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LOCAL GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 August 1899

LOCAL GENERAL NEWS- | One daylast week a couple met in a Cobargo street. No. 1 proffers his hand. No 2 protests, "You have the advantage of me, I don't know you." " I don't know you" said No. 1, " bo where does the advantage come in." A NASxy -accident befell an infant I son of Mr. W. McKenzie'a on Saturday last. Tire little fellow, -scarcely two years old, was playing in the dairy i amongst some cheese tins when he fell and sustained a severe open wound. The little fellow is under the doctor's care and progressing satisfactorily. In our leading article of last week it might be Inferred that Mr. Thomas T«rlinton refused to come to any terms with the Government with reference to a road through his property at Wandella. This is nob so.; bat on the cont&ty Mr. Tarlinton has made a fair offer as to a mode of settlement. Ths following have bean chosen to represent Tilba in the tennis match againBt Cobargo on the latter's court on Saturday the 5th inst. Misses 0. and' M. Seccombe,...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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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, AUGUST 4, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 August 1899

- ©frc Ctymid*. For the cause thai lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the future m the distance, And the good that tee can do. Cobabqo, Fbidat, August 4, 1899. Fedkeation, which has been before the Australian publiciormapyyears, and which a few leading'politicians pro nounced as.^xl over and oyer again, has atJ*s£ emerged from the nebulous stpg<Cand is faBt assuming a position /£t which any retrograde movement is impossible. The people have a very firm octopus grip of the thing, and the creatures of the people, the politicians, mnst go on with the national mandate until the address with the Constitution attached, ib presented to the throne. This is the pleasant stage to which the movement has reached, making Aus tralians feel that the goal of their as pirations is within measurable dis tance. New South Wales accepted the Commonwealth Bill by a majority of - over 24,000 votes, Victoria by 140,782, Tasmania by 11,737, and South Aus tralia by an overw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 August 1899

CAUTION. ALL STOCK found trespassing on the property, known .aa George Hills (situate at Illawambra and leased by me) will be impounded without respect to persons and owners sued for damages. F. DONALDSON, 4th August, 1899. - "■r WANTED 50 Apply— GREYHOUNDS, any class, on or before SATURDAY, 12th instant. "MANARO." Keating's Hotel. NOTICE. THE undersigned lias for HIKE a Staunch Single $$iggy Horse and Comfortable Single Buggy, Also Saddle Horses. - ,(.A. D. BUBNS. Paddock at Sermagui .. '3 : TENDERS for RENTING the above for 1 or 3years ■Bdl).bp.,reoeived by me up to the 14th AUGUST.' " H; 0.':,K C0WDR0Y. CAUTION. ALL STOCK fonnd^tfespa&siiig on the property known ee. Westaway's will be impounded without 'teapeot to persons and owners sued for damages, _. THQS. ALLEN, " . Galba. &0 VEENHEKTIDYEBTISEMENT. Department of Public "Works, Roads Office, Bega,81st July, 1890. ■ TENDERS addressed to the Clerk of Petty.Sessions at Bega and endorsed 4* Tender for Road Work " w...

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HOBBES v REECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 4 August 1899

HOBBES v REECE As there has been very considerable local interest taken in the above case, we propose publishing a resume of the facts, and of what led up to the the whole thing. On the 12th April 1898 J. D. Reece obtained a warrant to search the Merriwinga property for a cow alleged to have been lost since the end of 1894. A beast found, which Reece claimed as his property, and it was taken to the Central Tilba Police Sta- tion. On the16th April a summons was issued citing Hobbes to appear at the Central Tilba Police Court to answer the charge of stealing one cow, in January,1895. The summons was heard on the 28 th April, before four Justices, viz., Messrs. F. G. Roberts, J. P. Seccombe, W. A. Pass, and J Foster. Hobbes was defended by Mr. Bland of Bega. Evidence was given   by Constable's Colyer and Blackman, and Messrs; J. D. Reece, Oliver,   Angelo and Garnet Reece, John and Alfred Hobbes, W. E. Seccombe, and W. Penrith. The bearing lasted for about fif...

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Miss Margary's Murder CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

Miss Margary's Murder CHAPTER XII. She was lost to him, and he must root oat of his heart the love that had grown to be a part of his very self. Bat be might watch over and guard --her still, in all honor and faith he could bo her Joyal knight. /And yet it was sad. He had bad , aweet dreams of a happy home, if a ,£airand loving wife. He had iceant, as eoon as the trial was over, and she /was pronounced innocent, to take her . home to bis mother, and there woo her, and win her, by the resistless strerig.h of his own great love. That she was worthy- to be bis wife he never doubled. - The first witness called for the de fence was Roger Hobbes. He had a strange sto-y to tell. He had been verger and pew opener at the little church of St. Cuthbert's, at Pemdale, for the last thirty years. He'rcmembered quite well, although it was more than a year ago, being accosted by a stranger one afternoon when he was leaving the cburch. He took particular notice of hiin, for he was tail and well tet....

