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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

$ THE MAN ^ WHO LAUGHS Ij the fortunate Individual who i sleeps soundly, and for whom 'good 1 digestion waits on appetite.' ^ Cheerfulness, sound sleep and perfect - digestion are always attainable fay - drinking ' WOLFE'S , : SCHNAPPS If you have 'that tired feeling' \', . ' about you that makes you depressed i ( ' and gloomy, caused probably by the / ; liver and kidneys being a Ht'le out T. of gear, try WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS \ a pleasant tonic beverage. 1 ( Ask for WOLFE'S and refuse e *J*\ cheap imitations. Cf

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

Notice to Stockowners. j PERMITS to travel Sheep m»y be I! obtained from Philip O&kden, E»q., of Lends, or any other of the Sheep Dirtotora. during my temporary ab sence from the Diatrict. Applications fur certificates for tha removal of starving stook can be ad dreBSed to me at the Stock Bransh Department of MineB, Sydney. ' JAMBS COTTON, I Stock Inspector, Cobar. Jan. 5, 1899. Municipality of Cobar. REVISION COURT. NOTICE is hereby giren tb»t a Revision Court will be held in '»'?« Council Chambers on Monday, ''j - January, 1899, at 3 p.m. Bu ??.?'-« for th-) purpose of revising the Mu~. cipal Lin of persons lupposod to be Hutitled to be placed on the Munici pal Koll of Ib99, in accordance with Htotion 60 of the Municipal Act of 1897. By Order. JOHN LEAH, CouAoil Clerk; Council Chambers, ' ' January 7, ,1899. ' : Notice!. ¥ NOTICE ij hereby tfiven that all outstanding Accounts d'rs to me tnuBt be paid to my Solicitor, Mr M. J. Duffy, on or before the 21/st January, 1899, ot...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Land and Income Tax Assessment Act of I8O5. Laud and Income tax Office, Custom House. Sydney, 20th December, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

Land and Income Tax Assessment Act of 1805. 1 Laud aad lucoine tux Oifiu'e, Custom I House, I Sydney, JiOta December, 1898. NOl'lUiii ia hereby given, under Beotion 30 ol tno above uct, that returns of income received uunng ine yeur 1B9H tor tne pui-poneu ot iho u8oeasiueuc ol income I'ux tor the yeur lsytf are leuuireU to hB lurnwtied to me LowiwdBiouero ot xax- I u'tiou, at tneir offico uu or botore tho 4ch £ duy ot Feoniury; ,899, and. all pmaons I wuo are in reoeipt ot income, uua uli t peieons liubie uuuar tne proviaiona ot tne I Act iu any repreoe-Uittiva cupucity to ! luniiob. retuinu lor tne purpoous utoie. I dttid, tue hoieby mt'oimod time the pre- j bciibed Ji'orma ol returuo are now avail- I ubltt, aud may be ootmuea {except thoae I tor compumea,; on upplicatinu at anv Jfost Office. Jfolice OfficB, cuatuui Houae Jimlway station, und me office ot any olerkot J^etl; opsbiuus in Maw ciouih rtaleB, Stump inuiud Uffij,, ihniip-ot 6ydixuy, or p ,w iuiutiou yirice, Uuownx cau bi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

Oold Secret Name Brooch, 35/-. Its. Oold. I/-/-. DUmond, 3/10/- ud «/+. nmrr 8tll. Oood-wU)inoold Brooch, UM I60. OoU, IS/-. A. Saunderc. '»o!d Lov« Uud »nd Chiun. 8/8. A. Baundert. riret-Clui. Il.tidJlKlc, Solid Quid Wnldlng Bin;: «r,d Kcrptr, 5/8- 7/6, 10/-. 15c. Gold, 16/-. E«r» Hcary, »/-? 18c- °°M. W-i »°/-. 1.V-. 5/ /.. !--nd tor our SIm Cird. 1 A. Saundor* ^MIMs^ or Hunt)hirp PhIit ^* Sounders* «nd l!iS,ond. 2^: «??«« Kin,, with Send lor l-atttrn Oold. S5/-, JO/-, Book and giu Cud. It/., V-h- Trj m. Oold Amtthyn, *M- Six lu-gar, M. \ !5ond direct to us. We guarantee you the utmost satisfaction. I'rice List and full particu lars by return post. : 'Mind' we have no Hawkors, A. taundtrs. Hnr Stilt Oold Love Bird u« Chain, 10/6. , )$& AMY ^M/mi I ' A. Saiindora Anr Name or Initial Free. ?oHd Oold. 7/6 Kllrn Strong 10/ lso. Gold, 15/.;- 18c Gold, SO/-. Silver, I/O. A. Oaundors. Hold Brooch, Red and 2 I'eirli, SO/ ltc. S7/8, with Diamondi «?/?. A. 8«undor* sBSS lite. Soli,l...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

