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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

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Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

''? Ul $& H ^e*™*©' 'tea.,, -mr NUTRITIOUS^ Distinguished everywhere for fine natural flavour, purity of material, and careful preparation. THOMSON GATES & CO ? FOR ? Stylish Tailoring. .?-, AND EVERY VARIETY OP GENTLEMEN'S LA14GE VARIETY OF PATTERN FORWARDED Pitt Street Sydney. TWO DOORS OFF KCFG STREET notice! WISHES to inform his patrons and the residents of Cobar and District that lie has purchased the ?Wto.oelTrrlgto.tIns elxxcL - - - - ' 3QXaol£:axxxit;ia.lnar Buaiuesa Carried on by Messrs Tomlins and Simon at the Corner of Linsley and Becker Streets, and that he will con tinue the same at the new Shop. we OLD ESTABLISHMENT IN.QUEBN ST., IS HOW CLOSED METROPOLITAN STAKES, 12th September,— Ordinary and Bpe ial, Each 25,000 Subscribers at 5. LEMONSTRATION HANDICAP, 2nd October,— Ordinary. 50,000 Subscribers at 5. CAULFIELD CUP, Special -and Ordinary, each 100,000 at 5. MELBOURNE CUP, Special, 100.000 at 5, Ordinary, 100,000 at I and 20 respectively. For full part...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

(Drawn Half Size) W. Jno. Bakor'a Now Design '13USII KNIFE,' (Blade 5J inchos,) comploto with Sheath, 3,'G each, Post freo. HUNTING KNIFE, Broader Blade, with Sheath, 4/G each. Other designs in Sheath Knives from 1/6 each, post free. Please write for f roe illustratrato d catalogue. k K Beware of e^ j\ Designed \V lmitatlons I J^v | -\ in Australia \ v^. »m | '*CA for Australians. Y * ;*\ ~A*1| jlii y^y \}-tsx if ! T^-^ *- Thousands in use \ ^Y^-^kerJ W. JNO. BAKER'S STATION or FARMER'S KNIFE. (Rtgi terod Design ) Jsotf — Witli Spcei il Wool Sweep &kinnm_ md I ance Blades No. ]5!).— Stn-r irnnillo (ns illustrated) 71- each, or 3 for 20,'-. Tost free. eae /;gi %frm //li V® $// fftf'k^ / V&'W / W$t4 / lsnfii\-,!3 - no 122 \&kih4 3/6 fe ? 3«clt, po t free f -M^lr'-. ? H — m4M Mioidmnrv B^T*3,^»5K spring ffiSf&jP'j? h, post free. &, p?^£ f( 'W. Jtao. B&KER, Cutler, 3 Hunter St., SydBue^.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

Department of Lands, Sydney, 17th August, 1899. ATTENTION isdirected to the noti fication in the Government Qazctie of the 5th instnnt, notifying the SALE of IMPROVEMENT LEASE BLOCKS Nos. 810 to 345, Western Division, to take place at JOB ^R at 12 o'clock noon, on Friday, the 8th September, 1899. Blocks 340 and 841 are situated from 27 to 32 miles west of Cobar, and within Springfield resumed area, and Blocks 842, 348, 844 and 845 are situated near Gil gunnia from 18 to 24 miles south west of Nymagee, and within Moothumbil resumed area. The leases will be offered under tho provisions of the Crown Lands Acts and Regulations, and will be subject to the speoial conditions, &c, set out at the foot hereof and to the following conditions, provisions, covenants, and reservations. For blocks 840 and 841, the leases will be for about 19 years, to termin ate on the XOth July, 1918 ; for blocks 842, 348, 844, and 845, tho leases will be for 28 years. The purchasers will be required to ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

P, SNELSON, BAKER, CONFEOT1ONKK, &c, LINSLEY STREET, COBAR. Patronise P. Snelnon, tho reooBniaed Family Bnker, where you will got the best if (.vwrjtMne e''»8 in h' . *'' Picnics, Parties, &e.t eupplieil on the «horte«, nolire, and infact orerj description of ' catering ? ? executed, .fflKiif, ' Haroourt Stroot, COBAB. Grey Ik, PROPRIETORS. ldNB 0iD2BS_A_ SPECIALITY. Amenta for Rand Drill arid BacU» Ruuk Co., Aud all mining requisites. Ca»h Buyers of scrap csiitinei'. Agent for KlonJyko Gold Dishes' and Auralin — a god-send vo mine mnnagera Blacksmith's Tuyere irons made lf%% *» - t Mill J.'Josephson, Watchmaker, Jeweller MEDALLIST, OF ASL KINDS OV Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., DIAMOND SETTEE * OPAL CDTTEE. PRECIOUS STONES OP EVBEY DESCRIP TION ALWAYS IN ST0C£. 'PEOPLE HT THE COTJNTBy can *?? rely up receiving Prompt Attention' , - FAIB A.OT SQ.UABE YAIiTI|B. ?„.: ' J JOSEPHSON, Blayney,. PALMYRA TEA in the' purest, of bill-grown The Finest in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

