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A Compliment to Moruya's Representative. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

A Compliment to Horuya'8 ftev presentati#. AccoBbbra to a fiega alderjn&b, ao(&8 districts receive more tban their share of publia money. In renting a recent meeting of the Muwoipal Oounoil, the Standard says: " It vu moved by Aid. Rixon that application be made (or a special grant of £200 to metal the road from the North fiega bridge to the town. He had recently retained from Milton, afad the roads right up the ooast are good. At Moroya, £8000 is being Spent on a bridge; nearly £100,000 has been spent in narrowing the Moroya River; there are £9000 on the estimates for Bateman's Bay, The money spent near Moruya would buy the place ont; and here, in a place of much greater magnitude, we have not a decent road to come to town." We know of more than one person who questions the wisdom of the "powers that be" in continuing to pour such a vast sum of money annually into the Moroya River—especially as the ex penditure is not justified by results^" while other places of mor...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

CRICKET NOTES By th6 " Recorder" in Truth. w0rrall. Hardly ft batsman in the team waB selected so rottoh againsb the opinion of , the majority of followers of cricket in New South Wales aa Jack Worrall. Headers of my formers notes may per hapB remember that his inclusion from the very commencement was advocated 1 in these columns, and his performances j during tbe tour have more than pleased ' his friends and proved that his scores in intercolonial cricket were no flukes. | When he went home in 1888, he was but a crude batsman, who played dreadfully across his wicket, but those who had carefully watched his play for the last two seasons, recognised that he no longer did so, but played with as straight a bat as any man in the team, whilst at tbe same time bis hit ting was beautifully clean and hard. His changed style was quickly per ceived by the English critics, wag soon lighted upon him as the only batsman in the team to take the places of such smiters as Lyons, Massie, or Macdon n...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

CHURCH or ENGLAND. ■October 1-Cofcargo (H.C.) 11; Bermagill 8,30; Tilba 7.30. 0. SOABES.

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WESLEVAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

wbslstjln. October I—Hurrah XI; Bernmgiu '(8); Cobargo BSSi7'S0" M. WALKEB.

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MORE FAIR PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

MOREFAIR PLAT An extraordinary scene occurred at a lecture given by the Rev. George Gladstone at Barmah, a township on the Murray, near Nathalia, on the 15th instant. Recently a fancy dress ball was held there, and Mr. Glad stone advertised that he would lecture upon the "Sin and Shame of Dancing in the ball afore-mentioned." The schoolroom was packed, and an im mense crowd assembled outside, num. bers having travelled long distances to hear the lecturer. From the outset great hostility was manifested towards Mr. Gladstone, He \ras called "a liar" to his face for some of his asser tions, and when he proceeded to make deprecatory remarks concerning Gipps land people he was promptly ordered to "shut up" and leave the people in tliat part - of the colony alone. All this time a couple of fiddles were being played outside, and one indi vidual performed a step-dance iu the school porch. A climax was reached when Gladstone asserted that the Irish were the cause of all the social evils with...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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IN SPITE OF ALL. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

IN SPITE OP ALL. CHAPTER VI.. Three years had passed since the murder of Will Laurie at Stallage and> save in Bramford and the neighbour hood, it was almost a forgotten crime. Mrs. Laurie had never been seen from that day, and although a 'warrant for her arrest had been issued, there was not a keen excitement to find her, for even if she had done the deed— and who else conld be guilty of it1— «he had been given sufficient provoca tion, for Will Laurie's ill-treatment of her was notorious in the little country village. Harold Vanbrugh himself believed that if she had indeed been guilty, she had committed the crime in a moment of madness, when her self-control had broken down under the brutalities of the man to whom she was bound, and -tiie few months following the murder, had been fait of mental agony for him, j leit her retreat should be discovered. Every morning his eyes eagerly, yet fearfully, scanned the papers for news of her, lot as time passed on, and 110 clue to her disapp...

