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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

WANTED. ISMaVt BOY as aporentice to tfcV printing trade, " CHRONICLE " Office. NOTICE. IlL STOCK found TRESPASSING on my l'ADDOCKS after TBI'S DATS will be IMPOUNDED. JACOB HENEY. Cobarge, IStli Ncre-nbcr, 1698. Preliminary Notice. SN* ENTERTAINMENT hi aid of the funds of tlie COBABGO TOWN BAND will be held on the night of the 26tU JANUARY NEXT. MR. F. G. HEADY, SUKGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTIST, OARP-ETREET, SEOUL, WILL VISIT COBARGO AT BEGOLAU PERIODS. Sates Will Bs Dwiy ^dvcrclsEi. BOOTMAKI^G. J. loot and Shoemaker, COBARCO. T. J. \V. wishea to inform the POBLIC of COBABGO and District tbat ALL \VOKK entrusted to him will be exe-uted'viith caie, and in tbe m^king-up oa'y the BEST MATERIALS will be used. AT tbe above Establishment all QRDEBS will meet with strict attention, and goods -will be made up with tbe th promptness consistent with careful wor manship. 99* Repairing a Specialty. feU Ktim I GUEST, Contractors & Builders «- ESTIMATES OP ALL WOBK GIVEN OOBAEG-O, CLEANING...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMALL DEBTS COURT. COBABGO, 11TH NOVEMBER, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

SMALL DEBTS COUBT. COBABGO, llTH NOVEMDEB, 1896. Before Mr. F. B. Hales, P.M. F. G. Roberts v. B. Crosby. Goods sold, £15 Is 5d, Verdict) for plain tiff with costs. Lever Bros. v. H. Guthrie. Goods sold £5 3b 2d. No appearance of parties. Case struck out.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

POST OFFICE HOTEL, COBARGO. J, Proprietor J- T. Keating l~ns murh pleasure in i formit<(! >h« io-iJfdts ol COHAHGO and MiTrr-nniUns D jtr i ts that Ue tins t*ken over ihenticre well-known Hoi»). nml ho(«s bj keeping Ilia HEST BHANDS if AVINE SPIRIT*, ALES, ctc., to merit a lair nhaie of support. SPECIAL All EN'TION will be raM'to 4he wants of Comtueivial anil other Travel iers, Uoamoiiious Sample Rooms available. GOOD f-TABLTNG and a competent groom in dlfaadance. J. T. K. begs to anroance for tlio bene fit of tisitots fi<mtl U\e TILRA. KOO BO )HA. KODALLAMid NEKKIGUKDAH DITI'KICl'jj that h's Hotel po£SPf6ea nil the coinfmts of a home, while good horse feed 'end s'abe accommodation ere made speciali ties sf the establishment. Mil HOTEL, Bermagui. D. DUNS MORE BPGS to, ;.rJBrt6UHce to the ' reii dehts of CV A go'and the Surrounding Dis tiiits that he has taken the above Hotel, anil trns^ that by keeping nothing but tbe BE8T BRANDS of ALES, SPIRITS, oto., in s...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

Proprietor. J- T. Keating has much plmsure in icforming the residents of COBAltGO and Surround in(t Distr cts that he has taken over the above well-known Hotel. ond bnpps t»y keeping the BEST BBANDS of WINEti, Sl'iniTS, ALES, etc., to merit a fair share of support. SPECIAL AlTEHlI&if will be r«'d "to the wants of Commercial and other Travel lers. Commodious SumpleRooms available. GOOD STAB LI KG and a compotenl groom in attendance. J. T. K. begs to annotnce for the bene fit of visitors from the TILBA. KO0 UOOMA. HODALLAand NliKHIGUNDAH Dl'l'TBICTS that h's Hotel pocsetses nil the comforta of a home, while good horse feed and slahe accommodation arc jundo speciali ties of the establishment. S9T1L I IT El Bermagui. dents of Co!>a*go and the Surrounding Dis tricts that be has taken the above Hotel, and trusts tbat by keeping nothing tut the BB8T BRANDS of ALBS, 8PIUI18, etc., in stock, conpled with civility and attention lo patrone to merits fair share of support. Visitors w...