Occidental Gold Mining Company No Liability. OOBAE, AUGUST 18th, 1899. NOTICE in hereby given that the Twentieth General Half-Fenrly ?Meeting ot the 8HAEE HOLDERS of the above company will be held in the company's office, Barton street, Cobar, on Thursday, August 31st 1899, at 8 p.m. BUSINESS. To render balance-sheets and reports for the half-year aod to elect Directors in the place of W. J. Hognn, W. H. Bannister, Pierco Goold, 'W. N. MuBprove, Kobert Kinkead, and Thos Lean, who retire but am eli gible for re-election^; Two Auditors in place of W. Williams and J. Jtt. Fallick, who retire but are eligible for re-election; r.nd any other business that may be legally brought before the meeting. By Order of the Board, JOHN LEAH, Leg'l Mating*!-. The Cobar Berribungie Gold Alining Co., No Liability. NOl'ICti is hereby given that a Confirmatory General Meeting of the above Company will bo he'd at the office of the Company,. Barton street, Cobar, on Saturday, the 2nd Septem ber, 1899, at ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

Important lojafe Fraig The Public aro daily becoming more convinced of tlio foot, to buy in the CHEAPEST MARKET you must go whoro tho orodit or tiine-payinont system u aot recognised. A. HALL AND COMPANY, THE CASH FURNISHERS, Offer GEEATEB INDUCEMENTS tLan any other House Furnishers in Syd ney. Krery Article sold is Imported from our London Manufactory, or from our Sydney works. Every Article Sold ia Guaranteed; boat workmanship, and seasoned wood only used. FOR RELIABLE FURNITURE. CARPETS. &C HALL'S guarantee a saving of 2S pot rent. HALL'S hayo the Largest Stock to aeleot from. HALL'S store goods until required friie. HALL'S pack and forward country orders freo. HALL'S New Illustrated Furnishing Guido, post free. HALL'S give value for valuo — 20s for tho £. HALL'S Showrooms are or on to tho Public to com pare prices and goods. HALL'S Tender Fetiumtes, Designs, and Patterns Free. MANUFACTURERS & IMPORTERS, 461, 663, 565, 567 GEORG-E-8TREET, JU3T BELOW L1VEBPOOL-S.IK...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

Did you get jour Notice? It's a queer thing when you think of it, but nature seems to have pro vided for and serves us with a notise any time anything goes wrong in the mechanism of life, for instance ths kidneys, and very important o gans they are too, as filters of our bio id ; it means that unless they do their duty the blood is uot blood but poison. You don't want i.oisoned blood to pas? nil through the body aud bring on all sorts of diseasos if you know it, and hero is where the notice comes in. When the kidneys f.iil tho back aches, tho urine shows traces of disorder, it is too dark colored, has a sediment when left standing, or sometimes causes pain in passage. The notice may bo served in any or all of these conditions but it bahoves you to pay some attention to it. ' n'a of people in Cobar can to I you what to do. Read this Mr vvi..iam Jumbell, of Talbragar Street, speaks in this manner. I am employed at Fitz i?ibbon's bootmakers establishment and have been in the district f...

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"A Pleasant Sunday Afternoon." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

'A Pleasant Sunday   Afternoon.' Lithgow has been experiencing a strike during the last few weeks. On Sundays the townspeople all turn out and enjoy themselves as under, which is clipped from the Lithgow Mercury:   Some four hundred or more people rut in another ' pleasant Sunday afternoon ' at tho pottery between the jours of two and five last Sunday. A considerable proportion of the crowd consisted of boys aud uiils, ami these were not the leant demonstrative. About three o'clock tho track which runs between the pipe-yard and tho brick heaps was thronged by men, women aud children. Inside, the non-unionists were having an improm ptu concert, the music being su plied by a violin. The vocal chorus was smothered, as it arose from time to time, by tho hooting of the crowd outside. A good deal of ' barrack ing' took pla°'e in the musical inter vals. 'Come out here and sua-e hands'1- W is the invita ion bawled cer thii fe-ice by * mini whose iac showed intentio...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

A German doctor, who has been collecting information about the habits of long-lived persons, finds that the majority of those who at- tained old age indulged in late hours. Eight out of 10 persons over 80 never went to bed till well into the small   hours, and did not get up again till late in the day. Took a Severe Cold after the Big Fire   After the big fire in Cripple Croek, I     ...took a very severe cold and tried many remedies without help; the &-ld only becoming more settled. Aftor using three email bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, both the cold and cough left me, and in this high altitude it takea a meritorious cough remedy to do nny good— G B. Henderson, Editur Daily Advertiser, Cripple Creek, Lolo. Sold by IL 'Dalgarno, Chemist. A law has been passed forbidding anyone to give solid food of any kind     to infants in France. Owing to its low : and rapidly declining birth rate, Franc...

