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SCHOOL OF ARTS BERMAGUI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 February 1899

SCHOOL OF ARTS BERMAGUI. The annual general meeting of sub- scribers to the School of Arts, Berm- agui was held in the hall on the 8th inst, the president (Mr. Pass) in the chair. After the report and balance sheet were read and adopted, the presi- dent explained that being a candidate he could not act as chairman but prop- osed that Mr. A. Buchanan should   preside at the meeting which was seconded and carried unanimously. The following were elected: President, Mr. W. A. Pass; Vice Presidents, Messrs Frampton and T. Moorhead; Treasurer, J. A. Mcintosh, Secretary, W. F. Phillips; Committee: Messrs.   H. C. Christiansen, A. Lake, J. Morri-   son, J. P. Riley, T. Kennelly, W. Blackman and D. Dunsmore; Auditors A. Buchanan, W. Moorhead. A vote of thanks was accorded to Messrs. Kennelly and Mcintosh for their past services. A list of suggestions for the advancement of the institution was handed to the committee for consider- ation. A vote of thanks...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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THE Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON EATING AND DEINKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 February 1899

THE   Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON EATING AND DRINKING. Hunger is a luxury to us, a piquant, flavour giving sauce. It is well worth while to get hungry and thirsty, merely to discover how much gratification can be obtained from eating and drinking. If you wish to thoronghly enjoy your dinner, take a thirty-mile country walk alter breakfast, and don't touch anything till you get back. How your eyes will glisten at sight of the white table-cloth and steaming dishes then ! With what a sigh of content you will put down the empty beer tankard, and take up your knife and fork ! And how comfortable you feel afterwards, as you push back your chair, light a cigar, and beam round upon every- body. Make sure, however, when adopting   this plan, that the geod dinner is really to be had at the end, or the dis- appointment is trying. I remember once a friend and I—dear old Joe, it was. Ah ! how we lose one another in life's mist. It must be eight years since I las...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENEEAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 February 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. WE have to acknowledge receipt of a complimentary ticket for the Bega Show on the 1st and 2nd March. THE following are the Dry River teams for the matches named :— Against Dignam's (First grade) Bar- rett, E. J , W. J., E A., and W. D. Tarlinton, M. and J. Walsh, Nutley, D. and J. Inskip, E. Goodsell, and G. In- skip emergency. Against Tilba (second grade)—M. and J. Walsh, R. and E. Hyland, Nutley, Boyd, W. D. and D. Tarlinton, Dan, Tom, George, and James Inskip, (12th). Both matches to be played on the Dry River ground. REGRET—unfeigned regret, is just the word that expresses the feeling that pervaded the entire community when it became known that the Rev. J. J. O'Reilly was about to leave Co- bargo. The Reverend gentleman's duty was first to that section of the community to whose spiritual needs he was deputed to administer. The affectionate regret with which they view his departure is tacit testimony to the faithful discharge of so great a responsibility. ...

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A Lover from Dartmoor. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

A .Lover from Dartmoor. CHAPTER V. tn the middle of the room, sealed t>n an embroidered footstool, sat the personage for whose pleasure all this profusion was supposed to be intended —Sir John's little son and heir. He was a thin, pale child, o£ rather more than twelve months o'd, with intensely dark eyes, and a folenin look and manner. The darkness of liis eyes made the paleness of his skin the more apparent; the costly luces of his ftock could not disguise the fact that his little body waB scarce more than skin and bone. He was, however, singularly intelli gent for his age, and at sight of his father came towards him slowly but eagerly, and stretched out his thin, bony arms as an intimation that he wanted to be lifc< d up. Olive was fond of all children, and &he felt sorry for this poor pale mite, in spite of his grand nursery, and the fortune and title which wet e to be bis some day, if he lived long enough to care anything about them. She smiled sweetly at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

OEtfECH SERVICES. BIVIN'R SKIiVJOKfi will to con-luctod in ilio iJisliict as fallows. ROJMN CATHOU-". Mass w'elira'wl nl S.30 a.m mil 11, ,r) am. every Sunday at Cohirgo. Evening devotions every Sunday nt 7 30 p.m. J. J. O'BRll.liV. CIIL'UUH or KNQl.ASn. Fell. 19 —Coliargo 11 ; Bennngui 2 "i0 ; Ti tin 7.:to G. 80 IRKS. WE9LB*.<N. Feb, 19—Watidella II ; Quaama 2.30 Cofoirgo 7.39 M. WALKER.

