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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
WEEKLY CALENDAR. | D«v»of the I Rayof I Son I Ptm,1 Moon Week. I Month | Bittt | F«»; ,| Rises Friday 8ATWAY Sunday M.OKD&y Tuesday W'DtTMDY Thotsday Ap 141 .. 16 6 3>4 ; 6 84110 19 S.tih 6 831 1" 6 181; 5 82 i p. m. 5 SO ) 12 » sj&l ljV e l 4O I 201 6 20 j 6 26 | 2 19 16 I 17 I 6 19,1, 18 | 6 19i 19 6»1
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
COBARGO HOTEL. wwimim lajsmoss to ss. On f&e Coast. EXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCED CROOM. WIST « 18TIL, COBAHGQ. T* T.mm&Tmm Proprietor. J. Keating' k"8 much pleasure in ^forming the residents of OOBARGG and Bnrrnandmp Dinrctathat he haB taken over the above well-known Hotel, and hopes by. beeping the BEST BRANDS of WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, etc., to merit a fair «barecC«apport. SPECIAL A1TEN7TON will be paid toj the wanti of Commercial and other Travel ! lera. CommodioM Sample Rooms available. -GOOD 6TABLINO and a competent groom in attendance. -I. T. K. fcega to announce for the bane, tit of vicitam fion lh> TILBA. NOO BQOUA. BODALLA and NEKRIGUNDAH DI8TRICr8 that ftfe "Hotel poiseeaea all the comforte of a home, while good hone feed ?and aiifbe accommodation are made ipeciali lies ef -the establishment. The CentralJ4°tel, / BEQA. Vfetiit' 9mw ~Mmuae*mou*. tP W* * ^lat^cf theOcMD View Hotel, Tatbra,] T>JJ&8 to remind VISITORS to BEGA Xf timt Hi«y Will fi...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, The , hurdle racer Murrabrine has changed bands, Mr. Thompson of Syd ney having purchased him. He goes to Sydney and -we will soon know what the local crack can do-in the city com pany. The Cobargo correspondent to the Bega.Standard says:—"It is probable that ajriovement will be made to get a Sunday mail again. Some ?y£ura ago the Cobargo public petitioned'to have the Sunday mail ^^aaed. and before any moveis made tlw pvbUc ehould, be ron suUed."_ £oi which reminds us that, the public received ecant oonsideiatioa when the nine o'clock delivery, was taken away' from them. In that jnB$anqa^r, Henry .Clarke, M.P., and Gontract6rAverill and driver' Woon constitutedthe public, for th(>y were the only ones "consulted." The Sun* (iav mail must' come because the pub'.ic wiU be cdntulttd.' Constable Fohd, who has been transferred to the charge of Marnlau Station, left Cobargo ou Monday last. We understand that a somewhat inex perienced officer will succeed Mr. Ford...
The Chronicle. For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that we can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
. „ J3srJMat assistance, Jp^thA.u*'OMS'fiu^l*^d retiatunce, .1 !For$eJitQi&'fn Ihe''distance, - ||d.na &$_ j/ooa $id tee can do. Cobabgo, Friday, Apbil 14, 1899. Thb Pambula Voice in its last , quotes from this paper the following:— " Prudery is frequently nistaken for real morality, and the conduct of a Sunday school teacher or choir singer sometimes discloses more immoral tq&encies' than music-hall ditties; also, /o the pure all things are pure, and immorality is the fruit of a corrupt heart, and requires no extraneous assistance to develop its filtkaiesii.-" And then follows a column of matter which might have been in testing had it been critical, favor ably or adversely, to our contentions. And as the Voice " agrees with every word" of the extract, what's the matter with it, anyhow; and in what part of its anatomy does it feel bad ? And the Pambula man gets even more mixed when that paper says we (the Chronicle) " connive at evil in certain stagPB." Had w...
CHURCH SERICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
csuacs SERVICES. TTVTVTKE SEKVlCKSwill be conducted ■JLf, .in the district as follows BOKAM CATHOLIC. ««■ celebrated at 8.30 a.ra. and 11.15 a.m. every Sunday at Cobargo. - Evening devotion every Sunday at 7.30 pjH. P. KENNY. . CBUBCB OF ®N6I-AHI>. April 16—Cobargo 11; Berraagoi 7.30. G. SOARES. WESLEYAH. April 16—Wa&deUall; Queans. 2.30 ; Co bargo 7.30. M. WALKER PREBBTTERIAN. April 26—Cobargo 7.30 p.m. „ 26—'Wanaella 7.30 p.m. 3. D. MUBBAY.
