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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. ~~ D«V8 of the I Bay of | Snn | fun | Moon \Veek. I Month [ Rises | 1-ota | Risen Friday I Feb24 | 5 39 | 6 39 | 5 49 f^ATUmiAY „ 25 j 5 40 j H 37 1 (5 19 fundav „ 20 I 5 40 I 6 .'16 | 0 46 Monday j 27 | 5 41 | 6 35 j 7 1U Tuesday | 2S j 5 42 i U 311 7 43 Wdhih-d y j Mar 1 5 48 | 6 S3 ( 8 19 Thursday | „ 2 | 5 44 ) 6 32 | 8 55

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 — 24 February 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS The Rev. J. D. Murray, Presbyter- ian, will conduct divine service in   Cobargo on Monday next, 26th inst. The successful tenderers for the contracts on the Yourie-Wadbilliga   road were Mr. Albert Chambers and Mr. George Rankin, the former   securing No. 1 and the latter No. 2   contract. Mr. Thomas Allen of Galba, had a narrow escape during the week from losing his life. He was clearing in one of   his paddocks and had set fire to a heap of dry timber surrounding a dry tree which had some time previously been partly burnt through. He sat down to rest himself immediately under the burning tree, when suddenly he   received a warning shout from a man who was with him to " look out," and looking up he saw the tree falling in his direction. Needless to relate, Mr. Allen moved from the spot with   unusual celerity and just managed to get outside the full force of the tree, a...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899

TILBA TILBA. (From our own correspondent) The grim reaper has again been busy amongst us, this time a bright little boy of nine, a son of Mr. Dan Southam, Courea, was taken. He had been ail ing for a few days with a bad throat, and Mr. Reece was called in but the little fellow expired early on Sunday morning, and was interred on Mr. Southam's property the same afternoon. Much sympathy is felt for Mr. and Mrs. Southam. The trustees of the Wallaga Lake Recreation ground met at the ground on Monday and I am informed decided to erect a line of fence to block the traffic from crossing the ground—a a much needed step—and also to have tables and seats made for the conven icnce of the public. Bad luck seems to have stuck most consistently to the Beadman Bros, up to the day of their departure from Central Tilba, for on Monday last the two brothers together with Miss Bead man and Miss Sal way were driving a buggy towards Tilba, when the horse commenced kicking and eventually overturned the tr...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 February 1899

WESLEYAN. Feb.26—Cobargo 11; Central Tilba 2 30 ; Corunna 7.30. M. WALKER.

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A Lover from Dartmoor. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

A Loverirom Dartmoor. CHAPTER Vlir. * Will he be there ? Will he be there 1" • she kept asking herself ; but the moment she came in (all view of the cave, she knew Iter morning walk had not been taken in vain, for, seated upon a huge boaldor. just within it, Robert Trevor was sitting—Robert Trevor in his own proper person, with tmooth-shaven face, and dark brown hair "lam afraid he isn't half careful enough. Surely it can't be cafe (or him to put «sidc his disguise/' she thought anxiously. She was, however, far from d earn ing, that Trevor would have run no slight riske rather than not have looked his best in her eyes. Still leBs did she dream that it was his deep longing to look at her face again—and perchance to hear h'r voice—that had brought him into this neighbourhood at all. For the last month he had been em ployed on the estate of a gentleman in the north of Aberdeenshire, And had exchanged into his present situation simply and solely that he might look once more on the face ...

