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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

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Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

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Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

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Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

AVOI3,-THS DAGGER OF TIWIc PAYMENT -^-^BUY FOB GASH. 12s Saved in Every £. GEORGE-STBEET ( ORNKK. UVERPOOL-STRKEl' rORXEll (OPPOSITE PERCY IIOEDERNv) SYDNEY .S GREAT CVSH FUR vr uiNG ENfPOKIUM. A. Hall & Company. ?A1LS ?? EUMl'DEN'' liKI)RO0M SUI1B, cnenisting of Wardiobo with lJlile-^hr4s Kiont nu-l l)-nwom. I)uoht»n Chest of Druwors. with Jewel Trim. M.ul)lo--..p Wiish-atttuil, Towel ltiil. nnd L'liuir. Our P. ice is -li T* (II. We h:ve dozens --r 'tho;,- t.) ooluot from at -£S, £9, £10. KI-. up to any Jin*-;. */ ALL'S tUND-iOMK H.T. BeWiEAI', full e\w, complete, with Bea1 Dmiblo W,,v,. Wire M«ttie3s uud s, t of best Budding £9 -los } othe1 j-rn:-a. i'4. i'5, £~, to 12 (ruino.m. See uur wiuilow display. V . - S DINING-ROOM! aTJUli. mulcting of i ouoli, Pun- Busy Chains. «cd (i I'uilded-bicK Clnim, sub-cunt uliy timilo, uud guarituteed, £6 lOx iMfty other-i ro noli-ct fioin ut £7, i'8, £10, to 15 guineas, 'UNTHV REoIUENl'S. WRI'L'K FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. COUNTRY .)K...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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LONDON THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

LONDON, TnUKSDAY. Dublin R C. Conference strongly supports Irolaud's claims to additional universi.ius In tho Reichatag the third rending was curried of the bill to re-admit Jesuit priests to tho Gorman Empire Turki-h oflicial circles accuso Great Britain of oxciting Macedonians against Ottoman rule for tho purpose of involving Russia in Europoan com plications so its to obtain a free hand

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

MELBOURNE, Pkidat. Tlo Federal Conference ended last night, and decided on a simple majority at a joint sitting of both House's. The Braddon clause remains, but its operation is limited to ten years. Tho power of the Federal farliamont to grant financial help to any state is ^restricted to~ the same time. Tho. capital .was definitely fixed in N.S.W., to be located in Federal toiritory within 100 miles of Sydney. No change was made as to inland rivers. The question of a national referendum for alteration of the C( nstitution was not affirmed. The suggestion of uniform praoti-.e regarding money bills was not adopted ind the financial appeal clause remains intact. Mr Koid considers the concessions made to N.S. W on tho whole satis factory. He will now fight hard for the bill, and advocate it as part of his Government's vital policy. It was decided the first meeting of the Fodoral Parliament should be held in Melbourne. The jury in the Yarra inquest found Mabel 'Amoroso met her death by...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

On^^acoli ^({lu-rard taking. tho chair t; '.as presjijeii! ol tho-'tt5ite.j £i}« Sewor- ?: ago B-Jard be mentioned that his qualifieatioiih-for Iho post were ninny. Tbo other members of tho Bonn! rc jnainul rmincus-]- ^iltnt, but Ihtj thcught hmd fpj ono leason {or Jacob'' appointment. They aio still thinking

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

Telegrams. SYDNEY', Fbidat. Yesterday Michael Kelly called at the house of Mrs Gow, Canieron-st., Paddington, and asked to see the go verness, Miss Marian Flynn. The two conversed for a short time, when Miss Flynn suddenly ran away scream ing, followed by Kelly, who fired sin-era' shots, one tak ng effect, so that the lady fell, mortally wounded in the back. Kelly then shot himself through the lungs. Miss Flynn died in about an hour, aud Kel.y's condi tion is'critical. It is understood that Miss Flynn recently married a man named Kearey, and that jealousy caused the crime. Kelly called several times for an engagement ring which he had formerly given her, but she re fused to return it. Copper has now reached £70 per ton. The N.Si'\V. gold yield for January was 41,875 ounces.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