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

T> OEU&CS SBaVTOES. t—':-- ■ v IVINE SEBVICES will bo conducted in the district as follows SOMAN CATHOLIC. JkfftES celebrated nt 8.30mb. and 11.16 a.ia, every Sunday at Cobargo. Evening devotion evety Sunday at 7.80 ■ p.m. P. KENNY. CRVB.CB OF ENGLAND. G. SOABES. M. WALK EE.

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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

THE BALL. This mi admitted on all aides to be the beet ever held in Bermagui, about seventy oonples being present Visi tor* were present from Bega, Nelson, Qnaama, Central Tilba, Tilba, Drome dary, Noorocma and Gobarga Of i coarse dancing with any degree of pleasure was almost an impossibility, but the promoters of the entertain, ment looked on with undisguised satis faction. The mnsio was of the best quality and supplied by Hies Engstrom (piano), Messrs. Morgan (cornet), W. F. Phillips, J. Martin, P. White and S. Milgate (violin), also H. Harper (piano). The floor wu In excellent order, and the catering, which 'was done by the ladies of Beunagoi was of the best description. Mr. F. E. Riley acted MB M.0. in tut efficient, manner, and Messrs. J. Morrison, £. Edwards, A. Lake and J. Moorhead also deserve tpecial praise for the assistance tbey rendered. The ladies vera tastefully attired, some of the dresses being very handsome. The following is a des cription of same, bnt it is quite ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

SCHOOL OF ARTS, COBARGO. WEALTH AND PROGRESS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Illustrated Lecture. SPLENDID LANTERN. MAGNIFICENT PICTURES AST. J. VOQLKOUaE, Lootarer. On Wednesday Aug. 16, - at7.80p.TB. Admission by Silver Coin>r-I» aid of Hoifie Mission. ■■■-.■ . ~ - M. WALKER. TO LET. FOR 1 or 3 years a FARM, 121 ACRES, near Bermagui, known as Dora's Hut.—Apply to MRS. K. M. BROWNE, Moruya. NOTICE. THE tmderrigned has for HIRE a Staunch Single Buggy Horse and Comfortable Single Buggy, Also Saddle Horses. A. D. BURNS. Paddock at Bermagui South. TENDERS for RENTING the above for 1 or 3 years 'will be received by me up to the 14th AUGUST. H. O. T. COWDROY. NOTICE. ALL DEBTS due to the tmdenigned and not paid by the 20th INSTANT will be placed in the hands of my solicitor for collection. MBS. E. G. WINDSOR. 9th Aug., 1899. Cobargo Cricket Club. A GENERAL MEETING will be held at Keating'* Hotel TO-MORROW EVENING (Saturday) at 8 o'clock. W. CHAMBERS, Hon. Sec. 10s. REWARD. T OST a Boan Cow, brand...

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A Moruya Chord. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

A Uorura Chord ©ire local rag dropped on a snag In the shape of the song bird " Gill," Who began to moult hie feathers ▲s eoonas he had swallowed the pill. 'Twm not that it had such a bad effect Upon his own digestion— Bat to mention the maid at the " Adelaide " 'Twas fairly ont of the question. This bird debated what to do Then straight to the office quickly flew And carried the paper in his bill,* Which made the Editor feel (mite ill* He heaved a sigh and dropped a tear, And said " Bad lack to 'what we Hear/ " This rag is deeply is the aire, In firing shots at Sergeant 'Magnire, (An officer both good and tree, "Who's not afraid his duty to do.) He treats the boozers all alike. So one or two hare got the spike Because our Sergeant bold will score When cautioning even an editor. And we really think that it is time That he was made to draw the line; For he has such a consummate cheek, And for the residents dares to speak. Had he asked adrice it would have been better Before he attemp...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (Fkox odb Sydnky Correspondent. ) Sydney, Thursday. •bciTEB, creamery and factory x/, dairy 10$d to lid, cheese to 6J, bacon fid to 8d, bams 7£ to 9£. eggs 8d to 8£t fowls 2/3 to 3/6, ducks 3/ to 4/. The budget speech will be delivered on Wednesday next. Case of supposed train wrecking at Ashfield has been cleared up by the | confession of signalman Myles who ex plained that he placed the obstruction on the line himself with the view of creating a sensation and securing the kudos for bis discovery. A criminal charge will be preferred against him. Speaking in the Council Want said be sent in his resignation immediately he saw by " Hansard" what the policy of the Government was with regard to Federationj he saw no other course open but join hands with his old loyal friends againBt the Bill; he regretted he hod nob resigned his portfolio be' fore leaving Sydney. In the Assembly the debate on the federal address was concluded; Hayne's amendment was negatived by 75 to 22. T...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

