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DEATH OF NED GBEGOBY. A Veteran Australian Cricketer. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

DEATH OF NED GBEGOBY A Yeteran Australian Cricketer Ned Gbbgort, one of the old land marks of Australian cricket vent over on Saturday last: aged 59 years. Can-' cer of the throat was the terrible disease that did the deed. The men tion of the name of Gregory brings op reminiscences of '.the cradle days of Australian cricket and the history of the noVJe game is stamped with doughty deeds done by the Gregorys, and to-day Syd, son of the deceased veteran, stands in the very front rank of the world's bats, while as a field he has no superior. Ned, who in Jus -cricketing daytr was so^named the fion liearted, made bis first appearance in intercolonial cricket' in . 1863 and almost without interruption, repre sented New South Wales until 1877. His doggp4 determination andresolute hitting more than once saved the colony from defeat, notably in 1875, -whtn the Victorians had seven of N.S.W. out for 21 runs, Ned, who went in sixth carried hi« bat out for 65 and brought the totalto 116. On an...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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CHAPTER VIII [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

CHAPTER VIIL Thi shock be had received, and the r injury ]|&,Jypd, kq?t Frauds a prisoner in bed for three weeks, at the expiration tf which period he emerged again a talent, gloomy, changed man, with "at, as be told himse'f^irifteify, a a:ngle friend in the whole wprld. . HU wealth, which so many people envied and towed down before, had merely'. • cnr»e io him—it had mined Jiis life. His wife had left him witb scornful ContempVuid, try as he would, h? had been unable to obtain* single true of he . H« had bad a bitter .quarrel W'tb hi* old chum, Billy 'SloVcdmbe, and they had become stranger* to one anotJiT. Billy had pureed him day andnieht through that illness of bin, when for a weary Ifarefce was oricon scinns with ctftifaMsfon of the brain, but BomethU^-~fl|yJ.. passer! ' between them afterwards that to bis life's rnd Francis felt^otild tifetw be forgotten or forgiven. Whro faint Mid wealf, just strug gling back to life.and reasbfi again, hp cried out unceasingly for ite...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Cava of the f Bay of I San ( Frio -J Moon Week. I Month | Rises | f-'eta'1}! Rises Fsioat I Ap 28 I 6JB7 | 5 191 7 18 t-atobl'ay „ 2»| 6%mS 171 8 14 Sunday „ 30 j 6 29 j -6 161 9 19 Monday { May II 6 29| 5 15 j 10 2& Tuesday I „ 2 j 6 301 5 li) II & W'dnbpd V ( „ 3 G 31 | G 13 I a. K. Thursday j „ 41 C 32 | 6 12 112 89

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

COBARGO HOTEL. OTOHTTO BE. tlteT SIMPLE II On tlieCoaat. EXTENSIVE 8TAIL1NG. EXPERIENCED CROOM. Jun fifilii. NOT OFFICE IfTEL, COBARGO. f. T.EEATUIG Proprietor. X T. XeatinC lims -moch ptorare in I. forming ihn jeaidentn of C0BAB60 and fcorroondfne Di«tr eta that ha hu taken over the abora well-known Hotel, and hopes by keeping Ae BEST 8BANDS df WINES, SPIRITS, ALEf, «ic., to aerit a fair share of support. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be paid to the waatc of Commercial and other Travel ten. Commodioni Sample Booai ami labia. GOOD STABLING and a competent groom in .attendance. J. Jt.-jX. begi to annonnca for Ifce bene fit -of Vwtfcf* from the TILBA. NOO BOOMA.liOPALLA and NEKKIGUNDAH •OI81BICT6 that ft* Hotel poneem nil the •comfort* of a home, while good botye feed «nd«rabe accommodation areeiade «peciali tlea eflhe«tta&3iihuent The Central H°tel, BEGA, VMn 8nr Kui|«a(nt. |.W, Twyfari, [I At- ol the Ocean View Uotel, Tathru,] BEOS to remind VI-HORS to BKGa that they will find the ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS- I We are glad to report) that Mrs. John Taylor, who was recently suffer ing from a mild attack of typhoid fever ie almost convalescent again. On Wednesday last Mr. Robert Ferguson who has the contract for the erection of the telephone line between Nerrigucdah and Eurobodalla, psBBed through Oobargo with a gang of men en route to the scene of operations. On Wednesday the 19 th instant, at Bega, Miss May, fourth daughter of Mr. H§nry Underhill, and Constable Charles Marsh were married at the residence of the bride's father. Rev. F. Bevan performed the ceremony. The married couple loft by steamer for Sydney en route to Armidale, the birthplace of the bridegroom. The ravages of the white ant are very much in evidence in Cobargo at tin present moment. The lining and studding in Mr. F. H. Gillard's shop are completely riddled by the p'sts and have been pulled down preparatory to rebuilding. Many other buildings are iu a similarly bad condition. There are now anti-a...

