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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. WE have just beard that butter has been reduced in price to 9d per lb in   Sydney. WE understand that Mr. Frampton the I.S N. Company's agent at Berma- gui has been superseded by Mr. Bu- chanan from the Sydney Office. THE state of some of the cesspits of the town is so bad that the lives of the inhabitants are in danger of an epi- demic of typhoid or other deadly disease. ON Monday next the post office will be open for the delivery of mails for one hour after the arrival of the Syd- ney mail; and the telegraph depart- ment will be open from 9 to 10 a.m, and 6 to 8 p.m. ON Monday last after the comple- tion of the cricket match on the Co- bargo ground, a pigeon contest with inanimate birds was shot off, Frank Tarlinton taking first prize with the possible of 5 kills, and W. Boot second   with 4. WE have seen some illustrated Christmas and New Year post cards which are being sold at the local post office. They are real works of art, an...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

THEY SAY: THAT opinion is pretty evenly divided as to the rival claims of a Quaama and Cobargo lady for the position of belle at the Church of England social; but That the purveyor of "They Say"   toothsome morsels plumps straight for the popular and stylish Cobargo girl; and That this decision has created much dissension amongst the staff, which once more illustrates the danger attach- ing to the bold task of naming the belle. That the Swiveller colt party have raised the match price to £20 ; and That even this amount is forth- coming for any distance or weight, and any individual with the "necessary" can get all information at the " Chron- icle " office. That there are still £10 in Cobargo available for a scratch-pulling match with the Bermagui contractor. That we have another cricketer in Cobargo who bowls in the way that the Wandella man kills parrots. That the "critics" discovered on Saturday last cricket bats are rather narrow after all, and that any "mug " &a...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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WALLGA LAKE ABORIGINES. (TO THE EDITOR COBARGO CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

WALLAGA LAKE ABORIGINES. (TO THE EDITOR COBARGO CHRONICLE.) SIR,— Although not a subscriber to the above named journal may I hope that you will give this letter a place in your next issue. In your last a lengthy account of a meeting re the 'darkies' is given, and as it appears to   have been a remarkably one-sided meeting indeed, I venture to air the views of many of those who have to "pay the piper" by giving a resume of the other side. In the first place I believe the Aboriginal Protection Board or Society was formed or elected to look after the interests of the abo-   riginals only. Secondly, Is it not a fact that the pure blacks are the only aboriginals, and when the children of such people come into the world with light skins and various shades of hair, ranging from pale brown to light flaxen, is it right or just to grant to these people aboriginal privileges? Thirdly, is it not a fact that all monies for the support of all aboriginal sta- tions is gra...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. CHEESE 4½d to 6½d; butter (creamery) 10d, factory 9½d; eggs 9d to 10d ; bacon 8d to 9d; hams 9d to 9½d; fowls 2s to 4s ; ducks 2s 6d to 3s 6d. Nine certainties have been selected for the Australian eleven: Gregory,   Hill, Jones, Noble, Kelly, Darling, Trumble, McLeod, and Worrall. Major Wardill has been appointed   manager. The vacancy in the stipendiary bench has been filled by the appoint- ment of G. H. Wiltshire. A deputy will be appointed in the place of Mr.   Addison, who shortly leaves the colony on a holiday trip. There is no fresh clue regarding the Melbourne Boot Box tragedy. The search in the body for poison revealed nothing. Mr. M. S. Love has been appointed   stipendiary magistrate.   A shocking murder and outrage was committed at Gatton, Queensland, on Monday night last. Two sisters, named Norah and Ellen Murphy, aged 27 and 19 years respec...