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WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

WOMAN. WOMAN was not taken from the head of man, that she should rule over him.   Nor from his feet, that be should   trample upon her. But from his side, that she might be his equal. From under his arm, that he might protect her. From near his heart, that he might love her. A delinquent husband was thus ad- vertised for in an American newspaper by his loving spouse :—'Lost, strayed,   or stolen, an individual whom, in an unguarded moment of loneliness, I was thoughtless enough to adopt as my husband. He is a good-looking and feeble individual, knowing enough however, to go in when it rains, unless some good-looking girl offers her um- brella. Answers to the name of John. Was last seen in company with Julia Harris, walking, his arm around her waist, looking more like a fool, if possible, than ever. Anyone that will catch the poor fellow and bring him carefully back, so that I may chastise him for running away, will be asked to stay to tea by He...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

WEEKLY CALENDAR.     Days of the | Day of | Sun | Sun | Moon Week | Month | Rises | Sets | Rises   Friday|Nov 18|4 43|6 38|8 38 Saturday|" 19|4 43|6 39|9 40 Sunday"20|4 42|6 40|10 35 Monday|"21|4 42|6 41|11 32   Tuesday|" 22|4 41|6 41|P.M.   Wednesday|"23|4 41|6 42|1 26   Thursday|" 24|4 41|6 43|2 25 i 4? I G 38 I 8 28 1 43 I fi 3.9 I '.I iO i 42 | 6 40 10 35 4 42 | C 41 | 11 32 4 41 | G 41 | l'.M. i H | 6 42 | 1 20 4 4J J C 43 | 2 25

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARE OF DAIRY UTENSILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

CARE OF DAIRY UTENSILS. BEFORE using any wooden utensil that comes in contact with the butter it should first be scalded with hot water, and then cooled with cold water to prevent the butter from sticking. A quick and easy way to prepare a worker is to take a bowl of hot water, and use a brush, to scrub it; the brush causes the water to penetrate the wood better, end less hot water is required. One bowlful of water is all that is necessary, even in hot weather, when it is sometimes difficult to prevent the butter from sticking, and less cold water is needed to cool the worker properly for the butter. A good way to cool wooden utensils and keep them sweet is to scour with salt after the wood is wet. It also helps to prevent the butter from sticking. The butter prints and scoops should be scalded first in hot water, and then in cold water, for some time before they are used. After printing the butter use plenty of hot water and a brush to clean the utensils properly, and rinse well wi...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

THANKS. WE, the undersigned desire to thank most sincerely the numerous friends who showed us great kindness and sympathy on the occa-     sion of the sad death of our brother JOHN DUNCAN. DANIEL DUNCAN.   HENRY DUNCAN. 11 November.  

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 taht need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that are can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 18, 1898 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

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, NOVEMBER, 18, 1898 ABOUT eight years ago the pioneer newspaper of this district, the Cobargo Watch was established and conducted by William Boot. For a period of two years it remained under the per- sonal control of its founder and then passed into other hands. On the 30th September last the paper ceased pub- lication altogether, and the plant was removed to Central Tilba for the pur- pose of printing the Tilba Times, with which is incorporated the Cobargo Watch. Briefly, this is the history of our district journal which was launched with such high hopes and under such auspicious circumstances in 1890. With the reasons for the removal of the Watch we have nothing whatever to do, and we wish the Tilba Times   success ; and with so sound and pros- perous a field, and under its capable and experienced editor,...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CO[?]RGO POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 11TH NOVEMBER, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

COBARGO POLICE COURT.   FRIDAY, 11th NOVEMBER, 1898.   Before Mr. F. B. Hales, P.M., and Messrs. F. G. Roberts, H. Street, and A. Tarlinton, J's.P. POLICE v. C. Jaggers, stripping wattle   bark without a license. Defendant pleaded that he thought he was en- titled to strip the bark as he held the land under annual lease from the Crown. Fined 5/- and costs. John Allan v W. Tierney. Larceny of one ton of wattle bark, value £5. Mr. Blomfield for defendant. John Allen, on oath, said: Am a dairy farmer residing at Galba ; W. Thompson informed me that he had bought one ton of wattle bark from defendant; about three months ago I   entered into an agreement with defen-   dant and another to strip, chop and bag some wattle bark at 30s per ton ; I bought the bark from my brother ; I found bags, paid portion of the wages and the hauling; heard that   defendant had sold portion of the bark; I gave him no authority to do   so; aske...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL FEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL FEWS. THE Anglican Bishop of Goulburn will visit this parish during the month of April for confirmation and general   purposes. THE tender of F. Thelan for the additions to the School of Arts has been accepted. The price is £165 and the work will be commenced forth- with. When completed the building will bear comparison with any of the kind on the South Coast.—Messrs. Wrightson and Guest have also signed a contract with Mr. Cansdell, of Bega, to build a seven-roomed villa residence at Wandella, and we understand the same gentleman has offered a piece of land as a site for a School of Arts in that thriving centre. We hope to see the generous offer accepted and the necessary building erected at an early period.   A GANG of men under the control of   Mr. Blomquist has commenced the     work of re-decking tbe Cobargo bridge.   The job will last about six or seven   weeks and is b...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATAL ACCIDENT AT COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

