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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 January 1899

'Let me think !' she continued,   pressing her haud to her forehead, and urging her woman's wit, if ever it had served her in her life to serve her now. A glorius thought struck her. 'Yes,   that will do ! 'she cried aloud. 'I can manage it. I am sure I can,   only'—looking appealingly at him— 'you must let me tell another person.   'You mean your uncle?' he said,     and hope died out of his face. Well he knew that George Champion would never suffer an escaped convict to find shelter for one single moment beneath his roof. Sternly honourable, a stick- ler for law by nature, a martinet to the backbone, and a magistrate to boot, he would deem it his duty to hand him over to the authorities ; and that duty would be performed at any cost. 'No ; not my uncle, 'Olive hastened to assure him, for she was quick to see his change of countenance. 'Only my   old nurse, who is now my maid. She will do wha...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

oavncs SERVICES. ■; fllVINE SKHY10KR Vrill'te eon lucted in I J I he distiict as follows. ROMAN CATUOLI''. Mim ee'ebrated 1(145830 a. m oniUl I. 5 a.m. exery Pundny at Oobirgo. ' Evening devotion* *cvery Suiirtny at'. ^7 50 J. 3. <VOT1U,Y. ' CHURCH OF KKGLA.KD. " Tub 6—CnlM'C" IS ignmn's Creek Z30 ;"l'i 6:i;'?.30. '■0. "FOaBK^. WliSCEYi.JJ. Fell. 5— ihir !>)i 15 ; Berrna^ui 2.30 ; Cebargn 7.30. Al. WAlKBB.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

MR. CLEAR!, dentist, OF 5YDTiEY, Will Visit Cobargo on SATURDAY NEXT, 4th INSTANT. Consultation at Graham's Hotel. COBARGO A. P. and H. SOCIETY. Wim£h MmwmmI SHOW. 21st& 22nd March. THOS. KENNELLY, Secretary. COBARGO A. P. and H. SOCIETY. TENDERS -will be received np to SATURDAY, 11th FEBRU A.RY, -at 8 p.m. from persons willing to PROVIDE A luncheon on BOTH DAYS of the Cobargo Show. The Society undertakes to provide nil cutlery, crockery, &c. Full particulars on application to ' T. KENNELLY, Sec. "WATTLE BARK. TENDERS will he received up1;o the 10th INSTANT for the PUR CHASE of the Wattle Bark on *ay. Ilia warn bra paddock. D. TARLINTON, - Breadbatoura. Cobargo Progress Committee. Meeting Monday next, 6th proximo. WILLIAM BOOT, Hon. See. LOST. LOST a GOLD RING with large . Stone Setting. Finder rewarded on return to ■ff, T. KEATING, Post Office Hotel, Cobargo.. -COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE COMPART. LIMITED THE leading FIRE OFFICE IN AUSTRALIA* Capital £2,500,000 Accum...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

Important Notlcc. ALL SUBSCRIBERS r.ho do BOu receive fh:-ir papw RF-OU IABLY trill oblige, by REPORTING TIIK FACT At this office.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. 'Dj?9 of iJie I Pay of ] Son | fun I Moon W«k. I Month j Ristg | >o'8 | ltieee Friday, I t'ATUllOAY Sunday. 1 'MONDAY j TClr9dav 1 Vdbesd'y I tbussday I Feb 3I 5 IS I 7 0 1 10 fio „ 4) 5 20 } 7 0 j 11 41 „ 51 5 21 J 6 59 I A M 6 | 5 22 I 6 :• 8 | 12 34 „ 7 | 5 23 i 0 57 | 1 36 „ 8 5 2* j G 59 j 2 44 „ 9 j 5 25 0 55 | 3 66

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

BOOT'S Indigestion Cure. WHAT PEOPLEIS&r. Mr. Charles Owen, Survey Office, Lands Department, Sydnoy, » rites:;— Dkab Fib.—I have picture and oor.fi. drnee in tebtifying to the value of your lKW6i-'8tlOK Celts. Having Lerii a victim 1o Ir.digettion foi yearn, 1 tried iour ren-twiy ft nil after nrin four b ttles of'it obtained great relief, not on I; in an lnnigestion point of view, but »n m >ny aiWntg, such cs Flatulence, Heartburn, Acidity, etc., inci dent thereto, did I find it oflicociouB. Mr. T. B. Pkrry, J.P., of the well-known fiwn of Dent -and Perry, Conrumsion Agents, 151 Sussex Street, Sydney, writes :— I have been a rufferer for-some Hine from Indigestion, and n friend advised me to try Boot's iNnlGtSTiON Cnne. I have tnkeii three b ttlee-and tm happy to say I am quite cared, mid 1 'do rfeally th:nk that forli an t®e tna'. cuie & mine has bren fihou'd be ci misted thioogh utiho length and brea-'th < f he land. You can make use of this how yon p...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

