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Peas and Pepper. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 July 1899

Peas and Pepper. One day in the early summer, when some 'commercials' had met as usual for dinner, the waitress appeared bear- ing a small dish of peas. She apologised for their being bo few, and explained that no more could be obtained. Immediately the dish was set down it was seized by a 'grabber,' who emptied the whole contents on to his plate, saying : ' Ab there are not enough to go round it would be a pity to part them, so I'll take the lot myself.' Thereupon another traveller, seated opposite, quietly took up the pepper box, unscrewed the top, and poured the whole of the pepper over the peas, with the calm remark : ' As you have got all the peas, yon may aa well have all the pepper too.' A murmur of applause went round, and from that day the grabbing one found it convenient to alter his line of route and take a different journey.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Trigger. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 July 1899

The Trigger. We have received the Programme and Regulations of the National Rifle Associa- tion of N. S. W. It sets out full particulars of the 39th prize meeting to be held at Rand- wick Rifle Range from Monday, 6th Nov. to   Saturday, 11th Nov. Shootists are welcome to inspect the book at the Herald office. There was a good attendance at the rifle butts, on Wednesday, when some really good shooting was again recorded. The first prize was won by T. Kinkead, with 64, while J. M. Scott was second with 63, and R. A. Meek third with 57. As 62 is the maximum, handicap men who get over that number have to decide by the last shots. Following are the scores —   400yd 500yd hdp t'l T. Kinkead 26 24 14 64 J.Scott 27 24 12 63 R. Meek 28 15 24 67 M. Corbett 32 28 — 60 J. Hunter 26 29 4 59 Cadell 32 22 4 58 Hervey 25 23 8 66 W. Hunt 26 26 4, 66 F. Grill 19 18 18 55 H. Dalgarno 22 31 — 53 R. Johnson 23 29 — 62 J. H. Hunt 20 14 10 44 Lakeman 15 16 10 41 Mr Dalgarno won t...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Sporting. The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 July 1899

Sporting. The Turf. COBAR TURF CLUB. A meeting of the committee of the Cobar Turf Club was held at the Great Western Hotel on Thursday evening, the President (Mr J. Hunt) in the chair. Present Messrs Byrne, Doughty, Thomas, Payne, Bannister, and Williams (secretary.) It was decided to alter the Member's Purse race on the third day, making it a Ladies Bracelet, horses to be nominated by ladies, and to be ridden by amateur mem- bers of the club, the lowest weight being 10st. Considerable discussion was occasioned over this race, the matter being viewed from all points. An apology for non-attendance was re- ceived from Mr Morrison. Mr Clibbon, secretary of the A.J.C. wrote to the effect that the club would have to be registered each year, the fee being one guinea. Regarding jockey's fees, he stated that the committee of the A J.C. intended introducing a new measure to deal with them. Tho President said he thought it was only fair that the club should contribute some thing to the A.J.C....

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English Cricket Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 July 1899

English Cricket Fixtures. July 17 — At Manchester, England   v Australia (Test.)       ; July 20— Match at:Crystal:P'l«ce. ..^ July 24— At Kennington Oval,: »? 'Surrey. ' , ' , ?'. '.!i ' ? ? . July 27— A t, Brighton, V- Sussex! ' July 81— At Lord's; V--M.C.C M.'ii Ground. .„,;;. -, :.,-..,, ?'?-??,-., ; '. . ?' Aiig 8— At Portsmouth, v Harap . ?ihire. V\;^i(a'-~ ' iy?i'-' \yl~ .'-.:;::.; ?; Aiig 7- At Birmingham,'' v War vickshira.1 ' ' 'V'.J..i ':.??'' ' , '. ,Au-j 10— At Canterbury, y Kent -'' Aug 14 — At Kenninv.ton i Ovnl. J-j n'»liind v Austnilia (Test.) ? T '? | Ai» 17 — At'.Choltetiharfl'l''v Glou ? (estershire. ,, . '.' -:??.]' ': Aug 21— At LorcVs'i ,v MidiKess'x. Aug 24— At Tiiunton, v Somersot. Aiig 28 — ;At Liverpool, v Liincn. .^hire. ?? ! '?''?' '?'?'- ' ???'' I .. ,. ;A.US Cl— At Scarborough, v an ''.? Slevon of Eiu'.land. ???': '- ?'. R(vp'- ''I— At Hastings, v South of England..--' -; ; '-..?;'?? -.-.-.? -.'

