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DANCING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

DANCING. Did the reverend critics ever chance To notice a pretty, young kitten dance ? - Hiyethejeeenfherabbitandhareatjjlay— ; HoVtheyirolic, and skip, and dance "away? And- the little Coxes axe fpll of fun, ^ . . TTwy camion each other.and off they run. ^VhSUt the squirrel, a merry boy is be, 'Afelie dances «ndj<mps-from tree to tree. Have they never observed tttfgay sunbeam, And the glittering waves all dancing seem? Whilst wen the cubs of the grumpy bear Soil over'and over outside their lair. Uft lagnbs will gambol, the hones prince, . ■ - Tet the clerics say. we must not donee 1 ■ New Zealand has established a State farm for the benefit of the unemployed. baa never yet done anything better than .find relief works whioh aw i practically « charitable bncinea. If theworker{|9kd the least chance of jBsUoe'^ jnrwt^^speftBe with parity. toot the same pains to be Vhatthcy ought to be as they do to juetn^bat they am not, this voold be ..ainuchbeiter world, i "Xto oofamen fln...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian Eleven in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

The Australian EleveiLinlSiigland Afteb playing * draw against Notts, the Australian Eleven took on a team organised by/Lord'Robartes, the match -being played at Truro, and ending in an easy win lor the visitor* by 8 wiokets. Hill, Worrall and Johns stood out of the Auetralian team. Darling won the toss and took Grit strike on a good wicket, McLeod and Tromble opening, who made 15 and 17 respectively, both failing to Bicharason. Noble made but seven when Lilley snapped him at the wickets. Gregory and Trumper became associated, and brought about - a change in the bowling, the move proving fatal to the colt, clean bowled by Wilson for 10. The captain joined > Gregory, but the latter via almost im . mediately run out'for 15. 9yd -was always too venturesome between the wickets. Iredale partnered his captain,. . but after making 16, he bad to retreat' . to "the pavilion, and Darling soon fol lowed for a capitally madia 65. Kelly and Laver made a stubborn stand, the former after puttin...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"BULLETIN" HOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 14 July 1899

"BULLETIN" HOP. The Westminister .Gazette, three orfonr years ago, described-. Mr. Hopkins, of the Bulletin, as ' one of the four great est cartoonists of the age.' Musicians regard him as the hut authority in 8ydney on violins. He has a little library devoted to the subject, and he has made a fiddle. Once when ' Hop' was at Coogee with, some friends he noticed an Italian boy outrageously ac companying an old Italian pa a harp. ' Hop,' who is as grave and dignified as a Spanish nobleman, quietly took the fiddle from the boy and played the ac , companimente. Although his name its famouB he ia not much known person ally, and the drowd that soon gathered took him for a partner ' in the show, and were so pleased, with the perfor mance that they contributed most gen erously. ' Hop1 is the son of an Amer jean farmer And a'd^ap&itlent of the' first -Pilgrim-Fathers. ^ He received little if any schooling,;: having worked <>n- his father's farm frbm childhood. He then g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

\V"cods' Cleat Peppermint Care for Coughs and Cc2os sever failw, 1JC tad 2/6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

For Children's Hacking Cough take Woods' Great ireppsnuint Cure, l/Gd«nd?/6

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

The relia.blel?£umlj EemedyW^p4a' Great Peppermint Cora forcoughs widColila," 176 tod 2/0. . *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

It happened every night whqnf&ther fell sdaep. Hi* little Ud awoke to eongh *Mi sneefce ul ireap. Then lather gvore out lond uidtrulud lib 4dd km daad, ' ■ He tore his hew pWimu, jumping otrt pf bed; . Ha dinmsd the cold Unolenm stttdcto ISM Ilka . ■ gluB, *■' - . ' i Arii'hteirms thecluldmrtlowliDKiinWknew, Btttmotfcr.r found* charm to fnaln] UieVJ* rest jjfwrurt, Tim kid j.ovr thrives ftud sleopG on Woods' jniutCure.

