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Touching scene between Dreyfus and his wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 September 1899

Touching scene between Dreyfus and his wife "New York, July 2—A 'World' -cable from Henries says—From rela tives and friends' of Mme Dreyfus I have obtained details of her .interview with Tier husband yesterday. When the cell.dooropened for Mme. Dreyfus and her companion, Mme. Ha vet, the captain of the gnaxd was ordered to witcess and hear .'everything. Mme. Dreyfas flew to her hiwband with the single piercing <*y, 'Alfred! She clasped him in her ) arms. Dreyfus made xio answer, - no step forward! He remained paasiveVin hpr embmce, looking down on ^beiheadlof Ids wife sobbing against his breast. There was still between them a barrier of four ye*™ of exile And agony saoh as per haps no other living man has endured. While pushing his wife back gently to look at her face, Dreyfus said: « Well, yes, I am here. I am not much better than a corpse, but here I am.' ' He then walked away without; kissing her. He began to pace up and j down his cell, his hands behind his back. He ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Gem Place of Killarney. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 September 1899

The Gem Place of Killarney. [ One of the chief attractions of KiUap ney Lakes, now unhappily lost to the Irish nation through their purchase by a private speculator, is Muckross CaBtle. A number of papers have attempted the beauties of this historio shrine, but all have signally failed. The Castle crowns the Isle of Boss on the lower Lake of Killarney, and is a square fortified ruin, standing Oh fe high rock, which is surrounded by richly cultivated fields. The Castle precincts have been converted into a fair garden, which adds another beauty to the chosen spot, and is a grateful contrast to the grim ruins which frown above it. The founder of the Castle was one of the chiefs of the race of O'Donoghues, around whom centre, many picturesque traditions* The window is still pointed oat by the simple iolk of County Kerry, from which he leapt into the Lake when he took possession of his new domain beneath the waters in exchange for hia estates on dry land, and this is the legend of his le...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dry River v. Centrilba, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 September 1899

Dry River v- Centrilba, This match was looked forward to with much interest, but it was Gen trilba's day out, Dry River being beaten by 13 to 3. The viators, being one abort, played Storman, while their op ponents mustered their strongest fif teen. Both teams seemed confident from the start and at times some splen did play was shown, especially by W. and E. Boyd, and Schomberg for Dry River, and Livingstone, Knight and McCarrou for Oentrilba. E. L. O'Toole acted as referee and satisfied all con cerned. Boyd won the toss from Liv ingstone and defended the northern goal. Tiba kicked off and soon had the ball in the visitors 25, Knight shortly after wards smartly scoring, Nelson failing to convert. Dropping out Tilba's for wards worked the ball over the line and Dry River forced. In play again the ball was taken to centre, where a smart piece of passing to Bate gave him his chance, which he accepted scoring a good try, the kick for goal going wide. Back in play a free was given Dry Riv...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUTTER FOR EXPORT. Suggestions to Agricultural Societies(From Mr. O'Callaghan Government Dairy Expert.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 September 1899

BUTTEB FOE EXPORT Suggestions to Agricultural Societies (From Mr. O'Callaghan Government Dairy Expert.) The following letter was read at the last meeting of the A. P. & H. Society, yidas the suggestions -will be con sidered at a future meeting we print for general information:— Department of Mines and Agriculture, Sydney, 14th August, 1899. Sir,—I am directed by the Secretary for Mines and Agriculture to invite your atten tion to suggestions made by Mr. O'Cal laghan, Dairy Expert to this department, that in all the chief dairying centres Agri cultural Societies should give increased at tention to encourage the manufacture of butter of good keeping quality—suitable for export pnrooseB—by means of special prizes in this section. Mr. O'Callaghan reports:—" By the sys tem under which prizes are now given for butter at Shows, it frequently happens that no one gains much benefit beyond the one exhibitor who gets the money t the educa tive part is overlooked.^ The prosperity of our...

