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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

CHUBCH 07 BNQLAND. September 24—Tilba 11; Beraagul 2.30 j Cobatgo 7"S0" G. SOAEES.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

CHTOCH SEEVI0B3. D1 .rVTNE SERVICES will be conducted ' in the district as follows ROHAN CATHOLIC* Ubbb celebrated at 8.30 a.m. and 11.15 h-ib. every Sunday at Cobargo. ^ Evening devotion eveiy Sunday at >.<*> p m" P. KENNY.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN SPITE OF ALL. CHAPTER IV. What's what!' asked the cook. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

IN SPITE OF ALL. CHAPTER IV. 1 What's what ¥ asked the cook. ' It's a ghost! I'm Mire it's a ghost t A figure dressed all in black—a woman. I.eaw her face as she passed, while (is death, and her eyes blazing like fire, as she looked in. It was something cruel!' stammered the girl. ' * You,re silly,' cook said, summarily. « You'd best go back to the town, for you're not fit for the country with your ghostes,' and the cook got . up from her chair and went t6 the win dow. Afternoon was waning into twilight, and she saw nothing* * There's nobody- about,' she said,, drawing the curtain and lighting the lamp. ' It's your fancy. Last night you nearly scared us to death with your screams, and it was only the old j gander on the wall, and now you're trying it on again. You'd better go back to the town—you're not fit for the country,' she repeated. ' I shall that J I'm sure something's going to happen. I'm that timid,' and she began to cry. 'Have some tea,' the cook said, more kindly. J Have ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

WESLEY AN. September 24-Cob»rgo 11: Wandellii2.39; Qu«ama 7"30- M. WALKER.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega District Public Schools' Athletic Association. SECOND ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

Bega District Public Schools' Athletio Association. Second Akkual Demonstration. The above sports took place on the Bega Show ground on Saturday last, and we; e an uubounded succbbs. Iu the early morning heavy clouds 'were visible and a downpour of rain seemed inevitable, Lut at 10 o'clock the clouds began to break and the fear of a wet day disappeared. The forming of the Association, it may be said, was one of the happiest ideas in~the hiBtory of the Fega Dittr'ct Sclipo'", having for its m .in object the educating of the chil 'ren in the uses and benefits of athletic3. For some considerable time past the committee, led by the ubiqui tous secretary,./Mr. JB\ Brassington, had been hard at work to make the demonstration a success, and the ex cellent manner in which everything was arranged showed how well the committee had worked.. The children were supplied with an excellent lun cheon and afternoon tea, very kindly provided by the ladies of the district. As showing the amount of inte...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROSENTHALL V. CANDSDELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

SOSENTHALL V. CANDSDELL Ik Equity, before Mr. Justice A. H. iSimpaon, Mr. Langer 0 w®u (instructed t>y Messrs. ftgottand Stineon) applied on behalf of Philip Rosenthal!, store keeper of Bega, for an injunction re straining the publication of an alleged libel by Alfred M. Candsdell and Co.,, merchants of Bega, in an advertise ment in the Bega "Standard." Mr. Gordon {instructed by Messrs. Bawlin son and -Hamilton) appeared for the respondents. The plaintiff- set forth in his affidavit that he commenced on August_6, 1899, to "advertise in the Bega " Standard" a " gift' carnival," at which " purchasers of goods could selecb free from thousands of new and useful presents." Shortly afterwards, defendants published in the same paper an advertisement,- commencing with the words " Honest dealing v. extor tion. Gift' sales mean exorbitant prices, therefore, spend your money with legitimate traders,. whose profits are based on 3/4 in 'liie £, etc.,' It was contended by plaintiff that the de...

