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MORUYA (From OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

£. (From sbn own Gohemwjndkst.) ] t I Wlbk't In the . columns-last week wing to the wetweather, however, I am Btill&head of your Beget correspon dent, butjmrh&ps he is dead. Mornya la avffnlly quiet, and nnlestp things look vp I wttlhave to follow" the example <of yonr Tilbft man, and go pp north or toMogo or Bataman's Bay to make •'•copy." I am glad to tee the " Batcher bird* managed to keep oat of the wet, even II bfe contribution ^ere somewhat Satirical. , It ie quite etjual to any Bouih Ooaatiiwetiy. but I ffticy there iseomething foreign about it.. . Talk about weather 1 -We have had nothing bnt copious rain and. Kos" cinsko ibid for the past "week. The river rose abatiker, causing the tetn porary euBperaion of the bridge works The new machinery for the bridge has arrived dbd it u a decided im. pravement over the old monkey style of pile driving. The pile .is put into position in the usual way, and a pipe la attached, homing from the bottom and near t...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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NOTES FROM QUAAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

NOTES FROM QtJAAMA. (By Ajax.) Well Mr. Editor, it bus been raining here einos I-last wrote. I just men. tion the fact in case you had not.heard and might like to know. Yery few of the young-fellows were able to do any work daring the past fortnight I do not know what might have been the result to them, if the rain continued much longer, for, as it is, at least one yonng man could be seen flying the distress signal during the week. A meeting of the members of the Cricket Club was held on Saturday evening (Mr, Sullivan in the chair). The proceedings were opened by sing ing the hymn, " Hold the Fort" at all events I could hear the strains of that well known hymn as I approached the halL I cannot give you a full report of the meeting as I was not inside. The treasurer read his report and pre sented the balance Bheet, which showed that the revenue for the past season exceeded £19, and the expendi ture for the same period exceeded £20, leaving a debit balance of over £1. The report and b...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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"SONNY, RUN HOME." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

" SONNY, EUN HOME " He was a pert young man with a mashed collar and kid gloves, who was strolling leisurely down Bold-street yesterday afternoon. He smoked a cigarette, and twirled between bis fin gers a tiny cano which might have been mistaken for a fairy's wand. In Church-street he met a nice young lady, and determined to ' mash1 her. He smole one of his sweetest smiles, and the young lady, after a; moment's embarrassment, smiled also. Here was a chance; the pert young man turned, and followed and overtook her at Compton House. He introduced himself^without hesi tation, and found the lady extremely affable. " Would she have some refresh* ments at Galt'e ! No! Might he havn the pleasure of accompanying her home)' ' Yes, he might.' A delightful walk j a delightful com panion. Arriving at the lady's home in Prince's Park, he inquired if he might have the pleasure of calling on her some evening during the week, ' Oh, yes, any time; will be happy to eee you.' What a charming lady 1 " ...

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"Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

." Evil 16 hfattbho evilthtrik*." THEY SAY: Tojlt a reason git-en by a Wendella resi dent for the presence in Cobargo of so many {com that place on Tuesday was that after this week there will he no road oat; and That as their bridge is washed away they were laying in a stock x£ provisions for the, Departmental siege. . That it it has taken four yean toget the "Wandella road surveyed, how long will-it take to have the road made P • 'That if some of our businessmen cannot play football they certainly do not- lack in loyalty to the club; and That the sprinkling of medals and other trophies competed for on Wednesday Was the first public recognition. of the club, and the mementoB will be valued for the spirit of encouragement in which they were! offered. I That a local youth on being reminded of | the extraordinary width of his hands re- | marked that they grew malleable under a painful and constant process to which he was subjected during his education. — Hat if a member of " the foorce...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. I days of the i Day of | B6k\ i ton i Moon week. | Month Fete | Biees ; Fblday isatobiat Fdkd<y Monday Tuesday \sdhkfdy J Thursday i angl8|^30 |~ 6 271 2 19' „ 12 I s 29 1 5 28 | 3 30 „ 18 I 6 28 | 5 28 | 4 41 „ 14 | 6 27 i 5 29 6 64 „ 16 4 6 26 | 5 30 [ 7 3 „ 16 , 6 25 i C 31t 8 13 „ 17 | 6 23 i 6 31 | 9 21

