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

Important Noticc. A XL SUBSCRIBERS who do not. receive their paper RF.OU LARLY-wiH oblige by REPORTING THE PACT at this office.

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

Our Representative iMR. H. BLACKSTON 'Will wait upon our customers at rega *lai" intervale, "when ordera will rective - .'prompt and c&reful-atteotkm. , 3?. J. tablinton, COBARCO. IPB1HE BEET AND MOTION ALWAYS ■ON HAND. FamikfB waited on for Orders J.CARROLL&CO, PRODUCE MART. tJDBARGO. <0SATC. ' IU3ZB. - 3SAET . JOHAJtU OXLCAK& ; . ASWA?BON a AND —ALSO ALL WORK in the TINSMITH'S TIRADE -executed in first-clasB atyle. BEGA. Vadar B»w firanag»ni«nt. »«• -fe ^[Lat?of theOceaD View Bo tel. Tathro J BBSS sto remind V5<ITOR8 to ©EGA , tbgt tliey will find the <3BNTKAI. •ofteru Bpeci'I ^dvHDtHgps, being Ifarnifhed , Ibriiufcbotft with a f-YiCClAL RKGAKD TO 'COS1FOKT, sod with all modern conve Qieoea j TheTfedroomiB are light, lofly, aud airy,, ."and Batlnare ar jacent to tlie'bedrooms. Soi .eB for Families ntStauraat a Specialty Mid Beatonable ^Charges T ,.Th- Billiard Boom £2 tables] u the <best ♦out dffSyJn'ey ' i, >:...

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

©ftt C|r0iirck. For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For tf>fl future in the distance, Atid the good that toe can do. *t'# Cobaego, Fbidat, March 3, J 899. " AU the legislation in the world will not make people moral—hi this respect a nation » just what its fathcrt and pothers make iV—Chronicle, 20th January, 1899. ♦ » * • In oar leading article of the abovt date we referred to the deplorable fre quency of assaults oa females, which ended in marder; also, instances of abortion, culminating in the same sad way. These things, which bcsmirch the name of Australia, are an occasion f.r national concern and shame; and to try and find the reason for theBe wretched atrocities, and suggest a remedy, is surely a commendable undertaking, even if ire somewhat err in our conclusions and prove impracti cable in tbe suggested remedial methods. That a most undesirable state of social morality exists no one will deny, and to say we can find no remedy is to adm...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

, WEEKLY CALENDAR. Di>te of ' he I Sny of j Son ) Eon I Moon Week. | Month j Bum | ^eta | Biseo Fjudat liar 3 } B 44 j 8 30 1 9 39 PATCBflAY „ 4 | 6 45 ) 0 20 j 10 28 PCKDAT • „ 6 1 s 46 1 « 28 I II 21 MomdaY „ 6 1 6 46 I 6 26 | A.M Tuesday i „ 7 | S 47 1 6 23 j 12 28 W'dxbsDY | „ 8 6 48 j 6 24 I 1 So Tudhsdat | „ 9 | 6 49 | 6 22 | 2 45

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Dry Riteb team for Saturday in the match against Oobargo at Dry, River :-B. J., W.J..E. A„ W. D., and D. Tarlinton, M. and Jan. Walsh, D. Inskip, Barrett, R. Hyl&nd, and Boyd, with J as. Inskip emergency. Cobargo mil be represented by Frank and Alex Tariinton, Boyd, I/ignn, Gilbert, Henry, O'Reilly, Meeke, Martin, Campbell, Chambers. 'Eu»er« geney T. J. Tarlinton. Umpire F. G. Roberts. For sheer monkey inveBtiveness a subscriber to this paper,, who lives some where in the region of Wallaga Lake., tabes the bun. After accepting half a dozen copies of the " Chronicle" thie genjos happened on the biiiliaut idea of first reading tlie paper, and I then readdressing with the legend " not wanted." We don't object to this party returning copies, but wp would point out that in order to coita ply 'with the requirements of the postal regulations the date and title of a 4>aper mast be visible, and, that afcrr accepting iLree copies a qusu-torly subscription bec...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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ASSOCIATION CRICKET. Dignam's v. Cobargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 3 March 1899

ASSOCIATION CRICKET. Dignam's v. Cobargo. In the match last Saturday between the above clubs Cobargo scored a second win from Dignam's Creek,   making two out of three from this club   during the season. The visiting team   was the strongest combination possible from that place, and the scoring from both elevens was fairly even. The fielding of Dignam's was not so smart as one would have expected from this hitherto excellent fielding team. Payne in the out-field, and Riley at point could not be surpassed, and their efforts were never relaxed from the beginning of Cobargo's innings. A feature of the game was the absence of those little grievance which have so much to do with making Association   cricket unpleasant. Cobargo lost the toss, but the visitors decided to take the field, to the   great relief of the home team, who are generally tired about the beginning of a match judging by the slow way they put in an appeara...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MILKING [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