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Wrightville Cricketers' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

Wrightville Cricketers' Ball. The Wrightville Cricket Club ball, held on Friday evening of last week, was a huge success. About 60 couples were present. Mr J. O. Hunt, in ad- dition to being a principal director in the fixture, acted as M. C, and Mr Brownlow supplied excellent music. The hall was tastefully decorated for the occasion. Mrs A. Crow supplied a first-class supper. Mr Faull's prize of a gold brooch to the best dressed lady, to be judged by the gen- tlemen present, was carried off by Miss Casheen. The following is a list of the dresses worn: —   Mrs W J Kelly, black, relieved with pink. Mrs J O Hunt, black satin, trimmed with black lace. Mrs Leiper, eau-de-nil silk and chif- fon. Mrs Bax, blue nun's veiling and satin. Mrs T Hunt, heliotrope satin, chif- fon and beaded trimmings. Mrs Ellis, black skirt and shot silk blouse. Mrs Foxcroft, cream silk, with pink trimmings. Mrs Devitt, black and heliotrope. Mrs McKane, black velvet and cream trimmings. Mrs J. Andr...

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THE RAIN. A GLORIOUS FALL. LOCAL TANKS ALL FILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

THE RAIN. A GLORIOUS FALL. LOCAL TANKS ALL FILLED. This week is one which marks the dawn of a new era in Cobar, or, as it were, a new epoch of business pros- perity and industrial progress. The drought dragged wearily on for months, and scarcely since the new year have our local mines been work- ing in real earnest. It is true that a couple of months or so ago they started with a very limited supply, and that the same was still more re- cently augmented by passing showers. But up to this week there has been a glorious uncertainty about the weather which has caused business men and   others to draw in their horns so to speak and fear the future. Sunday last was a wintry sort of day, one of many that has been experienced lately with no watery results. But Cobar citizens had a pleasant awakening on Monday morning, with the music of the rain rattling on the iron roofs. It was wintry and muddy outside, and at 9 o'clock in the morning 25 points had been registered. However, i...

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SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPT EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

SANDER AND SONS . EUCALYPT EXTRACT According to reports of a great number of physicians of the highest professional standing, there are offered Eucalypti Extract, which possess no curativo qualities. In protection of the world wide famo of Sandku and Sons' prepavntion we publish a few abstracts from these reports, which bear fully out that no reliance can be placed in other iroducts:— Dr. W. B. Rush, Oakland, Hal., writes. It is eomotimes difficult to obtain tho genuine article (Sandkr and Son's.) I employed different other pre parations, they had no thorapoutio value no bad effects. In ono cpso tho effects wero similar to the oil caniphora, tho objoctiouablo notion of which is woll known.' Dr. H. B. Drako, Portland, Oregon, says — ' Since I became acquaint ed with this preparation (Sandkk and Sons) I used no other form of oucalypti as I think it is by fur tlio best.' Dr. L I'. Proatun, Lyuchbuvgh, Va., writes ' I never UBed any preparation other than Sunder and Sous', bb I found th...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

Local and General. Mail Contracts. — We draw attention to a notice in our Advertising columns calling for tenders for the conveyance of mails to the West Bogan Scrub Works. Tenders close September 6. Concert. — A concert and dramatic enter- tainment is being prepared for presentation in the Masonic Hall on September 13, in aid of the School of Arts. An exceptionally good programme is being got ready. Debate. — There was a fair attendance at Tuesday's debate, despite the bad weather. Mr Feeley (Premier) brought in a bill to em- power juries to inflict punishment in crimi- nal cases. He was supported by Messrs Bannister, O'Grady, and McLeod. Mr Floyd led the Opposition, being assisted by Messrs Duffy, Blenkinsopp, and C. Alley. Mr Lee again occupied the position of Chairman. After a heated and historic debate, the Pre- mier won the day. A bill dealing with land will be discussed next Tuesday. Postponed — The ball to have been held at Wrightville on Wednesday, August 23, under the ausp...

