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COBARGO POLICE COUET. FRIDAY, 16th DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 December 1898

COBARGO POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 16TH DECEMBER. Before Mr. F. B. Hales, P.M., and Mr, F. G. Roberts, J.P. F. Henwood v. Joshua Vickery. Wages due £12. Mr. Blomfield for plaintiff. Verdict for amount with 4s 10d costs of court, and 1£ 1s profes- sional costs. M. Smillie v. Joshua Vickery. Wages due £19 1s 4d. Mr. Blom- field for plaintiff. Verdict for amount with £2 2s damages, £2 2s profes- sional costs, and 4s 10s costs of court. Some young fellows were fined 10s each with costs of court for indulging too freely in "tanglefoot" at Ber-   magui.  

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TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 December 1898

TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT)   ONE of the most influential and repre-   sentative meetings held in Tilba for many years took place in the Tempe- rance Hall on the 15th instant for the purpose of protesting against the stop- page of the rations to a large number of the aborigines at the Wallaga Lake station. Mr. J. P. Seccombe, J.P., presided, and read the requisition call- ing the meeting, which was signed by Messrs. W. E. Seccombe, W. H. Cork- hill, R. M. Bate and others. Mr. W. H. Corkhill was appointed secretary. Mr. W. E. Seccombe asked the chairman if it was a fact the rations had been restored to the blacks that evening. The chairman stated he had heard so, but could not say definitely. Perhaps some gentleman present could answer the question. Mr. May (the ration contractor) said he had received instructions that evening to supply rations as usual next day to all at the   station, with the exception of four or five ; he had n...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. FRIDAY, 16th DECEMBER.. Before Mr. F. B. Hales, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 December 1898

SMALL DEBTS COURT. FRIDAY, 16TH DECEMBER. Before Mr. F. B. Hales, P.M. F. G. Roberts v. Joshua Vickery. Goods sold £5 3s 9d. Verdict for plaintiff with 5s costs. Mr. Roberts here took his seat on the bench. Joseph Walker v. J. Leelight. Goods sold £3 11s 9d. Verdict for   plaintiff with 12s costs. A man who has just returned from Central Riverina says the country has not been in such a bad condition for 25 years. Hundreds of miles can be traversed without seeing a blade of grass. In some places the dust is piled 3 feet deep against the rabbit- proof fences.

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MOUNT DROMEDARY—PAST AMD PRESENT. PART 1. (FOR THE Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 December 1898

MOUNT DROMEDARY-PAST AND PRESENT. PART I. (FOR THE Chronicle.) [By Yarraman.] I SUPPOSE most of those who will read this know that Mount Dromedary was discovered by Captain Cook, and named by him after the humpbacked wanderer of the desert, and the moun- tain still bears the name bestowed on it by its discoverer. Dromedary is between three and four thousand feet in height, and is the highest isolated peak on the South Coast. It is situated some three miles from the shores of the Pacific ocean, and extends almost due north and south. From the low lands it appears dark and gloomy in its dense clothing of forest, but as you ascend by a no means gentle gradient its scenic beauties unfold themselves. Brushes, glorious in their various shadings of green, from bright emerald to a deep sombre hue, their gnarled tree trunks of every shade from grey to a warm rich brown, their undergrowth of ferns of innumerable kinds, from the giant tree ferns, the ' Ponga' of New Zea- land forests, to the t...

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THEY SAY; [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 December 1898

THEY SAY: THAT we are frequently warned against the danger of making our " They Say " column too personal; and That, being interpreted, this means "pop it on to the other fellow. That many of the Bega farmers have this year grown oaten hay on the river flats in lieu of maize and have been rewarded with splendid crops. That the country south west of Bega is in a bad state owing to the   drought, and myriads of grasshoppers are devouring what little vegetation is left. That since it has transpired that the heroine of the Bermagui street incident is a verry pretty girl of 18 summers quite a number of young men blush- fully accept the soft impeachment of being identical with "41."   That the following is the "Chron- icle's " weather forecast until it rains. Fine and dry; plenty of westerly winds with easterly cyclones for a change. That a Bermagui road contractor challenges to " scratch pull" all and sundry for any amount up to £10; and, That a Cobargo man is p...

