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Bega " Gazette " and a State Bank [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

Bega " Gazette " and a State Bank I We were all agog to see tho Bega Gazette's promised " attempt to prove that New South Walts does not need and may be injured by a State Bank managed on lines of popular expecta tion." It didn't come, but instead a bunk of meaningless twaddle about the effect of a State Bank if run on the lines of " popular expectation " tbat us according to the notions of the Gazette, " Jemey " or the Pambula Voice man. Fact is the principal differences be tween a State Bank and any of our present banks are: (1) In the name over the door. (2) The S.B. would monopolise the right to issue promis sory notes, commonly known as bank totes, and miscalled money. (3) S.B. j would lend money on undoubted and liquid securities but at about half the rates charged by the - present banks. J (4) In the case of the S.B. the deposi tor would lie sure of getting his money back unless the State (Federated Aus tralia) went bung, in which case the other banks. would have long since c...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PAMBULA " VICE." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

THE PAMBTJLA " YICE" "A lie for a lie and an untruth for a truth." ia a contortion of a Biblical text eminently suited to the attitudeof the Voice towards this paper. Some time ago we dealt in our leading columns with the utterances of one " Nathalia " Gladstone, a clergyman of the Church of England, who condemned wholesale those 'who attended public dances as immoral. Our remarks con cerning the rev. gentleman and other of his kidney were: resented by that missionary organ, the Voieet aB having direct bearing on hie particular brand of religion. If the Voice likes to takes to itself our strictures and by so doing place itself on the same plane as the fanatical and insulting Gladstone, it is none of our concern. And we think that no matter to what particular church the puky editor, of the Voice belongs, (whether averse to dancing or not) he is about the only one of his sect who could be accused of so wantonly in sulting women who find pleasure in the graceful dance. The Voice also c...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECOND TEST MATCH. Notes by C. B. Fry. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

SECOND TEST MATCH Notes by C. B. Pry. To the current number of the Austra lasian "Review of Revnws" 0. B. Fry contributes some interesting notes concerning the second test match, which was won by the Australians by ten wickets. The home team, batting first, lost five wickets foe 45 runs. 'Thus it was,' says Fry, 'that the Australians got right on top at the beginning of the game. Jones did the damage. He bowled fast, and kept an excellent length. Even when he was a trifle short his pace corrected the error. His performance was a fine one. It was rather unfortunate, how ever, from our point of view, that he should have dismissed so cheaply four batsmen who had scored freely against him on other occasions. A fine fast bowler is likely to shoot two or three men out at tbe beginning of an in nings, but this time everything came off for the bowler, nothing for the batsmen. Masterful bowling often compels fortune to its side, and Jones certainly bowled in a way that merited success. Still...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WANDELLA ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

WANDELLA ROAD. The secretary of the Wandella Pro" gress Committee has handed ub the following letter received by Mr. H. Clarke, M.F., in reply to the petition sent by the Wandella people to have a public road opened through that dis trict .•— Public Works Department, Sydney, 31efc August, 1899. Sib,—With reference to the petition pre sented by you from Messrs. J. Graves, D. EL Timbs, and other residents of Wandella and Cobargo, and your personal representations, regarding the road from Wilgoa to Wan dellow, I have the honor to inform you that the Executive Council has sow given the necesBary sanction for the resumptions oil the proposed deviations and the Local Officer has been instructed, by wire, to pro ceed with expenditure in connection with the contemplated works.—I have, &c., R. Hickson, Under Secretary and Comrais aioner.for Roads. To H. Clarke, Esq., M.P. Over two million people are engaged in the grape culture in France alone. The Germans declare that the lily of th...

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Results of Australian Eleven Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

Results "of Australian Eleven Matches. South ol England.—Drawn. Scores: South o! Xn^land, 216 and 222; Australians, 875 and 1 wicket Essex.—Iioet by 126 nms. Scores: Essex, 199 and 144; Australians. 144 and 7S. Ourrey,—Won by aninningsand71 rucfi. Soores: Carrey, 114 and 64; Australians, 246. An English Eleren.—'Won br 171 runs. Soores: .Australians, 222 and 227; Englishmen, 171 and 107. Yorkshire.—Abandoned. Wet -weather. lancaddre.—'Won by an innings and 64 mna. Scores: Lancashire 102 and 81; Australians, 267. Oxford.—Drawn. Soores: Australians, 80S, and 41or 360: Oxford 841. '* All England (Test.—Drawn, Englishmen, 193 acdjTforUS; Australians,252, and closed with 8 Marylehone.—Won by 8 wickets. Scores: Mair> lebone 242 and 230; Australian a 852, and 2 f6r 124. Cambridge.—Won by 10 wickets. Scores: Cam. bridge 1st, 486 and 122 j Australians 486 and 123 (or no wickets. ToritsUre.—Drawn. Scores: Australians 111' and*415; 'Yorkshire 235 and 7 (or 186. England.—Won by 10 wicketB, S...

