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

•CHftrfiCH OF ENGLAND. September 17—Cobargo n j Diffnam's Creek 2.30 j Tilbu.7.30. G. SOARES.

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bega Footballers at Nimitybelle. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

Bega Footballers at Nimitybelle- I The debt owing to the Nimitybelle footballers by ihe Bega team since Inst seasou was pi»iJ oil Saturday last at Niraitybelle. Owing to the d.fficulty in getting a teatu to leave Bega, tour ruen from tins Candelo and Dry River teams were invited to take par t. Three of the invitations were accepted, but the fourth reluctantly had to refuse the offer. The coach conveying tbe team, under the popular whip, A MoPhea, left Bega about 6.30 f.u. on Friday, and proceeded to Colombo, whern they halted for tlie night. After an early breakfast they were again on tbe jotsd under lull steam, and soon the mountain was riacbed, and the men did a walk, enjoying the healthy I mountain air and tbe rt-freahicg draughts from the little htreaois which cross the roads and wend their way through the silent glades into the great gorge below. Tbe morning wa3 slightly loggy and obscured to some extent the rttagnitioont view which is to be obtained on a clear day. On reaching...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

TENNIS. Ok Saturday last a match wad played op the Cobargo Court between the Bermagui club and a local team, re sulting in a win for the latter by six seta to five. Following are the scores:— Ladies' Singles. Miss P. Street v Miss Riley. 6—0. MrB. Sullivan v Miss Finch. 6—3. Ladies' Doubles. Misses Street and Quinu v Misses Riley and.Finch. 6-1. Mrs. Sullivan and Miss Lynch v Misses.Riley and Finch. 6—1. Gentlemena' Singles. . Mr. H. Roberts v Mr. W. Moor head. 4—6. Mr. T. Woon v Mr." A. Williams. 2—6. v GentlemenB Doubles. Messrs. BT. Roberts and T. Woon v. Messrs. W. Moorhead and A. Wil liams. 3—6.^ Mixed Doubles, Mrs. Sullivan and Mr. H. Roberts v Miss Finch and Mr. W. Moorhead. 6-3.' Miss R. Street and Mr. T. Woon v Miss Riley and Mr. A; Williams. 5—6. Miss M. Quinn and Mr.-I. Woon v Miss. Riley and Mr. A. Williams. 6—6. ' \; " Miss M.Lynch and Mr. H. "Roberts v MSsb Finch and Mr. W. Moorhead. 3—6. Cobargo, six Sets, 53 games. Ber, magui, .five sets, .43 games. "When $fae verdic...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEGRO LTNCEING IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

NEGRO LTNCEI&Gr IN ApEIGA The renewed outbreak of lynching in Georgia now excee&B in barbarity the horrors of last April, which cul minated in the torture and burning at the stake of the negro Sam Hose. The present series of crimes is consequent on a charge against seven negroes of outraging 4 white woman Mrs. Ogletree, at Saffold, Georgia, One of the aocused men, named Mack, was captured yesterday morning by a party of whites, jvho were scouring the coun try lor eupects. On the way to the gaol at Ogala to claim the reward offered by the authorities, they were intercepted by a turbulent mob, also clatnouring for the negro and the re ward. They routed Mack's first cajn. tors, and dragged him off to the scaf fold, where several people identified him as one of the principals in the out rage. He was thereupon strapped to a tree. Everyone who had a knife car ved off a piece of the negro's flesh as a souvenir. This torture continued for half an hour, till the man was frigh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

MOKUYA. (Fbom oor own Correspondent.) Well here 1 am again with the " big tliiag," and, as the Irishman would say,- "Look out while I drop." Although a little fresh, still I have not quite shaken off that tired feeling. At the same time my laziness has not pre vented me from testing how the Deua River electors would take my Candida, ture in the event of a dissolution of the House, which event heaven forfei-d. We are content to follow the new " Lyne" of affairs, although there are same who would *■ Reid" the political liarometer quite differently, and curse the wriggling that has brought about the -change of cooks at * Macquario Street. I liken a politician to ' a cook because he always has some thing to hash up. Now Reid as head cook at Macquarie House for the past five years has proved a terrible failure while he had charge of the. menu card. The taxpayer complained bitterly of indigestion and lieid always promised an improved bill of fare; but it would turn out to be some unstable...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS. {frsox ode Sydney CoeeespDndeht.) Sydney, Thursday. JB utter, creamery and factory 10d, dairy 8§d to 9d, cheese to 6 J, eggs 6|^ to 7d, hams'7& to 9J, bacon 4f to 7£, fowls 2/6 to 4/-, docks 3/-to 4/. Barton declined to join the new Ministry, but promised most loyal and consistent support to the new govern ment. The certainties of the Cabinet now stated to be Lyne, Wise, See, P«rry, O'Sullivan, Crick, Mackay, whilst the most likely for the remain ing portfolios areWood, Hassall, Dick, Fegan, A. Chapman, Wright; Heydon j bat the only portfolio yet | allotted is Wise, Atto rney General, j Lyne sajts Cabinet not yet formed but ha will be prepared to announce names at to-day's meeting of tbo Assembly. • Dalgetfcy and Co. have received a telegratii confirming the wreck of the , Thermopylae at Green Point at the entrance to Table Bay. A thovement has been started with tlid View of holding a monster indig nation meeting in connection with the verdict in the Dreyfus c...