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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. 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, DECEMBER 23, 1898 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 December 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, DECEMBER 23, 1898 CHRISTMAS, that period of the year which marks the anniversary of the nativity and incarnation of the Re deemer, has once more come round, and in a few days 1898 will be num- bered with the dead past and give place to 1899; and although the drought in many parts of the colony is working sad havoc amongst live stock and agricultural crops, and we   in this district, though in a lesser de- gree are suffering from the same cause; yet Christmas is Christmas after all,   and already the air is resonant with the cheery salutation, " A Merry Christmas." Of course there are those who shake their heads disconsolately, people who always see trouble, present and futuritively, and cannot under- stand people rejoicing under any cir- cumstances. These, like microbes, are always with us. Fo...

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VERONA PUBLIC SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 December 1898

YERONA PUBLIC SCHOOL ON Friday last the annual distribution of prizes in connection with tie Verona public school took place in the presence of a number of the parents of the pupils and other visitors. The prizes, which were purchased with money raised by subscription, consisted of a fine collection of carefully and judici- ously chosen books. The proceedings were commenced by the children sing- ing the "Emigrant Ship" in a highly   creditable manner. Mr. W. Boot, at the request of the teacher, Mrs. Perkins, presented the prizes to the winners, but before doing so congratulated the children upon having a teacher that took so great an interest in their advancement, and friends who provided such valuable and useful prizes. It was seldom that the pupils of any of our public schools were fortunate enough to have prizes awarded them, and he hoped the kind action of their friends would have the effect of encouraging them in their studies. He also reminded them that we, in thi...

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LOCAL AND GENEEAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 December 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. THE Rev. J. J. O'Reilly has kindly handed us the following for publica- tion :—"Office Of Aborigines Protec-   tion Board, Sydney, 16th December, 1898. Sir,—Referring to my letter dated the 21st October last, I am now directed to inform you that my Board are in receipt of a communication from the Department of Public Instruction to the effect that the Minister has approved of the re-opening of the School for Aboriginal children at Wal- laga Lake, and that the School will be brought into operation at the expiration of the ensuing Christmas holidays, or as soon as it is practicable to appoint   a teacher. - I have &c., A. Berckel- man, secretary. Henry Clarke Esq., M. P. MR. E. J. MARTIN'S tender for the building of Sam's Creek provisional school has been accepted, and the work will be commenced without un- necessary delay. A MATCH has been arranged between the Tilba Tilba first grade eleven and   a Tailinton team,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

El. ARItBTTt, WHOLESIIE 10 FIffiT MM AT tV»ft above bstfebtishraerit Cflsto1tt©T<i may rely on getting beef of the very best quBiiiy, Mid &•> an oblignc shopman iB altonys in attendance, the proprietor hopes by attention to patrons to annex a fair share of support. FAMILIES WAITED ON fOR OftDERS, —DON'T FOr.GET— R ANNETTS,^ NKXT TO POST OFFICE 6TORE6. W. Clarke Shaw, GOLDSMITH, JEWRLtBft, AND DIA MOND MERCHANT. Watch and Clockmakers «nd Dealer in f very Good Make of Sheffield Electro-plate, Cutiery, etc, OPPOSITE POET OFFICE, COfcABttO. IT IS tmNter-^sRABY fcotf TO SEND TO SYDNEY. AND PAY BEFORKHaND fOB WHAT YOtJ HAVE NOT «EEN> be causa I can SHOW YOt) BIGHT HEKE a very choice t-eleciota of tbe very latest designs in Anything ytia might lequire, ami AT PBICK8 (when make and quality are considered} as OH GAP AS THK CHEAP EST SHOP IN 6YDNRY. All Jewellery b&ving the C&ttt Stamp) bears the Government Bail mark. Every article abaolotiely reliable...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

' Hxhibited ty the joor, idl- nesa Is a ' crime. In tfaericli itiB an attribute "ofa liigiier typo of.Lusmuit y, itie tokfjri of an exalted re.uk.—Mix Kohdau.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