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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The Football Programme for I899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 July 1899

The Football Programme for 1899. The following is the programme of   the international and intercolonial     fixtures for the season : —   ', july Io— Eiiglaiid t Central Queensland ? at Ru'rlthiirnpton.' July 15— Now South WaleRV Queensland, at Brisbane. .' -;' . July ' 20— Ei.glahd v Maryborough, at Maryborough. * July 22 — Iinglnndv Australia, at Bris '?' bane ? / ; ; : july 25 — England v New England, at Ainii.dolo.. ?? ? ? ... / ? ? - . . Juiy 27— England v Northern Brunch, al Nowcastlo. July 20-^England v New South' Wales at Sydney. . v .. . ?//'' August 1 — England v Metropolitan Branch . - . at Sydnoy. ♦August 3 — England v Great Public Schools, at Sydney. .. ? ?' August 5 — Eiiglund 7 Australia, at Syd. ney. . . ? ? A upu«t P— England V Western District, nlBiillmrst ? ? '? ;- . : ??' ,' Aueust , 12 — England : v Australia, at .Sydney.,, ?, ... . ..? .-,, , ,. - *Siibjcot to Englishmen's approval.

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Australian Eleven [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 July 1899

Australian Eleven The Australians this week defeated the Midland counties by 44 runs. MATCH WITH GLOUCESTER- SHIRE. LONDON. Thursday In the match between the Austra lians and Gloucestershire, com menced to-day, Hill, Noble, and Wor ral are standing out. Following are the scores: — Trumble, c Rico, b Townsend 27 McLeod, b Roberts ? 1 Gregory, l.b.w., b Townsend 25 Trumper, not out . .. ... 99 Darling, not out ... ... 42 Total, 8 out for ... 202 Later. The Australians are all out for 877, Trumper 104, and Laver 77. Gloucester have no wickets down for six runs.

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THE V.R.C. GRAND NATIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 July 1899

THE V.R. C. GRAND NATIONAL. There was a fair attendance for the open- ing day of the V.R. C. G.N. meeting on Saturday. The following were the results of the racing : — Maiden Hurdle Race.— 2 mileB. Fairlight, 9st 121b ? 1 Sunbrown, 9st 21b ? 2 Atoa, Dst 121b ? 3 Two«year-old Handicap— 7 furlongs. Shell ? ... 1 Quartzreef ? 2 Merriwee .. ... ... 3 Grand National Hurdle Rice— 3 miles. Validis, lOst ... ... 1 Mystery, lOst 41b .. ... 2 Bordcrur. list 101b, ... 3 The Armourer, flst 71b ... 4 Winter Handicap. Talavera ? 1 Titheradge ? .2 Disfigured ? 3 Steeplechase.' Hostile ? 1 Oomboyne ? , ... 2 CampaBpe ? ..3 We have just received J. J. Miller's Sport ing Pamplet for 1S99, As usual it contains a host of information referring principally to horee racing, but every branch of sport is mentioned. It contains entries for the principal Bpring races, together with a goneral record of the pedigrees of horses engaged on Australinn turf, As a book of reference to sporting men it ,is invaluable,...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 July 1899

Cobar Rates Part lot 3, section 1, £1 16s ; Lot 4, sec 8, £3 0s 9d ; Part lot 1, sec 4, £2 7s 9d ; Part lot 1, sets 4, £2 0s 2d ; Lot 1, sec 5,. £9 Gs 8d;,Lot 5, sec 5, £8 10s Id; Lot 5,'sec C, £9 12s 2d ; Lot 6, sec 6, £8 7s lid ; Lot 5, see 8, £7 14s 6d. G0VEBN3IENT TOWN. Lot 1, sec 1, £1 6s 7d ; Lot 2, sec 1, 17s Id ; Lot 8, sec 1, 19s ; Lot 4, sec 1, 17s 5d; Lot 5, sec 1, £1 6s lid ; Lot 6, sec 1, £1 11s 3d; Lot 8, sec 1, £1 Is lOd ; Lot 9, sec 1, 18s ; Lot 10, sec 1, £1 18s' 7d ; Lot 2, sec 3, 18s lOd; Lot 3, sec 8, los 2d ; Lot 7, sec 8, 19s Id; Lot 2s, sec 4, 12s 5d; Lot 10, sec 31, £1 Is lid. NOIITH COBAR. L't 9, £1 8s 9d ; Lot 10, 18s 4d ; Lot 11, 12s 6d; Lot 82, 19s lOd; Lot 36, £2 5s 7cl ; Lot 48, £1 13s 5d; Lot 46, £2 14s ; Lot 72, 2s 6d ; Lot 75, Is lid ; Lot 78, 2s 6d ; Lot 77, £1 18s 7d ; -Lot 79, £2 4s Id ; Lot 84, £2 3s 9d; Lot 98, £2 5s; Lot 99, £1 17s Id; Lot 109, £1 18s 7d;.Lot 110, £1 18s 7d ; Lot 111, £1 17s. 2d ; Lot 112, £1 10s 5d ; Lot 118, £1 Us 3d ; Lot 11...

