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

Correspondence. We do not in any way identify ourselves   with the opinions expressed by our cor- respondents.            

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

They're after Him. — The Daily Mail New York correspondent cabling on Wednesday says — Mr John Nor- den, a rich Montana ranchman, is now here seeking a brido. He ad vertised that he would give £40,000 to any plain, practical young woman who would wed him. His hotel to day was so besiegod by women that tho propriutor ordered Mr Norden to leave. He has hirod a big hall in tho Bowery whero he will interview the applicants. In a receut letter from Washington.. D.O., to an old friend, Major O. A, Studer, for twenty years United States Consul at. Singapore, says: 'While at Des Moines [ became acquniu ted with u limmont known as Chamberlain's Puin Balm, which I found oicellont against rheumatism bb well as against soreness of tho throat and choat (giving mo much eaaior breathing.) I had a touch of pneumonia early this week, and two ap nlicrttions freuly applied to the throat and chest reliovnd me of it at once I would not bo without it for anything.1' Fur sale by U. Dalgarno, Ohomist. Stro...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Restdown. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

Restdown. Matters are beginning to look a little   better out here than they have for some time. The Girl in Blue cleaned up last week. They put through the Battery 12 tons of stone that the Cobar crushings had been picked from, taken from all parts of the claim, and as it went over the half ounce to the ton, it may be- considered very satisfac tory. They are still working on good stone at the lower level. Messrs Caldwell and Wallace are still raising good sone from No 1 east of Good Friday, which appears to be a very promis- ing show. The Reward Coy. put through a trial crushing of reef channal mullock of 10 tons, which went between 8 and 9 dwts per ton. There is still two or three week's water in tho tank. Constable Day (from the depot) has taken up patrol duties in Cobar, vice Constable Small, promoted to Bourke.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Railway Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

Railway Returns. The report of the Railway Commis- sioners for the quarter ended June 30th last states that the earnings for the quarter showed a decrease of £24,753, as compared with the cor- responding quarter last year. With few exceptions, all classes of traffic, including that of passenger, have con-   tributed to the decrease. However, tho number of passenger journeys made and tonnage of goods and live stock hauled have increased by 897, 851 journeys and 87,279 tons re spectively. This is in consequence of an increase in the short and a decrease in the long distance passenger traffic, in increase in the tonnage of goods traffic at the lower rates, and. the re ductions made in rates for starving stock carried during, the drought. Although more stock has been dealt with, the earnings show a decrease of £15,428. The train miles run have increased 39,028. The ex enditure per train mile compares favorably with the corresponding quarter of last }a,av, but not so the per...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

MINING. Mr Slee, Chief Inspector of Mines, is now   in Cobar. Mining matters should soon be in full swing; all tanks are full.   The Occidental directors are very pleased with the work of their new Manager, Mr A. J. Chapple. By the last Cyanide run, he proved himself a very capable officer. J. M. Scott, Mining Broker, Cobar reports — Splendid rains have fallen during the week, and all mining dams have water for many months to come. The market has not yet had time to feel the effects of the rain. Occidentals were the only stock to move and those advanced to 7s 3d buyers, and are in good request. Great Cobars have buyors at 80s, sellers 85s. Chesney are asked for at   6s for paids. Young Australians are quiet. Westerns can be placed at 1s 9d and Drys- dales at 2s. On Thursday next tho seventh half-yearly meeting of the Overflow Company will be held at the office, 18 Bridge-street, Sydney. About twenty men were discharged from this mine on Saturda...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

Personal. The man or woman does'nt live   who by the aid of Warner's Safe Cure cannot cure him*e f or herself of any   form of liver disease. No failures. No trouble, ('apes light or serious, of a day's orypar's standing, are promptly benefited, and ultimately cured. Who   makes tho claim? — Tho proprietors. Who proves it? — The united voico of thousands in Australia. Easy to prove it. If your hv.-r is weak, try it. You too will pr-tis- it. ' It affords me a vory groat grati fication to bfi «blo to testify to the excel'enco of Warner's Sufe Cure. , * For years I suffe-ed from a sluggish liver. I tried pretty well everything, without getting any relief, but when I was induced to try Warner's Safe . Cure it cured ine. Now 1 fuel bottor than I have felt fur years.' FRANK WARD. General Qim-ni$*ton am! Th«-rtri*al Agent, Jllitrybortuyh, (-.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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A Word to Australian Mothers. ATTEND TO YOUR DAUGHT-ER'S HEALTH. READ THIS STORY AND SEE WHAT BILE BEANS HAVE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