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A STATE BANK. (Formerly branch manager in the Bank of New South Wales and Town & Country Bank (S.A.) PART IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

A STATE BAM. By William Boot. (Formerly branch manager in Bank of New South Wales and Town & Country Bank (S.A.) PART IV. There was an amusing side to the labors of tbis committee.. One would have thought they would have called witnesses who were not only seized of the advantages of a State Bank, but; whose sympathies would impel them to convey their knowledge to the com mittee willingly, and in the plainest possible language. Bank managers and prominent merchants were called, who obviously bad an interest in the present banks, and it was not surpris ing that such witnesses could not see the necessity for a State Bank ; in fact, in the opinion of these gentlemen, the whole thing, if not actually im possible, was ceitainiy impracticable. After all nothing came of the report, for the sympathy of the leading mem bers of the House was not in touch with the movement, and it fizzled out for want 6f intelligent advocacy and influential support. But why all this fuss and difficulty ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

Roads Office, Moruya, 26tfaSept. X899. THE time has been extended to noon on Thursday the 5th October for the receipt of tenders, Contracts 17, 18, 49, and 20 by the O.P.S. Moruya. Specifications may be seen at the Oourt House, Moruya, and Post Office, Tilba. R, 3«GILL, Road Superintendent. Cobargo Gun Club. A LL interested in re-organising the ?\ above Olub are requested to meet at Ksating's Hotel on Wednesdaj next, 4th proximo at 8 o'clock. It it -intended to try And ■' arrange a day'i sport for the 9<h November. \ "T. KENNELLY, .■ • - -> ■Hon. Bsc.

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"Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

" Evil to him who evil think*.*' THEY SAY:. That the action of the Bega "Gaaette in periodically printing a synopsis o£ a serial appearing in the. "Standard" iB a contemp tible proceeding worthy of its author. That Mr. Hassall, Minister for Lands, iB as dumb as an oyster about the policy of his ' Department — just what is_ expected from a "i" who parts, his hair in the middle. That the "Gazette" man is appropriately mixed tip with the old women of Bega Hospital. That Dry Hirer cricketers opened the season last Saturday with a match—'Dairy men' v. 'Wattlers'; and That the latter scored 280 for 8 wickets, of which Charlie Barrett has given a taste of Mb form by making 73. That along cine of our roads a gardener is continually put to loss by the water being turned off the highway and washing the soil from his garden; and That the maintenance man on his Bide iB put to corresponding trouble by the gar dener who, in his efforts to save his pro perty, turns the water back on the road again...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

TQiBA TILBA. (FrOH OOft OWN COEEESPONDENT.) Thebe is no doubt bat that the Tilba Cricket Club ball, held last Friday was a huge success all round, and the members are shaking hands with them selves in consequence. r It was a fitting wind up for the past successful season. Over forty couples were present, among whom I noticed visitors from every district from Cobargo to Moruya, and many were the expressions of pleasure I heard during the evening, the beau tiful decorations-(which had been super vised by Mrs. J. Bate) receiving well merited praise. A huge palm, about 12 feet high, was placed on the stage, and hung with Chinese lanterns, the eflect of which was moat pleasing. A tenuis net was stretched across the front of the stage, on which waB hung a great collection s! cricket, tennis and football material, the trophies won by the club, and the colors,, under whiph was placed, in big letters ■" Kindred Sports." Altogether if was tnpst taste fully arranged. The refreshments, which we...

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THE BEGA HOSPITAL TROUBLES The Hysterical "Gazette," the Matron, and the Kitchen Maid—A Level-headed Committee's Ultimatum-Feminine Tranquility Restored—Peace. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

THE BEGA HOSPITAL TROUBLES The Hysterical" Gazette," the " Matron, and the Kitchen Maid—A Level-Beaded. Committee's Ultima tum-Feminine Tran quility Bestored— Peace. There may have been ructions at the Bega Hospital before the trained n.urae arrived, but we never beard of thepi. Contemporaneous!j with the; resigna tion of Mr. Braine from. the committee and the advent of Nurse Rut tor,; we have had periodical reports in the Gazette of disagreement! between the matron, the nurqe and the kitchen maid, with .occasional accusations against the committee of holding secret inquiries into the, conduofe of tbe matron behind the back of that indi vidual. Ia looking over the names of the committee, we find tbey are all well-known, level-headed and reputable men, who can b'e thoroughly relied upon to. do their duty by the -Hospital in an honest and upright manner; arid we are certainly loth to think,* as /sug gested by the Gazette, that.they would ao anything so inconsistent with fair dealing a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

OStr&OS SSSVSOEB. TvIVINE SERVICES will be conducted 1/ in the district as follows :— SOMAN CATHOLIC. Mass celebrated at 8.80 a.m. and 11.16 a.in. every Sunday at embargo. Evening dovotaon every Sunday at 7.30 P'm' p. KENNY.

