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NOTES FROM QUAAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

NOTES FROM QTJAAMA. (Bt AjaX.) The sub-committee appointed to Bbper- | vise the expenditure of the recent , grant on oar cemetery, met yesterday i afternoon to open the tenders for < clearing. There were five tenders, the 1 prices ranging from £65 to £91. It , was deoidedjbo accept Mr. R. Logan's tender conditionally on the Minister for Lands Increasing the grant to £65. Oar tennis players were sncoeBsfal in their match against Verona, I was not present so cannot give any account of the match. I notice how ever that the victors cany their heads quite in the air since. MrStapleton has the contract for two new houses here; one for onr local store keeper Mr. Bingland, and the other for Mr A. Shipton. It is rumoured that our local post, master intends to resign and take to the roads (as a carrier I mean) he having purchased a waggonette Many will regret his retirement as he is a punctual and thoroughly reliable officer. Should the amount of business Insufficient, it is intend...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. | D*vso*<b9|D»yol| San I Fon I Moon W«k. I Month | Bin* | !-•>• I B«ea 6 22 | 8 47 5 22 | 9 19 « ■» I 5 23 I 9 S3 6 SB I 5 24 110 83 6 34 | 5 25 | 11 19 6 33 £26 1 P.M. 17 j 6 38 I S 26 | 1 13

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

cobarco HOTEL. araattsura is » oumw«o be. L1KEST SIMPLE ■ tMp ceast. extensive stablinc. experienced groom. Proprietor. J. T. Keatintr ®»neh pleasure in u forming tbe lesidents of COBARGO and Surrnnndinp Dittr cts that be has taken over the above well-known Hotel, and hopes by keeping the BEST BRANDS of WINKS. SPIRITS, ALEF, etc., to merit a fair, share of support. SPECIAL A1TENTTON will be paid fo j the wants of Commercial and other Travel 1 lera. CoirnodiouB Sample Booms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent J groom in attendance. I J. T. E. begs to announce for the bene* J fit of visitors from the TILBA, NOO- j BOOUA, BODALLAand NBKKIGUNDAH 1 DI8TKICT8 that h's Hotel pOEseuses all the ' comforts or a home, while good borse feed and atabe accommodation are made speciali ties «f the establishment. The Central H°tel, BEGA. VBiw 8ev UnuigtBirat. [Lat" of the Ocean View Hotel, Tatlira,] BEGS to remiud VISITORS to BEGA that tbey will 6nd the CENTKAL offers Speci ■ 1 Advantages, bein...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Wk have to acknowledge the receipt of a complimentary ticket lor the ball to be held on the 1st proximo in aid of the fands of the Roman Catholic Church Also for the con cert and ball to be held at Bodalla on the 25th instant in aid of the fundi of the Nerrigundah B. 0. Church. It will. be recollected that Worrall scored 76 oat of 95 runs in the Leeds test match. " He is," says a London critic, ' a thick-set, beefy little fellow, with a good eye and a prodigious pair of shoulders. He has also a clear eye, a cool head, and the faculty of timing the ball perfectly on a good wicket. He is a big bitt&r, but not a pare slogger like Jessop, or a bashing bats man like Albert Trost. He is more after the style of Lyons, a fast-footed bitter, depending chiefly on a straight drive, alt1 oagh be also palls with splendid effect and judgment. He amply stands at the wicket waiting for the proper ball to hit, and the proper l«ll with him is any ball well pitched up an...

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

J%e Cjjrorark For the cause that lades assistance, For the torong» that need resistance, . For tic future in the distance, And the good that we can do. Cobaboo, Friday, Auansr 11, 1899. EtxbY hamlet has its public recreation ground—except Oobargo. And why it Is without this necessary adjunct to a Well-appointed town is bard to under stand, except it be that onr comma* nitjhas shown an nnwonted apathy or want of united action in any attempt that has been made to secure a publicipark, where townspeople may walk abroad-for recreative purpose^ or oar yoath meet in friendly rivalry in the popular games of cricket, foot ball or tennis, without feeling that they are in the least degree trespass ing, or under an obligation to private owners. The community has been fortunate in having the use of a ground owned and leased by public spirited men—men who have put themselves to considerable inconve nience, and suffered commercial loss in Order that our young people espeoially might enjoy each se...

