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COBARGO POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 17th FEBRUARY. (Before Messrs F. B. Hales, P.M., F. G. Roberta, H. Street and W. A. Pass, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
COBABGO POLICE COUBT. Fbiday, 17th Februabv. (Before Messrs F. B. Hales, P.M., F. G. Roberta, H. Street aud W. A. Pass, J'b.P.) ShiMiIE v Joshua Victory. Disobey ing an order of the Oourt. - Mr. Cun ningliam for plaintiff and Mr. Blom field for defendant. TMb case was held oyer from last court to onable the defendant to muke arrangements to jtaj certain amounts due for wages and for which judgment had been ob tained. Mr. Cunningham applied for a fur ther postponement: the defendant was in communication with his brother from whom lie was in hopes of obtain ing tbe,m&lt;ffley to pay the claim. Com plainant's counsel agreed to the adjoarnin^)ati the distinct andej> standing thfttibwpnld be the last. The bench tijioyght the men who wtre brought to Cob&rgo every month should be allowed expenses. The ease was accordingly adjourned to the 17th March. jjf-. F. Henwood v J. Vickery. This was a similar cue and the same ^urse wm adopted. . j|
BERMAGUI BACHELORS' BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
BERMAGUI BACHELOBS' BALL On Wednesday last the bachelors of Bermagui gave an enjoyable dance in Mr. Whiffen's "riewn*-room, at which tb»;re was a good attendance, and that everybody enjoyed themselves was., evident from the fact that dancing was kept up until the break of day. An invitation was courteously sent to our representative, but unfortunately circumstances of a pressing business nature prevented his acceptance of the compliment. Ttiemusic was prorided by Misa Dockie 2£ngctrom And Mr. W. Philiips, a sufficient guarantee that there was nothing wanting in tiiis respect. The catering was in the capable hands of Mrs. Whiffen, and gave satisfaction to all. The follow ing are the dctsses wora by the ladies:—Mies Davis, white muslin and lace; MisB Ferber, black skirt and ertfm bodice; Mua Watson, white tmj^in and buttercup; Miss Smith, ■White blouEe and fawn skirt; Mies A. Wh;ffen, blade, with pale blue blouse ; MittWintle, black skirt and green blouse; MUs A. Wintle, brown skirt a...
Wandella v. Cobargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
Wandella v- Cobargo. For the second time the Wandella dub h&4 availed itself of the permission gianted by the association to play a fif teen instead of an eleven in all future matches, but the result; bag hitherto been uualterablo as the " laws of the Modes and Persians.", Ihe full fifteen ■were put into the field against Oolar^o on Saturday, and succeeded in putting up a rattling good ocore, and at the same time giving Cobargo men a pretty general scare. The Hiding was of a truely second-grade nature on both ■sides, with Staumou and the McVeity JBrotheis aB pleasing exceptions foi "Wandela, and Aunetts as the "sol itary ' for Cobargo. 0. McVeity and Perry opened to the bowling of O'iieUiy and Htnry, -and the latter batsman commenced his inuings boldly and iinisLed in the ■same manner with 13. Sawt&ll a ■" blob" end C. McVeity 6 were the next pavilioned by the unerring O'Reilly. VVhittaker went down be fore T. J., who had replaced Henry, -and viewed his ucoie of nine...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
Cobargo 4 FO, ROBERTS has received in , struolione from the Cobargo A. y, and H. Society to sell by public auction On MONDAY NEXT, At 2 p.n>., aPablicaas lootfie, Tonne acd Co:;3lvor.r e*. a :1? GO TO Cobargo House -FOR Dress Stuffs & Trimmings. June 30 Sept 30 Dec. 31 Mar. 9 April 6 May 3 July 9 Aug. 4 29 Oct 3 4 Nov. 9 Dec 31 COS'THA. -By Insurance of building (Royal Tna. Coy.) Stxtou and Binns for pine lining F. G. Roberts for kerosene, &c. T. Kennel ly, stamps, etc. F. B. Goiss for lining reading room J. P. Walker for pine liniDg Dymcck for Looks F G. Roberts kerosene, etc. Cheque book W. Dymock for bocks S ixton and Binns for doora F. G. Roberts kerosene, etc A. E. Walker and Co , advertising T. K»nneliy, stamps, e'c., Caretaker's salary, etc., J. B. Geiss, painting and building Anthony Hoi dern and Sons books Balance in Bank Balance in hand IIA LANCE SHEET HERMAGUI SCHOOL OF ARTS FROM > JANUARY TO 31st DECEMBER, 1898, Cash. Jan. 1—To balance in A.J.S. Ban...
WANDELLA WONDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
WANDELLA/WONDERS By " Fiucs Nulul's." Not that I vhould lift my pen for the mere sport of writing concerning llio doing? iii and around Wandells, but that I hare an earnest desire to see the place go ahead as well as other centres such as •' dusky " Tilba and " fishy " Bermagui, Although we are obscured in mountains on the Wandella ciwk, we have the daily transactions and trammels of life ®s well as other parts of the world, which are, perhaps more approachable to civilisation .and Amen able to centralization. In the first place, however, I will contrive to let you know how tilings in general—cropR, cows, calveB, poultry, dingoes, marsupials, &lt;fcc. — yea, all things that creep about the Wandella earth, even we poor terrestrial beings, are progressing. The corn crops are, considering the bad season which has been visited on our heads, on a fair way to being as good as previous years. Messrs. Murray, Timbs, Lewis, M. Paul O'Meara, Motby and Saw tell are the largest growers,...
