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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

OETTR0B SEEVJOBS. "TirflNBTBrKTiCKS Trill fce conducted in J the district as follows. BOM AN C4.THOU3. Mass -celebrated at 8.30 a.id and 11.'5 a.m. every Sunday at Cobargo. {Evening devotions eve^y Sunday at V.30 p.m. J. J. O'BEIIXY. OHOBCH OF ENGLAND. ' Jau 29—Cobargo 11; Qaaama 2 30; Bcr* Biagui 7.30. G. SOABE8. ttesletam. Jan 29—Bermairai 11; Central Tiiba 2.30 ; Cobargo 7.30. M. WALKEB.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

LOST. A BLACK GREYHOUND with grey muzzle at Berniagui. Findt-r will be rewarded on return to ROBERT WELSII, " Wacdolla. WANTED TTTAN EH prim - TAflLK FOWL I \ in any qimiuiiy. JAMEs GRAHAM, Cohar.o Hotel. 4Dur B'prr** taive MR. H. BLACKSTON Wi'l wait upon onr customer at 'e^u -r in* tv s, wiie s <i< eiti wil- rec ive pr mp and or.fu atte:i i n J. CARROLL &CO. PRODUCE MAKT. COBARGO CHAFF. MAXZB. . mm M WSiAan. and 00.0 a SB ALWAYS ON EASD. - ALSO ALL WORK in Mir TINSMITH'S T RAI)E executed in lirs'-elass at vie. William Boot. BERMAGUI! BERMAGUI! ! —IMPORTANT— Clearance Sale —OS— Wednesday, 15th Feb. at 1.30 SHARP. "VjrrlLLlAM BOOT haB roccived VY instructions from Mr. J. C. Framp<on to sell by public auction as abovfl, I/TVE ST00K - EOTERIOR H0TJSE ZOir FTOUITTOE - M A &2TITI OBKT CVTLSRT - HEW SIGH-CLASS S7LZ7 & EARKSS3-SIT0aS» UTENSILS, fee-, AS PARTICULARISED BELOW: Handsoiu" "Walnut Tatile Superior Walnut Chiffonier (with g...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. ji-v-i "f lis | pny i-f | 8un | fun ■\voik | jumih | rises j • els fiiiday ( J ah i' | ."•atuhi-aV | ssi m soit i -9 i monday | . ::o i lul'sd.m i .. 31 i V USF-n v ) fib J Till" ho .r | , 2: 5 lii 5 J 3 0 u 5 15 fl uj 5 17 S 18

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

. Wanted.—A conacfence, by uuu - about to take part in Public Matters in Oentral Tilba. Must be well shrunk and elastic. Apply, *1 TitueB " Office.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

Important Noticc, * LL HlJnSCiwP.IiRS who not. J\_ vp.':> is'" 111 ir j-n.ppr RV. J TT LA ELY will oblige hv P. E PORTING Tills PAf T af I hi", tifi'ioo.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

BOOT'S Indigestion Cure, WHAT PEOPLE SAY Ma. 'Chaklf.s Owen, Survey Office, Lands Department, Sydney, -writes:— IDe&'B SlB.—I hfiTe pleapure and confi dence in teBtif.yi.ng to tlio value of your inuisfcfition cuke. Having been a ■victim to Indigestion for years, I tried four remedy, nndtffter uein four b >ttles of it obtained great relief, not only in sn Indigestion point of view, but ir. rainy ailments, such as Flatulence, Heartburn, Acidity, etc., inci> flent thereto, did I find it <eflieaciuus. Mr. T. B. Perky, -J.P., of the well-known firm of Dent and Perry, Commission Agents, 151 Sussex Street, Sydney, writes:— I bare been a sufferer for some l ime from Indigestion, and a friend advised me to try Boot's Indighstion Cube. 1 have taken tbree b ttles and am happy to say 1 am quite cored, and 1 -do really think that (such an effectual 'cure < s mine has been should be circulated through ut the length and breadth of the land, You'can make uee of t...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

THE Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON BABIES. OH yes, I do—I know a lot about 'em, I was one myself once—though not long, not so long as my clothes. They were very long, I recollect, and always in my way when I wanted to kick. Why do babies have such yards of un- necessary clothing ? It is not a riddle.   I really want to know. I never could understand it. Is it that the parents are ashamed of the size of the child, and wish to make believe that it is longer than it actually is ? I asked a nurse once why it was. She said— "Lor', sir, they always have long   clothes, bless their little hearts." And when I explained that her an- swer, although doing credit to her feelings, hardly disposed of my diffi- culty, she replied— "Lor', sir, you wouldn't have 'em in   short clothes, poor little dears? And   she said it in a tone that seemed to   imply I had suggested some unmanly outrage.   Since then, I have felt ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOUNT DROMEDARY—PAST AMD PRESENT. THE MINING INDUSTRY. (FOR THE Chronicle.) CONCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