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CONCERT AND SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 December 1898

CONCERT AND SOCIAL ON Boxing night the concert and social in aid of the Church of England choir fund, which has been anticipated   with much pleasure by the Cobargo   people came off in the School of Arts. The evening was a beautiful moonlight one, and whatever fears were enter- tained by the promoters as to the success of the entertainment were quickly set at rest when large numbers   of people were seen making their way   to the building, filling the hall to the doors. The chair was taken by the Vicar, the Rev. G. Soares, and after some appropriate prefatory remarks by that gentleman, during which he apologised for the absence of Miss   Bate and Mr. McMillan, the concert was opened by Miss Graham playing an overture on the piano in good style. Mr. Boot followed with the song " The Romany Lass" was recalled and sang "My Courage now Regaining." Miss   Nora Allen, the popular contralto, re- ceived quite an ...

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, DECEMBER 30, 1898 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 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 30, 1898 IT is not too much to say that since the memorable battle of Referendum Day, when the Commonwealth Bill was accepted by overwhelming majori- ties in the other colonies, and a sub-   stantial majority of the electors of New South Wales (although by the imposition of an undemocratic mini mum vote it was technically lost), the people would seem to have lost that enthusiasm for the great movement which signalised the period imme- diately preceding the historical vote on the 3rd June last. This apparent indifference, we feel confident, should not be taken as an indication of de- cline in public estimation of the mighty cause; for, though its light may wane and flicker, yet the articu- late pulsations of the national move- ment can no more be hushed into complete silence than can the liberty- l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 January 1899

Mr. Barton is evidently of opinion that the safest way of dealing with the disturbed Federal question is to keep it in tbe custody of the people and aa far as possible out of the "hands of politicians. He is anxious that no disaster should overtake "(he move ment. Bather than the conferetioe of Premiers should result in jail are, he trusts thit provision would be made to enable the people to. again 4fe»ptly select their delegates to deal wii.h the Federal problems. PRINTED and publishes hy WiLtiiM Boot^ sole proprietor, *t his reei-t-fed Printing Office Moruya Road, Cohargo, in the Colony of New Fouth Wales.'• T

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 January 1899

CHTOCE SEEVT0ES. SITINB FRPVIOKP ■will bo conducted in the district &s lollows. BOilAN VATBOLIO. Mbsb ep'ebrated a( 8.30 n.m xnd 11."6 a.m. ereiy Suuday at Cobnrgo. JtveniDg devotions every Sunday at 7.30 (p/m. J. J. O'BEILLY. CHURCH OF EWGLAKD. J:>D. 8—Ti,ba Tilba, 11 a m ; Bermagu (F.C.)2,30 p.m; Cobaijjo, 7.30 p,m Jan. 8 —fobargo 11 ; U'andeUa 2.30 ; Qu ama 7.30. M. WALKKR.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 January 1899

ASH TON'S Grand—-Circus WILL ARRIVE AT COBAEGO. Monday, 9th January TILBA TILBAi Tuesday, 10th Jannary, . BODALLAv Thursday, 12ih Ja<u ary MOEUYAj Satur^ny, 14 th inst. (Our Jul ilee Year—inaugurated 1848 and have been running for 50 years wiihout a break. The oldest Circus in Australia. Bigger. 'K Erighter, Better than ever. Walt for the big Show DON'T BE GULLED BY ANY OTHER. tncf>mpar«blv the Bitteest, Bect, and Sqoarest Union of Popular In struction and Amusement ever BPe, tier*1, or that will come wain, gtvi> g: absolute assurance of STRANGE I AMAZING and INSTRUCTIVE MGHT8 and highly trail ed stud of: TRICK HORSES and PONIKS, ! ead«-d hy SU LTAN Great Taking — Howe. Sole. Proprietor. ... Mr. Jas, Ashton Treasurer Madani E. Afehton Equestrian Director 4£ Mr F/Aeliton Musical Director, Herr Ton M. Edhen H.H.LINGARD, Repreef-ntetive. COBARGO SCHOOL OF AHTS. THE tiSual motlthly Oommittpe iiifi-tint of tt e above will be hfld «n TUESDAY EVENING NliXT, 10th inst., at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 January 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 January 1899

