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GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 July 1899

GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE, The Grand National Steeplechase was run at Melbourne on Saturday, and resulted as follows : — Grand National Steeplechase, a handicap swoopstako of Id soys eaoh, or 2 sovs only if declared, with 1000 added ; second horso to receive 200 and third 100 sovs out of tho stake. About 3 .miles 1 furlong. .„ .' | Mysore', by 'Wellington— Miss Edge Syrsi Ost (J J Allan) ' ... .: 1 Domino, by Landborouj,'h — Bolgraviu, aged, 12Bt 1011. (A Williams) ... 2 Ouyon, by Boolka — Eira, aged lOst 01b (W Douglas) ... . . 3 Betting— 3 to 1 against Floater, 6 to 1 .Doiniuo, 7 to 1 Hayseed and Vigil, 10 to 1 Pirate, IB to 1 Ditto, Ouyen and Happy Jaok, 20 to 1 Mysore and Euro, 30 to 50 to ono others. Domino and Mysore woro togothor over the last ienco, aud a fluo raco ousuod up the straight for homo. Mysoro gradually wore down Domino, and won by a short head Ouyen was third, several lengths away. Euro fourth, Troy fifth, Britomarto sixth, and Happy Jaok last. Time, 6min 42sec...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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English Cricket Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 July 1899

English Cricket Fixtures. July 20 —Match at Crystal Palace. July 24— At Kennington Oval, at Surrey. July 27 — At Brighton, v Sussex. July 31— At Lord's, v M.C.C and Ground. Aug 8 — At Portsmouth, v Hamp- shire. . . Aug 7— At Birmingham, v War- wickshire. . . . ?? Aug 10— AtCanterbury,''y Kent. Aug 14-; — At Kennington Oval, Eugland v Australia (Test.). ; dug 17 — At Cheltenham, v. Glou cestershire. ' ..''?' Aug 21 — At Lord's, v Middlessex. Aug 24— At Taunton, v Somerset.' Aug 28 — At .Liverpool, v Lanca shire. . . Aug 51— At Scarborough, v an Eleven of En:laivl. Sep. 4 — At. Huntings, v South of England.

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The Football Programme for 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 July 1899

The Football Programme for 1899. The following is the programme of the international and intercolonial fixtures for the season :— July 20— Eugland v Maryborough, lit Maryborough . July 22 — England v Australia, at Bris« bano July 25 — England v Now England, at Armidalo. July 27— England v Northern Brunch, at Nowcastlo. July 29— England v New South Wales, at Sydney. August 1 — England vJMetropolitan Branch at Sydney. ?August 3— England v Great Public Sohools, at Sydney. August S — England v Australia, lit Syd. noy. Aujjust fl — England v Western Dibtriot, at Bathurst. August 12 — England r Australia, at Sydney. ?Subjeot to Euglinlimeu'i approral.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

Chronic Dyspepsia / ...TWO YEARS, / And Cured by / WARNER'5 SAFE CURE ,' For a period of two years 1 was agreat sufferer from indigestion in tie form of chronic dyspepsia. What Isuffered from vomiting, pains in the chest and head, hysteria and im poverished blood, I cannot describe. I consulted three doctors, and tried many so-called remedies, but without deriving any benefit whatever. In the end I was persuaded to try Warner's Safe Cure. I took several bottles be fore I found it doing me any good, but I kept on, and when I had taken my fourteenth bottle I was completely cured. This ? is now fifteen months ago, ar-d ever since I have b-en in perfect health. I feel that I owe not only my health but my' life to this medicine. - . B, G. MARGARET ATcDONALD, Albert St., Chowton, Vic.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

The Cobar Berribunffie Gold mining Company, No Liability. NOTICE is hereby fiivan that an Extraordinary General Meeting of the above Compary will be held at the office of the Company, Barton-street, Cobar, on Tuesday; 8th August, 1899, at 8 p.m. . BUSINEB8: To consider, and if thought fit, pass resolutions authorising the voluntary winding up of the Company, the for mivti n of a new Company, and such other business as may be legally brought forward at the meeting. JOHN ANDREW, Legal Manager. Cobar, 25th July, 1899. COBAR DISTRICT # # HOSPITAL ANNUAL BALL. A. Plain and Fancy DreBs Ball in aid of the funds of th» Will be hold on Wednesday, Qth August, 1899 Under the management of the Ladies of Cobar. Tickets-Double ... 10s 6d Gentleman's 7s 6d Lady's ... 6s Od Admission to gallery 2s Od A Juvenile Ball will be held in con nection with the above. JOHN LEAH, SecrsUry. Notice. THE private road known as ' To Nymagee Station Road' will be dosed, on and after this date. There are- five neyr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