WK DONT ADVERTISE — o— roil — o — * 0 Tl £ ¥ * NOR DO WE ADVERTISE FOR .dssaa^ Gentlemen only But wo uriverliso for tho beuoflt of orery man, woman and child. Therefore pause one moment, Stud; your own interests, uud — -^^^s^^READ THIS. If you would look neftt unout the feet just go to Baker's, in Linsley-Street, where jou can obtain giftSUINE BARGAINS Wo have in Stock Borne bouutiful and np to date American, English and other im ported Boots and Shoos, whinh cannot {'nil to pleuse the ir.ost fastidious. LidifB' Evening ~hooa ? 2 6 „ Onu Bar Kvoninp; Shoes ... 2 11 Ladica' Ked Oxford Walking Shoes 4- 6 „ Fine Leather „ 3 6 Ladies' White Canras Shoes, with Eid Strappings ? 3 6 „ Two Bar White CttDras Shoes 3 6 Children's While (Janyus Shoes from 2 0 Infant's Shoes from ... ,... 1 0 Men') Balmorals from ? 3 6 „ Bluchers ? 2 11 Biojole Slmes, Tan or Black, best qu-ilit.y ? 6 9 lien's T»u Bolinoruls, good Tuluo 6 6 Pin»t'i Court f-hoes und Walking Shoes kept iii Stock. . NnU Iho Address...

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Colonial Artist's Success. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

Colonial Artist's Success. .Among our colonial artists whose names have come prominently before the public i, 1 hat of Mr Ulic Nielioln, of Bydnpy, and hi* recent sucuueii witli Warner's fcufe (Juro ?? but iiiiothir proof of the merits of this great romedy tha'. othere imilute but. none equal. Tho JJtudii, 337 Pitt Et, Sjdno.T. 25/S/03. ' I had fuffsred for some years from livor and kidney complaints, at well as Ihose of tbn bluddwr, which Warner's Safo Cure has effectually cured. I was unublu to stand long at rcy easel, which was a great trouble, until I took this medicine.' Tho experience of this well-known artist Is not unique. It. if Bimply the ropitiun of I hat of others who poraovered aa lie did.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Telegrams SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

Telegrams Sydney, Riday. The total gold yield for the j: 't year in N. S. W. was 341,722* ou ices. The Gatton horror com uues to baffle the ingenuity of tho pol ce- t'0 far no tangible clue has been -s ^oJnod, and it is now considered oubtful whether the murderer will be'cfPtuc0(1' The head of the woman pund in the boot trunk in tho Yarra ifs-beon viewed by over 2000 people**01' tne purpose of ideiitiii cation. .'' A disastrous bush tire is x}pa8 iQ the Stratford district, Victoria]' Many settlers have been burnt out, i . 61,000 odd acres wero apyllecl.for yesterday at the various iiant1 uffiC6B clirouguout the coiouy. The Premier says nothing! ean ^8 done for two or three montns'ivun tne proposed new appointments! t0 tue Upper House. London, Thuf dav- Both the Americans and il'hpanoj at llo Iio are being reiufon'9a- A battle is expected to take p.ac/* Admiral Uewoy oxpuccd sh01^^ '° have 27 wiicsiiips unuur his clla'':oe' . It is believed that the Crar .w^' shortly proceed to Italy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

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SANDER AND SONS EUCAYLPT EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

-sASDEB AND SONS EUCAYLP1' ' EXTBACT .\ooordiug to reports oi a great 'number of physicians of the highost ji,.)fessioni.l standing, thero uro oll'oied j eucalypti llxtruct, which possess no i iirati'vo qualities. Iu proteciion of the world wide tamo of Sjandkk and Soxs' ii.oparutiou wo publish a few abstracts l nm these reports, which beui- hilly out that no roliauce can bo placed in other I ioduct-:— Dr. W. 15. Bush, Oakhini], l'al.', writos. It is sometimes difficult to r.tuin tho gonuino articlo (Sanmr and son's.) I employ etl different other pre parations, thoy had no therapeutic vuluo uail no effects. In one chso tho effects : weio similar to tho oil camphora. the ?\itjectioiiublo nctiou of which is well known.' Dr. H. B. Drake, Portland, Oieyou, says — ' Since IbeciiinOMcqnuin ted with this piopnrntion (SxKDhU and ^oxs) I u=od no othi-v form uf euciilyptus as J tfcink it is by fur tho beh-t.' Dr. L. P. fronton, Lynchburgh, Vu., writuB ' I dc\ nr used any prepurHtion othor thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