A Word to Australian Mothers. ATTEND TO YOUR DAUGHT- ER'S HEALTH. READ THIS STORY AND SEE WHAT BILE BEANS HAVE DONE. What greater pains could rend a mother's heart than to see tho lives of her children blighted by suffering?   And yet how frequently have unfor- tunato mothers been in that unhappy position of beiog obliged to behold their offspring fade away and die for want of some remedy to arrest the fell hand of some disease. Read the story which Mrs Groves, of Queon's Road, Lanibton, Newcastle, related to a reporter of the Nswcaslle Herald. concerning the sufferings of her little daughter, Ethel Rose, a child of ten, from liver complaint, consu jiption of the bowels, congestion of the lungs, bronchi h, yellow jaundice, and l-id niy tf-ubles, and her sub equ -nt anc her subst quen t and marvellous oure hy the use of Bile Beans. Mrs Groves story is as follows : — ' From tbe time the child was three months old she hud been troubled with liver complaint. While teething,...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Wrightville 11 a.m. ; Cobar 7.30 p.m., Rev. A. R. Martin.

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R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

R. C. CHURCH. Sunday — Cobar, Mass at 8 a.m. and 11 am., Benediction at 7.30p.m. Rev. Father Tracy.

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

WESLEYAN. Cobar at 11 a.m and 7 p.m. Rev A. Graham. Wrightville at 7 p.m., Mr J. W. Cot- ton. ! smtJwtfIs |smtwtfs| Jan. l 2 3 j 5 «fr July ? l! I 8 01011 12 13 U 3 3 i 5 6 7 8, 15 16 17 IS ID 20 'Jl 91011121314 15 ZS 23 2J 25 20 27 2b 10 17 18 10 20 21 22, 293031 ? 23 24 25 26 27 28 20 P«b ? 12 3 4 3°31 ? i 6 6 7 8 01011 HUQ ? 12 3 4 ,V 12 13 14 15 1C 17 It 6 7 8 fl 10111!! !!- !0 212223 24 35 13 14 15 1G 17 18 JI- 26 57 28 ? 20 2122 23 24 25 20 :? Mar. ...... 1234 a; 28 s» 30 31 , , : 5 6 7 6!) 1011 Sap. 3450789 ' 12|1314151C17|lt 10111!l|l31416ll« 19.20i21i22.22 24j25 17 18,19 'Ju(21:22 23 I 2fl|27|2H|gHl3U|3ll..|| 2-1 ?'?t!-Jfilarla«2Il3-l| ??^B^1«1899«IISS15I. Hpr. .. ..I ? I.. I ill Oct. 1 s! 3! i| s; 0; 7j I 2 3 4 6 6 7 \ t 8 91011 12 13 14 0 10 11 12 13 !l4|16 15 16 17il8|l9(2ll 21. 16171819 20 21 2! 22 23 2 125 26 27 28 M 25 25 26 2728:29 20 30.31 ? ,.'..; ! 8U- ? ???? NOV ? 1 2| 3 4. ! Hay ..123456 ft!! 01011; i 7 8 010111213 1213111616,17118; 14 16 16 17 18 10,20 10SO21I2...

