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Candelo Athletic Club. Candelo, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899
Candelo Athletic Club. (By wire from our Special Reporter.) Candelo, Wednesday. The Cmdelo Athletic Club annual sports took place to-day. Tbe weather was beautifully fine and th* atten dance numbered about 700. The fol lowing is the result of the d fferent events. Grand HundioapE. J. Storman 18yds, £25,1; Hubert 13yds, i £6, 2; W. Robinson 13vd», £3, 3. Time, 14 eos. Birthday Hondjaau :— S. Thomas 16yds, £7,1 ; W. J. Kirk land 11yds, £3, 2; G. Knight 13yds, £1 10s, - 3; Hubert 8yds, 10a, 4. Time, Ojecs.
Mr. H. Clarke. M.P. at Cobargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899
Mr- H- Clarke. M.P-. at Cobargo. Oh Wednpsday evening Mr. Clarke addressed the electors in the School of ArtH in explanation of the Amended Commonwealth Bill. The number who at tended evidenced the amount of iuterest taken hire in the great national qu&lt;«tion, the halt being fairly 'well 'filled. Mr. F G. Roberta, J.F., occupied ttoe chair, ai d s«id he be iieved that out of tio« pregnut theiv was not cne opposed to Federation ; at ai>y rate, he hoped not. Mr. Clarke bad come to Colmrgo to give ■ub any information in his power con cerning tne Commonwealth Sill. He (Mr. Clivrki} had been blamed 12 tnoiiths ag", when opposed to the o d Bill, for nut v siting «e and sp^akin^ upon the question. Now he ig in favor &lt;ot the Aimndeii Bill, -and was there to i-how us its advantages over the •old Bi 1. Mr. Clarke hid repreBMw-d 4hie-electorate for more than 22 years —ever siuce the speaker came to the •district—and we would be pleated •at the conclusion-of t&lt...
A RECORD OF AUSTRALIAN PROGRESS. Our Material Possibilities. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899
A RECORD OF AUSTRALIAN PROaRESS. Our Material Possibilities Wiiex 11ip.coiisummation devoutly to be wi.-hed is eo near beins realised, the tiine is opportune for giving foine con sideration to the material possibilities wliicli Aus i'iliit, .(fiV-rfi upon. (hki>j> upon -lierfelf tic . nspriisib I'.'y of ■national (xister,c&lt;\ It is as well that the jeople thoukl appreciate' that. the conditions of wealth nnd progress are present, which will fully justify our assumption of this burdrn. There is a not.aMa contri' Ution in the ' Re view of R-views' for April, which ciyst arises the fiictfl in a st» iking mauner, and affords convincirg testi mony that United Australin, young, puissant and hopeful, can entnr with confidence upon the new phase in her career. If mere sizn were the Only element of strength, Australia nrght take rank at once as one of t lie great powers of the world. Our continent, to quote Mr. Coghlan, " is more than twenty-six timeR as' la'ge as the United ...
Results of Australian Eleven Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899
Results of Australian Eleven Matches. South of England*—Drawn, Scores: South of England, 246 and 233; Australians, 375 and 1 wicket Essex,—ifoat by 128 runs. Scores; Essex, 199 sod 144; An*trm3»na. 144 and 73. Snrrer.-JWetiby*D tunings and71 ruas. Scores: Surrey 1U s»d €4* XWtmliaua, 249, An £nglisb Kltveo.—Won by 171 runs. Scores t Austfallstip, 222 and 227; Enflnrtnneo, 171 and 107.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899
THANKS J f MR JOHN SIKGMKjfvincerely thanks his mmy friends far their help and expressionfc- fef sympathy in his recent bereavement. To the Public of . Cobargoi f jr IN the last isiie of tile Vjj]M&lt;fNlCLE " there appfers a noticjknroin X. J. TARLINTON s&jting tha)^ is not RE SPONSIBLE lor the ride in the price of meat. If this is so, ttay I ask why his NAME appears to the list of raised prices i E. ANNETTS. A GRAND BALL, CN AID OF THE Dignam,'s Creek Cric ket tljkb. / "WillV &ld infer Assembly Rooms GOOD MUSIC. REFRESHMENTS. Double Ticket ij- Single 3/ A. C. STEWART. Hon. Sec. V & SONS' IjrflpCTRAOT. 1895/^90. 1897, 1898 Our First jt j§tjWinter Sale. WE have jusi ■ omiletpf] u>., nicking-nd in&lt;rk&lt;ng >'U' FlkST 1MP0 ■ TION of VYiuter Go- ds from ilie Old &lt;'onutry. Th- ee Goods were bough&lt; la t Spring fron. &lt;>n- of the LARGKST Fl k I'S in the World, and f■ &lt;r QUALITY^"^7 STYLE...
CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899
CHAPTER V. Luncheon that day was a strange and a dreary meal. Leah did not appear at all. ■ And though Anthony sat in his place and did h's best to talk cheerfully to Dolly, the ghastly white ness of his face frightened Mrs. Vydall, and at last checked the gay chatfer of the child. ' Mother, I ara sure Anthony haa one of hie bad headaches,' she said after looking at Anthony, reflectively for a moment. ' Why do you try to talk to me ? 1 do not want to he atrused when you are ill. It must be the hot sun that) has given you a head ache. Miss Chi'.cofc has one too. That is why die has not come down to lunch.' ' Dolly, don't chatter so,' raid her mother almost more sliarply than she had ever before epoken to her gir'. ' If Anthony has a headache he wants to be quiet. Run up and see if Miss CLileot will luvflEome of these grap?f.' Anthony rose at the same moment as Dolly. He did not want to be left alone with his step-mother just then. Muttering an. excuse about letters, lie left the room...
"Evil to him who evil [?]hinls." THEY SAT: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899
" Evil to him who evil ihinle»." THEI SAT: That the Victorian woman bailed up in » tree by wild doga was a mild experience compared with that of our representative at a recent ball. That anti-billiteB are as scarce in Cobargo ■ as green peas. That there will be lively times in our provincial Parliament after Beferendum Day. That for so important a thoroughfare the Cobargo-Bermagui road is the most neglec ted in the electorate. That the Commonwealth Bill is being ex plained from every platform in the colony, and no elector should plead ignorance of its provisions. That Lord Beauchamp will prove the most popular Governor this colony has had. That there are rumors of two impending marriages not many miles from Cobargo. That the annual cricketers' ball did not deserve the fate of abandonment. That the Band ball will be the most suc cessful ever held in the district; and That the ladies' dresses will excel any thing yet seen in Cobargo; and That Bega ladies will be to the fore in the dre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899
COBAKGO HOTEL. Is ST CtteHI TO BE. PAST OFFICE HOTEL, COBARGO. % % MWA^VM® Proprietor. J. T. TCealing has much pVnsure in i forming >h« residents of COBARGO and S'nrrcjundine D-strcts that lie has taken over 'the above selUknown ^Jotol, and hopes tir keeping yam ©iST ^KAND.S o'f WINES. to merit a fair .SP1UITA..A 'share sinipori t'PECI •the ' "Jere. >GOOD STABtfN '.groom in attendance. ■J. T. K. begs to announce for the henf 'of visitors fiom ilir SP-ILT) A. Is'OO ROOMA. l'.Ot) ALL A and NKliKIGUNDA H thai h 8 Hotel ;OtsPfKes nil t\ie tGinfuits o a home, while gond bono feed tnci s's'be accommodation -jemaile speciali ties of the establishment The Central Hotel, BEGA. RT«siflgfcT»e»t. f.W>Twyfora, View Hotel, Ta'.lnn,] ' ITORS to BEG > uii^lhe CRN'J'Ka! eiiig jfurinVhed Alj t>fc#A) D TO alljfimodfi-u couvc loftf, and airy, 10 the bedrooms. offer* Pgccj thmufj COMKi Hiences 'The T'edrooine valid Baths are n&lt; 8ui es H btanraat a Kpecially anil Reasonable >...
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, MAY 26, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899
For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For Vf Jvture m the distance, And the good that toe can do. CobaRgo, Fbiday, Mat 26, 1899. Last weik wo dealt with the commer cial advantages of Federation, Ehowing bow in the history of all Confederations known to the world, commerce his iiicrenSed, and, as a consequence, the industrial and artisan clauses have b&lt; en provided with profitable and per in&neiit employment. This is no pos tulate, but just what will take place when Federated Australia is a going concern, unless our country is to prove the one solitary exception known to civilijution. The most hide-bound provinciulist does not attempt to deny this. He simply pretends that the Commonwealth Bill iB not the instru ment to bring this about, but in its almost every clause will produce just the oppobite effect. The shallow and rpecious statements (arguments thej are noi) used to support this wilfully false po ition will receive attenti...
