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

COBARGO HOTEL. STSRYTSUW A3 IT OTOST TO BE. EXTENSIVE 8TMLINC. . EXPERIENCED CROOM. FOST 9FF1SI HOTEL, ^ COBARGO. Proprietor. J. T. Xeatang h*8 »nn<3»- pl»#snre in «i forming the residents of COHAEGQ. and ; furmnndiop B:«tr eta that lie has taken over tbcabove well-tnown Hotel, and -hopes by IkeepinR tlie REST BRANDS of A?^NEB. SPIRITS, ALES, etc., to merit a fair' share of sti|tpOTt, ' SPKCIAL AITENTI'ON will be paid to 4be wants ofOonnnercial acid «ther travel Sera. OoDcanodions Sample Booms available.' GOOD STABLING and * competent yroom in attendance. S. T. X. togatoannonnoefor (tie bene-' fit til visitors from tlw TELBA. NOO EOOMA. BODALLa ond NEKIilGUNDAH DISTRICTS tthat Hotel fiopsessea nil the ■comforts-era home, "while. food bsroe feed and stabe accommodation eve made apeciali- 't ties ef the establishment. TheCentml H°teU BEGA. Norn nakassroimrt. r. y? ifl-at" «jf tfricOcwin View flatel, Tatlira,'] BROS to remind VISITORS to BEGA that they-frill find the "CRNIKA...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 March 1899

LOCAL AliD G-MERAL NEWS Intending exhibitors are reminded that entries for the Show close to-day. Tbe Secretary will Attend at. his office ap to 9.30. p. no. Otm local produce merchants, Carroll and Co., have had their premises thor oughly painted and a new signboard erected, which gives the place quite a fresh appearance. Mr. John Martin painted the sign and the work is a credit to oar young townsman. The following will represent Cobargo in the third match of the season ftgaimt TilHa to be played here on Saturday next:—Frank, Alex, and Tom Tarlinton, Boyd, Gilbert Logan, O'Reilly, Henry, Chambers, Campbell, and Meeke, with 0 Toole emergency, and F. G. Roberts umpire. The Tilba players will be Ferguson, Picalla, Gor don, Ross, W., E., and R. Boxeell, S ccombe, Sontham, Hapgood and H. Bate, with E. Bate emergency. Thk Cobargo Band kindly volun teered their services on Friday evening, the occasion of Constable Ford's com plimentary smoke concert, and the im provement in their playing ...

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, MMARCH 17, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 17 March 1899

it €tymkk. For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs thai need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. Cobaego, Fbiday, Mauch 17, 1899. That giant of bank reconstruction and general of the Commercial Bank of Sydney, Mr. Thomas Alsop Dibbs, and bis big brother, the blundering, blustering, elephantine knight (whose sole distirgnishing public acts arp, the Becuring by State guarantee the liabili ties of tho33 banks "who in 1893 c uldn't meet their obligations, and the " damn Chicago " polite episode) never show any interest in the cause of Fed eration until a proposed constitution for a Federated Australia ia about to be submitted to the people, when they , tlways oppose it; and they will just as surely oppose any constitution that | fail .a chance of acceptance by the i other colonics. In these brothers provincialism'-ha? two sturdy cham pions, and any Bill that does not con stitute N. S. W. the whole team and the waggon j and the other colon...

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CHURCH SERIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

anvsos snuosa. j 81V1SS HKItVlCKR nil) he cn><tacM in the tliottict m followi. ROMAlf CATUOLI"\ / Hui <*!ebr«!cd »t 8.30am *sd ll."5 a.ro ever; Sunday it Cobirgo. Evening devotions every Sunday at 7-30 p.m. P. KENNY,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

