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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

P. SNELSON, EAKKB. CONFECTIONER, ke., LINSLEY STREET, .COBAR. Patroniie P. Sneleon, the reoogniied Family Baker, wher* you will get tho beit if ertrythiag going in hii Picnien, Parties, Ao.t supplied on the'inortes, notice, and in fact ererj deaoription of catering executed, rain muff, ?arcourt Streot, COBAR. Bre? Bros.. PROPRIETORS. MINI ORDERiT SPECIALITY. - Agenti for Rand Drill ond Backa Bock Co., and all mining requisite*. Cath Buyers of scrap csitings. ? Agent for Kloniyke Gold Disbes and Joiralin — a god-send to mine managers BUokamith's Tuyere irona made l#i 5, ill IHJS1 -111118 I- Itfh P» * ii J. Josephsoii, Watchmaker, Jeweller ? 3ME J3D ALLIST, .WJLWiDrFAd^lTiBElE OF AMi JUND8 OF Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., -BL A YJNT B T»— DIAMOND SETTEE & OPAL CUTTER. JBE010US STONES OP EVEBY DESOSIP IIOHALWATS IN ST0C«. tDEOPLB IN THE COTJNTET can ^ rely up receiving Prompt Attention FAIB A&D SaUAEB VALUE. ' J JOSEPHSON, Blayn«y Three EEASONS WHY Y...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

GEO. HOOPER 51*-* J-j Begs to inform the Public that he has -&§M been appointed Sole Agent for Cobar ill and District for the Celebrated /^^^^^^ WILSON flB^«^l§|8| WI1.S0K THESE WATCHES are without doubt the best timekeepers in the World, and are made specially strong for Biding and knocking about in the Country. . b They are made in Gentlemen's sizes, Open Face and Double Sterling . Oases, and every Watch is guaranteed. ° GEO. HOOPER, Watchmaker & Jeweller, .-: Marshall Street, Colar. Sulphide ^fgj^-^ Pnnnnra'i-inH Conservatoire of Music, uorporation .w«o»«ln.b.w. Limited, MRS - flatten — ^— '- — ~ Pupil of Signors Garcia and JSevig nani, and Dr. Wylde. COCKLE CBBEK WOBKS, N.S.W. ^ wam- ? ? + Senior Honors Sydney College of Music, Senior Honors Australian College Ores & Concentrates pur- ^^ pob f chased on specially favourable Singing, Violin, Piano, Theory, \ tariff for nett cash. Harmony ana Counterpoint. I A. E. SAVAGE, Mantgtr, Coouj Csnx. ? EQUAL TO THE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

IM OTId E. WISHES to inform his patrons and the residents of Cohar : and District that lie has purchased the . - - - Bla^olSBiaa.i'bila.lxi.g 3Su.slzi.eBB .;_' Carried on by Messrs Tomlina and Gimon at the Corner of Linsley and Becker Streets, and that, he will con ..?'' tinue the same at the new Shop. ? . * ?''* OLD ESTABLISHMENT IHJQUEIH ST., IS NOW CLOSED. ADELAIDE GKAND NATIONAL HURDLE, 12th August— Or'inary Bach 25,000 Subscribem at 5. SPRING HANDICAP, 12th A uguRt,— Ordinary and Special. Eacli 25,000 Subecribera at 5. METROPOLITAN STAKES, 12th September,— Ordinary and Bpecial, Each 25,000 Subscribers at 5. DEMONSTRATION HANDICAP, 2nd October.— Ordinary. 60,000 Subscribers at 5. OAULFIELD CUP, Special nod Ordinary, each 100.000 at 5. MELBOURNE CUP, Special, 100.000 at 5, Ordinary, 100,000 »t 6 and 20 respectively. For full particulars road o''t printed circulars, 8gp Address — TATTERS A L L Oaro fl-TSO A DAMS. HO 3AHT, TASMANT A. / ??;? Chemist- -Surgical & Mechanical ^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, 81st July, 1899. TENDEE3 are invited for Provision of Hat rooms and Lavatories and Erection of Fencing, Wrightville Public School, via Cobar. For condi tions, see Government Gazette. Plans and specifications may be ceen at the School, and at the Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, where Tenders will be received up to noon on Moi:lay, the 21st August, 1899. J. A. HOGUE. 8a-46. Court Bouse. Nymagee, July 26, 1899. LICENSING COUETS for the District of Nymagee will be held »t the Court House, Nymagee, viz., SPECIAL COUET, Friday, Sep tember 15, 1899, at noon. QUAETERLY COUET, Friday, October 20, 1899, at noon. H. D. EDWAEDS, D. C. 4d-28. Machine Shearers. PENS vacant September and Octo^ ber sheds, near Eailway lines. Apply quickly, J. H. YOUNG & CO., Shearing Contractors, 88 Spring Street, Sydney. Tenders. TENDEES are invited for work only in the erection of an hotel at Wrightville. Plans and specifications, together with all parti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