COBARGO HOTEL. EVERYTHING AS ZT 070SS TO BE. IJtiGEM1 MME 11 On the Coast. EXTENSIVE STABL1WJ. EXPERIENCED GROOM. Ulawarra Steam Navi gation Company. A STEAMER WILL LEAVE— SYDNKYcviry MONDAY aud Vi'EUNKS TaY, at nonn. EDEN evpiy TFKDSKPDaY at 8 n.m. ami SAI'i'UDAY*at G an. MKIilMHI I,A •sii WKPXKMMV «t 8.flQ a.m. ari'l SaTUBDAY at 7 30 a.m. 1'ATHUA same day* at t y.in. ItKHMAGUI, WKDNli DAY aud PAXOKDaY at 4 pm. Pel mngui farea ~ Salnnn 25s j return 40« : s etrage I2< Od ; return 20 . Kb -charge fur meals ou board during tlie paesagc. A. V. TURNER, Manager. A. D. Bums, General Blacksmith. Krery kind of wo>t done on tlve Sbor'*)st Notice and guaranteed to grve every Satisfac lion. BOOTHAKING. T. J , Bint aid Skcioaktr, COBARCO. T. 3. TV. wislioB to inform tlie PPRLTC of COBAI GO and District that ALL- WORK entiusted lOvhim will be exented ■vtitb ca 0, and in the makinp-up on y the fcESI M ATKHIALS will be used. AT the above FstatiKsliment all OHDRRP will meet with stric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

FANCY GOODS EBI PORIIM. FROPRIETOR |0R the CHRISTMAS PKAFCM, tie r Farcy G odJ Emporium 'il'i" a large assortment of n> tides mitable lor preterits Crockeiy And G lose ware, Lamps, Vasra, Mirrors Tube and Pocket Cutlpry (beet h nnds) Photo Fra • e«, celnolbngs, Hand-bugs School HrQllLitCi Itirllidiiy a'ud Christmas Cards Birthdey Books Cricketing Mnternl (l>c«t inak< r«) Ti y« of fvevy D« rription F*nry Poip Mid Perfumery Purser, Pouches Tipes tivcr mounted andb-usa Cigars ni d Cijjaret'.es BrusTii s, all Muds C 11 r 8 uds, Sleeve Link-, de fli'Cuits and Confectionery Rpzors, best brands Playing Cards Tobaccos popular b'ond' Fruit fiedt from Hy t:ty ra -rkot EVBl.Y LINK <30f T) VAI.UK For CIIRISTMA6 PhE8ENT8 uncquall. d in TOWN J. P» WALIvEH, MEDJCAL NOTICE. i. w.ITmmi Visi c TIf,BA T1LBA - very TUESDAY i, the week, re^ur ■iag toCOBARGO at fi p.ji .■ame day. The Federal Fork D. HENRY & SON, Blacksmiths, Wheelwrights, &c TfTE PROPRIKTOBS ha...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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THE Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON EATING AND BRINKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

