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ANGELINA AT HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

ANGELINA AT HOME He who would the daoghter win Moat with tlie mother first begin This is doubtless a wise and some what old-fashioned theory. Perhaps if acted on less would be heard of un happy unions and ill-assorted marriages. It has always seemed that the young man of the present day is not permitted to see enough of the girl of his choice in hpr own home and among her own family. It is a good thing to have some knowledge of the mother of the woman you would wed. As it is, the liberty permitted to the daughter in the present day often allows her to visit placeB and to make acquaintances which are, to say the least-, undesirable. The courtship is carried on out-duors and the marriage oi two people who have had no real opportunity of obser ving each others characters and qnal»^ ifications too often «nds in dusster.-. It would be a good thing if Edwin were allowed to hear how Angelina speaks to her mother when she is tired or " huffed.' To observe the habits of that same sweet girl ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Evil to him who evil thinks." TEET SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

" Evil to him vsho evil think*." TEET SAY: That if Cobargo cannot boast of a Boot Box Tragedy it has already worked up a Soap Box Comedy. That a cock crow does not always signalise the coming of dawn ; and That a couple the other night after a hurried consultation on hearing this dread sound, cam-* to the conclusion that " it must be getting late"; and That it turned out the poultry were only being caught for vhe n^-xt day. By the way, it is significant that Judas betrayed Ins Master at cockcrow. That Cobargo's financial expert has again announced his intention of op posing the Commonwealth Bit!; and That this must be received cumgrano talis as the " Daily Telegraph " has not yet announced itself on the Bill. That the fat bullock for tl e guess iug competition to be Mipp ied by D.Tar linton will not be of the poddy o;der. That a certain "poultry expert", ruled the " roost " in the hen section at the Bega Show ; and That although the Society gave a piizefor tui keys, not stating whet...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 10 March 1899

Important Notice. ALL SUBSCRIBERS who do not reccive thtir paper RF.O (T LARLT will oblige by REPORTING THli FACT at this office.

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

Our Representative MR. H. BLACKSTON Will wait upon our ouatomers at rega larintervale, when orders will recive procupt *nd -careful attention. T, J, TARLINTON, COBAflCO. tHIHE BSET AND MOTION AUVAVd ON HANH. IbmiEes waited on for Orders J. CARROLL&CO. PRODUCE MART. OOBARG<J. 9SBHSV, SU328i 2EAST VOZ3JOIO. 3d fltT-HATPH ALWASSSKSAHS —ALSO— JILL WORK *& *he TrNSMHTH'S ITRAiDE'executed In first-class style. ■& The Central BEGA. Veitc Stow WaaaeBaNnt. J.W-.fwyiifi, '£Lat-> df tfieOoean View Hotel, TathrsJ BEGS *e *eimi>d VISITORS to BEQA tinlt. they will "find tSie 'CENTltAI. •offer* Fpeci--1 Advantages. lieing "furm-li^d tlinuifchmrt wsfch a J-PuClAL RKGAlil') TO •QOMtTOKT, Bed with all modem conve niences Th» Pedrooms *M lofty, and wiry, ;audBath» are adjacent to the'bedrooms. tiui -et (or (Families Rmtirarant * Specialty tmd Besscmable Charges TJi -tJilKard Boom £2 tablet*.] i« the best «ut ot fydu^y The Mrfb'ee -are "Well p:ovidedvi 1iFod3er,...

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

For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For Oe future in the distance, And the good that we can do. CoBABao, Friday, March 10, 1899. Every person wi:l aynipathise wi h the. hardships which are being suffered by the farmers and settlera in the wheat-growing arraa of -this colony, and no one can take exception to the principle underlying the action of the Government in advancing money to these necessitous colouists in the Nor thern districts. But if the application of the socialistic principle can be applied to the drought • ttricken portion of the colony alluded to, it can with equal fairness, be administers d in other parts that are struggling under the preheat adverse climatic conditions. And in this category is included the South coast territory. We freely admit that we are not in such despe rate straits as cur northern neighbors, but there are very luauy instances in which the relief promised by the Pr mier would be availed of, and save elector* ...

