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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Thk Candelo Union reports that five sheep, sold in Melbourne, when slaugh tered, averaged 1247ibs. (This surely is a record.—Ed. C. C.) To Correspondents : " Spectator' . —Have already treated the subject matter of your letter in our leading columns. " Fair Play "—Too late for consideration this issue; will wade through your " screed " next week. • | We hare received from the manager of a -well-known monthly periodical .a slab of letterpress advertising matter even to the price of the journal, with the cast-iron request to print,—and all "on the nod." But we aren't taking any 1 Our prices are—well, prices anyhovr. Fbom the latest Sjdney live stock reports to hand we quote the follow ing :—Pigs : Light porkers 18s to 23s, heavy 24s to 26s 6d, light baconers 33s to 38s 6d, heavy baconers 40s to 53. Cattle : Full requirements yarded and odd lots very prime, bringing as high as £10 per head. Values were firm for all descriptions. Best bullocks made from £7 10 v g...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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, JULY 21, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

For the cdeseiMt lacks assistance, For the tcVsmgs that need resistance, Fov■ tleftthueatthe distance, ^.iid the^ood tJiai ice can do. CoBAitao, Friday, July 21, 1899. No one doubts the necessity for out door exercises. Medical science, prac tical observation and experience have taught OB that those people who live an active outdoor life, whether on the farm, in the chase,' or other physical exercises, do not develop those animal pa&sions (innate more or less in every being to -same extent) that the more sedentary do, and, consequently, are more robust physically and men tally, and freer from the worst and more degrading classes of crime. That That Australians are very fond of out door sports and athletics generally, and excel in them, is beyond all question. In all departments of sport our countrymen are continually proving themselves equal, and in the majority, superior to their opponents. In aquatics, England, until recent years, stood in such an apparently impregnable po...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

Cobargo Football Club. A General Meeting of the Members will be held on Friday night, 21st inst., at Koating's liotel at 8 p.m. Business im portant. Every member is requested to attend. EDYE L. O'TOOLB, Hon. Sec, NOTICE. THE undersigned requests that ■nil debts due to the late firm of Morrison and Harlow be paid to him on or before the 30th July in order that partnership accounts may be closed. W. MORBISON, • Cobargo, 17th July, 189D. W. ACKERLEY, Don Tailor, Moruya "WT-ILL visit Cobargo on Saturday, (to T * morrow), with a full assortment of Summer and Winter Goods. Address: W. ACKERLEY, Kea ting's Hotel. M. & J. O'Reilly. Clearance Sale. AT GRAHAM'S YABDS. WITHOUT THE SLIGHTEST B£S£&VE. Saturday, 29th Inst. 8 Springing Cows {in good condition.) M& J. O'KEILLY are favored with • instructions -from Mr. 'William Blacka, Senr., to sell on above date. Mr. Blacka has determined tb relinquish dairying and will put all his cows -through the yard as thoy become forw...

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COBARGO SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

COBAEGO SCHOOL OF AETS. The Annual General Meeting for the election of officers and the adoption of treasurer's and secretary's reports was held on Tuesday evening in the raiding room of the institution. The president, Mr. H. J. Street, occupied the chair, and the following members were in attendance :—Messrs. P. Wilson, G. Campbell, D. Hentyr M. Walker, T. J. Woon, F. G. Roberts, C3-. Martin, M. Pike, T. J. Tatlinion, J. P. O'Reilly, Myles O'Reilly, J. Graham, W. Mea ker, S. P. Ward, Dr. Meeke, E. Gra ham, W. Chambers Mid T. Kennelly. The reading and adoption of the treasurer's andsSfcrWary's reports were allowed to stand Wer for a fortnight when •'another general meeting will be held. (The election of officers resulted j as follows:—Pr^ideot. Mr. fl. Street '(unopposed);; yipeJ^Bident, T. ,J. Tar] in ton (unoppf)sgd),j Treasurer, Mr. S. P. Ward (fliippposed) ; Secretary, Mr. T. Keonell^.(unoppo-ed). For a committee ofseveiija.ballot was taken when the following were elected:— Mess...

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FOOTBALL MATCH.' Cobargo defeats Dry River. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

FOOTBALL MATCH.' Cobargo defeats Dry Eiver The roughest- game ever witnessed oil the local ground -was played by teams from the above clubs on Satuid&y' last. It is hard to understand why, in the game of football, go much eavagery is brought to light, but there is no doubt that a good deal of this regrettable feeling is woiked up by the enthusiasts who, once a match is" arranged, begin to prophesy that " it'llbe a rough go," and that one player and another intend to "douse" certain of thr-ir opponents. In the previous match with Dry Hirer, the play was Btngofcb, and at times some good work was done. The ball was not held so much, and consequently none of the players .were badly mauled. Last Saturday, the'forwards kppt the ball in, and,* .fioib;,and again'free kicks were given^fof'ihis rffente. The game oomipeiic'cd -at half past thfro, Dry River kicking off. For twenty minutes play' .Was veryevenf <iltlioush the Cobargo backs seemed to do bstter returning ihan the...