Has a full assortment in all Departments for t&e SUMMER SEASON —AND—' Prints, Muslins, & Summer Fabrics ' •—tN ENDLESS VARIETY— iRiibbofisand Cloves WHICH WE LEAD 'sarc d Boys' C I-bth in g, IMen's arid Boys' Straw and Felt Hats, (Boots and Slices, •- *« «. ■ i«f • •« . Tobacco and Cigarettes. plums & Currants, ' , j , Sultanas, Figs, Dales, Candied Peels. Tinned Fruits. Essences, &c. Com awd Chaff, Bran and Pollard. Stationery sumS F&irey Goods. - : —A EEAtraSFUI, ASS0KTM9EM' OIP— ICROCKERT & GLASSWARE, WaW Paper, ■&c», If V^/'.-1 Tinware & Imnfntmg-ery, fewdless Variety... •' : ^^^^t<^t^|rMicines, and H©rs® JVIedictnef. >.*n '-ii ?■.;■'j ; . _,»3 . - |^|^I^ROCK^:FHfdES. -ALL ROUND. 1898 XMAS -XMAS 1898 Bead this Offer—FOR THIS MONTH ONLY. GOT,p & SILVEH (Hull Marked) JKWTCLI.EKY given awav for noihing rp a XMAS BOS. Jxi older tt>*>ncoir«ge J alrone during this Jet?five fPBgf.u »od to aho •....

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 January 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. D-ysof h j ■ i sim | mi m'"*n w>'k j mnmh hi<p 1 | riw»* Friday tfatcr AT f-UKDT U'SDAY tukbdat w'D*^DI | 9hv«{><y .1 | J»n 1 •'• fi1 4 62 i 7 1 4 53 4 *4| 4 55 | 56 67 i 4 58 | 81 91 10 | 11 12

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NEW YEAR'S DAY. Bermagui Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 January 1899

NEW YEAR'S DAY. Bermagui Sports. USHERING in the new year comes the usual sporting season, when for a week,   at least, all are uneasiness in endeavor- ing to contribute to the general har- mony and rejoicing, and the little cares and worries of business are forgotten. And in this respect New Year's Day of 1899 was no exception, notwith- standing that the severe drought from which the distiict is now suffering has not, like the year in which it had its     birth, become a thing of the past. Al-   though our gaze is not met with the pleasing prospect of abundant natural and agricultural fodder as is usual at this time of the year, yet the people seem to have all been of one mind, in making New Year's Day one of pleas- ure and recreation. To Bermagui on the 1st January go the great bulk of Cobargo pleasure- seekers, and to that place belongs the   honor of consistently contributing a day's outing that must always com- ma...

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THE Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 January 1899

THE Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON THE WEATHER. THINGS do go so contrary like with me. I wanted to sit upon an especially novel, out-of-the-way subject for one of these articles. " I will write one paper about something altogether new," I said to myself; " something that no- body else has ever written or talked about before; and then I can have it all my own way." And I went about for days, trying to think of something of this kind; and I couldn't. And Mrs. Cutting, our charwoman, came yesterday—I don't mind mentioning her name, because I know she will not see this book. She would not look at such a frivolous publication. She never reads anything but the bible and "Lloyd's Weekly News." All other   literature she considers unnecessary and sinful. She said: "Lor', sir, you do look   worried." I said : "Mrs. Cutting, I am trying   to think of a subject, the discussion of which will come upon the world in the nature of a startler— some subjec...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 January 1899

THEY SAY:   That as the Swiveller colt party       affect not to understand the import of   a par in our last issue we will put it in   plainer language.   That the backers of Nix are pre-     pared to run the Swiveller colt for any   distance with any weight for £20.   That the public decline to accept the     transparently malicious interpretation   of anything in our columns by individ-     uals who would if they could pitch the   "Chronicle" and its editor to hades ;   and   That we don't wear "number 10's"     but have at the same time a fair grip   of Cobargo.   That Cecrops, a well-known hurdler   has in Bega numerous admirers, who   aver he is a better hor...

