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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 June 1899
WEEKLY CALENDAR. D 'ysof :h" j Dbj of | Pnn | pnn I Moon ttV-k. I Mni'h | Biaw | eis | Kises FhIDAY , J'ueV.3 | C 59 | 4 u4 | 4 48 FAJjCn AY ! 34 I 7 0 4 04 I 5 56 SpD Y | ., 25 | 7 0 ] 4 5i | 7 G IRiNPAT I „ 26 I 7 0 I 4 55 I 8 16 .^Tuesday ' „ t7 | 7 0 | 4 55 j 9 25 **%DNEi&lt;D y | ,. 28 7 £H 4 55 . 10 37 THUtSD Y | „ 29 7 0 | 4 SG | 11 3S
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 June 1899
COBARGO K#T£L. immim as it osght so sb. HE&EST SIMPLE BOOM . €ea«l EXTENSIVE 8TABLINC. EXPERIENCED CTOOM. | Janes frikn. PAST BFFIGI HOTEL, COBARGO. f.T. EIAT11I6 Proprietor. 3. T. Keating much pleasure in i> forming the resident* of COBABGK) and fanouDdinp Ditcr cts that he has taken orer tbeabore well-known HoM, and hope* bj keeping the BEST BRANDS of WINBB, SPIRITS, ALES, etc., to merit a fair ahare of support. tifBCIAL ATTENTION will be »id to the wants of Commercial and other Travel tors. Conmodions Sample Booms available. GOOD 6XABLINO and a competent Xroom In attendance. J. T. K. hag* to annonnoe for the bene fit of visitors from the TILBA, NOO SOOUA, BODALLAand NERBIGUNDAH DISTRICTS that his Hotel possesses all the comfoiteofa home, while good hone feed and etabe accommodation are made speciali ties ef the establishment. The Central H°tel, W BEGA. Vatet R«ir (Late of theOcean View Hotel, Tathra,] BEGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA that they will find the CENTRAL •off...
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, JUNE 23, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 June 1899
€\pomk. Por the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs luat need resistance, For Of future in the distance, And the good that we can do. Cobakgo, Friday, June 23, 1899. The mignificeat poll, 105,545, has been recorded by the electors of New South Wales for the Australian Common wealth Bill, drafted by the patriotic and talented " Fifty composing the 1897-8 Convention, - and slightly amended by the Premiers' Conference of 1899. On the other hand, 81,564 electors thought fit to vote ' No' to that measure. ThiB leaves the fine balance of 23,981 in favor of UNION. The fight has been a severe one, and while lye give every credit for conscien tiousness to these who sturdily fought against the acceptance of the Bill by the people, we believe that they, as good democrats, will now bow to the will of the majority, so forcefully expressed at the ballot box. on Tuesday last. And that this sacred and unal terable basic law of democracy (go vernment by the people and for the people) is pres...
A TERRIBLE STORY. Most Appalling Facts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 June 1899
A TERRIBLE STORY- . Most Appalling Facts. T?rom the Settler and S. Q. Pioneer) hiAGWE, in what our Premier not so ong ago termed " sunny, prosperous iueensland," a girl dying from effects )f disease brought on by starvation md exposure, and ber mother mad, ind two Bisters in a most deplorable .•ondition from the same causes. Yet ;his is what lwppened, and we doubt f the records of the most poverty stricken portions of the great centres jf population in the Old World can show a case more appalling in its details, or more calculated, in what Robert Louis Stevenson would call the " very pathos of its horror," to Feud a mingled thrill of indignation and sym pathy throughout the country. Brief particulars of the case in question have already been published, and we are now in a position to give further details, which but accentuate the horror of the incident. As far as can be gleaned, a man Darned Harrison, with his wife and three daughters, arrived at Tinowon Station on the Surab road, 2...
CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 June 1899
CHAPTER IX. THE OLD LOVE AND THE NEW. Clabe had aeked Anthony to take her into the rose garden. She had so often heard Mrs. Hunstanton apeak of it, she told him, and Bhe wanted to see it now the roses were in b!oom. She had determined to have some talk alone frith Anthony that afternoon. His step-mother was better; Mrs. Paget had assured them that all danger was over. There was no longer any reason for him to look so melancholy. The proprieties had been duly sacrificed to; poor George bad received his due of mourning. Did not Anthony see that she had laid aside ber black ? Surely ; they had waited long enough ! Though ehe would not confess it to herself, Leah's presence at BryJon made Clare uneasy. She felt sure that Mrs. Vydall would do her best to in duce Anthony to renew his engage ment, and the girl herself would, of course, be only too ready to pardon him for jilting her. That she had actually ccncentrd to come back as Mrs. Vydall's nurse showed what- the creature was capable o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 June 1899
SPECIAL CLEARING =#CASH —OF— WINTER DBAPERY At Reduced Friee^ Flannels Capes Flannelettes Overcoats Blankets Rugs Wool Wraps Dress Goods Jackets Trimmings, &c„ &c. A CASH BONUS of 5 per cent, on all Pur chases of. 5s and over. ARCLAY & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. lat Frlza Eydcey lose. I8S6, 18S7, 1680 Nothing like Leather. Hides bought in any quan tity foe cash. richard annetts, Cobavgo. School of Arts Bazaar. A LL ladies are cordially invited to rV attend the sewing bee held EVEKY thursday at the reading room jf tlxe School o£ Arts, commencing 2.30 p.m. and 1839. H. street, President. thos. KENNELLY, Hon. See. Cobargo A.. P. andH. SOCIETY. The annual general meeting of members of the above Society will be lield in the School of Arts oil wed nesday, 28th June, at 2 p.m. Business :—To receive report and balance sheet; election of officers, and any other business that may be brought forward. thos. kennelly, Secretary. Yourie Jockey. Club. meeting of Members and i...
FINDING OF THE PERTHSHIRE. Captain Spinks' Account. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 June 1899
FINDING OF THE PERTHSHIRE Captain Spinks' Account. Captain Spinks, of the Talune, which picked tip the Perthshire, whose ; jisappearance has caused much &lt; ; mxiety for many weeka past, gives t the following account of how he found : the one-time derelict,— i " When I properly looked into the i question of finding the Perthshire, before I left Wellington,' said Oaptain &lt; Spinks, 11 saw that a oemprehensive ; study of the weather which had pre- : vailed all over would be necessary. I at once got together all the weather reports for a whole month, and studied them. Upon that study, together with the position gleaned through the Northern Chief's report, t made certain calculations, and on the chart market out the course I would steer. That course, you might almost call a triangle, the three corners of which were Wellington, midway between Norfolk Island and Middleton Reef, and Sydney. Strange to say, I struck the Perthshire right in the apex, of the triangle. If I ...
The Australian Eleven. SECOND TEST MATCH. WON BY THE COMMONWEALTH BE 10 WICKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 June 1899
The Australian Eleven Second Test Match. Won bt the Commonwealth b* 10 Wickets. Oub readers will remember that tbe first of tbe five great test matches ar ranged between the cricketers of England and Australia was played on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of June, and re sulted in a draw muck it favor of the visitors. The scores were : Australians 252, and 230, closed with 8 wickets down. Englishmen 133 and 7 for 155 ; thus leaving them 134 runs to get with 8 wickets to fall. The second match was played at Lord's, a ground on which the Australians have had very bad luck. Tbe attendance numbered about 30000. The spectators although hopeful, fully recognised that their side was comparatively weak, especially in the bowling department, and the result showed that their fears were well founded. Iredale, McLeod and Johns stood out, tbe first named being ill with measles. Maclaren won the toss, and took advantage of the good wicket. The captain opened with Fry as his partner, to tbe bowling of Howell...