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CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

CHAPTER III. The Bramptons were giving a dinner party to their county neighbors. Sir William and Harold Vanbrugh had been at Eton together, and their boy-' ish friendship had sprung up afresh when they met again. Brampton had only been married a few years, and was still so much -in love with his wife, a vivacious Ameri can girl, thac he liked his friends to find favour in her sight, and as Van brugh did, the young man found his stay in the village very pleasant. In obedience to lady Brampton's laughing entreaty he had arrived early, and his hostess was alone when he was ushered into the drawing-room. ' Will isn't dressed yet, the lazy man,' she said. ' He will be ready at the very last moment, after frightening me into fits left he should be late. The people are so touchy about precedence here; it's really worse than a civic function. I'm always making blun ders, but luckily they excuse me be cause they think I know no better since I'manignoiant American,' with a silvery laugh. To b...

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THE PRESBYTERY BAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

THE PRESBYTERY BAIL. This ball, which had been looked for- , ward to with much pleasure for some , time past by the dancing portion of I our community, came off on Friday, ^ and was in every way a decided sue- , cess. The fair honorary secretaries, the Misses Nellie and M. A. Tarlin- : ton, are entitled to all praise for the ' energy and judgment they displayed in carrying the ball to such a success- i ful issue. In their labor they were ably assisted by many willing hands, but, as is the case in all similar occa sions, the bulk of the responsibility rested with the secretaries, and right royally they fulfilled their task. The hall was beautifully decorated with burrawangs and ferns, and the stage was also made most comfortable and picturesque with the aid of greenery and a carpet on the floor. From this vantage gronnd several non-dancers viewed the pretty scene below. The floor was in splendid order, with the exception of the recent addition, which was noticeably rough, but time an...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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IN SPITE OF ALL. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

IN SPITE OF ALL. CHAPTER ir. Bat this did cot trouble Harold, for he was not greedy, and the money was a very great and very pleasant sur prise to*him, but like many other pleasant things a thread of grief ran through and tempered his joy, for he knew how greatly rejoiced his mother would have been at.the tardy reconcili ation with her family, and, alas, it was too late—she was dead.' He left Melbourne and returned to! England, where, after receiving his in heritance, the first thing he did was to visit Bramford, to see the place where . his mother had been born, and where she had spent her childhood, and where ber romance had found its be ginning, for it was there his father had wooed and won her. The Hall and all the neighbourhood was alive to him with her presence, lor she had spoken of it to him bo «f ten that he felt almost as if he had lived there himself, and be determined, if possible, he would buy back tha o:d .place, for Sir Samuel Constable, his! uncle, had sold it after ...

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" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

" Evil to him who evil thmk»." THEY SAT:-' " Fhat the Cobargo bachelors owe the ladies two or three socials and should . show their gallantry by organising one at once. That the transition from the old to the lew portion of the School of Arts floor is inost disagreeable to dancers. That it iB hoped the amount of " cream " in evidence at the Presbytery boll presages m abundant amount of the marketable ar ticle for the farmers. That the alterations and additions to the School of Arts are nearing completion; and That, when finished, our public hall will be one of the moBt complete on the -South Coast. That it is about time the district cricket clubs held their annual meetings, and liat of Association matches drawn up. That the postponed tennis match uobargo v Bermagui will take place to-morrow. That the Tilba junior footballers will play the Cobargo juniors the return match to morrow. That Cobargo cricketers should get into practice early after the annual meeting, so that subs, may be ...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. I * l)aye o! ha I Day of | Sou I t un | Mood W«k< | .Month | Eiseg | ^ets | Kites Fkioay .Sep SI G 3 1^6 421 7 22 .h'atum ay | „ 9 j 6 2 j 5 48 | 7-56 >" 1-tJRDor I „ 10 j 6 1 | 5 431 8 34 Monday | „ 11 I '5 69 | '5 44 | 0 15 TvFKDAY i „ 12 I 5 58 | 6 45 j 10 4 Wosbfdt | „ 13 S 67 | 5 45 i 111 " thuisd'.y | „ 14 | 5 75 | 0 46| p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