MILKiKG | If the cows are fed in stalls, it'is better!® let them finish up,their food before .commencing to milk. While milkiftg, the cow should be allowed to stand in a comfortable posi tion ; she cannot be expected to give a full {low of milk if her leg is pulle too far I ack and her neck uncomfort- • ably stretched; but sufficient precau tion should be taken to do away with any risk of the cow upsetting the milk. Before commencing to milk brush the udder and teats, and wash tbem with water at about 90 degrees Fall. ; this does away with the risk of chil ling the udder. The milker should sit down to milk feeling in a grod temj-er, and if the cow shows any sign of being cro:s give her to understand that whatever her intentions are she will not meet with anything but kindness; the result will be that the cow will partake of the same good spirit much more readily than w..uld otherwise be tbe case. The milking should be done quietly, quickly, and gently; no noise and no talking. The m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

CHAPTER XI. Robert Trevor, still disguised as a Highland ■gillie, and with his mind curiously excited bythe rencontre ■with his uncle and his uncle's child, tramped over the lonely moorland beneath the dark autumnal skies. Olive had been right' in supposing he would attempt to see her at the Kelpie's Cave, but it had so happened that he could not leave his duties un til a late hour, and when he arrived at the cave Olive had just left it. Ae ho walked along now, gun in hand, he wag on the look-out for poachers. Some more than usually audacious depredations had been made a night or two ago. It was on this account the trap had been set which waa proving so cruel a foe' to Olive. ' I'll go through the plantation,' thought Trevor.- AI don't suppose any of the beggara'll have got caught, but I may as well juBt look.' The next moment he gave a little shout of exultation, for he saw a form lying stretched on the ground among the undergrowth, exactly where the trap had been laid. 1 By Jove, ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

WFSLEYAN. March 12—\)b»rffn II ; P.ermngui 3 ; Coutral Tilba 7.30. M. wai.keb.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

CHOItCH OF £KULA>'0. March 12-TiHm (H.C.I II ; Dignam's CrrekS.30; Cobargo7.30. G. WAKES.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

CHAPTER X. The doctor who vis called in to ex o'nine little Humphrey was of opinion that his injuries were not of a very serious nature. Indeed, in less than an hour he was bitting propped up among pillows in his little white bed, and gravely adjuring his father ' not to I e sorry 'Umfey fall down, because 'Utrifey would be better soon.' Once assured of this, Olive was anxious to return home. Her uncle, bhe knew, was spending the afternoon and evening with a fiiend in the neighbourhood, so that be was not likely to miss her; nevertheless, she felt she could not stay in Sir John's house. The knowledge that Lady Trevor i was grossly deceiving her husband, I and the suspicion that she was a tho roughly abandoned woman, would ■ alone have made her eager to escape from under her roof; but over and above this, her anxiety about Robert Trevor was such that she wanted to get away, and send him seme message to warn him to quit the neighbourhood before he was recognised by those whose recogni...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Loverfrom Dartmoor. CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

A Lover Irom Dartmoor. CHAPTER IX. * Why, there is Yaldi 1'' cried Sir Jolin, and he raid it as though he were toot over-pleased. Lady Trevor, who wag driving, reined in the ponies at once. * How very strange,' she euid. • Whoever would have dreamed of see ing him here 1 Count, we are deligh. ted to see yon i' And she put her hand into the count's with a sweet, bright smile. 1 Allow me to introduce Count Valdi, dear,' she added, turning to Olive. ' Count, my very dear friend, Miss Olive Beresford.' Olive, who saw that Valdi was, as she had suspected, the man she had seen in the coppice, bowed very coldly. Sir John's greeting, too, was as dis tant as was consistent with any pre tence of courtesy. Their united coldness seemed, how ever, to be amply compensated for by the warmth and sweetness of Lady Trevor's manner. * Are you going our way, count 3 Yes 1 Then you will take the empty seat. Yes, yes ; I insist upon it. You will not inconvenience us in the very least. Will he, Olive?' ' ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

LOCAL AND GENEfiAL NEWS. . We aabno lcgjge with thanks receipt of complimentai^ ticket for the Candelo fchow to be held on the 16th and 17th instant. . The following have been selected to represent the Southern Counties Asso cia- ioii against the Cobargo Association on Saturday, at Bega—Canningliam, Backett, V. Ta'liaton, Pel), Bate,, Murray, P. Tarliafcn, Manning, Wall, ,A. Brown, ChMnpnejs,. -with Howard; jfyh ram. Mr- P. Dnrie will be om pii"r, ilr. VT. Bcarduian. Bcorer, On Monday evening About 60 poiuiB of uia-fe'.l at Tilba, and similar fall'* ate reported from Brogo, Quaama, and Beruiagm. And none in Cobargo. Wliy la this. There is eurely some Jonab In the place. Can it be Geor gie J The muni monthly meeting of the Sclvool of Arts was held on Tuesday evening:—Present, Messrs. H. Strtet (chair), P. Wilson, S. P. Ward. D. Henry, G. Campbell, and T. Kennelly Sea. A few accounts were passed for payment and other routine business transacted. An old identity named William Watt was ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

MOBUYA. (From our own Correspondent.) Since I wrote last we have had such a jolly day, Mich a real enjoyable outing. The occasion being the launching of a new stealer at Tom akin. Precisely at seven o'clock on the morning of March 1st we made our way thither on one of Averall'a well kept coaches; the day was gloriously fine, the passen gers cod versed glibly, the hortes spunked along, the driver went into raptures over the beautiful, but dry scenery. Others remarked on the frames of the bovine species that were standing about, and the frames they looked longingly and lovingly over into an adjacent corn paddock and perhaps thought of better days to come. It iB pitiable to note the sad havoc this hot dry weather has played with the cattle. How many of them will live through the winter is hard to estimate, possibly all, probably none. All around us we hear of numbers of them dying. Oh! I was forgetting, we got to the scene of the launch in. goad time. The' maids and matrons of Tomakin ...

