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

CllUBCR OF EKQLAKO. March 26—W»ncle!ta ll; Qmuuna 2.30 CoUwgo 7.80. O. BOABK8.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

THE VARIETY ENTERTAIN MENT. The {/i^jttreme'y comical1' fare, | Mad as a Hat ter, wag played to a good i house on the first night of tbe Show, the different charactern being well stt& tuiaed by local amateurs. The tab ieauxvivaatspromiseil by the Professor, did Dot tdrn 'up, and the lightning .-.k'-tchcs by tbe s«nts artist were^A fined to Uie delineation of a pig in the different phases of that anitoa '« exis tence up to tbe time that iie receiver his quietus at tbe hand of tbe butcher We knew the representation was that of a pig because the delineator said bo. The entertainment was the first of the kind ever seen in Oobargo'."

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

vVttKL'Y CALENDAR, Days of ih; I Bay of j Poo I Sola I Moon W«t, j Month | Rises | ?ets ] Biset. FaiDiY ' V»' 17 1 .VI Vh AT ]8 Villi \Y j 19 I si.'MJxy "i , 20 1 .21J "• DN-i ^Dr I 22 I'BBHSDiT | , 23 i 6 50 I 6 12 1 11 87 6 56 « 10 j P.M. 6 G7 1 6 9 1 2-J, 5 58 I 6 8 | 2 6 OS- 6 J,2 -.4 5 59 I 8 6 3 19 6 01 6 4 3 61

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

CWUBGO HOTEL. mmnueiiHBaa WEST SIMPLE M Oa tli* CoMt. /• ummt tTABUM. gytMKny eMW| , Jum mr ima urn, COBARGO. f. T.KBATHIC Proprietor. J. T. YiW*ing much plnunM in V tomlng «he lesidmM •*( OOBAfiOO atod Farr«Midinir Diwrtti thai lie "hag taken ovsr tbeabore toell-Vnown Hotel, and hopes by fcanfoctfce MCST 8BANDS of WINES. SPIRITS ALES, «*c., to ®arit • Mr «bira ot support. tSWOClAL ATTENTION will be mtd to 4he*rant«0f'Commercial and other Ttavri Sen. CoBi«ndioD§ Smple Boom arailable. GOOD STABLING aad « com patent groom faattaadasoa. J. T. E. bejrt to anponnce for the bene. «t of vWton from the TILBA. NOO BOOMA. UQDALLA«ndJ78aKi«C7NOAH ClfTEKTS that fcs Hotri powam all the •comforta-ofa home, while good bona feed *nd atabe accommodation i>re madaapeciali* ilea of the«(tabluhneat The Central H°tel, BEGA, £Lat «f AeOccaa View Hotel. TathraJ BROS to remind VISITORS to 8 KG a that they will find the CBNTKAl ■ottm Hprci I (tvaotRgra. being furoMied thrnD&aoat with* HPhCEAL KkO...

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

For lite cause that larks assistance, For the wrongs thai need resistance, For tie future in the distance, And the good thai we can do. Cgb&rgo, Friday, Mabch 24, 1899. Thk Ninth Annual Show of the Co burg j A. P; & H. S ciety has come and gone, and, despite ibe pessimistic forebodings of some people, the '99 ex liil'i ion rnuii b- labelled one of the gr> aieht snceHSseB t-ince the inaugura ti -tj of (he Society. And this success, ghiuid under the Dipst tiying climatic conditions, teaches in a practical and forceful way, one great lesson—that' tb" Annual Show, whatever its iitili- | tarian effects, or w etherornot it justifies the monetary support given l>y i the State, it has become an established and recognised institution, and (lie people will, even under the most, un i favorable conditions, stand loyally liy the Society in the holding and main tniuing of these annual exhibitions.' And, f r the fu!ure, the Committee in power, should, in j;ood time fix the I ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE EDITOR, COBARGO "CHRONICILL." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

