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English Opinion of our Cricketers. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

English Opinion of our Cricketers* The last mail brought feome press opin» ions on sundry individual members of the Australian Eleven. Montagui Alfred Noble" (says one writer, Infer ring to the opening roatc<>), " is a man who believes in himself. You can tell that by the "way he walks to the wicketi. I do not with to infer that he has {developed "side" or anything of that sort, but merely suggest that he knows a good thing when he sees it, and is therefore quite alive to his own abilities. That he is a great batsman there is no doubt. One can Ree that in the twinkling of an eye, and if he has not learned anything, he certainly conceals his faults, if he has any. His treatment of Qrace and Lockwood from tbc start was almost comtempt. uous. W. G. is a bit ot a puzzle to most, men at first, but to watch Noble one would think he had played Graca all his natural. Lozkwood had a touch of rheumatism ia his leg, and was not therefore able to bowl his best or fast est ; but fo...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

*' Evil to him who evil think*." TFEY SAT: That marriage balls will shortly be tink ling in Moruya. That the days when a pig could be fat tened in the backyard are for ever gone in Cobargo; but That it will be a long time before the indigenous goat will become extinct. That the eclipae of the moon on Friday night was not generally observed in Co bargo—most of the people being at the band ball; and That inside the hall the bright and pic turesque costumes of the ladies eclipsed those worn at any previous gathering of the kind at Cobargo. That a box has been provided under this office verandah " for one night only," That the fact that £1500 has been "noted" for improvements to Bermagui wharf has given -widespread satisfaction to shippers; and That the result of the recent representa tions to the Department is another exem plification of the strength of Union. That a Yovtrie resident was requested by one of tho family to mnie a trip to Cobargo, but he refused on the ground that he " ha...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Miss Margary's Murder CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

Miss Margary's Murder CHAPTER I. A youkg man was walking bribkly along a country road. Tall, erect, and handsome, with a smile on Lis face, and a song on his lips, he looktd as if he were anticipating some pleasant meeting as the goal of Mb journey ; for this was the eve of his wedding day, and to-morrow would see liiui the bus band of a bride, young, licb, beautiful, and whom he passionately loved. Surely Gerald Curow could have cone but happy thoughts as he went to his tryst with the girl whom he would not see again uutil they met at the altar. But his emile faded, and the song died on his lips, when a woman, who had been crouching by the roadside, rose and confronted him. • Good God, Jeaaie; you here V The girl—she did not look twenty— gave a, wild laugh. . 'Where else should I be, Gerald Carew ? You should not escape me, not if you went to the world's end !' ' But how did you, find me ? How did you get here V he exclaimed, put j ting his hand to his forehead and staring about hi...

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THE OPERETTA. " PLAYMATES." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

THE OPERETTA. '* PLi.YMA.TES" There was a v^ry large attendance at the Cobargo . School of Arts on Thursday of last week to wit ness the production of that most popular juvenile Operetta •'Play mutes" by the pupils of the local public school under the directorship of the head master Mr. S. P. Ward. The entertainment was the first of its kind ever placed before the Cobargo public and the audience repeatedly, by hearty rounds of applause, showed its appre ciation of the prrformance and the highly successful efforts of the young players. After Miss Graham had played the opening symphony, the chorus " Who so Merry " was rendered in a capital manner, by the company, numbering about 60, and augured well for the success of the subsequent performance. «' I am the only Son of Mother Goose " was well sung by Jack Goose (Fred Chambers). Mother Goose (Ethel Groham) in the solo " Let Children all bo Dutiful," ehowed to advantage, and as the had the heaviest r6!e to sustain the success of the pie...

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GOVERNORS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. 1788 to 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

GOVERNORS OP NEW SOUTH WALES. 1788 to 1899 (f;y " Old Chum " in Truth. On the morning of Ftbiuary 24, 183S, the niiitb Governor; the last of >lie official military ru'erf, and the firtt appoint'd by Her Maje ty, Qucc-n Victci i;i, Sir<Jccrgfi s tcok cliirge. This Governor ixceiltd a'l his prede Cf.E'ors ill one attribute, he wasana'le de! attr ftiid could hold his own with the "old wives of the Legislative Council" as Dr. Julin Pynmore Lang irreverently Icmi d the legislators of the day. One writer tlrjs describes Gipps: —" He was an elcq'ic-nt speaker, a nervouE, forceful w titer, aud could deal out sarcasm as cutting as a twe ed.;! d knife. J3uL his manners were re I uls'vp, his disposition arbitrary, ani his demeanor overlearing, so he made enemies of tiinsc who would have djne good service, for him and with him as friends." The land diilkulty was still unsolved, hue in the wallet of the New Governor were instructions to adopt iho Wakefi.ld system, whi' ii lie did a...