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WESLSYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

■ WE8LSYAN. Ma-ch 5—Mnrrah 11; Rermngui 3; Co barjjo 7.30. .. . M, WAI.K.EB.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

MISCELLANEOUS. The Governor has Baid that he regarded the drought at present exist ing in the interior as a national cala mity. Garn. Lord Hampden received a cablegram on Monday from England announcing the death of bis youngest son, the Hon. Geoffrey Brand. Ttjte Turkish Government fears that a hoBtile Servo-Bulgarian alliance exists and mary reserves have been summoned to Macedonia. A gentleman named Jonas writes to the locol committee promising support to Bombaja's ambition to be the Federal capital. Jonas! Jonas ! That settleB Bombala'a ash. From {few Toik it is reported that the condition of Rudyard kipling has become more critical. Admiral Dewey prohibited the foreign - marines from landing at Manilla but permits British sailors to land to quell fires. From ths Filipino's it is reported that as a result of the indiscriminate shooting at Manila, 425 women, 280 children, and many infants in arms were killed; also eighty Chinese it habi tant! met their deaths. 320 Filipinos and' 1...

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

THE CONCERT.. Is the evening a concert was given under the auspices of the Beg* Orches tral Society, and with the exception of • recitation that got wedged in with the vocal and instrumental memb^fi . can simply -be described as a magical itmt. Jlin £dith King and Mr. Weir - professional soprano and tenpr respec - lively, sang in a manner to aronge the ■ enthusiasm of the audience, while our . own Miss JSora Allan fang two num bers and rcooivad applaoae bordering onan *noore. The Beg* orchestr a . gave several selections in their well known artistic way. The attendance • was only .fair. Miss M. Gowdroy . played all the accompaniments in • faultless style. Admiral Dewejr has cabled to the WuJunjgtoD Government, stating that ; the battleship Oregon is repaired at Manila "(or political reatons M , . It usuipected that Admiral Dewey's .. ragoeat hai soma reference to the pos , aibilityof German interference in the , PbUUpioM. Hie new road (ram Bowral to the ; Wombeyan Gave* ii now compl...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

' V CHUDCH1 OF EKOLAVD. ' ' March 5— Colmrgo {H.C,) 11; Qumim 2.30; Berm»;_ui 7 30. H. FOXRKS.

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CHURCH SERICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

r caracs besides." TltVINK SEBV1CKR-will .to conJncted in j) tiis disti ict &a iollows.' I' • Mess cc'ebrated n't 8.30 *.m *iid 11.'6 a.tn ''every Sunday at Cob irgb. Evening devotioat every Sunday st 7.30 p.m. * n ?' { Pj. KENNY.

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BEGA 1899 SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

BESA 1899 SHOW. The 27 tb Annual Show of the £>-g« A. P. & H. Society opened on Wed nesday, and, having regard lo the"wy bad season the district is experiencing, the exhibits in many of the sections mast be regarded as really excellent. The attendance, about 1600, for a first day mart be considered highly tfttls factory, and it is Anticipated that the second d«y -wil] - show »a appreciable increase. In the homr section a "dis tinct deterioration was observable ih almost eveiy class, a fact mtach to be regretted. All the cattle sections •were very commendable although the condition in a majority of cases was poor—a result not at all surprising when the state of the country is ■ re membered. That important .section'—' pigs—was not well filled, but all the exhibits were of a high quality. Poultry was .simply miserable, and hardly one «f the exhibits was worthy ot a prise. Farm produce and vegetables showed to the greatest advantage, and it is really surprising that in so adv...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR COBARGO CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor Cobargo Chronicle.) Sir,—I cannot understand jour cor respondent's letter of the 4th with reference to thB handling of live stock at Bermagui. He states that it was only a few days ago (which would be I the 1st instant), that being the only tiip since the lat January when we had any pigs of the size he mentions. On that trip we had 16 pigs all told, and these were taken on board in two trips with the box, right each time, and not dropped over the top as he states, but the door in the end of the box opened, and the pigs lifted on to the floor of the box, a height of two feet. The box was then taken to the end of the a barf, and lowered down oq to the steamer's deck, the end of the box opened, and the pigs driven into the ship's pen Should your correspondent see such treatment as he mentions, I think it would be more humane oa his part to speak at the time. The Illawarra Co. would thank your correspondent for the name of the steamer and particu . lars as...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS 'FkOM OUB StDNBY C'ORBBiJPOKPENT.) Sydney, Thurnday. BOTTER: creamery, 8|d to 9d ; fac tory, 8d to 8|d ppr lb. Cheew, 3Jd bo 6|d per lb. Egg*, lOd to Is par doz. Bacon, 5d to 8d per lb. Ham*, 9d to Sid per lb. Fowls Is Od to 3s per pair. Ducks, Is 9d to 2s 6d per pair. Id the Assembly Mr. Reid, in reply to Mr. Lyne, Mid that for the eight months of the presont financial year the revenue amounted to £375,000 mora than daring the corresponding period of last year. Mr. Can-athena gave notice that he would ask the House to sanction the passage through all its stages of a bill authorising the raising of » loan for the purpose of making advances to settlers. Mr. Haynes moved an adjournment for the purpose of calling attention to the alleged m^kladtninistration of the Public Service Act by the Public Ser vice Board. He declared that the recent -examinations were degrading to the whole jservicn. Mr. Reid denied the accusation against the Board, and asserted that there was no d...