The miliars are again to the front with a proposal for a day's sports on Sight Hour Day, and judging by the mcceu of the lut venture, an enjoyable day's fan is aura red. The road through the township is in a glorious state of mud and slush, in tact it is almost impossible to get along. The McHugh brothers are msnfnlly sticking to their guna in the face of -the adverse weather, and when com pleted it should be a very creditable job, but will require metalling imme diately. We have had rain here almost every day for the last fortnight, grass is «oming like " hennything " and a good season appears to be looming in the Cutute,

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KISSING AND CHARITY. In the name of Religion. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

KISSING AND CHAEITI. Li the name of Beligion A message from Cincinnati, Ohio, last month, saysA novelty was intro duced at a bazaar in connection with ■the Firat Metbodist Church in this city. Several ladies, to the number ©f some dozens, volunteered to submit to be hugged and kissed by any man who chose to payfor the privilege. A tariff regulating the osculation and embraces -was accordingly drawn up at prices to suit even those whose pockets had been almost depleted by the sales. Many paid their money and kissed the ladies of their choice. The fun, of course, waxed great. One of the blindfolded men, John Reynolds, paid his 15 cents/ and, approaching the married women, caught hold of the one right before him, and led her out and kiBBed and bugged her most vigor ously. and evidently enjoyed himself immensely. At the end of five minutes the master of the ceremonies notified him time was up, The bandage was removed from his eyes, and he found that the lady locked in his arms was bis w...

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TILB TILBA. (FROM OR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

TILB1 TILBA. (From ode own cobbkpond*ht.) 11 3o you think Mr. Editor, year Tilbm i sorrespondent has been " keeping it up." As per usual, your are right, ind it you will keep it a profound secret, I do not mind telling yon in what my I have been keeping it np." Well, feeling a bit " run down," I de rided upoii takings "ran np" to the drought atrioken country in the north western division, and let me say right here, that if any Of my Tilba or Co bargo friends are dissatisfied with their lot, and think they are badly treated in the way of a rain supply, had they seen the Moree district in the state saw it a few weeks back, they would no longer complain. As the train leaves Sydney at 6 p.m., one does not get a glimpse of the country until Gunnedah is reached, where you arrive about daylight, and oh my stars, was it not cold 1. The trains do not travel fast enough from Werris Greek junction to make anything warm, in fact I did hear that the reason the train slopped so often on the way w...

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A REAL HERO. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

A REAL HERO. Balph Gore) of Erie, was a cqntrao tor, and although poor and uneducated, he was a fine specimen of' the true, hearted, whole-souled Irishman. On the morning of the accident which we are about to narrate, he was heard to remark that his orders for addi tional boarding np the sides of a catting had not been (complied with, and that thta neglect must be repaired immediately. There were abont thirty labourers working at the bot tom when he decended, and as he UBued some orders he noticed the fall of some gravel and sana from above. Looking up, he turned pale, and shouted, "Make for the ladders, men ; there will be a care in V A rash took place for the ladders, and men scrambled and . climbed over each other in the effort to reach the top before the treacherous wall caved in. " Quick, boye, or yon are lost V' exclaimed Gore, disdaining to take ad vantage of the means of escape n&til all bis men were safe. They were all op but one, Jim Beilly, who vcaa rheumatic, And...

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COBARGO SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

COBABGO SCHOOL OF AETS The annual general meeting of the Oobargo School of Arts w&g held on 18th nltimo when there was a fair at tendance of members. The special business before the meeting was the adoption of the committee's report and the election of offioera and committee for the enBuing year; the elections re sulted as followsPresident, H. J. Street, (unopposed) ; vice president, T. J. Tarlinton, (unopposed); trea surer, S. P. Ward, (unopposed); sec retary, T. Xennelly, (unopposed); committee, D. Henry, P. Wilson, G. Campbell, W. Chambers, M. Pike, Dr. Meeke, Jas. Graham. The following report was then read by the secretary:— Mr. President and gehtlimer. Your committee has much pleasure in submitting its 11th annual report, which, in view of the repeated dry seasons, must be considered satisfac tory. The first step tak&n by your committee was to diecuss the best means of enlarging the hall and erec ting Bupper and dressing rooms, a course rendered necessary by the...