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

WEEKLY CALENDAR. IV ys of >h« I S>ay of | Sun I t-un I Moon Wrrk. | Month | Rises | ^ eta | Rieea FCICAT | Mar 10 j 6 BO ] 0 21 | 3 65 fA«TR[JA* I „ 11 1 5 51 I 6 20| 5 S f-CNDAY 12 j 5 G2 0 18 | 8 13 Monday j 13 I 6 53 | 6 17 | 7 21 Tupbday l „ HI 3Mi 0 101 8 28 W'OKEBD r j „ 1ft I 6 64 I 0 14 I 9 33 THURSDAY I „ 16 5 55 I 6 13 f 10 36

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Lover from Dartmoor. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 March 1899

A Iiover fromi)artJ2ioor. CHATTED; XI. She took his Arm' and essayed to take a step or i'wo, .but her foot was too badly irjured ; the pain was too intense.- She gave ft little despairing moan, and tank upon the ground again. ' Nd, you must go, and send some one to fetch we. Oil, please—please mike haste; It'a no use my trying,' she cried, bursting into tears again. *1 can't walk.' 1 Then 1 must carry you, dearest,' he raid, the. word.seeming to'slip f om hia lips quite naturally. You'll let me, won't you? I am very strong, and you are no great weight. Tl ere, if you will put your arm round my neck I can carry you quite oasily so.' She suffered him to lift lier, and to carry her just as if she had been a child. He was, as he had said, very strong j nevertheless, encumbered as he was, he could not walk quickly, and there was no house nearer than the Lodge itself. They would certainly be half an hour in getting there. O'lve was wild with apprehension. ' What time is it?' she kept aski...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLBYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 March 1899

WE6LBTAN March 19—Wandella XI; Quaama ; 2 SO. ; Cobargo 7.30, . .41. WALKBB,

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THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 March 1899

THE ALMIGHTY DOELAB. A. church member 1h Toronto took a nigger to church' with him the other Sunday, and the following conversation is raid lo have tskon place between the member and another brother: r' ,s • ' Bro'herSa-jthj-whatdoPBthiBptBan?' • What does this mean' ? «. Bringing a nigger to Ibis church,, • Bat he is inteliiguiit.and well edu cated.' " ^ ..t: ■. ' Who<sM¥aiorthat? Ueisanigger.' ' But he is a frirnd of minr.1 ^ \Vhntof that 1 v MuBt you therefore iiisult the^hp'e .congregation f ' But he is a Christian and belongs to the same denomination.' ! Whit do Icara&r ifiatf Let hUiw g6j*n& worship With hit fellow.^igaera^' ^Butjhgis ^ft^6,d3bipOO pilars,' said the merchant! 2 • W^xjih *hatf -.' s . v-,. tjt W JEhjft miJUooKioliarB.'.'.~, v.. ^ ... ' Worth JjJM&OOftdoUturskl' Brother^ Smiui, iHlroduty SIi*"^r 1>o^n n I ci a. ^ „

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Pretty Miss Vane. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 March 1899

Pretty Miss Vane. CHAPTER I. •You don't mean to say sol Why my dear fellow she is quite a profes sional beauty. Dresses, lives, walks, talkB to kill, ■with nothing tut ber beauty as her stock-in trade, you've positively never seen lier!' and little Billy Slowcotube actually gasped with amazement. ' Never,' replied his companion with a s'ightly contemptuous laugh. * I've uo doubt the is quite as popular as you describe, but I've only juEt returned home after two y< are1 ab sence, and if I ever beard her name, I've forgotten it by this time.' * By Jove ! there's a treat in store for you, continued Billy eagerly, ' pr< - pare lo meet the charge. You'll be fathoms decp in -love before you are | many hours older.' j * I'm afraid I am hardly' the novice yon credit me with being,', laughed Francis Lynue, a trifle more soornfully than before. ' I don't wear my heart upon ray sleeve to be pecked at, by every bird of prey who chanceB to cross iny 'path. ' Ton were always...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTER-ASSOCIATION CRICKET. Bega v. Cobargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 March 1899

