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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
Mr. William Vandetbilt has piw-en i«d JE2,000,000 to Lis soa as e. wedding gift. ' It Is the opinion > £ Mr. Kingston that thn Australian^ dnrationwillbe in wking ortoHnJSOl; ' ■ Betweec 40,000 and SO.OCO people attended tbe •show on- Friday estab lishing a recordfor attendance Next week «evemA^nemVwr» of Par liament will open tbe campaign against tbe Federal Bill. - -pi-- - Th'e encroachment of- the flea npcii the land, on the shores of Great Britain, particularly between -Witbemaea knS the Humber, has become so tenons: a to call for imfnediatfcaction. The old village of Kilnsea, together wiifl) several other villages, is now under, the sea, anfl#£he existing village b>q* . ell to open onV a direct cour^a to ihe Huraber. Thei* is practically no c'itf top, and v.-itb injjli tidei tbe fields, are flooded - •
"Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
11 Evil to him toko coil think*.'' THEY'-SAY; Thai there is more joy in t]be£S ronieJe oJJBceover onemid-up suMRpber than the depths of |tinetj-ni^; "|original lpSfcte"- , .. '4t 4 That the way in which, a certain VVandella man •'Iaid " EvanB (after the race was over) caused a regular " scrum and —That -the amounts -quoted- went to show that the jovial barracker must Ibave fancied he had a " leg in " in the | Tyson estate. Th^t after the first heat in the Dry River big handicap had been run (in which Evans was ran out) the look on the knowing ones was most ludicrous; and That those who were walking about with one eye shut in the morning con soled themselves towards the evening by allowing Hennessy to close both. That the Chronicle tipped EvanB for the Blaster Handicap at Dry River if he was well—well, he wasn't well. That some one must have run short of "drinking silver" at Dry River, and borrowed some from Jim Walsh without the option. That some of the runners at the recent sports ...
OUR TELEGRAMS (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
OUR TELEGRAMS (Faoii ocr Sydney Cobbkbfondsnt.) Sydney, Thursday. Bother, creamery and factory lid, dairy lOd to 10§d, pastry 9d to 9Jd per lb; cheese, 5a to 6d per lb; bacon 6|d to 9d per lb; hams, 8d to 9Jd per lb ; eggs, Is to Is 3d per doz; fowls, Is 7d to 3a per pair; docks, 2s to 2s 9d per pair; muscovy, 2s 6d to la per pair. The billiard championship match 20,000 up between Roberts and Daw son was won by the former by 1814 points. Lyne made an important political address at the Chamber of Manufac tures yesterday. With regard to Federation he regretted that this colony did not join the Federal Council which would have been the means of securing freetrade throughout Australia. He thinks that we should net be rushed into Federation at any price, every elector shonld have an opportunity of carefully weighing the merits and faults of the Bill. He will not be bullied or hoodwinked into matters concerning Federation. He was to tally opposed to Beid's proposal to swamp the Upper Hous...
The Carpet at the Door. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
The Carpet at the Door. Sous women much prefer to use a bit of rag carpet in place of a regular nude mat at their doors. It is a good idea. I( there is anything better calculated to attract a man's attention than a rag carpet at a door, we don't know of it. It causes more hard feel ing, and is productive of more hard and unforgiving wordB, than any article about the house, excepting always the family hammer. Three pieces of rag carpet thus situated will bankrupt an upright man inside of a fortnight, and turn a happy home into an uproatious and outrageous Bedlam. Not one man in one hundred can go through a door thus protected without catching his foot in that carpet, to the creat dancer of Untiring himself vio lently to the floor, and flattening his mse. And it Dot only twists bis leg*, but it drags over the sill, and catches the door as he shuts it, and starts his temper afresh. It being too degra'' and unmanly to stoop down and re move the obstacle with his hand, he giveB it a kick...