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The Thromicle For the cause that lacks assistance, For the [?] that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 January 1899

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, JANUARY 6 1899.     LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. WILLIAM BOOT has ccommenced the   business of auctioneer and general   commission agent. THE second round of Association cricket will commence on the 14th     instant. So far for the senior trophy   Tilba has been unbeaten.   SEVERAL new buildings have recently been erected in Bermagui. Mr. J. Walker has found it necessary   to add to his accommodation by put- ting up a large room opposite his store for the reception of produce and other big parcels, WE are always on the warpath for subscribers but we do not, wish to foist our paper on any body, and have even accepted the return of the 4th and 5th issues, but our patience has been ex- hausted by one or two unrea...

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WOMAN AND HOUSE-CLEANING [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 January 1899

WOMAN AND HOUSE-CLEANING A WOMAN feels as if she has missed her destiny in some way if she has not arranged the cleaning-season so as to take in one wet, miserable Sunday. There is not a woman living who has the honesty to admit she likes to clean houses. She realizes just how despicable it is, just how much misery it inflicts on those about her. That is the reason she dare not come out out openly before the world, and boldly confess what is really a fact. No stove is to be put up until the house is cleaned : it is immaterial what the weather is. And, in the week the rejuvenating is going on, a man has more misery thrust upon him, and fil- tered through him, than it. would seem possible for one human being to hold. What strikes a man as being almost supernaturally remarkable is the fact that house-cleaning and the line storm invariably strike the earth at one and same time. He can't very well protest against the heavens ; and he well knows there is no earthly use of argu- ing the ma...

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OUR TELEGRAMS (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 January 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday, CHEESE, 4½d to 6½d per lb; butter, creamery, 9½d, factory, 8½d per lb; eggs, 7d to 8d per doz; bacon, 5d to 8d per lb ; hams, 9d to 9½d per lb;   fowls, 1s 9d to 3s 6d per pair; ducks, 2s to 3s per pair. The Minister for Agriculture yester- day conferred with the Chief Inspector of Stock on the subject of the tick   plague now spreading southward. In the opinion of the stock authorities   here no further precautions can be taken against the plague than inocu- lating cattle on the border. The Queensland Premier says New South Wales is responsible for the   delay in connection with the Federal   movement. A distant shock of earthquake was felt last night in Orange, lasting for several seconds. On Tuesday night Mrs. Lane was burned to death at her residense Wal- halla, Victoria, the charred remains   were found under the bed, the de- ceased was...

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THE FURY OF LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 January 1899

THE FURY OF LOVE. AT Petersham, during last week, an infuriated lover named Briggs, mur- dered two women, one his lover, and the other his lover's grandmother. With strange appropriatness the account of the tragedy in one of the morning papers is followed by a report on "Insanity in New South Wales,' giv-   ing official figures with regard to the precautions taken in the colony against madmen. The throwing together of the two items cannot but suggest the question : 'Why on the one hand is   vast expense incurred for the restraint of lunacy, while on the other hand every effort is made to fester the one   most particularly dangerous and mis- chievous form of mania known to civilisation ? Why is the lunatic asy- lum built with one hand and the 'love   story' circulated with the other ? There are at present 3957 insane per- sons under official care in the colony, and the provision for them of food, shelter, clothing and medical attend...

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BEGA DISTRICT JOCKEY CLUB. Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 6 January 1899

BEGA DISTRICT JOCKEY CLUB. Annual Meeting. THE Bega Annual Races, which have been anticipated with considerable anxiety for the past few weeks, came   off on Monday and Tuesday last. The     weather was fine and warm, but the   heat of the sun's rays was consider-     ably tempered by a gentle sea breeze. The course was heavy in many places,   large deposits of sand having been made by the February flood. The     ground and saddling paddock were   also covered in the same way, the consequence being very unpleasant, for the sand when disturbed by the horses' or spectators' feet was wafted   into the eyes of those who happened to be to windward. With a good   season this inconvenience will no doubt disappear, for grass will have grown over the greater portion of it. The attendance was good as shown by the takings ; first day, gate ...

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