FATAL ACCIDENT AT COBARGO.   ON the Prince of Wales birthday about the hour of six o'clock in the evening considerable excite- excitement and regret was caused by the sad intelligence that John Duncan, teamster, had accidently met his death by falling from the pole of his dray, which contained half a ton of goods, and the wheel passing over his body. The deceased was well known in this district and seems to have had the reputation of being a hard-working honest man. Full details of the sad occurrence are given in the account of the inquest which follows. The coroner, Mr. H. O. T. Cowdroy, J. P., conducted the inquiry and the following constituted the jury : Messrs. M. M. O'Reilly (foreman), W. Man- ning, J. Sawtell, W. Boot, E. T. Gourley, P. Wrightson, and W. T. Henry.       John Whelan being sworn, said : Am a laborer residing at Brogo ; met the deceased at Bermagui yesterday, and afterwards overtook him at Break- fast Creek and ...

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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

THEY SAY: THAT the Cobargo Chronicle is a going concern, and the "bluff" theory is effectually exploded. That the Cobargo people are de- lighted at the prospect of the return of the vim that characterised the pioneer days of the late lamented Watch. That the demands for a district paper are so urgent that the people were growing impatient at the un- avoidable short delay in the appear-   ance of the Chronicle. That G. H. Reid has lamentably fallen away from freetrade grace by the retention of the sugar duty and the imposition of a tariff on tea, rice, jams, cocoa and coffee. That these duties are only a fore- taste of fiscal favors soon to follow, and the vision of a free breakfast table is fast being rudely dispelled. That it will be amusingly interesting to watch the voting antics of the Labor members when they are asked to tax the working man's tea and rice. That a diminishing revenue, and a wholesale exportation of gold from the colony has proved to G. H. Reid that ...

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LOYAL COBARGO LODGE. M.U. 16TH ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

LOYAL COBARGO LODGE. M.U.   16TH ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION. ON the Prince of Wales' Birthday the above Lodge held its sixteenth yearly demonstration, consisting of proces- sional march, athletic exercises, and a   ball at night. It cannot be pretended that the programme met with the same success that marked many pre- vious functions of a similar character ; a result that can be partly accounted for by the dimunition in the numbers of the Order, and the fact that the present season is producing a some- what dispiriting effect on many of our people. Certain it is that the blame cannot in any way be credited to the management, for each of its members worked energetically. The weather was all that could be wished—a rare circumstance—for in previous years the 9th of November was invariably ushered in with steady rain, or severe thunderstorms marred the day's plea- sure. According to an established custom, the day's proceedings were commenced with the reading of the a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNPUNISHED CRIMES. Slaughter of Special Police. Attributed to Clarke's Gang. Still in Doubt. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

UNPUNISHED CRIMES. Slaughter of Special Police. Attributed to Clarke's Gang. Still in Doubt. It is said that New South Wales can exhibit a longer list of un- punished crimes than any other Eng- lish speaking country. That circum- stance may be attributable to the con- ditions under which the colony was   founded and to the source from which population was drawn in the first 50 years of the colony's existence. In the early days the majority of con- stables were drawn from the convict   class, on the principle perhaps of set- ting a thief to catch a thief, without   any reference to ability or integrity. That state of things should not be allowed to exist in modern times, when our Government can pick and choose its men for police service when and where it may. It is broadly asserted that the modern New South South Wales detective is powerless to detect crime without the aid of his "phiz-gig," an individual who as a rule obstructs the thoroughfare with impunity, and, if the truth were ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