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Sensational Arrest at Cobargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

- SenSatfoM^lireBfc it Cobargo. 1 Some excitement Waa Caused in town on Tuesday night when it .became known.that Eugene . Weber faacl' been arrested on a charge of stealing a parcel oldrapery from 21r. H. Street storekeeper,: Moruya road" Oobargo. For some time past Mr. Street had missed articles from his store, and re ported the fact to the police. Con stable Boberts was told off to watch, the premises, with the result that an arrest was made as reported, the cnl prit being caught redhanded. The accused was" brought before the Oourt on Wednesday morning, Messrs., F. G. Boberts and A. Tarlinton Js. P., pre. aiding. The following evidence vu given :—Henry Roberts, police con stable stationed at Oobargo, deposed as follows; certain complaints had been made to him by Mr. Street with reference to the disappearance of goods from his store. On Tuesday evening about six o'clock I went into the hard Ware where I could see into the main Bhop ; in about half-an-hour the accused came in and as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

CAUTION. ANT PERSON inciting my brother Ernest to leave his home, harboring him, or circulating false statements re my treatment of him will be prosecuted. JOHN A. RANKIN. Yourie, Sept. 2S, 1899. THANES I TENDER my sincere thanks to the neighbors and friends for their sym pathy and kindness during my wife's recent serious illness. W. ELTHERINGTON. Bermagui, 26th Sept. 1899. To Horsehrefeders. THE THOBOtrOHBBED BLOOD STALLION, THESPIAN, "Will be on view at Cobargo on the l§t OCTOBER. As owing to the dry season last year THESPIAN'S services were not so fully availed of as would have been the case had the year been favorable to breeders, the Proprietor has made arrangements to travel Thespian to Cobargo every nine days, com mencing from above date. The proprietor also wishes to notify that he has secured a 2yr old SUFFOLK PUNCH and that a limited number of mares will be taken at a guarantee. GRAND CONCERT WILL BE HELD IN THE Lyceum Hall, Quaama, ON FRIDAY. 20th 00T In aid of the Quaama...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

MR. F. G. HEADY, SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTIST, CASP-araBBT, SSCtAi WILL VISIT COBARGO AT REGULAR PERIODS. NOTICE. THE undersigned has for HIRE a Staunch Single Buggy Horse and Comfortable Single Buggy, Also Saddle Horses. A. D. BUENS. G. MAHTIN, Builder & Contractor. Plans and Specifications prepared, and Esti mates giy.B for sll Work. BEBMdGDI-bTRKET, COBABGO. BOOT'S Indigestion Cure FOB SALE —AT— 1399111^3 CO BABG-O. BERMAGUI. BERMAGUI. F. ADAMSON, Butcher, Ham and Bacon Factor, HAS COMMENCED BUSINESS AS ABOVE xarfi&icxBSSorposxfs walsee'B STO&2. Buyer of Hides, Calf Skins, &c. A. D. BURNS, General Blacksmith. IBfflOM I MfflTT, Every kind of work done on (he Sfcorf "ist Notice and gnaranteed to gire every Satisfac tion. W. ACKERLET, DON TAILOR, Bf OSOYA, WILL VISIT COBABGO PERIODICALLY —WITH A— . \ Large and varied Assortment of SUMMER and WINTER GOODS. The date of each visit (about monthly) will be duly advertised in this paper. ' Address : HEAT...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (From oub Sydney Correspondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Botter, creamery and factory 10d, dairy 8^d to 9d, bacon 4fd to 7£d, bams 7|d to 9|d, cheese 4Jd to 6d, eggs 6d to 6Jd, fowls 2s 9d to 4s, ducks 3a fid to 4s. By the steamer Australasian 170,000 sovereigns were shipped from Mel bourne for South Africa. Rain is reported from many coastal districts and several inland places. Speaking at Tumberumba last night the Premier stated that the Labor Party had promised to give him a fair trial. Referring to the increased ex penditure on the roads, he said that the money spent in that direction would be made up by economies in -other departments. lie favored the extension of thn franchise to women. Giblett who was found guiliy of manslaughter was sentenced to sixteen years penal servitude. A. collision occurred near George's* Head betwepn the -steamer Kurragong ; and the ketch Laudsdowne The' latter sank within two minutes and the crew were picked up by the Kurra gong unhar« ed. J...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Devsof ills I Uay of | Week. ] Month | 8011 tun I Mood Pets I Rises | Friday | Sep 29 J Eatcbha* I „ 30 Sunday J Aug 11 Hobday [ „ 2| Tuesday I „ 81 W'dnef-dy | ,, 4 Thursday 1 .. 6 1 5 34 5 33 6 32 5 30 5 29 6 23 5 57 | 2 24 5 67 I "2 58 5 58 | 3 28 8 59 j 3 57 5 59 | 4 25 6 0 1 4 54 6 II 5 24 I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