WEEKLY CLAENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899
Weekly calendar. dovbof'h« I Bf»y nf I Son ( Min I Moon Week. I Month | Bum | ^ta | Histw Fbiday i May26 | 6 48 | 4 67 | 6 3 .-ATOB AV | „ 27 I 6 48 i 4 56 | 7 1 FtWD*Y „ 28 | 6 49 j 4 56 I 8 IS Monday \ „ 29 I 6 50 j 4 56 1 9 28 XufhdaY 80 | 6 60 I 4 55 | 10'31 V 'DNKt-DY I .. 81 6 51 I 4 55 I II 37 Thursday | June 11 6 52 j 4 55 I
CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899
CHAPTER VI. Next morning Lady Armstrong sat in her husband's room reading the paper bo him. Though it was a warm Eimiiy day, the fire was lighted, and the invalid's cough drawn close to it. Sir George Armstrong was not yet fifty, but ho looked an old man. His thin, bloodless face was covered by a network of Hue?, and his thick hair aud moustache were perfectly wliite. A silk coverlet was folded across hia knees, and his hands lay upon it. the thin fingers working nor vouhly as he watched his wie while she read. He was passionately devoted to her still. Not all her absorption in lierse'f, her selfish neglect of Iiiin, her reckless extravagance, had been able to destroy his love. ' Don't trouble to read any more, GJars,' he said io her, at the end of a long paragraph ; ' you are tired. And you always find the. Times dull, I know. It is not a ladies' paper.' He .added this with a smile. She Threw the paper on the table and got up, stretching her arms wearily, for she hated sickness, an...
Leah's Engagement CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899
Leah's Engagement CHAPTER T. ■ Anthony, do you mean what you are saying 1' Mrs. Vydail gasped. ' Are yon serious ?' • It would Le a grim sort of joke,' -1- he B&id, with that bitter smile. ' Yob . * I am quite serious.' ' Anthony. I cannot believe it. Tou must have misunder stood her. What reason did she give ? What * ' She. made a mistake. Mother, ~ dou't ask me any more. Let the fact be enough. She madu a mistake. She was right to tell me.' J!rs/Vydall's face had flushed with anger. 'What can she mean by treating you so, Anthony I No, let me speak,' for he had held out his hand appeal ingly. ' I won't speak unkindly of her. Unkindly ! Why, I love her ;too dearly. Anthony, you cannot have understood her. She must have taken some unhappy fancy into her . head about CJare. Oh, it must be that.' No, I begged her to tell uie if any thing she had heard had aff cted her. It is not that. I was too self-confident. : I believed she loved me. I was wrong. - She was willing to marry m...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899
COMMERCIAL Pigs :—More than sufficient for all require ments -were penned, and prices remained al most the same as last week:—Prime heavy baconers made from 41/6, good from 29/, medium 23/6. Prime porkers from 17/6, good from 10/6: CattleValues were lower than last week for all descriptions except primes. Best bul locks made from £7 10s, good from £6, medium from £4 15s. At the Adelaide Anglican synod Mr. J. H. Packard, in moving for the intro duction of religious instruction in State schools, according to the system in New South Wales, said a boy living on the Murray wag asked if he knew who Jesus Christ was, and replied ;—"I don't know, but perhaps father does; he knows everybody on the river. The Cromwellian time was famous for more things than the freedom en joyed by sects; it was famous for the freeing of the press, and the creation, therefore, of one of the greatest factors in civilisation! Generally speaking, the English newspaper dates from little more than a hundred years a...