Regulations relating to Leasos of Water Races, Drains, Dams, and Reservoirs for mining purposes. SCHEDULE III. Notice Inviting Objections to Application. I HEREBY give notice that appli cation by the undermentioned person has been lodged with me for a lease of five acres of land situated at Mount Drysdale, county of Robinson, parish of Moquilamba, for the purpose of constructing a dam, reservoir, and wa ter races for collecting storm water in connection with mining for go id, and any persons who desire to object to the granting of such application must, on or before the fifteenth day of August, 1899, lodge with mo and forward; |q, the applicant at the address giyetjje'i low a notice in writing undw'|hejr hand and containing their addro'fw, setting forth clearly the grounds of objection. And I further give noticu that if any objection, .together with a deposit of £5, be lodged as aforesaid, an enquiry into such application and objeotion will be held by the Warden, at a plaoe and on a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

P. SNELSON, .1 ,KEB, CONFICCTIONEB, 4c, ??'. LINSLEY STKKEl', COBAE. P»troni«e P. Suehon, the !. recognised ' J?nmUy . Baker, where jou will get tbo best ? if everything going. in hi§ . ' ? ° ' . Picnics, Parties, te.t ? supplied on tho shortes, notico, and in fact every ? . , . deaoription of catering .:,_...'.:', executed. - ? ?.. -: ? . Karcourt Streot, ? . ' COBA«- SreySm., PROPRIETORS. MINE 0BDHBS_A_ SPECIALITY. Agents for Band Drill and Eacka Rock f'o., and all mining rpquisiteB. Cash Buyers of scrap castings. Agent for Klondyka Gold Dishes and Auralin — a god-send to mine managers Blacksmith's Tuyere irons made ?!^-i8 ^ i 1 Ifejll .fella | I ip^l 'Sfi!!S?r s . a o^. ?*- § » i Je Josephsoi), Watchmaker, Jeweller OF ALL KINDS OP Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., DIAMOND SETTEE & OPAL CUTTER. PBEOIOUS STONES OP EVER7 DESCB1P TION ALWAYS IN STOCK. OEOPIiE IN THE COUNTBY can i. rely up receiving Prompt Attention PAIB AjTD SQUARE VALUE. J JOSEPHSON. Blaynay....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

3\ Begs to inform the Public that he has «-£{§i been appointed Sole Agent for Cobar ^§ and District for the Celebrated ? smsm — ? — ~ ? ~ am- THESE WATCHES are without doubt the best timekeepers in t'-o World, and are made specially strong for Biding and knocking about in the Country. They are made in Gentlemen's sizes, Open Face and Double Sterling Caflis, and every 'Watoh is guaranteed. .????? GEO. HOOPER, . Watchmaker & Jeweller, Marshall Street, Cot m. , Sulphide Corporation Limited, COCKLE CREEK WORKS, N.S.W. Ores & Concentrates pur ( chased on specially favourable tariff for nett cash. I A. E. SAVAGE, Manager, Cooxl- Cbxxe. Conservatoire of Music, Weii Cobar, N.S.W. MRS. - 'PLATTEN Pupil of Signors Garcia and JSevig nam, and Dr. Wylde, MISS LATHA^E. PLATTEN, Senior Honors Sydney Collego of Music, Senior Honors Australian College of Music, HECEIVE PUPILS FOR Singing, Violin, Piano, Theory, Harmony and Counterpoint. EQUAL- TO THE BEST Um '; Una EXCELLED BY NONE 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

HEBE'S GRATITUDE. HOW SHIS UEMBERED THE MAN WHO CUBED HER FOOT. I was a full fledged M.D. once and never should have thought of adopting my present profusion if it hadn't -beem for a queer acoident which occurrsd when Iflrst huogoutmyshiagle. I.bad a rioh ?oigabour, a man I- was bound t- propitiate, and the very first call I had, after days ef waiting for patients whs didn't come, was to his bars to see what was tbematterwitb bis sick mire. I cured the mare and teoli in my shingle, for from that day to this I've never prescribed for a human being. I bad won a reputation as a voterinary surgeon and bad to stiok to it. But's that's neither here nor there, only if you think animal* can't alow gratitude aad affection perhaps you'll chance your mind. When 1 had been in practice a year or two, I sent for my brother Dick. He was a wonderful ohap with all kinds of arimult, and I thought perhaps I could work out of luy part of it and leavo tkat for him. I never did, ior Dick's a cotton breke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

What Oh! -'-Z 'My ohild,' said the hospital chaplain, bending over the bod of the little boy from the slums with a broken Jog, ' do not griovo at your calamity. Bo sure chat it's best for you to be here.' 'What hoi' Baid the pale-faced boy, as he glanced admiringly at the clean cota and the flowers on tha table. ' It ia all right to be 'ere, guv'nor ; and I'm agoin' to git run over atj'in as soon aB 1 gitB out — strike me pink if I don't.' O woman I Even as you oat You show you're evor fiokle— You munoh with joy at something sweet, And next devour a piokle.