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WASHINGTON H. SOUL [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 July 1899

WASHINGTON H. SOUL AND CO Do not advertise Cut Price, but for the proterttoa or thi Itnerel |iut-llc. «pp«nd a Hat o! - fe» irtlclti with tin l-rlcM tdrirtliiil I»r th. walled Cut-Ratarm (all of which *n hlil.tr than our rejuLr pricti), and »e i-l»cr ulilo by aide thell pricea and oure, A kind peruaal of tliellitwill aixalc or tself . Out-Bnters1 WMhlngton H. Prices. Soul & Co/a Price'. August Flowor .. '-/» .. .. 2/? Clrerko's Blood Mlxturo 2/8 .. .. 2A Chomloal Food, Squires' 3/2 .. „ 2/. And Ours is genuine* OlomontB1 Tonic .. 3/6 .. „ 3/J Ayor's Sarsnparllla 3/6 „ _ 8/8 Clarke's B41 Pills .. 4/3 „ _ 4/ Morse's Indlnn Root Pills -/10 _ — 78* Mother Selgel'B Pills -/10 _ _ -/9} Cornwall's Malt Extract, 21b. Tin .. 1/3 _ . 1/2 Cutlcura Resolvent, large 4/3 .. _ 9/11. CutlcuraResolvent,im-ll3/2 _ _ 2/2 Cutlcura Plasters 1/- - _ -/'0 Outloura Soap .. -llOi - _ -/10J Marshall's Tonio .. 3/- .. _ 2/i Hunyadl Water ~ 1/3 _ ' _ 1/ Vlohy Watar ? 1/3 _ _ 171 Staarne'BHeadaoheCura/e...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 July 1899

BREVITIES. Half inch rain fell on Sunday. The Australians easily defeated the English Eleven this week. Public Schools re-opened, after the midwinter vacation, this week. This week, Cobar has enjoyed the pleasant sensation of muddy streets. The local mines have from six weeks, to two months water, in their tanks. A young man named Bracewright suicided at Wellington on Monday. The English footballers defeated Central Queensland on Saturday by 10 points to 3. The Uitlanders insist upon equality of language and rights with the Boers. A cyclist named Murphy covered a mile in 57.4-5 seconds, at Brooklyn, (U.S.) on Saturday. A complaint from the White Cliffs miners — that opal buyers on the field are not sufficient in number. The next test match between Eng- land and Australia will commence on Monday next, at Manchester. A Bathurst man named Barrett was run over by a tram in Sydney on Sunday and killed. Dr. Laver, last week, presented all the Australian team with watches made of Australia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 July 1899

llSlf9 fall Bm**^gS? MEAT W. H. Bannister Has much pleasure in announcing to the public of Cobar that owing to the recent rains, which have rendered scrub-Butting and other expensive con tingencies of the , drought unnecess sary, he has decided to reduce the price of Beef and Mutton by \i per pound. Should the season turn out as proB . pects indicate, the public may look forward at an early date to a Further Reduction. Auction Sale. Household Furniture and Effects J. M7 Scott HAS been favored with instructions , by Mrs J. Barker to Sell by Public Auction on the premises Booker-street opposite Orow's Hall, the whole of her Furniture, Comprising : Bedsteads,. Wiro Mattresses, Bedding, Wash Stands, Toilet Sets, Tables, Chairs, Looking Glasses, Chest of Drawers, 8afes, Crockery, Couking Utensils, 'Baths, Galvanized Tanks &c. TERMS CASH. Date of Sale SATURDAY 29th JULY. Time prompt 8 p.m. PLACE,- Beoker Street, opposite Orow'B Hall. J. M. SCOTT, Auctioneer. —- »*. C. B. ELWIIM SO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 July 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 July 1899