AVOID THE DANGER OF TIME PAYMENT -...?^^?^BUY FOB CASH... ? f2s Saved in Every £. george-street cornek, liverpool-street corner (Opposite peroy hordern-s) sydney's great cash furnishing empokium. A. Hall & Company. HULL'S 'HAMPDEN' BEDROOM SUITE, cosniating of Wardrobe with * Plate-glass Jfront and Drawers, DuohosB OheBt of Drawers, with. Jewol Trays, Marblo-top Wash-stand, Towel Rail, and Chair. Our Price w £8 7s 6d. We have dozens of others to select from at £8, £9, £10, £18, up to any price. HALL'S HANDSOME H.T. BEDSTEAD, full alzo, complete, with Best Double Wove Wire Mattress and Bet of best Bedding, £3 los ; other prices, £4, £5, £7, to 12 guinoas. See our window display. HALL'S DINING-ROOM SUITE, consisting of Couch, Pair Easy Chairs, a 6 Padded-bocK Chairs, substimtially made, ? and guaranteed, £0 1 Fifty others to select from at £7, £8. £10, to 25 guineas, COUNTRY RESIDENTS, WRITE FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. COUNTRY ORDERS PACKED FREE. A._ HALL &- Co CORN...

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The Meadows Races. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

The Meadows Races. (Contributed.) On Boxing Day horse races, pro-   moted by Mr Dominick, took place at the Meadows Hotel, and were attended by all the people around, in addition to a few from Cobar. The weather was propitious, and everything in con- nection with the meeting passed off satisfactorily. Great credit is due to Mrs Dominick and the Misses Dom- inick for the very excellent spread which they had prepared. All the guests enjoyed themselves to the fullest extent. The starter, Mr Parrington, succeeded in getting his fields away in first-class style. The first item on the programme was a buck jumping bullock, which admirably succeeded in dislodging all those who had the   temerity to risk the mount. A man nominated by Mr Parrington won, with Mr A. Dominick. The following are the results of the day's racing : —   Opening Handicap — Parson's Graf- ter 1, Simpson's Stealaway 2, and Simpson's Last Try 3. First Hack Race — Welsh's Scotch Meg ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

Municipal Council, The ordinary meeting of the Cobar Municipal Council was held on Wed- nesday evening. Present: Aldermen   James (Mayor), Morrison, Kinkead, Bailey, Duffy, Cornish and Snelson. Correspondence (inward and out- ward) was approved of and received. The matter of obtaining fresh bonds for the nuisance contract caused con- siderable discussion amongst the al- dermen. The Council Solicitor's sug- gestion, that fresh bonds were not necessary, was adopted by motion, Ald. Kinkead dissenting. Regarding a matter of rates on Mr. Wilkinson's house, it was decided not to accept an offer made. Mr Wright wrote forwarding a cheque for £30 toward the realign- ment of Becker street. The Treasurer's reports showed all accounts in Credit — General, £75 11s 8d; Lighting, £152 0s 11d; Nuis- ance, £37 0s 2d. The Clem of Works reported that the gate had been erected at the Park. Dayman's work was detailed. Accounts amounting to £90 were passed for payment. It was decided to hold...

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Drysdale Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

Drysdale Races. New Year's Day has for years been celebrated by the good people of Drys- dale by the holding of their annual race meeting. In fact it is always recognised as the day of days in the Drysdale year, and last Monday was by no means an inferior to any prede- cessor. It certainly reflects greatly on the pluck and sporting proclivities of the residents that, despite depres- sion through drought, they should be able to finance a race meeting at all. However, Monday was a very favor- able day in every way. About ten or twelve traps were engaged carrying out Cobar residents, while the ubiqui- tous bicycle was also in evidence. Mr Sam R. Doughty's Tattersall's Hotel was the favoured rendezvous for visitors, and the genial host and hostess were equal to the occasion in   every way, from the brands handed over the bar to the really splendid spread on the tastefully laid-out table that awaited the keen appetites of visitors in the dining room. The   other...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

WEDNESDAY. The case for the defence was then commenced. Patrick Healey, miner, remembered Xmas Eve.; was with Mick Ring that night ; saw Abe Reese and auother following two men going up the road ; I also followed the men ; last saw the two men standing near some bricks at the back of the Masonic Hall; neither   of the men was George Obray ; at that time I saw Obray standing on Mat Williams' verandah ; Obray was there 10 or 15 minutes before Reece came along, singing, with others. Michael Ring, bootmaker, generally corroborated the previous witness's evidence. In answer to Sergeant Nies, he said that after leaving the Empire Hotel Reece came back amongst the crowd. Fred Fellows, painter, was at the hospital that night. Macaulay told the Sergeant that the man who com-   mitted the assault was a ' tall man ;   wore no vest, was staying at the Com-   mercial Hotel ; stranger in town ; wore     a tie with diago...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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The Ladies Object. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