A NIGHT WITH THE BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
A NIGHT WITH THE BUSH RANGERS. It was uncomfortable to travel in pouring rain, and very dangerous to swim the rapid runniug flooded rivers ; but I saw 110 choice, and saddling my horse towards morning I started in the dark. My horse swain the river well, and I made across the country to a crossing on the Abercrombie between the two principal fords, so that if the bushrangers designed giving me a reception at either of these foids (un fordsible at the &lt;iitne) their sanguinary designs would be frustrated, and if the gang divided and watched the two fords, while a third tracked me out, I would be equal to ou© detachment. My precautions were not needless, as the sequel will prove. I overcame the seemingly impossible, and swain the angry, rushing Abercrombie between the sounding rock and Curra crossing and reached Blackhoree square, a few miles out of Batburst, safely, and put up at M'Lean's hotel for the night. I turned in early and was soon asleep, but net for long, I awoke ...
CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
CHAPTER VIII. The Kelpie's Cave was a solitary place on the sea-shore. Its solitariness was its charm to Olive, and ever since she came to Scotland she bad been in the habit of selecting it for her resting place whenever she went for a ramble alone. The very next morning after her un expected meeting with Robert Trevor, long before her uncle had left his bed, she dressed herself for walking, and set off briskly in the direction of the cave. It was a go'd half hour's walk, and when she reached the cave she had a colour like a rose, and eyes like stars. To be Continued.
MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
MOEUYA. (From ouh own Coiikebpondekt.) The " dorgfa" are liaving a gay old time j amongst the butcher's sheep of this town. It appears tliafc the animals (not the dogs) are never allowed to graze unmolested for any length of time, bub are continually being chased by ill-fed useless mongrels, which "puthoff" as soon as the owners of sheep appear upon the scene. No one seems to own, or at all events, do not apparently care to adroit the owner ship of the mangy curs. I would sug gest that " sweetened" meat be laid about the yards, and the. following legend posted up, " Dog owners beware, poison, laid here," and then owners might keep their canine pets at home, or else they would have the alternative of " planting" the carcase. The two towns Nerrigundah and Eurobodalla will sonn have telephonic communication, thanks to Mr. Austin Chapman M. P. for Braid wood. It is painful to see the large number of youngsters who roam the streets night after night. They are to be seen congregated about...
AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL COY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
AtfSTEALIAN MEDICAL C03f The Australian Medical Company • concert troupe which has been touring the South Ooaat towns, opened for a season of one week at the School of Arts on Monday evening and played to large audiences ever/ night. The real objeot of the entertainments is to advertise the remedies of the Medical Co. and procure for tbem a footing in the localties visited. Admission on the opening evening was free, and from the start every artiste "caught on," eaoh olaiming a host of admirers. The re pertoire of each performer seemed in exhaustible, and, save by request the items were never repeated. It would be uselesp, and almost impossible, to pick out any particular numbers dur ing the week's performances that call for special mention, but the artistes themselves, in every instance earned rounds of applause. Mr. L. R. Davia as a v. ntriloquist is far ahead of any thing that has toured the country, and his appearance in this character was always received with pleasure. Miss Maud...
CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
CHAPTER VII. Tt wab the height of the shooting sea son, and among those who had migra ted to the Scotch moors was Sir John and Lady Trevor, and Mr. Champion and hiB neice. Sir John's shooting days were over, but he had a box near Inverness, and my lady had given him no peace until he had consented to take her to it. Mr. Champion had come to Scotland fov the sake of his health, which bad not been quite up to the mark since liis accident, although that had takeD place fully a month ago. s ■ He had rented a charming cottage for the season, and, aB it was not far from Sir John's place, they met with tolerable frequency. Sir John, ve>y much against my lady's wish, had insisted on the child accompanying them to Scotl»nd. She had bad her nay on one point; he was obstinate in having -his on this. One day a Scotch laird, who was an old acquaintance of "Mr. Champion's, legged Olive to drive over and lunch with his shooting party on the moors. It was a glorious day, bright and warm, althoug...
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
THEY SAY: That since this paper's reference of a few weeks ago to the sneak thief curte not a single ease of petty thieving has been reported. That the report (hut the local com petition in the hot pie business ac counted for the total absence of exhibit*; in the Medical Co's torn cat contest ia a cruel insinuation and has not the slightest foundation in fact. That now Cobargo has entered the lists as an aspirant for profesvonal dancing honors, a tournament for a champion belt for the Bega electorate towns would help to elevate the moral tone of the graceful accomplishment. That it is an occasion for gratu'ation that there w as only one entrant for the ' best liar ' competition at the Medical Co's entertainment; and That this only serves to accentua'e the beautiful and commendable moiesty of some of our people. That Payne should have been given the position of second emergency in stead of Russell Boxsel'. That the stafl of the ' Chronicle' are not at all alarmed about the threat mad...