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The Romance of a Pro-Consul. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

The Romance of a Pro-Consul Whatever may be the opinion of ex-, perts with regard to tbe historical accuracy of Mr, James Milne's "Romance of a pro-Consul" (writes our London correspondent) there can be no doubt the brightly written little volume would have immensely pleased Sir George Grey himself. It shows us, indeed, the great pro-Coatnl, as he appeared as Now Zealand's Grand Old Man. Mr. Milne's chief attraction to Sir George was that he knew nothing directly about the Antipodes. Other journalists, notably Mr. C, O. Mon. trose, and Mr. Hons Marten, often went to see him, too, in 1891. But they were not inclined to accept his dicta on colonial matters, and with them conversation usually became controversial. Mr. ' Milne soon saw tbe wiedom of not contradicting. He was a respectful,. receptive, and, above all, highly intelligent listener, and S r George keenly enjoyed chatting to him. After a tim?, a notebook was permitted, and tie sum and substance of the old gentleman's narrativ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

TENUIS. Teams, consisting of Dr. Meeke, Q. Campbell, M.. Walker, and E. Graham (Cobargo), and F. C. Brassington, W. Moorhead, P. Larkin and A. Fergu son (Bermagui) played on the Cobargo court ou the 7th instant, Cobargo win-! ning comfortably by 10 sets to 2. Doubles. Meeke and Campbell v. Brassington and Moorhead. 4-6, 6-2, 6-3. Walker and Graham v. Larkin and Fer guson. 6-3., Campbell and Walker v. Brasaington and Larkin. 6-4. Singleb. Meeke v. Brassington. 6-1, 6-8, 5-6. Campbell v. Moorhead. 6-3. Walker v. Ferguson. 6-0, 6-0. Walker v. Larkin. 6-2. Totals: Cobargo 10 sets, 69 games; Ber magui 2 sets, 38 games. The Cobargo Tennis Club sent a team to Bferruagui on Saturday to meet the seaside players. The weather was beautifully fine, but unfortunately the court, which is a grass one, was rather wet and heavy. The teams were —Cobargo—: Misses S. Tarlinton, Pike, Street and Boot; Messrs. G. Campbell;'Dr. Meeke, F. Kelly, and W; Boot.1' Bermagui:—Misses Kiley, and Finch,, and Messrs...

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CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

CRICKET NOTES Some interesting comments on the first test match appear in the London Moiiu'iiff Leader, of June 5, 'I have no hesitation,' observes the writer, ' In saying that in the first test match Eng land was outplayed at every paint of the game. It is a sad confession for me to make, but it is simply the truth, and I find that ib never does one any good to shut one's eyes to facts or to pretend to ignore them. Please ob serve what it is I do confcss, I do not say tbat tho Australians can beat any team wb can put in the field, nor do I even say that they would always beat the eleven that opposed them on tbis occasion, but as the game was played the colonials were generally on top of Eugland after the first two hours of the game. ' Nor can it be very flattering to our pride to acknowledge, as we must, that the man wbo saved England lias not a drop of English blood in his veins. We console ourselves with the fact that his cricket is English ; that he learned the game here and pra...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (Fboh oub Stdnkt CorbespohiSRjt.) h? > Sydney, Wednesday. Mb. . Wic^.jnoved and Mr. Millard seconded theratloption of the AddresB in-Reply. ' Mr; Barton said that party differencea wet® only obliterated, for the purposes ot1carrying oat the re cently expressed wish of the ppople at the ireferetf?fii8fi and after Federation i was placert^^md all doubt the Oppo sition woufU'tiMi all legitimate means to oust) the^Gsvernment. He was ear prised tliat ^&e speech did not state when the Government would submit the address' t6" the Queen, which brought from the Premier the remark that it would he done immediately the two other colonies had accepted the Bill. Mr. barton said be regarded the extenriVe programme merely as a bait put forth to' batch thelunwary voter. Regarding the rumours circulating in respect to the Rbseville railway and other matters if they earned any truth the Opposition would be justified -in taking action. The Tremier declared that Mr. Barton's co...