COBARGO HOTEL. STBRTTBZMft AS XT OTOST TO 8S. EXTENSIVE 8TXBUNC. EXPERIENCED GROOM. James {rain. tm mm hotel, * cobArgo. y. T.mm&Rimoi Proprietor. 3. T. Seating In* much plmanre in Tt forming fhe residents of COBARGO and Surroandhip D«cr eta that fee hw taken over the-abore well-known Bot*1, and hopes by 'keeping the REST BRAND:* of WINES. ' ffllRlTri, ALES, etc., to merit a fair ■hare of sapport. t-PKCIALAlTENTION will be r&M to the wants of Commercial and -other Travel lan. i00iHB0cKt>M 6ample Booms available. GOOD STABLING and a competent groom in attendance. J. T. K. baga to announce for the bene. At -of viritora from the TILS A, NOO BOOMA, BODAIiLA-end NEKBIGUNDAH DISTRICTS that his Hotel poesmes nil the jcomfortaofa home, while good horse feed jand itabe accommodation u« made speciali tiea of tlie-establishment. TheCefctral Jiofcel, BEGA. ValM B*« linu|iB«Bt MBS. BAFTEE BEGM (o remind VISITORS to BEGA Out tb«y wilt Aid tke OBNTBaL offers 8peoi-l'»dvantages, ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Several eporfcsmen while out hare shooting on Wednesday, captured a colony of dingo pups ten in number, about three miles from town. We take the following from the latent fat stock-quotations :—Best bul locks from £7 to £7 15; medium from £i 15. Best calves from 35s to 60s. Pigs—best baconers up to 36s, Osk of the cruellest remarks made by a musical auditor is now going the rounds. A vocalist was warbling, to her own great satisfaction, " Oh, would I were a bird !'' when a ruffian Bhouted out, " Oh, would I were a gun!" Doctob Boot, of Moruya, died at II o'clock oa Monday night at the age of 86 years. Mr. William Boot, the youngest son of deceased, journeyed to Moruya to attend the funeral, which took place on Wednesday. Fbom our Sydney correspondent we received the following wire on Wed nesday—" The Labor Party has defi nitely decided to support the Opposi tion. The defeat of the Government is now assured." Dcbinq the absence of Mr. M. Walker, on his honeymoo...

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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. COBAROO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, j For the future tn the distance, And the good that we can do. COBAROO, FbiDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1899.. On Wednesday of last week the leader of the Opposition, Mr. W. J. L;ne, proposed the following motion, of which he had given notice on th« previously: "(1) That the Govern ment does not possess the confidence of the House. (2) That the foregoing resolution be communicated by address to his Excellency the Governor." • # • The motion was of the broadest possible nature, and gave hon. mem <bers a wide scope for indulging their 'powers of oratory. But, to do the leader of the Opposition credit, we muBb Say that he wisely confined his indictment against the Government to three specific charges, which he proved to the hilt in a way that Mr. Reid in his reply was unable to rebut, although he tried hard to justify hiB unconsti tional actions. The first charge was that the Premier paid Mr. Neild, the member fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

Cobargo Cricket Club. THE Annual General mooting of the above will be held at Heating's Hotel on Monday at 7.30 p.m. for the pur pose of reorganising the Club and the dis cussion of other important matters. W. CHAMBERS, Hon. Sec. School of Arts Bazaar. ALL Ladies interested in the School of Arts are cordially invited to attend a meeting on Thursday 14th instant at half past 2 sharp in connection with the holding of the above. T. KENNELLY, Hon. Sec. H. J. STREET, President. WANTED A TEAM to draw 1600ft Flooring Boards from Bermagui to Nerrigun dnh.—Apply to Mr. H. J. Street for parti culars. WRIGHTSON & GUEST. CAUTION. ALL STOCK TRESPASSING on my property at Yourie, known as 'Bob's   Orchard,' will be impounded and owners sued for damages. CHARLES GOUGH. THE undersigned has for HIRE a Staunch Single Buggy Horse and Comfortable Single Buggy, Also Saddle Horses. LEGAL NOTICE. A MEMBER of the firm will visit Co bargo on the undermentioned dates during the current ye...