ASSOCIATION CRICKET. Tilba v. Dry River. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
ASSOCIATION CRICKET. Tilba v- DiyKiver. The second-gratte match betvtten i the above clabr was played at - Dry River on Saturday last, both having put the pick of the juniors into the lield. The fielding was worthy of an international, atid th» batting of Tilba? was exceptionally good. Stiange to say £. J. Tarlinton, who put up such a record with the ball agauut Diguam's firet grade was fairly smothered by the juniors, and he only seemed one wicket. The Tilba team batted first, and totalled 188, of which Bus. Boxsell contributed 51, Hobbes 48, Andy 24, Livingston 16, Hapgood 16, j£. Butd 12. Dry River replied with ■69, Jas Walsh, making 15, Boyd 12, E. J* Tarlinton 10. In the foilow-ou E. J. Tarlinton made the spltndid score of 76, D,>Inskip 15, Jas iiitkip 26. The total was 147. We are unable to give a complete report, as particu.'ara cl the piay are of the vaguest description.
A Lover from Dartmoor. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
A Lover from Dartmoor CHAPTER VI. The child was carried off. His father looked after bim sadly and yearningly. Then he tumid to my lady, and said, in a voice that was very Btera; " Lady Trevor, I will not have my child struck. I have told yoa so before, and now,I tell yon go again. If he needs correcting leave faim to me." " Who should correct him if not his mother, Sir John J" and my lady's fair face looked insolently defiant* " A mother who has no natural affection has no natural rights," re torted the baronet. " ,You hate the child—oh, 1 know that well enough," he concluded, bitterly. Olive slipped away and heard no more of the altercation at that time, but when she met the ill-assorted couple at luncheon it was quite evi dent that there was war between them. My lady eat for the most part in disdainful silence, or only addressed Olive in order to give some sly little slap at her husband, and Sir John was gloomy, cold, and stern. Olive went up to her uncle's room as soon as lunche...
OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
OUR TELEGRAMS (Fhou odr Stdnry Corkespondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Butter, creamery 8£d to fid ; beat factory Sd to 8Jd; dairy 7d to 7£a per lb ; cheese 4d to 5|d per lb; bacon 5d to 8d per lb; hams 8d to 9d per lb j fowls and ducks 2s to 3d; eggs lOd to Is per d.z. In reply to Mr. Affleck, the Post master General said the Cabinet had decided that the proposed new regula tions with regard to the opening of the Post and Telograjih offices on Sunday should not be put into operation. The trial of the persons concerned in the Yarra tragedy commenced in Mel bonrne to-day ; the court was densely crowded, and the girl Debburke ac« cepted as Queen's evidence. A man named Wilson waB brought before the Ipswich court) yesterday charged with a serious offence and an adjournment was granted for prepara tion of his defence. The debate on the Address in Reply was continued .until midnight when its adoption was. carried on the voices, Storey withdrawing his amendment during the discussion. The Premie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
Oar Representative MR. H. BLACKSTON Will wait upon our customers at regu lar intervals, when orders will rew ivo prompt and oarefol attention, EOBIfiEBBUTCBERf. T. J. TABLINTON, GOBABCO. PBIHE BSSP AND MOTION ALWAYS ; ON HAND. Tamilian waited on far Orders J.CARROLL&CO. PRODUCE MART. COBARGO OSAFFt ftp AM TOIiL&RD. aA AXiWATS W SA2HD '-ALSO— ALL "WORK in the TINSMITH'S | "TRADE executed in firat-clasB style. The Central H°tcl, , BEGA. TOMlev Sew ata&8s«n«Bt j.w. '[Lat' of tfieOcean View Hotel, Tatlira J ( BEGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA that they will (find the OENTKAI. •offern 8peci-l rfdvantngee, being furuithed throughout with a liCIAL BKGA HD TO •COSlFOKT, and with all modern conve niences Th» Vedrootns are light, lofty, aud airy, and Bathsare acifacent to t(ie bedrooma, tSui'.es Tor Families Restaurant a fpecialty and Seasonable Charges •Thi- BilHarJ Boom '£2 tablet] ia tfae best •out of Sydney The Sta'b'.es arewell p.ovidedwhh Fodder, •with best attenti...
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 24,1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899
For the cause that 'lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that tcc can do. Cobaeoo, Friday, Februaby 24,1899. If the utterances of our leading men1 and the expression of opinion of almost every great newspaper in the j Australian colonies are to be regarded ' as iufallible indications of the result of the impending plebiscite on the I Amended Commonwealth Bill, then the acceptance of that instrument as a Constitution for Federated Australia may be taken for granted, and the first irrevocable st-p in the momentous Federal drama enacted. For tLen the position will be one from which there is scarcely possibility of honor .able retreat by any of the contracting .colonies, and the ultimate assent to the Constitution by her Majesty was .never in doubt, for has not the mother ■ country all along connived at the uuicn of the colonies. The very thought of the firBt tangible evidences ■of a Jiving realistic Federation Bhould make t...