-]] WILL'S ]!'4D. ^ celebratsdJJ — ^l ^*7p CIGARETTES *J T 4DPER PACKET or 10 A Grand ' GEISHA FAIR?- ISf AID OF THE it. c?. 'Oiorcnrtojo: ? Wilt BE HETiD IN THE — Masonic Hall During Eace Week. The-^ SYDNEY COFFEE PALACE o^Hotel LOWER DOMAIN JAfflES~~ATQUIN PEOPEIETOE. Comfort I CleanlineBsl Civility Cheapness I SAXTON & BINNS TIMBER AND JOINERY MERCHANTS. ?'yrmont, Sydney. Oheajest and BeatHoutoin the Colony for TIMBER, JOINERY, MOULDING, & BUILDING Materials of all deacriptio&i. Enamelled and Plain Mantelpiece! in great Tariety. Gluts in bulk or glazed at Lotreit Current Rates. BKND for current PRICfl LIST. Metropolitan ip ?^Hotel, -COBAE— (Late of Young), HAS tho pleasure to inform the Cobar and TraTeUing Public that the hai taken the abore well-known old»ostabliihed hotel, and truati by civility and prompt attention to the wants of cuitomen to r«« etirt a fair iliare of publio patronage. Comfortable Accommodation, All the Best Brands of Liquon stocked. N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

tYe Cyclists ! A Just a Moment there nm _^- REMOVAL NOTICE M. J. CQRBETT^* WISHES to inform patrons and the public genet&lly that he Kas.Te mored from the old shop in G-oold'a Terrace, to those centrally situated premises in Padula'a Terrace, Marshall Street, unti recently occupied by the Coimos Cycle Co. Latent Models of the famous MneBoy-Harris Bicycles on view. The Silver Ribbon Wheel. A large workshop, equipped superior to anything 'West of Sydney, is attached, and all repairs will be promptly and faithfully executed. For full particulars re purchase of Bicycles, write to M. J. Corbett A1NY TERMS ARRANGED. ?mum rorr'inHrirntni prices. ibook ! v lsitors ! Look THIS LIX 'EM. W. MACPHEJaSON BARLEY HOW HOTEL, COEHEB PARK AND OASTLESEASH STREETS, SIDNEY. - ?? ? ' COCKATKIOB (Aibo's) UNSWEETENED GIN, 28 9d per bottle. GIN, 2»9d per bottle. GIN, 2. 9d per bottle. GIN, 2e 9d per bottlt. ' PercuBB '. . Perbottl* 728 Henne8By'« ?*♦ Brandy ? ... 69 Why pay more f 43b Australian Boo...

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Are Women Wise? [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

Are Women Wise? The nature of the answer to this question will greatly depend upon the personality of the individual to whom the query be addressed. If you ask the crotchety old bachelor, or the woman-hater you will receive a most passionate 'No' for an answer ; and   if you ask the love sick young man, you will receive an equally passionate ' Yes' as a reply. But the bachelor, the woman-hater, and the lady wor- shipper must all answer '' Yes' to the question, ' was Mrs M. J. Brown, of Filbert street, Bowden, Adelaide, wise when she took Bile Beans for Bil- iousness to cure herself of severe attacks of constipation and indigestion, from which she suffered for 12 years?'   Eead Mrs Brown's story and judge of the wisdom of her action for your selves. ' For over twelve years,' siiys the lady, ' I suffered from severe constipation and indigestion, with all the painful aud disagreeable accom paniments that are known to every sufferer from constipation. I con sul...