Notice of dissolution of partnership. NOTICE is hereby given thai the Part nershipwkich has for some time past been carried cif %■ ■Frederick Thomas Stennett, • Ernest Icely Pell and William Crawford Allan, raider the style of STENNETT, ipell and allan, in the business of AUCTIONEERS and GENEBAL AGENTS," was this day DISSOLVED by mutual eon ^nt.iund the business Trill in future l>e ^carried on Wider the style or firm of' FELL and ALLAN,' who -will receive all moneys due io the late firm, and pay all liabilities. - Ab -witness <rar VibtiAb this €th day of March, 1899, E. T. STENNETT ' " E. L TELL • V , "WILL. C. allan. "Wlbiess 5 ... Frederick Bland, Solicitor, Beca, " ; NOTICE. be® to return our sincere fhanlrB to thefPUBLXC of Bega and Sur rounding Bisects for tlie support accorded to ihelat« firm of Stennett, Fell and A linn during ttie five years, and trust by efcriot attention $o business to still merit a pontinuanoe offlje eatae. " ■ • <•;?: r. . PELL a...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

OUR^ TELEGRAMS- | ^Faov one bydxb? Coj«espondent.) lisr} %-■<*£ wt> tssbs; > . - I fe»£ ^ ***....... 8s^ney. Thursday. fTTKRj creamery.lld: factory 10jd lllS pW ib j cheese, 4d to ££d per lb ; egg8j l"fli2a to Is 4d ; bacon Sd to ^9 fie"rJb ; haniB, 6£d to 9£d per lb ; fowls, i2s 3d to 3a per pair; ducks, 2a to 3s per pair. .j.Thg.ABremblj^ sat until 9 o'clock jpsten)ay~morning ■when some lively scenes tjcciirred, several members nar rowlyfcscapingieing dealt with by the chairman. < After an all night debate thn House divided on the amendments which .were all disagreed with. The Bill was then returned to the Council; with a message giving the reasons for disagreeing with the amendments. In-thfe^libel action Hutchinson against the •*Ansiralian Star" the jury awarded plaintiff damages £200, in addition to the £50 paid into court. A big movement is lieing organised in Brisbane against the Federal scheme.: The Upper House received the Asa'njMy'a message ^disa...

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DRY RIVER ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

DEI 53TER ATHLETIC CLUB. ' Tji® loUowingare thfel»r>imnatio4)i>nn<? land leaps for the Eftfiter Handicap »rd Hufdlp Race to be rtin oft on ' Easier Monday, 3rd March i— Eabtee Hakdica*. -* ' U,. Bowray (a) ... .. : *-WBufcertfa)^ • ... ... 2 "^"T/Parneir... • ... 2 E. Evans ... ... 6 ; Ji Brown '•... •.. ■'■' -« .9 ■w. Boyd1 - ... • ... '1® A. 3ones ... ... - >li A.Tunipp ;... .. ... H. Aimetts ... V. ... 12 ': W. McFarlatte - ... --... ■ 12 J. Biirtley^.'IM' -i.. -14 "T. \9.' Inskip ... 15 '<?. OonsWble' ... ... 16 J T. "WaUli ... ...#^6 T. M. furaell ... .. 16 ■ ! »«or4^'; t.mg*X « • SBoyi •'■ ... 17 . <3. * ...• ... .is Ir^p.'WsW' .i. : 19 .«•••• •*..-» , -'' WGcMtfll®*!#... .. 22 «_!■: v>3.« »IHcKDI»!®M!E. £ tSftMMM* •-'*«»« ' u» ■t : 2 -aO n:«se/z-zl;. --.j® • w,4 nfift-.' .• T** .itfwfc; , p13., ^13 •iMi. 34' • ft •'9no >: ,>!>&&.*■.-*.i - If ^ap.*j&iHvrfc.... '■ i„' • .... 1? £, HyJand „. 20

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CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR COBARGO CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