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Leah's [?] ngagement. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

Leah's t ngagement. CHAPTER Till. He caught hur to liim. 'But you had ictnd'-d it for me,' lir said, 'and it was all jours. Oh, litt'e Leah ! little La«h! what a f.it-y it has all been; go much h.ippiues3 put be hind us.' 1 You did not tell her that.,' the said, softly, 'you did not s«y ' I loved you, but I love Ltiih now.' I knew, as .every one knew, that Sir Cecrge was in bad Ltaltli, the would be f ec soon, and you, I told myself, should be free aUo, and so I gave j ou up. I told you I did not luve jou ; tliat I had thought only of your monev, mid I had nevtr given it a thought. I just loved j on —only you; I hhtmld have loved you the 6ame if you did not have a peuay. When I left yon and Mis. Yydall and Dolly it was like leaving Heaven and * going into utter desolation but 1 thought it ri^ht." . He could not be angry with h-r for a,ll the pain she had mode him suffer ; he could only hold her close, and close, and kiss her again and ngfiin. ' Could you tot lave trusted, have confi...

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COBARGO A.P. & H.SOCIETY. Annual General Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

COBAEGO A-P.&H.SOCIE'EI. Annual General Meeting The annual general meeing of the members of the above-Society was held on Wednesday last, the president, Mr. T. J. Tarlinton, in the chair. The meeting was called for the purpose of receiving the secretary's report and the treasurer's balance sheet. The fol lowing were in attendance:—Messrs. J. Graham, T.* Allen, P. Wilson, M. Pike, Dr. Meeke, J. P. O'Reilly, James Graham, J. Boyd, G. F. King, Fiank Tarlinton, P. Adstuson, James Walsh, F. G. Roberts, M. O'Reilly, John Allen, H. Street, C. Bown, and F. E. Riley. An apology for non-attendance from Mr. A. Tarlinton J. P., was read. In opening the meeting, the presi dent congratulated the members on the prosperous position of the Society, the membership being one of the best since its commencement. The committee had worked hard to make the 1899 show a success, and he was glad their labors had been rewarded with what must be regarded as one of the best exhibitions ever held under th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

JJETOCE SERVICES. TWIVINE SERVICES will be conducted MJ in the district as follows :—. ^ B02TAN CATHOLIC. Mass celebrated at £.30 a.ia. und 11.15 s_m. Suiiday at Cobnrgo. Evening devotion every Sunday at 7.20 •p.m. V. KENNY. CHURCH or KKQI.ANU., July 2—Colm rro (Tl.O'.i 11; DisuMz's €!;. (ILC.) 2.30: Tilba 7.35. ■' a SOAJtES.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. D»vs of ' h« I Dav of j Pon 1 Fun ' Moon Wi'tk. I Month j Hisee | . eis | Wises Feiday | J*ne80.| 7 0| 4 561 Pattju'-ay | J'ly 1 I 7 0 i 4 57 | 12 43 PBiJD.oT I 8 i 7 1 | 4 57 | 1 47 Monday | „ 3 | 7 1 | 4 68 | 2 48 Tuesday i „ 4| 7 11 4 58 j 3 50 Wdwkkd'y j B 7 1 j 4 591 4 47 THtmSD'Y | „ 6 j 7 ^ j 4 59 I 6 40