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A True-Born Briton. (From the Bnlletiu.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 September 1899

A True-Born Briton. (Fronthe BnUetiu.) Sta^d forward, John Norton) formerly I Heron, never Newton; editor and proprietor of Truth newspaper; transit commissioner and alderman of the city of Sydney; member of the Parliament of New South Wales; influential press man and politician; linguisb and mas ter of bad ^language; denouncer of " Tattereall," "Tooth," and "Toohey," but never (on your Oath) blackmailer; hero of squalid amours, deserter of the heroines, but) never, (on your Honor) anything worse; drunkard aforetime, but for eighteen months (on your Thirst) as sober as any of the Judges who have acquitted you ; exposer (0 Sacred Boomerang I) of concupiscent politicians and lecherous Governors (Holy Platypus 1 aid us and defend us !); champion of public vir tue, guardian of the public morals, jealous pillar of the Church of England,1 typical true-born Briton—Btand for ward 1 Yes, typical Briton! though you may exaggerate the type. You have valiantly lusted, canted, and fought; and lo...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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A STATE BANK. (Formerly branch manager in the Bank of New South Wales and Town & Country Bank (S.A.) PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 September 1899

A STATE BANK. By William Book (Formerly branch manager in the Bank of New South Wale* and Town & Country Bank (8, A.) PART I. At the time of the 1898 general elec tion, at which I was a candidate i for the Beg* seat, at the request of a number of the Bega electors I pro mised to return at some convenient season and deliver a leature on the State Bank question. I mast admit I made this promise somewhat thought lessly andjwi thou t due regard orestimate of what it involved for I had never be fore attempted to lecture on any sub ject. Certainly I bad made a few electioneering speeches, but there is a marked difference between this sort of stump oratory where one is naturally and very properly allowed a certain amount of latitude, and moreover, is encouraged by the approving plaudits of his supporters; and when even the interruptions of those in opposition spur him on to greater effort. For several reasons I have not been able to carry out my promise, and as the chances of doing...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 September 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. • D.'Yb of ; ha I Dftj nf I Pnn l »\on I Moon J Wwk. | Monthj RiBB" | 'ctB 1 Rirea ffijday j Sep 1 J 6 14 J 5 37 J 3 48 FatcbpaY I „ 2 | 6 12 i 5 88 ( 4 24 Mjbpa* 1 n ® I 6 10 j 5 88 f-• 4 06 Mux DA* j „ 4 | 3 I 6 39 j '5 26 Tcmdav I 5 j 6 8 i 5 40 j 5 65 \l DSBfot In 6 6 7 j C 40 I 6 23 Thursday I „ 7 I 6 5 1 ' 5 411 6 52

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 September 1899

COBAROO HOTEL. OTsynmrtt as it wrem to be. iXTENSlYE 8TABLIN6. 4 ; fXPEBIENOED CROOW. CQBAftGO.. Proprietor. 'Surrounding Diftr ptB^Cbsfhe hag taken over iheabove well-known Hotel, «sd hopes by Steeping the BEST BRANDS of WINES, 8fIBlT8, ATiE8, etc., to merit « Air share otsapport. BPfifcUL AITENTTON -will be paid to fte wants of Commercial and other Travel lers. Commodious Sample Booms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent .groom in attendance. J. T. TC. begs to announce foT the bene fit of visitors from the TILBA, NOO BOOMA, BODALLA and NKBEIOONDAH JBl6TB3CaP6 that tie Hotel possesses nil the 'comforts of a home, while good bene feed and gtabe acccto modatiob sue made speciali ties ef the establishment. fThe Central H°tel, BEGA, Vadwr flew fiXa&sgMfts&t. IIS. ElFTER BEGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA •that they will find the OENTBAL offers Speciil Advantages, being furnished ■throughout with a t-'PECIA-L BKGARD TO 'COMFOEI, and with all modern conve-1 niences The B...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 September 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. On Friday last Master Tom O'Reilly dislocated his ankle while playing foot ball. The enforced retirement of a few weeks is against Tom's energetic temperament. According to the latest live stock quotations best bullocks made up to £8, good from £7/5. The market for pigs was active and best brought up to 48/; porkers irom 27/6, good 22/- to 17/6. In answer to the many kind inquiries about the condition of Dr. Boot of Mo roya, who is serioasly ill, we may say that there is no improvement, and his medical attendant holdB out little or ho hope of recovery. He is now in his 86th year. After the lapse of a few weeks consequent upon the recent wet wea ther, the Town Band played out on Saturday last, and we think they never showed to better advantage. We con. gratnlate bandmaster John Martin and his merry men on the marked improve ment in their playing. In common with other roads the Yourie highway is in a bad state of repair. After making every allow, ance for the e...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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, SEPTEMBER 1,1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 September 1899

CIjOTttk 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. Cobaeoo, Friday, September 1,1899. It is not an unusual occurrence for an hospital patient to succumb to the ravages of typhoid, and it also fre quently li&ppena that patients recover. Skilful medical treatment and careful and experienced nuning are She contributing forces to the latter happy result Again, it is not a Surprising thing that occasionally friends of an unfortuflate patient should make inquiries into the treat ment at the publicly supported and State subsidised hospital. Same people are so very suspicious even of doctors and nurses. And perhaps it is not an unmixed evil that inquisi tive people should pefco—thtir &OBes into the management of the hospital and kindred institutions. It serves to remind the local people who control these things that they are not a law onto themselves, but are responsible to Departmen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 1 September 1899