DRY RIVER ATHLETIC SPORTS Easter Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
DEY BITEE ATHLETIC SPOETS-| Easter Monday.; » 1 Too muoh joy never a pression caused by i|y ooml circumstances ist&^tbjfalf at our heels, then is the time in which" we gladly avftil^ourselves of the oppor tunity for a little relaxation. And Dry Biver Athletic dob «eem to have folly recognised this fact A week or two back the annual Show passed off ajpeeably to all, and it is now racog nimd that no matter ho w_ gloomy the outlook, the public will always stand by any effort to afford recreation. Un like the A. P. & H. Society the Dry River Athletic Club^ afforded no op portunity for reproach in $he way of vapillation; their sport* had always been an annual function, and it was determined that 18&9 should not pass without the customary sports. And there was no niggardliness in the vari ous amounts awarded as prizes, the oommittee fully realizing that the suc cess of the meeting depended on the excellent® of the programme, which, sentiment induced them to'efther ...
Comma Police Court. J. E. BARWICK COMMITTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
|!:«^^QiNaia,Bi#Be.-Conrt I J. E. BARWiCK COMMITTED. &lt;"V^W^^wart£^rwiclr ("Teddie"), the yaoaggb *aa itunmoned for that he .did on March bi^sak and enter the shop of | $rtvCharles Hogg, of Cooma, and steal IBiWwtiek.itnd kerosene oil; tie property edai^laiiiant. "Mr. Blaxland appeared for complainant, and'Mr. W.Amees for defen dant. Complainant deposed .that he wob the proprietor of the Hon&ro " Mercury " news paper, carried on in Vole Street, Cooma. The office was composed of a printing office, «*lled the composing room, and shop con taining * book-keeping room and editorial ,«fioe. .Th» principal persons engaged there wereMi^ Hawkins, the manager, and Mr. .Bright, the overseer. He knew the defendant bow fcfore the Court, who' was nbt now in hia~eraploy; defendant was so for about six monthg. The main entrance wu in yale Street, and when entering then the first place was on the right side, the editorial office; on the left was the clerk's office. A person could t...
An Abused Boy. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
An Aftgwd Jsy,; [ You can always tall m boy1rbo«e mother cnts hi# hair. Not ^MattSfethe edges of it look "aaif-it' chewed off by an abawtrinii^di^^orf^ but you tell it by the way he stepson the street and wriggles his. shoulders. When a fond mother haa to cut her boy's hair, she is carefal togusrd against Bny annoyance and muss by laying a sheet on &e carpet. Itbas never yet occurred to her. to tit jiim over a bare floor, and put the ^ sheet around bis nock. Then she draws the front hair over his eyes, and leaves'lt there while she outs that *hicb Is. at the back. The hair wbich lies over bis eyes appears to be surcharged-with electric needles, and that which is silently dropping down under his shirt band appears to be on fire. She has unconsciously continued to posh bis head forward until his nose presses his breast, and is too bnrily engaged to notion the snuffling sound that ia be comingly .alarmingly frequent'. In the meantime, he is seized with an irresis tible, desire ...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
WEEKLY CALENDAR. | 1 ®»Jof ! Sua 1 Enn I Hoon *7Wc. | Month | Risei 1 F|tg | Biaee FttDAY j Ap f | 6 11 | jS%* 2 -iw CaTUBDAY I „ 8 j 6 11 j 6 42 ] 3 56 bonday „ 9 1 C 12 I e 401 6 1 Hobday „ 10! 6 13 j 5 39 4 0 =8 Tuesday f „ ll| e 141 G§»| 7 14 W'dhesd'l | „ 121 0 IS | 6 37 f 8 19 Thomday 1 „ 131 6 1G | 5 36 j 9 21
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