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

cobArgo ju®tel. EVERYTHING AS XT 0TJ&ST TO BE. €$m tMm €@ast. EXTENSIVE STABLING. EXPERIENCED CROOM. jua grain. POST OFFICE HOTEL. COBARGO. J. T. Proprietor. J. T. -Keating k®8 »wch pleasure in i formitigihe residents of COBAEGO and ¥urruundinR Discr cts that he has taken oyer the above well-known Hotel, and hopes by keeping the BEST BRANDS of WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, etc./ to merit a fair share of support. FECIAL ATTENTION Will be paid to the wonts of Commercial and other Travel lers. Commodious Sample Booms available. "GOOD STABLING oud a competent groom in attendance. J. T. K. tegs to announce for the bene fit of visitors from the TILBA. NOO . BOOM A, BODALLA and NEURIGUNDAH DTPTBICTS that h~£ Hot-el j,0E6esses nil the corafoite ofa home, while good l:orfe feed •nd siabe accommodation ure made speciali ties of the establishment. The Central BEGA. ta^Kder Hew BEa&agemeat. [Lat° of the Ocean View Hotel, Tattirs,] ff>EQS to remind VISITORS to BEGA ,x> that they wi...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Wesley an services for Sunday next:—Murrah, 11; Bermagui, 3; Cobargo, 7.30. "We have to acknowledge receipt of complimentary tickel for the plain and fancy dress ball to be held at Cen tral Tilba on Friday (to-day) in aid of the funds of the Central Tilba Tennis Oiub. On TueBday we received a tele graphic message to the effect that in the case, Hobbes v. Heece, alleged ma licious Blander, a verdict was jjiven for plaintiff) with £250 damages. A short time ago the Cobargo Pro gress Committee brought under the notice of the Justice Department the absence of any provision for lighting the Court House at night. We »re now glad to report that two superior doable suspension lamps have been sup plied. The partnership between Mr. W. Morrison and 0. Harlow, trading as coachbuilders and blacksmiths is dis solved. This step has been made nec. essaryby theunfortunate and continued illness of Mr. Harlow, which precludes his constant attention to business. The establishment...

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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, JUNE 30, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

8% Cfirattick. 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. Oobarqo, Friday, June 30, 1899. - 1'liK progress of the district and the resuittun extension of settlement in the town of Cobargo have, from time to time, necessitated action being taken to safeguard tlie sanitary and social interests ot the inhabitants. In the early stages of development in all country towns, when there are only a lew scattered residences, the necessity for taking extra ordinary precautions against the outbreak of infectious maladies doeB not exist. But, with the advance of population and its centralisation, new mediums of disease—and generally of the most malignant character—are opened up. Defective drainage, overflowing cess pits, and the accumulation of filthy pestiferous matter ate invariably the accompaniments of crowded centres, and it is the aim of a well-ordered Bystem of Government to take every precaution ag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

Auctioneer's Notice. IN consequence of the steamer not arri ving at Bermagui thiB week, the sale of Maize, Chaff, &c.. advertised for Satur day, (to-morrow) is postponed to the 8th JULY. WILLIAM BOOT. N S.W- Creamery But ter Cp. Ltd A MEETING of Suppliers will be held at the School of Arts on FEIDAY, 7th JULY, at 7.45 p.m. Business: To receive delegate's report re export scheme, and to elect a delegate for the ensuing year. ERNEST GEAHAM, Local Manager. Cobargo Band Ball. THE Committee of Management desire to thank those Ladies who 80 gene rously provided refreshments for the recent Baud Ball, and the Musicians, who also gratuitously gave their services, The financial success of the Boll was in a great measure due to the kind offices of these liberal supporters of the Cobargo Town Band, WILLIAM BOOT, Hon. Sec. Committee of Management. Dissolution of Partner ship. THE PARTNERSHIP hitherto exist ing between MORRISON and HAR LOW, as Coachbuilders and Blacksmiths, has THIS. DAT ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

To Let by Tender. THE LEASE for 3 years of that por tion of my Dignara's Creek property at present ocoupicd by Mr. Jno. Payne. Full particulars to be obtained from Mr. Thos. Kennelly, Cobargo, to whom tenders are to bo addressed. Tenders close WED NESDAY, 12th JULY. "VF. MOSS.