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Nymagee. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

Nymagee. (From our Correspondent.) It is with feelings of regret I have to report the death of one of our highly respected and well known townsmen, viz., Mr N. Martin, who until recently acted here in the ca- pacity of underground manager for the Nymagee Copper Mining Co. Death was due to cancer. About four months ago his complaint became so troublesome that he was compelled to resign his position. He was confined to his bed for about five weeks, till the end came at 6 o'clock on Monday morning. He was 68 years of age. Being an old resident of this place, he was well respected and his loss as a citizen will be greatly lamented. He leaves a wife only to mourn his loss. The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon. The Nymagee Brass Band headed the cortege, playing the 'Dead March in Saul,' and Bee-   thoven's Funeral March, which added   greatly to the solemnity of the occa- sion. The Rev W. W. Rogers offici- ated at the grave. Another death I have to report ...

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

Topics of the Week. With the exception of the dastardly attack made upon the integrity of the Premier, which all admirers of manly fair play and dignity in the public life of the country rejoice to know utterly and completely failed in its despicable purpose, the debate on the Address-in-Reply to the Governor's speech was in many respects admir- able, and much of the criticism of the Government and its policy being at once called for, just and moderate in its tone. Mr Wise, not always dis- creet in his reflections on mankind, and betimes strangely erratic in his   political attitude on most questions outside the championship of nation- hood, in regard to which he has ever rendered unswerving loyalty, distin- guished himself in the debate by a re- view of the Premier's conduct, both in connection with the national question and his treatment of the finances, which, while most searching and tren- chant, was fair as it was fearless and whole hearted. As we anticipated, the ...

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Laziness Breeds Evil. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

Laziness Breeds Evil. True as this is in general life, it is equally true that a sluggish and in- active liver is the cause of innumerable evils and complaints, such as jaundice, indigestion, furred tongue, sour stomach, flatulency, bitter oily taste in the mouth, frequent headaches,   pain in the right side or under shoulder-blades, cosfciveness, general   depression, a slet-py tired feeling a ter every rreal, restlessness, if not, total inability to secure natural bleep at uight, etc. If any of theso symptoms are present, it is evident tho liver is not acting properly, and Warnir's Safo Cure should at onco be employed; being tho best tested romedy for liver ; diseato in Australia. A few doses will prove this statement. Mr Robert Shaw, L.D.S., M.B., D.A., Rockhampton, says : ' I have much pleasure in stating that I pres cribed Warner's Safe Curo very fre nuently whilst acting as medical officer on tho Cairns-IIerbGrton Railway Contract, and obtained more s...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

Local and General CRIBBAGE TOURNAMENT. — Amongst the attractions at the Cobar School of Arts at present is a cribbage tournament. About 20 members are competing and several rounds have been played off already. Police Court — Albert Thomson was fined 40s for carrying firearms on Sunday. George Lane was fined £3 for using indecent language. James Collins was fined 20s for drunkenness, and £3 for indecent language. On Holiday. — Mr Thompson, postmaster at Drysdale, has received a month's holidays which he proceeded to enjoy on Thursday   last. He intends visiting the Maitland dis- trict. Mr Robert Lee, from the Cobar office, is acting postmaster at Drysdale now. An 'Off' Break — In the last English Eleven cricket match against the Australian Eleven, the London 'Evening News ' states   that Gunn, who made 52 not out, re- peatedly smothered Howell's tremendous off- break by stepping across his wicket and allowing the ball to shake some of the pipe- clay out of h...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

A Merited Tribute. — The following appears in the Insurance Times of New York — 'Copies of the fiftieth annual report.. of the Australian Mutual Provident Society   reached New York on 24th May. This splendid company, which is an illustration of   everything a life insurance company should be, is older than nearly all thr American companies. Evidently life insunanco made an eurly start in Australia. And it was not a !n]se start. Our enterprising neighbour to tho south of tho Hawaiian Islands hns been free, to a great extent, from the im becilities that havo afflicted the life insurance system in the United States. The business h.is bt.en kept in tho hands of educated men. '1 h* impossible has not. been attempted, and the :oiult is very gratifying to all concerned. Tho annual mtetinR of members of the society was announced to be held in the Hall of iho Young Men's Christian As-ociation, at Sydney, on M,iy 19th. This j-ear'a ropo- t is called a jubilee report...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Cobar Municipal Council was held in the Council Chambers on Wednesday evening. Present: Aldermen Snelson (Mayor), James, Kinkead, Bailey, Musgrove, Hunt, Duffy, Morrison and Hogan. CORRESPONDENCE. A letter was received from Mr Spence asking for additional information regarding the new water scheme, and saying that Mr Minister Lee had promised to attend to the matter at an early date. Alderman Duffy said the Government was simply dilly-dallying over the matter. In the first place they promised to advance the money as soon as the Council had passed the necessary resolutions, but no money had been received yet. Now the minister wanted further particulars which would cause more delay. It seemed to him that there was going to be no finality about the water scheme. Considering the anxious time residents had just experienced, the Government should show more considera- tion to the water scheme. The Mayor said the action of the Govern- ...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