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An Oyster's Age. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

An Oyster's Age. He who wishes may find oat the exact age of an oyster, though ho has not the tell-tale evidence in teeth. The linos in the groove of the hinge of the shell tell the whole story, each line representing a year. An oyster is of age at four years— that is, he is old enough to vote, take care of a family, and go to market. Going to market is a disastrous under taking, for a four-year-old oyster is particularly palatable; By this it must not be supposed that after an oyster has passed tho four-layer period, and has five, six, or even ten wrinkles, he is a back numbor. Indeed, there are records of oysters being eaton just after cele brating their thirtieth birthday, and in most cases they formed a delicate meal. Thirty is an unusual age for an oyster to attain, because few are given an opportunity to live so long. If left to onjoy life in his own way, it is quite probable that tho oyster would become an ootogenarian, or even a centenarian.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

When you Have a Bad Cold. You want tho host modicino that can bo obtained, .and that is Chamberlain's oough Remedy. You want a remedy that will not only givo quick relief, hut effect a permanent euro. You want a remedy that will reliovo tho lungs and keop oxpootoration easy, You want a remody that will counter act any tendency toward pneumonia. You -want a remedy that ia pUaaant and safe to take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ii the only medicine in use that moats al of thflso requirements. This romadr is famous for its cures of bad colds through out tho Unitod States and in many for eign countries. It has many rivals, but, or tho Bpoedy nnd pormanant euro of bud colds, ttfinilB without a poor and ita pplondid qualitio.s aro ?verywhoro ad mired uud pntijod. JTor »»lo by H. Dulgarno, Chsmiit, Cobar. liken Hot | / at Bedtime. 1 ? 3 Medical Men in Parts recommend | the use of warm alcoholic drinks | for the cure of | INFLUENZA COLDS. | The best, most reliable, and agreeable remedy for the...

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Can the Queen do Wrong ? [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

Can the Queen do Wrong ? There was a time when kings and queens wore thought to exist by Di vine right, and were incapable of do ing wrong. But we know nowadays that no person is infallible, be that person king or queen or subject. As to whether a king would do wrong, that is quite another matter, but it is certain that they would be doing wrong if they refused ts take Bile Beans for Biliousness when suffering from any ailment arising from im paired digestive organs. Bile Beans are daily working most marvellous cures throughout the colonies. They ar ) not a cure-all, but they will cure what we claim for them. . They hold the palm above all other laxative re medies of tho present day, as they do not weaken or distress tho patient, as most other remedies do. They are of vegetable composition, and are the re sulis of years of a patient research on tho part of an American medical man of much eminence. For all com plaints such as biliousness, indiges tion,- constipation, sick and nervous...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

tYe Cyclists! A Just a Moment there OT — ? -?f^- - r' REMOVAL NOTICE M.' J. CQRBETT^ WISHES to inform patrons nnd the public generally that he has re moved from the old shop in Goold's Terrace, to those centrally ?ituated premises in Prtdulu's Terrace, Marshall Street, unti recently occupied by the Coimos Cycle Co. Latear Models of the famous, Maseey-Harris Bisycles on view . The Silver Ribbon Wheel A large workihop, fquipped nuperior to anything West of Sydnoy, is attached, and all repairs will be promptly and faithfully executed. For full p»rticular« re purchase of Bicycke, write to M. J. Corbett ANT TERMS ARRANGED. --«ste*^II©CIC-BOT'r OM FMICES. WISHES to. inform Ins patrons and the residents of Gobai and District that lie has purchased the 'VST'laLOoi-w-rigH-tiaaLg sa.xj.ci - - ^ ? — - - lOlB^ClEBJaai-fclxilXS 33-ULSilO.OSB Carried on by Messrs TomlirLs1 'and Simon at the Corner oi Linsley and Becker Streets, and thah he will con- i-t? . tinue the same at the new Shop. .-?;... ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