XMAS 1898. J. GRAVES, Cobargo Stores, Has a full assortment in all Departments for the SUMMER SEASON —AND— XMAS TRADE Prints, Muslins, & Summer Fabrics -IN ENDLESS VARIETY— Ribbons and Gloves, Millinery a Speciality —IN WHICH WE LEAD.— Men's and Boys' Clothing, Men's and Boys' Straw and Felt Hats, Boots and Shoes, Tobacco and Cigarettes. New Groceries Plums & Currants, Sultanas, Figs, Dates, Candied Peels, Tinned Fruits, Essences. &c. Com and Chaff, Bran and Pollard. Stationery and Fancy Goods. —A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF— CROCKERY & GLASSWARE. Wall Paper, &c. Tinware & Ironmongery, Dolls and Toys in Endless Variety. Patent Medicines, and Horse Medicines. Xmas and New Year Cards. BED-ROCK PRICES ALL ROUND. ROLL UP ! AND     See for Yourselves

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

THE "COBARGO CHRONICLE " —AND— South Coast Journal. o THIS Journal is devoted to the interests of the Dairying, Mining and Agricultural industries established in the large and populous district in which it circulates, and is published at the Office, Moruya Road, Cobargo,   Every Friday Morning. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:   In Ad , ar.': : ; 3s per annum. Booked: £1 per annum The s r: u\ on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September and 3j si December, upon which dates only can   discontinuance of membership be revei/cS' .oh payment of all arrears (if any.)   All Cgmn,xuni..'aiioiis are "... 1 • n:'id addressed to "The Editor, Cobargo Chronicle, Mnvy:' Road, Cobargo." New subscribers will Iv -^1 at any time, and charged only from ihte; e' cuinmoiH;--!!; The e\ov of Cobargo and the   Surrounding r.-niixs. c > ».'!<.• m•• i' the fact that the Cobargo Chronicle i ; .Y.v - viA" newspaper printed and publish...

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TOO HUMOROUS A HINT TO G. H. REIB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

TOO HUMOROUS A HINT TO G. H. REID. THUS spake a member of the American Congress, yclept Tom Corwin, to his committee after delivering a speech in Ohio which had been highly compli- mented :—"I shall regret it to my   dying day that I ever said a funny thing. The world may laugh at me; but the world despises the clown at   last. I can do nothing else. When a speech is announced to be made by Tom Corwin, everybody expects a   clownish performance, and anything else would not be tolerated. I am relegated to the circus ring for the rest of my life. Whether I feel serious   sad, or happy, it is all the same—it must be a funny speech; and I know   it, and I yield to this popular prejudice and clamour, and go on making a fool of myself and shall continue to do so to the end of my career. The man who talks as I do never gets any credit for any solid attainments; he is never looked upon as a statesman; and if he   gets any poli...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

TENNIS. A match was played on Saturday last between Cobargo and Bermagui teams on the latter's court. We append the scores which show that the visitors were victorious. Our players speak in the highest terms of the hospitality of the Bermagui people. Dr. Meeke captained the Cobargo team, and Mr. W. Moorhead did similar duty for the home players. GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLES. Dr. Meeke and F. Kelly v. W. Moorhead and F. Larkin. 6—4. A. Saxelby and A. Shield v. W. Moorhead and F. Larkin. 6—4. LADIES' DOUBLES. Mrs. Sullivan and Miss Pike v. Miss Riley and Miss Finch. 6—2. Mrs. Sullivan and Miss Tarlinton v. Miss Whiffen and Miss Long. 6—3. MIXED DOUBLES. Miss Tarlinton and A. Saxelby v. Miss Long and W. Moorhead. 4—6. Mrs. Sullivan and F. Kelly v. Miss   Riley and F. Larkin. 6—1.   Miss Pike and Dr. Meeke v. Miss Finch and W. Moorhead. 6—2. Miss Tarlinton and A. Shield v. Miss Whiffen and F. Larkin. 6—3. GENTLEMEN'S SINGLES. Dr. Meeke v. W. Moorhead. 6—2. F. Kelly v. F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 November 1898

CHURCH SERVICES. DIVINE SERVICKS will be conducted in the district as follows. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Mass celebrated at 8.30 a.m and 11.15 a.m every Sunday at Cobargo. Evening devotions every Sunday at 7.30. p.m.     J. J. O'REILLY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Nov. 20—Cobargo. 11 a.m.; Quaama, 2.30 p.m. ; Bermagui, 7.30 p.m.   Nov. 27—Tilba Tilba, 11 am.; Digram's Creek, 2.30 p.m.; Cobargo, 7-30 p.m. G. SOARES. WSSLETAV. Nov. 20—Corunna, 11 a.m.; Central Tilba, 2 30 p.m.; Cobarge, 7.30 p.m. Nov. 27—Cobargo, 11 a.m.; Wandella, 2.30 p.m - Quaama, 7.30 p.m. U. WALKER.

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