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN For •weeks we have been desperately straggling to keep feool, and not. to become «jccited or aggressively defiant about the next, Australian Eleven. Cool we can keep no longer, and we are now -prepared to cast in our- lob with the people of 'New South Wales and send a message of burning defiance to the other colonies in which we will peremptorily demand that not a man be included in the team except a New South Welshman-, When we • saw 17,000 hearts on the cricket ground on Saturday—and we don't know how many hearts that weren't on the cricket ground—heating high and last with enthusiasm »t thepossibi'ityofa great victory over South Australia we at once concluded that in agitating ;for the absolute exclusion of all outside cricketers from the ilext ^eleven wb should have the entire people of this great mother oOtany at oar ~ back. When the other colonieain their small vanit^ rose" up and -asked to' have, a determining voice 4n .bringing about Federation 4ioto pr...

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"Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

' Evil to Ttim ubo crti thinks." TBEY SkY: That SaiHay sportsmen would run less risk of appearing before the Court if they did not shoot witliiu hearing of the police. Tlmt the Gutton horror will make one more in the already long list of cf Australia's unpunished crimes. That the CoWgo D. 0. Association team will be strong ia the bowling de partment if the chosen turn up. That Walter Boxsell's average against Dry River C. 0.—the winnen cf last season's trophy—is one of the beBt in single innings of the season.— 19 overs, 12 maidens, 11 runs, 5 wickets; and That Picalias 5 for 40, Barrett's 7 for 36, and A. Tarlinton'a 5 for 26 aleo show tho form they are in with the ball. That the baiting for the picked eleven for Bega is al>o up to selection standard, Ted Boxsell again being credited with 43, and A. Tarliutnn with 38. Tnafc a content, has dubbed 'planter's friend ' the dairy farmer'd • enemy.' That inquiries are being made by the chosen of the Association as to the arrangements ...

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

GO TO Cobarg-o House -for Dress Stuffs & Trimmings. Cobargo SCHOOL OF ARTS, THE ' usual monthly Committee meeting of the above will be held on TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, 7th inst., at 8 p.m. T. KENNELLY, Hon. Sec. Preliminary Notice. A BALL in aid of (lie funds of the COBARGO CRICKET CLUB a ill be h id in the School of Arts on Queen's Birthnight, 24th May. TO LET. A PADDOCK containing 360 acres. Well watered and securely fenced. Apply JOHN MOLONEY, Coolagolite. DAIRY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. MEETING of the Committee of A the Dairy Farmers' Association will lie held in the School of Arts on MONDAY, 6h MARCH, imme diately after the A. P. and H. Society's meeting. J. P. O'REILLY, Hon. See. COMPLIMENTARY Sm@I@ Concert —TO— CONSTABLE FORD —AT— G&AHA.WS ASSBJIEL7 SOOXS FRIDAY, MARCH 10 At 7.30 p.m. WILLIAM BOCT, Hon. Sec. N. S. W. CRf AMERY BUTTER CO. TENDERS are invited for the supply of Ft RE WOOD to the above Company's Factory, Cobargo. Tenders close Monday 13ill inst For parti...