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EDMUND BARTON, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

EDMUND BARTON, MLA- j ISvEB since he was elected for "Wel lington, many years ago, Mr. Barton has occupied a prominent position in the history of the country. Of all the men who have entered Parliament during the last twenty years, he is the brightest and, mOBt capable. Be had a good training, 'for he passed through the University of Sydney with dis tinction. Upon the subject of a Uni versity e&ecation widely different opinions are expressed. There are persons who say that it is of no use to a man, and in supporting their1 opinions they point to "Oniversity men who have failed in the occupations they took up, whether aa lawyers, clergymen, doctors, or politicians. But this is poor argument, and it is generally used "by individuals whose own educational acquirements are of the smallest. To Mr. Barton, the Cniversity was a formative power of. the very bigheBt value. Within its I walls he obtained the culture that made him refined in manner and in -, speech, that enabled him to...

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THE LATE DR. BOOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

THE LATE DR. BOOT. On Monday, tb&N^th instant, Dr. EdwardBoot died at: his residence, Yarragee, near Moroya,' in his 86th year, and" as hie'was probably the oldest practitioner !n the colony, and itaore over, Tvaa a South Coast resident for over58'yearaand we'.! known to many Cobargoand Bega residents, & short sketch of hie career may prove of in terest. He was born at Gaunt CaBtle, Lincolnshire, England, on the 28th April, 1814, and Btudied his profession in Dublinlunder Sir PhillipOramptoD, Drs. Graves, Stokes, S Fatten, McCartaey and .Montgomery, " men, who, in their day, were in the very first flight in the medical profession. The names of Graves and Stokes still ho!d a high, place in medical and Bur gicttl literature. He was admitted a member of the Royal College of Sur geons in. 1837, J;and after practising about four years in England he came to',Nevr,'^oi|th."Wales as. surgeon tb" the IJijited Kingdom" with 514 emigrant!; About a month after his arrival he cam...

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Results of Australian Eleven Matches, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

Eesults- of Australian Eleven Matches, South of England.—Brawn. Scores: South of England, 240 and 222; Australians, 375 and 1 wicket for 7. Essex.—Lost by 126 runs. Scores: Essex, 199 and 144; Australians. 144 and 73. Surrey.—Won by an innings and 71 runs. Scores: Surrey, 114 and €4 j Australians, SJ9. An English Eleven.—Won by 171 rune. Scores: Australians, 222 and 227; Englishmen, 171 and 107. Yorkshire,—Abandoned, Wet weather. Lancashire,—Won by on innings and 84 rnns. Scores.- Lancashire 102 and 81; Australians, 267. Oxford.—Drawn. Scores: Australians, SOS, and 4 for 360: Oxford 841. All England (Test.—Drawn. Englishmen, 193 and 7 for 155; Australians, 252, and closed with 8 for 230. Marylebone.—Won by 8 wickets. • Scores; Mary lebone 242 and 230 ; Australians 352, and 2 for 124.' Cambridge.—Won by 10 wickets. Scores: Cam bridge 1st, 436 and 122; Australians 436 and 123 for no wickets. Yorkshire,—Drawn. Scores: Australians 141 and 415; Yorkshire 235 and 7 for 186. England.—Won b...

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CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

CKICKET NOTES By the " Recorder" in Truth. In a few weeks we Bhall once more have amongst us the gaHant band of: Australian cripketers, who have ex ploited old England for oof and glory. Of the former they have received'a very fair share, as the trip will, after expenses have been paid, probably pan out about .£600 per man. As they, return with the revered ashes ot English cricket still in their possession, to be called for later on by England's best c-leven, they have acquitted them selves with honor. Their conducb on and off the field has been most exem plary and they have received unstinted praiso for this from every pressman in England. It may, perhaps, be hypo critical to express disappointment at the result ot the tour after perusing the list of first-class victories obtained by the team, but all else sinks into _ insignificance beside tbe five great test matches, the playing of which was i the chief object of the tour. That these were neither so decisive or satis factory we w...