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"Evil to him who evil think." THEY SAT: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

" Evil to him uho evil fkUf." THEY SAT: That though the " loud laugh bespeaks the vacant mind," it is not always the signal for the appearance of a policeman. That the inclusion in a football team of even one sportsman of the old school lias an elevating effect on the game—witness Dan Ihstip's play on Saturday. That Centrilba and Bermagui both in tend being represented in the .Oobargo Dis trict Cricket Association next season; and That all true cricketers will rejoice at the prospect of a more even contest next year. That players are already deciding as to the clubs they intend to support during' the coming season; and That the Cobargo club will be lifted out of its " slough of despond "—debt—before active practice is commenced. That wagering without the "ready" being put up was again in evidence the, other night; and That the man who wanted to back him self to fill and sew SO bags of bark, 14 to the ton, in a day must have intended to make an early start. That , the Bredbatoura "Bl...

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PREMIER REID'S OVERDRAFT. (Fron the Bulle[?]in.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

PREMIER BED'S OVERDRAFT. (Fron the Btdlelin.) An unsavory little row, with mnd and personalities in it, which broke out. last Week in N.S.W. Assembly, centred to a great extent round Premier Beid's overd- aft. G. H. Reid, like most Aus tralasian Premiers, has an overdraft; or perhaps it would be safer to say that he has an_ overdraft and most other Australasian Premiers badly want to have one. And G. If. Beid's assets are unhappily so very weak security for any kind of an overdraft that the charge of ut>ing corrupt political de vices to get the money came along almost as a matter of coarse. Nobody listened to the charge in a serious spirit, and there was no evidence worth calling snch behind it, and the muddy little row dropped again very unobtrusively. But members gained at least one item of information out of it. They learned that Premier Eeid was in debt when, he took office; that bis overdraft has been growing ever since; and that he apparently looks at the liability with a d...

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FOOTBALL MATCH. Cobargo defeats Dry River. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

FOOTBALL MATCH. €obargo defeats Dry Biver. It is pleasant to notice that as the season advances, the game of football is taking a firmer hold as a recreation, and also that the play, which at one time bid lair to become a soaroe of unseemly strife and bitterness has lately been conducted in a more friendly and forbearing spirit. While the game at the beginning of the sea son was looked forward to by the play ers with feelings of anxiety as to its probable results to them aB a club, a match seldom gave much pleasure and often led to one and another becoming "marked "men. Last Saturday the Dry Rivtir and Gobargo teams met for the third time this season, and the latter addpd another win. The match was conducted from beginning to end in a proper and friendly spirit, and none of the turbulence which charac terised the last matoh on Cobargo ground was noticeable. Mr. W. Chambers had charge of the game, and his decisions were generally satisfac toiy. At the" beginning of the first half Dry...

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ON PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

ON FILLS. (By Flansob in the Freemm'i Journal.) Sohbokb who mutt have had plenty •of time and a good pair of legs at hia disposal has trottfed round of late and made the appalling discovery that the people of Australia swallow at least SO,000,000 pills every year, and, like Oliver Twist, are now calling out for *'«ore." Where they pat the pills is » matter of wonder to some, but what poesies me most of all is how they get <hem down to the seat of badness—to what may be practically termed their field of glory. Personally, I have never yet been able to swallow a pill with what nay be termed " unbounded satisfaction," and yet I mast have a fair-sited gullet, for at times I have i been gullible" enough to swallow a Ministerial statement. As a rule, I have to cut up my pills "Into small lots to suit' purchasers," as the kind land-auctioneers considerately do. I have tried pills baked, boiled, our- j ned, fried, and stewed, bnt in no case was the result satisfactory, and I am f...

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CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

CHAPTER XIII. . Now-the counsel for the defence called hia most important witness. He was brought up in charge of two war dere, for he was in prison awaiting his trial for a jewel robbery at a large country house not far from Stanmore. The man gave Lis name without re luctance. It was well-known as that of a clever and desperate burglar, who had already served several terms of imprisonment. This time he and his mate bad been caught red handed, and their conviction was a foregone con clusion. ' Wl ere were you on the evening of the 29th, the day Miss Marg&ry was murdered ? he was aiked. ' I was biding in the grounds of Staninore Park,' be answered readily. ' My mate was already bidden in an empty room, and was to let me in when all the grand folks were at dinner.' 4 With what motive had yon con cealed yourself in the grounds of Stan more?' 1 We knew, from some of the eer. vants, that the family diamonds ha4 been brought from the bank for Miss Hargary to wear at her wedding. A...

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