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LAUNCH OF THE N[?]LLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 11 August 1899

| LAUNCH OF THE NELLA. For some weeks past the people of Bermagui and surrounding districts have been anticipating the launching of the smart looking craft Nella, upon the construction of which Mr. Mowatt, the well-known boat-builder, has been engaged for the last nine months. Tuesday was fixed for the important event, and the Bermaguites   had arranged a few footraces and other events besides a plain and fancy dress ball for the evening. Unfortu- nately, wet weather prevailed for a week prior to Tuesday, and on Mon- day afternoon very heavy rain fell, which rendered the district roads, already in a deplorable condition, well nigh impassable. On the eventful morning, however, the weather broke fine and remained so all day. The launch took place about 10.20 a.m., and at that hour between 150 and 200 people were present. The customary bottle of wine, gaily decorated with ribbons, was suspended from the side of the ship for the purpose of christen- ing the " infant " vesse...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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The Evolution of an Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

The Evolution of an Australian. I)} the current number of Macmillan's " Magazine " (writes our London cor respondent, June 2), Mr> George E. Boxall contributes s'Bomewliat curious article entitled " The Evolution of the Australian,', in which he attributes the present ardor of Australians in rricket and other athletic sports to the decline of what he declares was once a well-rooted belief that the born Aus tralian was inferior to the imported Englishman; in other words, he finds an explanation of the prowess of Aus tralians in athletic sports in the deve lopment in the colonies of a spirit of local patriotism. The result of this awakening, of the spirit of local patriotism in the born Australians is summed up by Mr. Boxall thus:— " It is unnecessary to par/sue the history of Australian cricket any further here, The evolution of the Austral'an Team from the combined eleven and its doings on both Bides of tbe equator are too veil known to need any recapitulation. But perhaps this l...

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CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

CHAPTER XV. The gambling saloons at Monte Carlo were gaily lit, and filled with a motley crowd of eager, white-faced! gamblers and curious onlookers. What tragedies and romances were to be read ia some of those eager (aces, and glistening eyes. Some were flushed' with triumph, others haggard and; hopeless. But public attention was centred on a'man with .a heap of gold and notes in front of-him. lie had been win ning all the evening, bat his face never brightened, the dark sombre eyes never lost thair look of despair. His eyes alone would have made him ' co_ tice&fele in i crowd, if it bad uot been for hid hair, which was of a' bright golden color, and -hii clean-shaven face was dark and pale. He looked,about bim furtively from time to time, almost his companion thought, as if lie were afraid of whom lift might see, and every sudden sound ttinde him fctart. But, as time went on, he became ab sorbed in the game, and the growing pile.of gold before him, so (hat he scarcely seem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

CHTOCH SERVICES. TVIVISK SERVICES will be conducted IT in the district as follows : — . ' JtOMAN CATHOLIC. . Waise celabrtited at fi.30 a.m. and 11.15 a.m. every Suuday ai Oatargo. Evening devotion every Sunday at 7.30 p.la. 'P. KENNY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. AuRnst 20—Coniiina 11; Central Tilba -.30; Co. burgo 7.S0 G. SOARES. WESLEYAtf. August 20—Cobargo 11; Tilba 2;39; Hermann! 7.30. M. WALKER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

Bermagui Jockey Club. A MEETING will beield at Duiib more's Hotel ,onWEDNESDAY, 23rd instant, ait 7-30 'p.m. i'. All interested are invited to attend. . , - A, BUCHANAN, . Hon. Sec. 40 Acre Farm To Let or For Sale. TENDERS "will be received no to the Slst INSTANT for Hie LEASING for 3 years or the PTJBCHA8E of the Farm at Sam's Cieek Inown as SamLetta*. H. O. T. COWDBOY. tendeb& TENDERS will be received tip to 2 p.m., AUGUST 26th, for FENCING ■with a two-rail fence a portion of the General Cemetery, Bermagui South. Tenders to be addressed to Trustees <3«neral_Cemetery and endorsed " Tender for Fencing." Spe cifications cam be seen at Bermagui School of Arts. By order of Trustees, THOS. KENNELLY. ACKEBIiEY, . Dpn Tailpr, WILL viBit Cobargo on the 19th - Augost;. 'Address Heating's Hotel. - • .. . , . Moruya Co-operative Dairy Co-, Ltd. T~ ENDEStS are required from Compe^ tent Cheesemakers to make up the Company*!! supply of Milk into good mar ketable (Cheddar) Chee...