MOUNT DROMEDARY—PAST AND PRESENT. THE MINING INDUSTRY. (For the Chronicle.) [By Yarraman.] CONCLUDED. AFTER leaving Mr. Collings at No. 5   your reporter turned his face south- ward towards Bayley's, It is a pleas-   ant walk of a mile and a half to   Bayley's battery from No. 5. Mr. Bayley was just leaving the drive and     in answer to the writer's inquiries he received an invitation to dinner. This   was accepted with pleasure but it was 'no go.' Mr. Bayley did not absolutely     refuse to provide copy for the " Chron- icle " but his information was of a kind   that would not look well in the columns   of that paper. But the writer took it all out in gooseberries, real English     gooseberries, the finest in the district.   The garden about the house contained many bushes of these, and each bush   was...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT ) ABOUT two hundred points of rain have fallen since last Friday to time of writing and there is every appearance of more. Although late coming, it is not too late for the dairymen to make provision for the winter, there is al- ready a green appearance all round. A mixed team of local cricketers wended their weary way through mud to Dignam's Creek last Saturday, but owing to the fact that it was raining up to 10 o'clock and the heavy nature of the roads they did not reach the ground until twenty minutes after starting time, and Dignams forthwith claimed the match, but after plenty "talky talky" agreed to play under     protest. If Tilba established the high-   est record score the previous Saturday, I think they can confidently claim the distinction of also holding the lowest record for this season, for their first innings produced 23 runs with 9 men, Knapp coming out on top with 7 runs, the Constable br...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

MISCELLANEOUS. The oldest steam engine in the   world has just gone off duty, after       working one hundred and twcnty-one     years. It was built in 1777. It is said that the Pooe not long ago prophesied that he, Gladstone, and   Bismarck would die within a short time of each other. Harrow has a record which no other public school can beast, in that it has       produced five Prime Ministers during the present century. Mamma : 'It is very naughty to     tell lies, Eva. People who do so     don't go to Heaven.' Eva: 'Did   you ever tell a lie, mamma?' Mamma :   'No, dear, never.' Eva : 'Won't you       be fearful lonely in Heaven, mamma, with only George Washington ?   The demand for the revised version   of the ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES and SKETCHES from the TILBAS. (Written for the Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

NOTES and SKETCHES from the TILBAS. BY TYRO. (Written for the Chronicle.) AH ! t'was weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth (but mostly gnashing of teeth) in 'Centrilba' when late in   the afternoon of the 24th the wires thrilled with a message of dire import. And then 'twas spread abroad that the A.B.C. House was not to have its license, Oh my ! What sorrowful faces! What anathemas upon the anti-pub crowd, and what vows of vengeance! All the conscience-gruelling of the last month or two was in vein, and there remained 'nothing but leaves'—   leaves scattered here and there by the cold and cutting breath of public opinion. Oh! it was sad to think of ! We were so confident, so certain of our pub—no one could take it from us. And now, when we should be galloping on with lightning speed, shedding the clear, pure light of ardent spirits around us, we find our- selves with a saddle and bridle of excellent quality— but minus our horse. Down flat on the hard un...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.   AT the Central Tilba Police Court on Thursday, 19th inst., Messrs. Crapp     and Boxsell were granted a license for   a coach to carry 7 passengers, to ply   between Central Tilba and Bermagui,   Bega and Moruya.   AT the Candelo Police Court on   Friday last a man named Thomas   Goward was committed for trial on a   charge of carnally knowing a child   under the age of 15 years.     THE application for a license for the   A.B.C. hotel at Central Tilba which   came before the Moruya Licensing   bench on Tuesday last was disallowed. Mr. Bland appeared on behalf of the objectors. COBARGO meet Tilba in a second grade match on Saturday next on the Wallaga Lake ground. The following players will do battle for Tilba :—T. and G. Southam, R. and K. Boxsell, C. ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COBARGO PROGRESS COMMITTEE Inaugural Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

COBARGO PROGRESS COMMITTEE Inaugural Meeting. THE first meeting of the newly-formed Progress Committee was held at the School of Arts on Monday evening     All the members were present, the President, Mr. F. G. Roberts, J. P., in the chair. The chairman made a short inaugu- ral address, congratulating the town and district upon once more having a Progress Committee—an institution     that had always done good service in the past. Many of the most impor- tant structures, and the improved con-   dition of many of our roads were   secured through the energy and organised effort of the Progress Com-   mittee. There were thousands of pounds being expended year after   year on the public works of the colony, and we should see that our own district got its share of the spoil. Moreover, we would speak with greater force and authority through the medium of a body chosen by the people, and ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