THE Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON EATING AND DRINKING.   I ALWAYS was fond of eating and drink-       ing, even as a child—especially eating, in those early days. I had an appetite     then, also a digestion. I remember a   dull-eyed, livid-complexioned gentle-     man coming to dine at our house once.   He watched me eating for about five   minutes quite fascinated, seemingly, and then he turned to my father, with, "Does your boy ever suffer from dys- pepsia?"   "I never heard him complain of anything of that kind," replied my   father, "Do you ever suffer from   dyspepsia, Collywobbles?" (They called me Collywobbles, but it was not my real name)   "No pa," I answered. After which, I added, " What is dyspepsia, pa?"     My livid-complexioned friend regar- &am...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR Sydney CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS.   (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. WATTLE BARK : Good, firm, other sorts dull. Best chopped £7 10s to £8. Good £6 10s to £7 5s. Medium and light £5 to £6 7s 6d. Inferior £3   10s to £4 15s. Cheese 4d to 5½d. Butter—Creamery 9d, factory 8½d. Eggs 11d to 1s. Bacon 5d to 8d. Hams 9d to 9½d. Fowls 1s 6d to 3s. Ducks 1s 9d to 2s 6d. At the Premier's Conference yester- day no further progress was made with the financial difficulty. Sir George Turner says that the Conference has got into a complete tangle over the matter, but something tangible is ex- pected to eventuate to -day, and there is every prospect of the Conference completing its labors by the end of the   week.     At the Yarra tragedy inquest yes- terday, Dr. Neild reiterated his opinion that the death of the girl Mabel Ambrose was due to suffocation, and added that he did not think it a case of wilful murder because he could not s...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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CORRESPONDNCE. (TO THE EDITOR COBARGO CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR COBARGO CHRONICLE.) Sir,—Referring to your lines con- cerning my cricket team, I beg to inform you that I simply intend to manage the show. I am still looking out for a suitable wicket-keeper, and I make free to offer the billet to you. If, standing behind the wicket, you could turn your head a bit to the right or left, your nose or dividing range could infallibly prevent any ball, even a football, from passing. Yours faithfully, TEUTONICUS. [We are glad of the above "copy"   and modestly accept " Teutonicus' " compliment to our nasal development, which, according to physiognomists, denotes desirable mental qualities that are never associated with phenomenal abdominal proportions and a proboscis like a dab of sealing wax.—ED.]

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MORUYA, (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THE longed-for Coila races were held on Anniversary Day. Providence had been kind and blessed race-goers and picnickers with lovely weather. The races had been the all-absorbing topic of conversation for some time, and many attempts were made to pick the double, but judging by the smiles   of our local "bookies" after the big     money had been run for, the efforts were evidently not very, successful. Moruya turned out in great force, all the available coaches being packed, while a number of those people who would probably be late for the resur- rection missed the bus. The attend- ance numbered about 800, all the ad- joining centres being represented. Mr. M. Keating had the right of attend- ance on the thirsty ones and judging from the frequent visits of some patrons their thirst must have been of a per- manent variety. The usual games were in evidence, Jimmy with the air gun, the'bloke' with the red white ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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ASSOCIATION CRICKET MATCH. Cobargo v. Tilba, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

ASSOCIATION CRICKET MATCH. Cobargo v. Tilba. A SECOND grade cricket match was played on Saturday last between Tilba and Cobargo on the beautiful Wallaga Lake ground, which resulted in a win for the home team with 4 wickets to spare. The day was beautifully fine a gentle sea breeze tempering the sun's rays. The game was commenced about 11.30. Mr. G. Campbell marshalled the Cobargo forces while J. Hapgood did similar duty for the home team. Messrs. W. Boxsell and W. Boot um- pired for the Tilba and Cobargo elevens respectively, and as neither had occa- sion to give a l.b.w. decision against the batsman they had a quiet time. The duties of scorers, judging from the appearance of the book, seems to have passed through many hands. Cobargo won the toss and took the wickets, Campbell and O'Toole opening. The former took block and Rus Boxsell sent down a ball which the captain knew nothing about and who has stopped many a ?bt' was once more   equal to the occasion, putting on 1...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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COILA ANNUAL RACES, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

COILA ANNUAL RACES. THE Coila annual races came off on Anniversary Day and were in every way a pronounced success. The course is situated on the shores of Coila Lake and within a short distance of the Pacific ocean, and the numerous oak trees which grow on the shores of the river provided a grateful shade for the holiday makers, and at lunch time this blessing was specially appreciated. From an early hour people began to arrive from the surrounding centres, Moruya and Bodalla of course supply- ing the largest complement, while Cobargo, Nerrigundah, Mogo, Bate- man's Bay and other places were well represented, and at the time the sport began there must have been quite 700 people on the ground. A very large proportion of the number were ladies, who were tastefully and gaily dressed, and their presence was one of the most pleasing features of the meeting, re- lieving that monotony that invariably exists between the events. Then the Moruya band with its well played   select...