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

COBARGO HOTEL. JEVES-YTSraa JLS IS OTJGHT TO SB. 1XTENSIVE 8TASUNC. EXPERIENCED GROOM. POST OFFICE HOTEL, COBARGO. f. T.KEATXZtG Proprietor. J. T. "Keatinff mncb pleasure in it-forming the residents of COBABGO and Enrronnding Diitr eta that be has taken over the above well-known Hotel, and hopes by ieeping the BEST BRANDS of WINES. •BPIRIT8, ALBS, etc., to merit a fair -share of support. : SPECIAL AITENTION will be paid to J the wants of Commercial and otber Travel 1 Jen. CommodiooB Sample Booms available. 'GOOD STABUING and a 'competent ] groom in attendance. •3. T. "K. begs to annonnce for the bene fit of Visitors from th» TILBA, NOO-i BOOUA, BODALLA and NElUilQUNDAH DISTBICTS that h-'B HotelpoEsesBes nil .the, . -comforts of a home, while good bone feed] rad stabe accommodation are made speciali ties ef tbe establishment. * The Central H°tel, BEGA. Uiidor New Sfoasgement. of theOcenn View Hotel, Tathra,] BEGS to remind VICTORS to BEGA that they will find the CENTKAL offers Bpeci-...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL MEWS On and after the 21st instant there will be a daily nail to and from Ber magui and Bermagui South instead of tri-weekly as heretofore. The football natch between Bega and Cobargo resulted in a hollow win for the former club by 10 points to 5. We had no representative present and are therefore anable to give a report, but to quote the expressive language of one of the Oobargo players, " they (Bega) went through as like one tiling." The Bermagui Progress Committee have invited the district committees to send delegates to a Conference to be held at the School of Arts Berma gui, on Thursday next 24th instant, to consider the best means of .bringing under the notice of the Minister for Works the deplorable state of the roads:—Cob&rgo to Bermagui, THbas to Bermagui, a&d Tanja to Bermagni, with a view of having the same placed in a thorough state of repair' Also to disouss any other matters the Con ference thinks~fit. Soke individual has returned 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 18, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 18 August 1899

®l}£ €|nmkk | For the cause thai lack* assistance, For the wrong» that need resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that tee can do. CpsARQo, Feiday, August 18, 1899. Wan.fi the House was engaged in dis cussing the Federal address to the Queen there vera all sorts of threats held ont to the Ministry about what the Opposition would do once Fede ration was disposed of. The leader of the Opposition, Mr. Barton, promised a set-to between the rival benches and Reid even invited them to come along and tread on the tail of his coat. * * • There can be no doabt that it iB necessary that there should be a trial ' o£ strength in order to sort parties out, for we have in the House anything but a happy or solid Ministerial following, while the Opposition is hopelessly riven into numerous fragments—the Oppo sition proper, who follow Barton the chosen leader; then there is Lyne who stall retains the adherence of a section who admire his honesty of purpose and consider he was chou...

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CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 August 1899

CHAPTER XVI. Gerald Carew, for he it was in spite of bis disguise, the dyed hair and shaven face, altered no protest, and made no attempt at resistance. He allowed the man to call the other -detective, who had also been watching •him, and did -not«ven resist when the 'handcuffs'were pat on his wrists. ■He w« as unmoved now as he bad been when everyone in that crowded saloon was envying hhn, and a princely fortune was in his grasp. 'Ton don't know what the charge ib,' said the man who had effected his capture, and thinking, from his calm ness, that he had not realised his peril; ' yon are accused of murder—the mur der of Mips Margery.' * You might have spared yourself the trouble of hunting me down,' he •said, quietly. • I was just going to give myself up.' ' Remember that anything you will «ty will be used as evidence against you,1 the man said warningly. * I know that, but I am tired of life; I have no wish to prolong it but for one thing ; I would have liked to be a free uian a li...

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Miss Margary's Murder CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 August 1899

Miss Margary's Murder CHAPTER XV. There was a great uproar. as he gathered up his winnings. Oiher players crowded round him with eager questions and noiny congratulations. But he answered none of them. With a stern, set face he pushed his waj through thja throng, and was close to the door when a tall man, who bad been watching him all the evening, laid a hand on hia shoulder. I ' Gerald Carew, yon are my prisoner. I X have a warrant for your arrest.' j

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 August 1899

MISCELLANEOUS. More than half of the ocean-carrying trade of the world belongs to the British Empire. Women sailors are employed in Den mark, Norway, and Finland, and they are often found to be most excellent mariners. A bashful young curate recently rising to preach for the first time made a terrible mix of it, and an nounced his text in this wise:—" And immediately the cock wept and Peter went out and crew bitterly." Leo. Witten, the heaviest man in' the world, died suddenly in Maccles field lately, where, while exhibiting at a public hout>e, he caught cold, and died in a few hours. Ho was 41 years of age, weighed 61st, just the weight of bis father and mother combined. Three years ago he came over from Ontario, where he wbb a butcher. He married and had .two or three chil dren. He had been exhibited throughout England. Medical evi dence at the inquest was to the effect the cold caused an extra strain on his heart, which to pump blood over so large a system, was always working ...