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COPPER MINE v. WRIGHTVILLE [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

COPPER MINE v. WRIGHTVILLE A team from the former club met a   Wrightville team during the week, the game resulting in a win for the latter by 100 runs. Following are the scores : —   Copper Mine — 1st innings. P. Gilligan, b Tanner ... ... 17 R. Field, b Welch ... ... 2 J. O'Dea, c & b Tanner ... 4 R. Ryan, c Hunt, b McLeod ... 7 R. Crumblin, b Welch... ... 1 G. Lane, c Brownlow b Wagner ... 4 J. Frost, b McLeod ... ... 0 A. McLaughlin, b Hunt ...16 W. Connolly, b Turner .. ...... 15 D. McLaughlin, not out ... 5 J. Mitchell, b Hunt ... ... 0 P. O'Donnell c Brownlow b Hunt 0 Sundries ... ... 3 Total ... ... 74 Bowling Analysis. — J. Hunt 3 wickets for 6 runs ; J. McLeod, 2 for 12 ; A. Tanner, 2 for 20 ; W. Welch, 2 for 14 ; W. Wagner, 1 for 9 ; A. Turner, 1 for 10. Wrightville— 1st innings. E. Williams, b Gilligan ... 8 J. Buckland, b Crumblin ... 14 A. Turner, c Lane b Connolly ... 2 A. Hooper, b Gilligan ... ... 28 J. McLeod, b Connolly... ... 26 ...

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Cricket. CHESNEY C C. v. WRIGHTVILLE C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 26 August 1899

Cricket. CHESNEY C C. v. WRIGHTVILLE C.C. The above match was played on the Wrightville ground on Saturday after- noon, 12th August, resulting in a win for the latter by 49 runs. Mr J. Hunt captained the Wrightville team and Mr Tom Roberts lead the Ches- ney. The scores as follow . —   Chesney— 1st Innings. E. Peacock, b Sweetman ... 9     G. Cameron, not out .. ... 36   T. Roberts c Wagner, b Sweetman 2     W. Moston, b Sweetman ... 1 J . McTavish, b Sweetman 1 R. Peacock, c Kelly, b Sweetman 1 G. Lavers, b Moore ... ... 0   T. Leah, c Lowe, b Moore ... 0 G. Simons, b Moore ... ... 0 A. Foxcroft, b Moore . ..4 L. Ambrous, b Moore ... ... 0 Total ... ... 54 R Sweetman, 5 wickets for 19 runs A. Moore, 5 wickets for 13 runs. Wrightville — 1st Innings. R. Sharp, b Moston ... ... 0 W. Wagner, b Roberts .. ... 48 G. Kelly, b Moston ... ... 6 R. Sweetman, b Roberts ... 5 J. Martin, b Roberts ... ......

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

LONDON, Thursday In the match, Australia v Somerset, the latter have 8 out for 209 — Braund, c Iredale, b Jones, 82 ; Bermead, c ?Kelly, b McLeod, 94 ; Phillips, c McLeod, b Jones, 4 ; Robson, not out, 14; Woods, not out, 16. Later. Somerset has 9 out for 876, Woods 68. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

A fact worth remembering WILLS imported - ^APSTA ^cigarettes 4°per packet of 10. Obtainable aMITbbacconisrs \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

Clearance Sale. JML- ZMZXETOG-TJTIE HAVING decided to relinquish Business in Cobar, is now holding a Clearance Sale GROCERY . CROCKERY . . . ^ FANCY GOODS . . | OF 'fe= IRONMONGERY . V-'; , '^^ S LADIES' CLOTHING . . BOOTS AND SHOES .... MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING All Goods mustQ be sold . . . No reasonable offer refused Come Early^and Secure the Pickfof the Bargains. Remember the Address — M. M I NOGUE'S BARTON STREET, OPPOSITE MASONIC HALL A Truthful Narrative of Great Suffering and A Radical Cure. THE CASE OF MRS. JAMES WILLIAMS. (Frtm the ' Marr+kville Review,' 1617/98.) (BY OUU SriCUL BErORTJSR.) 'Gkt the plain, unadulterated truth!' Then were the instructions given to our ( Weekly Review) reporter when lie was de (pntched to interview Mrs. James William*, of Holineacfole Street, Marrickville, Sydney. Our reporter Was fortunate enough to find Mrs. Williams at homo, and on Ms explain ing the motive of his visit that lady ac corded him a moat- hearty welcome. No one, to look at Mr»...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