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BEVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

BREVITIES. Rain !   At last!                 Glorious downfall.       Lake Cudgellico is dry. Soaking days — Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Cobar Post Office improvements are steadily proceeding. Wrightville Cricketers' Ball held on Friday night, was a huge success. The sulphur was very thick in town in the early part of the week. Death makes the widow, but the spinster is maid before. A special cheap excursion leaves Cobar on Thursday, 7th September. On Saturday the English footballers   defeated the Victorian Rugby club. Queensland referendum takes place on Saturday next.       Cobar footballers visited Bourke this week. They had a full team, and one that was fairly representative. However the match was abandoned   owing to rain. Sundry Cobar people left for a tr...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

Sporting. The recent rain will assure the suc- cess now of the Cobar annual race meeting. From travellers and others we hear that the forthcoming races are the talk of the Western townships, which certainly means that our races should be largely attended. A team of Cobar footballers visited Bourke this week, but on arrival at the latter town it was found that three inches of rain made the abandonment of the match compulsory. So they returned home on Thursday. The writer is not going to say anything about the hard luck our boys had, be- cause the rain did more good than the football match could have done. Tennis playing has been at a dis- count this week owing to the rain. The following is the result of the drawing for the second round of the ladies' tournament : — Mrs Musgrove, scr v Miss Blakey,   25 ; Miss Budd, 35 v Mrs Robinson, 30; Mrs Rush, 35 v Miss Lister, 25 ; Miss Nicholls, 5 v Winner of Miss Cusack, 10 and Mrs Walker, 10.

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Fearful Floods. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

Fearful Floods. The storm last night developed in- to a cyclone. At times the rate of the wind reached 51 miles an hour. The wind was accompanied by blinding sheets of rain up till a late hour. All the rivers are flooded. Boats have been sent to Raymond Terrace. There   are great floods at Singleton, Muswell- brook, Greta, and other places. A boy was drowned at Singleton. Along the coast terrific seas are running, and all shipping is paralysed. Fears are entertained for the safety of several vessels. The weather now shows signs of clearing.

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Telegrams. SYDNEY. FRIDAY. Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

Telegrams. SIDNEY. Friday. Parliamentary. In the Assembly on Wednesday Mr Edden moved a resolution declaring Mr Nield's seat vacant, on the ground that he accepted an office of profit under the Government in connection with the Old Age Pensions scheme. Mr Reid took the whole responsi- bility for the payment of the £850 to Mr Nield for expenses out of pocket. The matter was ultimately referred to a Select Committee for enquiry. The Premier, speaking at Wagga yesterday, paid a high tribute to the sterling character of Mr Barton as a politician. He reviewed the state of affairs created by Mr Barton's resigna tion and the Opposition Leadership. He declared that it was his belief that notwithstanding anti-Federal intrigue ihR country would not displace him in the Premiership by any gentleman who was not a strong advocate of union until the Federal Constitution Act had been passed by the Imperial Parliament. Ho made a strong at tick on Mr Lyne, who he described as the greatest enemy to Fe...

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A Wesleyan Welcome and Send-off. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

A Wesleyan Welcome and Send-off. On Friday evening of last week, a tea meeting was held in the Wesleyan Church, Cobar, the object being in the first place to welcome the Rev. J. Spence (Chairman of the Bathurst District), and in the second to bid adieu to Mr and Mrs D. Simon, who have been closely connected with the church during a stay of 10 years in   Cobar. After the good things pro- vided for the tea had been sampled preparations were made for the public meeting. Mr E. James occupied the chair. Proceedings commenced by an anthem from the choir, followed by a prayer from the Rev A. Graham. The chairman heartly welcomed the Rev J. Spence amongst them.   He said those of an Anglican turn of mind could be pardoned for looking on Mr Spence as the Wesleyan Bis- hop. His visits to Cobar were like angel's visits — very rare. They should impress him as much as possible with the importance of Cobar, so that this parish would be well represented at the conference....

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POLICE COURT AND COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

POLICE COURT AND COUNCIL   Mr Editor, Your report of last in those two august bodies last week was rather amusing if not interesting, to rate- payers at least. In the police court re-   cently we found one of the one if the two charged with a breach of the by-laws, and on behalf of the Council the Council Clerk       prosecuting in the case did not press for a heavy fine but asks for a nominal one (as a warning to others) against the simple layman who could hardly be expected to have been acquainted with the by-laws but who in his   innocence pleaded guilty and as a conse-     quence was fined 5s. Subsequently an alder- man (who should at least be acquainted with   the by-laws) is charged with a similar offence before the same Bench pleads not   guilty, ex nominal fine asked for; he puts the prosecutors, nay, even the Bench to the   &...

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