COKEESPONDENCE. (To the Editor Cobaego Chronicle.) Sib,—Kindlygrant me space suffi cieDt to. point out what I consider a gross injustice at our Show. On the second <day the following pvent ap peared on tie programme, and was duly called on ;—" Heavy Hackney, to carry not iess than 15 stone in (h« ring." This prize was awarded Mr. Ottan's grey horse carrying a rider weighing about 11$■ stone, although the attention of the judges was drawn to the fact before the award was . made. If this is allowed to pass unchallenged, what is the use of printed conditions with our Shows. Will anv member of the ConimiU.ee px plain ?— -Yours. I «A FIFTEEN STO N E EIDER.' |

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THE GATTON HORRORS. Slaughter of the Franks Family. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

Tflfi GATTON HORRORS, Slaughter of the Franks Family. The newspapers may be said to have ceased making mention of Gatton and its horrors. The superintendent of police and two of his inspectors bare held, we are told, a consultation, and Inspector White has been travelling the country like an itinerant showman, with the suspect Barges*, seeking corroboration of tie vagrant's state ments as to his whereabouts on that fatal Boxing Night. That the nor thern police are in a mud-thick fog is apparent to the meanest intelligence. In the earlier stages of the inquiry the public were buoyed up by positive assurances that the authorities held information of such a startling charac ter that when disclosed a sensation would be created. Eleven weeks have now elapsed and all that the Queens land police have done is to give a sunpect two months on a very elastic charge of vagrancy. A mountain in labor bringing forth a mouse. If the police have any theory in connection with the murder of the three ...

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QUAAMA. (From a Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

1 '1 11 ! QU4AMA (From a Correspondent). A WBlAc meeting was held in the' Lycutn Hall, Quaama, on Thursday, tiie 16th instant, for the purpose of electing trustees for tbe diff-r^nt por 'ion> of the cemetery ; also to nominate for appointment to the Commission of .the Peace three eligible Quaama resi ?dents. Mr. G' O. Hyland senior occu ' i<iert t^e chair, and the secretary, Mr. A. Engleman, read a long list of regu lations in connection with tbe appoint ment and duties of trustees. It wa moved and carried, " That it is desir a' ln to appoint trustees for tbe differ ent religious denominations in connec tion with the cemetery." Messrs W. Dumnietti, John Ringlacd and W. Jjh'ptmi were arpointed for the Churc'i of England. Mr. King polled equally with Mr. Shipton, but withdrew. For tbe Kotunn Catholic portion Meagre W. Tarlinton, senior, W. J. Tarlinton and K J. Gannon were elected ; and tor the Wesleyan, Messrs G. Uyland, senior, S Stenuetc and G. Jones. For the three ge...

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DURHAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

DOEHAMB.il 85 H Judges; Sleasra. J&q. tiMmEjE. Ottonj j and C. Bown m ■g M 1 ^ BnU, 3yrs and ovffii: Tap ag^nton^ ^ Bull 2yra and under 3. J. Boyd 1; 1?. E. Biley 2; 2 entries Cow 8yrs and over. T. Taxlmfcon 1; 1 entry Heifer 2yrs and under 8 j T.Ttoliatcafiy ' 1 entry Heifer lyr and under 2. T. Tarlinton 1; 1 entry Heifer under lyr T. Tarlinton Is 1 entry " ■ ' s Sjxssra. '• Bnll 3jrs nndover.- M. and J. O'Beilly 1; F. G-.'-Eoberte 2j 2 entries . Cow Sjra andover. F. G. Roberta 1; 1 entry . Heifer 2yrs and nnder 8. P. E. Biley 1 s< 1 entry Atebbiees. Bull 3yrs and over. E. G. Cullen 1; J. Boyd 2; S entries Bull under 2yrs. C. Paibery 1; 1 entry Cow Byrs ana over. C. Parpery 1 and 2; 8 entries ~ : Heifer 2yrs and under 3. C. Parbery 1"; P. E. Bil&y 2. 2entries Heifer under 2yrs. C. Parbery X and 2 ; 2 entries Mibcellankous. Pat bollock. D. Tarlinton 1 and 2; 2 : entries Pat cow. D. Tarlinton 1; 1 entry Fat bullock that has never won a, prize. D. Tarlinton ...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