INTEE - ASSOCIATION CRICKET Bega v. Cobargo The Southern Counties and Cobargo District Association elevens met for the Becond time tbis season on the Bega ground on Saturday last, the game resulting in a win for the home team by 4 runs on the first innings. The scores were 72 and 68 respec tively, such modest totals not being a very flattering tribute to tbe quality of the batting, even after making every allowance for the excellence of the bowling. Tbe fielding on both sides was smart, the visitors taking the palm in tbis department. The catches made by Frank Tarlinton and Ross, which disposed of P. Tarlinton and Pell, were simply magnificent, \ while Goodsell, in the second innings, made a sensational one-hand catch on the rails, getting rid of that dangerous bitter, A. A. Brown. In wicket keeping Goodsell did not show up to his usual form, although it must be remembered that he had to -take such bowling as only comes from a fast lefthander. Brown, the Bega repre sentative, found ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 March 1899

A MEETING of members of above will be held on the ground on tSA'TURDAY, lSih instant, for the purpose of electing officers to fill vacancies. F. KELLY, Presideut. WANTED A smart WAITRESS for tbe two days of tbe SHOW. Apply be- ^ fote Saturday. MRS. KEATING, ' Post Office Hof/el. COBABGO MESSRS LASSETTER & CO.: Silver Cup, value £2/2; for best 3 dairy heifers tinder 3 yearn, tke property «f exhibitor. . MR F. E. RILEY £1/1; for best 3 bag* of wattle bark (chopped). MR. F. E. RILEY JO/6; aseondprize for jumping hackney (high jump). MR, J. T. KEATING £1/1, for best gent'abacfcney. MR. J. P.WALKER £1/1; {or best ladies hackney. MESSRS M. & 3. O'REILLY £1/1; (or bnftt pair gentlemen riders, to ride three times round the ring over jumps. Mr. G. F. KING £1 le ; For perepn winning tbe most prieea in AgrI cultural Section. SIR. T. J. TARLINTON £2 2s: For weight guessibg competition. SOCIETY'S PRIZE £1 and 10»; for but Sow and Litter, litter not to bs more than 6 weeks eld. SP...

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"Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 March 1899

" Evil to km who evil thinkt." THEY SAY: That a printing office is generally re garded as the most unlikely spot; to find any superfluous piety lying around; but That under the 'Chronicle' office (standing some feet from tbe ground) our devil found a copy of Sankey hymns ; and That tbere being no necessity for the voluwe amongst the piouB staff, the owner or anybody else may have same and no questions asked. That a number of enthusiasts (par ticularly those who witnessed the game) are not Batinfied with the result of the inter-Association match played in Bega on Saturday ; and That it is contemplated arranging a fixture shortly, in order to once more bring the teams together independent of the Association. That cats and women alike have an aversion to water for ablutioaal pur poses; and That-, apropos of the foregoing a Oobargo girl residing in Mornya street was overheard to say to her mother "Shall I wash my hands or wear my gloves"; and That this natural feminine antipathy to wate...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 March 1899

MISCELLANEOUS. Mr.Tieid,replying to * question in the A>senil)1y^ denied that Mr. /Wont bad rorfgrted hil poet as Attomej Generaj, or given any bint of his In tention to do so. ' Inthe Legislative Assembly on Tuesday night tbe Advances to Settlers Bill w+a taken through committee, and the third reading Seed (or Tuesdajr next. ( ' It Is officially denied that Lsver or any other person has been chosen as thirteenth man of the Australian ericlcet team to visit England.' ; M. Duboe, a Trench naval expert, ton^dtn the British navy powerful enough to resist the combined fleets of Fracce, Rrjuia, and Germany. During the war between America and Spain, 329 Americans were hilled in action, and 125 others died of wounds.... No fewer than 5277 Americans died from various diseases during the war vgainst Spain. ' A number of porpoises were driven 35ft. up a cliff at Flinders Islands, North Queensland, during tbe hurri ■cane. ' A woman, becoming caught In some machinery-at a French laundry, was...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMOKE SOCIAL TO CONSTABLE FORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 March 1899