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CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

CHAPTER VIII. ] But she was in good hands. The stranger lifted the light weight until tlie girl's head lay on his shoulder. Then he btartod off in the direction whence he had come, walking quickly as one who is quite sure of his destin ation. In a few minutes he stopped at a pretty house, standing back from the road and in a large garden. An elderly lady, with a sweet pale face and silvery hair, came to meet him in the open doorway. ' Will, is that you, and what have you there V ' It's a girl who fainted in the street. Two young cads were insulting her, and 1 made them Jeave her alone,' he explained briefly. ' Poor girl, she seems quite uncon scious.' Then she exclaimed, as the light from the hall fell full on Jeanie's face : How beautiful she is! Will, don't you see tho likeness ? She is lite what Violet was when I lost her.' And she sighed. The fair daughter she mourned had been dead ten years; but, in her mother's heart, ehe lived still. ' She iB very lovely,' the youtig man answ...

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" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

*' Evil tp him who evil'thmTct." ■ THEY SAY: That the Cobarpo football ground Was" decked out with red flags' on Saturday— probably this accounts for the savage play. That the Turoes football team, captained by Boyd, should prove a strong combination with the itolwart Bed Creek reefers as for* wards and the Gulph carpenters as backs; «nd Hat the two latter in their match with Cobargo against an opposing team some time ago were generally playing well back, though their place was amongBt the for wards. That the Gulph footballers ate preparing to visit Cobargo at an early date for a game; and _ That the players should iearn to " keep their hair on " during practice. That partners are being already engaged for tlxe School of Arts ball to be held at the Gulph four months hence; and That one of the local carpenters has com mitted hiniflf^f by selecting his partner, and has begun to save up for the purchase of a ticket. . That ; the attractiveness of certain vocal music coming from pn upst...

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CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

CHAPTER VII. She awoke from these bright visions before anyone else was stirring. She looked regretfully at the happy, home like kitchen. She would have liked to stay, but she knew that she could get no work in Stanchester, and would only be a burden to the kind-hearted woman who had befriended her. Leaving the sixpence on the table, she unbolted the door and crept quietly out of the house. She had decided overnight that she would walk on to i Linthorpe. It was only eight inileB, and she felt refreshed by her night's rest. There she would make another earnest attempt to get sirae work that would pay for her food and lodging, and if not she muBt sell the diamond ring to keep herself from starving. She was hungry now, but she found a few ripe blackberries in the hedge, and these Btayed her hunger a little. Btf' for all that the way seemed very ; loiig, and her feet dragged wearily along before she was in sight of Lin thorpe. She went into the firet 'baker's shop and bought some bread ...

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NOTES FEOM QUAAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

NOTES FEOM QUAAMA. (By Am.) I Since my last lhcre baa heen little to write about. Some of the residents are talking of taking boxing lessens in order to-deal it out to "Aj-»x " ill the event of hi* identity becoming known. Everyone suspects everyone else m being "Ajax," while the real man smiles up his sleeve. The Dry River tepniB club have challenged Verona to a friendly game on the 29th instant. Piactice at the game has been somewhat retarded owing to the wet w» ather. One lady, setting her first leBson in the game, hit a ball into a tree' about 50 feet high, and then innocently inquired '• how many does that count." The trustees of the local cemetery met on Saturday, and a sub-com mittee consisting of W Dummett, S. T. Stermett, D. McLeod, John Gannon, aricTW. Tarlintoa was appointed to expe'ni the reccnt grant of £50 on the cemetery. It" was " decided by this committee to call tenders for clearing Ibe whole of the ground. The regular monthly meeting of the Progress Committee was ...

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Miss Margary's Murder CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

Miss Margary's Murder CHAPTER VI. Several wen stared indolently into )ter f«oe, and one spoke to her ; but ehe hurried on, her head bent, and keeping »b much as possible in the shadow of the house?. Her one idea w*s to leave the lights and the passers by behind, and reach the quiet and the dark again. Just outside the town was a large pine wood, and she made up her mind to spend the hours of darkness under a tree. She was so tired that Bhe was sure to sleep, even on such a comfort less couch. But the June night was chilly, and she Bhivered, and drew her rags more closely round her. Her old cloak, which she had given to Enid, would have been a great comfort now. More than once she rose and paced up and down, to circulate the blood in her be numbed liihba. But at last she threw lietself down on the grass and moss, and covered ber face with her hands to shut out those strange flickering Ehadows, and presently fell asleep and slept soundly until it was broad daylight. She sat up and rub...