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COBABGO CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

COBABGO CEICKET - CLUB Thb annual meeting of the above dab was held sat. K«%tings Hotel on Mon day evening, acd the following were present ^-Messrs. F. G. Roberts, M. Pike, M. O'Reilly, T. Kennelly, J. P. Walker, --i- Algie, G. Campbell, T. J. Tarlinton, A. D. Burns, J. P. O'Reilly, R. Annette, F. Tarlinton, Dr. Meeke, W. Chambers and A. Tarlinton. Mr. Pike, vice-president, presided. The minutes of last annual meeting were read and- confirmed. - The secretary then read the following report which was adopted:— Gbntlbmjjn—Your committee have much pleasure in issuing their report for the season 1898-9. Daring the season the club played nine first grade matches, 4>f which four were won and five lost.: -'Twelve matches were on ibe list of fixtures, the other three matches, were forfeited, one to Tilba, one to -Dignam'83«.nd one to Dry River. In the secoiul"grade competition we won two matph^ and lost four. On the whole yout: committee are of the opiu ion tbat^yojir" club sliowed bette...

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" Evil to him who evil thinks." THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

" Evil to Mm who evil think* " THEY SAY: That a long and strong bootlace was put up to unction at the Wandella factory lest week; and .That after spirited bidding by the dairy boys it was knocked down for twopence, and immediately cut ijifco four lengths and retailed. That a contest, recently occurred at Tilba between two of the opposite sex, the lady undertaking to point a lead pencil while the gentleman threaded a needle: and That it was calculated that the gentleman would have been defeated if the lead pencil had only lasted long enough. That the " Gazette" refers in its last to the "blooming BanVa"—this must be a printer's error, perhaps it meant V burst ing" That a Cobargo vocalist, having satisfac torily proved his capability as a mimic, should now get dorm to -business and give the G-lee Club the benofiti-ol his vocal talent. That the Bega " Gazette" has, in the eyes of the public, been mstroinental in dancing the causes of the Bega Hospital and the Joint Stock Banking compan...

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Felling timber during the Waning Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

Felling timber during the Waning Moon I ni3 has been generally regarded as ' an old world superstition without a basis of fact. In a late paper on " Modern Gold-mining in the Darien," Republic of Columbia, S.A., presented to the American Institute of Mining Engineers, Mr. "Ernest R. Woakes, of Panama, has some noteB on this hrad. He says that; the country is completely covered with forests; but not 50 per ccnt. cf the trees are fit for lumber, and about 25 per cent, are not even good for firewood. " Unless all timber is felled in the waning mopn," says Mr. Woakes, " it will commence to, rot almost as soon as cut, due, prob ably, to the rapid fermentation and decomposition of the sap, which is 1 supposed to be present in the world in J greatest quantity during the waning j moon." Mr. Woakes says that he ex. pects engineers to laugh at the idea ; but lie warns the scoff rs that exper- ; ien& is abundant in support of the3 theory; and lumbermen from the Western States, who came...

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Concert and Ball at Bodalla. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

Concert and Ball at Bodalla (From our own correspondent.) The above, advertised to take place on the 25th instant, bub postponed be cause ot tbe continuously wet weather, came off on Friday of last week, *and was in every way. the ruccess it de served to be, and Mrs. Byrne is to be congratulated upon the result. Shortly after 8 o'clock, Mr. Bipon who occu pied the chair, apologised for the un avoidable absence of the following singers who had promised to assist:— Mr, Seam on s (Sydney), Miss Colvdroy (Bogft), MiaB Murphy ■ (Mofuya), Mr. Boot (owing to a recent family bereavement), Mr. 'Evans (Moraya), and Mrs. Hardy (Oorunna) who had undertaken the role of accompanist. [We bare' since .heard that Mrs. Hardy was suffering fr6m a highly in flamed eye. Ed ] Miss Ethel Brice undertook the position in a satisfactory manner. Miss Brice opened' the con cert with - a pianoforte solo, for .which she received warm . applause. Mre. Byrne followed with the song, " Twixt You and Me," and this pr...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. lid V** of - he 1 Day ol \VVrk. Month Son Biae« foil. j Moon cetg | lliees I FlilDAI SATUBI-AT Pvkdat Monday Tdbbday W'dnbfdy I THtJ'lbdat I Sep 15 I 5 54 j 5 46 | J 9 „ 16 | 6 63 . 5 47 | 2 19 17 I 6 511, 6 48 | 8 ' „ 18 i 5 60 | 6 48 | 4 38 ] „ 16 | 6 49 1 6 49j 6 60 ,.20 5 47 I 5 50 i 7 0 „ 21 6 46 | 6 TO | 8 8