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UNPUNISHED CRIMES. Murder of a Ballet Danger. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

UNPUNISHED CRIMES. Murder of a Ballet Dancer. AN English writer says 'that the his-   tory of crime presents many instances of evil deeds the perpetration of which remains,shrouded in mystery. Doubt- less, in proportion to the number of crimes committed, that of the un- punished crime is small indeed, but still it is sufficiently large to, encourage wrong-doers by suggesting the possi- bility of escape from the penalty of their offences.' This writer evidently knows little about the history, of crime in Australia: perhaps in no country on the face of the globe are so many unpunished crimes, reported. The failure, in many cases, to sheet home crime to the criminal is due mainly to the fact that once the police get hold of a theory, nothing can divert their attention from it. Once a suspect has been arrested, the police consider that their duty has ended, whether a conviction be secured or   not. In the Burton-street murder, for which Archer was hanged, the p...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. 'W. I." MORUYA.—Your paper is   posted regularly. If the blame rests with the Postal Department your end is in fault. THE annual general meeting of the subscribers to the Bermagui School of Arts has been postponed to Wednesday, 8th instant, when it is hoped members will turn up in good force, to transact the important business in hand—to receive the annual report and elect officers for the year. THE following are the respective teams to take part in the match on Saturday, at Cobargo :—Dry River, J. and M. Walsh, Will, John, Ernest,   and W. D. Tarlinton, Tom and Dan Inskip, Barrett, Goodsell, and Hyland.   Cobargo:—Frank, Alick, and T. J. Tarlinton, Boyd, Meeke, O'Toole, An- netts, Henry, Martin, M. O'Reilly, and Campbell. Emergency Keating.   "M. L." BODALLA.—Your paper is     posted regularly every week and must go astray in your local post office. THE racehorse Waltzer, the prope...

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TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT)   I WAS at Bermagui the other day when the steamer was there, and watched the process of shipping pigs, which was highly interesting. First the big horse box—6 x 4 and six feet high— was hoisted on the truck, making it three feet higher ; the whole concern was then run along to the pig pens, where some half-dozen " shellbacks" proceeded to toss the pigs up into this box, swinging them on to the edge and letting them fall into it—whop.   Presently they got hold of an extra large fellow, fully two hundred weight, and after several desperate efforts, and many heartbreaking squeals from the "grunter" he was finally landed on the top, but instead of falling into the box, he landed on his head on the wharf, and there he lay stiff, but he was eventually got in, as he couldn't kick any more. Time was too pressing to make two trips, so they rammed them in six or seven deep, and swung the whole affair on board-and tumbled the...

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

CHAPTER IV.   Mr. Champion started out as soon as he had finished breakfast the next morning. The moment he was fairly gone, his niece ordered the pony phateon to be brought round, declining the attend- ance of a groom, which she would scarcely have dared to do in her uncle's hearing. Here.hands were perfectly steady as   she took the reins ; her look was brave and calm. She knew how much de- pended on her, and was resolved that no weakness of hers should cause the enterprise to fail. She drove through the grounds at a brisk pace until she came within sight of the dismantled summer-house, once an anchorite's cell, which had been pointed out to her from,her window by Janet, who had already thoroughly ex- plored the place. Her heart beat fast as she saw a   figure in the doorway which she knew   to be Trevor, disguised as Janet. He left the summer house, and came towards the phaeton. She stopped it, made room for him beside her, then...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 1899

THEY SAY: That the Bega people intend invit- ing the Premier to their Show and having a live weight guessing Compe- tion, with G.H.R. as the subject of the guess.   That the Show will be a compara- tive success if the people will work unanimously for that object.   That a Race Club on a sound foot-   ing will be established in Cobargo at an early date. That the well appointed Wallaga Lake cricket ground should have a few common seats erected for the con- venience of the players when taking lunch; and That a small supply of table cutlery   would also be useful when poultry forms part of the menu. That a certain juvenile cornet player the other night entertained his best girl with a few selections, and she ex- pressed herself as charmed with his perfect "lipping." That one of the shooters at the Munglebar wallaby drive was enquiring for a boy to accompany him in the ex- pedition—one that wouldn't be missed preferred. That the habit t...

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For the casuse that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. The Chronicle. For the came that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. COBANGO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 February 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, FEBRUARY 3, 1899. FOR many months the Committee of the Cobargo A. P. and H. Society, because of the severe drought, have been unable to arrive at any definite decision with reference to holding a Show this year. Of course, the ave- rage outsider who assumes no respon- sibility, but dons his best suit, pays his "bob," and walks right in, could   see no difficulty in the matter. He would have the Show at any cost, especially if he happened to have a good bunch of carrots or a big pump- kin. But how many of these "Show at any'price" individuals will come forward and plank down their mem- bership fee, to say nothing about giving special prizes. Very few, we opine. At the meeting of the Com- mittee on Monday last this was the whole burden of the complaint of several speakers, and as Mr. Street pertinently put i...

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