THE EDITOR, COBARGO "CHRONICILL."     I take your asinine jibe about as seriously as the Electors of Moruya & Bega the candidature of a certain political ass (spelt with a big a, too ) that occasionally parades its (with a small i ) asinine antics before them to their great edification. What a pity it is that the Cobargo A. P & H Society did not offer a prize for the greatest ass — You would have walked in ! Never mind, I'll promise to use my influence with the president, and get him to give one next year ; so that there is still hope for you. As you will probably experience some difficulty in digesting the above after swallowing it, you had better take a good dose of the "Cure."   THE SAME OLD W CORRESPONDENT. Bega, 21/3 99. [We received the above anonymous stuff, and fix the author as identical with the young pup that essayed the impossible task of fielding with his   hands in his pocket. The letter speaks for its...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 24 March 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.   IN i-or rep vt of Constable Ford'p I ci'iiiplime'tary social »e emitted toj n.en'ion thai Mrs. Ford's name was' ovpled with her husliand'e in the many ep <-cli s n-arif*. Th f lou-jn^ con titutj s Cobargo's i. a . f . ihe i■ • tch agmnst Drv River © a u dity next:—Logan, Gilbert, O'Toolf, Meeke, Saxelny, WiUon, K-at.up, Ai n-ire, Roberts, O'Reilly andF id, with Henry emergu.cj'. This Postal Depar-mcnt has arranged for tie inmrauce of articles transmitted by parcel post when de-aredby the! i-r-ii'ler. The ueeeeary forms and all . inf rrQ-ttion may be obtained froniv the - locil fto-tmaster. -• • Trbovqh the representations of our j priM ruaH'i'r, t JJ r. Horsey, ^ ,fclie" mail, tinie-t«aie froni Bega to: Moriya'ljas j b«" n rtsviseH, a»d 'he Sydney Mail is j now dfiiveted in Cobargo at 9 a. m. instead of lO. -BO. ^ T* ^ We fre'^ad to ^ee that t\io'rev.' b, S 'ftrcs ha.-' to far recovered from his I rec-n: accident to allow him to driv...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899

PBX8BTTBSIAK. April 25—Cobargo 7.30 p.m. „ 26—WwfeUa. 7.30 p.ai.: ; ^ ffi-SSftS- I. D. MTJEBAT.

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WEEKLYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899

f^lbk'IAK. ■ April J L*{ Beraiftgui 3; Co lt. WALKER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899

—DRY IHVJSR— ATHLETIC CLUB. WILL HOLD THEtB Mammal Sporte (On the uaual course, kindly lent by Mr. Boyd) —on— EASTER MONDAY, I April 3rd, 1899. [OFFICIALS—President, Mr. D. G. | Inskip; Vice-president, Mr. D C. Sullivan ana Mr. Boyd, sen.; Judges, Mr. Chas. Parbety and | Mr. John Bingland; Starter, Mr. W. J. Tarlinton; Ma«ter of Tracks, Mr. Jat. Inskip; Handi cappers, Messrs. F. £. Biley, D. G. Inskip and W. McLeod; Clerk of Course, Mr. G. Inskip; Treasurer, Mr. D. C. Sullivan; Committee, Messrs. Jas. Intkip, C. Inskip, J. Bingland, T. B. Nutley, W. Mcleod, Jas. Gilbert, jun., B. J. Logan and J. Logan. PROGBAMME— Opening Handicap of £2. First prize £1 10s, second 10s. Distance 125yds. Post entrance 2s. Easter Handicap £16. First prize £10, second £3, third £2, fourth £1. Distance 160yds. Nomina tion 4s, acceptance 4s. Youths' Bace, for all y> ntbs nnder 16 years of age, 17s 6d. First prize 10*, second 5s, third 2s 6d. Post entrance Is, distance 100yds. Hurdle Race £3; first prise...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FILIPINO WAR. Fighting on Saturday and Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899