CSttTSCS Pr'HtTl?";. SHVlVit fSKBVlCFP wil' te c nJucteil in 4J he dial fct as follows. ROMAN CATHOiI\ Mam cfilebn^d At 8.30 A.m npd a.m. every Sunday at Cob trgo. Evening devotions every Sunday at 7.30 p.in. f. 3. O'RKlLLY. cncttcH or engird. J .11. I—Cobargo, 11 H.m ; Diguan'a C e-k (P.C.)2^S0 p.in ; Tiba Jilu, (H.C.) 7.30 p,m G. SO \BES. WiSLKV-N. Jan. 1—Mar *h. It Am ; Bermaspii 2.30 p hi. ; '0(j"bii'g"> 7:30 f.m M. trklKKB.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

NOTICE. Action for wilful tk espass will l-e taken against any per son allowing their stock to tres pass iu . the pnddock known as " WESTAWAT's." W. allen,Jcnb. 27/12/98. MEDICAL NOTICE. Vitus TILBA TILtSA every TL')!>DAY in the week, ro.ur.tag to C03AUG0 at 6 F M samo day. —BEBMAGUI Athl&lie Club FOOTRACING -4HD fclCYCIiE S^O^TS rjMiK annCal Meeting of the aW CLUB wi I be held on JANUARY, 2, '99 OFFICERS: PPESIDENT : Mr J C Framptcn ; VICE i'BKBIDEKTi 1 Alcorhead; TrkabUker : F K }si ey ; S">abiER; M Hauley ; Jl'DGics 1 J C Framptor, P Engstrom: MA8Ti:E or TsArK 1 W. Phillips ; Kefebek: K C bimmoiiB; Clebk or CotTBBB: J Ergairom; Committke . Meni-rs M Hanley, I Dunnnore, A Fer guson, W Phi lips, P Kngstrom. PROGRAMMED OPEKING HANDlCAI'of £1 10a; first prize, £1; second prize, 10s. Post ei,tr«nce, 2a ; distance, 125 yards BEnMAGPX GBAND HANDICAP £15 ; first prize, £10 ; fooond prize £3; third prize, £1 10a; fourth prize, 10s ; distance. ISO y r<3e; nominalio...

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BERMAGUI ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

BERMAGUI ATHLETIC CLUB Toe following are the nominations and handicaps for tbe Grand Handicap and Bicycle Race lo be run off on Monday next, 2nd January :— Grat.d Handicap. yds. I. Brown ... ... ... 10 W. Bond 10 B; J. Brown... ... ... JO «Tv Carter ... 11 C, Carpenter ... ... 13 W. Mc-Grath 13 W. Kiikland ... ... 14 A. Thomas ... ... ... 15 A. K'sa ... ... ... 16 S. Haddig&ddi ... ... 16 J. Walsh 17 J.Quinn ... IS H Pfrry ... ... ... 19 W. Ramsey ... ,.. ... 19 R. Blacka .. ... ... 20 J. A. Kennedy ... ... 23 A. Lang ... ... ... 23 G. Constable... 80 T. O'Ntill ... ... ... SO Bicycle Race. A ^Thompson, snatch. 3. Stephens, 290 yds. H Durie> 4t0 yds.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

: important Notice. "V "fte ALL SUBSCHIBERS who (Jo not ieci-ive th ir paper B.K<iU LAliLY wili ob?;ge by REPORTING THJi FACT at this office.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

XMAS 1898. 9. Cobargo Stores, . Has a full assortment in all Departments for the SUMMER SEASON —AND— 4, tmS TMM. > Prints, Muslins, & Summer Fabrics —IN ENDLESS VARIETY— Ribfeons and Gloves —IN "WHICH WE LEAD — Men's attd Boys' Clothing> Men's and Boys' Straw and Felt Hats, •? Boots and Shoes, Tobacco and Cigarettes* New Groceries Plums & Currants, Sultanas, Figs, Dates, Candied Pefcte, Tinned Fruits, Essences, ht. Corn and Chaff, Bran and PoHard, stationery and Fancy Goods* —A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OH1-— CROCKERY & GLASSWARE. Wall Paper, &<£•■> Tinware & ironmongery, Doll Sand TOyfe in Endless Variety. Patent Medicines, and Horse Medicines Jma§ anir feat Carirs. KTBED-ROGK prices all bounds ROLL "UP ! —AND— SM7SS, COBABGO STOBES. % ' 1898 XMAS XMAS 1898' Bead this Offer FOR THIS MONTH ONLY. oi n fc FlI.VFR (Hull Mnlked) >1 l-.WKU EltY pivcn ewav for nothing «» a 3£?>Iii2 VX BOS !n order to vncon'ege i a' ions &amp...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Day!1 of - he I Pay of I 9nn I Kun I Moon \V«ek. ] Month | Rises | f-ets | Kises Friday Dec 3Q | 4 48 | 7 8 1 8 55 ^ATURi'AT .. 81 I 4 48 | 7 8 | 9 30 fUNDAy Jn I | 4 44 17 61 4 16 Monday 2 I 4 «5 | 7 6 ) 5 21 3'ufsdaY l „ 3 | 4 45 I 5 7 | 6 23 V 'DNKfDt j ,, 4 1 4 46 ) 7 7 1 7 20 Thdhsdat | „ 5 1 4 47 1 7 71 S 8