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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 — 22 September 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS. (From oub "Sydney Correspondent.) I Sydney, Thursday. .Butter, creamery and factory 10d, dairy Sid to 9d, bacon 4^d to 7£d, haras 7id to 9£d, cheese 4id to 6£d, eggs 6|"d to 7d, fowls 2/9 to 4/, ducks 3/6 to 4/. During exhumation work at Point Gillbrana, Victoria, bodies were un earthed wearing heavy shackles. Mr. and Mrs. Loxton, a recently married couple were drowned afc Wel lington, N.Z. owing to a boating acci dent. An animated discussion occurred in the Anglican Synod last night on the question of ritualism. Lord Beau champ was present, and at times the debate became very heated, thr High Church party declaring they would band together in a solid phalanx if the agitation against them continued Eventually the matter was shelved by an amendment referring to a committee the question-whether the diocese was bound by the decisions of the English Ecclesiastical Courts. The military authorities are busy making arrangements in tiie event of troops being suddenly ordered ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NERRIGUNDAH. (From a correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

UERBIGUNDAH. (From a correspondent). WoEKis'being steadily carried on in, different' reifs and some excellent: jprospecte have been obtained. i -Messrs.iiattyBros havecommenced •raising dtone from a depth of 115 feet, ■where they have cut a 'wonderfully, •rich vein, l'Sozs being dollied'out of •301bs of Btone last week, and since then a considerable quantity of similar •specimens <have been put under lock ■and key. Messrs..Williams and O'Brien have 'discovered a reef near Whittaker's; <7re6k, About four miles to the east of ;-Eurc-bodalla. The vtin is over a foot■; in width, and experienced men con sider the stone in sight will yield about ■Tjoz to tbe ton. Mr. I. Jessop has been getting some, 'splendid specimens in his claim, but the reef is not defined. He i<i sinking "with. the hope of catching it in a more 'solid formation at an increased depth, •andshoaldtbeprospects then prove as -good as t'hc'present, the property will prove a most valualtle.o...

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LONG and SHORT SERMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

LOX« and SHOET SERMONS Thi longest sermon on record is said to have been preached by the Rev. Isaac Barrow, a Puritan preacher «( the 17th ceatary, who once delivered a sermen in Westminster Abbey lut ing three hoars and a half. One ol the shortest was that which Mr. Whe lrell vm fond of repeating from the text—"Man It born on to trouble as the sparks fly upward." The sermon occupied barfely a minute in delivery. The following is a verbatim report "I shall divide the discourse into three heads: (1) Han's ingress into the world; (2) his progress through the world; (3) his egress out of the world. Firstly, bis ingress into the world I* naked and bare. Secondly, hfe pro* gtess throagh the world trouble and care. Thirdly, his egress out of tbe world is. nobody knows where. To conclude: If we live well here, ws shall live well there. I can tell yon no more if I preach a year." Then he gave the benediction. The eccentric Dean Swift is responsible for the fol lowing : Text—"He that giveth ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A STATE BANK. (Formerly branch manager in the Bank of New South Wales and Town & Country Bank (S.A.) PART III. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

a state bank:. By William Boot. (Formerly branch manager in Bank of New South Wales and Town & Country Bank (S.A.) PABT nr. Again taking the returns for the 30th June, 1898, I find the amount of ad vance?, including discounts, to be £117,351,619. Averaging the rate of interest at 8% oa this huge amount it will be seen thattheyearly interest bill would be £9,388 129 ; and if the State Bank could effect a saving of 3 per cent, and this is not a large estimate, the aggre gate gain to the borrowers of Australia would be the substantial sum of £3,520,548. But . the advantages which would attend the establishment of a State Bank could hardly be mea sured in pounds shillings and pence ; for in times of national disaster, caused by floods, drought, bushfires, or any other visitation; or in the more ter rible time of a financial or banking crisis, when the course is forced upon the banks of not only contracting their advances, but of calling in a large pro portion of those already ma...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

PUBLICJfflEETING. A MEETING of those favorable to the formation of a JOCKEY CLUB in Cobargo will be held at the School of Arte on MONDAY, 2nd October, at 8 p.i». T. KENNELLY i W. BOOT). Conveners. TO LET, AGBA.SS PADDOCK, over 140 acres, at Dry River, well watered and securely fenced.—Apply F. STENNETT, Woodlands, Quaama. Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, 8th September, 1899. TENDERS are invited for a School Building, Wood, at Tilba Tilba, on a new site to the south of Central Tilba. For conditions, see " Government GaSette." Plans and Specifications may be seen at the School, and at the Department ol Public Instruction, Sydney, where Tenders will be received up to noon on Thursday, the 28th September, 1899. 3a-99 J. A. HOGHXE. Office of Inspector of Schools, Betfa, lltli September, 1899. TENDEfiS are invited Cor the erection -of a PROVISIONAL SCHOOL BUILDING at Hlawambra, iiear Cobargo. Plans and specifications may ba soon at Cobargo public school. Tenders will be received ...