AMERICAN V- AUSTRALIAN MAIZE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899
AMERICAN V- AUSTRALIAN MAIZE Mr. D. Bun, a Manning River farmer, states that New York maize is quoted as selling higher than the oolonial. The complaint previously was that American maize undersold the locally grown maize, and thereby lowered prices. Has it not been a noticeable fact that, in introducing produce into our 'markets from other countries^ tactics of this kind have been adopted until a footing has been obtained for the products, then we find these pro ducts in equal competition with what is grown locally, as to prices—and as in the case under notice, selling in ad vance. "fhiH can easily be accounted for in the fact that those who import invariably are those, persons who go under the name of commission agents, when in truth and in fact they are produce agents; and seeing there are hundreds of farmers who consign their produoe to these dealers or specula i tors, it does not require much discern ment to understand how easily the market can be manipulated by these dealers a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899
AoUijf CATHOLIC. v. S _CL'5:..j „ fi.iUJt "•**. a.m. s*' 4evotion every tiundayat Cobargd.' Lv.'-j Sunday at 7l30 P. KENNY. - '' , OHTTBCH OF "ENGLAKD. Jmie i—Cobarso (H.C.) 11j Sigsam's &lt; TM»(H.C.)7.80. G. SOABES. ill ■Jane 4—Jffnrrah 11 j Benn&goi 2.30.; Cobargo7.30. M. WA1KEE.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899
NOTICE. ALL those indebted to the undersigned in connection with the Stallion, Sir William Wallace, ore requested to SETTLE their ACCOUNTS at their earliest con venience. JOHN ALLEN. Cobargo A. P. andH. SOCIETY. NOMINATIONS for the offioes of Presi dent, two Vice-presidents, hon. Treasurer, and twenty Committeemen will be received up to TUESDAY, 13th JUNE, at 8 p.m. THOS. KENNELLY, ■ Secretary. MR. F. G. HEADY, BUBGICAL AND MECHANICAL ° DENTIST,;' CABP-STSSlBT. SSftAt WILL VISIT COBABGO AT BEGULAB PEBIODE. -GRAND Pain eft Jmg JDrm §all, m AID OF THE COBAEQO BAUD, —OH— FRIDAY, S3rd INST. . —m txm—r SCHOOL OF ABTS, COBABGO. MacU to Ohm* of Ki, Mrt&lt;. mMk John lUtttB. Botmis tioxxt 6/- 'Soma *}• Coupnu of IfiiritgonoiT:--. M. KbB.Dr.Meeka, J. E/TyBeilly, W. Soot wd0. €aapb*U. .... ^ -ms&lmmot. Hon. fieo. M»^g« yimn Our First ^ # Winter Sale. WE have joBt completed unpacking and marking oar FIRST IMPORTA TION of Winter Goods from the Old Country. These Goods were bough...
"Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899
" Evil to hm aho eml iftmW THEY SAY: That the Cobargo "people are anxious to hear the proposed debate on the Common wealth Bill between the doughty cham pions, J. H. Crapp and W. H. Corkhill; and That should the event come off, Cobargo will not be the tryBting ground—one of the eontestante stating the audience would be prejudiced. That both the Cobargo butchers preserve a mysterious silence as to their amended price list. That the lad who jokingly asked a girl to come along to the magic lantern with him was so surprised when she promptly stepped out the door and came along that he could think of no better way out than that " he had to see a fellow, and would be back bimeby." That it will require all the available space in the School of Arte, additions and j all, to accommodate the dancers at the Band ball. That one of the reasons given why the girls do most of their shopping at night is that there is more reflection from the glass cases by lamplight. That it has only just come to li...
PRACTICAL SOCIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899
PRACTICAL SOCIALISM. The cheviot Estate, in Maoriland, was taken over by the Government under its Closer Settlement Scheme in 1892. The estate covered 84,000 acres, for which the State paid £2(0,220. The I only residents of Cheviot when it was resumed were four families and a few station hands. To-day there is settled there a population of over a thousand people, almost all deriving there living from the land. This was ione of the Labor Government's attempts to solve (he then pitiful unemployed question. Batches of men-married for preference were selected by lot to go and work on roads, bridges, etc,, on the, estate, and pari of th"ir wages was kept back and used to give them a life interest in ttmall holdings. The men thus got started as land occupiers, and the Government kept them employed until they were able to make their land pay The howl that went up from the Tory ranks and those who would not even name~ a'remedy for the unemployed trouble re echoed &U over the oonntry...
NOTES FROM QUAAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 2 June 1899
NOTES TBOM QTJAAMA. (Br Ajix.) r hats nothing modi to say this week, as Quaama hu not recovered from the last does. The identity of Ajuc U a cause of much conjecture, bat so fur no one has hit or the right one. One man was rash enough to wager a whole 3d agar that^ he knew who Ajax was. Fancy inch recklessness I It la very amusing to see the rash for the Chronicle on Friday evening!, oar local pedagogue being generally first. The ranch abased " They Say " column is the first part to be read, and how they langh when some other fellow gets a torn. Our tennis ball was not a great financial success, only about 30s being cleared. — Mr. H. W. X. Hickson, and old resident of this district, left oh tbe 24th alt. to try his fortune in New Zealand. On Friday evening a newly wedded gentleman might have been seen parad ing the street with a bottle of whiskey ! under his arm, treating all and sundry. The football dab has received a challenge from Bega players, wliicb many are inclined to accept....