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

I don't object -yonr dancing, I could never see much fan'in the dance myself, and have not danced for the last two and Wenly years, on princi pie, hut. I don't think that yon are necessarily sinners bbc&use you prac tise " the light, fantastic toe" your selves. That .is a personal matter for yorU; fiutl dp think that weight'-er mat. ters should interest you .at lensta* urach as the pleasures and triflea oi life.

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WANDELLA WAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

WANDELM WAILS I {br whaler.) At ramus times during the past de- ] cade, the " powere that ba" have ex- 1 pended various turns in surveying a proposed road through this place.; There are three tuch now tuarktd ou^,; but none available for traffic yet, be- j cause, beyond surveying, nothing fur ther has been done. Had the money expended in these surveys been laid out in putting the old road in order, there would hare been no occasion for this foment. Ti e lpng-suff«r;n» reti dents of Wandella have come tc Bpeak of the latent surveyed line as the " pro posed road " while the track J hey have made for themselves, being driven to do so by sheer necessity, is known as the "new road * arid runs as near the surveyed line kH trees, stumps, and stump-holes •will, a teit. The- recant rains have liad the effect of f irming a number of bog holes" at various places .along this new road, and one of our worthy farmers on Monday night last while going to call on a neighbor nar rowly escaped a seriou...

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NERRIGUNDAH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

NEBBIGUJJDAH. (From otJR own Correspondent.) No doubt jou have been wondering why I have not Bent you along any items from the Gulph, bah realty the <tonui and surrounding district have been so quiet during the past few week* that news has been as scarce as sover eigns. However, I eend you a few pars which may prove of interest and show that the old Guiph is progressing? though eloi ly. Any in -ment a find in this undoubtedly auriferous country may startle not only the immediate neighbourhoods, but the whole of the colony, or Australia. The gold is here, abouts and some day its location will j be revealed ; until that time we must j be content to plod along as we are. j Still we have mine properties that ore j paying the ownrr3 and no one will be- j grudge theselatter all the luck thoy | may get; they deserve it all. On Monday las', an old chinaman nan:ed Sing Moo, had his leg terribly crushed by the fall of a quantity of earth whilst working in his claim at Co.kn y Flat....

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Results of Australian Eleven Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

Results of>, Australian Eleven - • • - Matches^.' - Sonthpf Engla^dT—ijrajwn, .Scores: South of Et^aird, 246 and 222; Amj^Ttiiift'iis,S75andl wiclcet Essex.—Lost by 126.fppores: Essex, 199 andUf-s &T»tm\i&ns. lUaifl ra.: . torrey;^Wonby &n$n$nig^uid?lTunB. Scores: Surrey, U4and$4; AustT^«®s,-249. £n English Eleretu—Vftjn.Jjy171runs. Scores: Australians, 222 and 22Tj E:Bgiishmen, 171 and 107. | Yorkshire.—Abandoned*. :"Wet weather. j Lancashire*—Won by arvinnings and 84 runs. 1 Scores: Lancashire 102an<l81{Australians,967. Oxford.—Drawn. Soocej.: Australians. 303. and ! ■i for 500: Oxford 341, '/ j All England (Test.—Ifc^wn. Englishmen, 3$3 j and 7forl55j Australian*.252. and closed with 8 | for 230. ! Jferylebone.—-Won by<$ wickets. Scores; Majy lebone 242 sad 230;. Aus£r^Uans 852, and 2 for Cas&tidgB.—Wfcn b f 10 . wickets. Soores : Cam bridge lit, 436 said 122 * £v8tralians 486 and 128 for nowiokets. j ' Yorkshire.—IJtawr*. ...

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MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

MOEUYA. (From udb own Corrrspondrnt.) Yodr Bermagm correspondent s^em >. to be good e&ough to travel with if, M ie says, lie can't do the ' copy' " ou 4)«s ed," he can on another part of. Lis 'anatomy. Lucky fellow! Last week I wasn't equal to the ocoision, and as I trust entirely to my pericranium, for ^burningoat 'copy,' I had to *crack tired, A.nd «ow dhtonidt, -why don't you leave that Nathalia parson . alone. Your treatment-of hia» and his variety iast week was cruel. The Rev. Glad -stone knows his own business, .you may •depend «pon that. In my opinion, •every word was misinterpreted. I think he meant to convey to the con gregation that the '• polka" of the coin upon the plate, was hardly wor.h ^'walteing1' round for, «iuch less the -shepherd's time to " echottischa" into Itbe. pulpit for Sunday ;<iier Sunday Provide! the -shekels danced on to the' plate he was satisfied, allowing of ^course, that the " dawnce" was a brisk <one. Seriously, no g...

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

<tJnntnolled and Invincible Woods' Great j Pgjiporiimit Care forOqpghB and CoielB, 1/6.)

