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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

STATUTORY DECLARATION. I, Sjiuh Col«, of 2 FurvM-Umt, Fortii Lodgk Sydnev, in tlie Colony of New South Wnles. do solemnly ami sincerely declare thai I have carefully rend the mmcxtd document, consisting of eleren folios nm! co.Mcutively numbered from one to eleven, and that it contains a true nnd faithful nccount of my illnees and cure by Clements Tonic, and alio contains iny full permission to publish the lame in any way ; and I malic this solemn declaration conicicnfiously Ijelievlmr ihe tame to hi truer, and by virtue of the provisions ? f an Act made and passed in the ninth year of the reljn of her present Majesty,. intituled ? An Act fci the more effectual aboliiicn of Oaths and Affirmation! taken and made in the various Departments of the Government of New South Wales, and to tubltitutl Declarations in lieu thereof, and for the supprestloi of voluntary and extra-judicial Oaths and Affidavit! ' Declared at «*dn«y, this 13th dav of June, ISOt bofon mi. JOHN 8TRACUAN. J.P. 7 ^^__...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

and MMVUEK ADVKRTISEH. ' NOS SIB1 8BD FATBliE.' SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

P. SNELSON, B ? KKK. CONFKCTIONER, 4c, LINSLEY Sl'KEET, COBAB. ?»troni«f P. Snelson, the r.oogniied . Family Bilker, wher* you will get tbe best ^ if erervthhsj going in his ***? Picnici, Parties, fci.t supplied on the shortes, notice, and in f»ot everj description of catering executed, ' plillli, Harcourt Streot, COBAB. Grey Bros., : PROPRIETORS. MINE 0BDBRS_A_ SPECIALITY. Agents -for Band Drill and Backa Rock Co., and all mining requisites. Cash Buyers of scrap castings. Agent lor Klondyke Gold Dishes and Auralin— a god-send to mine managers Blaoksmith'B Tuyere irons made i-fji ' ** °r -I I |||J5 P* * ]j J. Josephson, Watchmaker, Jeweller BIEDALLIST, OF AIiL IINDS OP Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST,, DIAMOND SETTEE 4; OPAL CTTTTEB. PBSOIOUS STOKES OP EVERY DESCRIP TION ALWAYS IN ST0C£. 'C3E0PLE IN THE COUNTRY can JL rely up receiving Prompt Attention 1'AIE A.SD SQUARE VALUE.. . J JOSEPHSON'. Blaynay. Three REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD DBINK .... Ophir TEA 1— It is 'PUBS ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

Important to Jarties Furnishing The Public are daily bocoming moro convinced of the fact, to buy in the CHEAPEST MARKET you must go whoro tho credit or tiino-payment system is not recognised, A. HALL AND COMPANY, TEE C A SB ypNIBHBBS, . Offer GREATER INDUCEMENTS than any other House Furniiihers in Syd ney. Erory Article »old is Imported from our London Manufactory, or f ruin our Sydney works. Every Article SoUl ii Guaranteed; bett workmanship, and seasoned wood only used, FOR RELIABLE FURNITURE. CARPETS. &C HALL'S guarantee a laving of 25 per cent. HALL'S have the Largest Stock to select from. HALL'S store goods until required fri-e. HALL'S paok and forward country orders free. 'HALL'S Mew Illuttrated Furnishing Guide, post free. HALL'S give value for value — 20s for the £. HALL'S Showrooms are or on to tho Public to com pare prices and goods. HALL'S Tender Jfatimates, Designs, and Patterns Free. j&.-'J£AJL£L* &- Co MANUFACTURERS & IMPORTERS, 661, 563...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