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THE DIVORCE BOOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

THE DIVORCE BOOM. Thk returns of divorce^ granted dur ing 1898 show that there is no appre ciable falling off in the number of cases in which marriage has proved a failure ia this colony. Of course, from one point of view this isa regret' table circumstance; bnt, on the other hand, the fact demonstrates how widespread was the evil for which the existing Act has found a remedy. Ilia fact that there has been during the past fire years an average of nearly three hundred couples who have been divorced for good and sufficient came by the Court appointed to deal with such matters conclusively shows the amount of domestic and social misery which had to be endured before relief was made legally possible, and though the lapses and misconduct of a large number of persons in the community has thus been made evident, it does not follow that these are more nume rous than when divorce was difficult and expensive, but rather to prove the existence of a large sectio^ of the community who formerly h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
" Evil to him who evil thinks," THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

11 Evil to Mm iblio evil thinkt," they say: : That the weather grizzlers" are already raising their voices in the land, -tod awful forecasts of. another devastating drought are being made. ' . That an almanac tor 1900 would have saved much confusion at Monday's meeting of the Agricultural Sociey. That the better (?) classof worshippers(?) at Christ Church should know that inane giggling during service is hardly the cor rect thing; and That this is the kind of behaviour which brings religion into contempt with think ing people; and That the cigarette brigade were much, in evidence outside another local church on Sunday evening. That these youthful worshippers of "Venus should be careful that their nightly devotions are not disturbed by an unwel come appearance of "Mars." That the Cobargo band will render a pro gramme of selections on Saturday night. That a happy couple in Bega will- face the world on a collective revenue of eleven "bob" a week. That a Bega firm has gone down to ".bed...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

MORUYA. (Fbom ova own CoeeespoSdent.) I suppose you would,- have been an noyed -had I failed to "come" this week. But what's a m an to write about ? The zoological display on the swamp ; the suitability of the Park as a site for a botanical garden; the dearth of people who wish to make Moruya a go-a-head place; or the advisability of holding another church bazaar ? But there's the races ! I had almost for- J gotten that there was a day's racing ' here on Saturday last. The day was beautifully fine, but the attendance was not up to expectations. It must have been very disappointing to the | promoters to see so few present—a ] poor return for the efforts made to have one tJay 'a racing in the year. The i 'oyster bed' must look to Deua River and j Tomakin for its sport, or shake off that tired feeling which has got hold of the people. The Town Bbad played some fine selections at the races and the performers are to be congratulated on the all round improvement in their ploying. The men ...

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Strange Romance which Led to Prison. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

Strange Romance which Led to Prison A oak which caused an enormous sen sation in Venice, on account ot the personages involved, was recently con cluded after four days' hearing at the assize courts. The principal figure (according to the London Daily Mail) was the Duchess of Deauffremont, a lady whose life, it appears, has been devoted to works of benevolence. She was accused of forgery. With her as accessories were also included in the same charge a Venetian priest, named Oogo, and a Florentine merchant, named Ferraad. A fourth person accused was Prince Giedroye, ej-Chani berlain of th« Csar. He, however, cheated the law by dying. How these people found themselves in the dock constitutes one ef the strangest stories of the oentary, and is a posthumous tribute to the wiles of an adventuress, the incidents of whose life pale the fires of fiction. La Tilkin, the adven turess, was a woman of no account as to origin, but she succeeded in coming to the front in Trench society, married on...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Bega " Gazette " and the Bank of England and State Bank and Other Things. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