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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, APRIL 28, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

For the cause that larks assistance, ... For the icrongs that need resistance, For thefulwe in the distance^ , Aiidthc good that we can do. Cobabqo, Friday, April 28, 1899. The Commonwealth Bill, as amended by the Premiers' Conference, has B&ft-ly navigated the treacherous quick sands of the Upper House of this colony, received the assent of Her Majesty's representative, and Refer endum Day' has been fixed for'the twentieth of «fa tie next. Coinciden tal ly on this day, 61 years ago, Queen Victoria began her reign. May the fact bea good augury for New Sontb Wales, and the people with one acclaim say Yes to the. instrument that will give us the most liberal and democratic Coostituti n under the sun, and make Australians the .freest people on earth. We can safely t$e the larger word Australia, for it is pretty well accepted as a foregone conclusion that the great question of Federation and its achievement at the present moment depends entirely on the action of our own colony -...

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Pretty Miss Vane. CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

Pretty Miss Vane.. CHAPTER VII. •La, no, sir,' replied tlie bntler, who had grown grey in the service of the family; ' we haven't seen her. She hasn't been here; but there ii a tele gram waiting {or yon which cane a couple of hours ago—it may tell of her.' ' Give it mo at once,' he cried, eagerly, and the next instant he bad mastered its contents. ' I am standing awaiting you in the third recess in the corridor." - Ptfhaw I some wretched practical joke,' said Billy, roughly; * a mere sub terfuge to gain lime,' but he followed close at his friend's heels, as he mecha nically sought the indicated spot. There the mystery was solved, the riddle made plain. Standing on a pedestal in the recess was an exquisite statue of purest white marble, life siz°, and a perfect likeness of the mis. sing bride. 'It only arrived today,' explained the Sutler ; and the directions with it, were that it was to be placed here. . But there'll a letter tied to the hand, 6tr.' White as the statue itself he too...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

,;J*. OgTOQg SSBTtQgB. 8VICE3 will be conducted Jt as follows:— . humW iiTHOHC. yTodebriiMlAt SM ajn. and 11.18 a.m. eveiy Stad*fr&t Cobawo. Evening dWdtion eVety Sunday at 7.30 P"m" p. KENNY. CHfTBd* OF EROLAND. April 90—Cobargo, 11; Quassia (H.C.) *,80; Benjngai, 7.80. O. SOABJES. *" WESVKTAl». April30—Corudjoa, li; Central Tilba, 2.30; Cobargo 7.30. M. WALKER.

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AN ANGEY MINISTER OP FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

AN ANGEY MINISTER OP FRANCE. Ms. Lockboy, the bellicose French Minister of Marine, ia like a famous person in the coster song—"'E dunno where 'eare." The same thing will be the case in regard to his pet project of sending sailors under the water to blow up the ships of the hated foe across the Channel—" they won't know 1 where they are " either. The Minister who is responsible for the latest wave o£ illfeeling between the two nations is a gentleman who has carried into the Senate the unsavoury methods he learned when conducting a. Paris news paper of the " yellowist" possible type. Impulsive and narrow be is just about the laBt person in the world who should be entrusted with a responsible port folio, as in the event of the nation attacked being as sensitive as his own, there is no knowing where one of his outbursts would end. England hap | pily can afford to treat the vapourings of a thousand Lockroys with the con tempt they deserve. Part of this in difference may be due to the pas...