"LEG BEFORE." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
"leg befoee: Reckntly there has arisen among s certain sectiou of the cricketing frater nity a desire to alter the application of (be rale dealing with break bowling. It lias been suggested by the Hon. E. V' Bligl: that in order tj break down the possibility of too heavy scoring this particular rule should be to amended that the batsman may be legal-y given out l.b w. if in the opinion of the um pire the ball not having etruok him would have hit the wicket. This amendment would altogether do away with the necessity for an umpire to no keenly watch for the pitch of the ball, and instend of only an eight inch break being recognised, the batsman would be juBt as liable to go l.b.w, for a break of three feet. Others again, suggest that the game should be played with tour stumps an inch higher than the present standard, which would, of couise aleo widen the wicket) by a couple of inches. And a number of other ideas were also presented. All this might be very well if getting through match...
CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
CHAPTER V. f 1 You wish to speak to me ?' Pearl's face was unusually pale, but her voice was firm and clear. &lt; Yes, come in, dear,' replied her father, hurriedly closing the door be kind her, locking it audibly, and put ting the key in his pocket ' I do wish to speak to you. I have postponed this interview until it can be put off no longer. Pearl, you know what I have to say to you to night.' She tried to speak, but her throat was hot and dry. No words came, and he continued : ' Francis Lynne proposed to me for you to-night. He is coming to-morrow morning to receive your answer from your own lips.' 1 Papa, why did you not spare bim the mortification of a refusal V she asked, steadily. 'I will not marry him, and yoa know it.' ' I gave him my consent,' the colonel went on, as if she had not'spoken. ' I told your mother, and she was deligh- j ted. Our whole future is in your hands, to make or mar. Yoa will receive Francis Lynne tomorrow morning, Pearl, and accept his offer—g...
Pretty Miss Vane. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
Pretty Miss Vane. CHAPTER IV. •Quite so,' agreed Lady Mary, gladly, for nothing coold have pleased her more. She bad always dreaded lest Pearl should be forced by her father, or circumstances, into a loveless marriage with some uninteresting, rich man. ' I will do exactly as you sug gest.' 1 Therefore, Francis Lynne fell into the habit of dropping in very frequently and the more Lady Mary saw of him the more she liked Itim, and F^arl, for her sake, said nothing, but forced her self to be civil. The colonel watched the progress of affairs with fearful interest. This match mpant everything to bim. and he meant it to come off. He was not all bad, for he still loved Lady Mary, and treated her with great courtesy and kindness in spite of bis intense selfishness. He loved Pearl, too, in his own fashion, and he was wonderfully proud of her beauty and fascination. Hitherto, although she had often disappointed liim l»y rejecting some rich suitor, he had rallied under the blow and taken her b...
" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
rt Evil to him who evil think*." TBEY SAY: That it is about time the voice of the foot baller and his hoarse barracker were heard in Cobargo. That an Athletic Club having accepted a darkie's money should give him a fair show for his cash; and That this apparently was not the case at Narooma on Easter Monday when Hubert was jostled by an interested spectator; and That after being so unfairly treated, in the opinion of many the darkie won, or at lexst made a dead heat of the race. That a >iliting lady to Cobargo has had bad luck with her " boys "—some turn out to be married, and others won't try to get That the " Chronicle " references to the long weary hours of the mail drivers has already produced the object sought; and That an extra driver has been put on the Bega-Moruya line which reduces the hours of labor to about eight; and That this extra hand was really Contractor Averill's chief objection to leaving Bego. a couple of hours earlier. That the dailies say in reference to mur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
Nothing iike Leather. Hides bought in ant quan tity foe cash. eichaed aknetts, Cobargo. MR. F. G. HEADY, subgical and mechanical dentist, oarp-STREET. bega, will visit cobabgo at regulab periods. William Boot. UNRESERVED SALE —OF— SUPERIOR Household Furniture Saturday, 22nd inst. "*"*TILLIAM BOOT has received in W structions from Mr. P. Hibberd to sell fcy public auction on SATURDAY, 22n4 INST., at 2 o'clock, WITHOUT RESERVE All His Superior House hold Furniture, CONSISTING OF— Suite Furniture, Dining Table Parlor Table, 2 WnshFttiuds Cheat Drawers, 1 Double Bedstead 1 3-Bedstead. 1 Safe 6 Austrian Chairs, Spring Mattrass 2 Kapok Mattrasses, Pillows 2 Bedroom Tables, "2 Toilet Sets Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery Eiectro-platsd Ware Tubs, Boilers, Saucepans and forge Quantity Kitchen Utensils —ALSO— 1 BAY PONY. J. A. ALEXANDER* M.P.S., CHEMIST - .A.3ST3D - DRXJGGXST, Church-street, Bega, A Complete Stock of— PURE DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES TOIl.ET REQUISITES FACE POWDERS . TOOTH POWDERS HO...