SMOKE SOCIAL TO CONSTABLE FOfiD. Tats event «h in every way the snc oasB it was expected to be, and the popularity of the guest deserved it sbonld be. Just 40 sat down to the tables which were laid out in Host Graham's best style. The chair w»b occupied by Sir. H. J. Street, J.P., and the vice-chair by Mr. P. Wilson. Apologies for unavoidable inability to attend were received from Mr. Roberts J.P., and Senior-Sergeant Moss of Bega, both gentlemen paying high tribute to Constable -Ford's character. Before the toast list was commenced Professor Hmlken played a pianoforte selection. The chairman then proposed the Queen, and followed with the toast of the evening, "Oar Quest/' He said it was just three years and three months since Constable Ford came to' Cubargo, and during that time he had proved himself an efficient officer and a popular and useful townsman. He bad had many opportunities of obser ving tbeir guest's conduct and aS a result he was not surprised at tie pro motion that, h...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 March 1899

> 'V - ' - f-' CHURCH^OP KK6LAK0. JIa-cli )9—Colwrgo 11 ; Xi ba,2.30. j Bcr ma^ui (H. C.)7. 30. - . g^g*R8R.

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

OUR TELEGRAMS Sr»#ET CQBBBMHQI*T>) Sydney, Thursday. Bsppit-^jClrMniery and faitory 10d, ispt ''to Clieegfl 4 jd to fijrf. Bacon 6Jd to 8d. Hates 8d to 9^. Eggs ls2d to la 3d. Fowls 2s to Ss. Ducks2sto3s. , . The Legislative Council continued the debate on tbeEo&blipg Bill -till 10 o'clock. At times discu«sion waxed very lively. The second refcding «kl carried on the voifcei In committee an amendment jraa .carried by a large majority to have tbe referendum taken not less than three wontha^ienoe. An offer at a compromise on behalf of tbe Government to two months was rejected by the Council. Another amendment was also car* tied, making the .number of voted required as an affirmative at the referendum at least a fourth of the total on the rolls. . -Hughes imm& diately moved that progre88 be re ported in order to allow the Govern ment to consider the situation. The House adjourned until to-day, and it is quite evident that the Council intended inserting amendments -ev...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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CHURCH SERICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 March 1899

catTsoBijER'iGEa. T'lTINB RRHVICKR will lo ccn'luotei in Jl llie district^ follows.!^ ; . 1 v ^■SMoSn^r'. \ Mass a(^.30»tni »n3 eve¥y Sobd*y it'Cobirgo. * ~ Evening devotionc eveiy Sunday at 7.30 p.m. P. KENNY.

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

CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor Cobargj Chronicle.) Sir,—For many year* the farmers and others on the South Coast have labored under various difficulties, one of the greatest being the matter of a reason able freight charge to and from Syd ney. The rates al ways have bean out of all proportion to the other charges and the work done. As a remedy I would suggest that the shippers and residents' generally form a'Co-operative Stromsh^gi Co. *o include all pbrts from Eden to ' Ba'<-man's Bay. By this n eans Mre could have our goods-carried cheaper and have the profits divided amongst the sTinreholdtira— the shippers. Surely if an outside Company can-aman sufficient capital out of-the district to enable them to periodically'send tOjJngjand for new boats, we could easily mate the thing pay under the co-operstive system. Z would suggest that. the shares be £1, so .one man, to hold more than jto^vtna^biM (5»' every person over the age of say ,16 years ttnpppbrtn'iiity of securing a...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 March 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. X>«7a of iba } Bay o£ ) Sec. i Eon I Moon Wotk. j Month I Rises J fets j Biaes FbidaT | Mar 17 | 6 SB | 6 12 hATCBDAT j „ 18 | 6 56 j 0 19 FBNDAV !„ IS I 6 C7 j 6 9 Monday | ,. SO | S 58 { 0 8 Tuesday j „ 21 j 5 6? [ 0 6 W'dvesdt j „ 22: 6 59 j 0 5 Xhwmuajt ( 23 j £ 0 j 6 4

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