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

COBARGO HOTEL. ■bvebtthhtg as it ottsst to sb. EXTENSIVE STABLING. •EXPERIENCED CROOM. Proprietor. J. 7. Keating' ;much pleasure in >i:formlng ibe tesidents of COBABGO nod 8ttrrrtundin(t Di»trcte that he has taken over; the above well-known Hotel, and hopes by keeping the BEST BRANDS of WINES. -£dfil7W, ALES, etc., to merit a fair, 'Share of gnpport. SPECIAL A1TENTION will be paid to the wants of Commercial and other Travel Jen. CommodiooB Sample Booms available. -'GOOD STABLING and a competent' groom in attendance. J. T. K. begs to annonnce for the bene.. fit of visitors from (ho TIBBA, NOO -BOOIIA, BODALLAand NEREIGUNDAH •2&8TBIOT6 that his Hotel poESMses nil the ■comforts or a'home, while good horse feed{ and stabe accommodation aremade speciali ties g£ the establishment. The Central H°tcl, BEGA. 5-' Va&w Raw Ma««gement. "MftS. EAFTER BEOS to remind VISITORS to BEGA that they trill find tbe OENTltAL offers Special Advantages, being furnished throoshout with a N...

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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, SEPTEMBER 15,1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

®ijr0itick. For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs thai need ret {stance, For the future iit the distance, And the good thai toe can do. Cobaego, Fr;X>.\y, September 15,1899. If the Gazette ib retained by the opponents of the State Bank to advo cate their cause, th?y had better "call it off- iiigtanter, for its abuse of William Boot, who in contributing a scries of articles to thia paper on the J5:ate Bank question, and its exhibi tion cf erase ignorance of the Bakject it essays to criticise, makes it a laugh ing stock ior those who understand the State Bank question in its prac tical bearing on the social, commercial and industrial life of a community. • • • Passing over the clumsy and irre levant references to Mr. Boot, we will extract a few items from the Gazette's leading article of tho Cth instant on "State Bulks," and show what an egregious ass it made of itself, The Gazette says in reply to our statement that the State Bank, by resuming the power to issue bank...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 15 September 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. PART III of "State Bank" by "William Boot, will appear next issue. CROWN Lands Sale at Bega and Moruya on Wednesday next. \ We regret to say that Mr. M. Pike'n narae wan inadvertently omitted from the - address to Bishop Higgins i<ub blished in last week's issue. Picalla's retort to a Dry River cticket barracker, " I say, give that tnaggie a grub, that might make him shut: bis mouth." Frok Winchcombo, Carson and Co's monthly. market report we quote :— Bark There is an active demand at present for prime conditioned samples from the South Coast, and heavy lota are readily bringing £8, and occasion ally a little more. The bulk of late consignments, however, show a large proportion of mildew and the Btock in brokers' hands is comprised mostly of bark of this class. We quote :—Prime from £7/10 to £8/2/6 per ton, Medium £7/- to £7/5, Light £6/- to £6/10, Inferior £2/- to £(j. The Bega Gazette still continues to cackle about soihe remarks we made weeks, a...

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CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

CBICKET NOTES By the " Recorder" in Truth. DARLING. This player, as a fitting reward to his indomitable plnck and untiring energy, is first in the batting with the trnly marvellous average of 41-29, for 56 inninga, nine of which were not outs. His aggregate (1941) and average quite eclipse any previous performances by an Australian in England. At the start of the tour bis friends were" somewhat dubious of his success, and his first eight innings only realised 142, whilst his highest score was but 35. In the second innings against the Oxford University, however, he hit up 106, and from this out he batted as a rule, in first-class form. His per formance in the test matches is, how. ever, somewhat disappointing, as he went to the wickets tin times for 232 and came seventh on the list of those Australians who took part in these contests. No doubt he, as other great batsmen have found out before to-day, was burdened with the great respon ! sibility of the captainship. This is apparently ...

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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 22 September 1899

CHAPTER,V. Haboij) sent the two women on to the Cliff Farm to get someone to (etch the police, while he himself hastened for the doctor. Fortunately he met him at the tarn of the road, and accompanied bim to Stanage, where the door opened as soon as they knocked, for the cook and Handel Jinks were anxiously awaiting him. ' Oh ! T)r. Hayes, how thankfol I am you've come 1* the poor woman said, as she led him into the room where Will Laurie was, "He's dead, and there'* nothing I could do for him, and , ' We've not touched or moved - him, dr,' ea:d Handel Jinks. * We thought it better not, aste'd met with foul play.' '■Quite so, quite so,' said the doctor in biijeiy way, and lie proceeded to examine him by ibe light of the many candies the cook had lighted, 'Yes, he's dead. I can do nothing for him,' he said, lifting np his face, coDcerndly. ' He has received a blow on the back of the hvad from some henry instru ment. See,' to Yanbrugh, gently lifting the dead man's head, and dis closi...

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