC AND EEFRESHMENTS. Charges for admiBBion — Double Ticket 5s. Single Ticket 4s. On behalf of the committee— J. MOLONEY, Hon. Sec. MORUYA TO EDEN. JAS. AVERILI/S LINE OF COACHES RUN DAILY TO AND FROM MORUYA AND EDEN. Passengers and ParcelB taken at the very lowest rates. Comfortable Coaches, good horses, and steady drivers. . BOOKING OFFICES: Cobargo—Aus tralian Stores ; Bega—Gub. Arnold; Moraja—J, Averill. Wandella Cricket Club. Will be held at WANDELiLiA ON FRIDAY, 14TH JULY, 1899. IN MB. J). H. TIMB'S BOOM (Kindly lent by that Gentleman). «®-GOOD MUSIC — REFRESHMENTS. TICKETS—4/...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. I d.iys of <hs i pay of 1 sm | «nn i Maon wwk. | Month | kiees J f etfi | k«es fiuday 8atuhi<at .cukd vv mohdax tuesday i ■w'dnkfd y | « tho180.jy i „

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

COBARGO HOTEL. EVEEYTHINB AS St 0T7QSTT0 SB.; EXTENSIVE STABL1NC. EXPERIENCED CROOM. imt (filial. COBARGO. f. T. KEATINCc Proprietor. J. T. Keating bM mnc'1 plpasnre in ii forming the residents of COBARGO and Surrounding Di«cr cts that he has taken over the above well-known Hotel, and hopes by keeping tlie BEST BBANDS of WINES, SPIBlTri, ALES, etc., to merit a fair efaaro of support. SPECIAL ATTENTION will bo paid to the wants.of Commercial and other Travel (ere. 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 JEtOOMA, BODALLA and NERKIGUNDAH ■DIfiTBICTS that his Hotel pOEsesses nil the. comfoitg ofa home, while good borce feed and stabe accommodation ore made speciali ties of the establishment The Cental H°tel, BEGA. tJader Saw BXanggeaxaat. [I.Rtp oflbe Ocean View Hotel,. Tatlirn,]) BEGS to remind VISITORS .to BEGA that they will find the OENTKAL offers Special idvanta...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

LOGAL AND GENEBAIt NEWS. J The following team basl>6eii chosen to represent Dry River in the Football match on Satnrd^jiiejtfc atCobargo Forwiirdi.%i/lijgao, C. PluOib, <J, T^;F. mmJ CK Im&ip$ wioft. forwards: J. Boyd and " E. . Hyl&nd ; balf-imclrs: W. and L. S'aunton j : W.JD: Tadintcm, W. Wk acknowledge tfie receipt of # p.oir.plimontaij ticfcetfor tlio Wandclla crickf-tcrs' ball to be ht-ld this evfenirig. Mr. L Bedford, who has been ap pointed to the charge of Sam'a Creek School, rec ntfy established, arrived last week and has entered' vpoa his duties. Tug following team has been chosen to represent Gobargo on Saturday next against Dry River on thelocal ground .: Forwards: Bead man (centre), Quin livap, Dunsmore, Jones, E. G. Cullen, Sal way and \\ ilaon ; wing-forwards : Storman andSawteli: three-quarters: OToole, Roberts and Annetta; .halves.: Gourlay and G. Henry; full-back: Morris. Emergencies : Weber, "Whit taker and Perry. The frequency with ...

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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 con do. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

Clrrankk. jfor the cause that lacks assistance, For the Kfdngt that ne*d resistance, For the future n» the distance, And the good that we con do. cobi&qo, fbidat, Jul* 14, 1699. The insane and lying fulnrinfttioris of the Rev. Gkoeq* Gxadstoxk (O.E.); of Nathalia, against ,, the innocent amusement danping, seems to have received store notice outside the " one horse" provincial Victorian town than each idiotic ravings called for. It seems to have been a case where the big brother or irate husband should simply have ducked the parson in' the nearest pond or sawer. Unlike most country journals this paper treated the rev. gentleman's (1) vile lying slanders and inuendos with the contemptuous sflenoe they merited, feeding that to' print them would only make ns a party to the dissemination, of mali cious falsehoods. To the credit of the clergy, be it said, they did not, as a Tule, endorse the reckless statements of. their Nathalia brother, while some at least, publicly disclaimed ...