In tho.liist issiio q| tno :? I'repiiiauls ?Jbui-nal'! thore i| verscS »igii|-l ^'^Henry/ Claren'co fvoiidnll' aiid prosb abovo tho signature ' Williiuii Bede Pii'lpy.' Long years ago Kundnll and Dulley were contulmtor^ to tho ' FtCf innn'ia Journal' and now their children io mvo their ^o'vorpcl nanirb in tbe cujiue- pages.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Aboriginals Demand Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

Aboriginals Demand Meat The blacks in camp at Euabalong have almost everything that is necess- ary for aboriginal notions of perfect happiness — with one exception. They are not supplied with meat gratis, but everything else needful, such as flour, tea. sugar, and clothing, is given to them by the Aborigines Board free of charge. Some white people in the neighbourhood of Euabalong camp have come to consider that the blacks mentioned should not want, even for meat, with the result that a letter was recently received by the board from Mr J. G. Carroll, M. L. A. urging that they should be supplied with a suffi- ciency of that article. The board thereupon decided ,to obtain a report from the local police officer.     It was opposed to supplying the ab- originals in the camp with meat and stated that they should be able to provide for themselves in this direc- tion as ducks were very 'plentiful in the Lachlan river, and. rabbits very numerous in the locality. Ho...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THROUGH FEAR OR SYMPATHY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

THROUGH FEAR OR SYMPATHY. To the Editor.     Sir, I have been edified byyour   reports of an attack on a policeman and two men who helped him, also by   the Judge's comments on people who "through fear or sympathy" can't be got to give evidence. All this is cal- culated to encourage larrikinism.       Cobar has for years needed more     police, and with its present popula-   tion is entitled to have one of the   most astute and experienced senior sergeants set over them. Only good     policing cure s the push trouble. I append a rhyme from the 'Age '.         showing how the police have got the     upper hand of the pushes here. I am,     yours, etc.     OLD COBARITE.   &a...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

Local and General INFLUENZA. — This dismal visitor has been imprisoning several Cobar residents, in- cluding Mr Mat Williams, who is now re- covering.   Auction Sale — Householders present or prospective are reminded of the sale of Mr J. E. Feilding'sa furniture and effects, an-     nounced by Mr W. N. Musgrove for Monday week. Mr Fielding is leaving the district. TRUTH REWARDED. vorr amusing     inciilei t happened in o nnectinn with ilu. Ouptoina ut Albury . A Velbntirnc girl tvis returning froui.u trip tip Sjdney. arid brought her fiaiue a bag full of oigur , as tl.ey /ere cheaper iii Sydne.., she boing of an economical turn of mint! The i Ulcer asked her nhut she liar) in tin hat. lieing u bit taken back, she sitiil ' Uifis1'! As ilie Wad one of ilio fair »? X, be thought sb« «»? only chaffing him, nnd to In r burpriii! iniirfeed t ie au'-Ali right,' without ei iiuiin|! it. Airoth 'rinsluncn of truth being rewo»-le...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

Correspondence.       [The Editor is not responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents]  

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Law Report. Police Court. MONDAY. Before Mr N. Morrison, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

Law Report.   Police Court.   MONDAY.       Before Mr N. Morrison, J.P.   George Obray appeared on hail on a charge of assaulting Alfred Maybury, a person acting in aid of Constable MacAu- lay in the arrest of a person name un- known. The police withdrew the charge.   Before Messrs Morrison, Howard, and Mathews, J's. P. The police proceeied against Richard Harvey for stealing a cask, value 15s, from Jabez Windsor. The Bench found the charge proved and the accused elected to be dealt with summarily. He was fined 20s and 4s 10d costs : in default 21 days.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUESDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

THLRSDAY.     Before the Police Magistrate.     Patrick Lyons was charged with com- mitting an indecent assault on William Harris. He was defended by Mr Hogan. Constable William Smith gave evidence as to arrest, and as to comparing the prisoner's footprints with some at the back of the Mine pay office, near which   the assault was alleged to have been com- mitted. The tracks were closely alike. Witness was cross-examined at some length. George Macdonald, black tracker, de- posed to seeing five tracks near a stump at the back of the pay office on the 24th ult, and described them. They were a man's and children's. Followed the man's to near Skewes' Hotel, when it got dark ; saw accused in the hotel. William Harris, an intelligent and bright-looking boy, who will be 11 years old in May, gave evidence. Remembered Tuesday, Jan 24. That evening he and his brothers were sent to get some bricks from the remains of an old house...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRIDAY Before the Police Magistrate [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