COraUtGOHOTEL. XTZSTTS^ AS It 0TX9S? TO SSL liKESfflKE W : On tlx* Cont. IXTMSIVE 8TABUHC. , A 4 n > ti i-|pHUiMp| OMUL FAST IFFIfiE U!lt, QQBAHGO. . Proprietor. J. T. XektUff twamach plmimM in «■ forming the resident* of CQliARGO and Purnondine Diiir cts that ne haa taken over tbtabors well-known Hot«l, "and' hopes by keeping the BtCBT- BRANDS of WINES. SPIRITS ALES,:, Kel«.( to merit a fair ahare of cupport. bPKCIAL ATTENTION will ba raid to &lt;he want* of Commercial&lt;and other Travel ten. Cod nodiooi Bample Booms arai table. GOOD BTABLINO and a competent (room in attendance. .. . - J. T. K. bfti to BlDOtince for the bene. i Hotel ^osMvsei &lt;«omfo)tajt>f «?!>«»•;'«Hrile good horae feed .and ataba accommodation are made'aptcfoli* tiea ef the «8taMi»h ment ;• BEfcA. B«r Jlaut*B»l. J[ljit oftbe Ocean View Hotel. Tathra,] BBOR to remind TISITOE9 to BEOA that they will fihfltfce.CENThAl. •offerrflpScl'l ' t)vjnt»^R«. being farni^tiRd UipiDthoulwith...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
LOCAL AND GENERAL flEWS Miss Mary A. Quinn, at present teacher in the local Public School, has been promoted to Class 1 by examina tion. ■} The Bega Qatette says;' It ft eighty two years to-morrow since the Bank of New South Wales vn established." W«s it f ' Mb. Ebxkst Tarlinton, who, it will be remembered, w«b some time ago seized with en attack of rheumatic fever, and waB unable to take his place ^mong the Association Eleven playing against Bega, has almost recovered. He was present at. th$ Dry River sports, and was warmly receivedby all his friends. Looking considerably thinner, he still bears traces of| the severe sickness he has passed through, and the rheumatism has left him with »■'' lameness which it iB hoped will speedily disappear. In No. 1 Jury Court, on Thursday last, Frederick Patterson .Smith sued Jonas Jeffera to recover £1000 damages for alleged malicious prosecu tion. It was explained that the de fendant charged Smith with having stolen a bullock, his property, and ...
The Chronicle. For the cause thar lacks assistance, For the wrong that need resistance, For, the future in the distance And the good that we can do COBARGO, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
C|wni(k. ' Fertke eause that iaeks attistancs, i FW th$ wrongt that need resistance, For, fuivre iatlie Pittance, Ax&lhegood IhaXrn eando. Cobaroo, Friday, Apbil 7, 1899. A* the present time thesis a dead lock between the two Bouses of our Legislature, or a crisis as it ia some times called. The Enabling Bill is the.cause ^f the trouble. This mea Bnre, as the name suggests, provides .the authority for the Government to refer the Amended Commonwealth Bill to the people in order to allow them the opportunity at the ballot box of laying 'job'or *no' to that, instrument It would naturally be ■apposed there would be small diffi culty in obtaining the sanction of our legislators to a Bill that had for its object the carrying-into legislative1 effect the overwhelmingly expressed wish of the people fojr the Federation of the-colonies; indeed, it is a rare thing to find a man who will boldly my that Leis against the grfeat move-" ment into which we are at present trying to breathe li...
TILBA TILBA (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 7 April 1899
TH.BA TILBL (EbOM O QB O W^jCpBB^FOTOjaiT. ) Tbe Bibnmt Dromedary minepnfc op • record last month, the clraoipg tip resnlted in a. cake of retoTiedgpold weighing 262om, oyer ilOOO worth for the month, which should be boiiiidmd very B&twt&ctgjy, an*! I amm^pjrgiftd that the manager, Mr. Chappel, antici pates even better ranlts, dorij|( the present month. Thu does not, repre sent the total monthly Income f^ther( for the -company ship > 'grfe££ many tons of ore,to. $he Dapto works for treatment.' ' » ■ , At timp of ^tinfc stwdy is billing withe very,.prospect of m «on tinuance, may we have * week'of- it say I. ... ' * a nanus niateii^betweta the local cljibanda tf*m|«to came otfipn MoDdRyJbtlt*S two of the latter did not pni in m> djppearanoe M*®sts E. Bm**U tod £k JB,~ JBSSofaB took their 'plalpm. Boine very good tennis was shown-rill ronnd, but the foflanders proved too good jfor-'the monntaipnerB, wiiu£% byll aeUtfc 5. butthe fetter had thsbeKtof lte|iAw by one...