When the Liver Goes Wrong the Whole System Suffers. A Bad Case. A Good Cure. {From the 'Autlralian Christian World,' Jtilv 1st. 189S.) (nr our own bkportbb,) ' Oct of pure gratitude for my delivemnct from a moat serious and painful complica tion of... complaints, I urn willing to give you the whole afternoon if you -wish it !' answered Mrs. (,'ole, of 2 Purves-strect, Forest Lodce: ' Sydney, to our reporter on his requesting an interview as to that lady's case. ' Tlie whole . trouble;'' . said Mi-8. Cole, in answer to further ques tions on the subject, 'arose, I firmly believe, from the poison that got into my system through u deranged livor. Scon lifter that . organ got out of order nnd started to work irregularly my appetite began to get very fickle and changeable. Without cause or reason I turned against delicacies which were formerly fnvuuritc dishes of mine, and sometimes I sut down to meal after meal and rose again without being able to go much aB swallow a single mouthful. In...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

Takera Hot j at Bedtime. I Medical'Men in 'Paris recommend |j the use of warm alcoholic drinks |j for the cure of ' ~ ij INFLUENZA § COLDS. I The- best, ;rrfost reliable, and aj agreeable remedy for these dis- ? tressing ailments is _ |j WOLFE'S § SCHNAPPS. I It should. he .taken! hot with a H little lemon at. bedtime.. g WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS la tba @ Purest .Spirit In the World. ' Eg Wolfe's jsl Schnapps. | Court Ho iis'e *? ^ Hotel, Barton and Broomfleld-sts.. ? _COBA.K,. FSOPItlSTOH., Patrons of this centrally situated and airy corner house can depend on receiving every attention and comfort. Visitors and Bonders will find ex cellent accommodation. ?£ Only the bast brands of Wine3, Beers and Spirits kept in stock. Special attention is given to the cool inp; of all drinks in the hot weather. Excellent Cuisino. Good Stabling and competent groom. Well managed Billiard Saloon. *' . ': Note the address — S. RILVEY', Grravh Housa Hot; el HONEST MANHOOD, | PHYSICAL PERFECTION,; TttK MA.STGR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

.btt C. B. ELWI& SOLICITOR, ETC-. Commissioner for Affidavits MARSHALL STREET, COBAR Preliminary Notice. THE ' United Friendly Societies Sports. . EIGHT HOUR DAY Ootober and The United Friendly Societies of Cobar will hold their Annual Sports in aid of the funds of the Cobar Dis trict Hospital in the Cobar Public Park on Eight Hour Day, Monday October 2nd. GRAND PROCESSION OF SOCIE TIES AND TRADES. Extensive Programme of Sports in the Park. Further particulars with Programme in future issue. W. WILLIAMS, JOHN ANDREWS, Joint Hon. Sees. A Grand 'GEISHA FAIR' IN AID OF THE — WILL BE HKLD IN THE — Masonic Hall During Race Week, Government' Railways. SPECIAL CHEAP EXCURSION TO SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER, 1899. .Tickets at specially low rates will be issued to Sydney by train leaving Cobar an 7 85. a.m. on above date, available for return up to and in oluding Thursday, 5th October 1899, by special train leaving Sydney at 7.55 p.m. on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. Return f...

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The Transvaal Trouble. BOERS WILL BACK DOWN. LONDON, THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

The Transvaal Trouble. BOERS WILL BACK DOWN. LONDON, Thursday A Pretoria correspondent telegraphs that the ultimate adoption of Sir Alfred Milner's proposals is con- sidered certain. 20,000 troops and all arms together with large stores are ready to leave England for South Africa within a week.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New Zealand Grand National FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

New Zealand Grand National Friday. At Christchurch, New Zealand, the Grand National Hurdle Race was won by Defiance. Postponed. — Owing to a counter attrac- tion the Benevolent Society's plain and fancy dress ball has been postponed until Wednes- day, 20th September. A juvenile ball will be held the following evening. The Reservoir. — There is a depth of 22 inches of water now above the pipe in the town reservoir. Should no rain fall within the next six or eight weeks, the pumping operations will have to be re-commenced. It is to be hoped that rain will soon fall; and   also that the Minister will proceed with the Cobar water supply without delay.  