CRICKET NOTES. (From Sydney ' Truth.') [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
CRICKET NOTES. (From Sydney" Truth.') An article from the pen of the Hon. E. Y. Bligh in Baly's Magazine, under the title of Cricket Centuries, is very in teresting reading. The writer thinks that ton.ething should be done to check the number of centuries made, and U of opinion that in order to attain this object the leg before wicket law should be altered. The present law XXIV. reads thus —Or if with any part of hia person he stopH the ball, which in the opinion of the umpire at the bowler's wicket, shall have been pitched in a straight line from it to the striker's wicket, and would have hit it—leg before wicket The suggested alteration is in effect that " if the striker with any part of his person stops the ball which in the opinion of the umpire would have hit the wicket—l.b.w." R. G-. Barlow, the Lancashire cricketer has & house which coBt him i £1500 to erect. From the bottom to the top there is nothing but cricket in some form or other. The very gates have bats and wi...
CHRONICLES OF CRIME. THE GATTON HORRORS. (From Sydney ' Truth.') [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
CHRONICLES OF CRIME. THE GATTON HORRORS. (From Sydney 'Truth.') &nbsp; "Indefinitely adjourned." Such was &nbsp; the telegram respecting the inquiry into the circumstances attending the now somewhat ancient sensation known as the Gatton mystery, which reached Sydney on St. Patrick's Day. Two words implying the signal defeat of the police efforts to elucidate the &nbsp; mystery, and secure the assassins. Just three months to a day had elapsed since these horrible and brutal murders were committed, and the murderers &nbsp; are laughing in their skins at &nbsp; the woodenheadedness of the police. The idea put forth in Truth recently that the murderers were well known to the murdered, has been fully borne out by the evidence of Sergeant Arrell, who swears that when he met the Murphys on Boxing Night, within a mile of the sliprails, at 9 o'clock, they were in conversation with a man on horseback who rode alongside their &nbsp; trap! But the...
MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
. MORUYA. (From our own cobb&poirii* ' Isn't it wet," remarked the gaa ■ iSj? 6 L roung thing as ahe madeher waj :he Post Office on|?|Mj|p!lay even ' Isn't it d-— Bloppyi|s bis the ungallant yoang man of CE boots as lie picked his way in the same direction. How different to the :ry of a few weeks Bgo whon almoit every person wore a troubled look and the universal salutation was " Isn't it dry and dusty," and ''are*'we* ever again to have Any rain." AnyhoV^ ftltho' somewhat late, everybody is pleased with the rain, and happier faces are apparent. Fully five inches have fallen during the past week, fil ling the tonkB and water holes, ancl givine the countrv a beautifullv ereen appearance. It is yet hoped therewHi be sufficient grass for the winter. The rain has already put vigor into some of the old " prada " which even now seem equal to the task of carrying a 15 stone rider. The cold change, however, has played havoc amongst the poor class of cattle, Mr. M. Keating being a he...
WHARF IMPROVEMENTS. Conference of Progress Delegates at Bermagui. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 April 1899
WHARF IMPROVEMENTS. Conference of Progress Delegates at Bermagui. On the initiative of the Gentral Tiiba Progress Committee, delegates from the various Committees interested in the port of Bermagui met at Whiffen's Hotel for the object of discussing the question of improved accommodation for the storage of goods, and loading and unloading at the present Govern- ment wharf. The following delegates were in attendance:—Central Tilba, Messrs. &nbsp; J. H. Crapp and C. Hoyer ; Cobargo, Messrs. F. G. Roberts and H. J. Street; Tilba, Messrs W. E.Corkhill and R. M. Bate; Bermagui, Messrs. W. A. Pass and F. E. Riley. Mr. F. G. Roberts was elected to the chair, and in his opening remarks, dwelt at considerable length on the importance of the meeting, expressing the hope that good results would accrue from an expression of opinion from such a representative gathering. He was confident that the reasonable ness of the request which the meeting would make—that of increased storage accommo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 April 1899
The poor consumptive pale and ill, Had caught a sadden violent chill, Distress bag coughs had made him weak, While hoctic flushes tinged hie chook; But what at last has made liim strong, When after suffering bo loug, He uoto ca.ii dj&mjj u.od cold eudurcr He Lakes Vn. £, Woode' Great Peppermint Cure. *