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Physical Welfare of Children. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

Physical Welfare of Children. The fear expressed at the A. N. A. Conference in Melbourne that State method* of education are sapping the physical welfare of the children, is not to be taken too seriously. The evi dence, he adduced in support of this proposition at any rate was ridiculously weak. The devotion of children in our open air climate to physical exercises is the best assurance that can.be given that there is, not {oQch to be dreaded on this score. Still, the argument against making too great a demand on a child's capacity in the acquirement of knowledge is not destroyed because there may have been an exaggeration of statement. The danger of brain fag m one well recognised both by the medical professor and by 6chool mas ters. In a paper on health in schools, Dr. Clement Dukes, a well7known authority, declared from long exper ience that lasting injury was being in flicted mainly on the younger children in nearly all schools by exceBtive work and the deadening effect of routi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

Cobargo Tennis Club* 4~i ENEBAL MEETING of Member* cm Ijf the Ground on SATURDAY, 6th May, at 4 o'clock. Business — Election of afficers and adoption of balance sheet. F. KELLY. Hon. Soc. Cobargo SCHOOL OF ARTS. 8PECIAT, MEETING. THE usual monthly Committee meetiatr of the above will he hfild >» TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, at 8 p.m. T. KENNELLY, Hon. Si'C. Nothing like Leather, Hides bought in any quan tity foe CASH. eichabd annett8, Cobargo. NOTICE. —THE NEW— ; cram mm m I "Will be formally opened at^— Noou on Wednesday, 3rd MAT By Mr. F. Stennett,J.P (Chairman of the Cohargo School Board.) A FREE PUBLIC PICNIC will be held on the School Grounds. The Cohargo Band will render selections during the afternoon. WIM-TiM BOOT, lion. Soc. Cobargo Progress Ccnamittee, FURNISHED • APARTMENTS. PIANO AND BATH GOOD ACCOMMODATION MODERATE CHARGES. —AT— The Australian Coffee Palace, No, 9 MARGARET STREET. UNDER NEW MANAOHWEMT< US,3. J0S1P2E0LFE, Proprietress. (Law of Quaaina). THE BiShOP...

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THE CATTLE-DUFFERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

THE CATTLE-DUFFERS. Stories of the busli, eh 1 Well, my head is crammed tall of them. If an; m*n living ought to know what he'* talking atout when tbis subject crops up, I ought. I put in 23 years' ser vice in the Australian police, going in as a raw recruit, and coining out a full fledged inspector. Most of that time I spent in knocking about the bush, bunting down the meals who sought refuge there, and I can tell you it was not all beer and rfcit.les. Look at the mark of this cut here on the back of iny head. I got that from one of the notorious Kelly gang, and it knocked the senses out of me straight a way. Why, from head to foot, I am pretty well covered with scare of one kind and another, not to speak cf having my leg cracked in two different places, or getting a jab in the eye from a desperate ruffian whom T once tackled, which jab injured my sight for life. Of course, what you hear about moat in England is the sticking up of coaches and banks and that kiud of thing. Those sor...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS ( Prom oub Stdnky Cobresfondent.) Sydney, Thursday. The Federation campaign iB commen cing. Mr. Barton proceeds to Brisbane " in the con rue of * lew days and will visit otber towns on the return trip. Mr. Reid goes to Albury, and subse quently to West Australia where he willdeliverimportant Federal Addressee. The Parliamentaty opponents ofibe Bill have formed * committee to work with the other colonies, and the anti Bill League are also organising for the fight. A monster meeting of Billitm is ex pected on Monday next in the Sydney Town HalL Extra provision is being made for those on the platform, and the Executive has been nioforeed by a number of Parliamentary representa tives from the Opposition. Mr. Igne has not yet annoanoed his 'attitvde towards the Bill. The cam paign has fairly commenced in Bris bane. Butter, creameiy and faotoiy, lid. Dairy, lOd to 10|d. Pastry, 9d to 9Jd |>er lb. Cheese, fid toGd per ib. Hams,, £d to 9|d. Fowls, 2a to 3s per pair. Ducks, ...

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KEEPING PIGS GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

KEEPING PJGS GROWING. Pigs, like all other animals, should be kept' growing And in jgood condition and pat on the market at from aix or eight months of ag«, instead of follow ing the old method of'k&pingthem on hope and promises throu.hthe winter, and house waste and weeds in tbe summer, and- when the cold weather comes start a tedious /campaign of boil ing-small-potatoes and-frampkins and mixing in meal, and stuffing the vic tims beyond tbe capaci<^ ottheir stom ach, or their *un»corched hide, and Call TW|ittfcn|ng..them^ More^sod^1' material is often wasted by. this ^^at ten^np jtrocesB/ by fe-dtag' more thaa caajbe digested, than would be needed if jodioiouifly tiBed with a little milk and grati at Hie ^ffropMseasoriB, to grow the - animal..aril "have hini fat enough fox the iflM&Bt.