The Ladies Object. They are generally reticent about person-   alities. This Dubbo lady agrees with us as to   fads, however, : iho well- understood fact that Indies ere ftltiostaB a rule, very hard to -ira* oul uuticorning an; ai inynt, thev Dia- lin.ro, hus ulwavB actod ai a serious br.r to even the woll-known family physician, and more eo to any one letj tuunlar. We are, therefore, alwajs triad to get a word from the gentler sex fur our wonderful rpinedy, Doan's backache Kid ney 1'ills. Alr» Kllen Salkeld of Macquarie St,, 1 uobu., Fruiterer, gives the following tes timony : — 1 ciin speak with Borne exper i..ice of Doan's backache Kiuney tills, ?umn of which I procured and took for un nulling back. Having had inflammation o( Ui- kidnevi at one tune, backache always klmlUB me through tear of a repetition of Hint malady. However bj taking Do»n's Uuihaclie Kidney Tills occa'ionully 1 huve (,c,.n free from p in in themnallof my buck, and this, li mou not he...

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Assault Cases. FIVE ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT. THREE COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. TWO DISCHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

Assault Cases. FIVE ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT. THREE COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. TWO DISCHARGED. Before Mr Brown, P.M., nnd Messrs Morrison and Matthews, J's.P. On Tuesday morning, at the local police court, five men, named George Hamilton, Frank Hamilton, George Oibray, Harry Obray, and Hannigan,   were each charged with assaulting Constable MacAulay in Linsley street on the night of Xmas Eve, about 12 o'clock. Mr W. J. Hogan appeared for the accused. Theodore Francis Nies, sergeant of police, gave evidence. First arrested and charged George Hamilton, who said he knew nothing about the as- sault, and that he was not in George Obray's company that night. Hamil- ton said he was at Mrs Maher's Hotel that night. Hamilton was first charged with assaulting Harry Pres- sick, and on a second charge with as saulting Constable MacAulay. George Obray was arrested on the 26th, and charged with assaulting Constable   MacAulay, and said he knew nothing about the affair. Frank H...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

Local and General Army Picnic — The Salvation Army Picnic which took place in the Cobar Park on Monday was very well atten- ded, and the little ones especially had a glorious time, A POLICE Magistrate's Record. — JD & , tue year ondiug 31st Dec. t- eg cal distance travelled bv Mr -?? ear , our local Police Magistrate, ?fif .' -ial businoss was 4,G11 miles — J|t'; miles per rail, and a, 085 per ? M ??/, Part of this of course occurred ? fgj ? a Wikannia district, prior to Mr i. „ .m's appointment to Lobar on the 1st April, following are the Police Magistrate's outside fixtures for tho present month : — dth to 8th Loutb, 10th to 3 lth Mount Boppy, 12th to latn Nyngan, 18th to 22ud Nyinageo, 26th to UYfch Nyngan, besides otlier incidental trips. l'Vom this it will bo seen that our P.M. has very little time to devoto to local duties, as his district ia altogether, too large to attend to. Sudden Death. - A man named Chalk died suddenly at Wood's Hotel on Tuesday, from a heart aff...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

BREVITIES. Exit 1898.         Enter 1899.   The town band played the Old Year out and the New Year in. A large number of Cobar sports patronised Drysdale on Monday. The town was very lively on New Year's Eve, though, no disturbances occurred. Seven members of the local police force were on duty in town on Satur- day night.   The dust storm on Monday had the effect of reducing the temperature during the week. Akarini won the Carrington Stakes on Saturday, while Latoin and Eastern King filled the places. In the intercolonial cricket match, Victoria defeated South Australia by an innings and 218 runs. Mr Platten, draper and clothier, has   engaged the services of Mr Wilkinson, from Farmer and Sons, Sydney. New Year holidays are over and   business has gone back to the old groove. After a storm comes a   calm.   The assault cases on Constable Mac Aulay occupi...

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GRUESOME GATTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

GRUESOME GATTON. Happily, seldom is an Australian community horrified by such a crime as the Queensland rape and massacre. The Woolloornoloo outrage and the Mount Ronnie horror culminated in a popular thirst for the blood of the lecherous larrikins, and the voice of sympathy was silent when Archer, the ravisher and assassin, was sent to the scaffold. But these cases were traceable to habitual depravity in the first two cases, and uncontrolable lust and sudden savagery in the third. The opportunity and the diabolical impulse of the moment accounted for these infamous exhibitions of the worst passions in human nature. The Queensland horror was cunningly and deliberately planned. The imagina- tion recoils from a consideration of the details of the unspeakable tragedy on that lonely road. It is obvious that the perpetrators of this hellish horror carefully calculated their fiend- ish enterprise, for they must have known, that the two sisters would be accompanied home by the brother, and...

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R. G. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

R. C. CHURCH. Mass at 7.30 and 10 a.m., Benediction 7.30 p.m.— Rev. Father Treacy

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