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

Topics of the Week. About twelve months ago the Cobar Council had bicycle by-laws gazetted, and since that time the convictions could be counted on one's fingers, al- though scarcely an hour of the day passes but these by-laws are broken. Some people question the necessity for them, but the Council affirm that they are necessary; and having introduced   them they should be enforced without fear or favour. That such is about to be the case is undeniably the intention of Alderman Bailey, for by virtue of a motion moved by that gentleman, the police are to be supplied with a copy of the by-laws. So, cyclists, beware!   Matters have been quiet up that way since Sergeant Nies departed, and there is a lot of green firewood on hand awaiting the woodman's axe. But the writer might advise cyclists that they need not fear fines, for, ac- cording to the decision of Messrs Brown and Mathews this week, fines are fixed on a sliding scale. They slide backwards — we mean t...

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The Financial Statement. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

The Financial Statement. Sydney, Friday. The delivery of the Budget showed the revenue and expenditure of the past year largely exceeded what Mr Reid estimated. Last year closed with a credit balance of £135,000. Trea- surer estimates the revenue for the cur- rent year at £9,754,000, or a decrease of £84,000 on last year's figures. After providing for all expenditure and reckoning the balance from last year, the Treasurer estimates the sur- plus at the end of the current financial year at about £21,000. There is no intention of interfering with the tariff, but it is proposed to increase the pro- bate duties, dr; p ing the succession duties. It is also proposed to charge a duty on shares held by residents of N. S. W. in mining companies regis- tered elsewhere. He outlined the pro- posal to establish a State Bank for the purpose of lending money to tho pro- ducers of the colony. He also pro- mised to lay before the House this session a scheme of Old Age Pensions.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

Local and General. Hospital. — There are eight patients in the Hospital. None of the cases are ser- ious. Ball. — The Wrightville cricketers' ball was to have been held on Friday August 18th.   Appointed. — Mr John l.eah has been appointed a trustee of the unsectarian por- tion of the Cobar general cemetery, vice Mr F. Toy, who has resigned.     Welcome. — A welcome to the Rev J. Spence and a farewell to Mr and Mrs D   Simon was to have been held in combined form in the Wesleyan Church on Friday, August 18th. Painful. — Mr Cooper, of Cobar Gold Mines, who had the top of his finger pinched off in the mill room last week, is recovering under the care of Dr Robinson. The ac- cident was a most painful one. The man hurt at the Chesney mine is said to be re- covering, his case not being serious as at     first anticipated. Excursion. — To provide facilities for country residents visiting the metropolis, a cheap ...

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Parliamentary. Sydney. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

Parliamentary. Svdney, Friday. The Cabinet intend shortly to con- sider the question of granting a special municipal endowment. Mr Young says he has no intention of remitting the arrears of selectors and others, but no unnecessary hard- ships will be inflicted on those unable to meet their obligations. The Council adopted the Federal Address by 24 to 21. At Orange yesterday the Premier attended the Farmers and Settlers' Conference, and gave an outline of the Government policy, whiah included assistance to settlement, the establish- ment of a State Bank. He added that the re-appraisement of holdings would be made early, but speculative holders would not benefit by it. In regard to the central division lands, every inducement would be made to supplant large pastoralists with small farm settlement holdings.

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

BREVITIES. Kent beat the Australian Eleven by two wickets. Cobar footballers go to Bourke on Tuesday next. Cricket has been commenced in this district. The crops and orchards round Nym- ngee are looking splendid just now. There is a probability of another Indian famine. They have had a hurricane in the West Indies. Many towns were destroyed, and 400 persons killed. The Rev Mullineux's team of foot- ballers defeated the Australian fifteen by 13 to nil on Saturday. Police supervision is the latest thing recommended by Magistrate Isaacs for boxing bouts. A diamond weighing between 6 and 7 carats was found on the Boggy Camp field last week. There was a successful exhibition of wireless telegraphy at the General Post-oflice on Thursday. In this issue,, Mrs Ross, of Boppy Mount, calls for tenders for the erec- tion of an hotel at Cobar. Snow fell at Nymagee for the first   time last Wednesday morning. About 20 points of rain also fell. A sum of £8500 has been guaranteed to se...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPT EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPT EXTRACT According to reports of u groat numbor of physicians of tho hiphont professional standing, thfio «:?{. offo.ed Eucalypti Extract, which possess no curutivo qualitios. In protection of the world wide fume of Sanukii and Sons' proparntion wo publish a few abstracts fiora those reports, which bear fully out that no rolianco can bo placed in other iroduct*:— Dr. W. B. Rush, Oakland, -al., writos. It is sometimes difficult to obtain tho gonuine articlo (Sandku and Son's.) I omployed different othor pre parations, thoy had no thorapoutic value no bad effects. In ono cano tho eflocts woro similar to tho oil camphora, the objectionable action of which is woll known.' Dr. II. B. Drake, Portland, Oregon, soys — ' Siuco I bocamo acquaint ed with this preparation (Sandku and Sons) I used no other form uf eucalyptus as I think it is by fur tho best.' Dr. L. P. l'reston, liyncliburgn, Va., writes ' 1 novor used any preparation othor than Sunder and Soua', as I fou...