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A NIGHT WITH THE BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

A NIGHT WITH THE BUSH RANGERS. I was on my way to Forbes, and puzzling my brains iis to how I could get an introduction to the gang of the day—Hall, Gilbert, O'Meally, Burke and Vane. I had arranged with the police at head-quat ters to pretend to be a squatter in soarcli of a mob of stolen horses. This would be a blind as to the real cause of my visiting the police station so of; en when at Forbes, and my staying at the public houses was a matter of course. Btlow Car coar a few miles I came to a man boiling a billy of tea, and I recognised him at once as just tlie man I wanted, being, I knew, well known among all the rouglis of the country-side as a safe chare cter—one who would divulge nothing in connection with crime, and do anything, including murder, to shield those of the right) sort in his eyes—the bushrangers being his ideal of excellence. I wished to know the whereabouts of the gang, and, if possible, get an introduction. Here was my man, who c juld do it all; but how to tap...

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CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

CHAPTER VI. Janet Muir had been sent for from West-bury Hall at Sir John's earnest wish, and had brought with her various necessary articles of dress for her young lady. That same evening, wlie she came to dress Olive for diumr, she brought the news that Lady Trevor had jusl arrived. ' Have you s^en her, Janet V asked Olive, with eager interest. ' Just for a minute, as sho was pa-s ing through the hall. She's a rare handsome one, Miss Olive, and not much older than yourself. Eh ! but it's just ridiculous to think of her being wife to an old gentleman like Sir John." ' Ii's a case of Auld Robin Gray perhaps,' said Olive, smiling. • I dinna ken,' replied Janet, grimly; ' but gin it is, I wouldna trust my lady if her Jamie came back from over the sea. What will ye be pleased to wear to-night, Miss Olive V 'Oh, anything. Janet.' ' Anything's nothing,' grumbled the Scotchwoman, and forthwith she pro ceeded to set out the very prettiest of her mistress's dresses, white silk ' of the riche...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS We have been compelled to bole) over through waut of space report of dance at Bermagui, Bega items, and Jist of contributors to the Father O'Reilly testimonial. Thb Australian Medical Co. opened to a buwperhou6e(free admittance) on Monday evening, and have since played to good audiences, admission by silver coin. The season concludes this week, and in our next we will review lhi several performers and their perform ance1. At the Po'ice Court yesterday, btfore Mr. P. G. RoberfcB J. P., Frank McCa'ie alias Frank Morris, who was arrested by Constables Kelly and Ford on Wednesday evening on a warrant issued by the Goulburn Bench was charged with child desertion. The ac cused was retoanded until to-morrow for the production of the warrant Thb following are Dry River's rep resentatives in the match with Tilba on the 25lh at the Wallaga Lake ground:—E. J., "W. J., John, and E. A. Tarlintoo, Dan, and Jim Inefeip, M. and J«w Walsh, C. Barrett, 1. Ooodsel), axtd E. Hyla...

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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

THEY SAY: TiiA.t iu the opinion of a few individ uals the < They Say ' column wonld lie the means of injuring the ' Chronicle'; but That trouble has come from quite an unsuspected source through the ' Chro nicle'man's well-meant vocal efforts at a lecent social, when several erstwhile staunch supporters o.dered us to stop the ' rag,' and to ' push off' at once; and That our readers think the journal istic ' vim ' alright, but some of them arc evidently not' taking any' of the vocal variety; and That the serious rupture has since been healed by the warbling editor faithfully promising never again to in8ict Lis singing? (Uie disaffected subscribers insisted on the query mark) powers on a long-suffcriug Oobargo audience. That the date of the Inter-Asrocia tion match. 11th next month would < probably be an opportune time to play 1 thsinpted second grade fixture Dry River v Cobargo. That a big effort is being made to put the strongest eleven against the Southern Cou...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (From odr Sydxky Correspondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Chkese, 3.\d to 5 lil ; butter, creamery 9d ; factory, 8Jd per lb; eggs, I0d to 1 lcl per doz; bacon, 5d to 8d per lb : haws, 9d to 9jd per lb; fowls, Is 6d i to 3s per pair, ducks, Is 9d to 2s 6d per pair, A man lias been arrested irf New Zealand on a charge of obtaining £438 from a Sydnoy resident by means of the confidence trick. A man named Slater was committed for trial on an alleged charge of assault ing with intent a girl under 14 years. It is reported that anthrax lias broken out in the fanner's herds at Woodville, near Maitland. Four beasts were destroyed and the carcases burned. The Queensland Purliamentdissolved yesterday. The Government astronomer says there is very little probability of the break up of the drought till the end of March or early in April, The Temora railway station was broken into yesterday morning, the fcafe blown up and all the cash takea. State butters competition com • menced to-day, tw...