William Boot Saturday 2nd Sept. FOE POSITIVE SALE BY AUG TION AT 2 p.m. SHARP Prime Chaff Table Potatoes „ Oats. Seed Potatoes Swede Turnips ILLIAM BOOT is favored with instructions to sell as above Saturday, 2nd Sept. Terms at Sale. THANKS THE undersigned desires to thank tlae neighbors who showed him so much kindness during his recent illness. WILLIAM MEAKER. T. BEADMAN, Hairdresser. Cobargo WILL BE ABSENT FBOM THE 2nd TO THE 9th INSTANT WANTED A TEAM to draw 1600ft Flooring Boards from Bermagui to Nerrigun dah.—Apply to Mr. H. J. Street for parti WRIGHTSON & GUEST. CAUTION. ALL STOCK TRESPASSING on my property at Yourie, known as "Bob's Orchard,' will be impounded and owners sued for damages. CHARLES GOUGH. NOTICE. THE undersigned has for HIRE a Staunch Single Buggy Horse and Comfortable Single Buggy, Also Saddle Horses. A. D. BURNS. flit*, F. G. fleady, Dentist, —WILL VISIT— OOBABQ-O —ON— 1st to the 5th September. Department of Public Works, N.S.W., Roads Ofice, Bega, 28...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

0STOOB SERVICES. 1> I VINE SERVICES will be conducted in the district as follows:— BOMiN CATHOLIC. Man celebrated at 8.30 a.m. and 11.15 a.m. . every Sunday at Cobargo. Evening •devotion every Sunday at 7.30 v.m. P. KENNY. CEPBCH Of EKQLAND. .SeptanbBr 10—Wftndella IX; Qnaaina 2.S0; Cobsrffo 1.30, G. SOAEES. WE6LETAN. September 10—Cob»rgo IX Bsrmagni (3): Central Til ba 7.30. * M. WALKER.

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TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

TILBA TILBA. (From ode ovfn correspondent.) The annual general meeting of the Tilba C. 0. was held at William's Hotel last Saturday evening, there being a good number present. The secretary's report disclosed the fact tbat the first grade team had ' twelve matches, 10 of which were won (in cluding a forfeit from Cobargo) 1 drawn and only 1 lost, scoring 52J points oat of 8 possible 60, and thus winning the medals'offered for com petition by the Association. A very great improvement was noticed in the averages all round, this being probably due to the fact tbat four matches were played with each olub instead of two as previously, players being able to keep in form. W. Boxsell has the fine Average of 40 for 12 innings, bung . Jour tames not outy his highest soon being 100 hofc out, madeat the «x pense of the Dry River team. E. Boxsell comes next with 27*7 for 13 inning!), four times not out; A. Fer guson 22 for 11 innings; C. Hobbes 18 for 11; D. Robs 12 for 13; R. Boxsell 10 for 10 j...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (From our Sydney Correspondent.) ?. Sydney, Thursday, j Bottkr, oreamery and factory lOd, dairy-8Jd to 9d,. bacon 4£d to 7Jd, liamB 7Jd to 9|d, cheese 4Jd to 6£d, fowls 2s Cd to 3s 6d, dnckB 3a to 4s, eggs ,6§d to 7d. . A big smash occurred at the Moonee Valley races yesterday. Two jockeys, Williamson and Howie were badly injured. In the Victorian Legislature the Council rejected the Woman's Suffrage Bill by a large majority. The latest Queensland referendum returns are: YeB, 34,641 ; No, 28,886. When the House met last night the Speaker ruled Mr. Wilks' amendment in order. The debate was continued by Mr. Hose followed by Mr. McGowen, who officially announced the intention of the Labor Party to vote against the Government. The decision of the Party was not in a revengeful spirit, but they could not condone the Neild matter. Mr. McGowen paid a high compliment to the splendid manner in which the Ministry had conducted the affairs of the colony. Mr. Neild vigorously defen...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

Cobargo SCHOOL OF ARTS. THE tisnal monthly Committee meeting will be held on TUESDAY, EVEft INGNEXT, at 8 o'clock. ' " THOS. KENNELLY, Hon. Sec.