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Results of Australian Eleven Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 August 1899

Eesults of Australian Eleven Matches.' South of England.—Drawn. Scores: South of England, 246 and 222; Australians, 375 and 1 wicket Essex.—Lost by 126 runs, Soorea: Essex, 199 and 144; Australians. 144 and 73. Surrey.—Won by an innings and 71 runs. Soores: Surrey, 114 and 64; Australians, 849. An English Eleven.—Won by 171 rtms. Scores: Australians, 222 and 227; Englishmen, 171 and 107* Yorkshire.—Abandoned* Wet weather* Lancashire.—'Won by an innings and 64 rans. Soores: 3tancashire 108 and 81; Australians, 267. Oxford.—Drawn. Soores: Australians, 303, and 4for860: Oxford34L All England (Test.—Drawn. Englishmen, 193 ■id 7 for 155; Australians, 252, and closed with 8 for 830. Marylebone.—Wonby8wiokets. Scores: Mazy lebone 242 and 230; Australians 352, and 2 for 184. Cambridge.—Won by 10 wickets. Soores : Cam bridge 1st, 436 and 122 j Australians 436 and 123 for no wickets. Yorkshire.—Drawn. Soores: Australians 141 and 415; Yorkshire 235 and 7'for 166. England.—Won by 10 wickets, So...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 August 1899

omrscs bebvxces. "rvrVTNE SERVICES will be conducts Lf in the district as follows:— BOMAN /CATHOfclC, ^ilaaa celebrated at 8.30 &.ra. and 11.15 a.m. every Sunday at Oobergo. Evening devxAkm every SuncUy at f«80 p.m. P. KENNY. CntraCH OF ENGLAND. August 27—Tilba (H. C.) 11: DignKm*0 Creek 2.30; <O»Ml«o7J0. 0. SOARES. WESLEY AN. if. WALKER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 August 1899

Cobargo SCHOOL OF ARTS. ON and AFTEE THIS XKA.TE any par boh whether member or otherwise Ipund HEMOVING any l&jier, Wngwine. Ac.. from thb reading room of the above THOS. KENKEIiLYj Hon. See. Wandella Cricket Club A MEETING of members and intend ing members of the above will be held at the Wandella Factory on WED NESDAY, 30th AUGUST, at 7.30 p.m. GEO. HENRY. Hon. Sec. PASTURES and STOCK PROTECTION BOARD (Eden District.) NOTICE. . MR. JAMES GBAHAH-will take delvrery And pay for the SCALPS of Native Doge, Dingo PnpB and Hares at Cobargo on BATUBDAY, 2nd Sep tember. from the hoars of 2 p.m. till 4 p.m. JOHN UNDEBHIXiL, Secretary. IMPORTANT. Shareholders of the various co operative Butter and Cheese Com panies and producers generally in the Bega, Bosnb&la, Eden, and Moruya Districts are hereby reminded that a very important meeting will be held at the School of Arts, Candelo, on MONDAY, 28th AUGUST next, at 1) .HO o.m. Business: Formation of a Council which will speciall...

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"Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 August 1899

" Evil to him who evil think*." TB3EY SAT: That at the Galba hare drive on Saturday 17 was the top score, and the Wilgo • trio of shooters notched 50 among them; and That one of the above-mentioned beat all comers when he popped over two in one shot j and That another shooter achieved distin ction »of a different sort when he totted up his average aiid found it 1 for 30. That the first football match at Dry Biver proved the loyalty of its ladies to the local club; and ■ . That one young fellow has several sore tokens of their enthusiasm caused by colli ding with a number of excited umbrellas. That there is more joy - over one engage ment in a Centrilba household than there would "be if the farm butter brought 2s 6d a pound. That a happy innovation was made at Dry. RiVer at the footballers supper when the ladies were included among the guests of the evening; and That the dance on the evening of the .■match was- a jolly wind-up to a pleasant day. That a jolly old Dry Biver dairyman wa...

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SUNDAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 August 1899

SUNDAY SPORTS. In several of the country districts come persons were recently fined for engag ing in certain sports oil the first day of the week. They did so, of coarse, in a public filacer A day or two ago several individuals were treated in a siukilar manner for playing football in one of the suburbs of Sydney. In this case the fine was small, the object of the Bench apparently being to give the accused a warning. If tbey were brought up again they would be more harshly dealt with. But I apprehrnd the magistrates do not regard the offence with great seriousness. They are aware that in the private grounds of many gentlemen in the metropolis outdoor games are constantly indulged in on Sundays, often in full view of people proceeding to church, and I suppose they do not Bee why one set of .persons should, be penalised and another not interfered with. They have, however, to administer the laws, and they fulfil their duty although per haps not so effectively as many folks desire. I am...