P. 5NELS0N, BAKi.li, ?- OM'ECTIONEB, &c, Ll^SL-LY STREET, COBAR. Patroniso P. Snelson, tha rooogniaed Family 'Baker, ? where you will get tbe best if everything .going in his on°' Picnics, Parties, Act eupplied on tho ohorteB, notice, and infaot every description of catering fiiliii, Harcourt Streot, COBAB. PROPRIETORS. MINE 0RDERS_I SPECIALITY. Agents for Band Drill and Backa Rock Co., and all mining requisites. Cnsh Buyers of. scrap cnstinga. Agent for Klondyke Goia Dishes and Auralin — a god-eend to mine managers Blacksmith's Tuyere irons made I .8' I I QJ 6 . \\ e : L-^ — ? — ' i! J. Jospphson, Watch i rii.. V, e v, Jeweller MEDAX.LIST, AND OF ALL K1VDS OP Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., ' BLAYNBT* DIAMOND SETTEE & OPAL GUTTER. 9BECI0US STONES OP EVERY DESCRIP TION ALWAYS IN STOO*. ?pBOPLE IN THE COTJNmY can ^ rely up receiving Prompt Attention FAIE AtfD SQUABE VALUE. ? 3 JOSEPHSON, Blaynay. Three ' ' REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD DRINK Ophir TEA 1— It...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 July 1899

CARPETS, - BEOSTEADS - &M - BEDDING' AND WHERE TO GET IT; A. HALL AND COMPANY, COENEE GEORGE AND LIVERPOOL STREETS. DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, In Tapestry and Plush, Couch, Pair Easv Chairs, and Four Carved Chairs, , for £4 10s. 50 others, 5, 10 to 20 ? ' guineas, at HALLS. BEDROOM SUITE, '_ Wo', i lOr? Wardrobe, Plote- glass I. :;\ i Brewers, Duchess Chest I' Ji-... . , w.th glata attached, Marble; r.V'uh itand-, Towel Bail i : .- no '. ? Chair, £6'Ci/ -. - ? 80 Bedroom Suite; K r '. jt Icom. I HNING-ROOM SUITE, Very Strong A1J Spring'saated and Padded Back ' ChairB, 6 guineas. / 20 others. 7, 12 and 20 guineas, at HALL'S FULL SIZE HALF.TESTER BED. STEAD, Brass Hail, Doublo»wire Mattress, and Set BeBt Bedding, ? £3 15s. 50 Latest Design Bedsteads to select from at HALL'S ;A. J£j&JLJL» &Co THE UNIVr f ' T HOUSE FURNISHERS, 561, 563, 565 and.567 GECBGE-ST. Country C.£. ' packed fret. New Illustrated Furnishing Guide Post Free. GEO. HOOPER *- J?j Begs to inform the Pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 July 1899

When you Have a Bad Cold. You want the best medicine that can be obtained, ami thut is Chamberlain's cough Rsmerly. You want a remedy that will not only give qmok relief, but effect a permanent cure. You want a remedy that will relieve the lungs and keep expectoration easy. You want a remedy that will oounter aot any tendency toward pneumonia. Ynu wnnt a remedy that is pleasant and safe to take. i hamberlain's Cough Itotnody is the only modicine in uso that meets al of thnso requirements. Thin remedy is famous for its euros of bad colds through out the United States and in many for« eign countries. It has many rivals, but, for the speedy and permanent cure of bad colds, stands without a poor and its splendid qualities are everywhere ad mired aud praised. For sale by H, Dal garnii, Chemist, Cob,ar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 July 1899