CHAPTER II. , You mast be mad, said Colonel Vane in a low vehement tone. ' It is a chance yon may never have again un til all your yvuih is past. Lynne is unrxceptiouable—both as a man and as a parti. Vexed as I have been at your cavalier treatment of many for mer suitors, yet I confess that there was some kind of ol.jection to them all. To Lynne there is none; he is young, handsome, rich beyond reckon ing, and domes of one of fcheltest fami lies in England. You n.ost be mad.' Peail laughed disdainfully—a hard, mocking sound, quite unlike the musical note ber admirers raved so much about. • It-ally,1 she said, alter a slight pause,' you flatter me. Too think 1 aw qnite iiroristifrta. You, think every who crotaei myptth ii ready to fall down and worship me. Now I »ill set your mind right in this one instance. Mr. Lynne is jast as in different to me as I am to him. We mutually dislike one another. Don't delude yourself with any false hopes, papa, because it would only mean dis appoint...

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ASSOCIATION CRICKET. Tilba v. Cobargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

ASSOCIATION CEICXET I I Tilba v- Cobargo, j I,AST Saturday Tilba eleven visited Cobargo in order to p'ay the third fix ture wi'b the loca] team and it was ex pect-ed tliat a good match would '<e ■wi nes-ed. Tli<- Co'-argo team, how-, ever, after winning severs! iuatcbfB, collapsed entirely aaninst the Tilbaus. It is a rfniarkai.le fact that if the local men have the luck to win, the event causes a good deal of surprise in some quarters, hut in the last mutch, tlie mirprise cai»e in the mantier of the losing. The day was cloudy and no:, at all favorable for the game. Cobargo won thetOKS, and O'Reilly and Lo^an were sent to the wickets. Picalla openrd with a maiden to O'Jieiliy, and Tom Southam took the ball «t thf other end, Lngan being dis posed by. the third iia.1L. Ghambers, following, cut the first for a brace, and 'piayi-dvthe-aejt-t oa, 2—2—4. Ale* ■'TsLtHnton«aoceadedf and another mai den came from Picalla. Jn his next over Sbji'i'aip';* secrfred 3 wirket...

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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

THE BALL. The ball, aa anticipated, -was a great success in every way, about 60 couples being present, including visit ors .from Bega, Moruya, and adjoining centres. The addition to the floor space made by the alterations now in course of completion, gave ample room for the large gatheriug and rendered dancing a comfort. The music was provided by Miss Duckie. Engstrom (piano), Mr. Phillips (vioin); Mr. Morgan (cornpt)j , kindly assisted ■ by Messrs. Alty and Allinghara, (visitors), on the piano and violin respectively. The playing of these gentlemen was of a very high order. The Secretaries Messrs. Campbell and Fiank Tarlinton; carried out every detail in a most thor ough "Vnanner. Mrs. Wright provided the refreshments and.gav* satisfaction.t Messrs Alex Tarlinton and O. Camp tiell undertook the responsible positions of M's. 0. and kept the dancing going without a hitch throughout the even ing and into the small hours of the morning. The dresses of the ladies, in many instances, wer...

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Pretty Miss Vane. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

Pretty Miss Vane. CHAPTER I. Her smile, bo provokingly unem barraseed, were both sweet and haughty, and it was easy to see in her the grand-daughter of one of England's proudest pern. Fascinating ? Ye», dangerously so, Lynne decidrd, as be noted every per fection of form, dress and face. Billy had not exaggerated in the least, whiUt that cool hauteur and sangfroid of tone and manner had no donbt been gained by endless flirtations with var ious successions of lover;, none of whom she had considered worth attach ing herse'f to for life. ' Come,' said Billy, entreatingly, 'say you will forgive us. I'm sure Lynne had as little intention to offend you as I had, and you've known for ages past that I adore you. Ton were very hard apon us.' ' Not harder than we deserved,' said Fransis Lynne, speaking for the first time. 'Of course, our conduct waa unpardonable. The only remark I can ! make is that, from time immemorial, eavesdroppers are said to have suffered j the same fate. I deeply regre...