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FOOTBALL MATCH. Dry River plays Bega a Draw. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 August 1899

FOOTBALL MATCH. Dry Biver plays Bega a Draw THiT'first match played on the Dry River Recreation' Ground took place last Saturday, when the local team played.Bega a draw. The ground was in any thing but afitcondition for fast play, and both teams were reckless of mod and sprains, and the game was one of the beat the .writer bos witnessed this season. Colors were of no earthly use to the referee, for before five minutes had elapsed the insignia of both clubs had merged into a beautiful black. Bega team were short a man and Schomberg filled the vacancy. ■ Carruthers and W. Boyd captained the respective sides, and there is no doubt if the office is the reward of merit, the choice had the appoval of the Spectators. Mr. A. E. Sirl had charge of the game, end his decisions coming immediately after a call on a rather jgftthsp'&tic whistle were generally undisputed. A large number of spec tators'witnessed the game, including visitors from Cobargo, and the number of fdtiies present sh...

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Earlier mail delivery for Cobargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 August 1899

Earlier mail delivery for Cobwgo. With reference to the acceleration tof the mail service to Cooma, the Pos tal Department wrote as follows:— Sydney, 14th August:—Referring to certain paraghraphs in'the public press, representing the desire of residents of Bega to accelerate the mail service so » to secure an earlier arrival of mails from Sydney, to Bega, I am directed to inform you that to carry this*out ittails ahoutd be closed at Sydney at 5 30 p.m. instead-of 7 p.m., and sent by the Express instead of the mail train, by which a gain of an hour could be effected, and an acceleration on the railway line from Qouiburn to Ooonia of *bout two hours should be made. If the Commissioner lor Railways con siders that these arrangements can be -earned out and wonld suit the railway traffic; the mail from Nimitybelle to Bega might also be expedited by an hour; and by these means a large pro portion of the mails could reach Bega at 7.30 p.m. instead of 11.30 p.m. as at present. It would be a...

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Adventures of Captain Deane. A TRUE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 August 1899

Adventures of Captain Deane A TRUE STORY. tHK name of Captain .Deane will for ever stand conspicuous^ the hwto y of Central Africa, To present and tuture generations be wil aa the defender of Stanley Falls against tte attack of the Arabs in I 18Tho complete story of Captain! Deane's adventures » the Oongo region of Central Africa would form one of the most thrilling narratives of our times, and even the following cur-1 wry outline of the deeds which cha racterised the closing chapters of h career will afford an insight to bis British courage and singular power o endurance. In the early part of the year 86 Captaiu Deane, who has already seen considerable active service in the newly-created Congo Eree State, was, instructed to proceed to the far ■ interior, and to take command of the Stale Station at Stanley Falls. Hib mWon was to afford protection lo the natives, by preventing the Arab buc caneers from continuing their blood- j thirsty raids. . I la the previous year Captain Deane j ...

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Local Land Court, Cobargo. (Before Messrs. A. C. Betts (chairman) and John Otton and H. 0. T. Cowdroy, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 25 August 1899

Local Land Court, Cobargo (Before Messrs. A. C. Betts (chairman) and John Otton and H. 0. T. Oowdroy, J's.P.) , The following cases vera dealt with 1 on Monday:— For Consideration. A.C.P; 98/10, 40a., Charles Green-' , wood. Confirmed. > C.L. 99/1, 60a., George Swan. Nest i sittings, H.S. 98/6, 410a., James P. Riley, i Confirmed. H.S. 98/7, 670a., Joseph C. Hibel. Withdrawn. A.L. 99/18, 640a, Daniel Tarlinton. For refusal.. A.L. 99/19, 360«., John Qainn. For refusal. A.L. 99/20, 20a, James Walab. For approval 28a rent £1 peV acre. Inquiry under Section 36. O.C.P. 92/22, 40a., John Motby (dec.). Certificate to Issue. O.O.P. 94/10, 40a., Patrick Ryan. Certificate to issue. O.C.P. 94/13, 50a., James Smith, j Certificate to issue. I O.C.P. 94/14, 100a, Maria Smith Certificate to issue. • A-C.P. 95/1, 41a.. 2r., Joseph J. Brown. Certificate to issue. AO.P. 95/9,100a., James Bleakely. Certificate to issne. A.C.P. 95/^7, 40s., Robert Russell. Certificate to issue. " Inquiry as to Reside...

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