THE FILIPINO WAB. Fighting on Saturday and Sunday. Mxjob-G enebal Otis reports to the United j States Government that in the engagement in the vicinity of Manilla some 12,000 Fili pinos took part. The engagement was dig tingnished by great determination on the part of the Americans. The troops under the command of Major-General Otis were greatly hampered in their advance by the thickness of the jungle through which they had to pass( and also by the excessive heat, which haa throughout the campaign proved most trying to the fighters unaccustomed to the climate of the Phillipines. The jungle also afforded splendid cover to the insurgents following their shatpshaoting methods. Whilst there were only 16 Ameri cans lolled during Saturday's engagement, it is estimated that of the 200 Filipino casu alties no fewer than 200 of the insurgents | were killed. Before evacuating Halabon, the principal position wrested from u, the Filipinos set fire to the town. Even tually they fled in a state o...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899

CHUBCH or BNGIiAHD. April ?-Cabargo (H.C.) 11; Dignam's Creek 2^30} Tilba ^fl.C.) 7.30. - G. SOABES.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899

OfiTJROS SBRICSS. | k I VINE SERVICES will be conducted " in the district as follows :— BOM1K CATHOLIC. cetetaited at8.30 a_m. andil.15 a.*m. "iy it Cobarao. ;^^Sr6Bon|Bvery Sunday at 7.30 P. KENNY.

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ASSOCIATION CRICKET. Tilba v. Dignams Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899

ASSOCIATION CRICKET. Tilb» v. Dignams Creek. These clubs met at Wallaga Lake on Saturday, the match resulting in ^com fortable win for the home tean. Going first to the wickets, the Dig&ams men could do nothing with the bowling of Tom Southam, who secured 8 wickets, the other two batsmen being run out. A. Stewart and G. Constable were the only ones to reach doable figures, the total being 52. Tilba soon bad Dig rams in difficulties, and run up 107, before they were disposed of, W. BoxBell making 17, Hobbes 23, H. Bate 13 not out, Hapgood and Picalla 10 each. The Constable brothers were the most successful bowlers. With about 2 hours of play, Dignams went in for hard hitting, and made 97, Stewart again coming out on top with 35, A Constable making a dozen, and sundries playiDg a rattling innings for 13, Picalla secured 6 wickets for 29, Southam 3 for 38. Tilba had a quar ter of an hoar's batting and bad made 28 for one wicket, Seccombe 8, Hobbes 14, both not out, when time wa...

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Increasing the British Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899

Ificreuin# the Britisb Army. Tra peaoe proposal a of his Majesty the Czar prosper apace, bat the pace is the •nail's, and the movement the crab's— backward. Last one of all, England, usually the least inclined for military armWatanfyhas decided to go for a few thousand men, in pnrramce of the Britiih policy of expansion and aoqutsitiveness. "That be shall get who has the power, and he shall keep who can," is the aocepted policy of «very bat toe in Christendom, and it is dificult to say how to alter it. To preach disarmament fa to presuppose that every -country is equslly honor able, whereas human natare saggeets that covetous dcss and aggression will go on to the end, might triumphing, and the weakest going to the wall. If England were unable to hold India by force of arms, who will donbt but that die Ccar would oome through the Passes and hoist the vertical flag. If England had no navy, who would dis pute that France could easily seise Australia, America Canada, and Ger many Cape C...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dry River v Cobargo, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899