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THE DR. HIGGINS TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 8 September 1899

THE DR. HIGGINS TESTIMONIAL. A few weeks ago a movement was made amongst the Roman Catholics of Cobargo to show their appreciation of Bishop Higgins' ministrations during his residence in this colony, and to mark his elevation to the charge of the important See of Rockhampton. The cause was taken up with favor and over £35 were collected, which with the address printed hereafter, has been forwarded, to Dr. Higgins:—   My Dear Lord:—We, the Roman     Catholic inhabitants of Cobargo, gladly avail ourselves of the opportunity pre sented by your Lordship's visit to - Sydney to express to you the profound respect we entertain for your exhalted character ; our high admiration of your estimable qualities; and our fervent and lively gratitude for your indefati gable and noble exertions in the cause of onr religion. Gifted with a master mind, you have trod the difficult path of duty with distinguished success, ex plaining the laws by which man's life is...

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

CHAPTER IV. Stanage is a lonely situated Louse among tlie moors which had ouce been a shooting box for the Latshires before James Laurie liad bought it. He had been content to leave it as it 'was, but his son wanted a more pretentious looking residence, and had added to it the tower, from whose Sugitaff the flag now dropped languidly to show that the owner, Will Laurie, was at home. - The drawing-room was furnished in a luxurious -fashion, with many fine ' pictures on the walls, for the old man had possessed gcod taste in buying works of art, and the piano, a Stein way grand, was a beautiful instrument.1 Handel Jinks had finished tuning it, and was playing a brilliant waltz of Waldteufels to test his work, when the door opened, and the housemaid, a plump girl with boldly rolling eyes, put in her iiead, and then entered as she saw he was alone. ' That's something like, I say — it's made ns ill—tee-dum—tee-dee—tee dum,' and she mocked his. tuning, ' far the last hour.' ' Give me waltz...

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IN SPITE OF ALL. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

IN SPITE OF ALL. CHAPTER III. I nMjst tell you there are ever so infiny Enl jects of conversation to be avoided in talkiug with . them,' she 'added,' for they are mostly at logger. $cads with one another about some thing. Mariages de convenanco, leve i marriages without money, High Church, Low Church, or any church, "ariiues, stocks, shares—in fact, every. - thing nearly is tabooed. So be care ful. This is what I call paying for being a lady of title. I tell Will I earn it <beavily twice a j*esr. Ab, just in time!' asjterhusband entered,, and immediately afterwards the guests began to arrive. •It's no use waiting,' said Lady Brampton, in an aside to her husband a little later; ' they won't be coming.) 1 Oh,' he answered, easily. 'The Lauries are always late. GiVe them dive minntes* grace—they're here now.' And m a few minutes Mr. and Mrs. Laurie entered the room. * Good evening, Lady Brampton,' £&id the former, with a smile of airy bonhomie oil his face: ' I reall...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

cavacs ssrtocss. IVINT3 SERVICES will be conducted jiwQie district as follovrs :— TtOMAS CATHOLIC. -J4asa celebrated at 8.-80 nan. and 11.15 a.uu every Sunday St Gobafrgo. f •Evening devotion every Sunday at /.30 R kbnnt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

Bermagui Jockey Club. A MEETING of the Committee will be hold at Dtmsmore's Hotel on Wed nesday next SObh instant at 8 o'clock, p.m. Business : To arrange programme for Opening Meeting, and consider tenders for clearing the course. _ A. BUCHAKAir) Hon. F. ADAMSON j Sees. Tilba Tiiba Cricket Club. A COtfCE^T —WILL BE HELD IN THE— TEMPKEANCK BCALL 0"N SATURDAY, 16TH INST. Admission Is. —ALSO— Will be given by the Club On Friday. 22nd Sept. Admission — Gentleman 3s; Ladies Free. C. G. HOBBES, Hon. Sec. Will'am Boot. SATURDAY, SEP. 16. Seed Potatoes, Table Po tatoes, Chaff, Turnips, teed Oats. BY PUBLIC AUCTION at 3 SHARP ["JtTXIililAM BOOT is favored- wil instructions to sell by auction ss above. Terms at Sale. Sale-at 3 p.m. Saturday, 23rd Inst. AT 2. P.M. ON THE SHOWS-BOUND. 25 COWS including Milking Cows, Bpriigers.-anA Pry Cows. ■ —aiso— ■ 6 3yr old-HEIFERS, some springing. 3 2yr old HEIFJ2&S 1 BULL. Wrr.T.TAM BOOT is favored with in structions from .Mi. R Wilson, who is re...

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WESLE-YAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

September 17—Corunna U; Central Tilba 2.30; Cobargo 7.30. M. WALKEb.

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