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"THE CURSE OF DEAN." Alleged Suggestion to Murder Sir Julian Salomans, Q.C. By Richard Denis Meagher. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

"THE CURSE OF DEAN." Alleged Suggestion to Murder Sir Julian Salomans, Q.C. By Richard Denis Meagher. DURING my trial at the Central Cri- minal Court, Darlinghurst, before Acting-Judge R. E. O'Connor, last Monday week, on the charge that I "maliciously did shoot at Richard   Denis Meagher," I cross-examined Meagher at some length, mainly as to his credibility. Among many other questions I put to him was this :— Did you make a proposal to your late partner, Mr. Crick, to have Sir Julian Salomons assassinated in order to get him out of the way?   To which Meagher replied:— No ; it's all nonsense, pure bunkum; there is not a scintilla of truth in such a suggestion. Later on I called on Mr. Crick to show that there was something more than a scintilla of truth in the sugges- tion. Mr. Crick was prepared to prove, on oath, that the allegation was true, and that before Meagher had made his declaration, confessing his share in the conspiracy to defeat the ends of j...

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THE Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON BEING IN LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

THE Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON BEING IN LOVE. YOU'VE been in love, of course ! If not you've got it to come. Love is like the measles; we all have to go through it. One never need be afraid of catching it a second time. The   man who has had it can go into the   most dangerous places, and play the most foolhardy tricks with perfect   safety. He can picnic in shady woods, ramble through leafy aisles, and linger   on mossy seats to watch the sunset.   He fears a quiet country house no   more than he would his own club. He can ; in a family party to go down the Rhine. He can, to see the last of   of a friend, venture into the very jaws of the marriage ceremony itself. He     can keep his head through the whirl   of a ravishing waltz, and rest after-   wards in a dark conservatory, catching   nothing nore lasting than a cold...

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GLADSTONE AND SOCIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

GLADSTONE AND SOCIALISM. GLADSTONE, with all his liberalism, all his love of progress, never arrived at a satisfying conception of the society of the future. I dare believe that it matters little whether one be conser- vative Socialist or revolutionary Socia- list, Socialist of the chair or Socialist of the workshop, provided that one has in oneself the germ of the doctrine, and that one is Socialist. That is to say, one must comprehend that the days of inorganic society, of atomism, of morbid individualism, of unbridled competition, of the free play of anti- social forces, are numbered, and that the era of organisation, of emancipa- tion of the individual by the law,   the substitution af harmonious co-ope- ration for the mortal struggle for life, is dawning. That is an intuition at once moral, economic, historic. Glad- stone had it not. Not that he was frankly and avowedly hostile.     Only he abode by the purely Liberal economistic, individu...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THE root idea of these Legislative Councils is that they represent wealth. They assume that a man who is rich, by virtue of his riches is a better man and is better entitled to political   power than a man who is not rich, and they assume that the wealthy class if, by virtue of its wealth, better entitled to political power than the poor class ; and that it is not merely entitled to more political powers as electors, but that it is entitled to predominant   power by having a separate chamber to represent wealth. To my mind a mere statement of the proposition amounts to a condemnation of the system. . . . It seems to me shameful that a man should tell me   that he is better than I am because he is richer than I am. The Legislative Council has shown   an indisposition and ineptitude, even an incapacity, to deal with any public question whatever except those subjects connected with wealth and the interests of ...

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