Rescued from Agony. BILE BEANS EFFECT A MAR VELLOUS CURE OF A MELBOURNE . LADY WHO HAD SUFFEKKD TEN YEARS' AGONY FROM DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGES TION. Here is a story of suffering extend ing over ten years, which should make us shudder at the mere thought of those dreadful, health- destroying maladies, dyspepsia and indigestion. Read the story and judge for your selves of tho marvellous curative pro perties possessed by Bile Beans, which ended the lady's pains. Mrs Laura James, of No. 2 Rae Street, North Fitzroy, Melbourne, detailed her suf ferings to a reporter of the North Mel bourne Qazettt as follows: — 'For quite ten years ' she began, ' I have been a sufferer from indigestion and dyspepsia, and I feel sure I would still be enduring agony if I had not had the good fortune to have tried Bile Beans. And I can honestly say that a person suffering as I long suf fered would be much better dead than alive. I was one refined agony. No food agreed with me. Even liquid nourishment made me su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

P. SNELSON, BAKER. CON FACTION EK, kc, LINSLEY. STREET, OOBAR. Patronise P. Snelson, the reoognised Family Buker, where you will get the best if everything, .going in hu 0D'~ ? Picnics, ParticB, &e.t supplied on the ahortes, notice, nnd infact,e»erj description of catering executed. Harconrt Stveot, COBAB. PROPRIETORS. HDP'. ORDERS, j^ SPECIALITY. . Agents for Band Drill and. Rack:a- Rock -'o., uud all mining requisite*. Cash .Buyers of scrap castings. Agent for Klonlyke Gold Dishes and Auralin — a god-send to mine managers Blacksmith's Tuyere ironB made J. Josephson,. Watchmaker, Jeweller MEDALLIST, OP AWi KINDS OP Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., DIAMOND SETTEE & OPAL CTJTTEB. PEOPLE IN THE COTTNTB.Y can rely up receiving Prompt Attention FAIB A&D SQUARE VALUE. J JOSEPHSODT. Blayaey. Three REAS0N8 WHY YOU SHOULD JJBINK Ophir TEA 1— It is PURE :',. 2— It is WHOLESOME ?'' : ''-, 8— It is most ECONOMICAL A«k your Storekeeper for it .?;..' -. W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

Important to Parties Furnishing The Public aro daily becoming moro convinr-cd of the fact, to buy in the CHEAPEST MARKET you must go where tho credit or time-payment Bystom is not recognised, ? A. HALL AND COMPANY, THE CASH FURNISHERS, Offer GREATER INDUCEMENTS than any other House Furniiihora in Syd ney Every Article sold is Imported from our London Manufactory, or from our Sydney works. Every Article Sold is Guaranteed; best workmanship, and seasoned wood only used, FOR RELIABLE FURNITURE. CARPETS. &C HALL'S guarantee a saving of 25 per rent. HALL'S have the Largest Stock to seleot from. HALL'S store goods until required true. HALL'S pack and forward ««n.r, «de» to^ ^^ ^^ 9uidOi post free. HALL'S give value for value— 20s for the £. HALL'S Showrooms are or en to the Public to com pare prices and goods. HALL'S Tender Estimates, Designs, and Patterns Tree. .A._ yjlAJUZ* & Go, MANUFACTURERS & IMPORTERS, 561, 563, 565, 5G7 GEORGE-STREET, JCST BELOW LIVERPOOL'SI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

The Art of Letter Writing. The business man of to-day re cognises the valuo of this art, as it naturally enters largely into his daily life. The first essential is brevity ; the second, comprehensiveness ; the third absolute accuracy. Perhaps onr readers may bo interested in a sample letter (which we herewith attach)- from the ex Mayor of Brisbane, B. H. Bah bidge, Esq., which incorporates all the qualities necessary for guidance, and indicates clearly how much thought and fact can bo conveyed in a few words. '? I have been asked by some of my friends if I have ever taken Warner's Safe Cure ? I replied : ' I have, and have found it a most oxcellout medi cine for general di-bi'ity, and for ton ing up the constitution, and I have a ways recommeiiiVr! it for the same.' Tho ' Daily To'egraph ' is the chief press l-urracker fur Mr Lyno. The. ' D.T.' would embraco Pra.ction to poll-axo fedor'-.tion. The only imported Cigarettes for 4d per packet of 10. The3a are Wills celebrated Capstan C...

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