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CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

CHAPTER XIV. Jeaxie had borne herself through the three clays' trial like a heroine. Now that tbe ordeal was over she turned deathly pale and faint. But a strong arm was around her and loving faces were about her. When she recovered a little she saw that it was her father who held her, whilst Will Margary stood by, with a great and unselfieh joy brightening his hand some face. Here, too, was his mother, smiling, but with tears in her eyes. ' You must come back with me—to my house. Your father is staying there already, and we want you to feel that you are coming home.1 She never remembered much about that journey, for the Assiees were held at a town two hours' distance by rail from Linthorpe. When she got there she was pelted and comforted, and made to lie on the sofa and rest, whilst her old father sat beside her and held hand. There vras no need for any words of penitence or forgiveness be tween the two who loved «nd had been given back to each other. Mrs. Margary would not hear of...

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Miss Margary's Murder CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

Miss Margary's Murder CHAPTER Xlfl. 1 Yes \ I heard her tell Miss Mar gary that the had come hundreds of mile% 011 foot all the way, as she'd not money enough to pay the railway fare, to save her from a villian.' 'What answer did Mibb Margary mak. ? • She seemed surprised and startled Then she asked the girl what she meant, and what proof she' htd that her faetrcf-h d husband was a villian. The girl answered by showiug her her wedding ring, and answering that he was already married to her. She told the young Itidy how Captain Carew had tried to deceive her and make her think she wasn't really his wife. She told her where the marriage had taken place, and when, and then went down on ber knees find begged Mibb Margary to save herself before it was too late.' * ' And did Miss Margary believe her ■story V ' She'd proofs enough to give her. The poor young lady was in a dreadful state, crying and sobbing; but she kept saying, ' Oh ! I'm thankful you came in time lo save me. The shame 4>...

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NERRIGUNDAH. (From a correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

NERBIGUNDAH.. (From a correspondent). We have bad any amount of rain pnd the Taross river is a banker; the Bodalla flats are nnder water in some places, and the Earobodalla Bridge is six or eight feet nnder water, conse quently we have had no mails for some days. Mr. William Motbey met with a severe accident a few days ago which resulted In his having a finger ampn. | tated. He was working at bis mine, andhad a dynamite cap in a tin match box," and while in the act of striking a match the cap exploded, blowing off one of his fingers and shattering the hand terribly. Mr. Campbell, oar school teacher has obtained three months leave of absence and b enjoying his holiday; Mr. Rippen has taken charge of the ohildren and already made himself a favorite with the children. The contractors, Messrs Guest and Wrightson, have opmmenced the work of erecting the "School of Arte, and the dancing population are anxiously awaiting the opening night. While Mr.Storman's waggon was crossing a culvert t...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. FRIDAY 11TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

SMALL DEBTS COURT. fbiday 11th August. Before Messrs. F. B. Hales, P. M., F. G. Robertas, H. J. Street, A. Tar linton, and D. Tarlinton, Jb. P. A. D. Burns v. G. Hyland jr., gar nishee P. Mofflt, former defendant; dismissed.

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PUBLIC MEETING. Indignation expressed at the protracted delay in opening the Wandella Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

PUBLIC MEETING. Indignation expressed at the protracted delay in open ing the Wandella BoacL The public meeting convened by Mr. H. J. Street, j.P., upon the requisition of the Wanddla Progress Committee, to express indignation at the protracted delay in opening the Wandella road, was held at the School of Arts Cobargo oaTuesdayand was largely attended. Mr. Street occupied the chair, and opened the proceedings by reading, the following tetter from Mr. . Henry 01arke, M.P. . Sydney, August 11th, 1899. Mr. H. Street," Cobargo, ' ■ I notice by the last issue of the Coba*go " Chronicle " that-you have convened a public meeting of the residents of Wandella for the'16th instant with refe rence to the proposed road from- that-place to McVitie's «nd beg to state that I succeeded' in getting the same surveyed, bat some of the landholders through which' it "paSBfta are demanding what the Department con sider excessive, and if such is the. case it is their own fault. However, I am in hopes of p...