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A Pyrmont Tragedy. MAN SHOT DEAD. GIRLS WOUNDED. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

A Pyrmont Tragedy. MAN SHOT DEAD. GIRLS WOUNDED. Sydney, Friday. A terrible tragedy has taken place at Pyrmont, over a disputed courtship. Sydney Gibbet visited a house occu- pied by Eliza Absalom and her two sisters, but was refused admission. He went away, but returned again with a revolver. He was met at the door by Henry Williams. Gibbet fired at Williams, who dropped dead. Gibbet continued to discharge the weapon. Emma Absalom was wounded in the back, another shot striking the sister Lilly in the thigh. Further   shots followed, and Emma received a further wound in her leg. Gibbet then escaped. The injured persons, who are in a serious condition, were conveyed to the Hospital, and William's body was conveyed to the Morgue. Gibbet was subsequently arrested at his lodgings. He tried to shoot him- self, but the revolver would not go off.

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The Work Goes On. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

The Work Goes On. Cobar People are Interested — In has much to do with the welfare of our people. Never out of work. That's the case with the kidneys. Twenty-four hours to the day is the time they put in. They're equal to it. when they're well,         But they get sick.   Stooping positions of the body ?   Often makes the kidneys sick, But the work must go on.   They need a helper. They ask you for it. through the back.           When the back aches it's, the kid- neys             Calling for assistance. Negiect their petition and trouble   follows.   Serious trouble, urinary trouble,   diabetes, Bright's disease.     Doan's Backache Kidney '.PilU are kidney helpers.'   &...

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Telegrams. SMITH LIBEL. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

Telegrams. SMITH LIBEL. Svdney, Wednesday. The jury in Smith's case were di-   vided. Nine were for an acquittal and three for a committal. When the jury returned into court at 11 o'clock — after being locked up all night — the foreman said there was not the slightest possibility of an agreement. He said they had thrashed the matter thoroughly. His Honor then discharged them. Smith was released on his own bail and one recognisance of £100. On leaving tho court Smith was en- thusiastically cheered by a large as- semblage.

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

MINING. The Occidental cyanide works clean- up this week. Cobar Gold Mines are preparing for a start at the beginning of Sep- tember. The erection of the Drysdale cyanide plant will be completed in three weeks' time. The Great Cobar Copper Company has declared a dividend (the 35th) of 2s per share, payable on the 23rd inst. Transfer-books close from the 16th till the 23, inclusive. On Monday Mr Warden Brown granted two months' suspension to W. H. E. Pass and others for gold lease 61, parish Cobar. John Gud- geon, jr, and Chas Leaver were also granted suspension for two months on gold lease 55. Mr J. M. Scott, Mining Broker, Cobar, reports: — Business in the mining market is somewhat better for the week. Chesneys, Occidentals, and Westerns had good inquiry with fair exchanges. The Western battery started on Monday. The Occidental obtained 224ozs from the battery, and the cyanide clean-up will be made known to-day. It is expected the total will reach £2,100. The Great Cobar Copper Min...

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Later. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 19 August 1899

Later. The Australians have four (4) wickets down for 113.

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