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Wandella Cricketers' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

Wandella Cricketers' Ball The cricketers' ball, as advertised, came oft in Mr. Ticubs' room <ra F< idaj last, and was quite the - success that was anticipated. The weather waB beautifully fine, and the. attendance numbered about 20 couples, visitors attending from all outlying centres. The room was nicely decorated, and the floor in very fair order. Tbe music, provided by Messrs. limes (violin and picco'o), assisted ". by Mr. Thomas Adamson, was first-clrss. Mr. Wtn. Henry, of Wilgo, acted as M.O., atd proved that he waB no novice at the game. The refreshments were of the best quality, and ample, the Misses Hen>y (C"l>argo) beine the caterers. All th« arrangements were of-the most conip'.e fi nature—a fact due mainly to >he efforts of the ubiqui toiiB f-ecretary. We are gl«d to say • hat . the proceeds were sufficient to j liquidate the liabilities of the club with a small balance to. spare. The management and guests are loud in iheir praises .of Mr. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

OSTOCE SEETMSS. jy iVilvE SERVICES vrili be ^conducted in the district ns follows : — ROMAN CATHOLIC. Mass celebrated at 8.30 a.m. and 11.15 a.m. every Sunday at Cobargo. Evening devotion every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Y. KENNY. CBDBCB OP ENGLAND. Jnly 23—Tilba 11; Dlgnam'* Creek 2.30; Cobartfo 7.30. G, SOABES. WK3LSTAN. JnlyS3—CsbargoU; Benmasui (3); Central Tilba («• M. WALKEE. PEESBTTEEIAN. July 30—Cobargo 11 a.m. (Union CfciiTT.li). J. D. Hu itsj.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. D-Vs of h3 I Oht of | Pun I run | M.wn \Vwk. I Month j HisM j >et0 ] Bisop • Friday ! Jly 14 | 6 58 | 6 3 I 10 15 -t-ATCK' AY I „ 15 j S 67 j 5 4 j '0 44 MiMu>y . I" 16 | 6 67 j 5 -5 11 18 Mono.1T i „ 17 I « 67 I # 5 I 11 65 ItTBSDAY ' „ 18 I 6 66j'i> Oj ! V. 'drr»d i| , 19 <$ .US'! G 6 t 1 28 Thursday | „ 20 j 6 55~| 0 7 I 2 27

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

COBARGO HOTEL. anrsEYTBXNO A8 it OTOEI TO SB. EXTENSIVE STABLHffi. EXPERIENCED GROOM. TOST flfflfiE HOTEL, COBARGO. Proprietor. ,y. T> "Keatinsr l"88 **wh pleasure in "informing ib« residents of OOBAJMiO and L ■SnrroundinpSwtr eta 'that "he has taken over the above well&nown Hotel. and hopes by fceeping tfce BEST BRANDS of WINES, UPItflTS, At.ES, 'etc., 4o merit a fair) •share of support. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be paid to the wants of Commercial and other Travel Jers. CotcmodiouB Sample Rooms iivthilable. 'GOOD hTABLINd and -a •competent *groam'taHUeudati<». I •J. T. %. 'begsto annonnne for -Ihe hrnp «t of visitors fiom the TILIi NOO ROOM A, HODA.LLA nnd-NUKUIGUNDA H f 4M8TKJCTS thaiih^ Hotel fossetses nil the ■conlforta o'a home, while good horse foed sstiii stsbe accommodation uremade speciali-. . lieqaf the'eBtablisbmeut The Central H°tel, BEGA. n&n&mr A«w STansgement. TL »% '[IjitdftlieOcean View ■Hotel,t Tathro,] BEGS to refffind VISITORS t...

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