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"Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

" Evil (o him who evil thinkt." THEY SM: That a priza for 'naked possum would have been a fitting accompaniment to the special prize for damper ; and That a prize for the best wooden plough would have produced some curios reminiscent of the dead past. That it ib generally conceded that a' cyclist must be light and easy in his movements; but That a cricketer the other day dis covered that " lightheadedness" is not a necessary acquirement for a perfect balance. That the S. Counties and Oobargo D. C. Association competitions are practically over ; and That the play in the winning matches in both Associations bore a striking resemblance to each other ; and That Coliargo'e 15 against Tilba's 74, ai d Pambuta's 17 against Candelo's 280, are unique in the way of scoring. That Waltzer has agaiu been sold further north, tliongh not under the same favorable condirioDB. That a man who would call his race horse " Jonah" must naturally expect plenty of luck of the Jonah sort; and • That heis eit...

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MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESOPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

' mrnik. ' (TeoM "OUR OWN CoBBEBPOKDEKT.) Aw^igoyable day's sport was held onj the Moruya iPark on St. Patrick's Day. under ~the management of this R.1 <0. ChuToh wmimittee, assisted by the i TOetnbfTa of the ft. H. O. -Guild,- for' the purpose of raining funds to defray J •expVjiBeB'fii connection withthe church. A8.s«b anticipated, there was not* a 'large at'endanoe, but, considering t1>« ^ad times the record was not tlisap tpointing? Tbe band rendered somr real'y good selections which added much to the pleasure of the. day's sports.. There was no booth on the ground, and as I had -a "perpetual thirt-t caiisi'd by the " <3ruth," I was "compelled to make intermittent visits to town to-lubricato thy thorax, and as my trips were not confined to minutes I missed some of the fun. Patfioolahan on (he 11yds m&Tk -accounted for the principal footrace, B Coppin ^yds running second. E. ■Simpson won tbe high jump, A. Em 5uo»t second. Mr. 'Crapp's Rabo won thr...

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WESL[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

WBBLBTAK. Match 26—Cohargo 11 ; Gantral Tflba 2.30 ; Cornn-A 7.3U M. WALKBB.

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COBARGO 1899 SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

COBARGO 1899 SHOW. Afteb much filling and Backing on the pact of the Committee the Cobargo A. P. 3t H. Society's Ninth Annual Show came off on Tuesday and Wed nesday of this week, and, when the exceptionally dry season is taken into consideration, the* display in every eeci,ion, .cattle only excepted, was of a highly meritorious order, and, in many sections, notably vegetables, food, agricultural products, needle atad fancy work, the exhibits in quantity and quality were quite equal to any Tormer' years.. ;The. potatoes were uniformly superior and show whtifc possibilities are before the Cobargo district in the production of this staple agricultural product. Table pumpkins were well represented with.22 entries, -thp majo rity %ein^s*)f BuperioflqualHjS while the cattle variety had 9 entries, all fine specimens of this useful fodder product. The Dairy produce section, naturally, whs not numerically well filled, but the quality was quite up to date. The band-made and -separated Gutter...

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SECOND MILKING (MORNING). [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

Second Milking (morning). Blgsgom 14Jlbg, test. 3 8, Witter yield^*. • V' ')■ "**'■„?" '1^ * ^ Nfeger I^Um, test Dain-maid llibsj 'test ' 5'2;"t8fttlr2 yie]d^88-1f - "*&. m mi Nelly 2Jlb«, teat €•!, butter yields 'IT.-a-f5 SwMyjfc prfej'{.Blossom, 271bs. JlT digger, 2. t *.,. . ;r;;'- *£ -: Creamery Co's priee,^Iosto^,'t)tfttier fat, 106 j Nigger, 2. ' "" Baielby's special; 4ffelly, test 6-1, 1,

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