COBARGO HOTEL.! wsaxisara as it offasr to ssl ! __ ' aram mm j On flit Coast SKTENSIVE 8TABUNB. EXPERIENCED CROOM. 1 jinn flrilai. POST OFFICE HOTEL, COBARGO. Proprietor. J. T. TKeatintf liaa much pleasura in informing the residents of .COBARGO and Surrounding Diitr eta that he has taken over the above well-known Hotel, and hopes by keeping the BEST BBANDS of WINKH, SPI BITS, ALES, etc., to merit a fur share of support. SPECIAL A1TENTION mil be paid to the wants of Commercial and other Travel lers. Commodious Sample Booms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent gTooa to attendance. J. T. K. \>eg8 to announce for the bene, fit of visitors from tho TILBA, NOO , BOOMA, BODALLA and NBBBIGDNDAH DI8XB1CT8 that his Hotel possesses all the contorts <efa borne, while good horse feed sad <8tabe accommodation are made speciali ties ef the establishment. The Central fiotel, BEGA. Vatar Rtw Management. J MRS. RAFTER BEQ8 to remind VISITORS to BEGA that tbey will find th...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. On Saturday last Miss Pass, daughter of Mr. W. A. Pass J.P., and Mr. F. E. M. Vickery were^ mar ried at the residence of the bride's par ents, Bermagui South. The Rev. G. Soatea (C. E.) was the celebrant. Bainbkidge, 4 B.A.', native of Graf ton, N.S.W., and erst-occupant of its gaol, who has never been outside of the Australian colonies, has reached Auckland on his way "round the world " He's kidding them be only has to do America and his walk (which he takes in saloon railway cars and crack mail-boats) will be completed, and hia book produced. God help us! —Truth. Wellington (N.Z) Times must have hod that blackguard blatherskite. Ufti and clerical fraud, Rev.. George Glad stone, in mind when it wrote:—" If ministers of religion leave their pulpits and pursue the tactics of party poli ticians they sink to the level of par tisans, and their influence as expoun ders of religious principles for men's guidance is no more. If some would be reformers;were only to c...

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The Chronicle. For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For tie future in the distance, And the good that we can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 29 September 1899

Ctaititk <j u For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For tie future in the distance, And the good that tee can do. Cobargo, Friday, September 29,L899. The Colargo A. P. <fc H. Society has decided to hold its 1900 Show on the 1st and 2nd March, and in view of the success which marked last year's ex hibition, despite one of the worst sea sons ever experienced on the South Coast, there should be ho hesitation in carrying out the presejjt_fixture, unless the intervening climatic conditions are j of a more devastating character, -than ( any yet experienced. It is well that prospective exhibitors should know this, in order that they may enter upon the work of preparing their exhibits, many of which take several months to get ready. Then there are necessary improvements to the pavilion which should receive timely attention. For many years the exhibitors and visitors have complained of the inconvenience of having the dairy and farm ex...

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