Results of Australian Eleven Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 June 1899
Results of Australian Eleven Matches, South of England.—Draws. Scores: South of England, 246 and 222} Australians, 375 and 1 wicket for 7. Essex.—Lost by 126 runs. Scores; Essex, 199 and 144; Australians. 144 and 73. Surrey.—"Won by nn innings and 71 runs. Scores: Surrey, 114 and 04; Australians, 249. An English Eleven.—Won by 171 runs. Scores: Australians, J222 and 227; -Englishmen, 171 and 107. Yorkshire.—Abandoned. Wet weather. Iiancashire.—Won by an innings and Si rune. Scores: Lancashire 102 and 81; Australians, 267. Oxford.—Pawn. Scores: Australians, 303, and 4 for 360: Oxford 341, All England. (Test.—Drawn, Englishmen, 193 and 7 for 155; Australians, 252, and closed with 8 for 230. __ Marylebone.—Won by 8 wickets. Scores: Diary. lebone242 and 230; Australians 352, and 2 for 124. Cambridge.-—Won by 10 wickets. Scores: Cam bridge 1st, 436 and 122; Australians 436 and 12S for no wickets. . Yorkshire."—Drawn. Scores: Australians 141 and 415 ■ Yorkshire 235 and 7 for 186. , Englan...
REFERENDUM DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 June 1899
^ REFERENDUM DAI 4 Referendum Day passed off in a com- ' paratively quiet manner in Gobargo. This was no doubt greatly attributable to the fact that it' was considered a for gone conclusion that the Bill would be carried. The only question was as to the strength of the majority. The supporters were naturally anxious for a substantial margin, so far as to preclude all possibility of obstruction when the resolution came before Par liament asking for the Queen's assent to tbe Constitution. In this direction all doubts have been Eet at rest by the vote for the Bill 105,542, while against it there, were only 81,564, giving a sub stantial margin of 23,981 for theUuion. The deputy returning officer, Air. H. Street J.P., and the poll clerk, Mr. Kennelly, had everything in order for the polling, and soon after six o'clock the numbers were announced—Yes, 129; No, 32. The attention of tbe anxioup elector was then directed to the Chronicle effioe, where arrangements had been jnade for frequent ...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 23 June 1899
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. "H.C.," 212 Sussex-street:—Your paper is mailed every week. The &nbsp; fault is with the blundering Postal Department. &nbsp; During the week Mr. James Walker &nbsp; &nbsp; was laid low with an attack of measles, but is now well and attending to his usual business. Mr. Ted Martin has also been on the sick list. He too, is slowly surviving the attack, which took the form of a very severe cold. &nbsp; Mr. John Norton, editor of Truth, and boss libel man of Australia, has been elected for Northumberland in the place of Mr. Stevenson, deceased. Mr. William Cullen, who has been dangerously ill for about three weeks, remains in about the same con- dition. The polling for and against the Commonwealth Bill last year was 137,326, and on Tuesday, so far, 187,109, or 49,783 in excess of 1898. The committee have completed all arrangements for the Band Ball to be held this evening, and everything points to one of the most successful...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899
We often hear of a sensational bet being made, encii as a guinea to a gooseberry, .a bible-backed policeman to a pint of aheoalr, a hundred pounds to a bundle of chips, and bo on. The'Art of betting is to inn, and "to -win you toUBt baok certainties. Here is a tip: TTou back Woods' Qrpafr Pqgpsr. mint: Cure to 'bcat'-fc cough.ior 'cold gvigry time: Yop'U always get home,jNo 5ohnny Armstrong tibobt that«
The Australian Eleven in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899
The Australian Eleven in England. The Australian Eleven is still winning everything before it. Following their signal victory in the second Test came the easy defeat of the Oxford University. Post and Present). The home team made 251 and 137. And the Austra lians closed their first innings when eight wickets were down for 373. Requiring only 15 in the second attempt, they knocked them oft with out the. loss of a wicket. The prinoi. pal scores for the Australians were, Kelly 89,. Baver 79, Trumper 55, McLeod 41 not ont, Noble 32. For the Oxfords the following did the beBt: Fry 40.and 54, Gower59, Tun nicliffe 48, Lee 31. In bowling, for the visitors, Howell four for 80, McLeod 8 for 60, Laver i for 27. Forbes, for home team, got the splen did average of 6 for 100. The next match was againnt Leicestershire, which the Australians won by .249 runs. The wicket was wet, and low scores resulted, except in the second innings of the visitors when three wickets were down for 177. Austra lia, ...