Distinguished everywhere for - fine natural flavour, purity of material, and careful preparation. Clearance Sale. HAVING decided to relinquish Business in Cobar, ia now holding a Clearance Sale GROCERY . CROCKERY . . Q FANOS GOODS . . I OF ^jp IRONMONGERY . . ;W^^'' ^ LADIES CLOTHING . . BOOTS AND SHOES ... MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING 411 Goods must be Bold ... No reasonable offer refused. Come Early and Secure the Pick of the Bargains. Remember the Address — M. MINOGUE'S BARTON 8TRE/3X- OPPOSITE MASONIC HALL. A Nervous Breakdown. ALL TREATMENTS FAIL, But CLEMENTS TONIC CURES. (bt onjt snout beforteb.) ' I am busy now, but if you will call in the courie of half-an-hour I shall be pleased to answer any questions on the subject of my cure.' This was the answer furnished to our reporter by Mr. J. S. Myers, proprietor of tho Auburn Bakery, Harrow Road, Auburu, near Sydney. Consequently our reporter called again at Mr. Myers' residence, and was shown into the drawing-room, where that gentle...

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Is Woman Superior to Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 July 1899

Is Woman Superior to Man. It is a debatable question whether, in the hours of affliction or adversity, woman exhibits more fortitude than man. As i* sont---vha; ' n«.t.nr».[ thu partisans of cither sos -vi '? 1 -io'. hear anything to iheh1 d;Hii.lvai!t;.,'r from ;the oppjsite. A :noaS numberless instances could be -i .en of the heoric fortitude displayed by both meu and women in hours of sitifering- or danger. But one will suffice, and it h that of Mrs Susan Shute, of 851 Fitzroy-st., Melbourne, who, before she took Bile Beans for Biliousness, had borne the most acute pains of rheumatism with a resignation that men would do well to imitate. This is her story as re lated to a reporter of the Melbourne Mercury : — For four years I suffered so severely from rheumatism that frequently I was scarcely able to move. I could not do my housework, and as I am advancing in years,' the doctor told me that I was incurable, as my kidneys were in a bad way. This almost broke me down, and I gave up...

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Gold Dredging in New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 July 1899

Gold Dredging in New Zealand. In the south of New Zealand the dredging boom still continues, and almost daily new companies are formed. The 24 or 25 dredges whose returns are made public continue to average about 80oz. per week ; there are four which regularly wash up to between 60oz and 100oz. The result is what might be expected — companies are being placed on the market whose prospects of paying are of the most remote character. The advance made up to the present is shown by the fact that while up to -1897 the nominal capital of dredging companies regis tered in Otago amounted to £87,200, there were registered- during the first fourteen days of last month companies with an aggregate capital of £82,600. The total capitalisation of dredging companies registered in Otngo is £508,850, which is a large sum for a mere handful of people. It has its advantages, however, as the money which is paid in dividends is locally distributed. Dredging is giving still better returns in Siberia than...

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A Word in Confidence. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 July 1899

A Word in Confidence. It is a pleasant duty to give honor, where justly due, but in this age we reserve the right to exercise our dis- cretion as to what is worthy of praise. We must not, however, in our caution, fail to discriminate. Must not condemn the Navy because one officer blunders ; must not ridicule or underestimate the valor of our entire fire department because one fireman forgets his dicipline ; must not mock at religion becaise one member goes wrong ; must not sneer at the entire medical profession because one physician makes a mistake, nor decry all proprietary medicines because some lack merit. Whilo it is the duty of everyone to avoid the ardent pretender, one should give credit when merited. You may rely with confidence upon the follow, ing statement from a prominent Australian : Dr Robert Shaw, L.D.S., M.B., D.A., Rockhampton, writes : ' I have much p'easure in stating that I prescribed Warner's Safe Cure vory frequently whilst acting as medical officer on tho Cair...

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Mr T. C K. McKell. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 July 1899

Mr T. C. K. McKell. Our old friend, Mr T. C. K. McKell, has been relieving at Dubbo for some considerable time. His notice of re- moval came last week, and the court officials were very loud in their praises of him. Mr Fitzgerald, a Dubbo solicitor, in concluding a very flatter- ing address, said 'He wished him   promotion to the highest position on the magistracy, and was sure that its attainment was only a matter of time.' ' Will Honeycomb,' that bright   and clever contributor to the Dubbo Dispatch, says: — 'Most people are     sorry that Mr T. C. McKell, who has been acting P.M. since Mr Donald- son's promotion to Newcastle, is going away. It would, perhaps, have been more pleasant if he had been allowed to remain, but the most worshipful the high and mighty lords who con- trol the Civil Service have willed it otherwise, and there is nothing for us to do but submissively to bow to their decision. It is the misfortune of a relie...

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