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Tilba v. Cobargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

Tilba y. Cobargo For the second time this season Co bargo has suffered defeat at the hands of the Tilba seniors, the tualch being played on the "Wallaga Lake ground. The last occasion on which a senior match was played at Tilba was that of the Dry Biver v. Tilba fixture, when Walter Boxeell put up the first cen tury of the seaum, and the visitors abandoned the match. On Saturday an unexpected and lengthy stand was made on the eighth wicket, the partners being the brothrrs Ted and 1 Russell Bexsell, and the score being j thenJfc8for 81. Tlie ninth wicket fell for 189 (and so did the hopeB of Cobargo), and... the tenth for 191. Cobargo only totalled 41. Hob^fip.and Picalla opened forTilba against,: the bowling of Alick and Frank:. Hpbbes • took strike, and j appeared to be in the mood for scoring, while Picalta, after contributing a single, was extinguished by a nice; catch oyer the bowler by Run. Box sell, playing substitute. Robs had only hit a couple of boundaries when Hobbes was b...

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FAREWELL SOCIAL TO FATHER O'REILLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

FAREWELL SOCIAL TO FATHER O'EEILLY. Although! the notice of Father O'Reilly's intended departure from. Cobargo was a very short otic, still it was sufficient to enable the members of his flock to arrange for a suitable send off, and the large gathering which filled the School of A.rts oil Friday evening last, composed as it was of all classes and creeds, demonstrated in (he most forctful way the high esteem in which the Rev. J. J. O'Reilly is held by the community. The pre sence on the platform of the Rev. G. Soares (Anglican) and Rev. M. Walker (AVeslpyan) was proof of the pleasing relations which exist between the different Christian sects in Cobargo. Mr. A. Tarlinton, J.P, was voted to the chair, and oa the platform be sides the representatives of the two churches named, were :—Messrs. D. Tarlinton, J P., J. Gannon, F. Kelly, J. Walsh, S. P. Ward, W. Allen, jun., Jas. Cornan, J. J. Tarlinton, and W. Boot. The guest occupied a seat beside the chairman. In his opening remarks the c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

NOTICE. ANY PERSONS SHOOTING on Mr. J. F. Gowing's property, the Murrith River, will be PROSE CUTED. E. T. NICKSON. SCHOOL OF ARTS. To-nicjht I To-night I Friday, Feb. 17th, '99. AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL CO GRAND ENTERTAINMENT. Which includes the following Artiates The Lewin Sisters Miss Rose Wilson Miss Mand Ray Mr. Syd Eeenait »tr Tvd Gilknd Mr L R Davis Mr M A Davie Mr Bob Ingram. DON'T FORGET THE COM PETITIONS ! The Baby Show—Gold Brooch Prize. Silver Medah {or— The Best Lie The Best Connie Singer The Beat Step-dancer The Best Tom Cat. A Dance -will be given afterwards, ■without any extra charge, during which a wultzing competit'on will be held. Dancing -will then be continued until 2 a.m. Prices of admission—Front Seat 2s, Back Seat la. Children half price. l4 L. R DAVIS, M. & J. O'Reilly. j Saturday, 18th Inst. AT GRAHAM'S ROOMS. j 200 Dozen Prime j Peaches. I M<t J. O'REILLY are instructed . by Mr. R. Nicol to tell by auction the above j IN LOTS TO SUIT PUR CHASE...

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MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

MORUYA. /From our own Correspondent.'* Rumour hath it that our new alder men are going to make matters a little more lively in municipal circles. I hope it ia true. The Council has had a long r< st, being in a state of masterly inactivity for the last 8 or 9 months. They made a road 1 (commonly known as the " wallaby track") to " The Brae" which ia at least 8 feet wide, just about room enough for two per ambulators to pass each other. This little saving might be devoted to the Inspector of nuiBanceB as an Mr a for the removal of dead fowls, or cats, that too frequently " carpet" our Btreetf>, the odour of whioh would considerably -v endangers the chances ofjMornya being pointed out as the sanitoriuai of the South Cc ast, a position its grand cli mate entitles it to. Since the town was incorporated, a good many yean ago now, there are only a few notice- . able features connected with the work of the Council. Ore of theBe is the draining of the lagoon adjoining the town....