FRIDAY Before the Police Magistrate Patrick Lyons, charged with aggrava- ted assault as above, gave evidence in his own defence, which was simply a denial of all the alleged facts, He was found guilty and sentenced to four months hard labour in Cobar Gaol. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr P Mathews J.P.,       Geo Obray was fined 40s and costs of court for riotous conduct, in default one month in Cobar Gaol with hard labour, and for indecent language used on the 26th ult a similar penalty was inflicted. Mr Hogan walked briskly into Sergeant Nies for exhibiting bias against Obray, Mr Brown P.M, gave the accused some advice on passing sentence. William J Lord also contributed 10s to tho revenue for riotous conduct at the same time as Obray's. He was the man   who got most knocked about in the fracas which occurred in a coach and the police did not ask for a heavy sentence. Mrs Annie Warneo v Mrs Isabella Leckie. Mr Duffy for plain...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

BREVITIES.   Wauted   At once   Three inches of rain     Apply to the Cobar public.   Income tax returns due to-day.   Assault charge dismissed on Mon- day.       Cobar Brass Band had a Success   with a big S at Monday's concert.   Good-water supply at Amphitheatre       Govt. tank.       Commercial travellers speak badly     of Bourke.             Mr D. Drysdale has been revisiting       Cobar.         Burgess appears to be a ' capital'       joker.       Mr S. Thornton, B.A., late of...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

Sporting. Annual meeting of Cobar Bicycle Club next Wednesday as advertised.     The Mine C. C. secretary resigns. The N.S.W. eleven put down the   Victorians by 8 wickets.     The Half Holiday and Chesney   cricket match was begun on Tuesday,   and will be finished next Tuesday. The townsmen are proving too good for the Chesneys, the latter making 50 in their first innings (Watson 10), and tho town team 209, of which total Duffy made 57, Waghorn 39, Mc- Donald 29, J. Hunt 25, and Ward 20. Another Burglary. -- On Thurs- day night last Mr F. Grill's shop in Marshall st was broken into. £4 in silver stolen, and some tobacco. The thief entered by the billiard room window apparently, and put his hand through a hole which he cut in the panel of the shop back door, then drew the holt. We hope the offender will be convicted for Mr Grill's sake.       &nb...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Band Concert. A FIRST-RATE FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

Band Concert. A FIRST-RATE FUNCTION. The Cobar United Brass Band has every reason to be pleased with itself and the public. Its twenty-two mem- bers surpassed themselves in their playing at Monday evening's concert, and the public, by assisting the pro- gramme, and providing, a full house to listen to it, certainly did their part too. It is now three- years since the two local bands united to form the present excellent combination, which since October last has been under the capably wielded baton of Conductor   W. B. Price, and it well deserves the public support accorded to it, which   took the practical shape on Monday of a sum of £24 as takings at door and from tickets. The band opened each of the two parts with an overture, The second from Lucrezia Borgia, was rendered in a masterly manner, and the climax was worked up to in a way that spoke well for the discrimination of the conductor. A pleasing feature of these performances was the fine playing of li...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

Municipal Council. WEDNESDAY. . Present : — Aldermen James (Mayor) Hogan, Hunt, Cornish, Kinkead, Duffy, Bailey, and the Council Clerk. The minutes of last meeting were adopted on tho motion of Ald Hogan and Bailey. Correspondence. Inward (1) From the Wesleyan Church Sunday School Teachers and Officers, asking for permission to hold their annual Sunday School picnic in the Park next Easter Monday, April   3rd ; (2) From Chas Prince, applying for two rights of way across the foot- path to the premises rented by him from the Commercial Bank ; (3) From the Govt. Statistician in quest of the annual municipal returns : (4) From the Hon Sec Wrightville Municipal   Association, seeking co-operation in re-establishing, in the Cobar District, a Works Officer and Road Superinten- dent ; (5) From Geo G. Hart, on be- half of the G.C. Syndicate, under- taking the formation, etc., of the de- viation of the Hillston Road as re- quested ; (6) From G. B. Elwin, en- closing ...

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