The Beffa "Gazette' &iid the Bank of England and State Bank and Other Things In its issue of lfith instant), the ..Bega 1 Gazette's contribution to tbp State I Bank question has dwindled down to a four-inch par.; but, even in that small compass, the Gazette sustains its reputation for cramming the maxi mum of nonsense into the minimum of Bpaoe. It says : "We briefly observe "that England does not need a "National bank." * We would point out -that the Bank of England* although it is not in name a State institution, and does not meet all the requirements that a purely State Bank would fill, Btill.it was projected purely to meet the needs of the State, or, to use P. W. Gilbart's own words, " the "Bank of England was instituted for "the object of raising money for the Government.''- And this bank was afforded special statutory privileges in return ' for . services rendered to the nation. During the memorable panic of 1866, the late W. E. 'Gladstone, . then Chancellor of the Exch...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. d. vsol lbs i 1>rj of i Pun 1 l-un (Mood tyfrrk 1 motitfr ( ri3p< |. reki | r.isew Fbiday _ ! Sep 22 | s 45 j: 5 51 f 9 16 saxlibi at 1 „ '28 | 5 44 ) 5 52 j 10 21 Fchday i „ 24 | s 48 | 5 52 $ 11 21 Monday' | » 25 ] 5 40 j" 6 53 | a. m. 1'oesday ■ „ 26 | 5 39 i 5 54 | 12 15 w'dnrfd'y | 27 5 38 fi 55 i 1 3 rud'i6d.»y | „ 28'j- 5 36 j- 5 56] 1 16

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

COBARCrO MOTEL,. SVBBTTJKN# AS JT •TTtST TO Si. IfflEST SIMPLE Mi th« CtBBt. EXTENSIVE 8TMLIN6, EXKRIEN6EB IR80M. COBARQO. I. i.mtmG proprietor. J. 7, Taafjngr has orach pleasure in it forming the residents of COBABGO and Snrrennding Di«r eti that ha ha# total o*er ihaabora well-known Hotel, and hopaa by keeping the BEST BBAJND3 cf WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, ate., to Bvrit a fair •bare ol support. SPECIAL ATTENTION will ba paid ta tha wants of Commercial and other Innl Jar*. Commodious flampla Boom a9ai labia. OOOD STABLING «n4 a competent giooa in«ttendanoe. J. T. K. bag* to-ennonnoe for tha ben*, fit of visitors from tha TILBA, KOO BOOIIA. BQD&LLA. and KBBBIG-ONDAB DISTRICTS that his Hotel potawses aU tha comforts of# home, white food horea feed •nd stabe accommodation at* madaipaciali tiesef the establishment. The Central BEGA. 0><«r Stow M— n*«wt MRS. KAFTER BEOS to remind VISITORS to BEGA tint tbef will 4nd the OBNTKAL offereBpeciri Advances, boing furnished th...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

TiOCAL AND GENEfiAL NEWS- J A : ooREEgppUDKKl. from . Quaama jiyM .the.'names of the following addi. tional donore of trophies to the Dry Rivor Cricket Club Mr.J. J; Coffejy 10/6 to the bowler tabing.ihe .most «icTteto in the junior gridg^r.T. B. KTutley (prize not stated), iiiett jjeJding iqapr,-1 Dosutre iof'- troph tea ¥ agreed; that in Ifip ev^tcf-theJr wlnniiig game," *&MjwiiEdja^vie i6rbr of next nin ; v-. . v Me. Keating, butter-zLakor to the Cobargo Central factory, arrived dur ing the week and has en tired upon hia do'ies. _ The following auction sale of Crown Lands will be gazetted shortly:—10 acres; distance about six miles north west of Bermagui, fronting Narira River, The " Gazette" has come to the con clusion that " there is no satisfaction iu dealing with the:" Chronicle." The Pambula " Voice" had the same exper ience. We are alwnys glad of reports of local and district social events, but they must reach us during the then current week. In the absence of a con...

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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 tee can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

©lie Cbroniclc. For"the cause thai lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, ■ For the future in the distant, • And the .good that tee can do. Cobaego, Friday, September 22,1899. Me. Lyne has formed his Ministry and no one cau say that outside three or four members its personnel consti tutes a very striking l;ody of intellec tual men; in fact, many were exceed ingly small fry in the region of roads and bridges politics. The greatest surprise i3 Crick's acceptance of the comparatively insignificant position of Postmaster General. He is one ® the brainiest n^en in the House, and should have bad a more important portfolio. But Ministries >*e gener ally one man affairs *tid the policy of those entrusted with /their formation j seetis to be 'to get - "ft mijority in the team who will "ji>rove docile followers of their leaders. Parkes exclusively dominated nearly every Ministry he led, while Reid was head and tail .of his Cabinet, and would hardly allow one of them to a...

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