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CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR COBARGO CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor Couargo Chronicle.) Sin,—As nearly pvery village in the colony is already putting forth its claim to be considered the proper site <or the Federal capital, why should we of the Twofold Bay district look quieily on and let the claims of our harbor, our climate and general central posi tion be ignored. I know the momen tous question of guessing the weight of a dead bullock, and the " talking about" the tramway to Tathra are absorbing public attention at present, but these questions weighty as th<jy undoubtedly are, should not prevent us from placing the following facts before the country as reasons why Twofold Bay should at least be seriously considered amongst the likely spots for the capital of Federated Australia :— Eden is ouly second to Port Jackson as a harbor, and is the best anchorage on the coast. Eden has a splendid climate and a permanent water supply. Eden has a large area of Crown lands a few miles inland, where tLe cit...

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ASSOCIATION CRICKET. Dry River and Dignam's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

ASSOCIATION CEIGEET, Dry Eiver and Dignam's Creek. The above match, which was played on the Dry River ground on Saturday last, ended in a victory for Dry - River by an innings and <57 runs. The Dtg naiiiB Creek captain, 0. Inskip, vrou the tosB from J as Inskip, and dccided to take the field. The brothers M ard J. Wa'sh opened, but when Mick bad contributed S he was cleverly run out. Instead of bowling, J. Constable threw the ball backwards, knocking the wicket down. The vacancy was filled by Ernest Tarlinton, who played a splendid innings for 105 not out, Jas Walsh played well for his 26, and Dan Inskip put on 33 in a very short time. At this stage the innings was closed the total being 7 wickets for 200. A. Constable 3 for 59, J. Constable 2 for 55, and C, Insbip 1 for 16, were the bowling averages. Dignams Creek responded with 46, G. J^yne 20 not out. J. Constable 10. Tikis result was mainly due to the splendid bowling of E. J. Tarlinton 7 for 11, and C. Barrett 2 for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

important Notice. ALL SUBSCRIBERS who do not receive t li rir paper REGU LARLY vrill oblige by REPORTING THE FACT at tliis office.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

Our Representative MR. H. BLACKSTON Will wait upon our customers at regu lar intervals, wheu orders will receive pruiipt'and careful attention. T. J. TARLINTON, MBIT BITCH, iOBMCGL SttlME BEEF ATSD MOTION ALWAYS ON HAND. iFamXes waited on for Orflors L CARROLL&CO. PRODUCE MAST. COBARGO UA3ZB. BPtW ■jPnT.-T.ATLT> ' AL'WAYS ON HAND —ALSO— JStiL on the TINSMITH'S TBAOE^executed in. first-class style. SEGA, fT&Sec Saw &Eanagi«ieg<. {[Late of theOeeab View Jfbtel, Tatlirn BEGS to remind Vi«ITQ®,8 to BEG A that they will liud the CENTHAl. offers Sp-eH a (Wantages, being furnished throughout witfha PPKCTAlj RBGAKD TO •GOMi'OET, and with all modern conve iniencea 'The Bedrooms are la^lit, lofty, and airy, And Baths arearjjaaent to thelK-drootna, Suites for Families Bestanrant a Specialty -and Beasonable ^Charges The BiTHarl Boom tabled is the -best •out of Sydney ' The Stables mrewell provided wi li Fodder, With best .attention. X W. Xwyford. POST OFFIC...

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The Chronicle. For the cause that lacks assistance, Fur the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good thae we can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

For lite cause that lacks assistance, Fur the wrongs that it ml resistance, For the future in the distance, And (he good thai ttc can do. Cobakgo, Friday, February 17,1899. One of the candidates for aldermanic honors at Ooorna, at the official nomi nation the other day, said that the cesspits oi the Municipality •were a menace to the htullh of the town, and he would not be surprised if at any time an epidemic of a terrible nature should break out. T/iis sentiment must appeal strongly to the resilStHs. of Cobargo, where the same grim Bpectre hangs over their heads like a drawn sword. One or two of our peoplj Lave been requested to abate nuisances arising fvom overflowing cesspits, and they have at once promptly complied. But. it does not follow that there are not other seed plots of disease existing within the town loundaries ; on the contrary, we know there are many places tbat are a distinct danger to the health of the district, but there are at present no easy or desirable means o...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 February 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. d vs of < ho i buy of | snn i (Moon Wet k. ] Month 1 Risen ] >ote ) rises l'ulDAY i Feb 10 i 5 26 i c 54 i fl 8 f-aturi ay i „ 11 j 5 27 ) 6 53 | 6 24 fundvy j ,, 12 | 5 21 j 6 S9 i 7 2!) Monday ) 13 | 5 ?8 | C 50 j 8 37 Tufbday > ,i 14 | 5 29 | fi 49 | 9 43 w dnkt-dy i „ 15 5 30] C ts i 10 48 ThO'isday | „ 16 j 5 31 i 6 47 i 11 "i

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