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NOTES PROM QUAAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

NOTES PROM QUAAMA. (By Ajax.) Ji Federation has been the all absorbing < topic since I last wrote, and we are ] justly proud of the majority we helped < in our small way lo swell. Oue gentle- , men was so ardent on the question ( that he neglected his work in striving to gain votes for the Bill. Mr. T. B. Nutley and Miss Alice 1 Hyland were married on Wednesday 1 21st inst., by the Rev. M. Walker, and i on the same day Rev. O. Soares united i in the bonds of matrimony Mr. M. i Engleman and Miss Lizzy McCarthy. All of the Chronicle matrimonial tips , have eventuated at last. Our footballers were defeated on Saturday last, but they enjoyed them selves thoroughly and are content. Tlioy speak in the highest terms Of the i princely manner in which tbqy were treated in Bega. The trustees of the recreation re serve have accepted the tender of Mr. M. Engleman for the erection of a pavilion on the ground. An additional grant of £15 has been received towards improving th...

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EXTENSION OF THE TOWN BOUNDARIES OF COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

EXTENSION OF THE TOWN BOUNDABIES OE COBAEGO. The following letter has been received from Mr. H. Clarke, M.P. : Chief Secretary's Office, Sydney, 21st June, 1899. Sib,—With reference to the letter presented by you from the hon. sec. of the Cobargo Progress Committee, X am now directed by the Chief Secretary to inform you that a. proclamation has been published in the " Government Gazette " of the present date amending the boundaries of the town of Cobargo for the purposes of the Towns Police Act,—I have, Ac., Ckitchett Walkee, Principal Under Secretary. PROCLAMATION REFERRED TO; Whereas in pursuance of an Act of the Governor and Legislative Council of New South Wales, passed in the second year of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, and numbered two, for regulating the police in the towns of Parramatta, Windsor, Hait and, Baihurst, and other towns respec tively, and for removing and preventing nuisances and obstructions, and for the better alignment of streets therein, the provis...

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THE BAND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

TEE BAND BALL Ab anticipated, the Bond Ball was one ot the greatest successes ever exper. ienced in Cobargo. The weather was beautifally fine, the full moon giving »light almost equal to old Sol's rays. Through the courtesy of the contractor, Mr. Thelan. the managenent were allowed to use the new supper room which is nearing completion. And the convenience of this commodious addi tion to the School of Arts was much appreciated. There is ample space for two tables which will give seating room to abont 90 people. The wisdom of the Committee in thus catering for the comfort and convenience of its 'patrons is already manifest. The re freshments nere supplied by the ladies gratuitously, and, as is invariably the case in Cobargo, the supply was more than 'sufficient, and the quality of the best. An impromptu band of amateur waiters, beaded, by Mr. Tas. Woon, the Secretary to the band, attended to the wants of the guests, and they are to be complimented upon the celerity with which they ca...

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MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

MOBUIA. (From oob own Cobbebpondent.) According to the " They 8a.y " column^ of the Chronicle your correspondents find a difficulty in " keeping it up." Nov, as far as I am concerned, this is not true, for I keep it 'up as long as the news is available to " keep it up " with, and if there was any news last week then I never heard of it. Really, to be honeBt, I quite forgot to " actum up " for the Chronicle last week, (then why didn't you say eo you blanky liar Ed.) but gave the time to 'scrummin" for the Commonwealth Bill, which, as your readers are aware,' was accepted by a large majority throughout New South Wales. I worked strenuously for the Bill, and it was mainly due to my ex ertions that such a magnificent majo rity was secured and the accomplish ment of Union brought within the certain reach of Australians. When I consider the prominent part I took in the fight it is marvellous that I es. caped from the fury of the 103 anti billites without a scratch.. Now, Cobargo Chronicle...

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THE FEDERAL VOTE AND THE PROSPECT. (For the Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 30 June 1899

THE FEDERAL TOTE AND THE PBOSPECT. (For the Chronicle.) The vote of 20th instant was a magnificent triumph for the cause of Australian Union. The strength of the polling, and the size of the majority show that) the paople are thoroughly arous.d by the need of Union, and are determined not to brook dictation by an irresponsible newspaper, nor to be misled by misrepresentation of the Federal Constitution or by base in sinuations against the motives of our public men. In the hour of victory, and in the confidence that the day of the establishment of the Australian Commonwealth is at hand, Federalists can generously forget the bitterness of the struggle, and expect from their recent opponents loyal co-operation in the great work of bringing into exis tence the accepted chanter of Austra lian nationhood. But a note of warn ing must be sounded. The anti-federal party have been signally defeated, bat Federation is not yet finally achieved. Nay more, the opponents of Union— or some of them—...

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