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Steve Kisa v. P. Mi-ffit, wages £4. Verdict for amount with coats and one witneW expenses. Levy and distress or 14 days. Before Mfisars. F. G. Roberts and A. Tarlinton Js P. H, J. Sfc-eet, v. Mrs. Rolfe, goods supplied, 16/. Verdict for amonut.

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

For Asthimticsl Couglis end Colds tslza Weeds' Giast Peppermint Cure, 1/6 *ad 2/C. j

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COBARGO POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 14 July. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 21 July 1899

I COBARGO POLICE COURT. Fbidat, 14 July. Before Messrs. F. G. Roberts, A. Tarlinton, and H. J. Street Js. P. _ A few Hoyer Street choice spirits were charged with nsing obscene language,, and pleading guilty, were fined in vary ing amounts. One, not having the ' needful' had to take it out in Bega lockup. Mr. Blomfield from Bega was in attendance and appeared on be half of a couple of the accused.

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The Australian Eleven in England. Fourth Test Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 July 1899

The Australian Eleven in England Fourth Test Match Tee fourth of the series of Teat cricket matches between England and Aus tralia commenced at Manchester on Monday last. The weather was fine, and there was an enormous attendance of spectators. -When the gates were opened, 25,000 people were waiting to gain admission, and later in the after noon there were 40,000 present, and as this - was as many as the ground would conveniently hold, the police prevented the entry of others. The wicket was very fiery before the lun cheon hour, but afterwards it im proved. Hill was unable to play, as he bad not recovered from the recent operation on his nose. His absence considerably weakened the Australian side; JohnB and McLeod also stood out. On the English side Brown was unable to take his place on account of a swollen hand. The Englishmen were the first to go to the wickets, opening with Quaife and Fry, to the bowling of Jones and Noble. The formnr made the ball rise very awk wardly, several t...

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REMARKABLE NOTES BY DREYFUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 July 1899

REMARKABLE NOTES BY DEEIFUS. The Paris Figaro has published notes written by Dreyfus while awaiting trial at the close of 1894. The Times says that they bear the stamp of truth. Dreyfus says :— 1 On Saturday, October 13, I re. ceived a letter directing me to be on Monday, the 15th, at 9 a.m., at the War Office, for the general inspection I reach the office on the Monday, I ain ushered into the room of the head of the General Staff. There 1 see Major Du Faty de Clam and other persons in civil dress whom I did not know. I am told to seat myself at a table, and Major Du Paty De Clam sits beside me, looking savagely at me. I begin already to be puzzled. The major then invites me to write a letter from his dictation. I am more and more puzzled. Suddenly he says to. me !—' Your hand shakes.' Not at all,' I say; ' my fingers are cold.' I continue writing, more and more amazed. Scarcely have I finished when he rises, falls on me, and in a thundering voice says:—' In the name of the law I ar...

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

' The freliableFaraily Beme&y OTobds'Oteat Cnie*or ttmghstod^Joiag; ifi

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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 tee can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 28 July 1899

For ike cause thai lacks assistance, For tie wrongs that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that tee can do. Cobabqo, Fbiday, July 28, 1899. There is no doubt we are a shamefully neglected community, so tar asour public wants are concerned; and the state of many of- our main thoroughfares and the nature of our shipping, arrange ments are a positive disgrace to our Parliamentary representation ever since settlement under the Froe Selec tion Act began some twenty years or so ago. One and all of our represen tatives seem to have dealt out the most cavalier treatment to the Co bargo district; ana, in a subordinate way, eucoessive road superintendents have meted out the same amount of attention, or inattention. Some of oar resident^ too, who owe everything they possess to the fertile soil of Cobargo, seem Ashamed of the name of their benefactor, and will not quote it .astheir place of residence, bat in a vague manner indicate that they reside down Bega way. Why...

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

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

I OUR TELEGRAMS <Fboh oub Sydkr gorbxsponokkt.) sydney, Thursday. vsdtteB) creamer/ and factory 1b, daily 10§d to lid, cheese 4£d to 6$d, bacon Sd to 8d, fa— 7Jd to 9Jd, eggs 9d to tjd, fowls 2s Sd to Si 6d, ducks Sstok The net profits ol the Australian Joint Stock Bank for the past half jearls £1360, which, added to balance from last half-year, mikes £7100 car ded forward. The Assembly «at «H night and passed the Address <on tin voices. Storey's amendment was negatived by 56 to 7 at fear «'docb this morning. The Treasurer infaodooed two tnonth's supply bill covering £1,600,000. Mr. Lyne strongly protested against snore than one'inonths supply and de clared that the finances showed a Copeland considered that the Pre snier Should appoint a royal commission to inquire into Norton^ charges. At an early hour • scene occurred feetween Norton and Archer, and the ; former voder threat of prompt removal, apologised. Dr. Tidawell was further examined before the Tubercul...

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