THEY SAY: THAT one of our Cobargo grooms owns   a parrot that uses language of an un- printable character ; and   That police are undecided   whether to arrest the offending bird or   proceed by summons; and       That in any case the public insist upon the "langwidge" scourge being suppressed without regard to persons or birds. That the Dry River cricketers were naturally indignant at the Cobargo team not turning up on Saturday last; but That they were well compensated   for the disappointment by an exhibi- tion of fisticuff's by two representatives     of local cricketing families.   That a well known Tanto man who left his grey prad with a local black-   smith to be shod, caused much amuse- ment when he mounted another 'grey'   and was starting for home when the   knight of the anvil remonstrated. &am...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Friday.     IN the intercolonial cricket match, Victoria   v New South Wales, the latter have eight   out for 345 runs, Gregory 45, Noble 100,     Iredalr 98, Trumper 23, Donnan, 33 and Pye 20, both batting.     Burgess was brought before the Toowoomba Police Court yesterday. The charge of lar-   ceny was withdrawn and a fresh charge of vagrancy was immediately preferred. Bur-   gess in giving evidence said that he took a     job of grubbing a paddock the day before he was arrested. Accused was sentenced to   two months imprisonment in Brisbane gaol.   A powerful horse-gear pump has arrived for the purpose of emptying the numerous     waterholes along the route which Burgess is supposed to have taken, for the object of &...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A LOVER FROM Dartmoor. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

A Lover from Dartmoor. CHAPTER II. "You will see, " he said, quietly. "There is no protection for the convict ;   he is something lower than a slave," 'But to shoot you! Oh, it is too   horrible?'   She turned away her head. He felt, rather than saw, that her eyes were wet with tears. 'Nay, death is not the worst of evils,' he said, gently. 'A man who   is a man would face it a thousand times rather than drag out a life of tor- ture. Go back to Dartmoor I will not —that much is certain. Fortune has given tne the chance of making a fight for freedom, and, by Heaven ! I will use it.' He set his lips sternly ; his dark, brilliant eyes flashed, and yet, there was nothing of bluster in his look or tone, nothing more than a calm invin- cible determination. Olive turned to him, her eyes wet, her cheeks glowing, her whole look full of energy. 'You shall not be driven to that ! "   she cried, impetuously. 'If your &nbsp...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASSOCIATION TEST MATCH. Bega v. Cobargo [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

ASSOCIATION TEST MATCH. Bega v. Cobargo. THE first test match this year between the Southern Counties and Cobargo District Associations was played on Thursday last on the Cobargo Oval. A beautiful wicket had been prepared by the Association's secretary, Mr. T. J. Tarlinton, with Frank as a willing assistant, and the day being excep-   tionally suitable for the game, a large   assemblage witnessed the afternoon's play. W. Boxsell manœuvred the local team, and Champneys the visi- tors. The Tilba man won the toss, and sent the Bega men to the field,   Barrett and Will Tarlinton donning   the pads. The "Midget" took strike to Vin Tarlinton, who bowled from the   northern end, and placed him between   the wickets for a single, and a similar       number stolen from cover by Will     were the only results of the first over.   Cunningha...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TEE MURDER OF MARIA MARTIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

THE MURDER OF MARIA MARTIN. (BY OLD CHUM IN "TRUTH."   RECENT mention has been made in the columns of 'Truth' of the murder of   Maria Marten, a crime known in Eng- lish criminal annals as the murder at the Red Barn. The crime, an atro- cious one, attracted great attention at the time of discovery from the fact that the mother of the girl dreamed on many successive nights that her daughter had been murdered, and her body buried in the barn. The motive for the murder was one which it will be found was also the motive of the murder of the woman whose body was recently discovered floating in a shoe trunk on the Yarra at Melbourne—to get rid of a mistress. The scene of the tragedy was in Suffolk, an English county which has supplied Botany Bay with at least one historic personage, Margaret Catch- pole, and it was from the same criminal dock where Margaret on two occasions was sentenced to death that the last dread penalty was pronounced upon the murderer of Mar...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
For the cause lacks assistance, For the [?]crongs that need residance, For the future in the dislance, And the good that [?] can do. The Chronicle. For the cause that lacks assistamce For the wrong thta need residence For the future the in the distance, And the good that we can do. COBARGO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1899 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 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, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1899 THE Aborigines Station at Wallaga Lake frequently forms the subject of   Parliamentary roports, and at times the metropolitan newspapers refer in a hazy way to the Station, the number of blacks thereon, and in a general way to the cost of management. Coming nearer home no one seems to know the precise objects of the Station or exactly   how the expenditure thereon is allo- cated. There is a superintendent but no person appears to know, even approximately, what his duties are, and the actions of that individual do not betray this information. There is one thing certain, he draws his salary just like any other civil servant. This is only human. Occasionally the whole busi- ness serves as an occasion for wordy newspaper controversy with mutual recriminations, and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER 111 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

CHAPTER 111 JANET MUIR had been Olive's nurse from infancy, and she loved her as though she had been her own child. A heart-breaking thing it would have been to her if her young lady, as she ripened into woman-hood, had engaged anyone else to be her personal atten- dant. But Olive was far too loyal and loving to dream of doing any such thing. If Janet could not make dresses according to the latest fashion, there were plenty of dressmakers to be who could, and for all else there was no one half as clever, or a thousandth part as devoted, as the raw-boned, freckle-faced, Scotchwoman, who had cared for her ever since she was a tiny toddling child of two. It was this personage whom Olive woke up in the darkness of the early morning, and into whose ear she poured the tale of Robert Trevor's danger. At first Janet, roused from a deep, dreamless sleep, could not comprehend what it was she was being told. Then it dawned upon her bewildered brain that the runaway convict was not merely in th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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