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ASSOCIATION CRICKET, Dry River v. Cobargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

ASSOCIATION CBICKET, Dry Biver v- Cobargo. Cobaiioo evened up with Dry River on Saturday last for the season, this latter win making the Becond from this club, and a corresponding number of losses. Cob&rgo was fully represented, and Dry Eiver had their chosen in the field. The game was of the friendliest nature, and the one solitary barracker found that his cat wouldn't jump worth a cent, and gave up io disgust. The wicket was playing exceptionally well, from the batsman's view, but the fielding ground was bumpy. Oobargo won the tose, and O'Reilly and Logan went oat to the creases, the former striking to Barrett, and a beautiful drive yielded the inevitable 3. Logan, batting with patience, was content to let O'Reilly score, and the runs were piled on quickly. A double change was tried before a separation was tfleeted. Logan succumbing to Ernest Tarlinton for 14, when the score stood at 42. Alt-x Tarlinton added 3, and was caught by the bowler, Campbell followed, and was caug...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEGA ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY. Ninth Annual Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

BEGA ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY. Ninth Annual Concert. The Bega Orchestral Society is to be congratulated upon the uniformly ex cellent programme that it placed before tbe public on both evenings of the Show, we but fear the Bega people do not adequately recognise the great services the Society has for about ten years rendered to the noble purpose of providing high class music, both vocal and instrumental. Each year at con siderable risk and cost, vocalists of the. highest order are brought from Sydney, and their cultured performances afford delight to the audience, besides im parting an object lesson to those local singers who aspire to the p'atform or even drawing room vocaliBtn. The ninth annual concert referred to mus>t be numbered amongsi, the very bust given under the auspices of the Society who were fortunate in securing the services of two such splendid singers ab Miss Edith O. King, Boprano, and Mr. Henry Weir, tenor, who are both in the first flight in Sydney musical cirolps ; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

Cbur<& service at Harden was dis turbed on Sunday ereniug by the ■ppc^'ttnce jpf a taaku iCmon^ tlie, con gregation. "Genesis."

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CEURON SERICES, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

GEfiBOS■.gBRSCES, T'lVlVK SKhflCKR will te con'1act«l in J) the district ns follows. BOMAH C&TtlOLI*1. Mass colebra'ed At 8.30 n.m r-Dil 11. 5 a m every Sunday as Cubirgo. Evening devotiont every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. P. KRNNY,

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (Fboh oua Sydney Correspondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Botter—Creamery 9d, factory 8Jd. Cheese 3$d to 5£d. Eggs 12d to 14d. Btcon 5d to 8d. Hams 9d to 9$d. Fowls Is 6d to 8s, Ducks la 9d to 2s 6d. Dr. Maurice O'Connor died yester day. The girl Dubberke has written the Victorian authorities stating that she does not desire any reward in connec tion with the fioot Box Tragedy. The Captain of the stf atner Duke of Norfolk reports that indications of a severe hurricane are apparent on the Queensland Coast) and many beacons washed away and pearling boats stran ded. In the cricket match Australian Eleven against the Rest of Australia, the former won by 7 wickets. In their second innings the latter made 527, leaving the Eleven 248 to get to win, which they did with the loss of 3 wickets only. Darling 104, Hill not out 101. The Legislative Assembly passed the second reading of the Settlers' Relief Bill by a majority of 77 votes to 2, and reached Clause 2 in com mittee. The House t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

The Pope had eo far reoovered on Saturday that lie was able to sit up in an armchair for some hours. Forewarned by the assassination of the Austrian Empress, the authorities are making elaborate arrangements for the safety of Queen Victoria, dur ing her rojourn in the South of France. The .first puV-lio meeting in active opposition to the Convention Bill was -Jieid at the Australia Hotel on Mon ( ,')ty under the auspices of the Old XJolonis'.B1 Anti-Convention Bill Leagne. Atthe Anti-Convention . Bill mwt lug .Mr. T. A Dibbs, the treasurer, announced that four members had donated £100 each, ai d two others bad promised -equal rains. Over 10,000 tignatureB hove been obtained to potions which &r<> to be 3>res' r.ted to th> Legislative Ounoil in ojipopi'ioii to the Convention Bill. | The Victorian railway revenue last j •week .oxceedfd that of the correspond- 1 log period if latt year by £24,073. NNtfin 801S, Builders & Contractors Plans and Specific...

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