Cobar's Old Favorite JEWELLER, ^ Marshall-st., COBAR, Invites Inspection of the Magnificent Stock NOW on viow in hii beautifully flttod shop in MARSHALL STREET^ ThiB iplendid selection of modern Jewollory, Electroplated Ware, Wfttohes and Chains, ,»»d high-class Table Cutlery is offered to the Oobar public at V ? - . . LESS THAU STDNET PKICH1 Special Lino I Unequalled Value ! . Q THE FEDERAL LEVER WATCH, at 15s Only, /^jS\ Guaranteed for 12 monthr Specially imported from Europe hj EpvC5^-)'M 3VC. A. S»AT3TJXmA XflSn^ Latest Novolty from London— Natty Pandant.'gold dova with prstty imitiyit In mouth instead of olire leaf, Very cheap and ftafcionabl*. Persons with Weak or Failing Sight can bo fitted by Mr PADULA with jmt th gUsaei they need. Mr Padula is iole agont for that naw and successful London invention jt^ygjgg&Sg&r ^ilwr^i Which combines help to the-sigkt '\J ^aaa**' ^^ elegance in appearance, and comfor J -i - . ^Vk 'and economy to the woiirer. INSPECTION INVI...

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Funny Facts About Food. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

Funny Facts About Food. The saying that 'what is one man's, meat is another man's poison ' still holds good ; and its equivalent is met with in Dther languages besides our own. We are all ot us glad to avail ourselves of tho fruits and vegetables of distant countries, and' do not manifest any hesitation in 'tasting' those we know are eaten by others . But it is curious that we cannot without difficulty bring ourselves to cat their meat — any more than in many cases they can be induced to eat ours. There is no real reason, for instance, why a puppy properly bred and fed should not bo as good as a rabbit : what Englishman would eat a little doggie ? It is not merely sentimental prejudice, for it required the terrible starvation of besieged Paris to induce Europeans to eat rats and mice, which tho ordinary Chinaman regards, as dainties. ?It is said- that Bince tho siege of Paris the taste of the Parisian for such strange meats as horse and donkey flesh, has been developed, and that the...

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The Last of the Pirates; OR, DOOM DRIVEN. A Romance of the End of Ocean Outlawry. SUMMARY OF OPENING CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

The Last of the Pirates; OK, DOOM E» ES a ~W XB 3NT - A Romance of the End. of Ocean Outlawry.* . ? ? ? ? ? -\ ? By COl., Prentiss Ingraham, Author of ' Merle the Mutineer ' Sec, &c. ? SUMMARY OP OPENING CHAPTERS. The story opons in a graphically-described picturesque scene near Chesapeake Bay. The house is : an old one, and is eaid to have belonged to ' Tlie Last of the Pirates ' — a phrase remarkable in modern times. In an oaken chest in this place the author finds MSS. , upon which the romance is founded. The narrative proper begins with a most pathetic description of a boat adrift at sea. In this boat are an old negress, a young boy, and the dead mother of the latter— a lady richly attired. A smartly-fitted and armed schooner picks the boat up, and the captain recognises the dead lady, gives a silent sea funeral to the negress. and the latter, and takes the boy, the only survivor, to his heart. We next find the, American war-schooner .Nemesis, commanded by Captain Randol...

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New Zealand Approves of Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

New Zealand Approves of Federation.   Politically the people of Maoriland lead the world. And the most demo- cratic people on earth are so impressed with the beauties of the Federal Con- stitution, with its glittering Braddon Spot, that a meeting at Auckland lately assembled itself together and resolved : — ' That in the opinion of this meeting, the Federal Constitution of ? Australia is the most noble monu ment of Government that human wisdoir and statesmanship had yet evolved ; just and enuitable to the confederated States, and carefully con serving the rights and liberties of each, in all matters purely local ; and this meeting expresses its entire approval of the same.' The M.L. people know at least a little about democratic in stitutions, and this opinion ought to count for something.

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A Municipal Point. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 July 1899

A Municipal Point. At Albury the other day a point of some interest was raised in the police court during tho hearing of a prose- cution by the police of a local firm of butchers for slaughtering cattle with- out first giving 12 hours notice. The Bench said a trouble existed with them as to the power of the Inspector General to make the appointment to be carried out by the police. Tie Act of 50 years ago has never b^n repoaled, and that fluve power c^'y to the MayoL and Alderman to apjoiut an inspector of slaughter yard;- If that was so, thero was no case- The police proved that they gaze-^ed the appointment of ono of their members, but the Bench maintair.ej? ^ut the Iuspector-Gonoral of Polco had no power to raako tho appoMtmout until the old Act had been r^ealed. Even tually, at tho request of the Bench, the defendants ploaded guilty, and a fine of £5 was imposed, but the Bench said they would recommend that the fine be remitted.

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