BREVITIES. Remember Wednesday next The Hospital Ball. An Australian Victory — Trumper's   300 not out. Strange that fish is weighed in its own scales.     See Cobar Turf Club's race pro-   gramme in this issue.   A Co-operative Butchery has been     commenced in Cobar. Seldom at home when needed — friends and umbrellas. Condobolin show, held last week, was a great success. A quiet marriage took place in Cobar on Saturday morning last. Cobar' s Brass Band was promin- ently in evidence on Saturday even- ing.         It is anticipated that there will be close on 200 persons at the Hospital ball next Wednesday. The Lachlander, a Condobolin journal, now publishes a 'special   country edition.' When is a spider's life the happiest?   Usual precocious youth : 'When its   life is hanging by a thread.' The Federa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

An important sale of furniture, etc. is announced by Mr Musgrove for Monday next. Splendid opportuni- ties are offered. Constable Ballantyne, who had a severe attack of typhoid fever, is now at his post again, looking (if anything) much improved after his illness. Last week the Labor Party expelled Messrs Sleath & Ferguson; now they   are sorry they did so, and on Tuesday next they will most probably veto their first decision. Mr David Miller, Inspector of Public Offices, arrived in Cobar on Thursday, his principal business being to adjust the financial difficulties of the muni- cipal separation now about to take place. The only imported cigarettes for 4d per packet of 10. These are Wills' celebrated 'Capstan' cigarettes, ob-   tainable at all tobacconists. Speaking on Saturday, the Premier said immediately Federation was dis- posed of, the Government meant to clear up the situation by forcing the Opposition to fight.

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Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

Telegrams. SIDNEY. Friday.     In the Assembly on Wednesday Mr Reid moved the adoption of the Fed-   eral Address to the Queen, in a short speech. He was followed by Mr Bar- ton, who moved an amendment desir- ing that a reference to the first Federal Referendum be made in the Address. The discussion continued till a late hour, when the amendment was de- feated by 40 to 21. Mr Want, who arrived in Melbourne yesterday, says he intends to tell a sensational story in the Council next Wednesday regarding the correspon- dence which passed between himself and the Premier; also with regard to   his cables to the Anti- bill League. He adds that in London everybody will have nothing but Federation, and there will be no trouble about the pas-     sage of the Enabling Bill through the Imperial Parliament. Speaking on the Federal Address, Mr Haynes declared that as soon as Federation was out of the way the Ministry wou...

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Mount Drysdale. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

Mount Drysdale. To the Editor. Sir, — Seeing the depression at present existing on this field for want of water to crush and other causes, would it not be advisable for some of the many investors   in mining properties to interview Mr Warden Brown, and request that gentle- man to represent to the Honorable the Minister for Mines the wisdom of the Government undertaking to sink a shaft say 600 feet on some of the many for- feited mining tenements? This is one way of giving the field a proper test. That fabulously rich goldbeariug ore has been found in years gone by, both in the Drysdale and Eldorado properties cannot be denied ; but there cannot be a con- jecture formed of what is below the 300 feet level. Should the experiment prove a success, every claim on the Billagoe and Drysdale mountain ranges would be re-pegged and energetically worked by speculators, and the benefits derived   therefrom by the consolidated revenue would a thousand fold repay this sm...

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Gilgunnia. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

Gilgunnia. (From our own Correspondent.) Next week we hope to hear the noise of the stampers at the battery again. This will be only a short crushing, as there are only 3 different parcels of stone to go through. The Dream will have between 50 and 60 loads, the Four Mile Prospectors about 25, and the Hidden Treasure about 5 loads. The Hidden Treasure has lately struck a rich vein, and will put this lot through to test the value of same. At the Trilby (at the Four Mile) some more specimens have been un- earthed. The men there are working to try and find the reef from which these have been washed away. The Eight-Hour claim has nearly finished sinking, but, as far as I can ascertain, have not struck anything payable. This will make the shaft 180 feet deep. The May Day is still sinking on Govt aid. The shaft is now about 170 feet down. There have not been any new developments. More rain is wanted to make the grass grow. The crops around here look very promising.

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 5 August 1899

Correspondence. We do not in anyway identify our- selves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.

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