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HORRIBLE TEAGEDY BY A SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER. The Daughter of a Church of England Clergyman Under the Shadow of the Holy Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

HOERIBLE TEAGEDY BY A SUN DAY SCHOOL TEACHEE. The Daughter of a Chnreh of England Clergyman tinder the Shadow of the Holy Table Ait extraordinary murder muf Ctirtfi mitted in Kent,by a daughter of a clergyman of the Established Church. Miu Bertha Petersen is (he daughter of the Rev. W. Petertfefl, vicar of Biddenden, a Village near Headcornj and she took an active interest In tJie work of the parish, She is an accom plished musician, and the choir, under her direction, was an attraction to the church. But she had not a good temper, and oould never get along comfortably with her fellow--workers. Among those with whom she fell out was a Mr. Wbobley, who taught in the Sunday school, and who had de lined to accede to some of her sugges tion!. Well, a short time since Miss Petersen left the village to visit some friends. Last week she wrote home to six persons with whom she had baid disagreements, confessing that she had been in the wrong, and specially ask ing Mr. Whebley, the curate, a...

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CRICKET NOTES. (From Sydney 'Truth.') [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

CRICKET aOTES. (From Sydney' Truth.') Two instances of a batsman being given out for handling the ball occurred in the first grade Quitches this season. Donnan, km the victim in one case, betng given out for removing the ball from his pad. In 1895 J ones, of South Australia, playing against Victoria, hit * ball which lodged in his shirt, and foolishly removing it be was given out lor handling the ball. Many years age Bill Dammett was playing in a match -on the Association Ground, and hitting at a ball it touched the handle of the bat and lodged in his shirt, whioh happened to be open at the neck. The opposing fieldsmen made a move towards him, and as they did so he said, M if you come any nearer I shall run between the wickets until the ball drops out, and if it does the runs I get will count against you. If any attempt is made to stop me I will appeal to the umpire against being obstructedThe opposing captain seemed impressed with Dummett's view of the matter, and instructed the fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

At first it* wind and then ita rain. It's cold, then hot, then cold again, 8nch trying climate brings on chills, And must increase the doctor's Inlls; But what ia that which saves acpttlibc, Which we can bay for eijjhteenpence, Which drives away all colds for sure ? Why, Wm. E. Woods' Great- rcppcrmiat Cure. -

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Cricket at Wandella, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

Cricket at Wandella, The Wandclla cricketers'appear to have lafely&rrangeda competition on their own with the Dry River juniors, and despite the prophecy of " Filius Nulline " the game dies hard, a match bung played at that place on Satur day. The local team was in charge of O. IJftnry, and Charlie Ioskip directed the _ visitors. A tasty luncheon was served on the ground by the Wandella "ladies. The presence of a barracker or twd in the teams enlivened the play, and the local men had to stand down. The wicket played bumpily, and the batsmen at intervals bobbed for shooters and ducked for high ones. So little labor is required to make a Rood wicket at Wacdella, that it is hoppd thft players will next season improve their splendid field by puttiug dawn an even pitch. The lacerated finger of Logan brings back painful recollections to the writer, hence this little liotnily. M. McVeity bowled unchanged through the first innings for Wandella, and secured the fine average of 4 for ...

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A HANTHEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 April 1899

A HANTHEM. Ak English sailor attended service at a faj-hionable chnrch, where he, of coarse, heard some very fine music. Returning fromservicehe vudacHit ing particularly upon an antheta which gave Mm-much pleasure. His ship mate listened lor s time, and then said— ' I say, Bill, what's a hanthem V ' ' What!' replied Bill, * do you mean to say you don't know what ahanthem is f ^ ' Not me,' replied the other. ' Well, then, I'll tell yer. If I was to tell yer,' 'Erc^ Bill, give- me tjiat 'andspikp,' that wouldn't be a hnntlum But if I was to say, * Bill,, Bill, Bill, give, give, give me, give me that, Bill, give; give me, give me, that Vw.d, give tne that'and, 'andBpike, spike, *pike. Bill, pve, give U", that, that 'and, 'andspike, spike, spike, spike. Amen, Amen.. Bill, give me that 'andspike. Amen,* why that would best hantli< m.' ' WfrJl, if that'* a hantheiu, it's enough to five anyone the spike.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 5 May 1899

(TuegimUftl MdIn*ineiMft,Woods' Great T«i>pc-inunt Cote for Coughs aad Cold3, 1/Gt

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