Dry River v Cobargo, CsicEET in Oobargo ib slowly dragging out its tired length, and the look of a pitch is getting monotonous to even the enthusiasts. With the departure of the Australian Eleven the interest in Sydney cricket relaxes and with no brilliant batting records from the Lig guns the lesser lights at once vote the game uninteresting. The present sea son has been a busy one, and the local Association can at least be thanked for the incessant supply of cricket. Aad if there are no new players of ex. traordinary merit forthcoming it is that the young fellows of the district do not avail themselves of the oppor tunity to become players by joining one-or other of the associated clubs. This season the senior players had to contest in a double round while (he juniors finished their competitions in two matches with each club. A new departure might be tri.ed next year. As the juniors are presumably those who are inexpert at the game, they should be more largely catered for; and as ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (FKOK OCR 8lDXrr CoMttfeXOXXT.) Sjrdnaj, W«dne«3»y. The Conference betwaen the mana gers of (U two Boom. WW to •irin at « HtUntuqr agreement. The Premier hint* it fresh appoint swat* bat ridicules the idea of a dis solution. Later. The Coaforenoe discussed the point* •t issne for over five honrs, the Coun cil reprsteatatires detenninedly stand-. las ',by their amendments, while the Aun% managers vmjut aa stab ion -la fighting lor theirs. Subse quently, ||i the Assembly, the Premier made a statement of a moat important character, expressing regret that a satisfactory way oat ot the deadlock bad not beta arrived at, bat added that the Government would not allow! the great national cause of Federation ] to be Mocked by the Upper House. ] 31m People'* representatives wen the pooper arbiter* in a question of the present kind, the legislative Assembly being elected specially to deal with Anstralian Ualoo, and it wonld not lie thwarted or cast aside by a nomi nee body, and he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899

CURIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS, " Chumpkins" writes: " I send here with from my collection a few fanny" ads—funny without intent— Annual sale now on. Don't go any where else *o be chested, come'in here. A lady wants to Bell her piano as she is going to England in a strong case. j Furnished apartment* suit gentle man 30 ft. long. _ For sale—Apiano, prop, of a gentle man with carved legs. Bull-dog for sale; will eat anything ; very fond of children. Wanted a hoy to be partly inside and partly outside. For sale, a phaeton, prop, of a gentle man mtb V'moveVtole heaapieoe. - Lost, ;an umbrella belonging to a gentleman with two :bent ribB. . Harry Trott, whom the -aw'ggob M'Laren condescended to acknowledge as ,t he best cricket-captain in the world unhappily sh' ■ wRpraotio ^lly nosi? n' of improvement. He is livingat 8l Molb. tviiff-'a5 »mined " nlirse' in attendance.' He ia as rotund as evelp, bnt cricket, or anything else for tl at matter, pone-sns vcjry lit* 'e ioterentfur poor - -Trotty. A ...

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" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899

11 Evil to him «<ho evil think*." THEY SAT: That (he Painbula Voice is Afraid1 the morals of the young of both sexes will be corrupted by the performance* of a certain travelling Company"; but That prudery is frequently mistaken for real morality, and the conduct of a Sunday School teacher or ohoir singer sometimes discloses more immoral ten dencies than music hall ditties; and That to the pure all things are pure, and immorality is the fruit of a corrupt heart and requires no extraneous assis tance to develop its filthiness. That for the Dry River Handicap, Evans, being veil, should win. That a correspondent of last week was right when be said the decision at the Show in the 15 stone haokneya was wrong; but That, at the same time, the old tressel-legged crock ridden by the pro testant Couldn't win against a working bullock. That the manager of the Wandella factory fully appreciates the consider ation of the sneak thief who, while filshing his coin, left the bank notes in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 31 March 1899

Progress Committee. ersozAL Msanerff. I/TESTING MONDAY NEXT, Department of Mile Works, HAW. BoadaOSoe, Bun, Vm Mawfe, 1899. TENDERS uldnmi to the Clerk of Petty Session* at Bfeg*. and endorsed "Tender for Bead Work,*" will to received up to NOON on MONDAY. 10th APRIL, 1899, lor work on the following roads t— Contract Ha. (MM, -Btp to Bermagnii; 33-98-9, Bernaagm to Tilba Tilb»; 3H09, Bernugni to Gstaxgo: jmd 85<984^€Mg* aam'e Creek to BertaagoL Specification*, for all Hie works raay be seen at" the Beg* Coortfeonae and at the Benaagui Police Statfon, and thoee for contracts 38, M a#d 88 Mttbe Cobawo Pol joe Station. ■J. DOUGLAS BATHGATE, MR. F. G. HEADY 8CBGICAI AKD MECHANICAL ' , DXKTI8T, '0ASX-3TRJBET. E30A, WILL VISIT COHARGO AT BKGULA& PERIOD?. WILLIAM BOOT, Hoe. Seo.

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