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THE TRANSVAAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

THE TEANSVAAL. The latest intelligence from the Trans vaal shows that the situation has again become critical. The arrest of Mr. Pakotnan, the editor of the Transvaal Lead'r, a Uitlander organ, on a charge of high treason, created an immense sensation. The public prosecutor states that the charge is likely to be reduccd to a preBS offence. Warrants were issued against over 100 of the leaders among the TJitlandere, some of whom have managed to make their es cape. The actioa of the authorities in taking these decisive steps has caused a general panic in Johannesburg. The excitement has been accentuated by the fact that terrible distress prevails throughout the city. Food is exceed ingly difficult to procure, and supplies are altogether Inadequate to the de mand. What little there is available is liable to be commandeered by the Transvaal authorities, in order that the troops may have sufficient shrtild war be declared. Men, women, and chil dren are leaving Johannesburg in large number...

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A WOMAN'S FIGHT WITH A SNAKE. "Can that be a snake!" [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

BNiKE. "Gah that fas a snake'}'' ' I It ttas & snake—one of the deadliest in the whole African continent; and it was crawling in at the window betides which Mrs. Sayi« lay ill and almost helpless upon a rade makeshift conch, with her baby beside lier. Even as a girl she had alwaysbacl a great horror of serpents, and when she became the wife of an African mis sionary, and went ont to the "Park Continent" with her husband, her ill-fortune sent her to a small mission station on the lower Zambesi, where the whole country was literally creep ing with poisonous snakes. One glance at the hideous creature that was gliding towards her through the open window was enough to show her that this time she had little chance of escape. She had seen too often that flat, lozenge-shaped head, that strangely-marked neck, and those irre gular patches of color, scattered like blots over the scaly skin, not to recog nise at once the terrible mambd of South Africa, fiercest and deadliest of all trop...

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A STATE BANK. (Formerly branch manager in the Bank of New South 'Wales and Town & Country Bank (S.A.) PART II. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

A STATE BANC By William Boot. (Formerly branch manager in the Bank of New South 'Wales and Town & Country Bank (S.A.) PART II. Op course, in the event of the owners turning up at any time, they must get their money. I do not think it necessary to refer particularly to the ; Bank crash of 1893, for I doubt not that many people have painful recol lections cf that memorable event. I was a Bt'ong advocate of a State Bank years before any of the Banks closed their doors, and the :93 crisis only served to accentuate, aa it were, the necessity for such an institution. Now, I do not say for one moment that banking criees are peculiar only to New South Wales or any part of Australia, for it is admitted by the greatest authorities that the Austra lian banks are amongst the best managed institutions in the world; and New South Welshmen, in parti cular, should feel proud of those noble Joint Stock Companies—the Bank of New South Wales, and the Commer cial Bank of Sydney. Bank criees hav...

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NOTES FROM QUAAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

NOTES FROM QUAAMA. (Br Ajax.) Mt few remarks about the trustees have had a good effect, inasmuch as the pavilion is completed, and tenders called and accepted for partly fencing the recreation reserve, Mr. M. Hyland being the successful tenderer at 4s lOd per rod. The cricketers .hold their annual banquet on Saturday, when all trophies will be presented. It is just about time a meeting was held to reorganise the club and get into form for the ensuing season. If the young men are as-slow at everything as they are at starting the club this year, they will be .too lslte for the: resurrection. As a beginning it is proposed to play a scratch match, married v. single. Our tennis players are anxious to try .conclusions w|th any of the neigh boring clubs Oonsideriqj the short time the club has b'sen formed here, the young men have made graat pro] gresa in the game—-bub are hardly as good as their own opinion of their play. " ' - At the last Progress Committee meeting it.-was decided to writ...

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The Advancement of the Aborigine. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

The Advancement of the Aborigine. There is hope (or the blackfellow Btill, for, to judge from a couple of matters before the Aborigines' Pro tection Board on Thursday, he is in more reispecta than one advancing in the sdale of civilisation. In » report on the public tchool for aborigine! at Grafton—where, apparently, the color line has not yet been drawn, for white children also attend—it was set forth that' dark children work wiih vigor, and in mechanical subjects surpassed the white children. The writing of the aboriginal children was a special feature.' In partial. corroboration of this, the district inspector forwarded the copy book of an aboriginal girl' whose right hand is paralysed, and who has therefore to use the left. The specimen has been seen by the Minister for Fnblic Instruction, who has expressed his official admiration Tbe other piece of evidence a« to ad vancement oame Foister, where the aborigines recently dpc'ined to accep tbe ra< ion sugar, on the alle...

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