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

"■"WOUNDED by Mr! Welch one Brown '-"A■-!; Bone, biud^H6«rerHiiaar shoul der. "iJf not rrtwinnrt willfbeaoldiiB fche8rd dayof August. Impounded at Cobmgo on llthJnly by ord® «® T. J. Tarluiton, ol Harira, Tro Spotted Heifers, ooiyMliU brands.,- If not released >*ill be'idfl on Oil

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Results of Australian Eleven Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

Results of Australian Eleven Matches. SouthofJSng!an&—Snsrn. Scores: JSonth of Ext^and, 846 an4>222; Australians, 373 ua 1 wickat Essex.—Lost W 126"rtms. Boons: Esses, 1W ndlMf AudirUitu. lMudTS. . Surrey.—Won by an innings%ad71 runs. Scores i Surrey, 114 hud 64* Australians,^. An English Eloren.—Won br 171 runs. Score*: Australians, 82S and227; EngjtHhniwi. 171 Hfl 107; Yorkshire.—rAbandoned. Wei weather. Lancaahire,-W6n fey an innings and 84 rune. Scores: Lancashire 102and8L{ Australians,267. Oxford.—Drawn. Sooreet Australians, 308, and 4 for 860: Oxford S4L v. A1 England {Test.—Drawn. Englishmen. 163 anO ' jor 155; Anstralius, S9, 'and closed with 8 forl-nOL " * " ' Atarylebone.—Wonby 8 wickets. Scores: Mary, lebone 242 and 290; Australians 3% and 3 for 124. Oasnbridire.—Won by 10 wickets. Scores: Cam bridge 1st, 436 and 1221 Australians -436 and 123 for nowloketa. • Yorkshire.—Drawn* Scores: Australians 141 and41S{ Yorkshire235ana7forlB6. England.—Won by 10 widketa, f...

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IMPROVING BREEDS OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

IMPROVING BREEDS OF HORSES. A correspondent styling himself " Arab," has been writing a series of articles on the improvement of horse flesh. In one of these he remarks :— Besides the Indian market there is no reason why, if horse-breeding were es tablished on correct lines, Australia should not command the European markets; we can raise horses sounder, cheaper and better than in Europe. The long voyage could be got over if the supply was ample enough. Joint Stock companies could arrange to have depots on the steamer routes, where each consignment should be Bent ashore to spell, taking in {he «previous consignment which had been spelled. The voyage would thus be broken, and the horses Buffer less harm through this shortening of the spells on shipboard; and it need not add very considerably to the expense of transit, providing large numbers were being dealt with. The possibilities of the trade are great and of immense importance to the col. OD.ie&, fi mm dally and otherwise. ...

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An Affecting Scene. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

An Affeoting Scene At the Vienna General Hospital, a much-esteemed Nienna surgeon, Dr. Franc Katie, lay at the point of death anxiously awaiting his bride. Dr. Kaiis, still a young man, had betn betrothed some time previously to the lady, a Fraulein Ebert, formerly his housekeeper. She had nursed him last year through a severe attack of diphtheria with such devotion and self-sacrifioe that gratitude and admir atioa moved him to propose to her. Although the Isdy was of simple birth, and though ia case of such marriage, his family would lose a considerable fortune, they offered no objection to the union. Unfortunately a serious I attack of inflammation of the lungs, | which confined him for months to bed, followed the diplitheria, and prevented Dr. Kaiis from carrying out his intention of marriage. A few dayB ago he was carried, by his own wish, to the hospital, where he grew so rapidly -worse that he felt his end approaching. He then begged his medical colleagues in the hospital to h...

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The First Test Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

The First Test Hatch With the exception of the Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail, none of the great London dbilies gave the Australians anything like proper credit for their excellent achievement in the first test match at Nottingham. The Daily Mail of June 5 publishes the following comments on the game, written by the cpecial representative of the Sydney Eveiiiny News with the team :—" The Australians certainly gained a moral victory; 110 strictly impartial observer of the play coold arrive at any other conclusion. The first test match means a fair fight to a finish, but with the three days' limit fixed it is quite possible that not one of the five great straggles for supre macy which the colonials have come so far to decide will have a conclusive ending. On a wet wicket, to be sure, a game might be decided in one day, but a test match played under such conditions—conditions which put tcien tific cricket ont of the question—would prsve nothing. It might show, indeed that on a vet ...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. Tbe English Bewspapers regard the scheme formulated, by tbe Yolks? raad &b obscure,. and the proposed reforms more. apparent than real. Tbe Queensland forces have volun teered for service in the Transvaal. In consequence of the. poor results-' of the Peace Conference, the Crar's confidence in Cotrat Muravieff, his Foreign Minister, has been shaken. M. Clemenoeau is publishing painfal details of tbe tortures inflicted on Dreyfus, at Devil's Island. Colonel Picquart has refused to sc. cept a golden sword of honor, offered by his admirers ill Buda-Pesth. As a. reason for his refusal of the sword of honor, Colonel Picquart said that he had only done his duty in regard to the Dreyfus case. Reports from the country told of splendid rain in thejnterior. Condobolin, Narrabri, Tangie, and Walgett have had fine rains; on tbe north coast, tbe fall has been so great that floods are feared. The severe weather on the coast has sadly interfered with shipping; on Monday the s...

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