OFFICIAL COEEESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
OFFICIAL COEEESPONDENCE. rms following correspondence has bees re vived by the Progress. Committee s— ' Sydney, April itti, 1899. Mr. W. Boot, Dear Sir, I cnclose alitor from thaDeputy Pffctiaaeter General about the Departure of mails from Bega which seems i fair arrangement so long as the Cobargo people get the mails at 9.15 a.ra. and can be no hattiBhjptp the'contractor.—Tours truly, " ' *■ '' 'Seenbt claeke. Postal and Telegraph Pepjatnaent, ■i Sydney. 30tb'3aarch, 1899. Siri—i-T^itJi. reference W the objections raised by Contractor Averill and nthers re specting the departure of mails for Cobargo from~Beg& at-0 a.m.--1 amr^lireoted to in form yonthatit has been decided: to alter, npon trial, the hour of despatch to 5 a.m., to arrive at Cobargo at'9.15 a.m. as it is said this course will fairly meet all interests con earned.— -I have, 4c.. S. W. LAMBTON, Deputy Postmaster General. H. Clarke, Esq., M.P. Sydney. Postal and Telegraph Department. Sydney, 30th March, 1899. Sir...
TILBA TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
TIJjBA TIL5A.. (FrOMOOR.OWN COJtBEBPQNDENT ) *A.-. ». -V *M . , A Public meeting was held in the Templars Hall, Tilba, on "Friday last for tbe purpose of considering the ad visability of shifting the School from the present site, the other side of Central Tilba, to a mora central posu tion midway between the . two town ships. Mr. Durie,' the Inspector of Schools occupied the .chfcir. After rcpnsiderable discussion a motion was carried to the effect that it be removed to a spot sooth .of. Central Tilba, known as Mr. Trapps rails. I have : isinfceTbMri^iiformedChatf' after inspec ting the. proposed spot, Mr." Durie found it 'tan ^ujtable, iirid has recom mended a si(e 11 Jittle nearer here, above MarshmeaS. . Mr. E.T. Gould who has had charge ^TbheT^puna Creek' School for some five years has exchanged with Mr. Long, formally of Cobargo, bat now in the Goulburn district. Although not an active cricknter, he followed the fortunes of the local club to, almost every ground during the past...
THE HANGING OF BRIGGS. History of his Crime. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
THE HANGING OF BRIGGS. ( History of his Crime. . Ok Wednesday of last week at 9 ' o'clocjc a.m., the public hangman; : ^obert Howard, sent; his 57th " case " ' into'eternity, when he performed the. last) offices of the law upon Stuart Brings, convicted at the recent ben tral Criminal Gourfcbefore Mr. Justice' ' Cohen of the murder of his sweet heart, Maggie Binud Dutt, at her home, 89 Douglas Streft, Petersham, on the evening of December 14,-1898. Briggs a)^t> had to his' debit the 11 murder bf Miss Butt's grandmother, : Mri! Margaret-Miller, whioh crime he committed at the time he murdered MissDutt. ; Previous to the execu tion of Briggs, Howard in his long list has only executed two other dual " murderers, Jobs Makin and Frank Butler. On Monday Mr. Haynes, M.L.A., interested himBelf in the condemned ' man, and fortified with documents supplementary to those already sub mitted to the Cabinet, waited upon his Excellency, the LieutenactrGove nor, Sir Frederick Darky. That gentlema...
OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
OUR TELEGRAMS (Faon our Sydney Coeeespondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Mb. Babtok is of opinion that Clarke, Greene and McCaughey are the only genu ina Federalists of the new appointees to the Upper House. General Booth addressed a great crowd in the Town Hall, the Acting-Governor pre siding. Mr. BeidJJIthe Premier, and Sir George Dibbs were also on the platform. The debate on the Address-in-Beply opened somewhat boisterously. The speakers in cluded the Premier and the leader of the Opposition. The latter did not approve of the Upper House appointments, complain ing of the dearth of real Federalists in the bunch. He was of the opinion that the Opposition could oust the Government at any time, but they had no desire to do so at the present juncture. In the Conncil the adoption of the Address was moved by Millen seconded by Greene and carried on the voices. Throughout the debate there was no evidence that the Coun cil would recede from their antagonistic posi tion without a struggle. It is ...