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THE Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON DRESS AND DEPORTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

THE Idle Thoughts OF An Idle Fellow. ON DRESS AND DEEOETMENT. They say—people who ought to be ashamed of themselves do—that the consciousness of being well dressed im parts a blisefulness to the human heart-, that religion is powerless to bestow. I am afraid these cynical persons are sometimes correct. I know that when I was a very young man (many, many year3 ag07«.n the.stoiy-booka eay), and ■tf&ated clieeringup, I used to go and drei>6 myself jia all my best clothes. If X4jSd l»een annoyed in any manner— if my waiherworaan had discharged me, fer;instance; or my blank verse poem isa'f beeu returned for the tenth time, with _lbe editor's compliments, " and regrets that owing .to -want < f space jht rg uaaVilo lo «railliinml£ jj£ kiucl » * offeror I bad been snubbed by the woman I loved as man never loved before. By the way, it's really ex traordinary what a variety of wayB of lo* ing there must be. We all do it as never done before. I don't kuow how oar grr'at-...

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THE BRASS KNOCKER GOLD FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

TEE SH4S|J|0CKER GOLD This fie!«J which h«a Attracted the attention of. £old seekera (or ttiAny years with vafyirig measures. of success h»a recently considerable at tention throog^ t,be find of Mr. William Thomas, .which jnppened whilfe that patty was possum trapping. The re sults hitherto hare not been of a S' n sational nature, ttiil thi'j have been sufficient to enccurage experienced itinera to prospect . the country, and capital,ibt« to Invest considerable sums of money in developing some of the new find*. A abort review of the woi k now being done will po doubt prove of interest to our readers generally and especially to the mining portion. The Huntsman's Reef was discovered by William Thomas who with his brother was the, original prospector of the hill. Thky 'bave put in a lot of work, but unfotttmately they have had ] a lot of difficulties to contend with, j being surroundingby diorite cross j courses, which1 h&ve thrown the reef from her original lay, a state of thi...

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CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

CHAPTER IX. Whkk Olive did at length part from Trevor, leaving Mm within the ^el" pie's Cave to re assume his disguise, she walked home very briskly, being anxious to arrive there before her uncle catue down to breakfabt. She was passing through a smal coppice', -when to her surprise she saw Lady Tievor in deep and earnest con versation *nh a dark slender msa, extremely handsome, who looked like a foreigner. He was holding both her^ hands, and looking tende.ly into her fatso. , . . Olive realised, with a little shock, that it was a secret assignation she was witnessing. She remembered now what Janet, who was shrewdness itself, had said about not trusting Sir John's wife if her Jamie should ever come back from over the sea. I Luckily, the pair were too absorbed j in each other to see her as she parsed | them in the shadow of the trees a dozen yards away. i She hurried on, feeling strangely , guilty and uncomfortable. She was not a gW t0 make miscUief; but> nevertheless the was hau...

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Dry River v. Tilba. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

Dry Eiv«r v. Tilba. Playing at Wallaga Lake iMt Satur day the Dry River C C. *u defeated by the local team by 78 on the first innings. The match is the fifth win from Dry River thia nuon. Tilha opened with the batting, and the double figure men were—Hobbe* 22, Fer guson 18, VV. Boreal! 23 and Ted Bozsell 43. The total reached 143, Barrett securing 7 for 36 with theialL Dry River hatting was po6r only 65 being put up, of wbLh E. A. Tarlinton contributed 18,Ja» Wftl«b 11 not out, tod D. IniScip 10. Walter Bozse!! bowled 5 for 11; Picalla 5 for 40.

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