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COBARGO POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 11TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

COBABGO POLICE COURT. 1 Friday, 11th August. Before Messrs. J. B. Halea, F, M., F. G. Roberta, H. J. Street, A Tarlinton, and D> Ta,rlinton, Js. P. W. Boyd v. P. Collins, wages £4/9/6 $ verdict for £4/0/6, with 4/10 costs. T. Sb. Hill v. G. Hyland, wageB 15/; dismissed. Police v. Fowler, drank and dis orderly ^ plea not guilty; fined 20/ and 4/10 costs, or 7 days in Oobargo lockup. Same v. Prior, drank and disorderly; plea not guilty $ fined 20s and 4s lOd costs or 7 days in Cobargo lockup. Police v. Fowler, obscene language,; fined 40a and 4s lOd costs or 14 days; fine paid. Same v. Prior, obscene language; fined 40s and 4s lOd costs or 14 days. E. O. Martin v. F. Thelan, -wages j £4 14s; verdiot for plaintiff, one month being allowed for payment. Mr. Street retired from the bench in this case.

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THE TURKISH HAREM. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

THE TUBKISH HAREM. Till views of Princess Nazlt Hanem, of Cairo, " an advanced" Nfthommedan lady, on the harem and the statUB of women under the Rhoratt, are given in the *' Gentlewoman." It ia 800 years since the harem Bystem was ia* troduced into Egypt by the Tories. The syBtem simply grew out of the privelege the Prophet conceded to men of having four wives, bub along with the priveleges were and are conditions. A man's treatment of and his obliga tions in respect of each must be, and are, identical. The Prophet states plainly-that a one-wife household is the happiest for a man, but if he pre fers to have more than one he may have as many as four, the last wife taken being absolutely on an equal with the first in the eyes of religion and the law. In society and in the home, for the peaceable comfort cf affairs, the first wife is reckoned the first lady of the house, and all the other inmates obey and give her pre. cede nee. The seclusion of wives arose from the circumstance that ...

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THE COMING CRICKET SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

THE COMING CRICKET SEASON. By " Blob.-" The game of football and the hoarse yell of the barracker will soon be 'out of season, and the less ex&ting, bat perbapB more popular Australian sport —cricket—will once more claim the attention of its votaries. All around the clubs are calling general meetings, and inkling Arrangements for getting practice way on. The unexampled success; of our' fellow-countrymen during the present tour just about ended, no doubt contributes a good deal to the feverish impatience of cricketers to emulate the deeds of the Tenth Eleven in district competitions. Early .next month tW annual general meeting of the Cobargo District Asso ciation will take plaoe after which a fresh batch of delegates will control the game locally. Of the fotir dub's— Tilba, Dry Hiver, Gobargo an'ct Dig nam'e—which competed for the .senior grade trophy last season, the first men tioned three have already shown signs i of lifrf, but frora 'Dignam'g an ominous | silence ore vail...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (Fboji ode Sydney €okbespondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Tit delivering bis budgAt Bpeech, the Treasurer, Mr. Oarrutbera showed that the revenue and expenditure of the put year largely exceeded - Mr. Beid's eetimate: last year closed with a credit balance of £135,000. and he estimates the revenue of the current year at £9,764,000, or a decrease of £34,000 on last year's figures. After providing for all expenditure and reckoning balancn from last year, he estimates the surplus at the end of the current financial year at about £21,000. bad no intention of interfering with the tariff' but proposes to increase the Probate duties and drop "the succession duties, He outlined a proposal for tbe establishment of a State Bank for the purpose of lending money to the producers of the colony. He also pro mised to lay before the House this ' session a scheme of Old Age Pensions. The difference between the Treasur er's and Auditor General's statements was severely criticised by Barton, W...

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CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

CRICKET NOTES By the " Recobdeu" in Truth. Victob Thumper's name is now in scribed on the roll of cricket fame, and will so remain probably for years to come, until some futnre aspirant has the ability and good fortune to erase it and leave his own in the coveted posi tion. For seventeen years scores of splen did Australian batsmen have tried in vain to exceed the 286 not put of Aus tralia's greatest batBman, William Lloyd Murdoch, and it hag at last failed to the lot of the youngest, and i perhaps, most brilliant member of this year's team to wipe oat tbe high water mark of Australian cricket in England, and leave in its place his own score of 300 not out, a goal for ambitious bats men to reach. The young Paddingtonian's perfor mance was superb, even against a country whose bowling is admittedly weak. By a strange coincidence it was against this very county that Murdoch made hii record, aud for j whom he has for many years officiated as captain. It was unfortunate that the veteran ...

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